Marc Moskovitz,
  cellist
Cello Music of 
David Popper

Brilliant works of David Popper (1843-1913), known as the greatest cello virtuoso of his day.
Includes pieces for cello and piano (Romanze, Op. 5; Im Walde, Op. 50; Nocturne, Op. 42;
Polonaise de Concert, Op. 14); Suite for Two Cellos, Op. 16; and the Requiem for Three Cellos and Piano.


    

"A mellow program, ending with the lovely Requiem for three cellos and piano,
played with lots of warmth...These musicians tackle him with sensitivity."
  —American Record Guide

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Alfredo Piatti
Siciliana

This compact disc of music by the 19th century Italian cello virtuoso Alfredo Piatti,
features concert pieces for cello and piano, two cellos, two cellos and piano,
and two songs for voice, cello and piano. The music,
composed at every major stage of Piatti's career, ranges from virtuosic
ranges from virtuosic to elegiac, captures his warm melodic style                  

 and reflects his lifelong exploration of the cello's potential.


"...lovely stuff, full of warmth and intensity.  Moskovitz and his crew
giving us a picture of a composer of surprising worth. Thank you all!
"

—American Record Guide


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Reizenstein & Zeisl
Cello Sonatas, Elegy, Cantilene

Music of two Jewish composers whose lives were uprooted with the rise of the Third Reich.  
These works range from passionate to intensely visceral and illustrates the diverse styles
practiced by composers who were forced to leave their homelands and rebuild their lives elsewhere.





"This is the kind of generous, large-sounded lovingly-shaped tune that 
sings forth beautifully on the cello—and that makes one breathe more deeply and freely in sympathy.  
Marc Moskovitz and Daniel Shapiro play with passion and assurance."
—American Record Guide

"...bound to attract widespread attention...
The Duo Hebraique gives committed accounts of the music."
—The Strad

Starry Night Project

Works by noted living American composers written exclusively about works of visual art.
The featured paintings belong to prominent art collections,
including New York’s Museum of Modern Art, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts
and The Art Institute of Chicago.





“Richly colored music inspired by some equally colorful art.…illuminating (Starry Night)…
absolutely delicious (Seurat)…sumptuously lyrical (O’Keeffe)…purely joyous and exuberant (Gauguin)..”
—Gramophone

"Performances are top-notch, especially the focused expressiveness of cellist Marc Moskovitz"
    —Fanfare

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