Tag Archives: Viola
By Scandinavian composers, sombre, contemporary viola pieces. Excellent! Advertisements
Solo viola works, fairly abstract, sometimes quite intense, by Spanish composers. Play!
Two performers, three instruments (viola, piano/percussion), highly varied collection ranging from loud, to quiet and eerie. Play most!
Compositions written from late 1800’s on but sounding modern, and from different cultural backgrounds. Play most!
Great works for viola and piano, especially Weinberg’s! Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet well-known.
Love songs from around the world performed by viola, piano, some percussion. Some better than others, that are a bit pop.
Subtitle says it all! Play!
Works from the early 20th century for viola and piano (or transcribed) by Janacek and others. Emotive!
Solo Viola suites, Romantic yet modern. Busch’s particularly beautiful. Play!
Violist Melia Watras performs beautiful, contemporary works for solo viola or with piano, voice, harp and/or percussion. Play most!
A collection of works, most of them inspired by animals: witty, sweet, play!
Works by composers during the WWII, Jongen, Ullman, Hindemith, Hua and Klein. Varying, intense, modern. Title refers to the year Hindemith composed the piece that struck the musician profoundly.
Two very different composers’ works for viola and piano–Romantic vs. abstract–Play!
A mix of Romantic to modern pieces by del Campo, Fleta Polo, Gerhard and Cervello. Play most!
A collection of gracious works for viola and piano by varied composers: Enescu, Vieuxtemps, Mendelssohn, Bowen and more. Play most!
Interesting modern works for viola solo or with piano. Includes pieces by Larsen, Bond, Matthews, Tann & Wei. Play!
Mostly gracious pieces, including some by Delius and Bowen. Play most!