Cello-(Phil)Vielharmonie 2
12 Arrangements for 4 to 5 Cellos from Susato to Comedian Harmonists

Five centuries of cello music

In Volume 2, “Cello-(Phil-)Vielharmonie” again covers a spectrum of about 400 years of music history. The book contains a selection ranging from Renaissance dances to Handel’s “Largo” and Mozart’s “Ave verum”, from the “Huntsmen’s Chorus” of Weber’s “Freischütz” to Wagner’s “Pilgrims’ Chorus” and even to hits of the Comedian Harmonists. The arrangements are conceived for four and five cellos and are easy to play. Though only the first part goes beyond the first position, the second does so occasionally and the third very rarely. This allows less experienced players to fully enjoy the rich cello sound. Tips and suggestions for the ensemble work round out the second volume of the “Cello-(Phil-)Vielharmonie” as well.

Table of contents
1 Susato The Battle from: 'Het derde musyck boexken' 1551
2 Haußmann Tanz mir nicht mit meiner Jungfer Käthen from: 'Venusgarten' 1602
3 Händel Lascia ch’io pianga (Sarabande) from: 'Rinaldo' HWV 7b
4 Händel Ombra mai fù (Largo) from: 'Serse' HWV 40
5 Mozart Ave verum corpus KV 618
6 Weber Huntsmen’s Chorus from: 'Der Freischütz' op. 77
7 Schubert Der Lindenbaum from: 'Die Winterreise' D 911
8 Wagner Pilgerchor / Pilgrims’ Chorus from: 'Tannhäuser'
9 Verdi La Vergine degli Angeli from: 'La Forza del Destino'
10 Grieg Ballad from: 'Lyrica Pieces' op. 65
11 Heymann Ein Freund, ein guter Freund from: 'Die Drei von der Tankstelle'
12 Heymann Das ist die Liebe der Matrosen aus: 'Bomben auf Monte Carlo‘
 
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