Finlandia: Finnish Cello Pieces
16 works by various composers of the 19th and 20th centuries including Sallinen, Johansson, Saikkola, Marttinen, Sibelius, Salmenhaara, Sonninen, Kuusisto, Melartin, Kuula, Merikanto, Mielck, Sohlstrom, Jarnefelt
Heuer Harrison – Cellobrations: Classics for 4 cellos
Handel Allegro Moderato; Bach Fughetta; Mouret Rondeau; Haberbier Barcarolle; Faure Pavane; Borodin Polovetsian Dance No. 2; Satie Gymnopedie No. 1; Lehar Merry Widow Waltz; Strauss Tales from Vienna Woods; Verdi Caro Nome Che Il Mio Cor; Corelli Christmas Concerto; Humperdinck Evening Prayer. Generally players should be fluent through 4th position with Cello I and II having a few tenor clef passages.
Intermediate Collection Vol. 1 “Fun for Cello Ensemble” (4 cellos)
[CE-6] Haydn Serenade, Tchaikovsky Humoresque, Mozart March from Figaro, Joplin The Entertainer. Includes parts and score. Solo part is equally distributed.
Rapp – Melodies by Old Masters Vol. 2
Alte Meisterweisen fur junge Cellisten ED5533. These 14 pieces have a broad range of difficulty, including works or passages in bass, tenor and treble clef with more complex rhythmic challenges. Don’t let the “for young cellists” suggest they are for beginner cellists.
Contents: Prélude (Charpentier) • Gavotte and Musette (Loeillet) • Gavotte and Bourrée (Kuhnau) • Sarabande and Menuet (de Caix d’Hervelois) • Largo (Vivaldi) • Air (Mattheson) • Scherzo (Telemann) • Chorale ″Herzlich tut mich verlangen″ (Bach) • Aria (Händel) • Adagio and Allegro (Porpora) • Lento mèsto (Tartini) • Larghetto (Leo) • Rigaudon (Danquin) • Menuet (Valensin)
Novice Collection Volume 1 “Basic Beginners” for 4 cellos (CE-9)
Beethoven Ode to Joy, Elgar Pomp & Circumstance, Ponchielli Dance of the Hours, Shaker Tune Simple Gifts, Gounod Funeral of the Marionettes. Parts are of similar difficulty with the solo lines shared throughout. Cello I and III should be able to play from half through upper 2nd position. Cello II and IV will need half and extended 1st position. Includes parts and score
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