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Tortelier cello book two [music] : twelve classical and folk pieces arranged for cello in first position with accompaniment for piano / arranged by Paul Tortelier
Bib ID 486653
Format MusicMusic
Description London : Chester Music, c1975 
1 score (30 p.) + 1 part (12 p.) ; 30 cm. 
Full contents
  • Rondo / Handel
  • Bonsoir copain : French folk
  • Ariette / Lully
  • Rhanouka : Israeli folk
  • Choral [sic] / Mozart
  • Menuet / Exaudet
  • Kojo no tsuki /Rentaro Taki
  • Lullaby / Schubert
  • A, ola, ola : Norwegian folk
  • Fleurs de neige : Breton carol
 
Notes

"Each piece ... is preceded by a 'mini-prelude'"-- p. [2].

Pl. no.: J.W.C. 55049.

Subjects Violencello music -- Teaching pieces.  |  Cello and piano music, Arranged -- Scores and parts.
Other authors/contributors Tortelier, Paul, 1914-, Arranger
Music Publisher Number J.W.C. 55049 

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