The Duetto for cello and bass is dated 20 July 1824, London, by Gioacchino Rossini, and dedicated to his friend Salomons, who was a "keen" amateur cellist and who had commissioned the piece. The bassist for whom the duet was intended was Dragonetti, and in fact the original instrumental parts are in Dragonetti's hand. Edited by Rodney Slatford. Three movements: Allegro, Andante, Allegro. In D major. Published 1970 by Yorke Editions. The part is in score form.