The tenor clef is presented progressively through numerous studies and pieces in all the keys known by cellists at around Grade 4 level, with cello or piano accompaniments. Many playing techniques are introduced as well including: moving from the lower to the higher register, learning to read and play on the transitional part of the cello and reading across strings.
Title: Learning the Tenor Clef for Cello, By Legg, Pat, Published by Faber Music, Item number: 50483673
This edition collects in one volume all four concertos that make up The Four Seasons. The combined retail value of the component publications that make up this collection (Spring, Summer, Winter and Fall) totals more than $30.00. This Complete edition is an extraordinary value.
Title: The Four Seasons (Complete), By Vivaldi, Antonio, Edited by Rok Klopcic, Published by G. Schirmer, Inc., Item number: 50485535
Originally for clarinet and piano. The circumstances in which these poetic "Soiree Pieces" (thus their original title) came into being are quite surprising. In 1849 Dresden was seized by violent political turmoil that ultimately forced Schumann to flee with Clara to the countryside. Yet none of this is apparent in the music of these three pieces, whose idyllic character signifies a longing for harmony and seclusion. Originally conceived for the clarinet, they were accompanied by alternative parts for violin and cello as early as the original print.Includes a section of detailed editorial notes.
Title: Fantasy Pieces, Op.73 for Cello and Piano, By Schumann, Robert, Published by G. Henle Urtext Editions, Item number: HN422