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Ezerman, Alexander

UNCG

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William Henry Squire's out-of-print works for cello and piano: analysis and suggestions for teachers 2011 1123 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 2011 843 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 2012 28 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 2013 698 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 2014 28 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, ...