Variations on a Rococo Theme (orginal version) by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893). Edited by Wallfisch Editorial Consultant: David Brown. Arranged by Piano Reduction: John York. For cello and piano. This edition: Urtext. Op. 33 (original version). Set of performance parts. Bowings, fingerings, introductory text and performance notes. 42 pages. Published by Edition Peters EP7673.
With bowings, fingerings, introductory text and performance notes. 9x12 inches.
C. F. Peters is delighted to announce the first new edition of the Rococo Variations to be published outside of Russia that presents the work in its original form. This new publication is based upon the composer's original version, which is the accepted performing sequence for many eminent cellists, as recorded by Steven Isserlis and Raphael Wallfisch. Reflecting the composer's original intentions, the edition includes: * The variations restored to their original order * Tchaikovsky's finale reinstated * Appendices containing the more bravura coda re-written by Wilhelm Fitzenhagen (the work's dedicatee) and the composer's first draft of the fourth variation
Violoncello and Piano.
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