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Only the most ardent devotees or historians of late Classical-era cello performers may know of Jean Balthasar Tricklir (1750-1813), a prominent, highly-regarded French cellist in his day who traveled Europe with a cache of his own compositions in tow to play. The young Russian-born cellist Fedor Amosov (b. 1988), already known for a previous Centaur release of works he arranged written by another obscure French cellist of the same era, Jean-Baptiste Bréval (1753-1823), has here arranged Tricklir's Six Sonatas for Cello and Basso Continuo, played by himself and pianist Alexander Kostritsa.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: First Studio of GDRZ Culture, Moscow, Russia (01/2014).
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Works DetailsTricklir, Jean Balthasar : Sonatas (6) for cello & continuo
- Performers: Fedor Amosov (Cello); Alexander Kostritsa (Piano)
- Running Time: 60 min. 27 sec.
- Period Time: Classical