Double bassist Thomas Martin performs these and several other works by Bottesini. With Anthony Halstead, piano; and Jacquelyn Fugelle, soprano.
This is an early but demanding work by the great composer and bassist Bottesini. The music consists of eight variations on the theme. With a preface.
Two discs of music for double bass by Bottesini. The first disc contains full recordings, while the second dics contains play-along piano accompaniments.
In one movement. With program and biographical notes in Catalan, Spanish and English. This is the third of three Fantasias for contrabass composed by Valls. Bottesini was a great influence on Valls, who promoted his teachings. This edition contains versions in both concert and solo tunings.
A large selection of rarely-recorded works by Bottesini. With Sung-Suk Kang, piano.
Quarrington performs music by Korngold, Bottesini, Casadesus, Gliere, and Weinberg. With Andrew Burashko, piano.
A program of music for double bass by Bottesini. With Christiane Stotijn, mezzo; and the Amsterdam Sinfonietta. SACD.
Rollez plays music by Bottesini, Faure, Massenet, Aubin, Popper, Cassado, Shostakovich, and Rimsky-Korsakov. With pianist Angeline Pondepeyre.
Music by Giovanni Bottesini, Reinhold Gliere, Teppo Hauta-aho, Joseph Jongen, and Astor Piazzolla. With Tomoko Takahashi, piano.
Contents: Elegy in D -- Elegy in E minor (Romanza Drammatica). With a preface. These are two of Bottesini's best known and popular works for double bass.
In one movement. With a preface and biographical note. Bottesini composed this work on themes from the opera by Donizetti. Of advanced difficulty.
This disc also includes Bottesini's Andante Sostenuto for Strings; and Duetto for Clarinet and Double Bass. With Jose-Luis Garcia, violin; Emma Johnson, clarinet; and the English Chamber Orchestra.
This disc includes music by Dragonetti, Bottesini, Koussevitsky, Cimador, and Lorenziti. Featuring Stefano Sciascia and Gianni Amadio. With the Orchestra Antonio Salieri and Orchestra Interpreti Veneziani.
In three movements. With a preface. This is Bottesini's own piano reduction of this Concerto, originally composed for bass and orchestra. The work was premiered in London in 1871. Of advanced difficulty.