Suzuki Violin School — Volume 3 — Orchestral Cello Companion

for 2-3 cellos

J.S. Bach, P. Martini, A. Dvorak, J. Becker
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This is our second publication in the series of the Suzuki Violin School arrangements for cello ensemble. It covers the whole 3rd book and allows students to accompany their fellow violinists all the while having a lot of fun with these newly created and arranged parts. The bottom part should be proposed to beginners, while the top one is advised for intermediate to advanced students. The extra separate part is optional as the accompaniment will still make sense without it. If your orchestra has a surplus of cellists you may want to integrate that with upper intermediate students.

Our new fingering system is making its debut here, and will be fully explained in our upcoming publication on Dotzauer. Stay tuned!

Score ID
J.S. Bach, P. Martini, A. Dvorak, J. Becker
Year of arrangement
Easy (Grades 1-3)
22 minutes
String trio
Classical music

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