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Cello Collection - Concert Pieces for Cello and Piano - edited by Sassmannshaus - Barenreiter

Cello Collection - Concert Pieces for Cello and Piano - edited by Sassmannshaus - Barenreiter | 4101 162

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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 

A selection: Simonetti, "Madrigal" / Beethoven, "Minuet" / Dvorák, "Humoresque" / Wolf, "Wiegenlied" / Goltermann, "Notturno" / Klengel, "Sarabande" / Mendelssohn Bartholdy, "Song without Words" / Fauré, "Sicilienne" / Saint-Saëns, "The Swan"

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