10 Oskar Rieding Concerto in D major Op.36, I. Allegro moderato

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Oskar RiedingFerdinand Küchler, Leo Portnoff and Ferdinand Seitz wrote a number of delightful easy violin concertos to which the Rieding Concerto in D, op.36 certainly belongs.

The Allegro moderato is a joyful movement which starts with a grand opening theme, followed by a sweet, enchanting 2nd theme. The music evocates Vienna of the 19th century. Am sure you will enjoy listening to this beautiful music piece.

Performers are Bibi Pelić, violin and the Atlantis Orchestra Prague conducted by Vitêzslav Podrazil.


You might be interested in listening to the rest of the concerto...

Oskar Rieding Concerto in D, op.36 II. Andante

Oskar Rieding Concerto in D, op.36 III. Allegro

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Or Playing the Concerto with Max's Virtual Orchestra...

Concerto is available as mp3 download and on the Let's Play Concertos app too! 

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