BA9695 - Concert Pieces for Cello and Piano Default title

Concert Pieces for Cello and Piano

ISBN: 9790006536580, Ref: BA9695 new

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Concert Pieces for Cello and Piano Solo cello with piano accompaniment Easy to moderately difficulty 18 effective pieces for early public appearances Suitable for use after Early Start on the Cello, vol. 3 (BA 8998) and vol. 4 (BA 8999) Tried and tested fingering and bowing marks In the line with the series Barenreiter's Concert Pieces which comprises editions geared towards young violinists, we are now publishing a separate collection for young cellists playing their first concerts. This edition contains 18 easy-to-learn concert pieces from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods including Dvorak's Humoresque, Mendelssohn Bartholdy's Song without Words, Faure's Berceuse and The Swan by Camille Saint-Saens. The editor is Christoph Sassmannshaus, the grandson of the founder of The Sassmannshaus tradition, Egon Sassmannshaus.
Simonetti, Achille , Madrigal | Beethoven, Ludwig van, Menuett | Dvorak, Antonin, Humoresque op. 101/7 | Wolf, Hugo, Wiegenlied/Wiegenlied | Gabriel-Marie, Jean, La Cinquantaine | Goltermann, Georg, Notturno op. 43/3 | Goltermann, Georg, Notturno op. 92/1 | Have ten, Willem, Romance op. 12/1 | Seitz, Friedrich , Die Zigeuner kommen op.16/4 | Goltermann, Georg, Notturno op. 59/1 | Klengel, Julius, Sarabande - Gigue op. 1 | Faure, Gabriel, Berceuse op. 16 | Have ten, Willem Reverie op. 27 | Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix, Song Without Words op. 109 | Faure, Gabriel, Sicilienne op. 78 | Leclair, Jean-Marie, Gavotte | Saint-Saens, Camille, The Swan 
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