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R. Schumann: Concerto for Cello & Orchestra, Op. 129 in A Minor

Gavriel Lipkind, Sinfonia Varsovia, Misha Katz

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Cello Concerto in A Minor, Op. 129  
1.1
I. Nicht zu schnell
Robert Schumann; Gavriel Lipkind; Sinfonia Varsovia; Misha Katz
13:04
1.2
II. Langsam
Robert Schumann; Gavriel Lipkind; Sinfonia Varsovia; Misha Katz
4:11
1.3
III. Sehr lebhaft
Robert Schumann; Gavriel Lipkind; Sinfonia Varsovia; Misha Katz
8:31
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    25:46
This is the first volume in a series from solo cellist Gavriel Lipkind entitled Cello Heroics, an exhaustive anthology of the concertante repertoire for cello. This recording, devoted to the works of Schumann, along with the other albums in the series serves as a kind of touring diary for Lipkind, accompanied here by the Sinfonia Varsovia under the baton of Misha Katz.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lipkind Productions Studio Masters

Recording Producer: Christoph Claßen Recording Engineer: Johann Günther Executive Producer: Gavriel Lipkind General Manager and Director, Lipkind Productions: Andrea Kleibel Manager Advisor and Coordinator: Florentine Gallwas Coordinator Benelux: Leontien van der Vliet Recording Location: De Hanzehof Zutphen, The Netherlands

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