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Music for Cello

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A bit out on a limb but I really enjoyed this one this morning:

Linguae Ignis

From the bad boy years but not remotely scary. 

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for those with a passion for what's between your legs / others Max Reger has to be #1

there's some v. interesting Fuermann / Reger worth hearing & don't forget the cello sonatas either

echoing Schnittke

 

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And, just in case, accompanying "music for violin" album recommendation. I made a mistake of selling it some time ago- but thinking about it now, it may contain "the most beautiful sound next to silence". Dr. Eugene Chadbourne has a very entertaining review of it on Allmusic.

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I recently acquired Janos Starker's reading of Bach's Solo Cello Suites and that led me to this recomendation since most will already be aware of the Bach recordings.  

 

Virtuoso Musoc For Violoncello - Janos Starker and Shigeo Neriki (Denon)

playing yhe music of Cassadaó, Schubert and Chopin.  I got it feom CDJapan, not sure if it is available elsewhere.

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On 3/8/2016 at 7:51 AM, Stefan Wood said:

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This has got to be the recording of the unaccompanied Kodaly Sonata. Completely uninhibited. Beautiful and wild.

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This has been stuck in the car's audio system for some time now. A wonderful mono recording. Highly recommended.

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kurtag double concerto cello piano

 

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This is a favorite. Bought it for the Ligeti, but it's the Penderecki that blows me away

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