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Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm - Six Polyphonic Studies - Violin solo - edited by Franz Schmidtner - published by Sikorski Musikverlage

Item# 0007 102

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  • Instrumentation: Violin
  • Composer: H.W. Ernst
  • Publisher: Sikorski

Prokofiev, Serge - Violin Sonata No. 2 in D Major, Op. 94a - Violin and Piano - edited by David Oistrakh - Sikorski

Item# 1328 110

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Prokofiev
  • Publisher: Sikorski

Schnittke, Alfred - Polka for Violin and Piano - Sikorski

Item# 1000 110

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Schnittke
  • Publisher: Sikorski

Shostakovich, Dmitri - Album Pieces for Violin and Piano - Violin and Piano - edited by Fortunatov - Sikorski

Item# 1407 102

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Shostakovich
  • Publisher: Sikorski

Shostakovich, Dmitri - Concerto No. 1. Op. 77 - for Violin and Piano - Edition Sikorski

Item# 1010 102

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Shostakovich
  • Publisher: Sikorski

Bach, J.S. - 6 Suites, BWV 1007-1012 - Viola solo - arranged by Franz Schmidtner - Sikorski Edition

Item# 2002 102

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  • Instrumentation: Viola
  • Composer: Bach, J.S.
  • Publisher: Sikorski
J.S. Bach's Suites for Violincello , as one of the best compositions ever written for an unaccompanied instrument, has been a staple of the viola repertoire ever since it was first transcribed into alto clef. The six suites explore a variety of tone colors and range in difficulty, providing a continual challenge throughout a player's lifetime. Since no manuscript in Bach's handwriting exists, multiple editions of the suites are available.

This edition of the Bach Suites is edited by Schmidtner, based on the Prussian State Library Autograph, and published by Hans Sikorski Verlag.

Difficulty: ASTA grades 3 - 6

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Bargiel, Woldemar - Adagio, Op. 38 - Cello and Piano - Edition Sikorski

Item# 3501 110

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  • Instrumentation: Cello & Piano
  • Publisher: Sikorski
Woldemar Bargiel, the half-brother of Clara Schumann, moved in the same musical circles as Clara and her husband Robert Schumann.  Unlike his famous sister and brother-in-law, however, his career was mainly focused on teaching theory and composition.  He was, at various times in his life, on the faculties of the conservatories in Cologne, Rotterdam, and Berlin.  During this time, he did compose a short catalogue of his own works, though almost none are known today.  Of that output, much is chamber music, like this Adagio for Cello and Piano.  With an estimated playing time of around six minutes, Bargiel's Adagio makes a nice addition to a recital program.

This edition for cello and piano is published by Edition Sikorski.

Difficulty: A4

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Kabalevsky, Dmitri - Concerto Number 1, Opus 49. For Cello and Piano. Published by Sikorski.

Item# 3500 110

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  • Instrumentation: Cello & Piano
  • Publisher: Sikorski
Concerto Number 1 by Dmitri Kabalevsky is the second of three concertos composed for young soviet performers. These concertos all follow standard form, and interestingly, the cycle of three student concertos follow the standard movement form as well. The first of the three, the violin concerto, is fast, followed by the lyrical cello concerto, and brilliant piano concerto. Though this concerto was composed with younger soloists in mind, it is not watered down � it's very technically demanding.

For Cello and Piano. Published by Sikorski.

Difficulty: A6 (Apprentice Rating)



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Prokofiev, Sergey - Cello Sonata in C Major, Op. 119 - for Cello and Piano - edited by Rostropovich - Sikorski

Item# 3682 110

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  • Instrumentation: Cello & Piano
  • Publisher: Sikorski

Reinecke, Carl - Sonata No. 1 in a minor, Op. 42 - Cello and Piano - edited by Edwin Koch - Sikorski Edition

Item# 3508 110

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  • Instrumentation: Cello & Piano
  • Publisher: Sikorski
During his life, Carl Reinecke enjoyed a varied career as a composer, pianist, and conductor.  Born into a musical family, he got an early start on composing and was performing publicly on the piano by age 12.  A student of both Robert Schumann and Felix Mendelssohn, Reinecke became the court pianist to King Christian VIII of Denmark when he was just 22 years old.  From these auspicious beginnings, he made his way across the European continent as a professor of theory and composition, a pianist, and ultimately the conductor of the famous Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig.

Though his compositions are largely overshadowed today by those of his famous students, Grieg and Bruch, Carl Reinecke composed a substantial catalogue of work in his lifetime.  Along with a handful of operas and several symphonic works, the majority of the catalogue contains chamber music, including three sonatas for cello and piano.  The Sonata in a minor, Op. 42, is the first of the three, composed in 1847-8, during his time in Denmark.

This edition for cello and piano is edited by Edwin Koch.  Published by Edition Sikorski.

Difficulty: A4

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Reinecke, Carl - Sonata No. 2 in D Major, Op. 89 - Cello and Piano - edited by Edwin Koch - Sikorski Edition

Item# 3509 110

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  • Instrumentation: Cello & Piano
  • Publisher: Sikorski
During his life, Carl Reinecke enjoyed a varied career as a composer, pianist, and conductor.  Born into a musical family, he got an early start on composing and was performing publicly on the piano by age 12.  A student of both Robert Schumann and Felix Mendelssohn, Reinecke became the court pianist to King Christian VIII of Denmark when he was just 22 years old.  From these auspicious beginnings, he made his way across the European continent as a professor of theory and composition, a pianist, and ultimately the conductor of the famous Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig.

Though his compositions are largely overshadowed today by those of his famous students, Grieg and Bruch, Carl Reinecke composed a substantial catalogue of work in his lifetime.  Along with a handful of operas and several symphonic works, the majority of the catalogue contains chamber music, including three sonatas for cello and piano.  The Sonata in D Major, Op. 89, is the second of the three, composed in 1866, while he was living and working in Leipzig.

This edition for cello and piano is edited by Edwin Koch.  Published by Edition Sikorski.

Difficulty: A4

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Reinecke, Carl - Sonata No. 3 in G Major, Op. 238 - Cello and Piano - edited by Edwin Koch - Edition Sikorski

Item# 3510 110

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  • Instrumentation: Cello & Piano
  • Publisher: Sikorski
During his life, Carl Reinecke enjoyed a varied career as a composer, pianist, and conductor.  Born into a musical family, he got an early start on composing and was performing publicly on the piano by age 12.  A student of both Robert Schumann and Felix Mendelssohn, Reinecke became the court pianist to King Christian VIII of Denmark when he was just 22 years old.  From these auspicious beginnings, he made his way across the European continent as a professor of theory and composition, a pianist, and ultimately the conductor of the famous Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig.

Though his compositions are largely overshadowed today by those of his famous students, Grieg and Bruch, Carl Reinecke composed a substantial catalogue of work in his lifetime.  Along with a handful of operas and several symphonic works, the majority of the catalogue contains chamber music, including three sonatas for cello and piano.  The Sonata in G Major, Op. 238, is the final of the three, probably composed sometime in the 1890s.

This edition for cello and piano is edited by Edwin Koch.  Published by Edition Sikorski.

Difficulty: A4

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