Seven Variations on a Theme of Mozarts WoO 46 for Cello and Piano
Please Note: This is a Piano Accompaniment Disc Only. It is intended to be used as a practice and performance tool. The String Part for this piece must be purchased separately. Study CDs were developed in order to provide every musician, regardless of his or her level, with an exciting and dependable chamber music experience. Because practicing without an accompaniment leaves the instrumentalist unprepared for lessons and rehearsals, PLAY IT solves the musical puzzle in the practice room, creating a dynamic, fun practice session. With up to 4 different tempi, PLAY IT is as effective as a metronome, and more pleasant to hear. Correct rhythm, steady tempi, a just-tuned grand piano: PLAY IT offers you a highly professional practice situation.
Title: Seven Variations on a Theme of Mozarts WoO 46 for Cello and Piano, By Beethoven, Ludwig van, Published by Famiro, Item number: FMP12121
Lost and Found Treasures from the Heifetz Legacy: The Encore Duo
Jascha Heifetz transcriptions previously unrecorded by the Master, performed on the Heifetz-Tononi Violin willed to Sherry Kloss, heard here in recording for the first time since the 1920's. Music of Brahms, Scarlatti, Prokofiev, Debussy, Paradies, Ravel, Vivaldi and Castelnuovo-Tedesco. Sherry Kloss, violin/ Mark Westcott, Piano.
Title: Lost and Found Treasures from the Heifetz Legacy: The Encore Duo, By Kloss, Sherry, Published by Kloss Classics, Item number: CD700
Add some flare to your next concert with this rousing selection by
living legend Lennie Niehaus. Featuring a diverse range of styles, from
the heroic to the contemplative, this piece has something for
everyone. It's sure to be a favorite with students and audiences alike. Includes conductor's score and parts.
"It is hard to think of any music in which the composer is more spontaneous and masterful, and uncompromising in his thought."--Olin Downes, Thompson's International Cyclopedia.
These revolutionary works brought a strikingly organic--almost architectural--unity to the symphony that music historians recognized as being far in advance of anything in the classical masters. Planted with seeds of change already evident in the beautiful, dark third symphony, the fourth symphony presented the most individual work in this form that the twentieth century had yet witnessed. Harmonically new, boldly innovative, and structured on a subtle continuity of line, this was a kind of music previously unheard in the concert hall. Austere and intensely concentrated, Sibelius's symphonies of 1907 and 1911 are frequently performed around the world by major orchestras.
Title: Symphonies No. 3 and 4, By Sibelius, Jean, Published by Dover Publications, Item number: 426688