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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Allegretto Caprice in G minor: Arranger Fritz Kreisler Editor Carl Flesch Classical MasterpiecesNo.
Delphin Alard ; 9: Caprice 21 begins with a very expressive, aria-like melody played in double-stopped sixths. This is followed by a rapid sixteenth note passage with trills and flying staccato.
24 Caprices, Opus 1: Viola Solo Book: Niccol Paganini
Contents 1 Performances 1. Posato Caprice in E-flat major: InRuggiero Ricci  made the first complete recording of the 24 Caprices in their original version Decca. This caprice uses a wide range of advanced techniques such as tremendously fast scales and arpeggios, double and triple stops, left hand pizzicato, parallel octaves and tenths, rapid shifting, and string crossings.
This caprice consists of a slurred pattern of a melody vio,a an upper string alternating with a drone note on a bottom string, forcing the violinist to stretch great distances while keeping a finger on the drone string. The second part consists of high speed runs that exercise left violaa flexibility and position shifting, and right hand high speed string changing and detache bowing. Agitato Caprice in G pagannini ‘The Trill’: The middle section is famous for the incredibly difficult octave passage.
Andante Caprice in B minor: Lento Caprice in A minor: Arranger Alberto Bachmann — PDF scanned by Unknown J.
24 Caprices for Solo Violin (Paganini) – Wikipedia
This is followed by a section of rapid up-bow staccato. Editor Emil Kross The “A” section contains numerous thirty-second note runs on capriecs A and E strings that converse back and forth with double stops on the lower two strings. A melody is played in one line with a tremolo occurring on another. The 14th caprice displays the violin’s ability to voice chords.
Op.1: Caprice no. 24: Viola: Hard
Caprice in E major ‘L’Arpeggio’: Arranger Michael Zadora Carl Fischer The theme from Caprice No. Pavanini from ” https: Lento — Allegro Assai Caprice in D 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.
Jacques Pierre Rode ; In other projects Wikiquote. Allegro Caprice in B-flat major ‘Devil’s Laughter’: It begins and ends with a section of ascending arpeggios followed by descending scales. Editor Pagganini Yampolsky — Posato Caprice in A minor: Archived from the original on Retrieved from ” http: The introduction to caprice 18 demonstrates playing on the G string in very high positions.