Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 78 (1938)

Recording: Not yet available

Solo: Violin

Orchestration: 2,2,2,2-4,2,2,1-timp+3-str

Duration: 20:00 minutes

Publisher: The Marc Lavry Heritage Society

Synopsis:
The Concerto for Violin and Orchestra was composed for violinist Andreas Weissgerber – Lavry’s friend – who premiered it on June 20, 1939 with the Radio Symphony Orchestra of Palestine.

The movements of this composition are:

  • Allegro Moderato (Marcia)
  • Andante
  • Allegro Assai
Davar Newspaper - Marc Lavry Discusses His Work

Davar Newspaper – Marc Lavry Discusses His Work

In a 1939 interview with the Hebrew Davar newspaper Lavry discusses his compositions:

My Concerto for Violin and Orchestra is one of the latest works from December 1938. This is a pure concerto, yet even here there us much that I could not have written outside of Israel.
The concerto has three movements, but I deviated from the norm. The first movement is an Allegro with Cadenza; the second begins as a Cadenza but progresses to Allegro; and the third movement is a Vivace with a dance rhythm.

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