Cello Duet Cello - Level 3 - Digital Download
By Katherine L Fraser. By Traditional. Arranged by Katherine L Fraser. Baroque,Christmas,Classical,Early Music,Medieval. Score. 4 pages. Katherine L Fraser #877963. Published by Katherine L Fraser (A0.1286959).
This holiday favorite can be played as a cello solo (Part 1), a cello duet, or a cello duet with guitar accompaniment. The attached audio includes the guitar accompaniment. The video shows the cello duet without accompaniment. The guitarist can use a simple strum (thumb brush), as in the audio sample, or incorporate more sophisticated fingerings. The music, which is rumored to have been composed by King Henry VIII for Anne Boleyn, is appropriate for Christmas, weddings, memorial services, recitals, church services, or general performances. To purchase the cello solo only, click on the link provided below. If the piece is played without accompaniment, omit Measure 10 (as shown in the video).
I hope you enjoy this timeless classic with a little twist!!!
Cello Solo: What Child Is This for Solo Cello
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