£9.95

In 1992 the composer, Carlo Martelli, was asked to write a piece for the viola section of the National Youth Orchestra, to give them an opportunity to rehearse and perform something other than orchestral repertoire. The composer rearranged the work in 2003 for its present combination.

The Pavão Quartet recorded this work in August 2012 on the CD Carlo Martelli, released in October 2013 by Discadia Records, DISCA 002. Included on the same CD, and also published by Broadbent & Dunn, are Martelli’s String Quartet No. 1, String Quartet No. 2 and Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola.

£7.95

In 1992 the composer, Carlo Martelli, was asked to write a piece for the viola section of the National Youth Orchestra, to give them an opportunity to rehearse and perform something other than orchestral repertoire. The composer rearranged the work in 2003 for its present combination.

The Pavão Quartet recorded this work in August 2012 on the CD Carlo Martelli, released in October 2013 by Discadia Records, DISCA 002. Included on the same CD, and also published by Broadbent & Dunn, are Martelli’s String Quartet No. 1, String Quartet No. 2 and Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola.

£26.95

This is the composer's first acknowledged work and was written when he was only 17 years of age and a first year student at the Royal College of Music.  The Pavão Quartet recorded this work in August 2012 on the CD Carlo Martelli, released in October 2013 by Discadia Records, DISCA 002. Included on the same CD, and also published by Broadbent & Dunn, are Martelli's String Quartet No. 2, Prelude and Fugue for String Sextet and Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola.

£19.95

This is the composer's first acknowledged work and was written when he was only 17 years of age and a first year student at the Royal College of Music.  The Pavão Quartet recorded this work in August 2012 on the CD Carlo Martelli, released in October 2013 by Discadia Records, DISCA 002. Included on the same CD, and also published by Broadbent & Dunn, are Martelli's String Quartet No. 2, Prelude and Fugue for String Sextet and Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola.

£9.95

This is the composer's first acknowledged work and was written when he was only 17 years of age and a first year student at the Royal College of Music.  The Pavão Quartet recorded this work in August 2012 on the CD Carlo Martelli, released in October 2013 by Discadia Records, DISCA 002. Included on the same CD, and also published by Broadbent & Dunn, are Martelli's String Quartet No. 2, Prelude and Fugue for String Sextet and Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola.

£34.95

This quartet was written in 1954 when the composer, Carlo Martelli, was a 19 year old student at the Royal College of Music. This publication is of a recent revision of the work. There are three distinct sets of ideas in the first movement which are freely developed, although vestiges of sonata form can be discerned. The second movement is a scherzo and trio, which is joined without a break to the slow third movement - an interesting feature of this conjunction, is that at the close of the slow movement ideas from the trio and then the scherzo return to round things off. The last movement is a succession of free variations on a theme in which the interval of a fourth predominates. For conservatories and professionals.

The Pavão Quartet recorded this work in August 2012 on the CD Carlo Martelli, released in October 2013 by Discadia Records, DISCA 002. Included on the same CD, and also published by Broadbent & Dunn, are Martelli’s String Quartet No. 1, Prelude and Fugue for String Sextet Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola.

£23.95

This quartet was written in 1954 when the composer, Carlo Martelli, was a 19 year old student at the Royal College of Music. This publication is of a recent revision of the work. There are three distinct sets of ideas in the first movement which are freely developed, although vestiges of sonata form can be discerned. The second movement is a scherzo and trio, which is joined without a break to the slow third movement - an interesting feature of this conjunction, is that at the close of the slow movement ideas from the trio and then the scherzo return to round things off. The last movement is a succession of free variations on a theme in which the interval of a fourth predominates. For conservatories and professionals.

The Pavão Quartet recorded this work in August 2012 on the CD Carlo Martelli, released in October 2013 by Discadia Records, DISCA 002. Included on the same CD, and also published by Broadbent & Dunn, are Martelli’s String Quartet No. 1, Prelude and Fugue for String Sextet Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola.

£13.95

This quartet was written in 1954 when the composer, Carlo Martelli, was a 19 year old student at the Royal College of Music. This publication is of a recent revision of the work. There are three distinct sets of ideas in the first movement which are freely developed, although vestiges of sonata form can be discerned. The second movement is a scherzo and trio, which is joined without a break to the slow third movement - an interesting feature of this conjunction, is that at the close of the slow movement ideas from the trio and then the scherzo return to round things off. The last movement is a succession of free variations on a theme in which the interval of a fourth predominates. For conservatories and professionals.

The Pavão Quartet recorded this work in August 2012 on the CD Carlo Martelli, released in October 2013 by Discadia Records, DISCA 002. Included on the same CD, and also published by Broadbent & Dunn, are Martelli’s String Quartet No. 1, Prelude and Fugue for String Sextet Terzetto for Two Violins and Viola.

£7.95

It has been said that arrangements of such quintessentially keyboard music as Chopin's are always to be deplored. Notwithstanding, Carlo Martelli has chanced his arm in this, the first of the composers fourteen waltzes.

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It has been said that arrangements of such quintessentially keyboard music as Chopin's are always to be deplored. Notwithstanding, Carlo Martelli has chanced his arm in this, the first of the composers fourteen waltzes.

£4.95

It has been said that arrangements of such quintessentially keyboard music as Chopin's are always to be deplored. Notwithstanding, Carlo Martelli has chanced his arm in this, the first of the composers fourteen waltzes.

£4.95

It has been said that arrangements of such quintessentially keyboard music as Chopin's are always to be deplored. Notwithstanding, Carlo Martelli has chanced his arm in this, the first of the composers fourteen waltzes.

£7.95

It was in his music for pianoforte that Debussy confided his most personal inspirations. Nonetheless, in the hands of a master like Carlo Martelli they transcribe well to the quartet medium. This tarantella like piece is no exception.

£7.95

It was in his music for pianoforte that Debussy confided his most personal inspirations. Nonetheless, in the hands of a master like Carlo Martelli they transcribe well to the quartet medium. This tarantella like piece is no exception.

£4.95

It was in his music for pianoforte that Debussy confided his most personal inspirations. Nonetheless, in the hands of a master like Carlo Martelli they transcribe well to the quartet medium. This tarantella like piece is no exception.

£4.95

It was in his music for pianoforte that Debussy confided his most personal inspirations. Nonetheless, in the hands of a master like Carlo Martelli they transcribe well to the quartet medium. This tarantella like piece is no exception.

£7.95

This charming piece, arranged by Carlo Martelli, captures perfectly the mood one might experience whilst being rowed in beautiful surroundings and listening to the gentle lapping of the waves.

£7.95

This charming piece, arranged by Carlo Martelli, captures perfectly the mood one might experience whilst being rowed in beautiful surroundings and listening to the gentle lapping of the waves.

£3.95

This charming piece, arranged by Carlo Martelli, captures perfectly the mood one might experience whilst being rowed in beautiful surroundings and listening to the gentle lapping of the waves.

£3.95

This charming piece, arranged by Carlo Martelli, captures perfectly the mood one might experience whilst being rowed in beautiful surroundings and listening to the gentle lapping of the waves.

£7.95

The Passepied is a dance that originated in France and resembles the minuet. This example, arranged by Carlo Martelli from Debussy's Suite Bergamasque, represents a late flowering and highly sophisticated version of the form.

£7.95

The Passepied is a dance that originated in France and resembles the minuet. This example, arranged by Carlo Martelli from Debussy's Suite Bergamasque, represents a late flowering and highly sophisticated version of the form.

£4.95

The Passepied is a dance that originated in France and resembles the minuet. This example, arranged by Carlo Martelli from Debussy's Suite Bergamasque, represents a late flowering and highly sophisticated version of the form.

£4.95

The Passepied is a dance that originated in France and resembles the minuet. This example, arranged by Carlo Martelli from Debussy's Suite Bergamasque, represents a late flowering and highly sophisticated version of the form.

£7.95

Based on an eclogue by the symbolist poet Mallarmé, this famous piece is a seminal work in the evolution and development of European art music. At first glance it would seem not to lend itself to the quartet medium, but nonetheless Carlo Martelli has succeeded brilliantly in distilling the essence of the composition in all its sensuous beauty and languorousness. For conservatories and professionals.

£7.95

Based on an eclogue by the symbolist poet Mallarmé, this famous piece is a seminal work in the evolution and development of European art music. At first glance it would seem not to lend itself to the quartet medium, but nonetheless Carlo Martelli has succeeded brilliantly in distilling the essence of the composition in all its sensuous beauty and languorousness. For conservatories and professionals.

£4.95

Based on an eclogue by the symbolist poet Mallarmé, this famous piece is a seminal work in the evolution and development of European art music. At first glance it would seem not to lend itself to the quartet medium, but nonetheless Carlo Martelli has succeeded brilliantly in distilling the essence of the composition in all its sensuous beauty and languorousness. For conservatories and professionals.

£4.95

Based on an eclogue by the symbolist poet Mallarmé, this famous piece is a seminal work in the evolution and development of European art music. At first glance it would seem not to lend itself to the quartet medium, but nonetheless Carlo Martelli has succeeded brilliantly in distilling the essence of the composition in all its sensuous beauty and languorousness. For conservatories and professionals.

£15.95

A solid, serious work for aspiring string quartets or established groups, this piece was the subject of a master class from the Wihan Quartet from the Czech Republic. The quartet, inspired by Janáček's Intimate Letters quartet, was similarly inspired by letters from a woman to her lover. It is scored in three contrasting movements consisting of a gestural first movement, a slow arch form second movement and a fiery syncopated 5/4 finale.

£11.95

A solid, serious work for aspiring string quartets or established groups, this piece was the subject of a master class from the Wihan Quartet from the Czech Republic. The quartet, inspired by Janáček's Intimate Letters quartet, was similarly inspired by letters from a woman to her lover. It is scored in three contrasting movements consisting of a gestural first movement, a slow arch form second movement and a fiery syncopated 5/4 finale.