Praised by The Washington Post for playing with "an easy warmth, drawing the orchestra after him like a halo around a candle flame," cellist Kian Soltani follows his DG debut album, Home, with a Dvor k album centered on the famous cello concerto. Featuring Maestro Daniel Barenboim and the Staatskapelle Berlin, the concerto is paired with five arrangements of beloved Dvor k pieces, three of which Soltani arranged himself.
Praised by The Washington Post for playing with "an easy warmth, drawing the orchestra after him like a halo around a candle flame," cellist Kian Soltani follows his DG debut album, Home, with a Dvor k album centered on the famous cello concerto. Featuring Maestro Daniel Barenboim and the Staatskapelle Berlin, the concerto is paired with five arrangements of beloved Dvor k pieces, three of which Soltani arranged himself.
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Dvorak: Cello Concerto
Artist: Kian Soltani / Barenboim / Staatskapelle Berlin
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Antonín Dvorák - Cello Concerto in B Minor, Op. 104, B. 191
2. I. Allegro
3. II. Adagio ma non troppo
4. III. Finale. Allegro moderato
5. 4 Lieder, Op. 82, B. 157
6. I. Lasst mich allein. Andante (Arr. Soltani For Solo Cello and Cello Ensemble)
7. Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95, B. 178, "From the New World"
8. IV. Largo. Goin' Home (Arr. Koncz For Solo Cello and Cello Ensemble)
9. Gypsy Melodies, Op.55, B. 104 1
10. IV. Songs My Mother Taught Me (Arr. Soltani For Solo Cello and Cello Ensemble) 1
11. 4 Romantic Pieces, Op.75, B.150 1
12. I. Allegro moderato (Arr. Soltani For Solo Cello and Cello Ensemble) 1
13. From the Bohemian Forest, Op. 68, B. 133 1
14. V. Silent Woods (Arr. Niefind ; Ribke For Solo Cello and Cello Ensemble)

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Praised by The Washington Post for playing with "an easy warmth, drawing the orchestra after him like a halo around a candle flame," cellist Kian Soltani follows his DG debut album, Home, with a Dvor k album centered on the famous cello concerto. Featuring Maestro Daniel Barenboim and the Staatskapelle Berlin, the concerto is paired with five arrangements of beloved Dvor k pieces, three of which Soltani arranged himself.