Isserlis, Dausgaard / RPO — RFH London, 2018-04-04

Concert review: Steven Isserlis, Thomas Dausgaard / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra @ Royal Festival Hall, London, 2018-04-04 — Benjamin Britten: Four Sea Interludes from “Peter Grimes”, op.33a; Sir Edward Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor, op.85; Sergei Rachmaninoff: 3 Symphonic Dances, op.45

Steven Isserlis, Mario Venzago — Bern, 2017-05-18

Concert Review, Steven Isserlis, Mario Venzago / Bern Symphony Orchestra @ Kultur-Casino Bern, 2017-05-18 — Richard Strauss: “Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche”, op.28; Robert Schumann: Cello concerto in A minor, op.129; Johannes Brahms: Symphony No.1 in C minor, op.68

Isserlis, Egarr / ZKO — Zurich, 2016-02-02

Concert review: Steven Isserlis, Richard Egarr / ZKO at Tonhalle Zurich, 2016-02-02 — Haydn: Symphony No.68 in B♭ major, Cello concerto No.1 in C major; Boccherini: Cello concerto No.3 in G major; Mozart: Symphony No.17 in G major K.129

Bach: Suite No.2 for Cello Solo in D minor, BWV 1008

Media review — Bach: Suite No.2 for Cello Solo in D minor, BWV 1008. 24 artists / 26 complete recordings, from historic to modern to HIP: Casals (1936), Fournier (1961), Bylsma (1979), Rostropovich (1991), Bylsma (1992), ter Linden (1996), Paternoster (1998), Wispelwey (1998), Pandolfo (2000, viola da gamba), Isserlis (2005), Queyras (2007), Gaillard (2010), Wispelwey (2012), Enders (2012), Watkin (2013), Demenga (2014), Dumas (2016), Kashkashian (2017, viola), Malov (2018, violoncello da spalla), Bertrand (2019), Teichmanis (2019), Kloeckner (2020), Rignol (2020, viola da gamba), Philippe (2021), de Naverán (2021), Skalka (2020)
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Bach: The 6 Suites for Cello Solo — Comparison Summary

Media review — Bach: The 6 Suites for Cello Solo, BWV 1007 – 1012 — Comparison Summary, Artist and Media Information. 24 artists / 26 complete recordings, from historic to HIP: Casals (1936–1939), Fournier (1961), Bylsma (1979), Rostropovich (1991), Bylsma (1992), ter Linden (1996), Paternoster (1998), Wispelwey (1998), Pandolfo (2000, viola da gamba), Isserlis (2005), Queyras (2007), Gaillard (2010), Wispelwey (2012), Enders (2012/2013), Watkin (2013), Demenga (2014), Dumas (2016), Kashkashian (2017, viola), Malov (2018, violoncello da spalla), Bertrand (2019), Teichmanis (2019), Kloeckner (2020), Rignol (2020), Skalka (2020), Philippe (2021), de Naverán (2021)
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