5 Most Beautiful Classical Pieces for Violin

by Damien Guilard | August 26, 2020
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Looking for a music piece that will help you perfect your practice? Discover in this article a selection of the 5 most beautiful classical masterpieces for confirmed violinists. You can also find all these pieces in Metronaut app and play accompanied by an orchestra.

Without further ado, let us introduce these great pieces through anecdotes about their prestigious composers such as Thaïs or Pachelbel.

1. "Méditation" from Thaïs

The Thaïs Meditation is a piece from the opera Thaïs by Jules Massenet. Transcendence is the watchword of this famous violin solo piece. It is a cocktail of love, suffering, pain, joy, sadness and peace. Are you ready to shake it? Preview on Metronaut

2. Pachelbel's Canon

Definitely an All-Time-Greatest Hit! Always a pleasure to listen to. The melody evolves and becomes gradually more complex: ideal to improve your fingers flexibility and accuracy! Preview on Metronaut

3. J. S. Bach's Violin Concerto in A Minor

You may not be aware but at your fingertips lies something precious and rare… From Bach’s work for violin only a few concertos remain and this is one of them. Enjoy (re)discovering this unique beauty and take it all in! Preview on Metronaut

4. Monti's Czardas

Csárdás is a composition by Italian composer Vittorio Monti originally composed for violin, mandolin or piano. This folkloric piece is based on a Hungarian csárdás. Oh what’s a Csárdás ? It’s a traditional Hungarian folk dance characterized by a tempo variation: it starts out slowly and ends in a very fast tempo! Preview on Metronaut

5. Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 3

Start your day with this joyful concerto! We think it’s the best musical breakfast: Bright colors in the theme as a starter provide the energy you need to take for the rest of your day, happiness on the side piano accompaniment with fresh harmonies and modulations as the main course... Enjoy your meal! Preview on Metronaut

Damien from Metronaut Team