These pieces can be played whether you are 2 cellos, 3 cellos or 4 cellos. Cello 1 requires knowledge of tenor clef and thumb position. Cello II is the most challenging as it has more shifting in neck positions. Cellos III and IV may be played by less experienced players. Contents: Fall Recollections at Dressing Table, Whether He Knows or Not, Little Cabbage, General’s Command, Jiaocheng Mountain, Elunchun Folk Tune.
No. 8 from Book 1 of the Well Tempered Clavier, arranged in A minor for 4 cellos by Laszlo Varga. Solos spread throughout 4 parts, fluency in the upper ranges required for Cello I and II. III involves tenor clef, IV through 4th position. While the note ranges vary, the rhythmic demands and complexity exist in all parts. Includes score and parts.
Sonata for Viola de gamba and harpsichord arranged by Jorge Espinoza for 3 cellos. Parts 1 and 2 of similar difficulty, tenor clef while Cello 3 has same rhythmic challenges but remains in bass clef. Includes parts with score.
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