for Two Cellos
|Musical Editions||Score (C), Parts|
|Author / Composer||Friedrich Dotzauer|
|Scope||80 pages; 23.2 × 30.5 cm|
|Year of origin||1825|
|Publisher / Producer||Artistic Score Engraving|
|Producer No.||ASE 0027A|
PROJECT DOTZAUER Vol. 2
The Twelve Original Pieces for Two Cellos, Op. 52 by J. J. F. Dotzauer (1783—1860) leave behind the comfort of the first four positions of the left hand, venturing, thus, into the intermediary ones. They provide the perfect follow up to the previously published Op. 58 and Op. 159. In this collection, students will be able to enjoy no less than five fugues for two cellos, a genre seldom faced before one get to practice J. S. Bach’s 5th Suite for cello solo.
This edition is offered in two versions, Basic & Collector’s Edition. The Basic version is based on the first edition published by Dotzauer at Breitkopf & Härtel in the 1820s. The Collector’s Edition adds the version of these pieces as it appears in the 57 Little Duets compiled by Johannes Klingenberg (1852—1905), and published at the end of the XIX century, and personal fingering and bowing suggestions by ASE main editor, Michele Galvagno.
Check this promotional video to hear how they sound: