A rich tapestry of European music from the 13th-16th centuries. Includes the medieval Estampie Royale and the famous L'homme armé, Kemp's Jig and Henry VIII's favourite Pastime with Good Company via a rollicking Morris dance, a comical Bourée and more! The Complete edition includes a violin part, keyboard accompaniment with optional violin accompaniment, easy violin and guitar.
Ach Els'lein, liebstes Elselein (15th century German);
Calata (16th century Italian);
English dance (13th century English);
Estampie royale (13th century French);
Gaillarde: Mrs Winter's jump (Michael Praetorius);
Hélas madame (attrib. Henry VIII);
J'ay mis mon cuer (Guillaume Dufay);
Kemp's jig (16th century English);
L'homme armé (15th century French);
La Bourée (Michael Praetorius);
La gamba (16th century Italian);
La morisque (Tielman Susato);
Par le regard de vos beaux yeux (Guillaume Dufay);
Pastime with good company (attrib. Henry VIII);
Pavane: La Venissienne (Claude Gervaise);
Recercada (Diego Ortiz);
Ronde: Pour quoy (Tielman Susato);
Saltarello (14th century Italian);
Watkins' ale (16th century English);
Winder wie ist (Neithart von Reuenthal).
Title: The Early Music Fiddler, Edited by Edward Huws Jones, Published by Boosey and Hawkes
Charming beginning level Cello duets. The play-along CD offers the pupil studying at home the option of listening to the first or second Cello parts individually or both together by adjusting the balance on their CD player.
21 pieces from around the world, creatively arranged for viola. The book contains piano accompaniments, as well as a second, easy viola part for beginners. The CD features accompaniment backing tracks, as well as full performances. Contents: Carolan's Air; Red-Haired Boy; Makin Whoopee; The Flower of the Quern; A Hero's Farewell; On the Balcony; Little Sadie; Blackberry Blossom; La Cumparsita and many more.
Title: The Fiddler Playalong Viola Collection, Edited by Edward Huws Jones, Published by Boosey and Hawkes, Item number: 48019596
Cello Concerto by Elliott Carter. This work was commissioned for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra by the Edward F. Schmidt Family Commissioning Fund. It was first performed September 27, 2001 by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra with Yo-Yo Ma, cello and Daniel Barenboim, conductor. Piano Reduction.