Order of Difficulty?
My name is Cal, and I'm wondering how difficult y'all think some pieces are. These are the pieces I'm talking about:
Wieniawski - Variations on a Theme
Chausson - Poeme
Saint-Saens - Intro. and Rondo Capriccioso
Ravel - Tzigane
Hubay - Carmen Fantasy
Piazzolla - Four Seasons
Ysaye - Sonata No. 4
Beethoven - Kreutzer Sonata
Sorry for the long list! I'm know not ready for every piece on this list, but I would like to have goals for the future! I'd especially like for y'all to suggest what level the pieces are to each other (if possible because the types of pieces differ).
I am sorry in advance for my answer
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They're all too hard for me. I suspect ordering will be rather "individual" because they may have different elements that are more within your skill set than others. That's why it's good to have your teacher help you decide the order in which they are studying.
Does anyone else find the levels on Violin Masterclass to be slightly odd?
Yes. Quite a few are odd.
Personally, I feel some of these level placements on some pieces are a little out of place. For example, Wieniawski Variations on an Original Theme is placed at lvl 8 on Violin Masterclass. I am currently working on Wieniawski Concerto #2 and I find the variations much harder, but find Saint-Saens Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso easier than Wieniawski. Truthfully, I feel most of these schools of thought don't make sense to me. It is really is up to the artist to decide what is hard and what is easy. Really, they just have to try stuff out.
Thank y'all so much! Eric, the pieces that you added are great!
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