The music of Alexander Zemlinsky has come to the attention of an increasingly wide public over the past quarter-century.
The year 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Paul Hindemith, one of the most important composers of the 20th century. It is for this reason that the German cellist Judith Ermert decided to
The works for violoncello solo recorded and compiled on this CD by Friedrich Gauwerky are reference works for John Cages unusual way of composing. Apart from the tones, Cage also helped to put the va
Hindemiths music for cello closely follows his evolution as a composer. With elements that look back to Schumann, Three Pieces, Op. 8 is among his earliest published works, while the solo Sonata, Op.
Channel Classics gives us under-appreciated stellar talents in violinist Rachel Podger and cellist Peter Wispelwey, and Naxos offers parallels in violinist Michiko Kamiya and cellist Vytautas Sondecki
This is a continuos one hour field recording with the expert cello playing of former Kronos Quartet member Joan Jeanreand. Miya Masaoka is a classically trained composer, kotoist and sound artist who
Possessing a complete recording of Beethovens Cello Sonatas gives far more satisfaction than merely having the set to fill the shelves. On the one hand it offers one the opportunity to compare Beetho
RCA Victor introduces the mellowness of the Cello and the rhapsodic magic of Rachmaninoff.
Adrien FranCois Servais, dubbed the Paganini of the cello, collaborated with three of the greatest violin virtuosi of his time, the Belgians Joseph Ghys, Henry Vieuxtemps and Hubert Leonard.
Brittens meeting with Mstislav Rostropovich in 1960 was a watershed, the great Russian cellist becoming the primary collaborator of his later years and inspiring a whole series of masterworks. Among