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  • Cheney Solos for Young Cellists Volume 4

    G.F. Handel – Sonata C Major
    P. Bazelaire – Suite Francaise (3 of 5 mvts included):  Bourree d’Auvergne, Chanson d’Alsace, Chanson de Bresse
    M. Marais – Le Basque
    C. Cui – Orientale from Kaleidoscope
    G. Goltermann – Etude-Caprice, Op. 54-4

  • Cheney Solos for Young Cellists Volume 5

    Elgar – Salut d’ Amour
    Couperin – Siciliene, La Tromba, Plainte, Air de Diable
    Schumann – Adagio and Allegro Op. 70
    Popper – Mazurka
    Bridge – Meditation
    Summer Julie-O

  • Cheney Solos for Young Cellists Volume 6

    MENDELSSOHN – Song Without Words
    BOCCHERINI – Sonata C Major, G. 4  (includes an additional version for 2 cellos)
    FAURE – Papillon Op. 77
    BLOCH – Prayer from Jewish Life
    M. FORSYTH – Eclectic Suite (Pops’ Cycle): Potpourri, Song of Light, Ripsnorter Finale

  • Christmas Carols Vol. 1 Novice (4 Cellos)

    [ CE-14] Silent Night, In Dulci Jubilo, Adoremus Te, The Holly and the Ivy, Away in the Manger. Includes parts and score. Cello I requires the cellist to play at least through upper third position. Other cellists can stay in first but the more positions you know, the more opportunities you have to vibrate longer notes. Pretty arrangements, even if your group is more advanced.  Arranged by Erinn Renyer.

  • Christmas Carols Vol. 2 Novice (4 Cellos)

    (CE-15)  O Come Emmanuel, Angels We Have Heard on High, It Came Upon the Midnight Clear.  Includes parts with score.  All parts can be played in first position, but cellists who can shift will have more fingering options to avoid open strings if they wish to use vibrato.  Arranged by Erinn Renyer.

  • 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, which allows for easily switching to other parts if you are repeating carols.  *See note about Big Note Carols (at bottom)

    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.  It fits a variety of skill sets.

    BIG NOTE CAROLS is a companion book with each cello’s part in a separate booklet, with larger font, for beginners.   11 of the 16 total carols are included in this volume, so both books can be used at the same time to accommodate groups of mixed abilities.   It has its own listing – this is just an alert that it exists.

  • 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

  • Christmas Traditions for string quartet

    Arranged by Carole N. Rabinowitz.  Contents:  Joy to the World, O Come O Come Emmanuel, The First Noel, Silent Night, Deck the Halls, Lo How a Rose, Hark the Herald Ages Sing, What Child is This, Bring a Torch Jeanette Isabella, We Wish You a Merry Christmas

  • Collier Cellist’s Favorite Contest Album

    *Allegro Appassionato – Saint-Saens;   Andante from Concerto in A Minor – Goltermann; Andante Cantabile – Lucke;  Arioso – Bach-Isaac;  Ave Maria – Schubert;  Bourree – Squire; Chant sans paroles – Tchaikovsky;  Elegy – Massenet;  Estrellita – Ponce;  Fond Recollections – Popper;  *Kol Nidre – Bruch;  Minuet in G – Beethoven;  Nina – Pergolese;  *Scherzo – van Goens;  The Swan – Saint-Saens.
    Includes code for an mp3 audio download of piano accompaniments of each piece.   Three pieces indicated by * includes the cello track.

  • Duets for Violin and Violoncello, for Beginners, Volume 1

    Collection of various short pieces by well-known classical composers, arranged by Lajos Vigh.  If you are an adult beginner, they are not nursery rhyme tunes, despite the drawings.

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    Feuermann Legacy – 6 Solo Pieces from Feuermann’s Repertoire

    Handel Adagio and Allegro, Davidoff At the Fountain, Popper Hungarian Rhapsody, Chopin Polonaise Brillante, Dvorak Rondo, Tartini Variations on a Theme of Corelli.  Compiled and edited by Marion Feldman.

  • Feuillard Le Jeune Violoncelliste (The Young Cellist) – Volume 4B

    12 pieces for cello and piano, many of which are in or involve tenor clef.

    DESPLANES Preludium, FRANCOEUR Pastorale, MARAIS A Sweet Melody, FERRY REBEL Musette, PERGOLESE Minuet, SENAILLE Passepied, DUPORT Song, COUPERIN Rigaudon, BOISMORTIER The Suppliant, deFESCH Gavotte, Fr. BACH Largo, BLAINVILLE Hunting.