This is a really useful collection of studies for anyone who wants to get really secure in their use of different positions. None involve any position changing, but instead focus entirely on a single position at a time. I strongly recommend this approach for really developing confidence in second position in particular, which so easily gets overlooked. The other books in his 100 Etudes, Op. 32, are also very useful, especially those for position-changing and for double stops.
I don't know about anyone else, but I'm disappointed at the list B pieces included in the new Grade 5 violin book published by the ABRSM. It's the stage at which pupils can get really inspired by tackling some wonderful pieces of romantic repertoire...and they're offered Dancla and Rieding. So I've turned to the alternatives, and strongly recommend this one. It's a great opportunity to show off the work you've done on vibrato, and to make use of the higher positions you're encountering in the scales and arpeggios.
A powerful, harrowing piece of music, from Grieg's incidental music for Peer Gynt.
I made this arrangement for string ensemble a few years ago, but for some reason never got around to using it. I was expecting it to be really useful for intermediate players who are developing an awareness of playing as an ensemble, with everybody having a role in shaping the phrases. If anyone does try it out, please let me know how well it works!
Very straightforward, with no dotted rhythms, just quavers which can be picked up aurally even if they haven't encountered them on the page before.