|タイトル||Concert Pieces for Double Bass and Piano|
|シリーズ名||Bärenreiter's Double Bass Collection|
|楽器編成||Double Bass, Piano|
|校訂者||J. Peter Close, Holger Sassmannshaus|
|形状||33/64 ページ・30.0 x 23.0 cm・370 g・Stapled|
This collection is conceived for young double bass players who wish to start performing in public.
The edition contains 19 concert pieces which are easy to rehearse yet sound effective from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods. In addition there are newly composed pieces by the Polish bass player Boguslaw Furtok (*1967).
• Concert pieces for double bass and piano accompaniment
• Easy to medium level of difficulty
• Ideal continuation of the string method Early Start on the Double Bass
From the contents:
Beethoven, "Adagio" from the Sonatina for Mandoline and Harpsichord / J. S. Bach, "Largo" / Fauré, "Aprčs un ręve" / Dancla, "Polka" / Tschaikowsky, "Chanson triste" / Fauré, "Sicilienne" / Saint-Saëns, "The Swan", among others.
Holger Sassmannshaus is a double bass player with the Niederrheinische Sinfoniker, Germany, as well as being a double bass teacher and musician in other ensembles
J. Peter Close teaches violoncello and double bass in Munich.
Schlemüller: Song op. 12/1 - Dittersdorf: German Dance - Mozart: Papageno's Aria - Mozart: March of the Priests (from The Magic Flute K. 620) - Beethoven: Adagio (originally for mandolin and harpsichord (Woo 43a)) - Mendelssohn: Minuet (from Student Concerto op. 213, 2nd movement) - Anonymus: Tre giorni - Bach: Largo (from BWV 1056/2) - Dancla: Polka (from Petite école de la mélodie. 20 petits pièces très faciles en trois suites (op. 123, suite no. 1/6)) - Fauré: Après un rêve - Nölck: Tempo di ballo (from Petit Album de Concert) - Bréval/Feuillard: Adagio (from Concertino in F, 2nd movement) - Tschaikowsky: Chanson triste - Keyper: Romance - Fuchs: Allegro moderato (from Three Pieces for Contrabass and Piano (op. 96/1)) - Furtok: Elegie - Fauré: Sicilienne op. 78 - Furtok: Concert Piece - Saint-Saëns: The Swan (from The Carnival of the Animals)