Orchestral accompaniment for Mendelssohn's violin concerto. Play along with the mp3 file or the video on YouTube that provide on screen score and a bouncing ball to help you keep time. Your purchase includes a video version with 85% slow tempo for movements 1 and 3. Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E Minor, op. 64 was completed in 1844, three years before his death, and is the last of his large scale orchestral compositions. It stands as a mainstay of the violin repertory and is one of the most popular among all Violin Concerto’s. This performance of the orchestral accompaniment was recorded by the orchestra Compagnia d'Opera Italiana, conducted by Antonello Gotta. The video provides markings for the progression of the cadenza sections in the first movement so that the entrance of the orchestra can be anticipated.
Mendelssohn violin concerto in E minor.
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