Viola part from Gavotte for violin and string orchestra

Composer
Jean Becker
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Jean Becker (May 5, 1833 October 10, 1884) was a prominent German violinist from Mannheim in the Grand Duchy of Baden.

During his career, Becker toured extensively, both as a solo virtuoso, and later, using a Stradivarius violin (made 1685), as a chamber music performer. He was the founder, and first violinist of the Florentine Quartet which was famous throughout the world at the time. He composed some short pieces for the violin, one of which is a Gavotte known to students of the violin today who pursue the Suzuki Method. Antonin Dvorak's "Slavonic" String Quartet No. 10 in E Flat Major Op. 51 (1879) was dedicated to him This Gavote is from Violin suzuki method volume 3


Composer
Jean Becker
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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