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Cello Collection, page 4

   Found CDs: 73
 

PABLO CASALS - The Best of his Acoustic & Electric Recordings.

PABLO CASALS - The Best of his Acoustic & Electric Recordings.
ID: GI2024
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Cello Collection

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CELLO CONCERTOS - R. SCHUMANN, E. ELGAR

CELLO CONCERTOS - R. SCHUMANN, E. ELGAR
ID: GD115
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Cello Collection
Subcollection: Cello and Symphony Orchestra

In her second compact disc, released by Gega New, the cellist Kalina Krusteva has included two magnificent concertos giving testimony to her performing mastership. For they require not only virtuosity, free from any type of technical impediments, but also a very specific emotionality, along with experience in the dramaturgy, which is very specific for both the concertos by Schumann and Elgar. Kalina Krusteva's recording speaks eloquently of her brilliant creative development (a pupil of the Prof. Pancho Vladigerov State Academy of Music in Sofia, graduate of the Royal Academy of Music - London, holder of diplomas from master classes for cellists given by Misha Mayski, Robert Cohen, Steven Isserlis, etc.)
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THREE CONCERTOS FOR CELLO - HONEGGER - MILHAUD -SAINT-SAENS

THREE CONCERTOS FOR CELLO - HONEGGER - MILHAUD -SAINT-SAENS
ID: GD156
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Cello Collection
Subcollection: Cello

An interesting CD, which has brought together a popular piece like Saint-Saens' Cello Concerto and two other 20th century works for this instrument, united by the wonderful performance of Robin Clavreul who is not only an excellent performer but also a musician featuring good taste, love and feeling for the characteristics of each of the works. His interpretation of every work is remarkable for its lyricism and expression, virtuosity, humour and temperament. Most impressing are the timbre inventions and the brilliance of metre and rhythm in Milhaud's Concerto in particular. Owner of a superb instrument made in 1768 by Lorenzo Carcassi in Florence, the cellist demonstrates a wealth of sounds which can rarely be heard today. Both the conductor, Fabrice Bollon, also from Paris, and the soloist are markedly attracted by new music and lead the Orchestral Ensemble through the world of Honegger and Milhaud.
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VELITCHKA YOTCHEVA, violoncello - J.S.Bach - Suites For Cello Solo 1, 3 & 5

VELITCHKA YOTCHEVA, violoncello - J.S.Bach - Suites For Cello Solo 1, 3 & 5
ID: GD279
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Cello Collection
Subcollection: Cello

Vеlitchka Yotcheva, one of Canada’s most gifted young cellists, is enjoying a brilliant career as a soloist and chamber musician, and has performed to great acclaim throughout Canada, as well as in Russia, Bulgaria, France, and the United States. Velitchka Yotcheva was born in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria. She graduated from the Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Moscow, which is famous for its exceptional cello school. She has been living in Canada since 1995 and completed her Doctorate in Music in 2000, at the Universite de Montreal. She is the winner of prestigious national and international competitions. Velitchka Yotcheva has recorded for this programme two of the six suites for cello by Bach. The original manuscript of the suites has been lost, but two significant copies exist. The second and better-known one was copied by Bach’s wife, Anna Magdalena, in 1730.The suites were long considered as common exercises for violoncello, until Pablo Casals revived them and currently they take their worthy place in the cellists repertoire.
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ANATOLI KRASTEV, violoncello - 20th Cetury Bulgarian Music for Cello Solo

ANATOLI KRASTEV, violoncello - 20th Cetury Bulgarian Music for Cello Solo
ID: GD281
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Cello Collection
Subcollection: Cello

Gega New Music Company gives a special place in its catalogue to the works of Bulgarian composers. The most famous of them present on the Gega New label are: Pancho Vladigerov, Marin Goleminov, Simeon Pironkov, Dimitar Tapkoff, Lazar Nikolov, etc. Many of them create their works especially for some of Bulgaria's leading musicians. One of the artists preferred by many composers is the cello player Anatoli Krastev, who has an active concert-giving carrier and has been soloist of all Bulgarian and a number of European and American leading orchestras. He has made a great number of recordings in Bulgaria and abroad, and is also member of the jury of prestigious international festivals. Currently, he is Professor at the Pancho Vladigerov State Academy of Music in Sofia and has directed master classes in the UK, France, Belgium, Greece, Brazil, etc. The release 20th Century Bulgarian Music for Cello Solo includes a part of the great number of works for cello solo written by Bulgarian composers of different generations. The CD is thus a kind of encyclopedia of styles, genres and ways of interpretation of the instrument, and also presents the development of the Bulgarian cello school.
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DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH - Works for Cello - Alexander Somov, violoncello

DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH - Works for Cello - Alexander Somov, violoncello
ID: GD307
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Cello Collection
Subcollection: Piano and Cello

The works selected for the program are a great challenge to every cello player. They were first performed by the famous Mstislav Rostropovich (the Concert) and Victor Kubatski (the Sonata) - one of the founders of the first string quartet, the Stradivarius. A period of 25 years divided the creation of the Sonata (1934) and the Concert (1959). During this period Shostakovich’s music was both recognized and rejected, which was a result of the atmosphere in which he lived. Nevertheless, Shostakovich remained true to the high ideals of the Russian intelligentsia. During one of his most difficult periods, he wrote the suite of pieces to the film “The Gadfly” and the Ballet suites (between 1951 and 1955).
The program selected features different stages in the work of Dmitri Shostakovich. In Alexander Somov’s interpretation the music flows freely, with direction and confidence and an amazing maturity for his age. Somov was born in Sofia into a family of musicians. While still a student at the music school in Sofia, he concertized throughout Bulgaria, as well as in Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain and Israel. Upon graduation he was awarded a full scholarship to the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London, where he joined the cello class of Prof. Stefan Popov. He continued his successful career by giving concerts in Europe and participating in international festivals. In 1993 he received the first prize and gold medal in the Young Musical Talents National Competition in Sofia; in 1994 he was second prizewinner in the Earth and People International Competition; in 1996 he won the First Alexander Tansman International Competition in Lodz, Poland; in 1997 he took first prize in the International Music Competition of the Polish Cultural Institute in London. He was also a recipient of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama Gold Medal, the highest honour of the British music conservatories. In the year 2000 he was appointed solo cellist of the Northern Sinfonia chamber orchestra in Newcastle.
He is a regular guest principal cellist with the London Philharmonic, Halle Orchestra, and Scottish Chamber Orchestra, and in April 2006 assumed his new post as Violoncelle Super Soliste of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg. He is also a professor at the National Conservatory - Strasbourg.
Besides being influenced by his teachers, Stefan Rounevski and Stefan Popov, a support to his development as a cellist has always been his mother, the pianist Bogdana Popova, whose teachers were Lydia Kuteva and Tamara Yankova. Popova took her post-graduate studies in the Czech Republic, where she worked with Prof. Karel Yandera and V. Vodrovic. She has performed with great success in Bulgaria and in Italy, France, Germany, Great Britain, Czech Republic and Greece. She has made numerous studio recordings for Bulgarian National Television and Radio, the Balkanton label, Radio Munich, Czech television and the Supraphon label, and the Italian television network (RAI). Currently, Bogdana Popova is a professor in piano at the Bulgarian Academy of Music.
The Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, which is one of the country’s oldest and most respected ensembles, also participates in the recording, conducted by Milen Nachev.
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Rastrelli Cello Quartet - In А Sentimental Mood Vol.5

Rastrelli Cello Quartet - In А Sentimental Mood Vol.5
ID: CDMAN453-11
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Cello Collection
Subcollection: Quartet

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Stephen Paxton - Sonatas and Concerto

Stephen Paxton - Sonatas and Concerto
ID: CC1021
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Cello Collection

This disc explores the music of an all-but-forgotten Englishman, Stephen Paxton, who flourished in London in the late 18th century. Famous as a composer of glees and catches he wrote a large number of works for his own instrument, the cello. Mostly recorded here for the first time Sebastian Comberti brings these forgotten works to light accompanied by a continuo team of Ruth Alford and Maggie Cole, with The Pantheon Band.

World Première Recordings
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Haydn; Zumsteeg: Cello Concertos - Sebastian Comberti and Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Haydn; Zumsteeg: Cello Concertos - Sebastian Comberti and Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
ID: CC1023
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Cello

In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the death of Joseph Haydn, Sebastian Comberti plays the two popular concertos, performed using the original chamber-sized orchestration, with the renowned Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.

In addition this Cd includes the world première recording of a beautiful recently discovered concerto by Haydn’s contemporary, Johann Zumsteeg.
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Alone - Li-Wei Qin

Alone - Li-Wei Qin
ID: CC1022
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Cello Collection
Subcollection: Cello

The award-winning Chinese/Australian cellist Li-Wei Qin makes his first Cd for Cello Classics with a programme of late 20th C works for unaccompanied cello, and also a specially commissioned work by Ho Chee Kong. This stunning new solo disc shows the formidable Li-Wei at his very best.
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