Reger - Folk Tunes in Bass Clef for Cello Quartet - Volume 1

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Reger - Folk Tunes in Bass Clef for Cello Quartet - Volume 1
Reger - Folk Tunes in Bass Clef for Cello Quartet - Volume 1Reger - Folk Tunes in Bass Clef for Cello Quartet - Volume 1
Sales price $8.00
Purchase includes

Complete Set

Reger Volume 1-Herzweh

Complete Set

Reger Volume 1-Sternlein1

Complete Set

Reger Volume 1-Das Madchen

Complete Set

Reger Volume 1-Liebchens

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Description

Each volume has 4 pieces by Max Reger originally for piano. Vol. 1 consists of Herzweh, Das Sternlein, Das Madchen and Liebchens Bote.  Vol. 2 consists of Ich Hab’ die Nacht geträumet, Schwabisches Tanzliedchen, Wie Kommt’s and a second version of Das Sternlein. 

All are in the form of a short theme and a few variations, and richly chromatic and expressive. All in bass clef and nothing above fourth position; mostly easy. Score and 4 parts.  Sound clips are systhesized performances of portions of Herzweh from vol. 1 and Schwabishes Tanzliedchen from vol. 2.

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This is a downloadable arrangement. Buy it now and you can download the PDF directly to your computer. To receive printed folio copies (extra charge), ask for them in the comments section of the order.

Rare 18th and 19th Century Chamber Music including the Cello

In the late 1970s I acquired two bound volumes of duos for violin and cello. As a cellist, I was attracted to them since they were “duos concertante”, with the cello part equal to the violin part. There were 58 duos, with all the violin parts bound in one volume, and all the cello parts in the other.

I am offering many (but not all) of these duos in both facsimiles of the original (no scores were printed) and new performing editions by myself with scores and parts done on Finale. These editions will attempt to correct errors, resolve inconsistencies in dynamics, articulations, bowings, etc. However I will not supply such markings where there is no reason to do so, leaving that to the whim of the performers.