Violin Concerto Movement 2 (Mendelssohn) – Piano Solo


This incredibly beautiful movement from Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto has been arranged here for piano solo. Best for late elementary to early intermediate pianists, this arrangement requires a graceful touch, gentle tone, legato, rubato, and expressive dynamics. No pedal; it’s all about finger technique here and balancing melody with accompaniment. At times the melody transitions from RH to LH, and the melodic path is marked with dashed lines to help students keep track of it. This arrangement is accessible for smaller pianists: there’s no pedal, the slow tempo facilitates larger melodic stretches, and the largest harmonic interval is P5. Also makes a lovely performance piece.

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Late Beginner to Early Intermediate


C Major



Teaching Tools

6/8 time signature, melody markers, fingering, dynamics, legato, rubato, accidentals, arpeggio, sixteenth notes, ritardando, fermata, seconds, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, sevenths

Largest Interval (for hand span)

harmonic P5 (also includes melodic 6ths and 7ths on white keys; if needed to maintain legato, rework with LH assist)


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