Arietta for cello and piano was written in 1990 and premiered by Paul Brantley and Arlene Shrut in New York, May 1991. An aria for two, it opens with a quiet uncertainty, swells to a rhapsodic denouement, and fades away in requiescence. 7 min. Advanced.
Matching sheet music to the sensational mash-up by The Piano Guys of “Let It Go” from Frozen with Vivaldi's classic “Winter.” Arrangement is for piano and cello. Score format, two copies needed for performance.
These solo instrumental arrangements are faithful to Bernstein's score,
and have been idiomatically adapted to the instruments for these
editions. Each book also includes piano accompaniment and a companion play-along CD with tempo adjustment software for CD-ROM computer
Intermediate to Advanced Level.
This new edition contains five pieces by Ludovico Einaudi, including
some first-time publications and a brand new arrangement of the title
track from his 2004 album Una Mattina. The 48-page full score
(piano accompaniment with solo top line) is complemented by a 16-page
insert for solo cello. An included download card gives exclusive access
to specially recorded tracks, including full demonstrations as well as
accompaniment-only backing tracks. Contents: A Fuoco DNA Indaco Resta Con Me Una Mattina
With its charming melodies and classical style, this piece fills a significant gap in the repertoire for beginning cellists. All movements are in the first position and include original bowings and phrase markings.