Ferdinand Kuchler: Concertino In D Op.15 (Violin/Piano)

Books | Violin, Piano

Publisher: Bosworth
Composer: Ferdinand Küchler
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Ferdinand Kuchler's Concertino In D Op.15, is a short but wonderful Concertino, composed in the style of Antonio Vivaldi and therefore follows the tradition of an Italian Concerto. This version is for Violin and Piano accompaniment, set by the composer. It covers 1st and 3rd positions only.

ISBN: 9781846099205
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 05 March 1998
No of pages: 12
Language: English, French, German
Catalogue No: BOE003502
 
     
       
         

          Ferdinand Kuchler: Concertino In D Op.15 (Violin/Piano) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

          Quality of content
          9.0
          Value for money
          9.0
          Overall rating
          9.0
          Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
          10 out of 10

          Eileen

          Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire GB
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          Great to play a 'proper' piece of music & a great piece, too. Improves confidence & is something to really get one's teeth into, so to speak.
          Reviewer left no comment
          Confirmed purchase: 25 January 2016
          Published on: 09 February 2016
          8 out of 10

          Lucy

          Chesterfield GB Instrumental teacher
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          A good piece for students around grade 3 level. The 3 movements offer a variety of techniques and it's nice for pupils to be able to play a complete work rather than just short pieces from tutor/exam books.
          Reviewer left no comment
          Confirmed purchase: 14 July 2015
          Published on: 01 August 2015

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          5
          This is a really great piece!!
          Anonymous - ()
          5
          This is a little gem - very tuneful, quite beautiful in places. It's written in 1st & 3rd position, and I'd estimate it at about Grade 5. Highly recommended!
          Anonymous - ()
          5
          This is a great solo/concert piece for a grade 3/4 player. It has some challenging sections and some shifting along with a bouncy tune which is fun to play. Always a hit with my pupils.
          Anonymous - (Oakham, United Kingdom)
          4
          I remember this piece from my youth, and still find it charming. A good piece for beginners, sounds impressive compared to the level of difficulty. Slightly clunky piano arrangement, but fine for the purpose.
          Anonymous - (London, United Kingdom)

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