Two pieces for cello and guitar.
The first etude is called Duet. This is a short, expressionistic piece in
which the cello and the guitar present themes and resolutions. The contrasts between the
cellos heavy (and slow) melody, and the guitars light (and slow) melody create
etude is called MEETING means: encounter. The cello begins with a
traditional theme of a Baroque nature. The guitar bursts in with something new, perhaps
fresher, in the spirit of the 20th century. As the piece progresses the two
instruments undergo an experience together, and finally, the cello agrees to
play the modern motif presented by the guitar.
A piece for guitar, viola and flute (or violin).
In this piece each instrument has a unique character and role. What gives the piece its
beauty and uniqueness is the fact that though the three instruments (roles) are combined,
each retains its core and special characteristics.
no. 1 by Antonio Vivaldi
This is a version for cello and guitar.
The part of the guitar was transcribed by Lahav.
The piece is written in B flat major, and the dominant tone is F. Therefore, in the guitar
part of this transcription the sixth string (E) is F.
The piece requires an experienced player with excellent technique and sound. The result
will justify any effort!
for 4 parts guitar
Help While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Octopus Garden - By The
With A Little Help From My Friends In My Life
Let It Be
nd I Love
- It's Only Love
Here Comes The Sun
I am 64
Yellow Submarine - By The Beatles
Over the Rainbow
Farruca - By Baldi Olier
Spaceships - By Berry Saharof
- By J. S. Bach
ANDANTE in G
- By F. Carulli
- W. A. Mozart
Solo - By N. Lahav
From Brazil - Marcello