Publisher: Schirmer

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  • Sheng 7 Tunes Heard in China (Ma)

    For solo cello.  1 Seasons, 2 Guessing Song, 3 Little Cabbage, 4 The Drunken Fisherman, 5 Diu Diu Dong, 6 Pastoral Ballade, 7 Tibetan Dance.  Advanced material.

  • Bach, JS – Six Suites for Solo Cello BWV 1007-1012 (Gaillard)

    Gaillard edition. May be helpful to students new to Bach’s suites and looking for fingerings, bowing and dynamic suggestions. You will develop your own approach over time, change fingerings and bowings to suit your abilities and personal taste in the flow and feel of the music. Everything you need to start your adventure is here, affordably. Suite V is presented with scordatura only.

  • Bach, JS – Sonatas BWV 1027-1029 (Greenhouse)

    Composed originally for viola da gamba.  Edited by Greenhouse and Dillingham.  Measure numbers at the beginning of each line.  First page of Sonata III shown.

  • Bach, JS – Ten Pieces in the First Position

    March in G, Sarabande, Arioso, Minuet in C, Air,  Minuet in E Minor, Andanate, Gigue, Chorale ,March in D.  Includes piano accompaniment.
    **July 2020 out of stock at the publisher

  • Barber Concerto for Cello

    with piano reduction

  • Beethoven Complete Variations for cello and piano (Starker)

    12 variations on a theme from Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus, 12 variations on a theme from Mozart’s Magic Flute, 7 variations on a theme from Mozart’s Magic Flute.  Great Performer’s Edition.

  • Beethoven Sonatas for cello and piano

    Five sonatas edited by Janos Starker – Great Performer’s Edition

  • Bloch Schelomo (Solomon) Rhapsodie Hebraique

    This edition is free of fingerings

  • Cello Music by French Composers (Deri)

    Faure – Elegy, Papillon, Apres un Reve
    Saint-Saens – Allegro Appassionato
    Lalo – Chants Russes
    Couperin – La Bandoline
    Debussy – Reverie, Meuet from Petite Suite
    Marais – Two Old Dances
    Massenet – Melodie Elegy from The Erynnies

  • Dotzauer Studies Vol. 1

    Dotzauer’s 113 etudes are divided into 4 volumes.  Volume 1 includes Nos. 1 – 34, edited by Klingenberg,  Notes, slurs, fingerings are identical to the IMC edition, but this thinner white paper may not provide the sharp contrast some cellists prefer.  Also there are annotations for Whole Bow, Upper Half, Lower Half, etc. in this edition.

  • Dotzauer Studies Vol. 1-2

    Dotzauer’s 113 etudes are divided into 4 volumes.  This combined edition of Volumes 1-2 includes Nos. 1 – 62, edited by Klingenberg.   If you are also looking at IMC’s version and wondering what the differences are… This edition is on white rather than higher-quality vanilla paper so contrast is not as sharp.  Notes, fingerings and slurs appear identical but this edition as annotations as to where on your bow you should be so there’s a glossary for WB, UH, LH, etc.