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Sol Gabetta

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Salut d'amour, Op. 12 Sol Gabetta 03:02
From Jewish Life, B. 55 : I. Prayer Sol Gabetta 04:35
Nitocri : Caldara: Nitocri - “Fortuna e speranza” Cecilia Bartoli, Sol Gabetta, Cappella Gabetta, Andrés Gabetta 10:04
Lied ohne Worte, Op. 109 Sol Gabetta, Bertrand Chamayou 04:23
Arianna in Creta : Handel: Arianna in Creta - “Son qual stanco pellegrino” Cecilia Bartoli, Sol Gabetta, Cappella Gabetta, Andrés Gabetta 09:22
Nocturne for Cello and Piano, Op. 14, No. 1 Sol Gabetta, Bertrand Chamayou 04:36
Gli orti esperidi : Porpora: Gli orti esperidi - “Giusto Amor tu che m’accendi” Cecilia Bartoli, Sol Gabetta, Cappella Gabetta, Andrés Gabetta 05:29
Song of the Birds Sol Gabetta 03:42
5 Stücke im Volkston, Op. 102 : II. Langsam Sol Gabetta 03:21
Cello Concerto in D Major Op. 34 : Boccherini: Cello Concerto in D Major Op. 34 - 3. Allegro maestoso Sol Gabetta, Cappella Gabetta, Andrés Gabetta, Luigi Boccherini 06:57

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19/01/2024

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A Franco-Argentine cellist born in 1981, Sol Gabetta grew up in Spain and France before settling in Switzerland, where she teaches and founded the Solsberg Festival, dedicated to chamber music, in 2005. Winner of several competitions, she has made a meteoric rise to fame with her interpretations of the principal Cello Concertos by Haydn, Mozart, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, as well as those by contemporary composers (Bohuslav Martinu, Samuel Barber, Peteris Vasks). Winner of an ECHO Award in 2009, she devoted several opuses to Vivaldi(Il Progetto Vivaldi I, II & III) and joined forces with pianist Hélène Grimaud for the DUO recital released in 2012. Two years later, Prayer was released, inspired by Jewish songs by composers Dimitri Shostakovich, Pablo Casals and Ernest Bloch.