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Movie Favorites - Cello

Cello

By Elliot Del Borgo

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Movie Favorites - Cello (Cello). Arranged by Elliot Del Borgo. For Cello, Orchestra. Hal Leonard Essential Elements String Method. Movies. Difficulty: easy-medium to medium. Cello solo songbook (no accompaniment). 24 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.868022).

ISBN 0793584213. Movies. 9x12 inches.

A collection of popular movie songs which can be played by the entire string group or by individual soloists with optional CD accompaniment (sold separately). Each song is correlated with a specific level in the Essential Elements Method Books. Two versions of each selection are included. The SOLO cello version appears in the beginning of the book. The STRING ORCHESTRA cello part of each song follows.

  • Star Trek: The Motion Picture 
  • Forrest Gump - Main Title (Feather Theme) 
  • End Credits - Apollo 13 
  • Chariots Of Fire 
  • The John Dunbar Theme 
  • Theme From 'Jurassic Park' 
  • The Man From Snowy River (Main Title Theme) 
  • Mission: Impossible Theme 
  • Somewhere Out There 
  • Theme From E.T. (The Extra-Terrestrial) 
  • Raiders March 
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  • 5

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  • December 16, 2008 Giving the Student a Choice

    I think the first question someone setting out to learn to play a musical instrument should be asked by his or her teacher is: "What is you favorite song?" Then the teacher should get or make an arrangement of that song simple enough for the student to be able to...

    play it in three months or less. MOVIE FAVORITES - CELLO is a great source book for sheet music that would fill the fill for many students. A studen who dreams of playing the theme from his favorite movie will love it.

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  • 1

    Location:
    Chattanooga, TN
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • January 02, 2007 : (

    Last year for my birthday, I begged my parents to buy me new sheet music. Unfortunately, they ended up buying me this book. I read through the whole thing in less than half an hour and was immensly unsatisfied. Most of the songs were originally solos for completely different instruments...

    and just sounded weird on the cello. And only one or two were actually pieces one should look back over at. Don't buy it.

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  • 4

    Location:
    Washington,D.C.
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • September 01, 2004 What i was looking for

    I have been playing the cello for 3 years and this book isnt what i call so much as hard but it will help keep my title as 1st chair celloist in 8th grade at my school.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Washington State
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • June 01, 2004 Just what I needed

    As a new cello player, I wanted a challenging music book that would help me excel, but still be exciting in the 90 minutes each week I tried to practice. This book did the trick. Just yesterday I did an hour of practicing from it. One of most favorite parts...

    about it is the variety of songs, although a couple of them I still haven't mastered. I'm still able to do my favorites, such as "Somewhere Out There" and "E.T." Another good point is you can play with a piano accompaniment book. My mom just so happens to be a piano teacher, so obviously we play together. If you've just learned how to play the cello, but you know how to play all strings with the 4 fingers, I would definitely advise you to get this book. As you progress and learn new tricks, you can play more songs. It is definitely not horrific.

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    Location:
    new York,New York
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • March 14, 2004 Horrific

    the title says it all

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