(GM 1632) Arranged by Thomas-Mifune. Includes parts, no score. Note from C2G: We do not consider this “easy.” Not only does the first piece require Cello I to be fluent in tenor clef, but a Cello IV — to get through the Bruchner — has to feel comfortable with 3, 4, 5 and 6 flats during its six movements..
3 cellos: Couperin – Canaries, Sarabande en Canon, Courante
4 cellos: Rameau – Rigaudon
Bruckner – Six Tantum Ergo
Wagner – Tannhauser Pilgerchor, Marsch