"The violinist Oskar Rieding’s greatest claim to fame lies in his contribution to Hungarian music, in particular, the musical life of Budapest. Born in 1840 in the north of Germany, he attended first the recently founded Academy of Musical Arts in Berlin, later the Leipzig Conservatory. Towards the end of the 1860s, he moved to Vienna, where in 1871, the celebrated conductor, Hans Richter, at that time Musical Director of the National Opera House in Budapest, appointed Rieding as Leader of the orchestra there. He remained for thirty-two years and composed a number of violin concertos and many salon pieces for violin and piano. Following his retirement in 1904, he lived in Cilli [then in Hungary, now in modern Slovenia] until his death in 1918."
This short biography is the only information I found online on June 20, 2016, but I found it attributed to two different people: Eberhart Sengpiel on musicalics.com and Giuliana Darcy on dolmetsch.com. I'm not certain if either actually wrote it of if they both found it elsewhere and contributed it to those websites. The same exact biography is available on other websites, but without an attribution. There is a nice list of his works at imslp.org if you'd like to check it out. If you're really into solving the mystery of who Oscar - sometimes spelled Oskar - Rieding, I invite you to have fun researching him!
Violin Concerto in B minor op.35
Shumeyko Natali, violin
Igor Shapovalov, conductor
Kharkov Philharmonic Orchestra
Violin Concerto in G major op 24 3rd movement
Josephine Kim, violin
Jonathan Kim, piano
Concertino op.24, 1st mvt.
Dorian Lamotte, violin
Profesor en la Universidad Mayor, Santiago, Chile
Concertino in G major for violin op 24
Movement 1 : Allegro moderato (0:00)
Movement 2 : Andante sostenuto (5:34)
Movement 3 : Allegro (8:43)
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