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2 violas - Difficulty: medium-difficult
Composed by Alessandro Rolla (1757-1841). Classical. Instrumental duet book. With standard notation. Edition Peters #EP8312. Published by Edition Peters (PE.EP8312).
Edited by Ulrich Druner. Paperback. Viola-Etuden (Viola Etudes). Performance score. 63 pages. Duration 16 minutes. Baerenreiter Verlag #BA06614. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA06614).
Viola and string orchestra - Level 6 (of 6)
O Quartetto d'archi. Composed by Alessandro Rolla (1757-1841). Edited by Kenneth Martinson. This edition: Urtext. Folder with 7 inserts. Key: F major. Classical. Score and 6 parts. With Language: English. BI. 330. Published by Gems Music Publications (GE.GPL-200).
Violin and viola
Composed by Alessandro Rolla (1757-1841). Edited by Franz Beyer. Sheet music. Set of parts. Amadeus Verlag #BP 1030. Published by Amadeus Verlag (M7.BP-1030).
Harp and Piano (Violin and Harp)
Composed by Alessandro Rolla (1757-1841). Score and parts. Published by Ut Orpheus (UT.MAG-03).
Viola and cello, violin
Trio No. 3 E-flat major. Composed by Alessandro Rolla (1757-1841). Score and part(s). With Standard notation. 76 pages. Zimmermann #ZZM 30240. Published by Zimmermann (PR.ZM30240).
- Sonata in C major for viola and bass (BI 323)
- Sonata in D minor for viola and bass (BI 324)
- Sonata in E flat major for viola and bass (BI 325)
- Sonata in A flat major for viola and bass (BI 327)
- Duet in F major for Viola and Cello (BI 326)
- Three Pieces for viola solo, Op. posth
- "Duetti Concertanti per Violino e Violoncello, dedicati ai Sig.ri Bignami"
- Duetto I in Sib maggiore
When Paganini arrived the two most important personalities were Alessandro Rolla and Ferdinando Paer, who was chapel-master of the Dukedom. Rolla on the other hand was a violin and a viola virtuoso as well as Director of the Court Orchestra. Although Rolla was one of the most important custodians of the Italian instrumental tradition, Paganini did not need the Master’s tuition for long. Rolla soon introduced him to Gasparo Ghiretti, who gave him lessons in harmony and counterpoint.
It is also curious to note that Alessandro Rolla, after his transfer to Milan, was a member of the adjudicating commission which rejected another famous Parmesan, Giuseppe Verdi, at the entry examination in the Conservatory of the city.