Cello Concerto n° 4, op. 65 in G major - arr. for cello & string orchestra (score) - Score Only (arr. Michele Galvagno) Sheet Music | Georg Eduard Goltermann | Orchestra
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Cello Concerto n° 4, op. 65 in G major - arr. for cello & string orchestra (score) - Score Only (arr. Michele Galvagno) Digital Sheet Music
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Cello Concerto n° 4, op. 65 in G major - arr. for cello & string orchestra (score) - Score Only (arr. Michele Galvagno)by Georg Eduard Goltermann String Orchestra - Digital Sheet Music

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Finally, after almost two years of work, we can present to the world the reconstructed score of Goltermann's Fourth Cello Concerto, a pillar, a fundamental milestone in the repertoire of every growing cellist.

This arrangement allows students to get the feeling of playing this concerto with a full orchestra while using only strings. No orchestral part has been forgotten or misplaced. It requires at least 2 double basses but for the rest, an ordinary music school should be able to handle this with ease.

This Critical Edition corrects every clear mistake and adds editorial markings where needed. 

A comprehensive 12-page comments section details all the notes found by our musicologists in the creation process.

A solo cello part, both marked and unmarked, is available separately, along with performing material for this version and the original version as well.

This product was created by a member of ArrangeMe, Hal Leonard's global self-publishing community of independent composers, arrangers, and songwriters. ArrangeMe allows for the publication of unique arrangements of both popular titles and original compositions from a wide variety of voices and backgrounds.