Johann Sebastian Bach
Suite for Cello solo No.6 in D-dur (1720)
5. Gavotte I & II
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Taken from a LP recorded by TELDEC (Germany) in 1984.
Recorded at Eching Kirche, Bavaria (Germany), May 14-16, 1979.
Recorded at Salle François-Bernier, Domaine Forget, Saint-Irénée (Québec), Canada, September 2010. TRANSPOSED IN G MAJOR.
Recorded live at Wigmore Hall, London, on 5 May 2012.
Recorded from 2 to 7 October 2001 at the Chapelle de l`Hôpital Notre-Dame de Bon Secours, Paris, France.
Recording: Snape Concert Hall, Suffolk, UK, 1990.
1991, Haarlem, Netherlands
4 March 1972 at the Toranomon Hall, Live, Tokyo.
2007, Studio Tibor Varga, Sion, Switzerland // cello by Carlo Giuseppe Testore dated 1690
Recorded in France, February 1964.
Recorded: July 2006, London.
Ulrich Koch (viola pomposa) / 1976
instrument: cello piccolo Filip Kuijken, Tokyo, 2001 /// recording in 2002
Recorded at Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, Massachusetts, June 29-30, 1996, and Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Massachusetts, August 5-6, 1997.
Recorded at Vanguard Studios, New York City, May 12, 1982.
5 Sep 2015, Royal Albert Hall
Recorded in 1954-55, Beethovensaal, Hannover.
Recorded: June 2-5, 2004, UK.
BWV 1012. Boris Pergamenschikow - Violoncello. Label: Hänssler-Verlag. Date of recording: 15-17.04.1998, 22-24.05.1998, 27-30.06.1998. Recording location: Tonstudio Teije van Geest, Heidelberg.
2018, Angela Burgess Recital Hall at the Royal Academy of Music, London
Recorded in the Small Hall of Moscow Conservatory, in January 2000.
Taken from a LP recorded by SAGA (UK)) in 1952. NEVER RE-ISSUED ON CD.
Ryo Terakado (violoncello da spalla) / Hakujyu Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 2008
Recorded: March 1999, Sweden. Instrument: David Tecchler (1711).
Recorded at Temple Church, London (England), April 1982.
Recorded at St. George’s Church, Chesterton, Cambridge, UK on 12th-16th October 2010, 14th-16th February 2011 and 21st November 2011.
The Six Suites for Violoncello performed on viola. 1999
Pieter Wispelwey (violoncello piccolo, anon. 18th century) / 1990 (Channel Classics)