The First Violin Sonata by Gabriel Faure (1845-1924) was an extraordinary composition which opened the way for the oeuvre of one of the most important French composers in the late 19th century and early
A real treasure trove in the scarce Romantic viola literature: Vol. 1 (Schott, ED 22254) of the popular Pièces des concours series are now followed by Vol. 2 (ED 22255) and Vol. 3 (ED 22256)....
A beautiful setting of this beloved classic is now creatively set for solo instrument with piano. A terrific choice for just about any church occasion!
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Originally written in 1938 for advanced violin (cello), this revised version features organ. Heribert Breuer, choir director and professor in Berlin, arranged the score for the organ, thus opening up
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