Concertino In Hungarian Style in A Minor, Op. 21
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With this one-movement Concertino, Oskar Rieding turns to already advanced students of the violin. Aside from playing in third position, it also requires a considerable degree of dexterity and mastery of bowing. The “Hungarian style” mentioned in the title alludes to the fact that Prussian-born Rieding gave more than three decades of service at Budapest's National Theatre. Its marked rhythms recall Hungarian folk music and will appeal to more spirited young violinists.