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Piano accompaniment backing tracks
One of the greatest of all concertos, Dvorak wrote his cello concerto in 1894-95. It shows Dvorak to be a master of concertante writing, for not only is the work symphonic in its grandeur but it also contains many beautiful passages where the cello combines with just one or two other instruments. In the second movement, Dvorak quotes one of his earlier songs, and this heartful melody also returns at the very end of the work, which is full of drama and passion throughout.
These piano accompaniment tracks help make practising more effective and enjoyable! They are recorded by a professional accompanist and can help you keep in tune and in time, as you listen to the piano part for this work. Many customers have found them a cost-effective alternative to hiring a pianist in the early stages of learning a new piece, whether that be for an exam, recital, audition or simply for fun! Please scroll down for samples and details of each movement.
Opening shortened to 12 bars of piano solo before cello entersAll tuttis included
25 seconds of silence in piano part to allow for cello cadenza in the middle
Opening shortened to 6 bars of piano soloTutti sections played in full
Massenet: Meditation from 'Thais'
Saint-Saens: The Swan
Rachmaninov: Vocalise Op.34 No.14 in E
Elgar: Salut d'Amour
Faure: Sicilienne, Op.78
Franck: Violin Sonata
Faure: Elegie for Cello
Poulenc: Flute Sonata
Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata D.821
Williams: Theme from 'Schindler's List'
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Schumann: Fantasiestucke, Op.73
Kreisler: Praeludium and Allegro (in style of Pugnani)
Brahms: Clarinet Sonata No.1