Violin Sonata No. 2 in A major, Op. 39, (for violin and piano)
I. Allegro grazioso
II. Scherzo. Allegro
IV. Finale. Allegro
She is a wonderful female pianist and composer. She was the only female piano professor at the Paris Conservatoire in the 19th century. Many of her students graduated with first prizes and became professional performers. Her compositions for piano were also successful, admired by the likes of Robert Schumann. She began to try to write chamber music in the 1830s, and the work to be performed today was written by her in 1850. Many times I don’t think it’s like a violin sonata, it’s more like a piano, the piano part is really beautiful, haha, I hope you enjoy it.
Lifeng Tang is a violinist, educator, and music advocate. He encourages students to think and explore instead of just getting an answer. This way makes his students feel curious and interested in music instead of pressure and tasks.
He served as a teaching assistant in Guangxi Arts Institute, Professor counseling assistance to complete the task of teaching. Has been invited to join Discovery Bay Music Education, Shu Wen Institute of Education as a violin teacher was invited to serve as the thirteenth teenagers piano and strings competition as the judges of the Strings Group, good to teach 9-18 year-olds, there are certain basic music students, to help them overcome the difficulties and problems skill. “Exploring without interest is really boring.” He once led the students to practice Mozart’s works together, such as k525, k136. The students would happily share their insights with him before playing and asked him how to solve some technical problems in expression. He always encouraged them And patiently answer their questions.
His teachers include Huang Peng from the Guangxi University of Arts, Professor Dong Xuerao, Professor Xu Lu from Central Conservatory of Music, and Professor Anna from Longy Music School. He said, “Professors Xu Lu and Anna helped me a lot in terms of music. , Especially Professor Anna, I have benefited a lot from her explanation of the changes in musical colors.”