Henry Eccles (â€“) â€‹â€‹English composer and violinist, this sonata ( No. 11) comes from his Sonatas for violin and continuo, written in , and is. Sheet Music – £ – THE EDITION IS PART OF THE TRINITY SYLLABUS ( GRADE 8). SHAR has been serving the string community since Specializing in bowed stringed instruments.
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As I was preparing it I did a Google search to find a piano part in solo tuning. I hunted all over but could not find a solo tuning bass version for sale, so I decided to create one.
I am putting a link to my version here. Feel free to download this and use it. The bass community eccoes a solo tuning version of this piece!
Jason Heath is the host of Contrabass Conversations, a podcast devoted to exploring music and ideas associated with the double bass. His blog and podcast are highly regarded in the music world and have been featured as top offerings in the world of arts and culture for the past decade.
An active double bass performer and teacher, Jason is a member of the Board of Directors for the International Society of Bassists. Let me know if there are any problems or errors with it. Is there any way of me getting it off of you? soata
I love this sonata but i cannot find the PDF for DoubleBass and Piano, your link is broken, if you upload the sonata i will thank you very much. If you click that, it takes you to the file. I will be playing this version in Las Vegas in January.
Sonata in G minor – for double bass & piano
All of the ornaments are printed out in the Double Bass part. I am a former student of Gary Karr. Good to know, and thanks for getting in touch! Subscribe to get our weekly newsletter covering the double bass world. Now check your email to confirm your subscription. There was an error submitting your subscription. Comments Thanks a ton for this.
Henry Eccles – Sonata in G minor – for double bass & piano
I was searching to buy it and ran across your blog. Big help to me! Kindest regards Raymond Newton.