Contents: Cello Concerto / Walton -- Passacaglia for Cello / Walton -- Cello Concerto / Hindemith -- Cello Sonata, Op. 25 No. 3 / Hindemith. Frank Shipway conducts the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra. SACD.
Contents: Concerto for Cello and Orchestra No. 1 / by Martinu -- Concerto for Cello and Orchestra / by Honegger -- Concerto for Cello and Orchestra / by Hindemith. With the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern.
Contributions on the music situation around 1920, Gebrauchsmusik, 2 on performances of the Amar-Quartett including programs of all performances 1922-29 (Hindemith was the violist), on the Cello Sonata op.25/3 & his early songs including the songs with orchestra op.9, his study of early theorists,
Contents: Cello Concerto / Hindemith -- Symphony-Concerto in E Minor, Op. 125 / Prokofiev -- Cello Concerto, Op. 41 / Rautavaara. With the SWR Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart and SWR Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden and Freiburg.
Contents: Duet for Viola and Cello -- Konzertstück for 2 Alto Saxophones -- Sonata for Solo Viola, Op. 25 No. 1 -- Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano -- Trio, Op. 47 for Tenor Saxophone, Viola and Piano. With Vegard Landaas and Rolf Erik Nystrom, saxophones; Henninge Landass, viola; Elzbieta…
Reprint of Schott's 1949 edition of Rudolf Hindemith's piano reduction of Goltermann's fourth cello concerto (he composed six in all). The three movements are meant to played continuously.
Reprint of Schott's 1929 edition of Rudolf Hindemith's piano reduction of Goltermann's third cello concerto. Unlike his later concertos, this one consists of three independent movements.
Reprint of Schott's 1958 edition of Rudolf Hindemith's piano reduction of Goltermann's fifth cello concerto. Like his fourth concerto, the first two movements are composed as continuous music, and third is to be played attacca.
Contents: 5 Studies in Melodic Counterpoint, Op. 137a / Bach, arranged Moscheles -- Violin Sonata No. 9 in A, Op. 47 (Kreutzer) / Beethoven, arranged Czerny -- Cello Sonata, Op. 11 / Hindemith. With Federico Lovato, piano.
In four movements. With a preface in English and German. Hindemith composed this work in 1924-25, mostly during periods of transit. The work was premiered in 1924, with Hindemith's brother Rudolf performing on solo cello.
Transcriptions for trombone duet of Hindemith's Stücke for Cello and Bassoon, originally composed in 1941. With a preface. Duration ca. 5 minutes.
Coehn performs music by Hindemith, Rachmaninov, Chopin, Joseph Jongen, Bloch, Paganini and Prokofiev. With pianist Olga Sitkovetsky and the Liege Philharmonic Orchestra.
Edited by Giselher Schubert. Assumed to have been composed between 1942/1943 (the work does not appear in any Hindemith catalogue). Brief, interesting preface by the editor in German, French and English.
Contents: Cello Sonata -- Sonata for Solo Cello, Op. 25 No. 3 -- Three Pieces, Op. 8 -- A Frog He Went A-Courting. Hurtaud was the winner of the 2009 Adam International Cello Competition. With Pamela Hurtado, piano.
Includes: Three Pieces, op. 8; Cello Sonata, op. 11 no. 3; and Cello Sonata. With pianist Wolfgang Manz.
Music by Paul Juon, Alban Berg, Igor Stravinsky, Paul Hindemith, Leonard Bernstein, Malcolm Arnold, and Gregory Vajda. With Jascha Parisi, cello; and Francesco Scrofani Cancellieri, piano.
This four-disc set features concertos by Haydn, Schumann, Dvorak, Elgar and Lutoslawski. Other works by Haydn, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Schumann, Vivaldi and Hindemith are included as well. Various orchestras.
Music by Paul Hindemith, Friedrich Gulda, Bart Picqueur, and Heitor Villa-Lobos. With Peter Bruns, the Clair-Obscur sax quartet, and the Saxon Wind Philharmonic.
With a preface in English and German. This is Hindemith's arrangement of the first of his Three Easy Pieces for Cello and Piano. He created this arrangement for American friends who were all fans of the Frankenstein films.