Cello,Instrumental Duet,Violin - Level 1 - Digital Download
Composed by Anton Rubinstein, Antonin Dvorak, Ludwig van Beethoven, Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky, Niccolò Paganini Johannes Brahms., Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and Robert Schumann. Arranged by Francesco Leone. Classical,Instructional,Romantic Period. 41 pages. Glissato Edizioni Musicali #6673819. Published by Glissato Edizioni Musicali (A0.850687).
10 easy duets collection of the romantic period arranged for Violin and Cello, very useful for recital of beginners / intermediate players. Each title is arranged in three different keys, the most comfortable, from low to high. Duration 15.00 (+-).Contents: 1. Largo from "New World Symphony" – A. Dvorák 2. Theme from "Le Streghe" - N.Paganini 3. Melody – A. Rubinstein 4. Soldier March – R. Schumann 5. The Great Gate of Kiev - M. Mussorgsky 6. Theme from "New World Symphony" (IV mov.) - A. Dvorák 7. Theme from "Symphony n. 1" (IV mov.) - J. Brahms 8. Theme from "Symphony n. 5" (II mov.) - L. van Beethoven 9. Theme from "Symphony n. 7" (II mov.) - L. van Beethoven 10. Theme from "Swane Lake" - P.I.Tchaikovsky.
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