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Tchaikovsky - Tchaikovsky: Album of Pieces for Violin and Piano - Violin and Piano - Muzyka Moscow

Item# 1900 106

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky
  • Publisher: Muzyka Moscow
Comprised of pieces from Tchaikovsky's Children's Album, The Seasons, and other works, this Album of Pieces is a great introduction to the music of this master.  Arranged for violin and piano, the pieces in this collection are accessible to intermediate players.

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich - Andante Cantabile and Sentimental Waltz - for Violin and Piano - arranged by F. Laub - Edition Jurgenson

Item# 1100 106

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky
  • Publisher: P. Jurgenson
These two recital pieces for violin and piano were originally written for other instruments.  The Andante Cantabile comes from Tchaikovsky's String Quartet No.1 in in D Major, while the Sentimental Waltz was originally composed for solo piano.  Falling at the advanced intermediate difficulty level, these arrangements make pleasant additions to a recital program.

Arranged for violin and piano by F. Laub.  Published by Edition Jurgenson, Tchaikovsky's primary publisher during his lifetime.

Difficulty: A4/A5

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich - Three Pieces, Op. 42-No. 3, Melodie. For Violin and Piano.Published by Editions Henry Lemoine.

Item# 1503 017

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky

Tchaikovsky, Piotr Ilyich Humoresque for Violin and Piano, Op. 10, No. 2 edited by Ivan Shishov and N. Shemanin, revised by Clark McAlister Masters Music

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky
  • Publisher: Masters Music
Originally composed for piano, the Humoresque, Op. 10, No. 2, was arranged for violin and piano by Tchaikovsky himself.  This edition, based on a 1946 engraving of Tchaikovsky's complete works edited by Ivan Shishov and N. Shemanin, has been revised and annotated by Clark McAlister.  Mr. McAlister has taken care to incorporate footnotes from the consulted edition into the music itself.  The Humoresque is, appropriately, a light, almost frivolous piece calling for agility of finger and jocundity of character. 

Difficulty: A5

Published by Masters Music Publications.

Tchaikovsky, P.I. - Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35 - Violin and Piano - edited by Guntner - Henle

Item# 1452 114

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky
  • Publisher: G. Henle Verlag
Though today it is considered one of the most beloved violin concertos of all time, the Concerto in D major, Op. 35, was not as initially successful as Tchaikovsky had hoped.  Its premiere in by Adolph Brodsky in 1881 was blasted by music critic Eduard Hanslick, who called the concerto long and pretentious” and said, of the virtuosic technique required for its performance, that the violin was not played but beaten black and blue.”  Fortunately for us, many others, including countless violinists over the past century, have deemed the concerto more than worthy!  It is full of spirit and energy, and includes one of the loveliest, most haunting slow movements in the violin literature.

Tchaikovsky, P.I. - Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35 - Violin and Piano - edited by David Oistrakh - International Music Company

Item# 1452 111

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky
  • Publisher: International
Though today it is considered one of the most beloved violin concertos of all time, the Concerto in D major, Op. 35, was not as initially successful as Tchaikovsky had hoped.  Its premiere in by Adolph Brodsky in 1881 was blasted by music critic Eduard Hanslick, who called the concerto long and pretentious” and said, of the virtuosic technique required for its performance, that the violin was not played but beaten black and blue.”  Fortunately for us, many others, including countless violinists over the past century, have deemed the concerto more than worthy!  It is full of spirit and energy, and includes one of the loveliest, most haunting slow movements in the violin literature.

Tchaikovsky, P.I. - Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35 - Violin and Piano - edited by Flesch - Peters

Item# 1452 106

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky
  • Publisher: Edition Peters
Though today it is considered one of the most beloved violin concertos of all time, the Concerto in D major, Op. 35, was not as initially successful as Tchaikovsky had hoped.  Its premiere in by Adolph Brodsky in 1881 was blasted by music critic Eduard Hanslick, who called the concerto long and pretentious” and said, of the virtuosic technique required for its performance, that the violin was not played but beaten black and blue.”  Fortunately for us, many others, including countless violinists over the past century, have deemed the concerto more than worthy!  It is full of spirit and energy, and includes one of the loveliest, most haunting slow movements in the violin literature.

Tchaikovsky, P.I. - Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35 - Violin and Piano - edited by Rostal - Schott

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky
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Though today it is considered one of the most beloved violin concertos of all time, the Concerto in D major, Op. 35, was not as initially successful as Tchaikovsky had hoped.  Its premiere in by Adolph Brodsky in 1881 was blasted by music critic Eduard Hanslick, who called the concerto long and pretentious” and said, of the virtuosic technique required for its performance, that the violin was not played but beaten black and blue.”  Fortunately for us, many others, including countless violinists over the past century, have deemed the concerto more than worthy!  It is full of spirit and energy, and includes one of the loveliest, most haunting slow movements in the violin literature.

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich - Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35 - PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT ONLY - arranged by Carol Leybourn - Frustrated Accompanist Edition

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich - Sérénade Mélancolique, Op. 26 - Violin and Piano - edited by Jean Francois Gonzales - Editions Henry Lemoine

Item# 1453 117

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky
Sad, dark, and reflective, this Serenade Melancolique, Op. 26, is worthy of the name.  Tchaikovsky initially dedicated the work to Leopold Auer, but was so miffed when Auer refused to play his violin concerto that he retracted the dedication.  Unfortunately for Tchaikovsky's hurt feelings, this change never occurred in the printed edition; it still remains dedicated "À Monsieur L. Auer."

This edition has been revised and edited by J.F. Gonzales.  Published by Editions Henry Lemoine.

Difficulty: A5

Tchaikovksy, P.I. - Serenade Melancolique, Op. 26 - Violin and Piano - edited by Glenn Dicterow - International Music Company

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky
  • Publisher: International
Sad, dark, and reflective, this Serenade Melancolique, Op. 26, is worthy of the name.  Tchaikovsky initially dedicated the work to Leopold Auer, but was so miffed when Auer refused to play his violin concerto that he retracted the dedication.  Unfortunately for Tchaikovsky's hurt feelings, this change never occurred in the printed edition; it still remains dedicated "À Monsieur L. Auer."

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich - Serenade Melancolique, Op. 26 - Violin and Piano - edited by Shishov and Shemanin - Masters Music

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Tchaikovsky
  • Publisher: Masters Music
Sad, dark, and reflective, this Serenade Melancolique, Op. 26, is worthy of the name.  Tchaikovsky initially dedicated the work to Leopold Auer, but was so miffed when Auer refused to play his violin concerto that he retracted the dedication.  Unfortunately for Tchaikovsky's hurt feelings, this change never occurred in the printed edition; it still remains dedicated "À Monsieur L. Auer."

Though it does exist for violin and orchestra, it was reduced for violin and piano by Tchaikovsky himself in 1876.

This edition is based on the Complete Works of Tchaikovsky, Volume 55A, published in 1946, which was edited by Ivan Shishov and N. Shemanin.

The present publication has been revised and annotated by Clark McAlister.  Published by Masters Music.

Difficulty: A5

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