Hungarian composer Ernst von Dohnanyi wrote many masterpieces besides the famous piano quintet. Unlike his fellow classmate Bela Bartok, Dohnanyi did not strike as a modern (avant-garde) type composer in his time.
Yet, more I listen to his compositions, more I love and respect his ideas in music. For example, Dohnanyi's second violin concerto has a unique orchestration. It is written for violin solo, woodwinds, brass, lower strings, and percussion. That in a ways makes perfect sense: why to double and mix into the solo violin the entire violin I and II sections. As a result, you can hear the perfect orchestral sonority. I personally did not even notice the absence of violin chorus at first.
Please, listen to this wonderful example of Dohnanyi's creativity in his masterful second violin concerto.