Early in February of next year, I'm going to be putting on a recital at a local retirement home. The only piece that is definitely on the program so far is Mozart's violin concerto no. 4. I have a number of pieces I could program with the Mozart, but I'm looking for some more opinions on repertoire. Since the recital is still several months away, I have time to learn a new piece (or two or three) as well. Examples of some of the other pieces I've covered include: assorted solo Bach, the Bruch, the Mendelssohn, Kreisler's Recetativo and Scherzo, Saint-Saens' Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, and Brahms' Hungarian Dance no. 5.
The recital is to be (I think) 45 minutes to an hour long. I have accompaniment available, however, I would love some suggestions of unaccompanied music as well.
So: what do you think would go well with Mozart no. 4 on a recital? Thanks in advance for any and all input!
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