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Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming for Cello

By Michael Praetorius

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String Duet, String Trio, Cello - Early Intermediate
Composed by Michael Praetorius (1571-1621). Arranged by Katherine Fraser. Classical Period, Baroque Period, Early Music, Christmas, Wedding. Set of Parts. 2 pages. Published by Katherine Lynn Fraser (S0.114329).

Item Number: S0.114329

This arrangement of the choral song composed by Michael Praetorius in the 15th Century is for three cellos, although it can also be played as a duet. Ideal for weddings, funerals, holiday events, and concert fillers. It is suitable for cellists at the late beginning level, and up. If you have a few minutes to fill in-between wedding sequences, this is a perfect song to throw in at the last minute. Omit the second ending if you run short on time.

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