From the Publisher
Oskar Rieding (1840–1918) is known to all young violinists for his easy-to-play concertos for violin and piano, of which Opp.34 to 36 remain entirely in first position. In Op.36 catchy melodies are coupled with first technical difficulties such as eighth-note arpeggios, 16th-note runs and chromaticism. These appear in small measures throughout the entire work. The Concerto in D major is well-suited for younger student recitals.
- Concert piece entirely in first position
- Ideal for students wishing to perform their first recital
- Duration: approx. 10 minutes
- Bärenreiter's Concert Pieces