Max Bruch: First Violin Concerto And Scottish Fantasy In Full Score
Two of Bruch's most enduring compositions, revealing the German composer's romanticism, fluent scoring, colourful orchestrations, and exuberant melody. The First Violin Concerto in G Minor stands as one of the most performed and recorded concertos in the violin repertoire while Scottish Fantasy reflects his lifelong interest in folk music. Reprint of Concert, Op.26, C. F. W. Siegel's Musikalienhandlung, Leipzig, n.d., and Fantasie, Op.46, N. Simrock, Berlin, 1880.
|Contributors||Bruch, Max (Composer)|
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