BOCCHERINI CELLO SONATA NO. 3 IN G 1ST MOV


BOCCHERINI CELLO SONATA NO. 3 IN G 1ST MOV

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Luigi Boccherini was a Cello virtuoso player from Lucca, Italy. The cello being his own instrument, it is not surprising to learn that Boccherini composed over 30 sonatas for cello and basso continuo.From these the six Sonatas published in England in 1771, and later transcribed with accompaniment by modern piano, are considered his most important work as regards Cello, and Maria Tchaikovskaya chosed the No. 3 to show the essence of his composing concepts through interpretation Topics: 1) The taste of the composer and how to express it 2) How to play Forte and Piano in a Largo movement 3) When to use shifts and when not to use them Professor: Maria Tchaikovskaya Student: Emily Siegreich


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