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Description

Partita for Solo Violin was written for the young Russian violinist Alina Ibragimova, who is a BBC New Generation Artist. An attractive and expressive concert work.

Contents

I Maestoso
II Lento ma non troppo
III Lento
IV Comodo
V Allegro molto

More Information

Title:
Partita
for solo violin
Level of difficulty:
virtuoso
Brand:
Schott Music
Year of composition:
2006
Playing time:
N ′
Premiere:
November 4, 2006 · London (UK)
Wigmore Hall
Alina Ibragimova, violin

Commissioned work :
Commissioned by the BBC with generous support from the Royal Philharmonic Society as part of the New Generation Artists Scheme
Series:
Title:
Partita
for solo violin
Level of difficulty:
virtuoso
Brand:
Schott Music
Year of composition:
2006
Playing time:
N ′
Premiere:
November 4, 2006 · London (UK)
Wigmore Hall
Alina Ibragimova, violin

Commissioned work :
Commissioned by the BBC with generous support from the Royal Philharmonic Society as part of the New Generation Artists Scheme
Series:
Title:
Partita
for solo violin
Level of difficulty:
virtuoso
Brand:
Schott Music
Year of composition:
2006
Playing time:
N ′
Premiere:
November 4, 2006 · London (UK)
Wigmore Hall
Alina Ibragimova, violin

Commissioned work :
Commissioned by the BBC with generous support from the Royal Philharmonic Society as part of the New Generation Artists Scheme
Series:

Technical Details

Product number:
ED 12973
ISMN13:
979-0-2201-2549-2
Product number:
ED 12973
ISMN13:
979-0-2201-2549-2
Weight:
0,07 kg
Pages:
16
Format:
23.1cm x 30.3cm
Binding:
Saddle-wire stitching
Product number:
ED 12973 Q6450
ISMN13:
979-0-2201-2549-2
Pages:
16
File format:
(PDF / 322.58 KB)

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Watkins · Three Auden Songs (V Allegro Molto) · Hörbeispiel

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