Cello – Steven Isserlis. Photography By – Heikki Tuuli. Photography By – Joanna Bergin. Piano – Olli Mustonen. Producer – Jonathan Allen. Technician – Peter Willsher (2).
Composer: Shostakovich, Kabalevsky Composition: Shostakovich Cello Sonata in D Minor, Prokofiev Ballade for Cello and Piano in C Minor, Kabalevsky Cello Sonata In B Flat et al Performer: Steven Isserlis vc, Olli Mustonen p Catalogue Number: Hyperion CDA68239. An ambitious concert program that was delivered brilliantly.
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Reuniting with pianist Olli Mustonen (with whom he recorded a wonderful set of Martinů's cello sonatas a few years ago), for his latest recording Steven Isserlis presents a selection of Russian repertoire for cello and piano, the centrepiece of which is the sonata by Dmitri Shostakovich. The first thing that struck me about their performance here is how spacious the opening tempo is (certainly when compared to Shostakovich's own 1959 recording with Rostropovich: in both the first and last movements Isserlis and Mustonen are a full minute slower than their predecessors). This use of the high register is echoed by Kabalevsky in his Rondo in memory of Prokofiev, written for what would have been Prokofiev's seventy-fifth year.
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Steven Isserlis & Olli Mustonen. ıkış Tarihi: 2019-02-01. Açıklık: notExplicit. Ballade in C Major, Op. 15. 10:53. 6. Cello Sonata in B-Flat Major, 8:36. Bu sanatçıdan videolar. More video Steven Isserlis & Olli Mustonen. Bu sanatçının albümleri. Dvořák: Cello Concertos. Franck & Rachmaninoff: Cello Sonatas. Brahms: Cello Sonatas.
Shostakovich & Kabalevsky: Cello Sonatas. Steven Isserlis (cello), Olli Mustonen (piano). Download all MP3 16-bit VBR £. 9. The Cello Sonata by Dmitri Kabalevsky has been in need of a really first-class recording ever since it was written for Rostropovich in 1962, and I wonder if Isserlis and Mustonen have made one that’s better than the piece itsel. his is a recording not to be missed’ (The Strad) More. It’s a tribute to Steven Isserlis and Olli Mustonen that it’s hard to imagine more thoughtful, well-prepared performances. Yet this is also playing in which everything is ‘in the moment’. Every vivid emotion-passion, anguish, hysteria, vivacity, despair-makes its mark.
Shostakovich's op. 40 Cello Sonata begins the album. Prokofiev himself is represented with his quite early 'Ballade' from 1912, and his own arrangement of the movement 'Cinderella and the Prince' from his 1940's ballet "Cinderella". The latter is by far the more familiar work, in its original orchestral form.