Student Concerto No.2, Op.13 (Seitz, Friedrich)
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Scores and Parts
New York: Carl Fischer, 1904. Plate 8668.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Viola and Piano (Howard)
For Violin and Orchestra (Diz)
|Work Title||Student Concerto No.2 for Violin and Piano|
|Alternative Title||Schüler-Concert No. 2 (G, 1. Lage)|
|Movements/Sections||3 movements (no pause)
|First Publication||1893 – Magdeburg: Albert Rathke
|Composer Time Period||Romantic|
|Extra Information||Included in the category Easy Works for Violin. The violin part can be played entirely in first position.|
HMB lists no publication of a version with any sort of orchestral accompaniment (even arranged by someone else!) before 1901 in a quick search at least so presumably this really is a work for violin and piano. Of course, ‘concertos’ for solo or chamber forces are as old or older than JS Bach (as symphonies for solo piano, e.g., older than Alkan...) - the concerto idea applied to a different context. still, will hold off on tagging until a biography of Seitz can be found...-Schissel