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  • Cello Macabre: Halloween Music for 2 Cellos

    #CD-16    In the Hall of the Mountain King, Funeral of the Marionettes, Funeral March, Danse Macabre,  The Erlking.  Arranged by Erinn Renyer and Ed Laut.

  • Cello Music by French Composers

    Collection compiled and edited by Otto Deri
    Faure – Elegy, Papillon, Apres un Reve
    Saint-Saens – Allegro Appassionato
    Lalo – Chants Russes
    Couperin – La Bandoline
    Debussy – Reverie, Menuet from Petite Suite
    Marais – Two Old Dances
    Massenet – Melodie Elegy from The Erynnies

  • Cello Solos (Everybody’s Favorite No. 40)

    Easy to intermediate arrangements, some including tenor clef.  Balfe – Then You’ll Remember Me; Beethoven – Minuet in G; Bizet – Habanera; Bohm – Calm as the Night; Braga – Angel’s Serenade; Brahms – Cradle Song; Chopin – Nocturne; Cui – Orientale; Debussy – Reverie; Drigo – Serenade; Dvorak – Songs My Mother Taught Me; Elgar – Salut d’Amour; Fernandez – Cielito Lindo; Fibish – Poeme; Flotow – Ah So Pure; Gabriel Marie – La Cinquantaine; Godard – Jocelyn; Gounod – Ave Maria; Grieg – I Love Thee, Solvejg’s Song, To Spring; Gruber – Silent Night; Handel – Largo; Mascagni – Intermezzo Sinfonico; Massenet – Elegie; Mendelssohn – Consolation, On Wings of Song, Spring Song; Offenbach – Barcarolle; Pierne – Serenade; Raff – Cavatina; Rubinstein – Melody in F Romance Op. 44; Saint-Saens – The Swan, My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice; Schubert – Ave Maria, Moment Musical, Serenade; Schumann – Traumerei; Sibelius – Valse Triste; Thome – Simple Aveu; Tosti – Good bye; Tchaikovsky – Andante, Chanson Triste, None But the Lonely Heart, Song Without Words; Wagner – Tannhaeuser; Yradier – La Paloma; Folk Songs – Drink to Me only with Thine Eyes, Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms, Londonderry Air

  • Cellos for Christmas (1 or 2 cellos)

    Easy arrangements of 20 carols for 1 or 2 cellos with play-along CD.  Lyrics provided so cello can play melody or accompaniment to singers. Arrangements have no more than 2 sharps or flats.  Away in a Manger, Hark the Herald Angels, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, Once in Royal David’s City, The First Noel, Silent Night, O Little Town, O Christmas Tree, O Come All Ye, See Amid the Winter’s Snow, While Shepherds Watched, The Holly and the Ivy, Angels from the Realms of Glory, We Three Kings, Good Christian Men Rejoice, We Wish You, Good King Wenceslas, God Rest Ye, Past Three O’Clock, Patapan

  • 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.

  • Chamber Music for 4 Cellos – Vol. 12

    Beethoven – God Save the King theme and variations
    Berlioz Shepherds Farewell
    Mendelssohn 3 Christmas pieces
    Wagner-Jacobowsky Aus dem Parsifal.
    Edited by Pejtsik.  Includes parts with score.  Cello I some tenor and treble clef;  Cello II some tenor.   Cello III through 4th position, Cello IV easier.

  • Chamber Music for 4 Cellos – Vol. 3

    Boccherini – Quartettino
    Grieg – Gavotte in Old Style
    J. Werner – Elegie
    Edited by Pejtsik.  Includes parts with score. Involves tenor clef, some treble in I and II.  Cello III and IV through 4th position but not easy.

  • Chamber Music for 4 Cellos – Vol. 8

    Haydn – Aus dem Kaiser-Quartett
    Tchaikovsky – Orthodox chorale
    Lyadov – Russian song
    Dvorak – Walzer
    Goltermann – Serenade
    Includes parts with score. Cello I and II should be comfortable in tenor clef.  Cello III through 4th position.  Cello IV easier than III.

  • Chamber Music for 4 Cellos Vol. 10

    Haydn – Menuetto alla Zingarese  (Cello IV has a solo)
    Mozart – Zwei deutsche Kirchenleider
    Beethoven-Bockmann – Largo appassionato
    Dvorak – Slavonic Dance
    Schubert – Der Tod und das Madchen

    Edited by Pejtsik.  Includes parts with score.  Cello I and II treble and tenor clef.  Cello III some tenor clef.  Cello IV fluent through 4th position.

  • Cheney Solos for Young Cellists Volume 1

    Simple Folk Songs:  Frere Jacques, Brahms Lullaby, The Little Fiddle, Swedish Folk Song, Entre le Boeuf et L’Ane Gris, The Nut Tree
    E. Kremser – Song of Thanksgiving
    H. Schlemuller – Scherzo Op. 12-3, Forward March Op. 14-6, Gondola Song
    Elliott W. Cheney – Livi’s Blues
    W.H. Squire – Fairytales
    Carey Cheney – Clock Tower Bells, Budapesto
    A. Vivaldi – Concerto C Major  (F. III No. 6  a/k/a  RV 399)

  • Cheney Solos for Young Cellists Volume 2

    W.H Squire –  At Twilight, Cradle Song
    Al Jarnefelt – Berceuse
    P. Hindemith – Drei Leichte Stucke  (Three Easy Pieces)
    E.W. Cheney – Running of the Bulls
    G. Pergolesi – Nina
    E. Jenkinson – Elfintanz
    N. Marcelli – Neopolitan Dance

  • Cheney Solos for Young Cellists Volume 3

    C. Debussy – Romance
    W.H. Squire – Bourree
    A. Adrorian – Serenade Basque:  Spanish Dance, Poeme, Burlesque
    G. Faure – Sicilienne
    B. Romberg – 1st movement.  Includes Cello II, III and IV parts by R. Farrar for accompaniment (4 cellos quartet)
    D. Popper – Fond Recollections Op. 64-1
    W.H. Squire – Harlequinade, Humoresque