Gabriel Yared: Duets For Cello (Book/2 CDs)

Books and CDs | Cello

Publisher: Chester Music
Composer: Gabriel Yared
Format: Sheet Music | Songbook
Written by Gabriel Yared, composer to the scores for The English Patient, Cold Mountain and The Talented Mr Ripley, this folio of 22 original Cello pieces has been designed to inspire and encourage duettists, especially teacher/pupil collaborations.

The idea grew out of composer Gabriel Yared’s own learning experience which suggested a need for one part to be written for the experienced teacher and another for the developing novice.

The duets themselves progress from beginner to advanced levels, gradually addressing new technical problems as they go as well as providing varied and stimulating music to play.

The accompanying CD includes a full recording of each duet as well as two alternative playalong versions each giving prominence to one part or the other.

The publication comes with individual parts, completing a package that was developed, composed and produced as a completely original way of learning cello duets.
ISBN: 9781849389235
Published on: 12 April 2011
No of pages: 48
Language: English
Catalogue No: CH78023

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          Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
          8 out of 10


          surbiton GB silver surfer cellist
          I enjoyed playing a duet with another cello,and learning from the play back of the other part. It is a bonus to be able to switch from part one to part two .
          The pieces were not as melodic as I hoped and some were definitely beyond me at grade 5 .
          Confirmed purchase: 29 January 2016
          Published on: 25 February 2016
          10 out of 10


          Wiltshire GB
          Great for sight reading for grade 6-8 students. Harder than they look!
          Reviewer left no comment
          Confirmed purchase: 14 September 2015
          Published on: 13 October 2015

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