"The Brahms Violin Concerto Op. 77 was written in 1878 and premiered by Joseph Joachim on January 1, 1879. Critical reaction to the work was mixed, however Brahms had higher goals for this concerto than just showing off the soloists virtuosity: the entire concerto challenges the performer and the orchestra musically. From the stern Allegro opening to the joyous Vivace third movement, the concerto comes alive with energy and emotion, full of rich harmonies and musical ideas."- Sarah Cranor, Violin, 2007 Shar Apprentice
This edition contains the solo violin part, edited by Zino Francescatti (with cadenzas by Joseph Joachim and Leopold Auer), and a piano reduction of the orchestral score. Published by the International Music Company.
Difficulty: ASTA grade 6
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