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I think there's a lack of suitable resources for intermediate students.
U can find quite a number of easy violin piece( for beginners to grade 3 ) , while the bulk is more suitable for slightly advanced students...especially those who are well past grade 7.

It's quite frustrating really. Most of the music that u find for grade 5-6 are normally baroque routines, or classical excerpts. And I don't like to teach simplified or editorial versions.

And this came to my attention recently: Kreisler's Love is Sorrow, and Love is joy.
Wonderful works for intermediate students... and it's manageable, COMPLETE( I hate excerpts), and most importantly make them sound really nice.
Real, romantic, 'DEEP' music for the intermediate for once( and not the usual Vivaldi , Mazas etc. ). Hmmm...

Do u know of any suitable resources for the intermediate or early advanced students? Not talking about technical studies/suzukis/baroque collections/simplified Mozart, Beethoven's Sonatas...
I mean real, complete music? <_<
 

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Yeah, Schubert Sonatinas...
I haven't came across the Dvorak ones before. What level is it? U mean all his sonatinas are manageable?
I know the earlier Mozart is okay. But it'll be excerpt... esp the divertimento. :(
 
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