Beethoven. That is all.
Bach holds a special place in my heart. And this piece is just gorgeous. The music for this is one of the many found in the Concert Violin Solos the […]
When I first listened to this I thought “I could actually play this one.” After a little bit of research I now know why. It was the last chamber composition […]
In 1923 this Belgian born violinist, composer and conductor wrote 6 Sonata’s each dedicated to one of his contemporary violinists: Joseph Szigeti (No. 1) Jacques Thibaud (No. 2) George Enescu […]
It was on this day in 1863 that Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso made its world debut. The first performance was given by Spanish virtuoso Pablo de Sarasate.Saint-Saëns was a French-born […]
I have to admit, highlighting another Paganini piece is a lazy move on my part. But this collection of music is so vast that many times I don’t know where […]
I’ve been selecting random music from the collection and bringing them with me to my lessons. This week I brought this duet by Halvorsen. MK immediately lit up and recommended that I look […]