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Brahms, Bruch, Glière & Koussevitzky: Works for Double Bass & Piano

Release date: 06 Jan 2017, GEN17448


Nabil Shehata, Karim Shehata


Johannes Brahms, Max Bruch, Serge Koussevitzky, Reinhold Gliere




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Reinhold Glière: 2 Pieces, Op. 32 8:48   $
No. 1, Prélude 04:00   $
No. 2, Scherzo 04:48   $
Reinhold Glière: 2 Morceaux, Op. 9 8:34   $
No. 1, Intermezzo 03:30   $
Tarantelle 05:04   $
Serge Koussevitzky: Chanson triste, Op. 2 3:53   $
Chanson triste, Op. 2 03:53   $
Max Bruch: Kol nidrei, Op. 47 10:51   $
Kol nidrei, Op. 47 (Arr. for Double Bass & Piano) 10:51   $
Serge Koussevitzky: 2 Morceaux, Op. 1 2:28   $
No. 2, Valse miniature 02:28   $
Johannes Brahms: Cello Sonata No. 1 in E Minor, Op. 38 (Arr. for Double Bass & Piano) 28:52   $
I. Allegro non troppo 15:46   $
II. Allegretto quasi menuetto - Trio 05:58   $
III. Allegro 07:08   $

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The double bass is so much more than just an orchestral foundation when it is played by Nabil Shehata: the winner of the 2003 ARD Music Competition and professor at the Munich University of Music is one of his instrument’s most renowned virtuosos. But Shehata is a lot more than that, as he proves in his GENUIN debut release: a full-blooded musician who knows how to best bring out the unique colors and qualities of his instrument – whether in original works by Glière and Koussevitzky or arrangements of cello works by Bruch and Brahms. Both rugged and sweet-sounding, brilliant and down-to-earth – for lovers of distinctive sound!

Brahms, Bruch, Glière & Koussevitzky: Works for Double Bass & Piano

Category Chamber

Period Romantic, Early 20th

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