Sol Gabetta
drives BMW

Next Concert:

Sun 17.12.2017

Discography

Prayer

Sol Gabetta Violoncello
Dmitri Shostakovich Komponist
Ernest Bloch (1880-1959) Komponist
Pablo Casals (1876-1973) Komponist
Amsterdam Sinfonietta Main Artist Pop
Cello Ensemble of the Amsterdam Sinfonietta Main Artist Pop
Orchestre National de Lyon Main Artist Pop
Leonard Slatkin Rock/Pop-Band (instrumental)
Mikhail Bronner (geb. 1952) Bearbeiter

Sony Classical

Release Date: October 2014

From Jewish Life

1 I. Prayer
2 II. Supplication
3 Iii. Jewish Song

4 Amsterdam Sinfonietta: Baal Shem: II. Nigun
5 Amsterdam Sinfonietta: Meditation Hebraique

From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79

6 Iii. Lullaby (Arr. For Cello And String Orchestra)
7 V. A Warning (Arr. for Cello and String Orchestra)
8 Vii. The Song Of Misery (Arr. For Cello And String Orchestra)
9 X. The Young Girl's Song (Arr. for Cello and String Orchestra)

10 Orchestre National de Lyon: Schelomo
11 Cello Ensemble of the Amsterdam Sinfonietta: Song of the Birds

6 Iii. Lullaby (Arr. For Cello And String Orchestra)
7 V. A Warning (Arr. for Cello and String Orchestra)
8 Vii. The Song Of Misery (Arr. For Cello And String Orchestra)
9 X. The Young Girl's Song (Arr. for Cello and String Orchestra)

10 Orchestre National de Lyon: Schelomo

11 Cello Ensemble of the Amsterdam Sinfonietta: Song of the Birds

"En este álbum, lo sorprendente es el repertorio y la sucesión de tracks que, uno a uno, van llevando la tensión y la atención hacia el destino final, como un guión de una película, como un libreto de ópera. Si alguien optara por apretar la tecla random y escuchar este álbum de modo aleatorio se perdería la posibilidad de admirar la continuidad y el crescendo sin pausa hasta el colofón genial que concluye la aventura." - La Nación

"Sol Gabetta has truly got under the skin of Bloch’s Hebraically inspired compositions, understanding their idiomatic use of rubato and nuance to perfection. Every detailed instruction is observed faithfully, but is equally coloured with sensitivity – the elusive yet vital element that can never be written but is self-evident to the perceptive interpreter." - The Strad