Allegro in F Major, Op. 22, No. 6
Very Easy Melodious Exercise - Very Easy Piece in the First PositionThis energic Allegro in F Major, Op. 22, No. 6 was originally composed for the violin in the key of C Major.
It is the last of six pieces in Elgar's Very Easy Melodious Exercises in the First Position for Violin with Pianoforte Accompaniment, Op. 22.
This score is a transcription for viola with piano accompaniment.
It is set in the key of F Major.
The viola part of this Allegro is appropriate for Grade 2 viola students.
It can be played entirely in the first position.
This Allegro Op. 22, No. 6 by Edward Elgar features a A-A-B-B-A musical form.
Phrase A (measures 1 to 8 and 17 to 24) is to be played forte and features accented notes and spiccato.
Phrase B (measures 9 to 16) is a contrasting section played in a softer p tone.
Duration : 01:33
Source : Edward Elgar, Very Easy Melodious Exercises in the First Position, Op. 22 (London : F.W. Chanot, 1892).
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