Paganini: 24 Caprices, Op.1 – Viola [Paganini] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Composer: Niccolo Paganini. Edited by: Roger Raby. NOTE: This item is for VIOLA. Originally composed for violin, Paganini’s 24 Caprices have been transcribed for viola in this edition, giving violists a chance to . By Niccolò Paganini; Transcribed by L. Raby. Viola Solo Book. (Transcribed for Viola Solo).
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Carl Fischer Louis Spohr ; PDF scanned by Unknown J. Posato Caprice in G minor: Archived from the original on This page was last edited on 14 Decemberat Sostenuto — Presto — Sostenuto Caprice in C minor: Problems playing this file?
24 Caprices, Opus 1: Viola Solo Book: Niccol Paganini
Retrieved from ” http: Franz Liszt ; 8: Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst ; 6: Arranged for alto saxophone Caprice No. Allegro Caprice in E-flat major: Unlike many earlier and later sets of 24 pieces, there was no intention to write these caprices in 24 different keys.
Arranger Luigi Silva Allegretto Caprice in G minor: Moderato Caprice in E minor: Andante — Presto — Andante Caprice in A-flat major: The 14th caprice displays the violin’s ability to voice chords.
Arranger Albert Spalding Vivace Caprice in C major: Here are many octaves at the beginning; then there are string crossings between G and A strings; this is followed by quick changes of position on the G string.
Presto Caprice in E-flat major: Nicknamed “The Trill”, the sixth caprice exploits the use of left-hand tremolo on the violin by quickly alternating between different notes in the chord in one of the voices. Tema con Variazioni Quasi Presto.
Andreas Jakob Romberg ; It begins and ends with a section of ascending arpeggios followed by descending scales. Amoroso — Presto Caprice in F major: The middle section pagnaini famous for the incredibly difficult octave passage. Caprice 15 starts with a short passage of high parallel octaves, continuing on to ascending arpeggios, descending scales, and broken thirds.
The introduction to caprice 18 demonstrates playing on the G string in very high positions. Antonio Bazzini ; Nicknamed “The Arpeggio”, this composition matches chordal playing with ricochet across all 4 strings. Sostenuto — Andante Caprice in C major: The piece then repeats back to the beginning and ends right before reaching the second part for the second time.
Caprice 20 is famous for the use of the D string as a drone, backdropping a lyrical melody on the A and E strings, imitating a bagpipe. The second part consists of high speed runs that exercise left hand flexibility and position 42, and right hand high speed string changing and detache bowing.