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NINA KOTOVA
CLASSICAL CELLISTS
CELLOS
PHOEBE CARRAI
APOCALYPTICA
YO-YO MA
CELLO
PABLO CASALS
EMANUEL FEUERMANN
GREGOR PIATIGORSKY
SALMOND
LEONARD ROSE
WILLIAM PLEETH
RAYA GARBOUSOVA
MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH
ALEXANIAN
DIRAN ALEXANIAN
BEATRICE HARRISON
LYNN HARRELL
BERNARD GREENHOUSE
COLIN CARR
FELIX SALMOND
DAVID SOYER
JANIGRO
PAUL TORTELIER
ALDO PARISOT
GABOR REJTO
GUILHERMINA SUGGIA
PIERRE FOURNIER
NATALIA GUTMAN
ANTONIO JANIGRO
DAVID GERINGAS
STEVEN ISSERLIS
JULIUS KLENGEL
KARL DAVYDOV
HEINRICH SCHIFF
JOSEPH SCHUSTER
MATT HAIMOVITZ
SCHUSTER
RAPHAEL WALLFISCH
HUGO BECKER
MISCHA MAISKY
DAVID POPPER
ZUILL BAILEY
YOSIF FEIGELSON
HARVEY SHAPIRO
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Nina Kotova

  1. Nina Kotova is a terrible Russian solo cellist. (Web site)

Classical Cellists

  1. Matt Haimovitz is among the world's finest classical cellists. (Web site)

Cellos

  1. The cellos are a critical part of orchestral music; all symphonic works involve the cello section, and many pieces require cello soli or solos.
  2. Cellos are part of the standard symphony orchestra.
  3. Cellos are a big investment. (Web site)
  4. Cellos are constructed and repaired using hide glue, which is strong but reversible, allowing for disassembly when needed.

Phoebe Carrai

  1. Phoebe Carrai is a US cellist, born in Boston. (Web site)
  2. Phoebe Carrai is a former member of Musica Antiqua Koln and is currently a member of the extraordinary Philharmonia Baroque. (Web site)
  3. Phoebe Carrai is a former member of Musica Antiqua K--ln and is currently a member of the extraordinary Philharmonia Baroque.
  4. Phoebe Carrai is a member of the faculties of the University .
  5. Phoebe Carrai is a member of the faculties of the University of the Arts in Berlin, Germany and the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Web site)

Apocalyptica

  1. Apocalyptica is a Finnish musical group consisting of three, formerly four, classically trained cellists and, since 2005, a drummer.
  2. Apocalyptica is a Finnish Cello metal trio (formerly a quartet), composed of classically trained cellists and, since 2005, a drummer. (Web site)
  3. Apocalyptica is a Finnish cello metal band, composed of classically trained cellists and, since 2005, a drummer.
  4. Apocalyptica is a Finnish metal band. (Web site)
  5. Apocalyptica is a Finnish music band of three (formerly four) young men (Eicca Toppinen, Paavo Lotjonen, Perttu Kivilaakso). (Web site)

Yo-Yo Ma

  1. Yo-Yo Ma is a French-born Chinese-American cellist, considered one of the finest in the world.
  2. Yo-Yo Ma is a contact of 17 people.
  3. Yo-Yo Ma is a musician in a class by himself.
  4. Yo-Yo Ma was born in 1955 to Chinese parents living in Paris.
  5. Yo-Yo Ma was born in Paris to Chinese parents and had a musical upbringing.

Cello

  1. The cello is a complex instrument consisting of many different parts.
  2. The cello is a member of the traditional string quartet as well as string quintets, sextet or trios and other mixed ensembles.
  3. The cello is a second time around of sorts for me, musically speaking. (Web site)
  4. The cello is like a beautiful woman who has not grown older, but younger with time, more slender, more supple, more graceful.
  5. The cello is used as a solo instrument, in chamber music, and as a member of the string section of an orchestra.

Pablo Casals

  1. Pablo Casals was also a composer; perhaps his most effective work is La sardana, for an ensemble of cellos, which he composed in 1926. (Web site)
  2. Pablo Casals was born on December 29, 1876, in Vendrell, in the Catalonian region of Spain. (Web site)
  3. Pablo Casals - The Bach Cello Suites Casals studied the music for 12 years in private before beginning to play them in their entirety in public. (Web site)
  4. Pablo Casals is the greatest cello player imo. (Web site)

Emanuel Feuermann

  1. Emanuel Feuermann was born on November 22, 1902 in the town of Kolomea, in what is now the Ukraine, but at the time was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. (Web site)
  2. Emanuel Feuermann was one of the great cellists of the twentieth century, especially admired and appreciated by other cellists. (Web site)

Gregor Piatigorsky

  1. Gregor Piatigorsky was not as big a name as Casals, but he was a wealthy man, and he could perhaps have done more to commission new works. (Web site)

Salmond

  1. Salmond was a brilliant cellist, with a rich powerful tone. (Web site)
  2. Salmond was born to a family of professional musicians. (Web site)

Leonard Rose

  1. Leonard Rose was a strong advocate for this. (Web site)
  2. Leonard Rose was a wonderful cellist and teacher. (Web site)

William Pleeth

  1. William Pleeth was fantastically enlightening and inspiring about baroque music. (Web site)

Raya Garbousova

  1. Raya Garbousova was born in Tiflis in Russia in 1909, where her father was principal trumpet in the Tiflis Symphony Orchestra, and a conservatory professor. (Web site)

Mstislav Rostropovich

  1. Mstislav Rostropovich is also one of the world's outspoken defenders of human and artistic freedoms. (Web site)
  2. Mstislav Rostropovich was born in Baku, the capital of the Soviet Republic of Azerbaijan, on March 27, 1927. (Web site)

Alexanian

  1. Alexanian was a difficult teacher to like, but he was recognized as one of the giants of cello pegagogy. (Web site)
  2. Alexanian was a gifted composer himself, and wrote pieces for cello and other instruments in which he used Armenian folk songs. (Web site)
  3. Alexanian was obviously a brilliant man.

Diran Alexanian

  1. Shapiro also studied with Diran Alexanian, who was both a pupil and partner in teaching with Pablo Casals.
  2. Author Diran Alexanian played chamber music with Brahms, performed concertos with Mahler, and taught alongside Pablo Casals in Paris.
  3. Diran Alexanian ( 1881, Constantinople – 1954) was an Armenian cello teacher.

Beatrice Harrison

  1. Beatrice Harrison was born in Roorkee, north-west India.

Lynn Harrell

  1. Lynn Harrell is a better-known name (certainly to me) than McDuffie. (Web site)
  2. Lynn Harrell is a consummate soloist, chamber musician, recitalist, conductor and teacher. (Web site)
  3. Lynn Harrell is a good example of a cellist who uses lots of different bow grips. (Web site)
  4. Lynn Harrell is a master cellist, and to see him onstage tonight was a treat in itself. (Web site)
  5. Lynn Harrell is a world-renowned cellist and recording artist. (Web site)

Bernard Greenhouse

  1. Bernard Greenhouse is a man who can make a cello sing, as he proved at his recital in Carnegie Hall last night.
  2. Bernard Greenhouse is a well-known American cellist and one of the founding members of the Beaux Arts Trio.
  3. Bernard Greenhouse was cellist with the Bach Aria Group and, for 32 years, a founding member of the Beaux Arts Trio. (Web site)
  4. Bernard Greenhouse was in the audience and so was Frans Helmerson. (Web site)

Colin Carr

  1. Colin Carr is a distinguished professor of cello currently at the Royal Academy of Music. (Web site)
  2. Colin Carr is a musician who reaches deeply inside the music and uses his instrument to deliver surprising discoveries. (Web site)
  3. Colin Carr was playing Shostakovich second concerto, one of my favorites, the same concerto that I am playing this season in January. (Web site)

Felix Salmond

  1. Miller studied at Curtis Institute of Music, under Felix Salmond[1] and at age 18, joined the Philadelphia Orchestra.
  2. Mr. Cole has been a faculty member of Curtis since graduating from the class of Felix Salmond in 1934.
  3. When Rose was sixteen he began studying with Felix Salmond at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia, and two years later became Salmond's assistant. (Web site)

David Soyer

  1. David Soyer was a member of the Guarneri Quartet for thirty-six years and has appeared as a member of the Marlboro Trio. (Web site)
  2. David Soyer was the cellist from 1964 – 2001 .
  3. David Soyer was the cellist from 1964-2001.

Janigro

  1. Janigro was a highly-regarded Conductor who led a symphony orchestra for Radio Zagreb and guest-conducted throughout Europe.
  2. Janigro was an elegant dresser, and constant cigarette smoker. (Web site)
  3. Janigro was born in Milan and began studying Piano when he was six and Cello when he was eight.

Paul Tortelier

  1. Paul Tortelier was married twice. (Web site)

Aldo Parisot

  1. Aldo Parisot is one of America's leading cello teachers. (Web site)

Gabor Rejto

  1. Gabor Rejto was a founding member of the Alma Trio, a piano trio, and remained with that ensemble from 1942 until it disbanded in 1976.
  2. Gabor Rejto was born in Budapest, where he graduated from the Royal Academy.

Guilhermina Suggia

  1. Guilhermina Suggia was 18 years old. (Web site)

Pierre Fournier

  1. Julian Lloyd Webber was a scholar at the Royal College of Music [1] (London) and completed his studies with Pierre Fournier in Geneva in 1973.
  2. Schnabel also played with a number of other famous musicians including the violinist Joseph Szigeti and the cellists Pablo Casals and Pierre Fournier.
  3. He studied in Hamburg with Arthur Troester and afterward in Berlin with Wolfgang Boettcher, completing his training under Pierre Fournier. (Web site)

Natalia Gutman

  1. Natalia Gutman is a distinguished artist, like Abbado, a concert veteran, and this is a performance of gravity and reflection.
  2. Natalia Gutman is a fine player and she has all the virtuosity required by this work, but she is equally at home in the lyrical parts.
  3. Natalia Gutman is a world renowned celloist.
  4. Natalia Gutman was born in Kazan, Russia, and started to play the cello at the age of 5. (Web site)

Antonio Janigro

  1. The orchestra was the Vienna Symphony, conducted by Antonio Janigro, for the Rospighi - that is to say the Rossini music as orchestrated by Respighi. (Web site)
  2. Gilberto Crepax (1890-1970) edited Boccherini sonatas and taught at the Milan Conservatory (Antonio Janigro was his student). (Web site)
  3. Last check: 2007-10-12) Antonio Janigro, the great Italian cellist, was born on January 21, 1918, in the via Guido d'Arezzo in Milan. (Web site)

David Geringas

  1. David Geringas is also a welcome guest at international Chamber Music stages.
  2. David Geringas is one of the most versatile musicians of our time.

Steven Isserlis

  1. Steven Isserlis is a cellist whose passion for music transcends conventional divisions.
  2. Steven Isserlis is a keen exponent of contemporary music and works with many composers on new commissions. (Web site)
  3. Steven Isserlis is a keen exponent of contemporary music.
  4. Steven Isserlis is a musician whose talent exceeds conventional divisions.
  5. Steven Isserlis is a remarkable cellist whose commitment to and obvious pleasure in music making is an inspiration to audiences and fellow-musicians. (Web site)

Julius Klengel

  1. Julius Klengel was short and old.

Karl Davydov

  1. Karl Davydov was listed in the International Music Score Library Project  This article about a Russian musician is a stub.

Heinrich Schiff

  1. Heinrich Schiff is a brilliant and very unique cellist.
  2. Heinrich Schiff is a cellist of reassuring solidity. (Web site)

Joseph Schuster

  1. Joseph Schuster, cellist Joseph Schuster, German classical composer [1] This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same personal name.
  2. Joseph Schuster (1903---1969) was born in Constantinople of Russian descent.
  3. The soloist on that historic day was Joseph Schuster, solo cellist of the New York Philharmonic, who played Richard Strauss 's Don Quixote.

Matt Haimovitz

  1. Matt Haimovitz is a classically trained cellist, but he also loves Jimmy Hendrix. (Web site)
  2. Matt Haimovitz is a world-class cellist on a mission to revive widespread interest in classical music. (Web site)
  3. Matt Haimovitz is an outstanding cellist. (Web site)
  4. Matt Haimovitz was born in 1970 in Israel.

Schuster

  1. Schuster was a member of St. Mary’s Church and a former member of the Dansville Fish and Game Club. (Web site)
  2. Schuster was principal in Berlin before coming to New York in 1936 as the Philharmonic's first cellist. (Web site)

Raphael Wallfisch

  1. Raphael Wallfisch is one of the most celebrated cellists performing on the international stage. (Web site)

Hugo Becker

  1. Hugo Becker was born in Germany in 1864. (Web site)

Mischa Maisky

  1. Already in 1999, Mischa Maisky started a world concert tour playing the recorded cello-suites by Bach. (Web site)
  2. Chang also had the opportunity to participate on a full scholarship in the master classes of another famous cellist and Maestro, Mischa Maisky.

David Popper

  1. David Popper was born on June 18, 1843 in Prague, and it was there that he began to study the cello. (Web site)

Zuill Bailey

  1. Zuill Bailey is a multi-faceted musician of consummate virtuosity who has established himself as one of the most sought-after and active cellists today.
  2. Zuill Bailey is a world-renowned cellist, who frequently tours the U.S. He was born and raised in Prince William County, Virginia. (Web site)

Yosif Feigelson

  1. Yosif Feigelson is a Latvian -born concert cellist living in the United States.
  2. Yosif Feigelson is a renowned Latvian-born concert cellist living in the United States. (Web site)

Harvey Shapiro

  1. Harvey Shapiro is a graduate of Yale and of Columbia.
  2. Harvey Shapiro is a poet I am appreciating more and more as I read through his fine collection The Sights Along the Harbor (Wesleyan, 2006).
  3. Harvey Shapiro is a poet of the city.

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