Violin Concerto (Mendelssohn)

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Mendelssohn in 1846

The Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 is a work for orchestra and solo violin by Felix Mendelssohn. He completed the concerto in 1844. It was written for Leipzig concertmaster Ferdinand David. The sonata rondo finale is written in E major. The concerto is a pillar of the classical repertoire.

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  • Woodstra, Chris, et al. 2005. All Music Guide to Classical Music. All Media Guide, LLC. p. 825. ISBN 0-87930-865-6.