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8 Replies to “ Malinconia, Op.20 (1900) ”

  1. Malinconia, op. 20 () For piano: Finlandia op. 26 (, arr. for piano by the composer ) Domenico Ermirio has been playing cello since he was eight. He took the degree in at Genoa's “N. Paganini” Conservatory (Italy) in the class of Nevio Zanardi. Then he studied with Dario Destefano.
  2. Malinconia, Op. 20 (for cello and piano) (for cello and piano) Adagio pesante Duration: 13 minutes (approximately) Composed: (age ) Published: WWI WWII Anton Bruckner () Karl Goldmark ().
  3. MARTINU: Sonata No.1 for Cello and Piano. Sonata No. 2 for Cello and Piano. Sonata No. 3 for Cello and Piano. MUSTONEN: Sonata for Cello and Piano. SIBELIUS: Malinconia, Op. Steven Isserlis, cello; Olli Mustonen, piano BIS SACD .
  4. Sonata no. 1 for cello and piano, H () / Martinů, Bohuslav () --Sonata for cello and piano () / Mustonen, Olli () --Sonata no. 2 for cello and piano, H () / Martinů, Bohuslav () --Malinconia: op. 20 () / Sibelius, Jean () --Sonata no. 3 for cello and piano, H () / Martinů, Bohuslav ().
  5. Martinu: Cello Sonatas - Isserlis, Mustonen MARTINU, Bohuslav (–): Sonata No. 1 for cello and piano, H (); Sonata No. 2 for cello and piano, H (); Sonata No. 3 for cello and piano, H () MUSTONEN, Olli (b. ): Sonata for cello and piano () SIBELIUS, Jean (–): Malinconia, Op. 20 () Steven.
  6. Malinconia, Op () [] Johannes BRAHMS () Violin Sonata No. 1 in G major, Op. 78 () (transcribed for cello by Julius Klengel (publ. )) [] Rohan de Saram (cello) Benjamin Frith (piano) rec. April , Tonbridge, School, Kent, UK FIRST HAND RECORDS FHR34 [] The three works selected for this disc ensure its.
  7. Malinconia Alt ernative. Title Composer Sibelius, Jean: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Op I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IJS 40 Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. First Pub lication. Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Early 20th century: Piece Style Romantic: Instrumentation cello, pianoComposer: Sibelius, Jean.
  8. Jean Sibelius' Malinconia was written in , shortly after the death of the composer's infant daughter Kirsti. Deeply personal, but also suffused with the sounds of nature, it is an extraordinary piece –‘a tone poem for cello and piano’ is how Isserlis describes it.

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