Christmas Carols for 4 Cellos - Novice (CE14) - Silent Night, In Dulci Jubilo, Adoremus Te, The Holly and the Ivy, Away in the Manger
Includes parts and score. Cello I requires the cellist to play at least through upper third position. Other cellists can stay in first but the more positions you know, the more opportunities you have to vibrate longer notes. Pretty arrangements, even if your group is more advanced.
Christmas Carols for 4 Cellos - Intermediate (CE-8) - Waltz of the Flowers, March from the Nutcracker, Carol of the Bells, Vivaldi's Winter (1st movement)
Includes parts and score. Parts of unequal difficulty. Cello I treble, tenor clef (no thumb position). Cello II, some tenor clef. Cello III and IV through 3rd position.
Traditional Carols for 2 Cellos (CD-18) - O Holy Night, We Three Kings, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, The First Noel, O Come Emmanuel
Parts of unequal difficulty. Designed for student solo (1st and 2nd positions) with teacher accompaniment (chords, arpeggios)
Collection - Christmas
Merry Christmas for Strings (String Quartet)- Adeste Fideles, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, Il est ne le divin enfant, Jingle Bells, Les anges dans nos campagnes, O Du Frohliche, Silent Night, O Tannenbaum, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, What Child is This
Arrangements for string quartet. Includes optional Violin 3 part.
Collection - Stromme
Swing into Christmas, 15 Christmas Classics for solo cello with CD accompaniment
Carols arranged in jazz style for soloist (you) with play-along jazz rhythm section CD. Fingerings are not provided, some songs are harder than others but most stay within 1st and upper 2nd positions.
Corelli - Bissinger
Christmas Concerto from Concerto Grosso Op. 6, No. 8 arr. for 4 cellos
Arranged by Wendy Bissinger.
Cellos I and II require fluency in tenor and treble clef. III and IV stay in bass clef but with some fast passage work. Ideal for the Christmas season, the three movement work includes the Grave/Allegro, Adagio/Vivace, and Allegro.
Music for Multiples
Christmas Quodlibet for 4 Cellos
Christmas Quodlibet is an opportunity for four cellists to play 15 Christmas carols and the Hallelujah Chorus in less than 4 minutes. For those who love the pieces, it should be fun. For those who have heard/played them more than seems sensible in one lifetime, it's a chance to get through them in record time.here.