Kreisler - Silciliana and Rigodone in Francker's style


Kreisler - Silciliana and Rigodone in Francker's style. You can download the PDF sheet music Kreisler - Silciliana and Rigodone in Francker's style on this page.  As well as composing cadenzas for the Beethoven and Brahms concertos, Kreisler wrote countless short pieces for violin and piano, attributing them to various 18th-century composers, such as François Francœur and Louis Couperin in the case of the Sicilienne et Rigaudon and La Précieuse heard here, and only later revealing the true identity of the composer.



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Instrument part: 3 pages. 219 K

 

Piano part: 5 pages. 342 K

 

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The Austrian-born Fritz Kreisler brings the violin virtuoso tradition into the twentieth century: he launched his international career on its brink, in 1899 in Berlin, at the relatively late age of twenty-four, having entered the Vienna Conservatory at seven and finished his formal training five years later in Paris. With his vibrato-full sound and seemingly effortless technical skill, he remained a byword for virtuosity until the end of his career in the late 1940s.

 

 
 
     
 
 
 
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