: hollander violin concerto
||Violin Concerto No.1
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- Allegro moderato (D minor)
- Lento (A minor)
- Allegro moderato (D minor) - Allegro non troppo
||Seinem Freunde Max Mossel zugeeignet.
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
||Solo Violin, 3 Flutes (+piccolo), 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets in B♭, 2 Bassoons, 4 Horns (2 in F/2 in D), 2 Trumpets in D, 3 Timpani, Strings
Haven't heard this concerto yet but from the score am impressed by it.
The NMI archive lists 3 violin concertos (no.3 incomplete?) (532/013-014a,b; also 532/053?) by Hollander- am guessing this is no.1, but just guessing (also, a cello concerto (1913) and a piano concerto and symphony in ms ("Roland", mentioned in Stokes' 1909 encyclopedia)...hrmm... :) ).
Op.15 was republished by Chester in 1922. See WorldCat.
There's also a suite Op.6, a ballade, a double concerto (violin, cello and orchestra) "Idyll" Op.18, a Fantaisie pastorale Op.26 (see WorldCat), etc. among violin and orchestra works. (And a fair number of chamber works etc., songs..., but those seemed most pertinent just here.) -- ES