Among the descriptions I noticed:
Symphony No. 3 (Sinfonia concertante) for Violin and Orchestra. Aho started writing a violin concerto, but the work took him in a slightly different direction.
Can some kind soul explain what the difference is between a 'Violin Concerto' and 'Symphony for Violin and Orchestra'?
Is it that the concerto must be in Sonata form and the symphony can be more flexible, or some more obscure reason?
P.S. First visit back to the site since before the holidays! So much to read!