Publisher: Editio Budapest

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  • 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.

  • Kodaly Capriccio for solo cello

    Scordatura.  Edited by Mezo.

  • Paradis – Sicilienne

    Edited by Pejtsik.

  • Popper Popular Concert Pieces Volume 1

    Berceuse Op. 62-3, Lied Op. 3- 2, Begegnung (Meeting) Op. 3-5, To the Memory of My Parents Op. 64-1  (Fond Recollections, Happy Recollections), Gavotte Op. 67-2 d minor   (se snippet in gallery — not to be confused with Gavotte Op. 23 D major), Menuetto Op. 65-2, Gnomes Dance Op. 50-2  (Gnomentanz), Memorie Op. 62-1,

  • Popper Popular Concert Pieces Volume 2

    Mazurka Op. 11 No. 3
    Feuillet d’album Op. 52 No. 1
    Wiegenlied Op. 64 No. 3
    Chanson villageoise Op. 62 No. 2
    Gavotte Op. 23
    Vito Op. 54 No. 5

  • Rimsky-Korsakov Chanson Indoue

    Song of India from Sadko.  Arranged by Klengel.

  • Schumann Traumerei Op. 15, No. 7

    Edited by Pejtsik.

  • Violoncello Duets for Beginners, Volume 1 (2 cellos)

    Edited by Pejtsik. Although these pieces can be played in half and first position, you have more fingering options if you know more positions. Despite “easy” notes, there are metric, rhythmic and counting challenges. You need to know your fingerboard geography because very few fingerings are provided. Both cello parts are of similar difficulty.

    Anon – Polonaise; Bach – Choral; Beethoven – Anglaise; Boismortier – Chaconne; Couperin – Concert; Destouches – Passepied en Rondeau; Haydn – Divertimento; LeClerc – Tambourin; L. Mozart – Divertimento; W.A. Mozart – Canon Inversus; Offenbach – Duo; Pleyel Rondo; Schein – Suite; Schenk – Aria Amoroso; Schubert – Ecossaise, Landler, Walzer; Telemann – Canon; Vallet – Bourree, Galliarge Angloise

  • Violoncello Duets for Beginners, Volume 2 (2 cellos)

    Edited by Pejtsik.  This is not what we would consider “for beginners.”  Considering Book 1 did not go above a D in 1st position, one doesn’t expect Book 2 to start off with tenor clef.  Pieces are not arranged by difficulty, so you will find easier pieces that stay in bass clef, no higher than 4th position, with fingerings provided. Cello I and II parts vary in difficulty in this volume, so an advanced cellist can play with a less accomplished partner. Like the earlier volume, even if you’re in familiar territory with notes, the rhythms are challenging.

    J.S. Bach – Canon cancrizans, Inventio in re minore; Beethoven – Marcia alla turca, Contredanse; Dotzauer – Andante con variazioni; Fiore – Trattenimento; Gabrielli – Balletto e Giga; Handel – Air; Haydn – Andante; Hook – Rondo; Kummer – Tema con variazioni; Mehul – Allegretto; Mozart – Divertimento; Offenbach – Two Duos; Pleyel – Duo; Reger – Canon im alten Styl; Stiastny – Fuga; Telemann – Sonata or Canon; Vivaldi – Adagio e Allegro

  • Violoncello Music for Beginners Vol. 1

    Edited by Pejtsik, this collection is wonderful for students looking for music that stays within first position but offers a variety of rhythms. This book does not have any suggested fingerings which (with any luck) they don’t need!  Playing “by number” isn’t a habit one wants to get into, so this is a book that challenges you in a familiar range of notes.

  • Violoncello Music for Beginners Vol. 2

    Volume 2 includes 33 pieces, the majority of which have one or two sharps/flats, and a few with three.  The rhythms are in an easier zone with fewer 16th notes and dotted rhythms.  While most pieces can be played in 1st position, having fluency through 4th position allows for more fingering options.  There are no fingerings provided in this volume, so it’s a good chance to test your own fingerboard geography (shout-out to Rick Mooney’s Position Pieces Book 1).   Probably a good range of pieces for Suzuki 2-ish players who want to play a greater variety of music with that skill set.