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Fifty Famous Classical Themes for Cello

(15 customer reviews)

This book contains fifty famous classical themes along with accompaniment chord changes and bowings. A must have book for the advancing cellist. Songs include: A Mighty Fortress Is Our God, Allegro Maestoso, Ave Maria, Awake My Soul, Barcarolle, Blue Danube, Bouree, Bridal Chorus, Carnival of Venice, Chiribiribin, Christ the Lord Is Risen Today, Come Again, Sweet Love, Come Back to Sorrento, Dolores Waltz, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Farnandole, Finlandia, First Theme for Plovetzian Dances, German Dance, Habanera, Halllelujah, Kiss Waltz, La Cumparsita, Londonderry Air, March from the Nutcracker, Melody in F, Minuet (Beethoven), Minuet (Boccherini), Minuet I (Bach), Minuet (Mozart), Morning, Musette, Nocturne, Ode to Joy, Pavane, Piano Sonatina No. 1, Pomp and Circumstance, Reverie, Rondeau, Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Symphony No. 1, Symphony No. 7, Symphony No. 9, The Last Rose of Summer, The Skaters, Trumpet Tune, Trumpet Voluntary, Turkish March

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15 reviews for Fifty Famous Classical Themes for Cello

  1. Ellen L. West

    I really needed a new book of songs just for the practice of possible different keys, arrangements, interpretations, and for songs that I don’t have in other books. I found all of this in this collection. Having guitar chords included is nice, as I can record that part and play along with an accompaniment.

  2. Louise

    As a child, I began playing the viola. Playing viola through college in many orchestras, I still wanted to play the cello. Not until a few years back did I actually obtain a cello. After a medical break, I had the cello strings restrung and learning to play all over again. The books on Amazon for beginners, like this one, are SO HELPFUL. Playing assists in lowering my stress level and others by filling the air waves with beautiful music others recognize. Play on with zest and have fun!

  3. Amazon Customer

    Easy to sight read. Recognizable pieces and a very nice variety. Great to add to a cellist library and keep handy for a quick solo piece.

  4. Michael W.

    Perfect

  5. Lord_Allan

    Wonderful! Very pleased. Arrived promptly. Thank you.

  6. Amazon Customer

    Good for a second-year student

  7. Dan

    Interesting enough

  8. Stuart 2

    good book for beginning cello players.

  9. Amazon Customer

    really easy music. I like it

  10. Amazon Customer

    This is for my 6years old son. It’s a bit challenging for him but also enjoying familiar melody. Good for beginners.

  11. Chuck K

    Great collection of easy to play melodies. went through the entire collection at one time. really easy playing for your own enjoyment.

  12. William L. Schart

    I started learning cello on my own last summer and have been searching for enjoyable works within my ability. I came across this a while ago and it was well worth the price.

    The fifty works cover a range of abilities from beginners to intermediate players. I find that some of the technically easier pieces are ideal to work on things like tone and intonation. There is also a range of styles from Baroque up to some fairly recent works. A couple of hymns are thrown in for good measure.

    The music is fairly free of markings. There are some bowings indicated, but for the most part you’re on your own for bowing, dynamics, fingerings, etc. This could be good or bad. On one hand, you’ve got a lot on freedom to interpret and perform as you (or perhaps your teacher) sees fit; on the other hand, such freedom could lead astray. One thing it does have is chords, so someone can fairly easily provide a simple accomplishment on a guitar, keyboard, or other chordal instrument.

    All in all, a nice book that can provide UCB enjoyment as well as learning.

  13. SILVA

    Good for a beginner.

  14. G.

    Money well spent! Great pieces and even includes guitar/piano chord accompaniment .

  15. JP

    Nice collection of pieces.
    Easy to sight read. Recognizable pieces and a very nice variety. Great to add to a cellist library and keep handy for a quick solo piece.

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