Franz Xaver Richter: Grandes Symphonies, Nos. 1-6 (Set 1). Helsinki Baroque Orchestra conducted by Aapo Häkkinen.
Virtuoso Cello Showpieces: Buxton Orr: A Carmen Fantasy; Franz Danzi: Variations on a Theme from Mozart’s ‘Don Giovanni’; Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Figaro Variations from Rossini’s ‘Barber of Seville’; Gaspar Cassadó: Lamento de Boabdil; Antonín Dvořák: Rondo in G Minor…Silent Woods (Klid)…Sonatina in G Major. Maria Kliegel, cello; Nina Tichman, piano.
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The rest of the works that Kliegel plays date to later times. There is more by Dvořák on this CD than by anyone else: two brief but expansive pieces predating the Cello Concerto, and Oscar Hartwieg’s cello-and-piano arrangement of the op. 100 Sonatina, written for violin and piano in 1893, during the composer’s stay in