Violotta

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Violotta

Classification
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A violotta is a tenor viola (or tenor violin) invented by the German luthier Alfred Stelzner and patented in 1891. It is tuned in G D A E, an octave below the violin. Other instruments called “tenor violin” were tuned a step lower: F C G D (a fifth below the viola).[citation needed]
It is rarely used by composers. One of the few works where it is used is the String Quintet in A by Felix Draeseke. It is also used in Max von Schillings’ opera Der Pfeifertag (1899), and in Sergei Taneyev’s String Trio in E♭ major, Op. 31 (1911).

Contents

1 Discography
2 See also
3 References
4 External links

Discography[edit]

1971? – Hurst, Alberta. Alberta Hurst, Tenor Violin. LP. Los Angeles, California: Crystal Records. (Contains music arranged for tenor violin by Boccherini, Bach, Telemann, and Gal.)

See also[edit]

Tenor violin
Viola Profonda
Violin octet

References[edit]

Kory, Agnes (1994). “A Wider Role for the Tenor Violin?”. The Galpin Society Journal. 47 (M

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