Violin I part from "Che gelida manina"

From La Boheme

Composer
G. Puccini (1858-1924) Arr. Charles Gunsaullus
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Full details

This is an arrangement of the beautiful aria "Che gelida manina" from act one of La Boheme. It is written for an advanced quartet, and in addition to the key, it has difficult passages for all four players.

The tempo and dynamic markings are there for guidance only. This should be performed with the utmost in flexible tempo and feeling, just as a tenor would sing it in the opera. I have tried to preserve the original score and markings as best as I could, but some markings have changed for ease of performance. Enjoy!


Composer
G. Puccini (1858-1924) Arr. Charles Gunsaullus
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Other parts
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