Publisher: Schott

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  • Cellissimo Cello Duets (2 cellos)

    34 original cello duets from Renaissance, Baroque, Classic, Romantic and Modern periods.   I consider this a broad range of intermediate, both parts are of similar difficulty, staying within 4th position and A harmonic, no more than 2 sharps or 2 flats. A comfortable note range, but a lot of variations in rhythms and challenges. This is a thick book, both parts on a page in score form. Spiral binding is recommended.  Works by Morley, Simpson, Gabrielli, Boismortier, Corette, Giordani, Schetky, Boccherini, Hook, Schonebeck, Reinagle, Dotzauer, Kummer, Lee, Offenbach, Hindemith, Zehm, Koeppen, Waterhouse, Amanti.

  • 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

  • Chabrier / Francaix Habanera

    Transcription for cello and piano by Francaix

  • Couperin Duo in G major for Bass Instruments (2 cellos)

    Arranged by Ruf.  Since this is for any bass instruments including bassoon, no fingerings are provided.  It’s a four-movement work, and both parts are in score form in one booklet.  In bass clef, note range does not reach 4th position, though you always have more fingering options the more you feel comfortable shifting.

  • Eccles Sonata in G minor

    This edition varies from the IMC edition, not just in fingerings and bowings.  There are phrasing and rhythmic differences in this edition, ornamentation, as well as additional measures of music in some movements.  Check excerpts in the gallery for comparison to see if this is the one you want.

  • Feuillard Daily Exercises

    For the left hand and bow. Includes trills, scales, arpeggios, and double stops. The book is divided into five parts addressing the following areas: (1) Exercises in the neck positions (2) Exercises in the whole compass of the cello (3) Exercises in the thumb position (4) Double stops (5) Bowing exercises

  • Gabrielli 7 Ricercari solo cello

    The ricercari are more accessible than many movements of Bach’s suites, so keep them in mind when looking for solo works.  FYI, this edition has no fingerings suggested.

  • Goltermann 2 Morceaux de Salon Op. 53 (4 cellos)

    1. Religioso 2. Nocturne

    Includes parts, no score. Parts are of uneven difficulty with Cello I involving tenor clef, Cello II with some treble which is barely above A harmonic, but editor chose that clef.  Cello III and IV are significantly easier.