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Various: Lost Melodies

  • for violoncello and piano
  • Composer: Various
  • Editor: Joachim Stutschewsky
  • Table of contents:
    Haydn Joseph: Andante
    Haydn Joseph: Allegro
    Marcello Benedetto: Largo
    Haydn Michael: Minuetto
    Händel Georg Friedrich: Adagio
    Philidor, Francois-André Dancian: La Sauterelle (Rondeau)
    Chiesa Melchior: Minuetto
    Rubino Giulio Cesare: Adagio
    Albrechtsberger Johann Georg: Scherzando
    Corelli Arcangelo: Grave
    Caix d'Hervelois Louis de: Gavotte
    Schenk Johannes: Gigue
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Diverse: Forgotten Melodies for cello and piano | UE10627

12 easy old masterpieces

  • Edition type: collection
  • Grade: 4-6
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-2642-2
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-00587-9
€17.50
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Description

In this collective volume the editor Joachim Stutschewsky gathers 12 easy pieces from the old masters such as Haydn, Händel, Philidor, Chiesa, Rubino, Albrechtsberger and many more. They are suitable for slightly advanced players of the cello and piano. A remark from the list of contents: The pieces by Joseph Haydn, Michael Haydn, Philidor, Chiesa and Rubino are published for the first time.

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Contents

  • Haydn Joseph: Andante
  • Haydn Joseph: Allegro
  • Marcello Benedetto: Largo
  • Haydn Michael: Minuetto
  • Händel Georg Friedrich: Adagio
  • Philidor, Francois-André Dancian: La Sauterelle (Rondeau)
  • Chiesa Melchior: Minuetto
  • Rubino Giulio Cesare: Adagio
  • Albrechtsberger Johann Georg: Scherzando
  • Corelli Arcangelo: Grave
  • Caix d'Hervelois Louis de: Gavotte
  • Schenk Johannes: Gigue

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