The Hungarian Dances by Johannes Brahms seem to be the cream of crops of the world music repertoire. Listeners and performers are enthralled by the unique phenomenon, mixture of the great master’s skill and the cornucopia of the ample Hungarian folklore.
Brilliant arrangements and transcriptions for different instruments were the kind of response to such popularity. Joahim’s one is considered to be the best in violin repertoire. Only cello was apart. However, this problem is to be solved just now!
Just open this book and play fine transcriptions, small, but valuable contribution to the treasury of virtuoso cello repertoire.