Solo Works for Cello Volume I
Daniel Gaisford Cello - American Cellist
Remastered release of various works for solo cello.
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"given a gripping performance by Daniel Gaisford" New York Times.
Recorded on Gaisford's 1706 Matteo Goffriller Cello, the "Warburg"
This Album includes all of the works from Cellists Favorite Contest Album with the exception of Bruch's Kol Nidre and Daniel van Goens Scherzo. The tracks are replaced by the Francoeur Cello Sonata Mov. 1 and 2 and the Dance of the Elves by David Popper transcribed and performed for four cellos by Daniel Gaisford.
Dotzauer's cello sonatas are most important in the history of cello writing. They are enjoyable and satisfying to listen to. Dotzauer captures the essence of the duo cello sound world in these fine works and the sonatas were recorded on two wonderful cellos. A 1706 Matteo Gofriller and a 1774 Nicolo Gagliano.
" A passionate and powerful performance of the great Brahms Sonatas for Cello and Piano." Daniel Gaisford and José Feghali in their final recorded performance together.