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Seitz, Fritz (Friedrich) - Concert Pieces: Student Concerto in D Major, Op 22 - for Viola and Piano - edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus - Bärenreiter

Seitz, Fritz (Friedrich) - Concert Pieces: Student Concerto in D Major, Op 22 - for Viola and Piano - edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus - Bärenreiter | 2860 162
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Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces” now includes the three-movement Student Concerto op. 22 by Friedrich Seitz for viola and cello.

The concertos have been transposed, making them ideal for beginners and young pupils. Brief forewords by the well-known string pedagogues Christoph and Kurt Sassmannshaus introduce the work note the relevant playing techniques required.

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Title: Concert Pieces: Student Concerto in D Major, Op 22
Composer: Friedrich Seitz
Arranger: 
Editor: Kurt Sassmannshaus
Publisher: Bärenreiter
Instrumentation: Viola and piano
Parts Included: Viola part and piano score
Additional Information: Transposed to G major 

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  • JEREMY WATERMAN
  • PORTLAND, OR

Asked On: 06/27/2020

Would you confirm this has the 2nd and 3rd movements as well?

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Hi Jeremy, thanks for your question. Yes, this includes the 2nd and 3rd movements. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

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