Four Klezmer Songs

for double bass solo

Composer
Mike Curtis
Arranger
Andreas Wiebecke-Gottstein
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Full details

4 pieces "Alcazaba", "Boruch Ato Bo'ir", " Rebn's dance " and "Yoshke, Yoshke" in a version for double bass solo (see also Mike Curtis: " Klezmer duets " under "cello and double bass"). The pieces live on the vitality of klezmer music and a huge number of different play technologies like col'legno battuta, sul ponticello, pitch bend etc., and, besides, remain well playable always on the double bass. A real enrichment for the solo literature of the advanced and ready qualified double bass player.


Score ID
193819
Composer
Mike Curtis
Arranger
Andreas Wiebecke-Gottstein
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
8 minutes
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Solo Contrabass)
Genre
World music
Licensing

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