Boy Paganini -Violin and Piano

Catalog: BA10692

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Born in Erfurt, the composer Edward Mollenhauer (1827–1914) achieved success in America as a soloist and teacher. His best-known pieces for young violinists are “The Infant Paganini” and “The Boy Paganini”.

The Mollenhauer fantasia “The Infant Paganini” (BA10691) is a charming introduction to early virtuoso techniques. It calls for bowing techniques such as detache, legato, spiccato and arpeggios over three strings. Players are also expected to play harmonics and pizzicato.

“The Boy Paganini” is an impressive concert piece which is more demanding. Its two movements call for changes of metre, harmonics and pizzicato. Other challenges include chords on all four strings and simple passages in octaves.

  • Popular recital pieces for young violinists
  • Both works form an ideal continuation of the Sassmannshaus “Early Start” methods

Sample Pages
Publisher: Bärenreiter
Composer/Author: Mollenhauer, Edward
Arranger/Editor: Sassmannshaus, Kurt
Catalog Number: BA10692
Pages: 13

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