Instead you have a laundry list: keep one basic pulse through the eighths, triplets, sixteenths, quintuplets and sextuplets; keep decent sound quality throughout; keep your dignity! But I hope it comes back into your favor someday. Commentary: If Mozart 3 is the first “grown-up” concerto you learn, Tchaikovsky is likely (in the words of my teacher Dan Mason) “your first R-rated concerto”!

startxref 10. 0000040859 00000 n Good one! I'm always looking for new things to try to play while at home and although I'm fairly beginner, I do enjoy trying my hand at pieces a bit beyond my level (only a bit though, if it's too advanced than it's no fun). Surely Mozart 5 is a beast! There’s no room for anything less than your best-quality sound. The purity of both tone and tuning required for the first notes, the fact that you are completely unsuported as you start in complete silence, the bow control in Adagio, these are enough reasons to scare anyone. And by “interpretation” I mean “whether or not you’re playing it on the G string”. Nicely done, Wolfgang. It doesn’t matter, because he said it.

Ernst was an obsessive devotee of Paganini, the original violin rockstar, and he loved to include stupidly complex pizzicato in his music.

Commentary: Brahms ranks extremely high on the overall difficulty scale and the opening difficulty scale. With this in mind, Brahms took an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink approach to this concerto: featuring breakneck cadenzas (with one written by Joachim himself) that require mind-blowing dexterity. Then I stopped for many years and now during covid two months ago I picked it up again and have been mostly relearning and learning things on my own (with help from the internet and my old childhood teacher who I email on occasion).

Your email address will not be published. Some let you dig in right away and work your nerves out.

Yet in the right violinists’ hands, dusky lyricism prevails over technical fireworks in one of the greatest violin concertos.

A hotchpotch of effects and textures, his concerto for violin and orchestra is packed with harmonics and moments of microtonality. The following violin repertoire lists have been compiled over many years of teaching and experience by Mimi Zweig and Dorothy Delay. Looking for some pieces of violin music that will make your fingers look like THIS? They form an octave plus a fourth. What fun. mikealdren wrote:Well, in their time, the Brahms and Tchiakovsky were considered hard but I suspect that some of the concertos written by violinists are tougher. Most of the present list I love and brings me intense pleasure. For me it would not get too high a score, perhaps something close to Glazunov. Next time add Grumiaux in something why dontcha?

Paganini Concerto No. Download 'Concierto de Aranjuez (2)' on iTunes, 2 August 2019, 13:09 | Updated: 2 August 2019, 13:11. What are some of your favorite Concertos (or any other pieces) to play and what would you rank the difficulty of these pieces? With plenty of video examples. Commentary: Dvořák’s music is so much fun to listen to, and eventually it’s equally fun to play. The third movement was deemed problematic, either “not musically satisfying” according to one party, or “too difficult to learn in time” according to another. The “Morning Aubade” movement that’s sometimes part of Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet is pretty unforgiving.

Pro: you’re in D Major. I played it for the first time with an orchestra when I was in 10th grade. Would name Korngold. Hi to the family. Arpeggios. And how about vibrato, expert? Think of all the scores you could settle with violinists everywhere. So, you've posted about wanting some validation for your level of playing 3 times in the last couple weeks, and your fall back is always "but I sound better than other beginners".


The soloist’s part is written to impress, to explore the bounds of technical ability, and often includes spectacular cadenzas and a cornucopia of extended techniques. Pretty much agree with most listed here and the ranking, but I would say the Wieniawski f sharp opening is harder than the Paganini (think of the tenths played in ff) . Learn how your comment data is processed. You get all the fun of a minor tenth (hello, Wienawski No. Berg’s masterful fusion of traditional and innovation makes his stunning concerto eligible for our list. We ran through all the major violin concerto openings, figuring out where they would rank on the scale from “cruise control” to “Mayday!” I think we burned through the rest of that afternoon, in fact. 61 Romance for Violin and Orchestra No. Fair or not, I would likely give less familiar concertos a lower score in general because of lower or nonexistent audience expectations.

As far as splitting the bows for the staccato, it’s usually a matter of running out of bow! So like because I never really had formal music schooling and because of the huge gap in my playing, my skill level is a bit all over the place.

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