Artistic Score Engraving by Michele Galvagno. Arranged by Michele Galvagno. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training. This is a solo and string orchestra version of the third movement from Georg Goltermann fourth cello concerto in G major. This arrangement for string quintet or orchestra with the viola easily adaptable as a third violin hopes to solve this most basic problem and give students a great chance for a public performance they will never forget! This product was created by a member of SMP Press, our global community of independent composers, arrangers, and songwriters. Our independent musicians have created unique compositions and arrangements for the Sheet Music Plus community, many of which are not available anywhere else. Click here to see more titles from these independent creators and to learn more about SMP Press. Please note this product may not be eligible for all sales, promotions or coupons offered through Sheet Music Plus - please check promotional details for specifics.
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Goltermann was born in Hannover. His father was an organist, and therefore he got an early introduction to music. In he accepted an offer to become deputy music director of the municipal theater Stadttheater in Frankfurt am Main , where he was promoted to Kapellmeister Main Director in He died in the same city. Goltermann composed eight cello concertos, of which the fourth is the most famous. This "student's concerto" is the easiest of his first five concertos, and it is studied fairly widely. His music is rarely performed in professional concerts. It is deemed to lack the musicality of true concertos, and though it has been praised for its melodious and pleasant nature, it is not considered inspired. Concerto No.
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