Music for Violin & Piano

Small instrumental groups with or without piano
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by FW190 » Thu Nov 08, 2018 12:50 pm

Johannes Palaschko (1877-1932)
Spanischer Tanz and Andante cantabile (from Eight Miniatures, op.28)
Arrangements for Violine and Piano by Arthur Seybold (1868-1948)
Published by Anton Benjamin, Leipzig, 1929.
Palaschko,J.-.op.028-2.-.Miniatures-No.2-Spanischer-Tanz-for-Vln+Pno-(score+part-Seybold-Benjamin-Edition-1929).pdf
Palaschko,J.-.op.028-3.-.Miniatures-No.3-Andante-cantabile-for-Vln+Pno-(score+part-Seybold-Benjamin-Edition-1929).pdf
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by FW190 » Mon Nov 12, 2018 1:04 pm

Nikolai Sokolovsky (1865-1921)
Ungarischer Tanz (No.3 from opus 9)
Arrangement for Violine and Piano by Arthur Seybold (1868-1948)
Published by Anton Benjamin, Leipzig, 1929.
Sokolovsky,N.-.op.03-9.-.Ungarischer-Tanz-for-Vln+Pno-(score+part-Seybold-Benjamin-Edition-1929).pdf
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by FW190 » Mon Nov 19, 2018 10:56 am

Ernesto Centola (1862-1934)
Barcarolle (op.33 No.1) and Mein Kind tanzt (op.35 No.4)
Arrangement for Violine and Piano by Arthur Seybold (1868-1948)
Published by Anton Benjamin, Leipzig, 1929.
Centola,E.-.op.33-1.-.Barcarolle-for-Vln+Pno-(score+part-Seybold-Benjamin-Edition-1929).pdf
Centola,E.-.op.35-4.-.Mein-Kind-tanzt-for-Vln+Pno-(score+part-Seybold-Benjamin-Edition-1929).pdf
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