The Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces” collection now includes arrangements of concertos for viola and violoncello. These editions are a useful continuation of the Sassmannshaus string methods but may also be used independently.
Henry Eccles left behind a number of smaller works most of which were written for violins or flutes. However, the most famous is this Sonata in G minor. Though often played in transcription by violinists and especially by double bass players, the sonata was originally published for cello in four movements – Prelude, Courante, Sarabande and Gigue – accompanied by a figured bass. Little is known about Henry Eccles. Neither his birth nor his death date has been firmly established, ranging respectively between 1675-85 and 1735-45. It is not even certain that he composed this sonata. He probably hailed from London and later served at the court of Louis XV in France.
Title: Sonata in G Minor Composer: Henry Eccles Arranger: Editor: Christoph Sassmannshaus Publisher: Bärenreiter Instrumentation: Cello and piano Parts Included: Cello part and piano score Additional Information:
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