Concertos for Small Violinists. Works by Huber, Küchler, Rieding, Seitz, Komarowski & Ortmans


I remember at the age of nine asking, somewhat prematurely, to be taught Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto. I guess all young violinists have the urge to play a work with the ‘concerto’ name, though I doubt they would be easily persuaded that Adolf Huber’s Concertino is anything but a study piece.

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