Piatti, 12 Caprices For Cello (Peters)

Piatti's "12 Caprices" are valuable for learning advanced techniques and musically interesting. As a result, they are one of the only compositions of Piatti's that remain in the cello repertoire. Stutschewsky has edited the caprices for solo cello, which are available in Peters Edition. They are considered to be of ASTA Grade 5 difficulty.

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Piatti, Method For Cello Bk 1 (Stainer And Bell)

Piatti's Violoncello Method is a collection of teaching compositions by various authors such as Duport, Romberg, Dotzauer and Lee. It features brief but highly effective methodic notes. This method is intended to guide students through the initial stages of playing technique, all the way up to early exercises in the fifth, sixth, and seventh positions (in the Tenor Clef). However, students need a basic understanding of music theory to comprehend and utilize this method.

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Piatti, Method For Cello Bk 2 (Stainer And Bell)

The second book of Piatti's Method for Cello builds upon the first book and features more than 50 exercises. The method covers various aspects of cello playing, including scales and exercises on different positions, such as pizzicato, vibrato, variations of bowing, dotted notes, and synchronization.

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Piatti, Method For Cello Bk 3 (Stainer And Bell)

Alfredo Piatti, a 19th-century composer and musician, wrote a three-part Cello method. The third part includes techniques like ornamentation, double stops, and harmonics. Published by Stainer and Bell, the book was written by A.C. Piatti.

Alfredo Piatti was an Italian cellist born in 1822. He played with many famous soloists of his time and significantly influenced cello history. Piatti taught at the Royal Academy of Music, and his cello method remains popular worldwide despite his death in 1901.

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