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Importance and pedagogical value of Three Sonatas for Two Cellos, Op. 43 by Bernhard Romberg

@inproceedings{Placzek2014ImportanceAP,
  title={Importance and pedagogical value of Three Sonatas for Two Cellos, Op. 43 by Bernhard Romberg},
  author={R. Placzek},
  year={2014}
}
The Three Sonatas for Two Cellos, Op. 43 by Bernhard Heinrich Romberg were composed as a progressive performance work. The most widely used copy of the work is a C. F. Peters, Leipzig Edition edited by Friedrich Wilhelm Grutzmacher. In this edition, the Sonatas are exhaustively marked with fingerings, alternate fingering, dynamics, dynamic changes, glissandi, bowings, bowstrokes and bow placement, accents, tempo changes, moods, and articulations. The combination of Romberg's melodic and… 

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