I have a question for those of you who regularly play violin duet repertoire. I am looking for a Mazas duet that I played c. 30 years ago but never managed to get out of my ears.
It’s in G, 4/4, and starts as harmless as they come, but ends in a Rossini-like finale frenzy. I try do give a sufficient description. A semicolon means a bar line.
Beginning, primo: dotted half note d', quarter note g'; quarter note b', half note b', quarter note d"; slurs to quarter note e', half note e', quarter note g'; quarter note c' ...
Beginning, secondo: Spiccato eighth notes, alternating b-g; same, d'-g; same, c'-g; same, e'-g ... You get the idea.
The piece is incredible fun. Pleas help me tracking it down!
Thanks in advance,
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