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Hook, James: 6 Sonatas for violoncello and piano or two violoncellos

score and parts

Edited by Pejtsik Árpád
Setting: Violoncello and Piano
Instrumentation: vlc, pf - 2 vlc
Period: Classic
Length: 108 pages
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 326 g
Published: February 2004
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14405
ISMN: 9790080144053
English organist and composer James Hook (1746-1827) composed sonatas for cello in an elegant style which were first printed in 1783. Up until that time - to our knowledge - modern printing was not so easily accessible. These easy to intermediate-level sonatas can serve as suitable preparation for Boccherini pieces, and their elegant style and musical value make them appealing both for pupils and music lovers alike. The simple accompaniment was originally intended by the composer to be for another cello; as an alternative, Árpád Pejtsik also created a piano accompaniment allowing these pieces to be used for concert performance.