Please complete the form and click the submit button. This will notify our store that you wish to reserve this product.Our store will contact you to confirm the reservation.Please do not travel until the store has contacted you.
Please double check your phone number, if it is incorrect we will be unable to contact you.
We aim to get back to you within the hour, during shop hours (please see store details), to confirm your reservation. If you do not hear from us then please resend the request.
Learning the tenor clef is the long awaited companion for cellists meeting the tenor clef for the first time.
This collection of pieces for solo cello with piano spans from the 17th century to the 20th century.
For Violin (or Cello) and Piano. Composed in 1915.
As a prestigious composer of the early 20th century, Maurice Ravel's Piece in the Habanera style, transcribed for the Cello by Paul Bazelaire, contains many features which continue to make the composer's music popular and loved to this day.
Perhaps the best known of Cui's works, this instrumental 'song', originally for Violin and Piano, has been transcribed for countless instruments over the years. This version is for Cello and Piano.
These four pieces were composed separately between the years 1901 and 1910 and appeared in print in several different versions, ranging from piano solo to full orchestra.
Five Old French Dances for Viola, Violin or Cello with piano accompaniment, by Marin Marais, arranged by M.E. Aldis and L.T. Rowe.