I've been listening to the Myaskovsky violin concerto lately, and was surprised to find that it has been discussed very little, if at all, around here, and everywhere else on the internet.
So I was just wondering, what are your thoughts on the concerto? Favorite recordings? Any facts?
And most importantly, is there anywhere on Earth where the sheet music is available? I've tried Shar, SheetMusicPlus, general searches, and various publishers, and have come up with nothing.
Any ideas about sheet music availability, and the very difficulty of the piece would be appreciated. (I'm especially curious how difficult it is in relation to the Khachaturian concerto, since it too was composed for Oistrakh)
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