Good violin solo pieces for contest with no accompaniment?

Good violin solo pieces for contest with no accompaniment?

    
Good violin solo pieces for contest with no accompaniment?    15:00 on Thursday, December 24, 2009          

musicalmuse
(2 points)
Posted by musicalmuse

I need to find a solo violin piece with no piano accompaniment for a school contest that is coming up soon.

I've been playing the violin for 5 and a half years now. I've played Czardas written by Monti, the Bach Double... well... by Bach, Antonio Vivaldi's four seasons, and his concerto in A minor.

Preferred Genre: classical

Would anyone know some good violin solo pieces without accompaniment?
I would appreiate any information.


Re: Good violin solo pieces for contest with no accompaniment?    16:30 on Tuesday, December 29, 2009          

VietViolin
(25 points)
Posted by VietViolin

I play Bach Air in D, Masseenet Meditation in D, F Schubert Traumerei in F, Chopin Nocturne opt.9 no 2 in Eb. I also play Italian songs for fun.


Re: Good violin solo pieces for contest with no accompaniment?    20:47 on Tuesday, December 29, 2009          

musicalmuse
(2 points)
Posted by musicalmuse

Thanks for the reply! I'll look into those. Thank you.


Re: Good violin solo pieces for contest with no accompaniment?    17:34 on Wednesday, December 30, 2009          

blueeyedbassoon
(264 points)
Posted by blueeyedbassoon

aren't the Paganini caprices and Bach partitas unaccompanied?


Re: Good violin solo pieces for contest with no accompaniment?    10:08 on Thursday, December 31, 2009          

VietViolin
(25 points)
Posted by VietViolin

Yes. I believe so, but I am not at the level to practice 24 of them.
At first, I was also thinking of them in an attempt to answer, then I dropped it.


   

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