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Sir Granville BantockCELLO SONATAS

Sir Granville Bantock

Sir Granville Bantock
Cello Sonata in B minor
Cello Sonata in F sharp minor
Sonata for solo Cello
Hamabdil for Cello & Harp
Pibroch for Cello & Harp
Elegiac Poem for Cello & Piano

Andrew Fuller (cello)
Michael Dussek (piano)
Lucy Wakeford (harp)

Recorded at All Saints Church, East Finchley, London

17-19 July 2000

"With eminently truthful sound and balance throughout, this enterprising collection deserves a warm welcome."
Andrew Aschenbach, The Gramophone, February 2001

The Gramophone Editor's Choice - February 2001

"Another valuable rescue-act within Dutton's nicely expanding Epoch series. First-rate performances of some appealing cello rarities."
The Gramophone, February 2001

The Penguin Guide to CDs and DVDs 2003-4 edition

CDLX 7107

Product ID CDLX7107
Price: £11.99
EUR: €16.66
USD: $13.61 approx 1,847 JPY
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