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|The Romantic Cello Concerto, Vol. 6 – Vieuxtemps|
The two Vieuxtemps Cello Concertos plus two works by Ysaÿe. These violin virtuosi really knew how to write for the cello!» More
|The Romantic Cello Concerto, Vol. 1 – Dohnányi, Enescu & Albert|
'It would be difficult to find a more enticing choice of repertory for the first volume in Hyperion's enterprising Romantic Cello Concerto series than ...
'Alban Gerhardt is the superb soloist in the lovely Dohnányi piece, and he introduces the no less impressive concerto by d'Albert and Enescu's early S ...» More
|The Romantic Cello Concerto, Vol. 2 – Volkmann, Dietrich, Gernsheim & Schumann|
'Gerhardt invests Volkmann's mixture of melodic lyricism, wit and technical bravado with a brilliant sense of pacing and the urgent accompaniment of t ...
'Alban Gerhardt's playing is rich-toned, impeccably judged even in the most obscure works, and completely assured … [Dietrich]'s Cello Concerto i ...» More
|The Romantic Cello Concerto, Vol. 3 – Stanford|
Hyperion’s third release in The Romantic Cello Concerto series sees the brilliant young cellist Gemma Rosefield making her label debut. Charles Stanford is better known for his choral music, but this album of rarities reveals the composer’s origin ...» More
|The Romantic Cello Concerto, Vol. 4 – Pfitzner|
Hyperion’s Romantic Cello Concerto series continues to bring new works into a repertoire currently dominated by Dvořák and Elgar. Alban Gerhardt performs the three concertos by Hans Pfitzner, a composer remembered most for his opera Palestrina.» More
|The Romantic Cello Concerto, Vol. 5 – Saint-Saëns|
Natalie Clein adds a remarkable collection of Saint-Saëns’ music for cello and orchestra to her impressive discography. Clein first came to prominence when she won the BBC Young Musician of the Year award in 1994; it is appropriate that she perfor ...» More