Edition no.: BA9695
Volume / Series: Bärenreiters Cello Collection
Editor: Sassmannshaus, Christoph
Instrumentation of the work: Violoncello, Piano
Product format: Piano reduction, Part(s), Teaching material
Includes the following individual parts: Violoncello, Piano
Pages / Format: 32/64 S. - 30,0 x 23,0 cm
In the line with the series \"Bärenreiter\'s Concert Pieces\" which comprises editions geared towards young violinists, we are now publishing a separate collection for young cellists playing their first concerts. This edition contains 18 easy-to-learn concert pieces from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods including Dvorák’s \"Humoresque\", Mendelssohn Bartholdy’s \"Song without Words\", Fauré’s \"Berceuse\" and \"The Swan\" by Camille Saint-Saëns.
The editor is Christoph Sassmannshaus, the grandson of the founder of \"The Sassmannshaus tradition\", Egon Sassmannshaus.
- Pieces for solo cello with piano accompaniment
- Easy to medium difficulty
- Ideal repertoire for cellists who have completed Early Start on the Cello, volumes 3 and 4 (BA 8998, BA 8999)
Simonetti, \"Madrigal\" / Beethoven, \"Minuet\" / Dvorák, \"Humoresque\" / Wolf, \"Wiegenlied\" / Goltermann, \"Notturno\" / Klengel, \"Sarabande\" / Mendelssohn Bartholdy, \"Song without Words\" / Fauré, \"Sicilienne\" / Saint-Saëns, \"The Swan\"
Référence marque : BA9695