Cello Technical Work

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Bazelaire La Technique Du Violoncelle ( Leduc Edition)

Paul Bazelaire (1886-1958) was a French pianist and cellist who trained at the Paris Conservatoire. He was an experienced teacher and authored several publications. Bazelaire's Études transcendentales were virtuosic adaptations of Kummer's mid-nineteenth-century studies and reflected the advancements in cello technique during his time. Throughout his career, he composed over a hundred pieces, including some for solo piano.

$45.41 Price

Dotzauer - 113 Exercises for Cello Book 3 ( No 63- 85) EMB

Dotzauer was a skilled musician who composed operas, symphonies, overtures, mass, concertos, and chamber music. However, his educational compositions have proved to be of lasting value. At the end of the 19th century, there was an idea to compile and publish a selection of his educational life work that met the demands of the time. Several publications of this kind were made, but the work by Johannes Klingenberg has turned out to be the most successful.

$34.50 Price

Feuillard, Technique For Cello Vl 4 (Delrieu)

"The Technique of the Cello" is a collection of eight volumes of progressive studies that are selected, annotated, and fingered by Louis R. Feuillard. Louis Feuillard (1872-1941) was a renowned professor at the Paris Conservatoire, as well as a chamber musician and a quartet cellist. His publications are known for their logical and progressive approach and are still considered valuable resources for anyone studying cello. Notably, he was a teacher to Paul Tortelier, a highly respected cellist. Volume 4 of this collection is titled "Technic of the Cello".

$45.41 Price

Pat Legg & Alan Gout, Learning The Tenor Clef for Cello

New resource available for cellists learning tenor clef. Introduces clef through pieces in all keys at Grade 4 level, with accompaniments.

It covers techniques like moving to a higher register, playing the transitional part of the cello, and reading across strings.

$32.73 Price

Mooney Double Stops For Cello (Alfred)

Rick Mooney's latest book uses double stops to provide excellent learning material for young and advancing cellists. With over 60 familiar folk songs, many of which are in the Suzuki repertoire, this book helps students develop skills such as hearing intonation, shaping the hand correctly, shifting, extensions, and preparing for future repertoire.

$16.36 Price

Superstudies Book 1 For Cello

Superstudies Cello Book 1 is a collection of 16 original studies for young cello players from grades 1-3. The book perfectly balances technical and musical development, covering diverse keys, modes, rhythms, and styles, including jazz. The descriptive titles help players express themselves appropriately for each study. It is enjoyable and stimulating for teachers and pupils alike.

$20.00 Price

Superstudies Book 2 For Cello

"Superstudies Cello Book 2" is a compilation of 15 original and imaginative studies for solo cello, specially designed for young players between Grades 3-5. The book includes progressive technical points that go hand-in-hand with musical development. The studies cover a range of keys, modes, rhythmic patterns and styles (including jazz) while encouraging self-expression. The descriptive titles of each study are intended to help the cellist play in a style suitable to each survey. Both teachers and pupils will find this enjoyable yet informative collection to be a valuable resource.

$26.27 Price

Ten American Cello Etudes By Aaron Minsky

Ten American Cello Études is a collection of 24 pieces by Aaron Minsky, published in 1988. They help cellists learn jazz, blues, and folk. Each piece evokes an American location, perfect for recitals. The études improve technical skills while exploring modern American music. This collection is a must-have for cellists of all levels.

• Unique and entertaining musical pieces 

• Contemporary styles, including Latin, rock and roll, blues, and more 

• Depictions of American places, activities, and moods 

• Technical challenges such as harmonics, left-hand pizzicato, and double-stopping 

• Useful fingering and bowing suggestions

$40.86 Price

Lee, 40 Easy Studies For Cello (Schott)

"40 Easy Studies For Cello" is a compilation of basic study literature for all instrumentalists. It was written by Sebastian Lee and edited and arranged by Hugo Becker. The book is part of the Essential Exercises series and is published by Edition Schott. The series offers a range of technical exercises, methodological instructions, and new editions and reprints of successful standard study works.

$45.41 Price

Cohen, Technique Takes Off for Cello

This collection offers fourteen original and imaginative pieces for solo cello players. It is designed to take players from an elementary level to the more advanced material of Dotzauer and Popper. Each piece focuses on one or two aspects of cello technique, covering many skills, including spiccato bowing, string crossing, moto perpetuo, cantabile, and easy double stopping. Teachers and students will find this collection both enjoyable and stimulating.

$22.68 Price

Smith, Cello Sight Reading Book 1 (Oxford)

Book 1 is an excellent resource for cello players who want to improve their sight-reading skills. It includes 50 graded melodies, ranging from grades 1 to 5. Each exercise helps build sight-reading skills and confidence. The book also offers tips to improve technique, making it a comprehensive resource for all cello players.

$40.86 Price

Amanti, 20 Jazz Etudes for Cello (Schott)

Lucio Amanti, an Italian cellist, combines classical and jazz music. His 'Jazz Suite' for cello solo fuses Bach's suites with modern jazz. He's created a series of études with pop, jazz, and improvisation influences. The études explore styles, from jazz ballads to samba rhythms and funk. Amanti's innovative approach is sure to captivate music enthusiasts.

$43.18 Price


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