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Solo Cello

Australian music for cello

This list of representative works for cello has been prepared in cooperation with David Pereira.

Representative works

  Work Notes
Digital sheet music sample Slicked back tango (2007) by Elena Kats-CherninCool and trendy, in a popular idiom.
Threnody (1992) by Peter Sculthorpefor solo cello. This piece, in three, boldly contrasting sections, was written as an emotional relation to the tragic early death of Stuart Challender.
Blue upon blue (1991) by David LumsdaineA dreamy, lovely piece for solo cello, with gently extended techniques.
Jungle fever (1998) by Matthew Hindsonfor cello and piano. Fresh and original writing of powerful and memorable effect.
Whales, waves and the ocean (2008) by Rosalind Carlsonfor cello and piano. A pleasing piece that combines simplicity with modest technical demands. Suitable for intermediate-advanced players.
The wind stirs gently (1992) by Nigel Butterleyfor flute and cello. Intimately entwined duo writing, with rhythmic challenge and attractive result.
Cycle of love (1981) by Anne Boydcountertenor, alto flute, cello and piano. Pseudo-Japanese sounds combine for gently romantic, 'spiritual' result. A distinctive and not very difficult piece of chamber music.
Maninya I (1981) by Ross Edwardsfor voice and cello - stylistically conspicuous; technically exacting work, appealing to both listeners and players.

Broader categories of Solo Cello

Sibling categories of Solo Cello