The Great Gate of Kiev ; Tortues (Le Carnaval des Animaux) ; Waltz (Roses from the South) ; Canon on Frere Jacques (Symphony 1) ; The Merry Peasant (Album for the Young) ; Entr'acte (Incidental Music to Rosamunde) ; Ode to Joy (Symphony 9 The Choral) ; Drink to me only ; Pilgrims' March (Symphony 4 The Italian) ; Minuet (12 Duets for 2 Basset Horns, K487) ; Minuet (Aires and Dances) ; The Trout (Piano Quintet, Op.114) ; Andante Cantabile (String Quartet 1) ; Lullaby (Op. 49 No. 4) ; March (Judas Maccabaeus) ; Now is the Month of Maying ; Old French Song (Album for the Young) ; Berceuse (Dolly Suite, Op.56) ; Finlandia Op. 26, No. 7 ; The Harmonious Blacksmith (Harpsichord Suite 5 in E) ; My Heart Ever Faithful (Cantata 68) ; Largo (Symphony 9 From the New World) ; March (Scipio) ; Andante (Rococo Variations, Op. 33) ; Jupiter (The Planets) ; The Gift to be Simple ; Where'er You Walk (Semele) ; Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (Cantata 147) ; Greensleeves ; When I am Laid in Earth (Dido and Aeneas) ; Andante (Trumpet Concerto) ; Minuet (L'Arlesienne Suite 2) ; Sheep May Safely Graze (Cantata 208) ; Poeme (for Violin and Orchestra) ; Minuet ; Rondo all'Ongarese (Piano Trio in G) ; Intermezzo (Cavalleria Rusticana) ; Toreador's Song (Carmen) ; St. Anthony Chorale (Haydn Variations) ; Nocturne (A Midsummer Night's Dream) ; Minuet (The Anna Magdalena Notebook) ; Pavane (Op. 50) ; Valse (Coppelia) ; Allegro Vivace (Overture Rosamunde) ; Entr'acte No. 2 (Carmen) ; Agnus Dei (Requiem) ; Prelude (Op. 28 No. 20) ; Praeludium after Pugnani ; Sonatina
Keith Hartley is the author of the well-known Double Bass Solo series, published by Oxford University Press. He is a double bassist in the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, London.
The spacing and layout of the scores is clear and easy to read. The dynamic markings are well placed and leave plenty of space for markings. Introductions of new left-hand techniques such as shifting into a new position, are indicated prior to each melody ... The short pieces introduce young students to numerous classic melodies and, when chosen with care, make a refreshing and much needed change of pace supplement to methods with less inspired selections. Magazine of the International Society of Bassists February 2004 (USA) Two excellent volumes here from Keith Hartley ... In short, it provides all the basics for a very secure technique without seeming to do so ... Both Hartley and the music have been very well served by these Oxford University Press editions. Double Bassist Spring 98 It is a pleasure to receive some really useful double bass publications ... These books are invaluable, being well presented, well graded, with good diagrams and clear scales. Music Teacher May 98