12 Popular Pieces (Moffat, Alfred)

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Sheet Music


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Arranger Alfred Moffat (1866–1950)
Publisher. Info. Cole's Commonwealth Music Books. No.42
Melbourne: E. W. Cole, n.d.
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General Information

Work Title Popular Pieces for Violin and Piano
Alternative. Title
Composer Moffat, Alfred
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 12 pieces:
  1. Mazurka from Delibes' Coppélia
  2. Prelude in C minor by H. Pachulski
  3. The Toreador's Song from Carmen by Georges Bizet
  4. Rigaudon from a Sonata for Violin with figured bass by George Phillip Telemann
  5. Le murmur du ruisseau. Old French Air.
  6. Deux Gavottes by J. H. Fiocco
  7. Air in B minor by Bach
  8. Valse by J N Hummel
  9. Berceuse (No.7) from Noure et Anitra, Op.13, by Aleksandr Ilyinsky
  10. Albumblatt by Richard Wagner
  11. Aria from Carmen by Georges Bizet
  12. Moment triste (No.3) from Rêveries d’automne, Op.8, by Vladimir Rebikov
First Publication. 1910 ca.
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Violin, Piano
Extra Information Included in the category Intermediate Works for Violin.
The violin part(s) is in 1st to 3rd position. The violin part of most of the items can be played entirely in the 1st to 3rd positions.