Aaron Minsky: Ten American Cello Etudes

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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Cello (VLC)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Aaron Minsky
Series: ABRSM Cello Exam Pieces 2016-2019
Catalogue #: Y5817
ISBN: 9780193858176


Although the popularity of the Cello is rising, and its use in popular music is growing, the repertory remains limited. The studies in this book are intended to reinforce traditional technique, and to expand it, through the recovery of old traditions. Each of the studies in this book is also suitable for use in recitals, either as small sets or encores.

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Customer Rating Quite different to what i had expected, the pieces where at a slightly advanced playing level than what i had originally believed. But other than that a good challenge to any advanced cellist.

Customer Rating Only really played number 2, but that is AWESOME!!! Very nice to have some funky tunes to play rather than the endless classical.
See more reviews by Dec - (Chippenham, United Kingdom)

Customer Rating OK I suppose but not my choice - an essential piece for grade 8 cello - not one I would have chosen though.

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Published on: 01/09/1988
Format: Instrumental Tutor
Length: 20 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press

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