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Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

Product Number: 8305*

Composer: Mollicone, Henry

Sku Product Name Price Qty
8305 Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (Piano/Violin Rehearsal Score & Part)
8303 Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (Additional Orchestra Score)


When asked to compose this work, I asked myself what the meaning of “concerto” is in the 21st century.
The modern concerto had its roots in the Baroque period, and further developed in form in the Classical period, with the development of sonata form. Further expansion of the form developed in the Romantic period, leaving us in the 20th century with more freedom. So for me, a concerto simply means a work for solo instrument (or instruments) with accompaniment of orchestra or band.
With this in mind, I felt free to follow my muse in writing a four movement work (most concertos are in three movements). Although the solo violin is spotlighted, there is a good deal of give and take between the violin and the orchestra. -Henry Mollicone, October, 2014
Duration: 16:10

Additional Information

SKU (Product number) 8305*
Available Editions Orchestra score and parts available for rental.
Composer/Arranger Mollicone, Henry
Voicing & Instruments Violin Solo and Orchestra
Difficulty Moderately Difficult
Historical Period 21st Century
Series Concerto
Popular Searches Concerto/Feature
Recording Credits Recorded by The Mission Chamber Orchestra, Pip Clarke, Violin, Emily Ray, Conductor.
Publisher E. C. Schirmer Music Company

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