Bach, J.S. Concerto in A Minor
Bach, J.S. Concerto in E Major
Bach, J.S. Concerto for two violins
Barber, Samuel Violin Concerto
Beethoven, Ludwig van Violin Concerto

Bloch, Ernest Baal Shem
Bruch, Max Concerto in G Minor
Bruch, Max Scottish Fantasy
Dvorak, Antonin Violin Concerto
Haydn, Joseph Concerto in G Major
Hoover, Katherine Concerto for two violins
Kabalevsky, Dmitry Violin Concerto
Lalo, Eduardo Symphonie Espagnole
Mendelssohn, Felix Violin Concerto
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Concerto No. 3
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Concerto No. 4
Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich Violin Concerto
Vivaldi, Antonio The Four Seasons


Chausson, Ernest Poéme
Kreisler, Fritz Liebesleid
Kreisler, Fritz Praeludium and Allegro
Massanet, Jules Meditation from Thaïs
O’Connor, Mark Caprice No. 1
O’Connor, Mark Caprice No. 4
Paganini, Niccoló Moto Perpetuo
Sarasate, Pablo de Playera
Sarasate, Pablo de Romanza Andaluza
Sarasate, Pablo de Zigeunerweisen

Ysaye, Eugene Danse Rustique

Ysaye, Eugene Obsession


Barber, Thomas Banjo and Fiddle Prologue, 2017

Barber, Thomas Snapshots from a Moonshine Hootenanny, 2013

Bierly, Ameila Baffling String, 2013

Detrick, Douglas I Know How to Do This, 2017

Deyoe, Nick Fantasia I, 2004

Ryan, Nora Time Changes Everything, 2017


  • Cesar L Moreira

    Hello Casey,

    Congratulations for your work and talent.
    I listened to you recently playing at the Paula Poundstone podcast.
    I would like to know, if possible, what is excerpt that you play after Paula sings her vocabulary song.
    It sounds like Blue Jay Way form George Harrison, but I am not sure.

    Thank you

    César Moreira

  • admin

    Hello, Cesar! Nice to hear from you, and sorry for the delayed response!

    The excerpt after the vocabulary song is actually from The Legend of Zelda franchise – it’s the Song of Storms which I believe is from Windwaker. (I’ll double check that.)

    Thanks for writing!

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