Pachelbel's Canon; written in 1694, first published in 1919, first recorded 1940. Pachelbel, renowned in his day, remained forgotten for centuries, and most of his highly regarded music has been lost. So many people have recorded and altered, fooled with and fumbled through this piece that it is almost crazy to do yet another version...
College Groves - solo cello- pdf - 2 pages - also known by many other names; The New Demesne, College Grove, The Millstone. The oldest source for this tune is in O'Neills Music of Ireland in 1903. Read more…..
Czardas was written in 1904 by Italian composer Vittorio Monti. It is based on a Hungarian Csárdás. This arrangement includes parts of the original piano accompaniment by using extra rhythmic bars, double stops and left hand pizzicato. Read more…..
"Gabriel's Oboe" written by Italian composer Ennio Morricone is the main theme for the 1986 film The Mission. This is one of the pieces that is most often requested to be played during a wedding ceremony. Read more…..
This version for solo cello is a reduction of the vocal part and the orchestral accompaniment. There are many double stops and rich harmonies. It is arranged in the opriginal key of G major, which suits the cello as the open G and D strings can be utilized for ease of double stopping. Read more…..
This gorgeous chant from “The Hobbit” has enchanted listeners since it was first heard. This is a beautiful version for solo cello. It is easy and enjoyable to play. The dark chant mood is perfect for the tonality of the cello. Read more…..
STRING QUARTET ARRANGEMENT. The well known piece One Day Like This is from the English alternative rock band band Elbow. All their five studio albums have made the top 20 in the U.K charts. Read more…..
Written in 1971 by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley for the movie “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” in which it was sung so wonderfully by Gene Wilder (Willy Wonka). read more code Read more…..