Ghedini / Shugaev / Uryupin - Cello Concerto / L'olmeneta | RECORD STORE DAY
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The composers of these 20th-century Italian works were all associated with the cello from a young age. Their deep understanding of the instrument reveals itself in three contrasting concertante pieces where soloist and orchestra collaborate to explore a wide range of colors and moods, and whose slow movements are among the most beautiful each composer ever wrote. Malipiero viewed the soloist in his concertos as a voice rising in a crowd; the mysterious and autumnal L'Olmeneta is the largest and most individual of Ghedini's cello works; and Casella's Notturno e tarantella is a sunny piece, expertly orchestrated.