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Daniel Müller-Schott|Britten: The Cello Suites

Britten: The Cello Suites

Daniel Müller-Schott

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Britten: The Cello Suites

Daniel Müller-Schott

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Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72 (Benjamin Britten)

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Canto primo: Sostenuto e largamente –
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I. Fuga: Andante moderato –
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II. Lamento: Lento rubato –
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Canto secondo: Sostenuto –
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III. Serenata: Allegretto: pizzicato –
00:02:13

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IV. Marcia: Alla marcia moderato –
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Canto terzo: Sostenuto –
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V. Bordone: Moderato quasi recitativo –
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VI. Moto perpetuo e Canto quarto: Presto
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Cello Suite No. 2, Op. 80 (Benjamin Britten)

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I. Declamato: Largo
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Daniel Muller-Schott, Performer - Benjamin Britten, Composer

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II. Fuga: Andante
00:03:33

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III. Scherzo: Allegro molto
00:01:46

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IV. Andante lento
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V. Ciaccona: Allegro
00:07:02

Daniel Muller-Schott, Performer - Benjamin Britten, Composer

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Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87 (Benjamin Britten)

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I. Introduzione: Lento
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II. Marcia: Allegro
00:01:51

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III. Canto: Con moto
00:01:29

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IV. Barcarola: Lento
00:01:38

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V. Dialogo: Allegretto
00:01:51

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VI. Fuga: Andante espressivo
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VII. Recitativo: Fantastico
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VIII. Moto perpetuo: Presto
00:00:50

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IX. Passacaglia: Lento solenne
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X. Molto semplice
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