Pablo Casals


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an outstanding Spanish cellist noted for his interpretation of Bach's cello suites (1876-1973)

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At the age of ten, aided by a scholarship from the city, he moved with his family to Paris so that he could study the cello with his compatriot Pablo Casals, who was then at the height of his career as a performer yet took a high level of interest in the young cellist's development, teaching him for over five years.
Mouradian is a prize winner in some of the world's most prestigious competitions, such as Pablo Casals, Tchaikovsky, Julio Cardona, among others.
The programme's accent was heavily biased towards newer music, with only Rachmaninov's Bogoroditsye Dyevo and Pablo Casals' O Vos Omnes flying the flag for the early 20th Century, whilst Antonio Lotti's Crucifixus a 8 did the same for the early 18th Century.
The collage included Bob Dylan, Amelia Earhart, Frank Lloyd Wright, Maria Callas, Muhammad Ali, Martin Luther King, Jr., Jim Henson, Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein, Pablo Casals, Mahatma Gandhi, Albert Schweitzer, and on and on and on.
Especially gratifying is his detailed comparison of tempo, portamento, and vibrato in ten recordings of Robert Schumann's Traumerei by seven different cellists, from Heinrich Grunfeld's 1903 recording through the four made by Pablo Casals between 1915 and 1930.
She arranged for theatrical performances and concerts by musicians such as the young Pablo Casals. This established the precedent for future first ladies to invite performers to the White House, continued by such presidential spouses as Jackie Kennedy and Michelle Obama.
Wenceslas Music Festival and Pablo Casals International Music Festival in Spain.
Found guilty that May, she received a suspended sentence from a judge who said that Pablo Casals would not have been as great a cellist if he had performed without his pants.
The first half of the concert belonged solely to the Master Singers, and they professionally and with surprisingly powerful sound swept through five contemporary songs from Pablo Casals' "Nigra sum'' for sopranos and altos only, to Stephen Sondheim's "Sunday in the Park,'' whose always off-expectation lyrics required pinpoint articulation.
The orchestra is also cherished for its collaborations with famous soloists, from Yehudi Menuhin, David Oistrakh, Pablo Casals, Wilhelm Kempff, and Clara Haskil to contemporary stars such as Anne-Sophie Mutter, Viktoria Mullova, Leonidas Kavakos, James Galway, Mischa Maisky, Helene Grimaud and Arabella Steinbacher.
The Casals Festival, the yearly musical fest founded by cellist Pablo Casals, closed its 58th season on Mar.
The broadcaster said Tuesday that the 218 monaural but high-quality pieces also include a performance by cellist Pablo Casals on his first visit to Japan in 1961 and the last concert given by violinist Jascha Heifetz in 1954.
Bach, Pablo Casals, and the Search for a Baroque Masterpiece (Grove Press, 2009) by Eric Siblin, endeavors to tie together the personal, musical, historical, and philosophical ramifications of the Suites in Pablo Casals's (and J.S.
While pointing out that musical influences on the island were limited, he tells of singing in the chorus for Beethoven's Ninth Symphony at the Casals Festival and briefly meeting cellist Pablo Casals. He loved Piazzolla's music and remembers seeing him perform on the bandoneon in person.