Michal Schmidt /Cellist and Pianist | Beethoven Cello Sonatas Op.5 no. 1 and Op.102 no.2

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Beethoven Cello Sonatas Op.5 no. 1 and Op.102 no.2

by Michal Schmidt /Cellist and Pianist

Two examples of Beethoven incredible writing for piano and cello,both instruments played by the featured artist. Great examples of an early and late styles of the composer.
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Adagio sostenuto
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2. Allegro
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13:49 album only
3. Rondo:Allegro vivace
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4. Allegro con brio
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5. Adagio con molto sentimento d'affetto
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6. Allegro-Allegro fugato
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This recording was made in 2001 as part of my doctorate work. My written document is titled "Two Sonatas,Two Instruments - One Performer; A Close Look at Beethoven's Sonatas for Piano and Cello Op.5 no.1 and Op.102 No.2"
(Temple Univeristy, Philadelphia, 2002)
Recording the sonatas playing both instruments has been a dream of mine for many years. The recording process was challenging, intriguing, and very satisfying. I recorded the piano parts first, as there are much less silences in the piano, and then, as the ready piano tracks were played back to me on head phones(one ear) I played the cello along with it. Being in total agreement with the pianist was tremendous asset, still, the fact that I could only listen to each instrument with one ear, made the task formidable.All in all I certainly had the advantage and thrill of "two artists playing as one."


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Melissa Brun

FANTASTIC
I can't express how much I LOVE this album! The music is as wonderful as the performer! :-)