List of solo violin pieces

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This is a non exhaustive compilation of pieces for solo violin. See also the entries on violin and the List of compositions for violin and orchestra and list of compositions for violin and piano.

Ordering is by surname of composer.

A[edit]

  • Anonymous
    • "Jeux interdits", Spanish Ballad, for Violin solo (transcription: Ruggiero Ricci)

B[edit]

  • Grażyna Bacewicz
    • Sonata (No.0), for solo violin (1929) -early work, no number-
    • Sonata No.1, for solo violin (1941)
    • Sonata No.2, for solo violin (1958)
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    • 3 Sonatas and 3 Partitas, for solo violin:
      • Sonata No.1 in G minor, BWV 1001
      • Partita No.1 in B minor, BWV 1002
      • Sonata No.2 in A minor, BWV 1003
      • Partita No.2 in D minor, BWV 1004
      • Sonata No.3 in C major, BWV 1005
      • Partita No.3 in E major, BWV 1006
    • Fantasia and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542 (transcription for violin solo by Tedi Papavrami, 2010)
    • Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 (transcription for violin solo by Bruce Fox-Lefriche)
  • Béla Bartók
    • Sonata for solo violin, Sz.117, BB 124 (1944)
      • I. Tempo di ciaccona; II. Fuga (Risoluto, non troppo vivo); III. Melodia (Adagio); IV. Presto
  • Bruno Bartolozzi
    • "Variazioni" per violino solo (1957)
    • "Due studi" for violin
  • George Benjamin
    • "Three Miniatures", for solo violin (2001):
      • 1. A Lullaby for Lalit
      • 2. A Canon for Sally
      • 3. Lauer Lied
  • Paul Ben-Haim (b. Paul Frankenburger)
    • Sonata in G major, for violin solo
  • Luciano Berio
    • Sequenza VIII, per violino solo (1976)
  • Charles Auguste de Bériot
    • (9) Studies, for violin solo:
      • 1. Allegro agitato
      • 2. Allegro moderato
      • 3. Moderato
      • 4. Energico
      • 5. Melody: Largo
      • 6. Gulnare: Andantino
      • 7. March: Moderato
      • 8. Allegro vivace
      • 9. In imitation of the old masters: Moderato
    • (12) Scènes ou Caprices, for violin solo, Op.109:
      • 1. La Separation
      • 2. La Polka
      • 3. Le Lezard
      • 4. Le Depart
      • 5. La Fougue
      • 6. La Banniere
      • 7. Le Caprice
      • 8. Saltarella
      • 9. La Reine
      • 10. Marche Russe
      • 11. L'inquietude
      • 12. La Consolation
    • Prélude ou Improvisation, for violin solo, Op.post.
  • Lennox Berkeley
    • Introduction and Allegro, for Solo Violin (1949) -edited by Ivry Gitlis-[1]
  • Charles Harold Bernstein
    • Rhapsodie Israélienne, for solo violin (1984) -dedicated to Ivry Gitlis-
    • Romantic Suite, for solo violin (1984)
      • I. A huit heure; II. La commande; III. Presto ma non troppo; IV. Poème trascendental
  • Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
  • Ernest Bloch
    • Suite No.1, for solo violin (1958)
      • I. Prelude; II. Andante tranquillo; III. Allegro; IV. Andante; V. Allegro energico
    • Suite No.2, for solo violin (1958)
      • I. Energico deciso; II. Moderato; III. Andante; IV. Allegro molto; V. Mélodie. Moderato
  • Nimrod Borenstein
    • "Quasi una Cadenza" for solo violin, Op.26
  • Stephen Brown
    • Suite No.1 for solo violin "Takkakaw Falls" (2003/04)
    • "Four Romances and a Lunch", 5 movements for solo violin (2005)
    • Suite No.2 for solo violin "There Was a Lady in the East" (2007)

C[edit]

  • John Cage
    • "Cheap Imitation" (1977)
    • "Chorals" (1978) -from Erik Satie's Douze petits chorals-
    • "Eight Whiskus" (1985)
    • "One6" (1990)
    • "One10" (1992)
    • (32) "Freeman Etudes":
      • Book 1 & 2, (Etudes No. 1-16) (1980)
      • Book 3 & 4, (Etudes No. 17-32) (1990)
  • Julian Carrillo
    • Sonata No.1 para violin solo en Mi menor "a Paganini" (1939)
  • Elliott Carter
    • "Four Lauds", for solo violin:
      • I. Statement - Remembering Aaron (1999)
      • II. Riconoscenza per Goffredo Petrassi (1984)
      • III. Rhapsodic Musings (2000)
      • IV. Fantasy - Remembering Roger (1999)
  • John Corigliano
    • "The Red Violin" Caprices, for solo violin (1999)
    • "Stomp", for solo violin (2010) -employs scordatura tuning-
  • John Craton
    • Sonata for Solo Violin (2007)

D[edit]

E[edit]

  • Gottfried von Einem
    • Solosonate für Violine, Op.47
  • Anders Eliasson
    • "In medias" for violin solo (1971)
  • Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst
    • 6 Études à plusieurs parties (6 Polyphonic Studies / 6 mehrstimmige Studien) for Violin Solo (publ. 1864):
      • 1. in F major
      • 2. in A major
      • 3. in E major
      • 4. in C major
      • 5. in E-flat major
      • 6. Variations de concert sur l’air irlandaise The Last Rose of Summer, in G major
    • Grand Caprice on Schubert's Der Erlkönig, D.328, Op.26 (1854) -transcription for solo violin-
  • Iván Erőd
    • Drei Stücke für Violine solo, Op.27 (1979)
    • "GeburtstagsPRÄSENT dem treuen Freund GErHArD", o.Op. (2007)

F[edit]

G[edit]

  • Francesco Geminiani
    • Violin Solo Sonata in B-flat major (ed. Mario Corti)
      • I. Adagio (con fantasia); II. Vivace; III. Affetuoso; IV. Giga (Allegro)
    • Violin Solo in C major
  • Vittorio Giannini
    • Violin Solo Sonata No.1 (1940) -dedicated to Ruggiero Ricci-
      • I. Praeludium con bravura; II. Cantabile; III. Allegro
  • Jorge Grundman
    • Terezin Through the Eyes of the Children (2012)

H[edit]

  • Karl Amadeus Hartmann
    • Sonata No.1, for solo violin (1927)
      • I. Toccata. Sehr lebhafte Achtel; II. Ruhige Viertel, sehr fliessend; III. Verrückt schnell, unschön spielen!!; IV. Breit!! Mit viel Ausdruck; V. Fuge (Toccata). Heiter, burschikos
    • Sonata No.2, for solo violin (1927)
      • I. Langsam, breite Achtel. Sehr lebhaft und kräftig; II. Variationen über eine rhythmische Idee:...; III. Sehr langsame Achtel mit viel Empfindung; IV. Fuge. Sehr wild und roh im Vortrag (schnelle...
    • Suite No.1, for solo violin (1927)
      • I. Canon. Lebhaft; II. Fuge. Munter!; III. Rondo. Nicht zu schnell; IV. Dreiteilige Liedform. Breit; V. Ciaccona: Lebhaft
    • Suite No.2, for solo violin (1927)
      • I. Lebhaft; II. Fliessend; III. Stürmisch; IV. Jazz Tempo, sehr robust. Presto
  • Hans Werner Henze
    • Sonata for violin solo (1977)
  • Gilad Hochman
    • Variations for violin solo (2003) [2]
  • Heinz Holliger
    • Trema (1981, rev. 1983)
    • Souvenirs de Davos -No.2 for solo violin- (1999/2000)
    • Soli, for violin (2000/01)
    • Souvenirs trémaësques, version for violin (2000, rev. 2009)
    • Ri-Tratto, for violin (2011)
    • Drei kleine Szenen, für Violine solo (2014)
  • Arthur Honegger
    • Sonata for solo violin (1940)
  • Paul Hindemith
    • Sonata for Solo Violin (No.1) in G minor, Op.11/6 (1917/18)
      • I. Mäßig Schnell; II. Siziliano, Mäßig bewegt; III. Finale, Lebhaft
    • Sonata for Solo Violin (No.2), Op.31/1 (1924)
      • I. Sehr lebhafte Achtel; II. Sehr langsame Viertel; III. Sehr lebhafte Viertel; IV. Intermezzo, Lied ganz leise und zart su spielen; V. Prestissimo
    • Sonata for Solo Violin (No.3), Op.31/2 (1924)
      • I. Leichte bewegte Viertel; II. Ruhig bewegte Achtel; III. Gemächliche Viertel; IV. Fünf Variationen über das Lied "Komm, lieber Mai" von Mozart (Leicht bewegt)
  • Peter Hristoskov

K[edit]

  • Aram Khachaturian
    • Sonata-Monologue, for unaccompanied violin (1975)
  • Giselher Klebe
    • Sonate Nr.1 für Violine Solo
    • Sonate Nr.2 für Violine Solo (1955)
  • Fritz Kreisler
    • Recitative and Scherzo-Caprice Op.6, for solo violin (1910)
    • Study on a Choral “in the style of Johann Stamitz”, in G major, for solo violin (publ. 1930)
    • Austrian Imperial Hymn "Gott erhalte unseren Kaiser" (transcribed for solo violin by Kreisler, 1915)
  • Ernst Krenek
    • Sonata No. 1 for solo violin, Op.33 (1925)
    • Sonata No. 2 for solo violin, Op.115 (1948)
  • Rodolphe Kreutzer

L[edit]

M[edit]

  • Bruno Maderna
    • "Widmung" (1967)
    • "Pièce pour Ivry" (1971)
  • Jean Martinon
    • Sonatina No. 5, for solo violin, Op.32/1 (1942)
    • Sonatina No. 6, for solo violin (1958)
  • Donald Martino
    • Romanza (2000)
    • Sonata (2003)
  • Gerardo Matos Rodríguez
    • "La Cumparsita" (arrangement for solo violin by Vicente Zito; edited by Ruggiero Ricci) [3]
  • Pavle Merkù
    • Calmo espressivo, per violino solo
  • Ernst Hermann Meyer
    • 6 Preludes for solo violin (1966/1973):
      • No.1 - Allegro
      • No.2 - Adagio
      • No.3 - Allegro assai
      • No.4 - Andantino liberamente
      • No.5 - Allegro
      • No.6 - Andante sempre un poco rubato
  • Darius Milhaud
    • "Sonatina pastorale" for violin solo, Op.383 (1960)
  • Nathan Milstein
    • Paganiniana
    • Mephisto Waltz (freely arranged from Franz Liszt's Mephisto Waltz No.1 "Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke" S.514)
  • Konstantin G. Mostras
    • Esquisse No.2 (published in The Strad magazine, 2006)
    • Caprice (Recitativ and Toccata), for violin solo
  • Fred Momotenko
    • Eneato, for solo violin or viola (2003)
  • Alexander Müllenbach (b.1949)
    • Capriccio per Niccolò Paganini, for solo violin (1994)

N[edit]

  • Carl Nielsen
    • Praeludium og Tema med Variationer, Op. 48, FS.104 (1923)
    • Preludio e Presto, Op. 52, FS.128 (1927/28)

P[edit]

  • Niccolò Paganini
    • 24 Caprices for solo violin, in the form of études (dedicated: Alli Artisti) Op.1, MS 25 (1818 ant.)
    • "Duo merveille", Sonata for solo violin, in C major MS 6 (1805/9)
    • Introduction and variations on "Nel cor più non mi sento" from La molinara by Giovanni Paisiello, MS 44 (1827) -also with guitar accompaniment-
    • "Capriccio" (a.k.a. Preludio) in G major, MS 54 (1828)
    • "God Save The King" Variations on the English national anthem, Op.9, MS 56 (1829)
    • "Caprice d'adieu" (a.k.a. Farewell Caprice - dedicated: A mon ami M. E. Eliason), MS 68 (1833c)
    • 60 Variations on the Genoese folksong "Barucabà" Op.14, MS 71 for violin solo (1835) -also with guitar accompaniment-
      • Part I: Thema, in A major, with 20 Variations; Part II: Thema, in C major, with 20 Variations; Part III: Thema, in D major, with 20 Variations
    • "Valtz" for violin solo, MS 80
    • "Inno patriottico" (Patriotic hymn), Allegro and 6 Variations in A major, MS 81 -also with guitar accompaniment-
    • "Tema variato", Theme and 7 Variations in A major, MS 82
    • "Sonata" for solo violin in A major, MS 83
  • Gerard Pape
    • "Le Fleuve du Désir IV" (1994-2002)
  • Hilda Paredes
    • "Permutaciones", for solo violin (1978)
  • Krzysztof Penderecki
    • Cadenza, for solo violin or viola (1984)
    • Capriccio, for solo violin (2008)
  • Mario Peragallo
    • Piece from "Emircal" (1980) for violin and tape (violin plays 3 lines)
  • Paolo Pessina (b.1969)[4]
    • Divertimento Op.3 for violin solo (1994) [5]
      • I. Preludio; II. Ciaccona; III. Capriccio; IV. Danzante; V. Variazioni (Thema - Var.I-XIV - Fuga)
    • Suite No.2 in D minor, a Violino solo senza basso (2010/11)
      • I. Prelude; II. Double en Courant; III. Saraband; IV. Valse perdu; V. Rigodon
  • Goffredo Petrassi
    • Elogio per un'ombra, per violino solo "per Alfredo Casella venticinque anni dopo" (1971)
      • I. In tempo adagio; II. Quasi presto; III. Libero, quasi adagio
  • Astor Piazzola
    • 6 Tango Etudes for violin or flute solo
  • Johann Georg Pisendel
    • Sonata in A minor, for solo violin (1730)
  • Hermann Markus Preßl
    • "YLOP", für Geige allein (1992) -experimental- [6]
  • Sergei Prokofiev
    • Sonata for solo violin in D major, Op. 115 (1947)
      • I. Moderato; II. Andante dolce. Tema con variazioni; III. Con brio. Allegro precipitato
  • Zoltan Paulinyi
    • Entre Serras e Cerrado (1995)
    • Flausiniana (1996)
    • Abstrato (2003)
    • Acalanto No. 1 (2003)
  • Gerhard Präsent
    • Sonata regina per S.F. (1987)

Q[edit]

  • Manuel Quiroga [7]
    • Estudio
    • (6) Etudes-Caprices:
      • No.1 (1936)
      • No.2 (1937)
      • No.3 (1939)
      • No.4 (1941)
      • No.5 (1942)
      • No.6 (1942)
    • 9 variaciones sobre el capricho núm. 24 de Paganini (1928)
    • 12 variaciones sobre el capricho núm. 24 de Paganini (1942)

R[edit]

  • Sergei Rachmaninoff
    • Prelude in C sharp minor, Op.3 No.2 (transcription for Violin Solo by W.H. Reed)
    • Prelude in G minor, Op.23 No.5 (transcription for Violin Solo by Ernst Schliephake)
  • Max Reger
    • (4) Violin solo Sonatas, Op.42 (1900)
      • No.1 D minor (I.Allegro energico; II. Adagio con gran expressione; III. Scherzo. Prestissimo assai; IV. Fuge. Allegro energico)
      • No.2 A major (I. Allegro con grazia; II. Andantino; III. Prestissimo. Scherzando)
      • No.3 B minor (I. Pesante. Allegro; II. Canon. Andante semplice; III. Gigue. Prestissimo; IV. Vivacissimo à la Capriccio)
      • No.4 G minor (I. Sostenuto - Fuge. Allegro energico; II. Scherzo. Allegretto con grazia; III. Chaconne. Andante con moto)
    • Prelude and Fugue for Violin, A minor, Oh.Op. (1902)
    • (7) Sonatas for Violin Solo, Op.91 (1905)
      • No.1 A minor (I. Grave; II. Vivace; III. Andate sostenuto; IV. Allegro energico)
      • No.2 D major (I. Allegro moderato; II. Larghetto; III. Vivacissimo)
      • No.3 B-flat major (I. Allegro moderato; II. Scherzo. Prestissimo; III. Vivace)
      • No.4 B minor (I. Allegro energico; II. Larghetto; III. Vivace; IV. Allegro energico)
      • No.5 E minor (I. Allegro moderato; II. Con moto; III. Larghetto; IV. Allegro energico)
      • No.6 G major (I. Allegro commodo; II. Allegretto; III. Andante; IV. Vivacissimo)
      • No.7 A minor (I. Allegro energico; II. Scherzo. Vivace; III. Chaconne. Grave)
    • (8) Preludes, Fugues and Chaconne, for Solo Violin, Op. 117 (1909/12)
      • No.1 B minor
      • No.2 G minor
      • No.3 E minor
      • No.4 G minor (Chaconne)
      • No.5 G major (on themes by J.S.Bach)
      • No.6 D minor
      • No.7 A minor
      • No.8 E minor
    • (6) Preludes and Fugues for Solo Violin, Op.131a (1914)
      • No.1 A minor
      • No.2 D minor
      • No.3 G major
      • No.4 G minor
      • No.5 D major
      • No.6 E minor
    • Prelude for Violin solo in E minor, Oh.Op. (1915)
  • Ruggiero Ricci
    • "Jeux interdits" Romance (arranged: from Anonimous)
    • "Recuerdos de la Alhambra" for violin solo (transcription from: Francisco Tarrega)
    • "La Cumparsita", Tango for solo violin (transcription from: Gerardo Matos Rodríguez / arranged by Vicente Zito / edited by Ricci)
  • George Rochberg
    • 50 Caprice Variations, for violin solo (1970)
  • Pierre Rode
    • 24 Caprices for solo violin (24 Caprices, plus some basic exercises), Op.22
  • Joaquin Rodrigo
    • Capriccio, para violìn solo (1944)
  • Wilhelm Friedrich Rust (1739-1796)
    • Sonata (No.1) for Violin Solo[8]
      • I. Grave; II. Fuga; III. Gigue; IV. Chaconne; V. Gigue (reprise); VI. Courante
    • Sonata No.2 for Violin Solo, in B-flat Major[9]
      • I. Lento; II. Fuga; III. Aria - Double I, II, III, IV - Aria; IV. Bourrée; V. Couplet; VI. Gigue

S[edit]

  • Marian Sawa
    • Lajkonik (2003)
    • Cadenza (2003?)
  • Léon de Saint-Lubin
    • "Variations sur un Thème de Haydn", Op.1 for solo violin (1818)
    • "Six grands Caprices ou Etudes", Op.8 for solo violin (new edition by Jenő Hubay)
    • "6 Exercises amusants en forme de Caprice", Op.41 for solo violin (1837)
    • "6 Grand Caprices, Op.42 for solo violin (new edition by Jenő Hubay, 1910)
    • "Thême Original et Etude de Sigismund Thalberg", Op.45a for solo violin
    • "Fantaisie sur un thême de Lucia di Lammermoor" -on sextet "Chi mi frena in tal momento" from Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor-, in D major Op.46 for solo violin (1844)
    • (24) "Etudes-Caprices dans les 24 tons de la gamme", for solo violin
  • Domenico Scarlatti
    • 12 Keyboard Sonatas (transcribed for solo violin by Tedi Papavrami, 2005/06):
      • in A minor, K. 54 (L. 241)
      • in D minor, K. 32 (L. 423)
      • in F minor, K. 466 (L. 118)
      • in F minor, K. 481 (L. 187)
      • in C minor, K. 11 (L. 352)
      • in E major, K. 380 (L. 23) "Cortège"
      • in B minor, K. 87 (L. 33)
      • in D minor, K. 141 (L. 422)
      • in G minor, K. 426 (L. 128)
      • in F minor, K. 185 (L. 173)
      • in D minor, K. 9 (L. 413), "Pastorale"
      • in B flat major, K. 332 (L. 141)
  • Alfred Schnittke
    • Fuga, for solo violin, -Moderato- (1953)
    • "Prelude in memoriam Dmitri Shostakovich", for violin and tape (1975)
    • "A Paganini", for solo violin, -Andante- (1982)
  • Salvatore Sciarrino
    • 6 Capricci for solo violin (1975/76)
      • No.1 - Vivace
      • No.2 - Andante
      • No.3 - Assai agitato
      • No.4 - Volubile
      • No.5 - Presto
      • No.6 - Con brio
  • Roger Sessions
    • Sonata for solo violin (1953)
  • Rodion Shchedrin
    • "Echo Sonata", for solo violin (1984) -written for the 300th Anniversary of J.S. Bach's birth. First performance on 27 June 1985 in Cologne by Ulf Hoelscher-
    • "Balalaika", for violin solo (1997) -for Maxim Vengerov. First performance on 29 March 1999 in Budapest by Maxim Vengerov-
    • "Variations and Theme", for violin solo (1998) -composed for the 4th International Violin Competition "Leopold Mozart" in Augsburg. First performance on 21 November 1999 in Augsburg-
    • "Duo", for violin solo (2000)
    • Gypsy Melody (2006)
  • Erwin Schulhoff
    • Sonata for Solo Violin (1927)
      • I. Allegro con fuoco; II. Andante cantabile; III. Scherzo. Allegro grazioso; IV. Finale. Allegro risoluto
  • Nikos Skalkottas
    • Sonata for Solo Violin, AK 69 (1925)
      • I. Allegro furioso, quasi presto; II. Adagietto; III. Allegro ritmato; IV. Adagio quasi recitativo - Allegro molto moderato - Adagio quasi recitativo
  • Richard Strauss
    • Daphne-Etude op.AV.141(Etude G-Dur nach einem Motiv aus "Daphne")
  • Igor Stravinsky
    • "Elegy", for solo violin/viola (Élégie), in G minor (1944) -"to Germain Prevost" violist of Quatuour Pro Arte, in memory of the ensemble's leader Alphonse Onnou-

T[edit]

  • Eric Tanguy
    • "Sonata breve", for violin solo (1999)
  • Francisco Tarrega
    • "Recuerdos de la Alhambra" for violin solo (transcription by Ruggiero Ricci)
  • Giuseppe Tartini
    • 50 Variations on a Gavotte by Corelli (ed. Ruggiero Ricci)
    • 30 Sonate "piccole" per violino solo (from "Padua manuscript", 1750/55):[10][11]
      • Sonata No.1, in G major (I. Molto andante; II. Allegro cantabile; III. Allegro; IV. Giga)
      • Sonata No.2, in D minor (I. Siciliana; II. Allegro; III. Allegro affettuoso)
      • Sonata No.3, in D Major (I. Andante cantabile; II. Allegro; III. Giga; IV. Allegro assai)
      • Sonata No.4, in C major (I. Andante cantabile; II. Allegro assai; III. Grave; IV. Presto)
      • Sonata No.5, in F major (I. Andante cantabile; II. Allegro; III. Allegro assai; IV. "Il tormento di questo cuore")
      • Sonata No.6, in E minor (I. Andante cantabile "senti lo mare"; II. Allegro cantabile; III. Giga)
      • Sonata No.7, in A minor (I. Adagio; II. Allegro; III. Tema con variazione; IV. [Allegro assai])
      • Sonata No.8, in G minor (I. Andante; II. Allegro; III. Affettuoso; IV. Allegro assai)
      • Sonata No.9, in A major (I. Largo andante; II. Allegro; III. Allegro; IV. Allegro assai; V. Menuet)
      • Sonata No.10, in B flat major (I. Largo; II. Allegro; III. Subito affettuoso; IV. Menuet)
      • Sonata No.11, in E major (I. Andante cantabile; II. Allegro; III. [Siciliana]; IV. Menuet; V. Allegro assai)
      • Sonata No.12, in G major (I. Tasso; II. Grave "Il tormento di quest'anima"; III. Canzone Veneziana; IV. "Quanto mai felici siete"; V. Tema con Variazioni)
      • Sonata No.13, in B minor, B.h1 (I. Andante; II. Allegro assai; III. Giga: Allegro affettuoso)
      • Sonata No.14, in G major, B.G4 (I. Andante cantabile; II. Allegro assai; III. Allegro; IV. Aria del Tasso)
      • Sonata No.--, in G major, B.G3 (VI. Allegro; VII. Allegro arpeggio)
      • Sonata No.15, in C major, B.C2 (I. Andante cantabile; II. Allegro; III. Giga; IV. Menuet; V. Allegro)
      • Sonata No.16, in D major, B.D2 (I. Andante cantabile; II. Allegro assai; III. Aria del Tasso; IV. Furlana)
      • Sonata No.17, in C major, B.C3 (I. Andante cantabile amatissimo; II. Allegro battute sciolte; III. Allegro assai; IV. Gravi -per CSolfaut-; V. Giga)
      • Sonata No.18, in D major, B.D3 (I. Andante cantabile; II. Allegro assai; III. Siciliana. Andante; IV. Menuet 1 & 2; V. Aria: Allegro assai)
      • Sonata No.19
      • Sonata No.20
      • Sonata No.21
      • Sonata No.22
      • Sonata No.23
      • Sonata No.24
      • Sonata No.25
      • Sonata No.26 (27th in sequence)
      • Sonata No.27 (later hand sketches in "Padua Manuscript")
      • Sonata No.28 (later hand sketches in "Padua Manuscript")
      • Sonata No.29 (later hand sketches in "Padua Manuscript")
      • Sonata No.30 (later hand sketches in "Padua Manuscript")
  • Georg Philipp Telemann
    • Twelve Fantasias, TWV 40:14-25 (1735)
      • No.1 in B-flat major (I. Largo; II. Allegro; III. Grave; IV. Si replica l'Allegro)
      • No.2 in G major (I. Largo; II. Allegro; III. Allegro)
      • No.3 in F minor (I. Adagio; II. Presto; III. Grave; IV. Vivace)
      • No.4 in D major (I. Vivace; II. Grave; III. Allegro)
      • No.5 in A major (I. Allegro: II. Presto; III. Allegro; IV. Andante; V. Allegro)
      • No.7 in E-flat major (I. Dolce; II. Allegro; III. Largo; IV. Presto)
      • No.8 in E major (I. Piacevolumente; II. Spirituoso; III. Allegro)
      • No.9 in B minor (I. Siciliana; II. Vivace; III. Allegro)
      • No.10 in D major (I. Presto; II. Largo; III. Allegro)
      • No.11 in F major (I. Un poco vivace; II. Soave; III. Da capo un poco vivace; IV. Allegro)
      • No.12 in A minor (I. Moderato; II. Vivace; III. Presto)
  • Eduard Tubin
    • Solo violin sonata (1962)

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  • Melia Watras (b.1969) [12]
    • "Luminous Points", for violin solo (2013)
  • Mieczysław Weinberg (Moisei Vainberg)
    • Sonata No.1 for violin solo, Op.82 (1964)
      • I. Adagio – Allegro – Adagio; II. Andante; III. Allegretto; IV. Lento; V. Presto
    • Sonata No.2 for violin solo, Op.95 (1967)
      • I. Monody: Allegro moderato -; II. Pauses: Andantino grazioso -; III. Intervals: Presto agitato -; IV. Remarks: Andantino non tanto -; V. Accompaniment: Allegretto leggiero -; VI. Invocation: Lento affettuoso -; VII. Syncopations: Vivace marcato
    • Sonata No.3 for violin solo, Op.126 (1979)
      • (one movement work, in seven sections)
  • Stanley Weiner (1925 - 1991)
  • Johann Paul von Westhoff
  • Henryk Wieniawski
    • "L’École Moderne", (9) Études-Caprices for Violin Solo, Op.10 (1854)
      • No.1 Le Sautillé (Presto)
      • No.2 La Vélocité (Allegro vivace)
      • No.3 L'Étude (Moderato)
      • No.4 Le Staccato (Allegro gioioso)
      • No.5 Alla Saltarella (Scherzando)
      • No.6 Prélude (Allegro moderato)
      • No.7 La Cadenza (Largo)
      • No.8 Le Chant du bivouac (Allegro marziale)
      • No.9 Les Arpéges - Variations sur l'Hymne autrichien (Thème. Andante — Var.I — Var.II effect: 'sons harmoniques' — Var.III effect: 'pizzicato main gauche' Poco più lento)
      • addendum: 10. Exercices en trilles
    • (8) Etudes-Caprices, Op.18 -with 2nd violin- (1862; ed. Jenő Hubay)
      • Book I (1-4):
        • No.1 Moderato - Allegro moderato - con fuoco - Tempo I°
        • No.2 Andante - Agitato e vigoroso - Tempo I° - Adagio
        • No.3 Allegro moderato
        • No.4 Tempo di Saltarella, ma non troppo vivo
      • Book II (5-8):
        • No.5 Praeludium. Allegretto scherzando
        • No.6 Andante ma non troppo - Presto - Allegro non troppo
        • No.7 Andante non troppo
        • No.8 Allegro risoluto

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  • Eugène Ysaÿe
    • 6 Sonatas for Solo Violin, Op.27 (1923):
      • No.1 in G minor "to Joseph Szigeti" (I. Grave; II. Fugato; III. Allegretto poco scherzoso; IV. Finale. Con brio)
      • No.2 in A minor "to Jacques Thibaud" (I. Obsession. Prelude; II. Malinconia; III. Danse des Ombres. Sarabande; IV. Les furies)
      • No.3 in D minor "to Georges Enescu" (Ballades. Lento molto sostenuto – Allegro in tempo giusto e con bravura)
      • No.4 in E minor "to Fritz Kreisler" (I. Allemanda; II. Sarabande; III. Finale)
      • No.5 in G major "to Mathieu Crickboom" (I. L'Aurore; II. Danse rustique)
      • No.6 in E major "to Manuel Quiroga" (Habañera. Allegro giusto non troppo vivo)
    • Essai sur le mécanisme moderne du violon (13 Preludes), Op.35
    • Etude Posthume
  • Isang Yun
    • "Koenigliches Thema" for violin solo (1976)
    • "Li-Na im Garten", 5 Pieces for violin solo (1984/85)
    • "Kontraste", 2 Pieces for violin solo (1987)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.worldcat.org/title/introduction-and-allegro-for-solo-violin-ltedited-by-ivry-gitlisgt/oclc/498148650
  2. ^ https://www.giladhochman.com/music-variations
  3. ^ http://ovationpress.com/p-155-la-cumparsita.aspx
  4. ^ Paolo Pessina - composer, conductor (website)
  5. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zim0iIM_7Ck
  6. ^ Hermann Markus Preßl, YLOP
  7. ^ Manuel Quiroga - Catalogue of Works
  8. ^ W.F.Rust - Sonata for Violin Solo (ed. Otakar Ševčík)
  9. ^ W.F.Rust - Sonata No.2 for Violin Solo (ed. Edmund Singer)
  10. ^ "Tartini: 30 Piccole Sonate", by Peter Sheppard Skaerved, 2010
  11. ^ In the last years of his life, the great composer, violinist and swordsman Giuseppe Tartini (1692–1770) laboured at a cycle of sonatas for solo violin. The resulting manuscript offers the most important composition for solo violin after Bach and, at six hours in duration, the largest integrated work for the instrument. This first complete recording is based on a fresh study of the source and includes a number of works in Tartini’s shorthand, overlooked in earlier editions. (Peter Sheppard Skærved)
  12. ^ Melia Watras (website)