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One of the great virtuosos in the history of the violin, Charles-Auguste de Bériot was also an accomplished composer for his instrument.
The compositions in which he explores the technical resources of the violin combine an understanding of the instrument with very considerable lyrical gifts.
The 12 Scènes ou Caprices pour le Violon, 9 Studies and Prélude ou Improvisation for solo violin are both works of great charm and study material of the highest order, using all the resources at the command of the romantic violinist.
Charles Auguste de Beriot: 12 Scenes or Caprices, Op. 109
No. 1. La Separation
No. 2. La Polka
No. 3. Le Lezard
No. 4. Le Depart
No. 5. La Fougue
No. 6. La Banniere
No. 7. Le Caprice
No. 8. Saltarella
No. 9. La Reine
No. 10. Marche Russe
No. 11. L'inquietude
No. 12. La Consolation
Charles Auguste de Beriot: 9 Studies
No. 1. Allegro agitato
No. 2. Allegro moderato
No. 3. Moderato
No. 4. Energico
No. 5. Melody: Largo
No. 6. Gulnare: Andantino
No. 7. March: Moderato
No. 8. Allegro vivace
No. 9. In imitation of the old masters: Moderato
Charles Auguste de Beriot: Prelude or Improvisation, Op. posth.
Prelude or Improvisation, Op. posth.
“Bella Hristova… clearly enjoys playing these pieces. The brilliant passages come easily to her, and her playing throughout is neat and polished, with an elegance that perfectly suits the music.”