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Cello stories : une histoire du violoncello aux XVIIé & XVIIé siècles

Bruno Cocset (performer), Marc Vanscheewijck (author), Les Basses Réunies (performer)
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Cello stories : une histoire du violoncello aux XVIIé & XVIIé siècles

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Contents
Cd 1 The origins : Bonizzi, Degli Antoni, Frescobaldi, Galli, Ortiz, Vitali
Cd 2 Italy-France : Barrière, Marcello, Vivaldi
Cd 3 Johann Sebastian Bach 1
Cd 4 Johann Sebastian Bach 2
Cd 5 From Geminiani to Boccherini : Boccherini, Cirri, Geminiani
Extra subject
cello/contrabasrecital
Title
Cello stories : une histoire du violoncello aux XVIIé & XVIIé siècles
Other title
Cello stories : the cello in the 17th & 18th centuries
Performer
Bruno Cocset  (gamba;cello) Les Basses Réunies  (instrumentaal ensemble)
Author
Marc Vanscheewijck
Publisher
Alpha, copyright 2016
5 cd's + boek (167 p.)
Recording date
1998-2013
Playing time
05:49:37
EAN
3760014198908
CDR
CCX2244

About Bruno Cocset

Bruno Cocset (born in 1963 in France) is one of the most influential baroque cello players of this century. After studying in National Conservatory of Tours he received classes from Anner Bylsma, Jaap Schröder and Christophe Coin. He has worked with many of the most important "historically informed" groups of Europe, having recording mainly with Jordi Savall's Le Concert des Nations before he created his own baroque ensemble: Les Basses Réunies. He is very recognized for the "rescue" of forgotten composers such as Jean-Baptiste Barrière or Evaristo Felice Dall'Abaco, two examples of a vast corpus of recordings including innovative versions of Bach Cello Suites and Vivaldi Cello Concerti and Sonatas.

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