|William Henry Squire's out-of-print works for cello and piano: analysis and suggestions for teachers
||This study presents a biographical overview of William Henry Squire's life, performance, and teaching career and a pedagogical analysis of his out-of-print works for cello and piano. The study is organized into two main parts. The first reviews Squir...
|The multi-cello ensemble writing of Laszlo Varga: a study of his arrangements for multi-cello ensemble of the Adagio con variazione for cello and orchestra by Ottorino Respighi
||This is a study of the process used by Laszlo Varga to arrange music for multi-cello ensembles. It details how that process was applied to both his first arrangement for Solo Cello and 8-part Cello ensemble, and his second arrangement for Solo Cello,...
|Using the organ to teach the fourth suite prelude for violoncello solo by J.S. Bach
||Among the Bach unaccompanied suites for violoncello, the fourth suite in E-flat major is probably the least familiar to listeners and young cellists. It is also the least idiomatic for the cello, and the most difficult movement is the prelude. Musica...
|Luigi Boccherini’s string quintet in B-flat major, G. 312: a critical performing edition
||The Italian cellist and composer Luigi Boccherini (1743 - 1805) composed 125 quintets for 2 violins, viola, and 2 violoncellos during his career. A vast majority of these works have never been published in modern editions, and those that have been pu...
|Importance and pedagogical value of Three Sonatas for Two Cellos, Op. 43 by Bernhard Romberg
||The Three Sonatas for Two Cellos, Op. 43 by Bernhard Heinrich Romberg were composed as a progressive performance work. The most widely used copy of the work is a C. F. Peters, Leipzig Edition edited by Friedrich Wilhelm Grützmacher. In this edition, ...