Matériel : Partition
Nocturnes is a set of four studies for Cello and Piano by Bohuslav Martinu. These four pieces can be played for a recital or a contest, separately or following one another, by upper-intermediate players and above. This volume features: I. Andantino moderato two first parts starting with a solo of Piano, including many accidentals, some trills and some pizzicatos II. Lento starts by an exchange of sets of chords between the Piano and the Cello, which is played a second time at the end of the piece III. Moderato starts by the Piano on its own which is the joined by the Cello IV. Allegretto moderato swapping from pizzicato to bow few times in the suite Bohuslav Martinu (1890-1959) is a Czech composer and a violinist. Even though he was interested in different genres (including Romanticism, Jazz and Expressionism), he wrote mainly neo-classical pieces, including 16 symphonies, 14 ballets and 15 operas.