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Musique de chambre pour violoncelles 17

pour 4 violoncelles

partition et parties

Transcrit et édité par Pejtsik Árpád
Instrumentation: Violoncelles
Collection: Musique de chambre pour violoncelles
Genre: Pieces pédagogiques
Pages: 36 pp
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Date du parution: Mai 2018
Editeur: Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 20002
ISMN: 9790080200025
The latest volume in this popular series expands the repertoire of intermediate violoncello pupils with some unusual transcriptions. This time the editor, Árpád Pejtsik, has arranged Ave Maria settings (one song and three choral works) for four cellos. The first is a classical music hit, Schubert’s Ave Maria. Next is the transcription of a little-known piece from Liszt’s vast output, an item from his 1879 choral work Rosario, followed by an arrangement of the first of Verdi’s Quattro pezzi sacri, famous for being based on an ''enigmatic scale'' (scala enigmatica). The volume concludes with another evergreen, the Ave Maria from Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil. Rather than testing the players’ virtuosity, these slow-moving, contemplative pieces serve more to improve intonation skills as well as a sense of form and proportion. The editor has added suggested fingerings and bowings in order to help with the music's appropriate interpretation.

Contenu

1.
Schubert, Franz: Ave Maria (D. 839)
2.
Liszt Ferenc: Ave Maria (1879)
3.
Verdi, Giuseppe: Ave Maria - Scala enigmatica, armonizzata a 4 voci (Quattrro pezzi sacri, No. 1)
4.
Rachmaninov, Sergey Vasilyevich: Ave Maria (All-Night Vigil, Op. 37, No. 6)
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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