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Pierre Fournier Cello Recital

1 LP 180 gr 33 rpm PRECINTADO

IVA incluido


Pierre Fournier

Cello Recital


180g LP

Side 1:
Johann Sebastian Bach

1. Choral Prelude "Herzlich Tut Mich Verlagen"
2. Sonata in G Major
Side 2:
Ernest Bloch

1. Nigun - Improvisation from "Baal Shem"
Fritz Kreisler
2. Chanson Louis XIII and Pavane
Claude Debussy
3. Beau Soir
Gabriel Faure
4. Fileuse, Op. 80, No. 2
George Gershwin
5. Prelude No. 2
Joaquin Nin
6. Granadina 

Recorded October 1952

Audiophile 180g Virgin Vinyl LP!
Mastered From Original Masters of Universal Music!
Pressed at Pallas!

Cellist Pierre Fournier is accompanied by pianist Ernest Lush for this recording of compositional works by J.S. Bach, Ernest Bloch, Debussy, George Gershwin and more.

"Fournier is one of the finest 'cellists before the public today. He is a master stylist, as he demonstrates vividly here, adapting to such varied fare as a Bach sonata, a Bloch improvisation, a Debussy song, and even a blues-like Gershwin prelude. Ernest Lush's accompaniment is well-nigh ideal, and the reproduction is excellent." - High Fidelity

"Unlike most 'cellists whose bowing sounds like a runner's breathing after the 100 yard dash, Pierre Fournier possess an unusual and almost uniquely mellifluous tone which, combined with his supremely cultivated musicianship indicates immediately, that he is one of the very few good 'cellists one may hear today… The majority of his “'Cello Recital" consists of works not intended for that instrument, but in no instance, if one did not know the origins of the works, would there probably be any doubt that they were all 'cello masterpieces. His version of the Bach Sonata, when compared with Casals', leaves the impression that where Casals is playing the cello, Fournier is playing the Sonata." -The New Records

• Audiophile 180g Virgin Vinyl
• Pressed at Pallas GmbH in Germany
• Audiophile analogue mastering by Rainer Maillard at
Emil Berliner Studios in Berlin
• Mastered from the Original Masters of Universal Music
• Analogphonic release