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Four pieces written around themes from 18th century composers, including Sur Un Air De Danse De Pablo Esteve set on the 2010/2011 ABRSM Cello Syllabus.
The Romanian Folk Dances undoubtedly rank amongst Bartok's most popular compositions. The earliest version is scored for Piano (1915) and was published by Universal Edition is 1918.
Cello part and Piano part. A favourite with violinists for nearly 80 years, The Fiddler's Nursery is now available for cellists as well.
Composed by the Czech composer Bohuslav Martinü in 1930, Suite Miniature is a chamber work for Cello and Piano that lasts 10 minutes and 30 seconds. The difficulty for Cello is considered as medium and for the Piano, easy to medium. Suite Miniature is divided in seven sections: I. Moderato II. Poco andante III. Poco moderato IV. Andante V. Poco allegro VI. Allegretto VII. Moderato Good for recitals, this piece is really melodic and cheerful, with some parts quiet and others quite energetic. Bohuslav Martinü(1890-1959) also wrote 13 other ballets, 15 operas and 6 symphonies and some orchestral and chamber music.
The varied pieces in this bright new collection range from toe-tapping jazzy numbers to more classical styles.
This great book contains eight easy and tuneful pieces for the young Cellist to enjoy. It is packed full of a variety of rhythms and styles and the pieces are a musical description of a journey to the moon.
18 concert pieces for beginner Cellists by Edward Huws Jones.
The pieces in Bravo! Cello take the student progressively through the early grades and encourage the student to perform, rather than merely play.