- Performer:Steven Doane / Barry Snyder
- Title:Music for Cello and Piano by Bridge & Britten
- Style:Chamber Music
- Date of release:August 22, 1995
- Size FLAC version1219 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1242 megabytes
- Size WMA version1882 megabytes
- Formats:MOD MP4 ADX AU MOD MIDI
Steven Doane (cello) and Barry Snyder (piano). Catalogue No: BCD9038. Steven Doane, Barry Snyder. Fauré: Cello Sonata No. 1 in D minor, Op. 109. 18:01. Barry Snyder, Steven Doane.
Barry Snyder & Steven Doane. 4 Short Pieces for Violin and Piano, H 104: No. 2, Spring Song. Sonata for Cello and Piano in D minor, H 125: I. Allegro ben moderato. Sonata for Cello and Piano in D minor, H 125: II. Adagio ma non troppo. Sonata for Cello and Piano in C major, Op. 65: II. Scherzo-pizzicato. 65: III. Elegia. 65: IV. Marcia.
In 1995, when you recorded the Bridge and Britten cello sonatas, you also recorded the First Suite, and yet that work never made it onto the album. What happened? We were trying to record that piece on the stage of Eastman Theater, which is an immense space. And you don’t have enough bloom coming from the stage, it just wasn’t the right sound environment for a solo cello piece. Steven Doane’s recording of the Britten and Bridge cello sonatas can be found here. His recording of the Britten Suites will soon be released on the Bridge label. Next up: Things get personal with the Third Suite.
Danse Orientale - Steven Doane & Barry Snyder Shazam. com/track danse-orientale Cached Lyrics to 'Danse Orientale' by Steven Doane & Barry Snyder (2) 731 Granville Jones, v; George Malcolm, hc Bridge Cello Sonata Steven Doane, vc; Bridge BCD :21:12 ( ) Barry Snyder, p Trad Folksong,. Google Groups: Dr. Stevenson's Used CDs - The Last List. 3 CDs - $ Bridge BCD Gabriel Fauré: Complete Music for ‘Cello.
Album · 1995 · 34 Songs. Sonata in G Minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 60: I. Andante Moderato. 10. 60: II.
Music-theatre for community performance, 50'. Libretto after the Chester Miracle Play as published in 'English Miracle Plays, Moralities and Interludes'. Premiered on 18 June 1958 at Orford Church, Aldeburgh Festival. The title is taken from Shakespeare, and the arrangement by Britten is dedicated to Bridge. Violin, viola and piano. Two Pieces (written 1929; first performance 2003). 65, Sonata for cello and piano, 1961. Op. 66, War Requiem, 1961.
CreditsMichael Calvert - Mastering, Typesetting
Steven Doane - Cello, Editing, Primary Artist
David Dusman - Editing
Louis Ouzer - Photography
Anthony Payne - Liner Notes
David Peelle - Editing, Engineer
Barry Snyder - Piano, Primary Artist
David Starobin - Executive Producer, Producer
Robert J. Starobin - Typesetting
David Techler - Cello Maker
Paul Zinman - Mastering
|1||Spring Song, for violin (or cello) & piano||Steven Doane / Barry Snyder||1:59|
|Sonata for cello & piano in D minor, H 125|
|2||1. Allegro ben moderato||Steven Doane / Barry Snyder||9:27|
|3||2. Adagio ma non troppo||Steven Doane / Barry Snyder||12:16|
|4||Mélodie, for violin or cello & piano||Steven Doane / Barry Snyder||4:05|
|5||Scherzo, for cello & piano||Steven Doane / Barry Snyder||3:49|
|Sonata for cello & piano in C major, Op. 65|
|6||1. Dialogo||Steven Doane / Barry Snyder||7:18|
|7||2. Scherzo-pizzicato||Steven Doane / Barry Snyder||2:25|
|8||3. Elegia||Steven Doane / Barry Snyder||6:02|
|9||4. Marcia||Steven Doane / Barry Snyder||2:19|
|10||5. Moto Perpetuo||Steven Doane / Barry Snyder||2:38|