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Chamber Music for violoncellos 1

for 4 violoncellos

partition et parties

Edité par Pejtsik Árpád
Instrumentation: Violoncelles
Collection: Musique de chambre pour violoncelles
Genre: Pieces pédagogiques
Langue: Hungarian, English, German, French
Pages: 36 pp
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Poids: 0.142 kg
Date du parution: Janvier 2002
Editeur: Editio Musica Budapest Zeneműkiadó
Numéro d’édition: 14306
ISMN: 9790080143063
The first two volumes (Z. 14306 and Z. 14324) of the edition called Chamber Music for Violoncellos include four violoncello quartets each. The grade of difficulty of the pieces ranges from easy to medium. Their style covers the period from the Renaissance to late Romanticism. Among the works we find familiar pieces and new arrangements alike. In contrast to the majority of similar editions, the added score helps a good grasp of the quartets. The recommended fingering and bowing facilitate rendering the parts according to identical concept.

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Chamber Music for Violoncellos
The wide range of the cello allows for the possibility of three or four cellos to play in different positions in order to create the sounds necessary for a fully-voiced chamber ensemble. This practice of transcribing works for multiple cellos began to gain popularity in the 19th century, and renowned pedagogue/composer Árpád Pejtsik has continued the tradition in this series.
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