2 Cello Sonatas (Cervetto, Giacobbe Basevi)
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Cello and Piano
Carl Schröder (1848-1935)
London: Augener & Co., No.5504, n.d.(ca.1893). Plate 10234.
Though it is possible that Carl Schröder did the transcription of the continuo part for piano himself, he was a cellist, so it is more likely that this part was done by someone else.
Sonata No.2 in C major
For Cello and Piano (Salmon)
Joseph Salmon (1864–1943)
Paris: Ricordi, 1914. Plate R.96, R.95
From the Coutan archives. Title page missing, replaced with page displaying ownership. The last page lists the various works by Old Masters edited by J.Salmon from 1914 to 1921. Cello part with Paul Bazelaire's fingerings copied by his student Paul Coutan (1929). The margins have been widened to accommodate the following counsels:
Page 3, staff 8 : "du si au si pour la résonance pour attaquer l'ut 3 doigt" continuing on staff 9 "2 avec pouce".
Top of page 4 : "Joli son, sans appuyer, peu de vibrato".
|Work Title||2 Cello Sonatas|
|Composer||Cervetto, Giacobbe Basevi|
|Instrumentation||cello and continuo|
Though Cervetto lived until 1783, Grove Music lists all of his sonatas as being with basso continuo.