Arranged for Violin solo by Roman Kim
Mozart’s Serenade No. 13 in G major for Strings K. 525 has become world-famous under the entry he made in his personal catalogue of works: “Eine kleine Nachtmusik”. Though normally performed by a string ensemble, Roman Kim plays its first movement “Allegro” on a single violin!
As with Bach’s “Air”, Kim has produced a “violin reduction” containing all the essential parts. Its performance requires not only double stops but triple and even quadruple stops, left-hand pizzicato and many other tricks of the trade. The show effect is guaranteed!