Publisher: Kunzelmann

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  • Adagio Volume 1 – Most Beautiful Slow Movements

    (GM 514a)    Arranged by Thomas-Mifune

    ALBINONI Adagio in Sol minore
    SCHUBERT Ave Maria
    CHOPIN Largo from Sonata op. 65
    TANEJEW Andante
    DE FALLA Asturiana, FAURE Apres un Reve
    CHOPIN Prelude op. 28

  • Adagio Volume 2 – Most Beautiful Slow Movements

    (GM 514b)  Edited by Thomas-Mifune
    Purcell Aria, Bach Air, Gounod/Bach Ave Maria, Wagner Traume, Bizet Blumenarie des Don Jose, Tchaikovsky Andante Cantabile, Saint Saens Air, Kreijn Lyrisches Fragment.

  • Albinoni Adagio in G minor; Rameau La Poule (4 cellos)

    Includes parts only, no score. Edited by Thomas-Mifune

  • BIS Encore for Cello

    Telemann Vivace from Fantasie
    JS Bach Prelude from Partita D major, Fugue in G minor
    Paganini Caprices Nos., 13, 14 & 19
    Piatti Caprice IV Op. 25
    Wieniawski Caprice Op. 18
    Popper Etude Op. 28
    Albeniz: Asturias (Leyenda)
    Escudero Bulerias (Flamenco)


  • Boismortier – 2 Sonatas for 4 Cellos

    Sonatas in A minor and D minor. Cellos I – III tenor clef, Cello IV bass clef. Parts, no score.

  • 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]

  • Escudero Bulerias (Flamenco) for 2 cellos

    GM1372 (Werner Thomas-Mifune)

  • Grieg Holberg Suite (6 cellos)

    Includes parts, no score.  No real “beginner” material in this.
    Cellos I – II require advanced players who are comfortable in treble clef, thumb position, double stops.
    Cello III and IV has a blend of bass, tenor and treble clefs, not always warranted given the note range.  Could be disconcerting for players who are unable to fluidly move between clefs, or aren’t quick on changing double stops.
    Cello V is primarily in bass clef, the parts are more accessible but not for beginners.  There are occasional treble clef notation despite the fact they hover around a middle C.  Alternate notation would have been helpful.
    Cello VI bass clef, fewer and easier double stops, but the rhythms in “Air” are out of the range of many beginners.

  • Monn Cello Concerto

    Concerto in g minor

  • Piazzolla 3 Tangos for cello and piano

    (1) Michelangelo 70
    (2) Butcher’s Death
    (3) Libertango (original key of A minor)