Student Concerto No.2, Op.13 (Seitz, Friedrich)

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Scores and Parts

 Piano Score
#81360 - 1.61MB, 11 pp. -  5.6/10 2 4 6 8 10 (54- V/V/V - 16771x

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 Violin Part
#81359 - 0.75MB, 6 pp. -  6.4/10 2 4 6 8 10 (56- V/V/V - 33050x

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Publisher Info.:

New York: Carl Fischer, 1904. Plate 8668.


Public Domain [tag/del]


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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Viola and Piano (Howard)

 Piano Score
#265999 - 0.56MB, 11 pp. -  8.7/10 2 4 6 8 10 (3- !N/!N/!N - 1618x

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 Viola part
#266000 - 0.36MB, 7 pp. -  5.3/10 2 4 6 8 10 (3- !N/!N/!N - 1899x

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PMLP165737-SEITZ Second Concerto arr. VA & PF PIANO.pdf


Publisher Info.:

Purcellville, VA: John D Howard, 2010.


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Misc. Notes:

Transposed from G major down to C major. Hence, the piano range is quite low, begging for a resonant instrument (not a spinet!).


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General Information

Work Title Student Concerto No.2 for Violin and Piano
Alternative Title Schüler-Concert No. 2 (G, 1. Lage)
Composer Seitz, Friedrich
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.13
Key G major
Movements/Sections 3 connected movements
  1. Allegro non troppo -
  2. Adagio -
  3. Allegretto moderato
First Publication 1893 – Magdeburg: Albert Rathke
(Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1893), p.253)
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Violin, piano
Extra Information This item is included in the category Easy Works for Violin. The violin part can be played entirely in first position.

Misc. Comments

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

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