The Squire Cello Solo Collection


Format:  Play-Along (Book+Accompaniment CD)
Instrument:  Cello
Genre:  General Anthologies
William Henry Squire (1871-1963) was an English composer and virtuoso cellist, whose playing was greatly respected in his own day. Squire composed in a variety of genres during his long and celebrated career, yet he is best remembered today for his compositions and arrangements for cello and piano. These were pieces that Squire used as vehicles for self-promotion on his concert tours, and many of them have since become staples in the cellist's repertoire. The most popular and remembered of these works are featured in this collection, including:
At Morn (Joyeuse)
At Twilight (Triste)
Bourree, Op. 24
Cradle Song (Le Bonheur)
Danse Rustique, Op. 20, No. 5
Fairy Tales (L'Innocence)
In Dreamland (Le Plaisir)
Tarantella, Op. 23

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At Morn

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Format: Play-Along (Book+Accompaniment CD)
Soloist/Artist William Henry Squire
Instruments Cello
Composer William Henry Squire
Accompanist/ Conductor None