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    Default Very little known violin concerts.

    I've the idea of name very little known composers of violin concerts that you'll not heard live anywhere, all of them I have. As a certified maniac, I'll follow alphabetical order. Maybe some of you'll be motivate to investigate those guys:

    AFANASIEV Leonid.

    ARNESTAD BJAERKE Finn.

    ARUTIUNIAN Alexander.

    BABADJANIAN Arno.

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    I have the Arutiunian on a Chandos CD.
    Und Morgen wird die Sonne wieder scheinen.....

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    BLEUSE Mark
    BOYLE Ian
    BORGERTH Oscar
    BORRESEN Hakon

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    BUSONI.

    CASELLA Alfredo

    CLEMENT Franz

    COLLET Henri "Flamenco concerto"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hassid View Post
    I've the idea of name very little known composers of violin concerts that you'll not heard live anywhere, all of them I have. As a certified maniac, I'll follow alphabetical order. Maybe some of you'll be motivate to investigate those guys:

    AFANASIEV Leonid.

    ARNESTAD BJAERKE Finn.

    ARUTIUNIAN Alexander.

    BABADJANIAN Arno.
    I have heard the Babadzhanyan. Not a bad piece.
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    Some A's and B's (I don't seem to be able to offer any C's) for you from my collection:

    John Adams (wonderful)

    William Alwyn (a rather disappointing piece from a composer I usually enjoy)

    Arensky (very Tchaikovskian)

    Tor Aulin (big Romantic piece)

    Berwald (not his best, but worth hearing)

    Bax (worth a listen)

    Havergal Brian (a tough nut to crack)
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    CONSTANTINESCU Paul.

    CHAVEZ.

    CHEVREUILLE Raymond. Nş2

    CZARNECKI Stawomir: for violin and strings
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    Janiewicz:



    Paderewski:



    Lipiński:



    Młynarski:

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    DEVREESE Godfried Nş1.
    DIAMOND David Nş2.
    DIETRICH Albert.
    DMITRIEV Georgi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hassid View Post
    DEVREESE Godfried Nş1.
    DIAMOND David Nş2.
    DIETRICH Albert.
    DMITRIEV Georgi.
    I have the Diamond. I quite like his music. Some other little-known D's to recommend:


    Dohnányi, Ernő (2 late Romantic concertos with a subtle Hungarian feel)

    Dutilleux, Henri - L'arbre des songes (one of the finest of all 20th-century violin concertos)

    Dyson, George (wonderful post-Elgarian concerto)

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    Have Dohnnanyi & Dyson. I wouldn't name those.

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    EIGES Oleg.
    EINEM Gottfried von.
    EGGE Klaus.
    ELLING Catharinus.

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    ERKIN Ulvi Cermal.
    ESHPAI Andrei: Nş2.
    FAURE unfinished concerto, only first movement.
    FINZI Gerald.

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    Tan Dun violin concerto, premiere around 2010 by Lin Cho Liang, saw it in Singapore. It used a drum set. Up till now I think no recording yet.

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    There are probably hundreds not recorded yet. And similar quantity nor even published, like the second violin concerto by Karl Goldmark.

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