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TO 0145

Percy Sherwood - Complete Works for Cello & Piano

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Joseph Spooner

- (cello)

David Owen Norris

- (piano)

Venue:

Turner Sims Concert Hall

6-8 Jan 2012

Producer:

Matthew Dilley



Engineer:

Richard Bland



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Cello


Piano

Total Time - 80:22
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  Complete Works for Cello and Piano  
   
 

PERCY SHERWOOD

 

Cello Sonata No.1, Op.10

 
1 I Allegro moderato 11:07
2 II Adagio 10:41
3 III Finale: Presto 6:41
   
 

Drei Stücke, Op.14

 
4 No.1 Legende: Andante 6:00
5 No.2 Intermezzo: Allegretto, teneramente 1:19
6 No.3 Saltarello: Presto 3:49
   
 

Cello Sonata No.2, Op.15

 
7 I Allegro vivace 11:16
8 II Legende: Andante semplice ed espressivo 3:16
9 III Minuetto: Allegretto grazioso 4:01
10 IV Finale: Allegro molto 8:07
   
 

5 kleine Stücke für Cello und Pianoforte

 
11 No.1 Molto moderato 3:13
12 No.2 Menuett: Grazioso, non troppo allegro 1:58
13 No.3 Adagio 4:05
14 No.4 Andante 2:06
15 No.5 Serenade: Andantino 2:43
   


The Anglo-German composer Percy Sherwood, born in 1866, seems to have slipped through the cracks of history, although he has an impressive output of orchestral, chamber, choral and instrumental music to his credit. He was once an important figure in his native Dresden, where he owned an imposing villa, but after moving to Britain at the beginning of the First World War he faded from view and by the time of his death in London in 1939 his music was as good as forgotten. This first album in a series of Sherwood recordings is the first-ever dedicated to his music and reveals a major lost Romantic, with a style that is both lyrical and passionate.

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