Various: Italian Classics

(Arranger: David Brooker)

  • for violin and piano
  • Instrumentation details:
    violin
    piano
  • Composer: Various
  • Arranger: David Brooker
  • Table of contents:
    Conte Giorgio: Gné Gné
    Capua Eduardo di: 'O sole mio
    Trad. Italian: Santa Lucia
    Verdi Giuseppe: La donna è mobile aus der Oper „Rigoletto“
    Trad. Italian: Tarantella Neapolitana
    Curtis Ernesto de: Torna e Surriento
    Rossini Gioachino: Galopp aus der Ouverture der Oper „Wilhelm Tell“
    Verdi Giuseppe: Chor der Gefangenen aus der Oper „Nabucco“
    Trad. Italian: Funiculi, Funicula
    Bellini Vincenzo: Romanza – Una furtiva lagrima aus der Oper „L'Elisir d'amore“
    Trad. Italian: Vieni sul mar
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Diverse: Italian Classics for violin and piano | UE38027

Favourite Italian melodies

  • Edition type: sheet music
  • Grade: 4-5
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-7571-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-08899-5
€16.95
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Description

Italian culture infects many art forms and perhaps none more so than music. In this album, David Brooker has arranged, for violin and piano, eleven well-known pieces that simply shout “ITALY” at you! “Italian Classics” includes the unforgettable “O Sole Mio”, “La Donna è Mobile”, “Funiculi, Funicula” and Verdi’s “Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves”.
For intermediate players, “Italian Classics” should complement your repertoire collection just as a glass of Soave accompanies Pasta alla Carbonara. And for antipasto, try Brooker’s “Classical Favourites from Russia” for two violins.

  • Discover the most popular Italian folk songs and opera classics as well as Giorgio Contes ‘Gné Gné’
  • Rewarding arrangements for intermediate-level players and beyond (3–6*)
  • Straightforward accompaniments support the soloist
  • Ideal pieces for performing, expanding the repertoire and playing just for fun

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Contents

  • Conte Giorgio: Gné Gné
  • Capua Eduardo di: 'O sole mio
  • Trad. Italian: Santa Lucia
  • Verdi Giuseppe: La donna è mobile aus der Oper „Rigoletto“
  • Trad. Italian: Tarantella Neapolitana
  • Curtis Ernesto de: Torna e Surriento
  • Rossini Gioachino: Galopp aus der Ouverture der Oper „Wilhelm Tell“
  • Verdi Giuseppe: Chor der Gefangenen aus der Oper „Nabucco“
  • Trad. Italian: Funiculi, Funicula
  • Bellini Vincenzo: Romanza – Una furtiva lagrima aus der Oper „L'Elisir d'amore“
  • Trad. Italian: Vieni sul mar

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