Partita No. 3 : cello solo
by David Hush (2000)
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This piece is the last of a series of works for solo cello devoted to late twentieth-century interpretation of the music of Bach.
Written in four movements, the Partita is based on the following pattern of tempi: slow - fast - slow - fast. Such a pattern reveals the influence of Bach's first four Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord BWV 1014-1017.
In challenging the complete technical resources of the cellist within the Bachian harmonic template, this work is ideally suited to eisteddfods and competitions, in addition to recitals.
Duration: 19 min.
Contents note: In 4 movts.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Mirjam Ingolfsson
First performance: by Mirjam Ingolfsson — 3 Jul 04. Lucerne, Switzerland
Performances of this work
3 Jul 04: Lucerne, Switzerland. Featuring Mirjam Ingolfsson.
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