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Song Without Words in D major, Op. 109 post.

Cello and piano
Composed by Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn (1809-1847). Edited by Edmund Kurtz. Published by International Music Company (IM.3405).

Item Number: IM.3405

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  • 5

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  • June 16, 2008 An Instant and Lasting Classic

    This piece showcases the lyric capabilities of the cello in a sweet piece you can play for recitals or anywhere else. :) Romantic and thoughtful, passionate and fiery, this piece has it all! A must have for any cellist, and it's a good time for the pianist too.

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  • 4

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  • April 23, 2008 A Beautiful Piece

    This is such a wonderful little song. I played it at a recital for school and everybody loved it. I actually played the cello part on the double bass. One of the faculty members at my school pointed out that after the B section refrain back into the A section...

    , there is a discrepancy on what to note to play there. This edition has a G natural creating the 7th of the dominat chord and it sounds great, but it was pointed out to me that there should actually be an A natural there. In the Peters ed. that is what's written. The Peter's edition is also good because it has some little variation options included. I would say that the Peter's ed. is probably the more authentic and smarter buy. I think you get a nice little collection of Mendelssohn cello pieces all together with that edition.

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  • 5

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  • April 02, 2007 Beautiful but hard...

    Great rep for any trained cellist. Has some real complicated passages. Every self respecting cellist should own this piece.

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