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New Editions in Our “New Arrangements”

Many new titles have been added to the series with arrangements of great works from the history of music. In earlier years, arrangements of Serge Prokofiev’s ballet music “Romeo and Juliet” for wind quintet and the Double Concerto of Johannes Brahms arranged for violoncello and orchestra have appeared in this series.

Now there are new editions with music of Johannes Brahms, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Georg Friedrich Händel and Antonio Vivaldi:

Johannes Brahms (arranged by Cord Garben):
Andante from Op. 83 for violoncello and piano
SIK 1738

Johannes Brahms (arranged by Cord Garben):
Adagio from Op. 77 for oboe and piano
SIK 1739

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (arranged by Cord Garben):
Six Songs without Words for violin (clarinet), violoncello and piano
SIK 1740

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (arranged by Cord Garben):
Piano Concerto in G minor, Op. 25 for piano and string quartet
SIK 1741

Georg Friedrich Händel (arranged by Rüdiger-Albert Eichel):
Fireworks Music for solo wind instrument and piano
SIK 1742

Antonio Vivaldi (arranged by David Geringas):
Concerto per 6 Violoncelli (based on: Concerto per 2 violoncelli e basso continuo in sol minore RV 418)
SIK 1743

 

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