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Cello World is a must for all Cellists. It is a wonderful collection of original works and arrangements from the repertoire of world-famous Cellist Steven Isserlis. The inspired line up of pieces includes Schumann's moving Intermezzo, Leonard's The Donkey And The Driver and Villa-Lobo's rippling Song Of The Black Swan. This is the perfect volume for cellists looking for a variety of challenging repertoire.
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Chonguri [Tsintsadze, Sulkhan]
Elfentanz [Popper, David]
Intermezzo [Schumann, Robert]
Lied [Rachmaninov, Sergei]
Morceau De Concours [Faure, Gabriel]
Romance [Scriabin, Alexander]
Romantic Piece [Dvorak, Antonin]
Song Of The Black Swan [Villa-Lobos, Heitor]
Souvenir Russe [Isserlis, Julias]
The Donkey And The Driver [Leonard, Hubert]
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Cello World is a must for all cellists. It is a wonderful collection of original works and arrangements from the repertoire of world-famous cellist Steven Isserlis. The inspired line-up of pieces includes Schumann's moving Intermezzo, Leonard's The Donkey and the Driver and Villa-Lobo's rippling Song of the Black Swan. This is the perfect volume for cellists looking for a variety of challenging repertoire.Biografía del autor:
The Marvel and Other Short Stories is a collected anthology of six short stories written by the winners of the Austin Macauley World Book Day short story competition.
Steven Isserlis was born at a fairly early age. His whole family was musical-- his father plays the violin, his mother played the piano, and his two sisters play the violin and viola-- so he took up the cello because he didn't want to get left out.
He soon decided that playing the cello was what he wanted to do for the rest of his life (partly because it meant that he wouldn't have to get up too early in the morning to get to work). These days, he travels all over the world, playing concerts to whoever wants to listen (and to a few who don't too) and making recordings. He studied in England, Scotland and America; his main teacher was a wonderfully eccentric lady called Jane Cowan who convinced him that he had to become friends with the composers whose music he played. In 1998, he was awarded a CBE, for 'services to music' (though privately, he suspects it was because of his looks); and in 2000, the city of Zwickau (birthplace of the composer Robert Schumann, to whom a chapter of this book is devoted) bestowed the Schumann Prize 2000 upon his curly head. Steven lives in London, with Pauline (who tries to keep him in order), his son Gabriel (who manages to keep him in disorder), lots of cellos and a piano. He has a few hobbies, but what he likes best (apart from listening to music and reading books, perhaps) is to eat lots of food.
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