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  • Alte Kammermusik – Early Chamber Music for 2 cellos, 3 cellos

    Early Pieces for 2 and 3 cellos edited by Pejtsik.  Playable in first position, though knowledge of other positions will give you more options in fingering. Many bowing and rhythmic challenge within the comfortable range of notes.   Familiar tunes by Telemann, Bach, Purcell, Haydn, Schubert and the gang.

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    Bach, JS – BWV 1029 Sonata (3 cellos)

    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.

  • 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.

  • Boismortier Three Sonaten for 3 Cellos

    More advanced material with Cello I in treble and tenor, Cello II and III in tenor and bass clefs. Ornamentation. Parts, no score.   Edited by Thomas-Mifune.  [GM 1186]

  • Cervetto 3 Trios for 3 cellos (I-III)

    (GM 114a)   Volume one includes trios 1-3, parts only, no score.  Cello I and II require fluency in tenor clef, though the note range often doesn’t warrant the clef.  Cello II is easier, Cello III easier, all in bass clef.

  • Chamber Music for 3 Cellos – Vol. 4

    Haydn – Trio
    Purcell – Chaconne
    Mozart – Canon inversus, Canzonetta, Adagio
    Elgar – Salut d’amour
    Edited by Pejtsik.  Includes score and parts. Cello I and II involve some tenor clef. While Cello III plays in lower positions there are still counting and rhythmic challenges.  Edited by Pejtsik.  Includes score with parts.

  • Christmas Kaleidoscope (2 cellos, 3 cellos)

    Set of two volumes. Each book has melody and two harmony lines in score form. Vol. 1 contents: Jolly Old St. Nicholas, Good King Wenceslas, Adestes Fideles, The Infant King, Up on the Housetop, We Wish you a Merry Christmas, We Three Kings, Away in a Manger, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, The First Noel, Angels We Have Heard on High, God Rest We Merry Gentlemen, Deck the Halls, Joy to the World. Vol. 2 contents: Silent Night, Lo How a Rose, O Little Town of Bethlehem, The Friendly Beasts, Coventry Carol, The Holly and the Ivy, O Christmas Tree, Bring a Torch Jeanette Isabella, What Child is This, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, I Heard the Bells, The Bell Doth Toll, Christmas is Coming, Good Christian Men Rejoice, Masters in This Hall, Here We Come A-Caroling

  • Dotzauer Six Pieces for 3 Cellos, Op. 104

    Challenging pieces. Cello I and II treble clef. Cello III bass clef but with lots of rhythmic and bowing issues,  double stops.  Edited by Stutch.

  • Fugues for Cello Trio (3 cellos)

    Includes parts and score. Cello I must be fluent in tenor clef. Cello II, III bass clef through 4th position. Many bowing and rhythmic challenges.

  • Gazda Compatible Trios for Weddings (3 cellos)

    Page layout is in score form, three parts on a page which suggests you should purchase 3 books so each member has a part.   20 trios of classic wedding fare, parts of uneven difficulty. Arranged by Doris Gazda and Larry Clark.  While parts are available for Mixed Ensembles, we only stock cello and would special order other parts upon request.

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    Gibbons – Fantasia 5 (3 cellos)

    Arranged by Jorge Espinoza, this trio is accessible to cellists fluent through 4th position. Parts are of similar difficulty. Includes score with parts.

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    Gibbons – Fantasia 8 (3 cellos)

    Arranged by Jorge Espinoza, this trio is accessible to cellists comfortable through 4th position. Parts are of slightly uneven difficulty in that Cello 3 has a lower range of notes.