Lieder Op.9 No.2
Chamber Music - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22502680
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Cello,Piano,Viola,Violin - Level 1 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1231505

Composed by Felix Bartholdy Mendessohn. Arranged by André Nusa. 19th Century,Chamber,Romantic Period. 7 pages. Andre_Nusa #827215. Published by Andre_Nusa (A0.1231505).

The arrangement of the lieder op.9 no.2 by Mendelssohn features the piano playing the gentle and flowing accompaniment supported by the viola and cello while the violin takes on the sweet melody. The arrangement stays true to the original piece, capturing the romantic and expressive nature of the music. The violin plays the melodic line with a warm and expressive tone, while the piano, viola and cello provides a rich harmonic foundation. The piece is well-suited for intermediate players, with the string part remaining within the comfortable range of the instrument and the piano part utilizing basic chord progressions. The sheet music includes full score standard notation and individual parts.

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