|Henri Vieuxtemps. Divertissement on a Theme of A. Gurilev's Romance, op. 24 no. 1. For Violin and Piano. Without individual part for violin.|
|Elibron Classics, 2005, 14 pages|
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|Henri Vieuxtemps (1820-1881), list of works|
|When Hector Berlioz first went to hear the six-year-old violinist Henri Vieuxtemps perform, there was no way he could have guessed that the young boy whose fingers danced over the strings would grow up to revolutionize the Romantic concerto. Following in the footsteps of Paganini, and paralleling the|
path of Liszt, Vieuxtemps composed works for his own instrument, and for his own use; today, these pieces - and particularly the concertos - stand as masterpieces beloved by all students of the violin.
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