Violinist's Treasury (Various)

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Work Title Violinist's Treasury
Alternative Title An album of celebrated pieces for violin & piano
Composer Various
Movements/Sections 35 pieces in 3 volumes
  • Volume 1
  1. Minuet in G / Beethoven.
  2. Récit naif / W. Rébikoff.
  3. Andante cantabile (from op. 11) / P. Tschaikowsky.
  4. Moment musical / F. Schubert.
  5. Melody in F (op. 3 no 1) / A. Rubinstein.
  6. Berceuse (op. 20) / Cesar Cui.
  7. Largo célèbre / G.F. Handel.
  8. Sarabande and tambourine/ J.B. Leclair.
  9. Spring song / F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy.
  10. Nocturne (op. 9, no 2) / F. Chopin.
  11. Cavatina (op. 85, no 3) / J. Raff.
  12. Dreaming (op. 15, no 7) / R. Schumann
  • Volume 2
  1. Loure / J.S. Bach (Bourree from the 3rd Cello Suite)
  2. Minuet in D / Mozart
  3. Bohm: Slavonian dance Op.366, No.3 (original)
  4. Dvořák: Humoreske, Op.101 No.1
  5. To the rising sun : op. 4, no. 1 / Torjussen
  6. Brahms: Waltz in A (Op.39 No.15)
  7. The answer / Wolstenholme
  8. Crépuscule : op. 36, no. 2 / Friml
  9. Tchaikovsky: Chant sans paroles (Op.2 No.3)
  10. Dittersdorf: Andante cantabile
  11. Garden melody, from op. 85 / Schumann
  12. Solveig's song / Grieg.
  • Volume 3
1. Arioso / Bach
2. Indian canzonetta (from Sonatina, op. 100) / Dvořák
3. Anitra's dance / Grieg
4. Sonata in G minor / Purcell
5. Gavotte in G, op. 314, no. 3 / Bohm
6. Orange blossoms (op. 57, no. 3) / Friml
7. Slumber song / Hide
8. Entracte from Rosamunde / Schubert
9. Valse-miniature / Dunhill
10. The question / Wolstenholme
11. Cantabile / Gluck.
First Publication 1919-28
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation violin piano


Misc. Comments

Published London: A. Lengnick & Co., 1919, 1926, 1928
Consists of both previously issued arrangements and some original works Vol 2 plate 3001
Includes works by some non PD composers e.g. Torjussen (d1971) and Friml (d1972) and arrangers e.g. Cedric Sharpe (d 1978) so must be uploaded work by work. Arrangers Moffat (d1950) and Carse (d1958) are non PD-EU.

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