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All Time Favorite Violin Solos

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Voicing/Format Violin
Composer J S Bach
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Series String Solo
Catalog # 50500510

Price: $14.99

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All Time Favorite Violin Solos Composed by J S Bach. For Violin. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 50500510, UPC: 073999104905)

Contents: Air on the G String (Bach) · Aurore (Fauré) · Barcarolle · Beau Soir (Debussy) · Canzonetta (Tchaikovsky) · Hejre Kati (Hubay) · Kol Nidrei (Bruch) · L'abeille (Schubert) · Largo (Handel) · Menuet (Boccherini) · Obertass (Wieniawski) · Reverie · Romance (Wieniawski) · Serenade (Schubert) · Serenade (Haydn) · Serenata (Moszkowski) · Wiegenlied (Brahms) · The Swan (Saint-Saëns) · Träume (Wagner · Walther's Prize Song (Wagner).

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AIR ON THE G STRING BACH,J.S.  
AURORE (AURORA) FAURE  
BARCAROLLE  
BEAU SOIR (BEAUTIFUL EVENING) DEBUSSY,C.  
CANZONETTA (VIOLIN CONCERTO) TCHAIKOVSKY  
HEJRE KATI (HUBAY)  
KOL NIDREI (BRUCH)  
L'ABEILLE(THE BEE) SCHUBERT  
LARGO  
MENUET (BOCCHERINI)  
OBERTASS(MAZURKA) WIENIAWSKI  
REVERIE  
ROMANCE (FROM 2ND CON)WIENIAWSKI  
SERENADE  
SERENADE (STRING QUARTET OP3 NO5) HAYDN,F.J.  
SERENATA (MOSZKOWSKI)  
SWAN (LE CYGNE),THE SAINT-SAENS,C  
TRAUME(DREAMS) WAGNER  
WALTHER'S PRIZE SONG  
WIEGENLIED (SLEEP GENTLY SLEEP) BRAHMS,J.  
WIEGENLIED (SLEEP,GENTLY SLEEP)  

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