Violin

The violin is the smallest member of the violin family of string instruments. It uses four strings tuned in perfect fifths (G, D, A, and E), which are attacked either by a bow or plucked with the left and right hands. The violin, together with the piano, is considered an iconic instrument of the Western 'classical' music tradition. As such, it enjoys an immense popularity, and it has been adopted for genres outside academic music, such as blues, country, jazz, rock and roll, heavy metal, and different folkloric musical expressions all over the world.

Title Composer Form Period Ratings
24 Caprices for Solo Violin, Op. 1 Niccolò Paganini Caprice Romantic
Concerto for 2 Violins in D minor, BWV 1043 Johann Sebastian Bach Concerto Baroque
Violin Concerto in C major Johann Ernst Prinz von Sachsen-Weimar Concerto Baroque
Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61 Ludwig van Beethoven Concerto Romantic
Violin Concerto, WoO 15 Felix Draeseke Concerto Romantic
Hungarian Dance no. 1 in G minor, WoO. 1 (violin and piano arr.) Johannes Brahms Dance Romantic
Grand duo concertant sur le 'Le marin', S.128 Franz Liszt Duet Romantic
Fantasie in C major, D. 934 Franz Schubert Fantasy Romantic
Berceuse, Op.16 Gabriel Fauré Lullaby/Berceuse Romantic
Sarabande from Violin Partita no. 2, BWV 1004 Johann Sebastian Bach Partita Baroque
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002 Johann Sebastian Bach Partita Baroque
Violin Partita no. 2, BWV 1004 Johann Sebastian Bach Partita Baroque
Violin Partita no. 3, BWV 1006 Johann Sebastian Bach Partita Baroque
4 Aqvareller Tor Aulin Piece Late 19th century
4 Romantic Pieces, Op. 75 Antonín Dvořák Piece Romantic
Ivresse, Op.32 František Alois Drdla Piece Romantic
Kaleidoscope, Op. 50 César Cui Piece Romantic
Navarra, Op. 33 Pablo de Sarasate Piece Late 19th century
Aus der Ungarischen Krönungsmesse, S.381 Franz Liszt Sacred Mass Romantic
12 Violin Sonatas, Op.2 Jean-Marie Leclair Sonata Baroque

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