String - Cello and Piano Antonio Vivaldi. A Kalmus Classic Edition Antonio VIVALDI SIX CELLO SONATAS For Cello and Basso Continuo Cello K 09129 Kalmus SIX CELLO SONATAS für Violoncello und Cembalo Violoncello Sonata I.
Author: Antonio Vivaldi
Publisher: Alfred Music
Expertly arranged Cello music with piano accompaniment by Antonio Vivaldi from the Kalmus Edition series. These Sonatas are from the Baroque era.
Vivaldi's cello sonatas ( RV39–47 ) 5 are mostly in a composite churchchamber style in which chamber elements are predominant ; they have stylistic affinities with Marcello's six Sonatas Op . 1 ( Amsterdam , c . 1732 ) .
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This is a compact, composite and authoritative survey of the history and development of the cello and its repertory since the origins of the instrument. The volume comprises thirteen essays, written by a team of nine distinguished scholars and performers, and is intended to develop the cello's historical perspective in breadth and from every relevant angle, offering as comprehensive a coverage as possible. It focuses in particular on four principal areas: the instrument's structure, development and fundamental acoustical principles; the careers of the most distinguished cellists since the baroque era; the cello repertory (including chapters devoted to the concerto, the sonata, other solo repertory, and ensemble music); and its technique, teaching methods and relevant aspects of historical and performance practice. It is the most comprehensive book ever to be published about the instrument and provides essential information for performers, students and teachers.
Around the year 1896 , when more French sonatas began to be published and performed , recitals entirely devoted to cello sonatas became common for the first time . ... Twenty - six cello sonatas were published between 1900 and 1914.
Author: Stephen Sensbach
Category: Cello music
The years between the end of the Franco-Prussian War and the start of World War II witnessed a renaissance of French instrumental music and an evolution from the elegance of Saint-Saens to Debussy's revolutionary style and beyond. This study surveys 97 published cello sonatas and 30 unpublished sonatas written by French composers during this period. Sensbach presents the historical background for each piece and provides biographies of the composers, as well as the biographies of cellists and pianists of the period. For each sonata there is a brief description of the movement and the technical aspects that cover the form, style and level of difficulty for the performers. Where possible there are also excerpts of original reviews and comments from composers' letters. This book should be of interest to those interested in the music of Debussy and Ravel, and of the European cultural history of the time.
Further Baroque cello sonata lend themselves to performance on bassoon : Rasmussen does not offer praise lightly , so here recommendation13 of * no 4 from the set of six sonatas Op 3 by MERCI is praise indeed .
Author: David Lindsey Clark
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
An annotated survey of published materials for chamber, concertante, and vocal music originally conceived for wind instruments.
Author: Antonio Maria BononciniPublish On: 1996-01-01
(Manuscripts containing twelve and four cello sonatas by Giovanni Bononcini are listed in the sale catalog of Nicolas Selhof ... Since Sonatas 6 and 12 are in D major, a division into two "sets" of six works might have been intended.
Author: Thomas Schmidt-BestePublish On: 2011-03-10
and Giuseppe Jacchini (1667–1727) were probably the first to write sonatas for cello and b.c. or two cellos in the 1680s and 1690s; Benedetto Marcello (1686–1739) contributed six sonatas for cello and b.c. as his Op. 1 (composed in 1712 ...
Author: Thomas Schmidt-Beste
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
What is a sonata? Literally translated, it simply means 'instrumental piece'. It is the epitome of instrumental music, and is certainly the oldest and most enduring form of 'pure' and independent instrumental composition, beginning around 1600 and lasting to the present day. Schmidt-Beste analyses key aspects of the genre including form, scoring and its social context - who composed, played and listened to sonatas? In giving a comprehensive overview of all forms of music which were called 'sonatas' at some point in musical history, this book is more about change than about consistency - an ensemble sonata by Gabrieli appears to share little with a Beethoven sonata, or a trio sonata by Corelli with one of Boulez's piano sonatas, apart from the generic designation. However, common features do emerge, and the look across the centuries - never before addressed in a single-volume survey - opens up new and significant perspectives.
It is interesting to find in the thirteenth sonata a melodic type which recurs again and again in Vivaldi's sonatas as in ... Of the ten sonatas for cello and continuo that have been preserved , six appeared in print in Paris in 1740 ...
S2S252525252525 S25252525 CMC VIOLA SOLO BACH , Johann Sebastian Six Cello Suites ( MILTON KATIMS ) 3.00 Six Violin Sonatas and Partitas ( MEYER - VIELAND ) 3.00 BEETHOVEN , Ludwig van Viola part for the Six Celebrated Piano Trios ( to ...
His works include seven symphonies, six trio sonatas, nine violin and six cello sonatas, and a keyboard march. SCHETKY, JOHANN GEORG CHRISTOPH (19 AUGUST 1737, DARMSTADT, TO 30 NOVEMBER 1824, EDINBURGH).
Author: Bertil H. Van Boer
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Covers the music of the classical period from about 1730 to 1800. Includes not only the composers, but also eminent conductors and performers, patrons, and publishers. Offers dictionary entries on major centers of music-making, typical instruments, important technical terms, and emerging musical forms, including the symphony and opera.