Martinu - Arietta for cello H.188


Martinu - Arietta for cello. You can download the PDF sheet music Martinu - Arietta for cello on this page. This nice brilliant composition by this well-known virtuoso - is still the traditional example of composition for classical cello. This wonderful opus enthuse the performer by the exciting character of cellist and piano harmonies as well as many other composer's features. This string opus amaze the cellist by dynamical and bright melodical intonation of cello sound & many other custom tricks.
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Instrument part: 2 pages. 55 K

 

Piano part: 5 pages. 98 K

 

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Bohuslav Martinů is certainly one of the most original composers of the twentieth century. Essentially self-taught, Martinů was prolific: he produced more than 400 works including thirty concertos, fifteen operas and twelve ballets. Born in Polička in Bo hemia, he displayed such a talent for music that a public subscription was arranged to allow him to study at the Prague Conservatory – from which he was later ex pelled for ‘incorrigible negligence’. He spent the next few years teaching and study ing on his own before becoming a violinist in the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in the early 1920s, which gave him the opportunity to visit other European countries and, above all, to work out that his own aesthetic preferences were not at all in line with those of his native country. Although – like his famous colleagues – he was interested in Czech folk music, he was not afraid of combining it with contemporary touches such as impressionism, jazz and even electronic amplification. Despite his lifelong curiosity concerning the music of his own time, however, Martinů remained essentially a tonal composer, and he found his aesthetic ideal in France, where he lived from 1923 until 1940.
 
 
     
 
 
 
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