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Vitali, Tomas - Chaconne in G Minor - Violin and Piano - edited by Auer - Carl Fischer

Item# 1480 105

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Vitali
  • Publisher: Carl Fischer
There is much debate over the exact origins of Tomaso Vitali's Chaconne (sometimes spelled as "Ciaccona"). Some sources claim that an 18th century manuscript exists, but that the piece we know today is much different, as the result of much editing and addition. Others believe that the work is a musical hoax, much like those of Fritz Kreisler, and that the whole piece was actually composed by the 19th century violinist Ferdinand David. In any case, it is a beautiful and moving example of the chaconne form - a set of variations over a repeating chord progression. It is also a virtuosic showpiece for the violinist, with many performers since the dawn of recording technology adding or subtracting variations at will. Jascha Heifetz adopted the piece in the early part of the 20th century, reopening it to a new generation of violinists.

Vitali - Chaconne in g. For Violin & Piano. Published by International Music Company.

Item# 1480 111

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Vitali
  • Publisher: International
There is much debate over the exact origins of Tomaso Vitali's Chaconne (sometimes spelled as "Ciaccona"). Some sources claim that an 18th century manuscript exists, but that the piece we know today is much different, as the result of much editing and addition. Others believe that the work is a musical hoax, much like those of Fritz Kreisler, and that the whole piece was actually composed by the 19th century violinist Ferdinand David. In any case, it is a beautiful and moving example of the chaconne form - a set of variations over a repeating chord progression. It is also a virtuosic showpiece for the violinist, with many performers since the dawn of recording technology adding or subtracting variations at will. Jascha Heifetz adopted the piece in the early part of the 20th century, reopening it to a new generation of violinists.

This edition for violin and piano is the Leopold Charlier arrangement, edited by Zino Francescatti. Published by the International Music Company.

Difficulty: ASTA grade 5


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Vitali, Tomaso - Chaconne in G Minor - Violin and Piano - arranged by David/Charlier - Kalmus

Item# 1480 012

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Vitali
  • Publisher: Kalmus
There is much debate over the exact origins of Tomaso Vitali's Chaconne (sometimes spelled as "Ciaccona"). Some sources claim that an 18th century manuscript exists, but that the piece we know today is much different, as the result of much editing and addition. Others believe that the work is a musical hoax, much like those of Fritz Kreisler, and that the whole piece was actually composed by the 19th century violinist Ferdinand David. In any case, it is a beautiful and moving example of the chaconne form - a set of variations over a repeating chord progression. It is also a virtuosic showpiece for the violinist, with many performers since the dawn of recording technology adding or subtracting variations at will. Jascha Heifetz adopted the piece in the early part of the 20th century, reopening it to a new generation of violinists.

Vitali, Tomaso - Chaconne in G Minor - Violin and Piano - edited by Maxim Jacobsen - Peters

Item# 1480 106

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Vitali
  • Publisher: Edition Peters
There is much debate over the exact origins of Tomaso Vitali's Chaconne (sometimes spelled as "Ciaccona"). Some sources claim that an 18th century manuscript exists, but that the piece we know today is much different, as the result of much editing and addition. Others believe that the work is a musical hoax, much like those of Fritz Kreisler, and that the whole piece was actually composed by the 19th century violinist Ferdinand David. In any case, it is a beautiful and moving example of the chaconne form - a set of variations over a repeating chord progression. It is also a virtuosic showpiece for the violinist, with many performers since the dawn of recording technology adding or subtracting variations at will. Jascha Heifetz adopted the piece in the early part of the 20th century, reopening it to a new generation of violinists.

Vitali, Tomaso - Chaconne in G Minor - Violin and Piano - arranged by Ferdinand David - Schirmer

Item# 1480 110

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Vitali
  • Publisher: G. Schirmer
There is much debate over the exact origins of Tomaso Vitali's Chaconne (sometimes spelled as "Ciaccona"). Some sources claim that an 18th century manuscript exists, but that the piece we know today is much different, as the result of much editing and addition. Others believe that the work is a musical hoax, much like those of Fritz Kreisler, and that the whole piece was actually composed by the 19th century violinist Ferdinand David. In any case, it is a beautiful and moving example of the chaconne form - a set of variations over a repeating chord progression. It is also a virtuosic showpiece for the violinist, with many performers since the dawn of recording technology adding or subtracting variations at will. Jascha Heifetz adopted the piece in the early part of the 20th century, reopening it to a new generation of violinists.

Vitali - Chaconne in g. For Viola & Piano. Published by International Music Company.

Item# 2808 111

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  • Instrumentation: Viola & Piano
  • Composer: Vitali
  • Publisher: International
There is much debate over the exact origins of Tomaso Vitali's Chaconne (sometimes spelled as "Ciaccona"). Some sources claim that an 18th century manuscript exists, but that the piece we know today is much different, as the result of much editing and addition. Others believe that the work is a musical hoax, much like those of Fritz Kreisler, and that the whole piece was actually composed by the 19th century violinist Ferdinand David. In any case, it is a beautiful and moving example of the chaconne form - a set of variations over a repeating chord progression. It is also a virtuosic showpiece for the violinist, with many performers since the dawn of recording technology adding or subtracting variations at will. Jascha Heifetz adopted the piece in the early part of the 20th century, reopening it to a new generation of violinists.

This edition is transcribed for viola and piano, and is edited by L. Davis, after the Charlier version for violin. Published by the International Music Company.

Difficulty: ASTA grade 5


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Vitali - Chaconne in g. For Viola & Piano. Published by Viola World.

Item# 2803 030

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  • Instrumentation: Viola & Piano
  • Composer: Vitali
  • Publisher: Viola World
There is much debate over the exact origins of Tomaso Vitali's Chaconne (sometimes spelled as "Ciaccona"). Some sources claim that an 18th century manuscript exists, but that the piece we know today is much different, as the result of much editing and addition. Others believe that the work is a musical hoax, much like those of Fritz Kreisler, and that the whole piece was actually composed by the 19th century violinist Ferdinand David. In any case, it is a beautiful and moving example of the chaconne form - a set of variations over a repeating chord progression. It is also a virtuosic showpiece for the violinist, with many performers since the dawn of recording technology adding or subtracting variations at will. Jascha Heifetz adopted the piece in the early part of the 20th century, reopening it to a new generation of violinists.

This edition is transcribed for viola and piano into c minor (from the original key of g minor) by Alan Arnold. Published by Viola World Publishing.

Difficulty: ASTA grade 5


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