Oskar Rieding's Violin Concerto in B minor (Op. 35) is one of the most common early violin concertos for beginner students. The work is written so that all notes are perfectly playable in 1st position, allowing for an early start into solo repertoire before a student has developed a solid footing in the upper positions.
|Instrumentation||Violin & Piano|
|Opus or Catalog Number||Op. 35|