A short, lively and enjoyable Hungarian Dance newly arranged for the intermediate bassist. Effective musical and technical challenges in the orchestral register make this suitable for about Grade 7, with a rhythmic piano accompaniment.
Lazar's Bagatelle was composed in 1924 for the Romanian virtuoso, Joseph Prunner. It offers great musical and technical challenges for the advanced bassist or cellist and has been out of print for far too long.
Originally for violin, this operatic theme and variations transcribes well for the intermediate bassist. It uses the orchestral register to great effect and offers musical and simple technical challenges for the progressing bassist.
Newly arranged by David Heyes, these two 18th-century arias by Handel transcribe well for double bass. They combine musical and technical challenges offering enjoyable and accessible music for any occasion.
Originally for mandolin and piano, this evocative and lyrical Adagio transcribes well for the double bass. In one extended movement, it will be ideal for any Grade 8+ bassist looking for something new.
A short and lively miniature for the good intermediate bassist from this leading 19th-century bassist-composer. There are effective musical and technical challenges and it would be ideal for the post-Grade 8 player.
Joplin's popular rag Elite Syncopations has been newly arranged for double bass quartet by David Heyes. The melodic material is shared between the players and this would be suitable for any audience or occasion.
Originally for oboe, these pieces transcribe well for double bass. Romance is lyrical and evocative; Humoreske is lively and playful. Ideal for Grade 8 bassists with effective challenges in the orchestral register.
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