Works for Violoncello and Piano
Of particular value to the editors were early performance editions of the cello sonatas by Cornelius van Vliet and Edwin Hughes, Hugo Becker and Carl Friedberg, as well as Julius Klengel. The performance markings of these musicians allow for a better understanding of their performance practice. As such, the Bärenreiter editions each come with a cello part marked with fingerings and bowings by the editors which are based on the practices of Brahms‘ contemporaries. We also provide an unmarked Urtext part.
Sonata for Violoncello and Piano in E minor op. 38
The first three movements of Johannes Brahms’ E minor Cello Sonata were composed in 1862, the last movement was written in 1865. During the first years of its performance the work was received with mixed enthusiasm. By the end of Brahms’ life, ...
Score, Part, Urtext edition - Stapled
Sonata for Violoncello and Piano in F major op. 99
Brahms completed his Cello Sonata op. 99 during the productive summer of 1886. The first public performance took place in Vienna on 24 November of the same year. Robert Hausmann played the cello part and the composer himself was his partner ...
Performance score, Part, Urtext edition - Paperback