Prokofiev: Cello Sonata; Sinfonia Concertante by Bruno Philippe, Tanguy de Williencourt, Frankfurt Radio Symphony & Christoph Eschenbach - With this new album devoted to Prokofiev, cellist Bruno Philippe continues his exploration of Russian music. Having already recorded a recital of Rachmaninov's and Myaskovsky's Sonatas with Jérôme Ducros, here he is reunited with his long-time musical partner Tanguy de Williencourt on the piano, but also with his mentor, conductor Christoph Eschenbach leading the hr-Sinfonieorchester Frankfurt. On the program, Prokofiev's (surprisingly?) romantic cello sonata, coupled with his Sinfonia concertante, that Mount Everest of technical challenges - both works having been written for the great Rostropovitch, who gave them their first performances in 1950 and 1952.
Prokofiev: Cello Sonata; Sinfonia Concertante by Bruno Philippe, Tanguy de Williencourt, Frankfurt Radio Symphony & Christoph Eschenbach - With this new album devoted to Prokofiev, cellist Bruno Philippe continues his exploration of Russian music. Having already recorded a recital of Rachmaninov's and Myaskovsky's Sonatas with Jérôme Ducros, here he is reunited with his long-time musical partner Tanguy de Williencourt on the piano, but also with his mentor, conductor Christoph Eschenbach leading the hr-Sinfonieorchester Frankfurt. On the program, Prokofiev's (surprisingly?) romantic cello sonata, coupled with his Sinfonia concertante, that Mount Everest of technical challenges - both works having been written for the great Rostropovitch, who gave them their first performances in 1950 and 1952.
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Prokofiev: Sinfonia Concertante, Cello Sonata
Artist: Bruno Philippe
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. 1 - I. Andante
2. 2 - II. Allegro Giusto
3. 3 - III. Andante Con Moto - Allegretto (Poco Meno Mosso)
4. 4 - I. Andante Grave - Moderato Animato
5. 5 - II. Moderato - Andante Dolce
6. 6 - III. Allegro, Ma Non Troppo - Meno Mosso

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Prokofiev: Cello Sonata; Sinfonia Concertante by Bruno Philippe, Tanguy de Williencourt, Frankfurt Radio Symphony & Christoph Eschenbach - With this new album devoted to Prokofiev, cellist Bruno Philippe continues his exploration of Russian music. Having already recorded a recital of Rachmaninov's and Myaskovsky's Sonatas with Jérôme Ducros, here he is reunited with his long-time musical partner Tanguy de Williencourt on the piano, but also with his mentor, conductor Christoph Eschenbach leading the hr-Sinfonieorchester Frankfurt. On the program, Prokofiev's (surprisingly?) romantic cello sonata, coupled with his Sinfonia concertante, that Mount Everest of technical challenges - both works having been written for the great Rostropovitch, who gave them their first performances in 1950 and 1952.