Herz - Introduction, variations and Finale for cello and piano


Herz - Introduction, variations and Finale for cello and piano. You can download the sheet music Herz - Introduction, variations and Finale for cello and piano on this page. This unique cello composition - is a traditional sample opus for string instrument by the well-known virtuoso of composition. This musical work impress listener by the clear changes of figurations and different interesting characteristics.
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Cello part: 5 pages. 1292 K


Piano part: 17 pages. 4716 K


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Henri Herz (1803 - 1888 in Paris) was a pianist and composer, Austrian by birth, and French by domicile. He was also a music teacher at the Paris Conservatoire. Among his major works are eight piano concertos, a piano sonata, rondos, nocturnes, waltzes, marches, fantasias, and numerous sets of variations. Herz was born Heinrich Herz in Vienna on 6 January 1803. He was Jewish by birth, although he asked the musical journalist Fétis not to mention this in the latter's musical encyclopaedia, perhaps a reflection of endemic antisemitism in nineteenth-century French cultural circles. As a child he studied with his father, and in Coblenz with the organist Daniel Hünten. In 1816 he entered the Paris Conservatoire, where he studied under Victor Dourlen and Anton Reicha. His brother Jacques Herz (1794-1880) was a fellow-pupil at the Conservatoire who also became a pianist and teacher.

 
 
     
 
 
 
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