These two lovely Romances for violin and orchestra are not as often performed as his famous violin concerto, but are beloved in their own right. Ideal transitional pieces for advancing players not quite ready for the demands of the concerto, they also make beautiful additions to a professional's concert repertoire.
In this version from the Classical Play-Along series, there is no piano reduction included. However, it does contain the violin part and a CD to be used for both listening and play-along. The CD has tempo adjustment capabilities, useful in practicing. Students can slow down or speed up the tracks as necessary, and they also get a chance to play along with an orchestra!
Published by Hal Leonard.
Difficulty: ASTA grade 4
NOTE: This item does NOT include a piano part.
Title: Two Romances for Violin, Op 40 and 50 Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven Arranger: Editor: Publisher: Hal Leonard Instrumentation: Violin Parts Included: Violin (no piano accompaniment) Additional Information: CD included Features a full performance by Alexey Bruni, and orchestral accompaniment Tempos can be changed on PC or Mac without changing pitch
Romance in G Major, Op. 40 Romance in F Major, Op. 50
This item contains a CD with listening and play-along tracks. The tempo of the play-along tracks may be adjusted without changing the pitch, for use in practice.
Performers on the CD
Russian Philharmonic Orchestra Moscow Boris Perrenoud, conductor Alexey Bruni, violin
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