Haydn’s ViolinConcerto No. 2 in G major (Hob VIIa:4) is a great example of Classicalperiod style. Full of simple yet lovelymelodies, the piece requires brilliant intonation and lightness of sound at thesame time. Perfect for advancing playerswho are comfortable with shifting, some double-stops, and the occasionalfour-note chord.
This Henle Urtextedtion is edited by Günter Thomas and Heinz Lohmann, with fingerings by KurtGuntner, piano reduction by Stefan Zorzor, and cadenzas by Franz Beyer.
Difficulty:ASTA grade 4