Cello Ensembles

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  • Bach, JS – Prelude and Fugue E minor (4 cellos)

    This work is taken from JS Bach’s “Eight Little Preludes and Fugues for the Organ” and arranged by Carole Neuen-Rabinowitz.. Cello 1 involves treble and tenor clef. Cellos 2, 3, 4 include tenor clef.  Parts with score.

  • Bach, JS – Concerto in D Minor for 4 cellos (CE-20)

    Originally written for two violins, arranged by Erinn Renyer for 4 cellos. Cello I- II in tenor clef with thumb position. Cellos III and IV through 4th position. Challenges that Bach can present… Includes parts with score.

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    Bandolim – O Voo da Mosca (4 cellos)

    Arranged for 4 cellos by Jorge Espinoza. Includes parts with score. Parts have different levels of difficulty with Cello 4 accommodating a less advanced player.

  • Barriere Sonata in G major for 2 cellos (Stutch)

    Both parts tenor clef, difficult bowing and rhythms.  [IMC #2209]

  • Bartok 18 Duos (2 cellos)

    From 44 Duos for 2 Violins arranged for 2 violoncelli by Walter Kurz.  At first blush the pieces appear deceptively simple. Most of the duets can be played with a working knowledge of first and second positions. However, phrasing, dynamic markings, changes in time signature, and complex rhythms quickly reveal much more intricate music happening here. While parts appear evenly matched, it will be helpful to play with a more advanced partner. Newer students will have questions. Highly recommended because of the broad scope of skills required and, after all, it is Bartok! The 18 pieces are short, absolutely loaded with material.

  • Bartok Hungarian Peasant Songs (4 cellos)

    Arranged for 4 cellos by Laszlo Varga.  Includes parts and score. All parts must be fluent in tenor and treble clef, metric changes.  (MC-38)

  • Bartok 33 Duos (2 cellos)

    From the 44 Duos for violin & cello, Pejtsik has transcribed 33 for 2 cellos. One book has both parts in score form. If you already own the 18 Duos, there is a little overlap in repertoire and an occasional difference in key signature.

  • Beatles for 2 cellos

    Arranged for two instruments, this book is for 2 cellos though the series has volumes for other instruments (which are all compatible).

    Contents: All My Lovin, All You Need Is Love, And I Love Her, Eleanor Rigby, The Fool On The Hill, Golden Slumber, Here Comes The Sun, Here There And Everywhere, Hey Jude, I Saw Her Standing There, I Want To Hold Your Hand, I Will, Let It Be, The Long And Winding Road, Michelle, Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown), Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da, Penny Lane, She Loves You, Something, When I’m Sixty-Four, Yellow Submarine, Yesterday

  • Beethoven Adagio, Op. 31/2 arr. 4 cellos (MC-41)

    From the piano sonata. Includes parts and score.

  • Beethoven Trio in C, Op. 87 (3 cellos)

    [IMC #2227]  Originally composed for two oboes and English horn. Cello I is entirely in tenor clef and requires thumb position; Cello II is in bass clef moving briefly above 4th position for a B; Cello III barely moves out of first position to an occasional E. There are many octave jumps in the lower positions, many ungainly passages.

  • Beethoven Sonata Op. 14 No. 1 (4 cellos)

    Includes parts and score.  *Not to be confused with String Qt No. 14 (Op. 131), Beethoven arranged the piano sonata Op. 14 for string quartet.  Varga arranged that for cello quartet.

  • Beethoven Rondo from Symphony No. 7 (4 cellos, 5 cellos )

    Arranged by Wendy Bissinger. Parts and score included. Beautiful arrangement of the 2nd mvt. Cello III and IV have some divisi passages, remain in bass clef through 4th position. Cellos I and II should be fluent in tenor clef.