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SCALE-STUDIES
FOR THE

VIOLIN
Published originally for use

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the Royal Conservatory of Music

at Leipzig

APPENDIX TO SCHRADIECK'S SCALES

EDITED BY

PHILIPP MITTELL

G.

SCHIRMER,

INC.,

NEW YORK

Copyright, 1912, by G. Schirmer, Inc.

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may

acquire the utmost evenness and smoothness in the execution of the


scales, they are here written out for practice in rhythmic form. At first they should be practised in
moderate tempo and strictly in time; and where two different fingerings are given, both should be pracIn order that the student

tised.
Edited by
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A. Scales through 2 Octaves


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NARDINI,
934
511

1088

Pupil's concertos:

947
945
948

COM-

OLD

ENGLISH
POSERS

949
950

violin (Moffat)

PAGANINI, N.
521

The
Le Streghe.
witches' dance (Lichtenberg)
Op. 11. Moto perpetuo (Per(Lichtenpetual motion)
Op.

8.

Op.

13.

palpiti (Lichtenberg)

Concerto, No.

Op.

1,

two

1446

Op.

Op.

6 Little Duets for one


two violins and piano

RAFF,

420

Op.

31.

Em.

(1st

J.
Cavatina. Op. 85, No. 3. See
"Masterpieces for the Violin"
Op. 85. 6 pieces (Schradieck)

893
894-897

Concerto, No.

Op.

388

Concerto, No. 7, E m.
(Schradieck)
Op. 47. Concerto, No. 8. Gesangscene, A (Schradieck)
Op. 55. Concerto, No. 9, D m.
(Schradieck)

2,

606

D m.

363

(David)

389
360
395

Op.

38.

3 Slow

607
608
609

Movements from Con-

certos, Nos. 6, 9, 11 (Schra-

610

dieck)
1481

Op.

Concerto, No. 11

70.

611

RIES, F.
1065

418

Op.
Op.

27.

Suite, No. 2,

34.

Suite, No. 3,

G (Schra-

dieck)

TARTINI, G.
922

366

The Art of Bowing. 50 Variations on a Gavotte by Corel


I

RODE,
514
523
648

P.

Concerto, No. 7, A m.
(David-Schradieck)
Op. 10. Air varig (Lichtenberg)
Op. 13. Concerto, No. 8, E m.
Lie h ten berg- H ermann

Op.

923
725

The same, Piano Accompaniment


Sonatas,
E m., G (Lichten2

612

613

berg)

522

1067
646

du Diable (Lichtenberg- Volkmann)

Le

Trille

860

Introduction and Rondo capiiccioso (Schradieck)


Op. 61.
3d Concerto, B m.

Op.

TSCHAIKOWSKI,

28,

1185

1064
1485

1299

P. de
Op. 20. Zigeunerweisen
Caprice basque (Zimbalist)

Op.

SCHUMANN,
412
413

Op.

94.

415

Op.

3 Romances (Oboe or
or clarinet) (Schra-

lin."

982
1428
225

(Schradieck)
113.
Pictures from Fairyland (Viola or violin) (Schradieck)

356

Mood

Vol.

1272

Op.

253

20.

Op.
Op.

22.

Concerto,

Concerto, No. 5, A m.
(Schradieck)
Op. 38. Ballade et Polonaise de
Concert (Schradieck)
Op. 40, No. 3.
Bohemienne
(Schradieck)

Six

832

Op.

833

Op.

INC.,

S.

D m.
B.

I.

6 Little Duets (for 1 or 2


violins and
piano) (Her8.

mann)
48. 6 Little

violins

37.

SCHIRMER,

PIANO

Duets

and

Duets

(for 1 or 2

piano)

(Her-

mann)

WEISS,
1309
1310-13

J.

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21.

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Fantasie brillante sur
motifs
de 1 'opera

17.

PLEYEL,

Op. 35. Fantasia appasslonata


Op. 31. Concerto, Dm. (SpierOp.

Op.
Op.

GODARD,

ing)
5 Pieces in Popular
(Violin or
'cello)

102.

899

(Schradieck)

R.

Original theme with


15.
variations (Lichtenberg)
Op. 16.
Scherzo-tarentelle
(Lichtenberg)

TWO VIOLINS AND

Grand Concerto, E

Op. 11. Fantasie-caprice


Reverie.
Op. 22, No. 3.
Sec
"Masterpieces for the Vio-

10.

17, 1.6-

Op.

dA'.H, J.

218
354

dieck)

414

RE-

Op.

73.

violin

TWENTY FAVORITE

716

3 Fantasy Pieces (Violin or clarinet) (Schradieck)

Op.

944

(Mittell)

VIEUXTEMPS, H.

F.
3 Sonatinas

137.

Concerto,

tique (Lichtenberg)
Op. 4. Polonaise brillante, D
(Lichtenberg)
Op. 5. Adagio elegiaque (Lichtenberg)
Op. 6. Airs russes (2 romances
-de Warlamoff), transcrites et
variees (Lichtenberg)
Op. 7.
Capriccio-valse (Lichtenberg)
Op. 9. Romance sans paroles et
Rondo elegant (Lichtenberg)
Op. 12. 2 mazurkas (No. 1.
Sielanka; No. 2.
Chanson

tenberg)

CITAL PIECES

SCHUBERT,
921

35.

Op. 3. Souvenir de Posen. Premiere mazurka caracteris-

"Faust" de Gounod (LichP.


951

(Sauret)

SARASATE,

Op.

The

des

SAINT-SAitNS, C.
224

J.
Harvest of Flowers
same, in 4 Vols.

38.

polonaise), and Op.


gende (Schradieck)

(Violin- part)

9.

Op.

WIENIAWSKI, H.

L.

2.

Ciaccona (David-Schradieck)

WEISS,
Concertino,

SPOHR,

(Hermann)

354

1074

No. 22 (first movement). A m.,


with Cadenza by H. Wieniawski (Lichtenberg)
No. 23, G (David-Schradieck)

VITALI, T.

A m. (Svecenski
417

I.

48.

or

Suite,

10.

Concertos:
No. 17 (first movement). D m.
with Cadenza by H. Wieniawski (Lichtenberg)
No. 22, A m. (David-Schradieck)

762

444

Romance, E m.

to 3d position)

mann)
833

443

SINDING, C.

6 Little Duets, for one or


violins and piano (Her-

8.

761

SITT, H.
I

PLEYEL,
832

No. 1, D (3d position)


No. 2, G (1st position). Op. 13
No. 3, G m. (1st to 3d position),
Op. 12
No. 4, D (3d position), Op. 15
No. 5, D (1st position), Op. 22

1066

berg)

724
1460

VIOTTI, G. 3.

SEITZ, F.

P.

Concerto,
E m. (HauserFranko)
Sonata, D, arr. by Ferd. David
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ALARD,

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A m.

9
525

D.

IlTrovatore. Fantasy
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Op. 47. Faust. Concert Fantasia (Th. Spiering)

Op.

1114
1113

J. B.

37.

1111

785

J. S.
Concerto, A m. (Herrmann)
Concerto, E (Herrmann)

Op.

660

Themes

1400

Op.

1431

Op.

722

Airs Varies
Favoris de

77.

6 Airs Varies

220

Op.

berg)

La rondo des Lutins (Auer)


236

J. C.

18 Original Melodies

1115

F.
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"The Red Sarafan" (Schra-

BEETHOVEN,
Op.

van

L.

Concerto,

61.

237

912

74
232
468
467

Romances

(Op. 40,
F) (Schradieck)

Op.

Sonata

47.

G; Op.

1069

408
409
410
781
229
215
216
782
353

411

1301

1302
1303
1452-3

Op.
Op.
Op.
Op.

D (Zimbalist)
G

Sonata,
Sonata,
108.
Sonata,

100.

981

924

(2

416

BRUCH, M.
Op.

26.

Concerto,

G m.

398

Op.

46.
balist)

Scotch Fantasy (Zim-

(Auer)

512

Legende

3 slow movements from Concertos Nos.

Vol. III. Spohr.

Op.

64.

F.

E m.

(Schra-

pieces

suitable

for

study or performance. Revised and edited by Philipp

E.

1319-23

G. F.

I.

B.

Concerto, No.
Op.
(SchradiecK)
21.

1089

Op.

(E.

A m.

12.

Spanish Dance (Spier-

ing)

MOZART, W.

Herrmann)

3,

MOSZKOWSKI, M.

A,

Easy Sonatinas

Vol.

MOLIQUE,
419

2 Vols.:
29 pieces in 1st position
Vol. II. 21 pieces in 1st and 3d
positions
Violin Classics (5 Vols.)
Mittell.

1152
1153

890
836

A.

fConcerto, No. 4, D
Sonatas (complete)

HAUSER, M.
F.

1068

3 Nocturnes

1391

Op. 43. Ungarische Rhapsodie


(Hungarian Rhapsody)

1276

(Schra-

Concerto, Eb (Auer)
Concerto, No. 5, E (MozartFranko)

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Sonata, A (Lichtenberg)
21. Sonata, D m. (Lichten-

for violin with


figured bass, arr. by F. David
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Op.

(Powell)

dieck)

6.

Sonata,

P.

MENDELSSOHN,
235

Sonata, No. 1, F (Lichtenberg)


Sonata, No. 2, G
Op. 13.
(Lichtenberg)
Op. 45. Sonata, No. 3, C m.
(Lichtenberg)
Op. 46. 1st Peer Gynt Suite

Op.

F m.

Sonata,

6, 9, 11

C.
Sonata (Lichtenberg)

Op.
Op.

6 Solos

41.

dieck)

BURGMULLER,
767

Rondo Papageno

HAUPTMANN, M.

(Schra-

dieck)
J

20.

Op.

17,

395

Concertino (Auer)

12.

HANDEL,

Vols.)

(Auer)

217

with Varia-

(Sitt)

D m.

Hungarian Dances

Op.
Op.

GRIEG,

J.

78.

Airs,

berg)

Scene de Ballet

Concerto

77.

36<>

GADE, N. W.
222
223

524
1395

354

FRANCK,
1235

980

BRAHMS,

(Schradieck)

1406
1464

No. 7, E, Op. 15
Concertos (Schradieck)
No. 1, D, Op. 16
No. 2, B m., Op. 32
No. 6, A, Op. 70
No. 7, G, Op. 76
No. 9, A m., Op. 104
12 Italian Melodies (Schra100.

Vol.

Op. 11. Fantasie Brillante, on


the March and Romance
from "Otello" by Rossini

Hungarian

de Bade

VIOLIN

Elegie (Schradieck)

10.

for the Violin."

C. de

Airs varies (Schradieck)


No. 5, E, Op. 7
No. 6, A, Op. 12

Op.

Op.

Souvenir

30.

MASTERPIECES FOR THE

tions (Schradieck)

dieck)

675

1069

The same. See "Masterpieces

Kreutzer

407

BERIOT,

Andante and Scherzo

16.

ERNST, H. W.

50,

(Brodsky)
fSonatas (Brodsky) (Complete)
Op. 24. Sonata (Brodsky)
Op. 30-2. Sonata (Brodsky)

Op.

Op.

LOCATELLI,

capriccioso (Schradieck)

(Schra-

dieck)

234

mili-

(Spiering)

dieck)

233

Grande fantasie

15.

taire (Schradieck)

DAVID,
920

H.

Op. 2.
Souvenir de Haydn.
Fantasy on the Austrian
National Hymn (Lichten-

(Sve-

censki)

BEAZLEY,

J. M.
Sonata, No. 3 (Lichtenberg)

629

censki)
118.

F.

Ballade, Op. 4, No. 12; and


Polonaise, Op. 8 (Schradieck)

LEONARD,

Don-

Weigl, Mercadante
3 Concert Solos (Sve-

izetti,

Symphonie Espagnole

LECLAIR,

C.
6 Petits

89.

E.

21.

LAUB,

La Folia. Accompaniment and Cadenza by

Op.

Op.

(Lichtenberg)

(Ries-Franko)

Pacini, Rossini, Bellini,

(Auer)
1432

Sonata,

1236

Variations,

sur des

Concert

de

Allegro

15.

LALO,

A.

(Cadenza by J. Hellmesberger) (Desoff-Franko)

DANCLA,

BAZZINI, A.
1445

CORELLI,
Sonata, D

H. Leonard (Lichtenberg)

BACH,
1401

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