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Chamber Music for Violoncellos 9

for 4 violoncellos

score and parts

Edited by Pejtsik Árpád
Zasedba: Violoncellos
Serija: Chamber Music for Violoncellos
Zvrst: Pedagogical performance pieces
Število strani: 48 strani
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 0.199 kg
Leto izdaje: December 2008
Založba: Editio Musica Budapest
Številka artikla: 14661
ISMN: 9790080146613
Volume 9 in the series includes two works by Georg Goltermann (1824-1898) written for four cellos. The first work in the volume is the well-known Ständchen by Schubert, and the last is a transcription for four cellos of the equally popular Humoresque by Dvořák. Since parts III and IV are easy, if the members of the ensemble are of equal ability it is possible in the repeated sections for an exchange of parts to take place between I and III, and between II and IV.

Vsebina

1.
Schubert, Franz: Ständchen
2.
Goltermann, Georg: Nocturne
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Goltermann, Georg: Religioso
4.
Dvořák, Antonín: Humoresque
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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