Allegro Brillante by William Ten Have
Just wondering if there is an orchestral accompaniment available for Allegro Brillante by William Ten Have? I only see a piano accompaniment for the solo violin part. This is is great underplayed piece but may not be suitable for junior concerto competitions if it can't be played with an orchestra.
Thanks for your input!
YouTube has an orchestral version
Someone may have orchestrated it. It's a great competition piece, but it doesn't qualify as a "concerto" for the purposes of any competition that requires the work to actually be a concerto, as opposed to any work for which an orchestral score is acquirable.
Thank you! I somehow can't find any orchestral arrangement on YouTube, so if you would be so kind as to post the link, I would appreciate it. The concerto competition allows any piece that could be played with an orchestra. Just trying to determine if it's possible for this piece or not.
Sorry, I can't find it. I'm sure I heard an orchestral introduction somewhere...
I agree that's a nice piece. It's not uncommon for junior "concerto" competitions to allow salon pieces, but there has to be a
OMG, what memories this title brings... I played this piece as a kid. Something of a young person's Zigeunerwiesen. Thank you for making me feel young again, Nisha!
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