As Cowley Orchestra reconvened outdoors this week in much-reduced force just sufficient for duos and trios, I revisited the chamber music scores the young cellist and I prepared many years ago for our duo adventures. As the Flash previews which I embedded in the relevant blog entries at the time are no longer working (at least not on my computer), this is a new list I've prepared to have the playable ones handy (the noteflight list also includes some projects that didn't quite succeed or didn't get finished, although the "likes" added by users give you an impression of what works and what doesn't, I'm putting the more popular ones first in the list below).
Bourree in e minor, from the lute suite (the famous bourree used by many people including Jethro Tull)
Menuet and trio (This was the first duet we performed, very basic stuff, and I probably still managed to make mistakes.)
Sicilienne (op78) This looks ok and we did perform it, not sure why it didn't get any likes.
Unfinished work: One of my favourite pieces for cello and flute to listen to is the Trio (op 78) by Johann Nepomuk Hummel, but unfortunately the piano has quite a prominent role in it. We made an effort to kick out the piano and arrange the piece for cello and flute alone, but never quite got it to a presentable shape.
Second movement (its a theme with variations, but we only got one of the variations done)
PS (27.5.2021) Now beginning to add YouTube links of professional performances to each of the pieces.