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5 Pieces in Folk Style, Op. 102
Strings Cello, Piano Accompaniment (Violoncello and Piano) - Henle Level 4-5
With Marked and Unmarked String Parts Version for Violoncello and Piano. Composed by Robert Schumann. Edited by Ernst Herttrich. Arranged by David Geringas and Klaus Schilde. Sheet Music. Paperbound. Henle Music Folios. With marked and unmarked string parts. Classical. Softcover. 32 pages. G. Henle #HN910. Published by G. Henle (HL.51480910).
Item Number: HL.51480910
ISBN 9790201809106. 9.25x12.25 inches.
Originally composed for violoncello and piano, Schumann's opus 102 was also published in an edition for violin. In this new Urtext edition, practice-oriented string fingerings are included making this work excellently suited for the teaching of intermediate level students and beyond.
“Celebrating the 200th anniversary of Schumann's birth, Henle has released these rarely heard miniatures for cello and piano. They are quirky and short, but more substantial than first meets the ear...Goethe's poem 'Vanitas! vanitatum vanitas!' gives the first spirited piece its title--in contrast, the second is pastoral and nostalgic. The third allows the cello full romantic rein in a sonorous melody, while the fourth is a joyous dance giving way to a mellow tune. The fifth and lengthier last piece rounds out the set, reminiscent of the first.”--Strings magazine.
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