Tarantella Op.23 (Squire)

Tarantella Op.23 (Squire)
You will receive the full track upon your purchase
  1. 1.
    Accompaniment (134bpm)
    0:29
  2. 2.
    Accompaniment (120bpm)
    0:33
  3. 3.
    Accompaniment + Cello (114bpm)
    0:35
Instrument: Cello
Composed by: W.H. Squire
Key: D Minor

“Tarantella Op.23” is a work for cello and piano by W.H.Squire.

Performance Length: 3’40” (at 134bpm)

The tarantella is a traditional dance form, and accompanying music, with a distinctive rhythm, from the south of Italy.

William Henry Squire, ARCM (8 August 1871 – 17 March 1963) was a British cellist, composer and music professor of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He studied cello at the Royal College of Music, and became professor of cello at the Royal College and Guildhall schools of music.

One of Squire’s legacies is a collection of student-level works for cello and piano which appear in string teaching syllabuses all over the world including those of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, the Internet Cello Society and the Suzuki method of string instrument teaching.

You can find the sheet music by clicking here. 

Purchase includes:

  • Accompaniment (Dotted Crotchet = 134)
  • Accompaniment (Dotted Crotchet = 120)
  • Accompaniment + Cello (Dotted Crotchet = 114)

This version does not include any repeats and is commonly used in music examinations. The middle section (major key) beginning on page 4 is 10bpm slower than the rest of the piece.

If you would like a version with repeats, please contact us via our ‘request a track’ page.

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Product Description

“Tarantella Op.23” is a work for cello and piano by W.H.Squire.

Performance Length: 3’40” (at 134bpm)

The tarantella is a traditional dance form, and accompanying music, with a distinctive rhythm, from the south of Italy.

William Henry Squire, ARCM (8 August 1871 – 17 March 1963) was a British cellist, composer and music professor of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He studied cello at the Royal College of Music, and became professor of cello at the Royal College and Guildhall schools of music.

One of Squire’s legacies is a collection of student-level works for cello and piano which appear in string teaching syllabuses all over the world including those of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, the Internet Cello Society and the Suzuki method of string instrument teaching.

You can find the sheet music by clicking here. 

Purchase includes:

  • Accompaniment (Dotted Crotchet = 134)
  • Accompaniment (Dotted Crotchet = 120)
  • Accompaniment + Cello (Dotted Crotchet = 114)

This version does not include any repeats and is commonly used in music examinations. The middle section (major key) beginning on page 4 is 10bpm slower than the rest of the piece.

If you would like a version with repeats, please contact us via our ‘request a track’ page.

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