Cello Sonata arr. for Cello and Strings
Written only three years before his death, Debussy's Cello Sonata unfortunately represents
only a fragment of a substancial cycle of chamber music which he had planned to write.
Structure, gesture and - in particular - the brevity of the piece suggest that this music
is part of something larger; Something which goes beyond its boundaries.
-The piece is arranged for Solo Cello and String Orchestra of at least:
-The solo part remains unchanged.
Erich Wolfgang Korngold
In order to provide "new" repertoire for the Saxophone quartet, Korngold's lively and bold piano sonatas provided ideal material to fill the lack of 19th/early 20th century repertoire for saxophone. The arrangement takes the outer two movements from the 3rd sonata, Op. 25 (written 1931) and the middle two from Korngold's second (which he wrote 21 years earlier, at the age of twelve) depicting both his early compositions as one-in-the-century prodigy and his more mellow and lavish language which would eventually lead to his film scores.
Pequena Suite arr. for Viola and Guitar
The very colour- and "fruitful" suite - originally for cello and piano - arranged for more intimate Viola and Guitar. Also available: Distribução de Flôres for flute and piano also arranged for Viola and Guitar.
Recording of the 5th movement, Melodia: