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I've just now been listening to the podcast of "Building a Library" from BBC Radio 3. This goes out every week and is imho essential listening for those interested in classical music.

 

Anyway in this one they explore recordings of Faure’s Cello Sonata no.2 in G minor.

 

The recording they like best is in this CD:

 

Lieux Retrouves 
FAURE: Cello Sonata No 2 in G minor Op 117 
c/w LISZT: Romance oubliee S132; Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth S382; Die Trauergondel ‘La lugubre gondola’ S134 
JANACEK: Pohadka ‘A Tale’ 
KURTAG: For Steven - Im Memoriam Pauline Mara; Pilinszky Janos - Gerard de Nerval; Schatten; Gyorgy Kroo in memoriam 
ADES: Lieux retrouves 
Steven Isserlis (cello), Thomas Ades (piano) 
HYPERION CDA67948 (CD)
 
I just copied and pasted all that info from the BBC website.
 
I'm going to buy this CD myself now because it really is truly beautiful judging by what I heard on "Building a Library".
 
 
 

 

post #32 of 113

Jack Bruce's Cello playing in "As You Said" on Cream's Wheels of Fire studio album is the main reason I like to listen to that cut.

post #33 of 113

Here's something wonderful for cello love.

 

 

 

 

I'm listening to it now.

post #34 of 113

Oops! duplicated post.

 
post #35 of 113

Here's another one which some very interesting cello.

 

I bought it today in fact and I'm listening to it now.

 

I heard one piece from it on BBC Radio three which sounded great, and initial impressions for the whole CD are very good.

 

Steven Isserlis (cello); Thomas Adès (piano)

 

Lieux Retrouvés

 

 

post #36 of 113

 

Thomas Demenga - Toshio Hosokawa/J.S. Bach/Isang Yun

post #37 of 113

Janos Starker has passed on... (1924-2013)

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Originally Posted by Silent One View Post

Janos Starker has passed on... (1924-2013)

So sad to learn of this.
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post #40 of 113

 

Also Anner Bylsma's Bach suites (the one played on the Stradivarius Servais) are very, very impressive


Edited by Quinto - 7/29/13 at 1:24am
post #41 of 113

Grrf, wrong thread if anyone spotted this pre-edit. I'll post more in here, but I will say that my two fave cellists currently are Anne Gastinel and Alexander Chaushian.


Edited by brhfl - 7/28/13 at 7:38pm
post #42 of 113

Will make sure I look in on the two of them and expand my horizons... thanks. wink.gif

post #43 of 113

 

Unfortunately Leonard Rose is not well known anymore..

post #44 of 113

My recommendation bellow, I bet you'll love it. I just adore Yo-Yo Ma's works, but Goat Rodeo Sessions is a masterpiece.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by NimnuL View Post

My recommendation bellow, I bet you'll love it. I just adore Yo-Yo Ma's works, but Goat Rodeo Sessions is a masterpiece.




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