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Ries: Complete Works for Cello, Vol. 2

Martin Rummel, Stefan Stroissnig, Eric Lamb

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1
Introduction & Russian Dance, Op. 113 No. 1
Ferdinand Ries; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
8:09
Cello Sonata in C Minor, WoO 2  
2
I. Grave - Allegro
Ferdinand Ries; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
10:19
3
II. Adagio
Ferdinand Ries; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
5:30
4
III. Finale. Prestissimo
Ferdinand Ries; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
6:34
Piano Trio in E-Flat Major, Op. 63  
5
I. Allegro
Ferdinand Ries; Eric Lamb; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
4:21
6
II. Andantino
Ferdinand Ries; Eric Lamb; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
1:45
7
III. Rondo. Allegro
Ferdinand Ries; Eric Lamb; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
2:17
Sonata in F Major, Op. 34 (Version for Cello & Piano)  
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I. Larghetto - Allegro molto
Ferdinand Ries; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
8:25
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II. Andante
Ferdinand Ries; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
2:45
10
III. Rondo. Allegro
Ferdinand Ries; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
6:31
11
3 Airs russes variés, Op. 72 (Version for Cello & Piano)
Ferdinand Ries; Martin Rummel; Stefan Stroissnig
13:18
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    69:54
Ferdinand Ries is remembered as Beethoven’s one-time pupil, secretary and copyist, but the discovery of his many compositions showed him to be a forward-looking composer in his own right. The 1799 Cello Sonata in C minor is among the first of its genre, the 15-year-old Ries already showing remarkable talent in its ‘Sturm und Drang’ moods. The Trio, Op. 63 was admired in its day for its ingenuity of modulations’ and fashionable London society lapped up the exotic themes of works such as Introduction and a Russian Dance and the virtuosic Trois Airs Russes Varies.
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