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  • Bach, JS – Pieces from Cantata No. 140 “Wachet Auf” (4 cellos)

    Arranged by Wendy Bissinger.  Cellos I and II require fluency in tenor and treble clef.  Cellos III and IV remain in bass and are less challenging in range and rhythm.

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

    Allegretto is entitled “Rondo” which is a little confusing.  Arranged by Wendy Bissinge, 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.

  • Bissinger American Folk Songs (4 cellos)

    Shenandoah, All the Pretty Little Horses, Erie Canal, Simple Gifts.  Cello I and II require knowledge of tenor clef. Includes parts and score.

  • Bissinger Folk Songs from the British Isles (4 cellos)

    Includes parts and score. Parts are graded, Cello I and I require knowledge of tenor and treble clef

  • Christmas Carols for Cellos (3 cellos, 4 cellos)

    Arranged by Wendy Bissinger, this single volume includes arrangements for both 3 and 4 cellos.  See the breakdown below.  Each booklet is presented with all parts in score form.

    For 3 cellos:  Jingle Bells, Jolly Old St. Nicholas, Away in the Manger, The First Noel, Silent Night, Carol of the Bells, Deck the Halls, Ding Dong Merrily on High, Carol of the Bells, O Come Emmanuel,

    For 4 cellos:  Joy to the World, Huron Carol, Christ is Born, Silent Night, What Child is This, We Wish You a Merry Christmas.  Some pieces have a part in tenor or treble clef, others are in bass clef.

  • Corelli Christmas Concerto from Concerto Grosso Op. 6, No. 8 (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.

  • Dona Nobis Pacem (4 cellos)

    Arranged by Wendy Bissinger.  Includes parts and score. Cello I and II briefly read treble, but the range is barely above the A harmonic. Cello III bass clef through 4th position. Cello IV can be played in 1st position

  • Michael Finnigin for 3 cellos

    A study in key changes, chromatic progressions, and left hand positions! Cello I tenor clef, Cello II and III bass clef, everyone gets 2 sharps, 3 flats, 4 sharps, 1 flat, 6 sharps . . . tee hee.  Arranged by Wendy Bissinger.