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Sonata No.1 In C is a beautiful work for Cello with Piano Accompaniment, by French-born composer Jean-Baptiste Breval (1756-1825).
Edward Elgar wrote relatively few works for the piano, but his Salut d'amour Op.12 has proved to be very popular over time. This arrangement is for Cello and Piano accompaniment.
In 1891 Dvorák arranged the final eighth dance of his popular first set of the Slavonic Dances Op.46 for violoncello and piano. The Czech composer Jirí Gemrot, has followed his example and has arranged the remaining dances for the same scoring. More
Like his father, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach wrote three sonatas for Viola Da Gamba.
These Fantasiestucke were originally written for clarinet and piano; Schumann himself later made arrangements of this work for cello and for violin.
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy’s works for violoncello and piano occupy a special place within the repertoire of cellists and chamber musicians. The lyrical Song without Words (Romance sans paroles) is among the most popular of all teaching pieces. More
All cellists are familiar with Debussy’s sonata, which he only composed in 1915, three years before his death. Debussy had, however, already written two works for Violoncello and Piano in 1882, when he was only 20 years old.