DescriptionA fantastic collection of solos for the English Horn player. Transcribed and edited by Thomas Stacy for Horn with piano accompaniment. Featured pieces includes Faure´s Sicilienne, Borodin´s Notturno and Mozart´s Adagio K.58a.SonglistAdagio [Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus]Gymnopedie No.1 [Satie, Erik]Intermezzo (Granados)Largo (Symphony No.9 In E Minor ´From The New World´ Op.95) [Dvorak, Antonin]Nocturne [Borodin, Alexander]SicilienneSonata (Marcello)Sonata (Telemann)Swan Of Tuonela,The (Sibelius)The Swan (Le Cygne)Tristan And Isolde Theme-wagnerWhen I Am Laid In EarthWhere E´er You Walk [Handel, George Frideric]
Arrangement Violoncello: Schiff, HeinrichFingering: Ubber, ChristianEditor: Wiesenfeldt, ChristianePreface: Reutter, JochenOriginally, Beethoven wrote Sonata Op. 17 for horn and piano. This composition was intended for the famous horn virtuoso Johann Wenzel Stich who called himself Giovanni Punto. Punto had greatly expanded the playing techniques on the natural horn. Accordingly, Beethoven tailored the solo part completely to the unique playing skills of this virtuoso musician. Punto performed the work several × to other hornists, however, it remained unaccessible at that time because of its difficulties. That probably was the reason why this work was published in a version for horn or violoncello one year after the world premiere already. It is deemed to be fairly certain that this arrangement goes back to Beethoven himself. Carl Czerny already ranked this sonata among Beethoven´s original cello sonatas and listed it chronologically as No. 3. Like the 1801 edition of the Viennese publisher Tranquillo Mollo, the Wiener Urtext Edition publishes the sonata for horn or violoncello and piano. Whereas the horn sonata was very difficult to play at the time of creation, the arrangement for violoncello, curiously enough, is one of the easiest among Beethoven´s cello sonatas. For this reason, the composition is increasingly popular among cellists as an accessible approach to Beethoven´s oeuvre for violoncello and piano. Consequently, the work is now available in the Wiener Urtext Edition series as separate edition as well.
Reading Key Jazz RhythmsWith this book/CD set you will learn essential jazz rhythms first-hand from world-class professionals ! Reading Key Jazz Rhythms is a collection of 24 easy to medium level jazz etudes, and 24 simplified guide tone versions of the etudes. They are ideal for learning the basic language of jazz, swing phrasing, and articulation. A perfect tool for preparing for the jazz ensemble or for any other ensemble/orchestra which performs jazz related music (f.i., pops orchestras, musical, studio, movie scores, concert and marching bands, etc.). Each etude is based on a specific rhythm or a combination of rhythmic figures. Some etudes sound like very lyrical improvised jazz solos, while others are more like a melody to a standard. On the accompanying CD the soloist demonstrates the 24 melodious etudes together with a professional rhythm section. You can also improvise along with the play-along tracks using the chord symbols. The guide tones are the essential or defining notes for each given chord type. So if improvising is new to you and you find yourself getting lost, you can always return to a guide tone and play ryhthmically around it. Any etude and its corresponding simplified guide tone version can be played together as a duet (with or without the CD accompaniment) with your teacher or a friend.Nombre de pages :68
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The World to Come: Dara Horn
Around the World:A Narrative of a Tour of the Earth, Setting Forth the Experiences of One Who Recently Made the Trip Alone With Historical and Descriptive Data (Classic Reprint) Edward C. Horn
Troubled World: Steve Horner
Adapting to a New World:English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake James Horn