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Joy of Music – Discoveries from the Schott Archives

Joy of Music – Discoveries from the Schott Archives

Virtuoso and Entertaining Pieces for Cello and Piano


  • Instrumentation: cello and piano
  • Language: English - German
  • Order No.: ED 23310 Q53332
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To mark the 250th anniversary of Schott Music, these treasures have been uncovered from the archives, reedited and presented in these beautiful editions. This anthology is aimed at intermediate to advanced cellists looking for some interesting new discoveries away from the standard repertoire. Containing works largely from the Romantic era, these are virtuoso pièces de résistance and encores, expressive character pieces, gems of salon music and elaborate arrangements of well-known melodies and themes. Many of the original compositions and arrangements were written by major instrumentalists of the 19th century.
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Content text: Sebastian Lee (1805–1887): Berceuse op. 71/2 from/aus/de: Deux Romances sans paroles
Francois Servais (1807–1866): Tannhäuser de Richard Wagner, Duo brillant (10me Livre des duos, arr. de J. Gregoir et F. Servais)
Auguste-Joseph Franchomme (1808–1884): Fantaisie sur „La Flûte enchantée” de Mozart, op. 40
Jacques Offenbach (1819–1880): Fantaisie facile sur l’Opéra de Rossini “Le Barbier de Séville” op. 71
Alfredo Piatti (1822–1901): Siciliana op. 19
Georg Goltermann (1824–1898): Alla Mazurka from/aus/de: Trois morceaux caractéristiques, op. 41/3
Guillaume Paque (1825–1876): Romance et Tarantelle op. 23
Louis Baerwolf (1841–1891): Morceau de Salon op. 54
Jules de Swert (1843–1891): Valse en mi mineur de Frédéric Chopin op. posth.
Ethel Harraden (1857–1917): Tristesse, Romance sans paroles
Daniël van Goens (1858–1904): Tarantelle op. 44
Hugo Becker (1864–1941): Andante religioso op. 2
Ethel Barns (1874–1948): L’Escarpolette / Swing Song
Arnold Trowell (1887–1966) Le Rappel des Oiseaux, Etude-Caprice op. 3/2
Difficulty: intermediate to advanced
Publisher: Schott Music
page number: 160
To mark the 250th anniversary of Schott Music, these treasures have been uncovered from the archives, reedited and presented in these beautiful editions. This anthology is aimed at intermediate to advanced cellists looking for some interesting new discoveries away from the standard repertoire. Containing works largely from the Romantic era, these are virtuoso pièces de résistance and encores, expressive character pieces, gems of salon music and elaborate arrangements of well-known melodies and themes. Many of the original compositions and arrangements were written by major instrumentalists of the 19th century.
Content text: Sebastian Lee (1805–1887): Berceuse op. 71/2 from/aus/de: Deux Romances sans paroles
Francois Servais (1807–1866): Tannhäuser de Richard Wagner, Duo brillant (10me Livre des duos, arr. de J. Gregoir et F. Servais)
Auguste-Joseph Franchomme (1808–1884): Fantaisie sur „La Flûte enchantée” de Mozart, op. 40
Jacques Offenbach (1819–1880): Fantaisie facile sur l’Opéra de Rossini “Le Barbier de Séville” op. 71
Alfredo Piatti (1822–1901): Siciliana op. 19
Georg Goltermann (1824–1898): Alla Mazurka from/aus/de: Trois morceaux caractéristiques, op. 41/3
Guillaume Paque (1825–1876): Romance et Tarantelle op. 23
Louis Baerwolf (1841–1891): Morceau de Salon op. 54
Jules de Swert (1843–1891): Valse en mi mineur de Frédéric Chopin op. posth.
Ethel Harraden (1857–1917): Tristesse, Romance sans paroles
Daniël van Goens (1858–1904): Tarantelle op. 44
Hugo Becker (1864–1941): Andante religioso op. 2
Ethel Barns (1874–1948): L’Escarpolette / Swing Song
Arnold Trowell (1887–1966) Le Rappel des Oiseaux, Etude-Caprice op. 3/2
Difficulty: intermediate to advanced
Publisher: Schott Music
page number: 160
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