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Works for Solo Cello - Download: CD - Physical Copy
  • Works for Solo Cello - Download: CD - Physical Copy

Works for Solo Cello - Download: CD - Physical Copy

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Debut CD for cellist Douglas Harvey on the Amatius Classics Label. Works by Bach, Ligeti, Britten, and Isang Yun.

Physical pressed CD in highest quality + a zip file of the album in mp3 for immediate download.

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Works For Solo Cello, Vol. 2: CD - Physical Copy
  • Works For Solo Cello, Vol. 2: CD - Physical Copy

Works For Solo Cello, Vol. 2: CD - Physical Copy

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This is the second solo CD from cellist Douglas Harvey. Featured on the album is the Suite No. 2 in d minor by J.S. Bach, the Partita No. 2 in d minor - originally for solo violin - by J.S. Bach (including the famous Bach Chaconne), and the rarely heard Chromatic Fantasy in E by Ross Lee Finney.

The CD package includes a full color 6 fold insert -

This is the second solo CD from cellist Douglas Harvey. Featured on the album is the Suite No. 2 in d minor by J.S. Bach, the Partita No. 2 in d minor - originally for solo violin - by J.S. Bach (including the famous Bach Chaconne), and the rarely heard Chromatic Fantasy in E by Ross Lee Finney.

The CD package includes a full color 6 fold insert - including album notes, and a biography with photographs, scans, and artwork by Douglas Harvey.

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Conspirare: The Singing Guitar

The Singing guitar

Conspirare

CRAIG HELLA JOHNSON 

Los Angeles Guitar Quartet

Texas Guitar Quartet

Austin Guitar Quartet

Douglas Harvey, Cello

Works by Reena Esmail, Nico Muhly, Kile Smith, Craig Hella Johnson

 

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[Harvey] brought rich tone, beautiful vibrato, assertive and sensitive phrasing...”

— Mike Greenberg- San Antonio Express News

Douglas Harvey's cellistic qualities embody the virtuosity of the greats with imagination and warm passion.”

— Paul Olefsky

His playing of the Cello Sonata was technically assured and interpretatively unassuming. The combination was perfect...”

— Charles Ward - Houston Chronicle

Harvey's tone projected richly, while the romantic gestures were carefully controlled and phrased, meshing perfectly with the composer's sensibilities.”

— Duncan Goodrich - Austin-American Statesman

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