Bernhard Cossmann is mainly known for his technical exercises and, possibly, for his Concert Etudes, Op. 10. Few know that his first ever composition was a couplet of songs for cello and piano, a Swiss melody and a Neapolitan song. They both feature catchy melodies and attractive harmonies, so much that you will find yourself subconsciously singing them during your day.
The cello part is technically demanding, and yet is of great pedagogical value for students approaching pieces that are already firmly established in the repertoire.
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