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This is a gorgeous, idyllic, pastoral song by the excellently named Norwegian violinist and composer, Ole Bull. Those herd-girls must be having a really lovely Sunday!
Johann Vierdank was a composer of the early 1600s. His Capriccio II features some wonderfully antiphonal, delightfully conversational interplay between the two parts.
The German pianist and composer, Carl Bohm, really knew how to write a good tune! This is a fine example of a Sarabande — a slow, stately dance with 3 beats in a bar.
This set of variations for three violins by Aleksey Yanshinov is a real bag of treats … there are loads of different techniques, styles and moods to get stuck into!
This lovely, lilting, flowing, yearning, dancing Medieval/Renaissance Ronde - written by that mysterious composer ‘Anon.’! - is exclusively arranged for two violins.
Largo' is the opening aria from the 1738 opera, Serse, by Handel. It's sung by Xerxes I of Persia as he admires the lovely, sweet shade of a plane tree!
A fun, 3-movement piece for strings with some great melodies!
Probably virtuoso violinist Niccolò Paganini's most famous tune! The main theme of Caprice No.24 is joyful and exciting, and played using the hooked bowing technique.
This fabulous fantasia by Leo Portnoff features passionate melodies, a rip-roaring Russian dance, and plenty of different patterns and techniques for the bowing arm.
A ‘Bransle’ is a type of Renaissance dance popular in the early 16th century … lots of dancers, in a line or circle, usually holding hands, having a merry old time!

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