Concerto in D Maj, Op. 36 – Rieding

A concerto which remains entirely in first position, this concerto contains catchy melodies yet still provides some technical challenges to stretch the player. First published in 1911, some 7 years before the composer’s death (1840-1911)

Piece Details

Graded repertoire

ABRSMTrinityAMEBSassmanshaus (ViolinMasterClass.com)SuzukiRCMLCM
Level 2

Technical requirements

Keys: D major, A Major,

Time Signatures: C, 3/4, 6/8

Notes used: A A#/Bb B C C#/Db D D#/Eb E E#/F F#/Gb G G#/Ab
Range: G3-B5
Standard open strings are G3, D4, A4, E5.

Double stops: Simple (use at least one open string) – Duple (no open strings)

Rhythmic range: Semiquavers to Dotted Minums, including triplet quavers.

Key strokes

DetacheMarteleStaccatoLegatoSpiccato
SautilleRicochetString CrossingArtificial HarmonicsChords

Positions

FirstSecondThirdFourth
FifthSixthSeventhEighth
NinethTenthEleventhTwelth and above

Sheet Music

Link to IMSLP – Link to edited copy (Coming soon!).

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