String - Cello and Piano Felix Mendelssohn. Felix MENDELSSOHN CELLO COMPOSITIONS FOR CELLO AND PIANO K 04435 almus Felix MENDELSSOHN CELLO COMPOSITIONS FOR CELLO AND PIANO K 04435. A Kalmus Classic Edition Front Cover.
Author: Felix Mendelssohn
Publisher: Alfred Music
A Cello solo with piano accompaniment, composed by Felix Mendelssohn.
Author: Alán Saúl Saucedo EstradaPublish On: 2014-04-15
In an effort to document and evaluate the contributions that these pieces have made to the cello music literature, this researcher will examine the fifty or so cello compositions commissioned and/or dedicated to Carlos Prieto.
Author: Alán Saúl Saucedo Estrada
Publisher: University Press of America
This book includes biographical information on Carlos Prieto, his contributions to music, as well as a detailed catalog of 72 pieces commissioned and/or dedicated to him. A graduate of MIT and a former director of Fundidora, the biggest steel company in Mexico, Carlos Prieto decided at the age of 38 to abandon his career as a business man and become a full time professional cellist. Since then he has premiered over 90 pieces, most of them commissioned and/or dedicated to him by Latin-American composers. These commissions and dedications represent about 50 percent of the music written for the cello by Latin-American composers. This is the first time a study has been conducted on this body of music.
... Sergio Original studies for teachers for 2-3 celli Universal 1990 WC 2-3vc Bratt, Renata Fiddling cellist, The, ... Fiona Christmas twos or threes for cello: 16 carols--Beg Westfield Music 2003 WS 2-3vc Hedges, Fiona More twos or ...
Author: Nancy Price
Bibliography of Cello and Double Bass Ensemble Music for Three or More Celli and/or Double Basses
His work is exceptionally intense and varied, including his cello compositions: three partitas for solo cello, five sonatas for cello and piano, and a concerto for cello and orchestra, dedicated to the excellent Chilean cellist Arturo ...
Author: Carlos Prieto
A delightful biography of a celebrated Stradivarius cello and an inviting overview of cello music and its preeminent composers and performers by world-famous concert cellist Carlos Prieto.
Author: Wilhelm Joseph von WasielewskiPublish On: 1894
clever Cellist . After he had worked in various ways as a solo player , he was appointed in 1840 to the orchestra at the Grand Opéra . His compositions consist of Etudes , which are fully adapted to the object in view and of which ...
His operas—once so disputed—symphonies, concertos, and countless chamber works are now an essential part of the standard music repertoire. His three cello compositions have earned a well-deserved place among the principal cello works of ...
Author: Roberto Drummond
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Eighteen-year-old Hilda, known as "the girl in the gold bikini" when she swam at her country club in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, abruptly leaves the gilded life to take up residence in room 304 of the Hotel Marvelous—as a prostitute. There she becomes Hilda Hurricane, an erotic force of nature no man can resist. The exception is reporter-narrator Roberto Drummond, who attempts to unravel the mystery of why the girl in the gold bikini would forego a comfortable life to join the world's oldest profession. While some in Belo Horizonte cheer Hilda's liberated lifestyle, others seek to have her moved outside the city limits, and a would-be saint cannot seem to finish the exorcism he began outside the Hotel Marvelous. Set against the social and political upheaval of the 1960s, Hilda's story seduces even as Drummond becomes aware of more ominous forces approaching Belo Horizonte. Hilda Hurricane was both a critical and a commercial success in Brazil, with more than 200,000 copies sold. (The DVD of the television adaptation has sold more than a million copies.) Admirers of Kurt Vonnegut will revel in Drummond's similarly sharp satire and playful digressions, particularly about left-wing politics, which blur the boundary between fiction and autobiography. Yet the real genius of the author's interventions may be that they never slow the story long enough to lose sight of this mysterious beauty swept up in the turmoil of the times.
4–5, 239–40, 295–98, 297, 349, 412n19; Festival of the Avant Garde '65, 135; festival productions as, 310, 350; Fluxus and, 94, 95–96; Flying Cello (McWilliams), 302, 314; forcefulness and, 143; freedom of avant-garde music and, 73, ...
Author: Joan Rothfuss
Publisher: MIT Press
The first book to explore the extraordinary career of musician and performance artist Charlotte Moorman, whose work combined classical rigor, avant-garde experiment, and madcap daring. The Juilliard-trained cellist Charlotte Moorman sat nude behind a cello of carved ice, performed while dangling from helium-filled balloons, and deployed an array of instruments on The Mike Douglas Show that included her cello, a whistle, a cap gun, a gong, and a belch. She did a striptease while playing Bach in Nam June Paik's Sonata for Adults Only. In the 1960s, Moorman (1933–1991) became famous for her madcap (and often unclothed) performance antics; less famous but more significant is Moorman's transformative influence on contemporary performance practice—and her dedication to the idea that avant-garde art should reach the widest possible audience. In Topless Cellist, the first book to explore Moorman's life and work, Joan Rothfuss rediscovers, and recovers, the legacy of an extraordinary American artist. Moorman's arrest in 1967 for performing topless made her a water-cooler conversation-starter, but before her tabloid fame she was a star of the avant-garde performance circuit, with a repertoire of pieces by, among others, Yoko Ono, Joseph Beuys, John Cage, and Paik, her main artistic partner. Moorman invented a new mode of performance that combined classical rigor, jazz improvisation, and avant-garde experiment—informed by intuition, daring, and love of spectacle. Moorman's annual festival of the avant-garde offered the public a lively sampler of contemporary art in performance, music, dance, poetry, film, and other media. Rothfuss chronicles Moorman's life from her youth in Little Rock, Arkansas (where she was “Miss City Beautiful” of 1952) through her career in New York's avant-garde to her death from breast cancer in 1991. (Typically, she approached her treatment as if it were a performance.) Deeply researched and profusely illustrated, Topless Cellist offers a fascinating, sometimes heartbreaking, often hilarious story of an artist whose importance was more than the sum of her performances.
chamber music is meant all that class of compositions written for small collections of instruments and therefore ... The trio is most frequently written for piano, violin, and 'cello, but other combinations, such as piano, violin, ...
Author: W. J. Henderson
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
"In reading any history of the development of music as an art one must ever bear in mind the fact that music was also developing at the same time as a popular mode of expression, and that the two processes were separate. The cultivation of modern music as an art was begun by the medieval priests of the Roman Catholic Church, who were endeavoring to arrange a liturgy for their service, and it is due to this fact that for several centuries the only artistic music was that of the Church, and that it was controlled by influences which barely touched the popular songs of the times. In the course of years the two kinds of music came [Pg 2] together, and important changes were made. But any account of the development of modern music as an art is compelled to begin with the story of the medieval chant." -An excerpt
After his death at the beginning of the nineteenth century there were, however, very few attempts to continue the tradition of cello composition in Spain. At the outset of the twentieth century the young Cassadó had practically only his ...
Author: Gabrielle Kaufman
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Barcelonian Gaspar Cassadó (1897-1966) was one of the greatest cello virtuosi of the twentieth century and a notable composer and arranger, leaving a vast and heterogeneous legacy. In this book, Gabrielle Kaufman provides the first full-length scholarly work dedicated to Cassadó, containing the results of seven years of research into his life and legacy, after following the cellist’s steps through Spain, France, Italy and Japan. The study presents in-depth descriptions of the three main parts of Cassadó’s creative output: composition, transcription and performance, especially focusing on Cassadó’s plural and multi-facetted creativity, which is examined from both cultural and historical perspectives. Cassadó’s role within the evolution of twentieth-century cello performance is thoroughly examined, including a discussion regarding the musical and technical aspects of performing Cassadó’s works, aimed directly at performers. The study presents the first attempt at a comprehensive catalogue of Cassadó’s works, both original and transcribed, as well as his recordings, using a number of new archival sources and testimonies. In addition, the composer’s significance within Spanish twentieth-century music is treated in detail through a number of case studies, sustained by examples from recovered score manuscripts. Illuminated by extraordinary source material Gaspar Cassadó: Cellist, Composer and Transcriber expands and deepens our knowledge of this complex figure, and will be of crucial importance to students and scholars in the fields of Performance Practice and Spanish Music, as well as to professional cellists and advanced cello students.
Many scholars have noted his command of the violin as well as his improvisational abilities on the piano, and have connected these activities with his compositions for the two instruments. The role of the cello is less well known, ...
Author: Tim Howell
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
In 2015, at the 150th anniversary of Jean Sibelius’ birth, research about his music and personality is more active than ever. Recent discoveries about the musical, literary, artistic, political, and social life around him have decisively widened the scope of scholarly discussion. As part of the anniversary celebrations, a great number of Sibelius scholars gathered in Hämeenlinna, his birth town, for a conference leading up to his birthday on December 8. This volume draws upon the most current achievements of Sibelius research. It brings together the diverse – and sometimes even divergent – viewpoints that emerged from this international meeting. These studies cover all of the genres in Sibelius’ production: orchestral works, incidental music, piano and chamber music, and songs, including both well-known works and rarities, and even some fresh discoveries. The chapters in this book are also a welcome reminder of the manifold sources of inspiration: the music of his contemporaries, nature, literature, and visual art. The versatility of Sibelius’ output, and the richness of his creative imagination are presented here to any reader interested to learn more about the music of the Finnish master.