Written years ago and at one time feared destroyed in the Napoleonic wars, the score, Paganini's Violin Con certo No. His record ing company, the Dutch firm of Philips, which played a great part in flushing the manuscript out of hiding, de clined to discuss the matter this week, presumably be cause of the need for busi ness secrecy. Szeryng, however, said he expected to give the work its first public performance in modern times late this summer or early in the fall, probably in the composer's native city, Genoa. The story of Paganini's manuscripts is a tangled web, chiefly because the virtuoso jealously kept them secret, for fear his technical discov eries would be stolen by oth er musicians. Only his 24 Caprices and some works with guitar which he played dazzingly well, it is said were published in his life time. After his death, his illegiti mate son, Baron Archillino, whom the violinist legitima tized by law so that he could inherit his wealth, scattered the Paganini papers to vari ous buyers. Szeryng, obviously ex cited by the opportunity to unveil a work of such in tense interest, showed a visitor to his midtown hotel room a photographic copy of the complete concerto, and happily sang through its melodies and florid pas sages. The uncovering of the score, the violinist said, came as a personal thrill for him, after many years of trying to hunt it down. Szeryng said. The Concerto No, 4 in D Minor, written in , was discovered and published in , and recorded by Arthur Grumiaux.
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The Violin Concerto No. On 12 December , Paganini wrote from Naples to his friend L. Germi that, having recently completed his Second Violin Concerto, he had now "finished orchestrating a third with a Polacca", and added: "I would like to try these concertos out on my own countrymen before producing them in Vienna, London and Paris.
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