Tessarini, Carlo - Sonata in F - Cello and Piano - transcribed by Arnold Trowell, edited by Jeffrey Solow - Latham Music Edition

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There is some uncertainty as to the origins of this Sonata in F by Carlo Tessarini.  It may have originally been written for violin and continuo, as Tessarini himself was a violinist.  It is also possible that the sonata was not composed by Tessarini at all, but by someone else who then attributed it to him.  One might even speculate that Arnold Trowell, the 20th-century cellist who transcribed and subsequently published the sonata for cello and piano, was actually responsible for writing it in the first place, perhaps "in the style of", as Fritz Kreisler so infamously did with his own pastiches for violin. 

Whatever the sonata's true background, it is a solid example of the Baroque style, and will prove an enjoyable piece for the advancing cellist.  This edition includes editorial markings by Jeffrey Solow, including program notes.  Published by Latham Music.

Difficulty: A5 

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There is some uncertainty as to the origins of this Sonata in F by Carlo Tessarini.  It may have originally been written for violin and continuo, as Tessarini himself was a violinist.  It is also possible that the sonata was not composed by Tessarini at all, but by someone else who then attributed it to him.  One might even speculate that Arnold Trowell, the 20th-century cellist who transcribed and subsequently published the sonata for cello and piano, was actually responsible for writing it in the first place, perhaps "in the style of", as Fritz Kreisler so infamously did with his own pastiches for violin. 

Whatever the sonata's true background, it is a solid example of the Baroque style, and will prove an enjoyable piece for the advancing cellist.  This edition includes editorial markings by Jeffrey Solow, including program notes.  Published by Latham Music.

Difficulty: A5 
Sheet Music Return Policy
If you are not satisfied with this item for any reason, you may return it for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. Unless the music received is defective or has been shipped in error, all returned music will be subject to a restocking fee of $2.00 per title.

If you have any questions about this product's warranty or to make a return, please contact our Customer Service Department at 800.793.4334 or email us at [email protected]

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