some of his other late works, Franck's Violin Sonata (HN 293), composed
in 1886, was well-received by the public and critics from the very
start. The beautiful arrangement for cello published in January 1888
distinguishes itself from numerous other arrangements in that Franck
expressly authorized it. The cellist Jules Delsart, who had heard a
performance of the sonata in Paris in December 1887, was so delighted by
it that he asked Franck's permission to make a transcription of the
violin part for his own instrument.
Appassionato Op. 43 for Cello, Piano Accompaniment. Composed by Camille
Saint-Saens (1835-1921). Published by G. Henle Urtext Edition. Edited by Peter Jost. Inludes cello parts with and without fingering by famed
cellist David Geringas.
This collection, dedicated to the legacy of celebrated early 20th
century cellist Emanuel Feuermann, includes six pieces he performed
often throughout his career, presented with updated fingerings and
bowings by Marion Feldman. These include Adagio and Allegro by Handel, At the Fountain, Op. 20, No. 2 by Karl Davidoff, Hungarian Rhapsody, Op. 63 by Popper, Polonaise Brillante by Chopin, Rondo by Dvorak, and Variations on a Theme of Corelli
by Tartini. Three of these pieces are never-before published Feuermann
arrangements and include original, manuscripts in Feuermann’s own
handwriting, and each is presented with updated fingerings and bowings.
These studies are grouped according to their main technical focus and
presented in progressive order of difficulty within those chapters.
Practice tips are offered with each study. Includes studies by Friedrich
Dotzauer, Jean Louis Duport, Louis Feuillard, August Kummer, Sebastian
Lee and more.
This re-rengraved edition of Volume 1 of Alwin Schroeder’s celebrated
170 Foundation Studies for Violincello keeps intact Schoreder’s
organized studies in a pedagogically progressive order and adds editor
Richard Hughey’s lifelong experience learning from and teaching with the
collection. These are wonderful studies for the beginning cellist and
also works to renew and further develop experienced players as well.
Celebrated as one of the best cellists of the early 20th century,
Emanuel Feuermann’s performance editions of cello repertoire have been
newly engraved and are now available to the public for the first time
since their initial publication in 1939. Feuermann’s unique fingerings,
shifts, bowings, and markings have been preserved, giving an
understanding into his interpretation of the standard repertoire
Schumann Cello Concerto Op. 129 in A minor.