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    Default Looking for some good String Bass and Cello music...

    Any suggestions? Just looking for some music (of any genre really) that incorporates some good String Bass or Cello parts.

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    For me

    Yo-YO Ma - Bach Suits or mstislav rostropovich Bach suits. Both are good.

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    paganini....itzach perlman (sp?) he's got him down pat

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    ^ plays violin...

    YoYo Ma is a no brainer for comtemporary cello works.

    +1 on Chris' Rostopovich rec. Often overlooked...
    Check out his Brahms' Cello Sonatas with Rudolf Serkin at the keyboards (Deutsche Grammophon 410 510-2)

    Also overlooked is Pablo Casals, probably the first, great, modern cellist.
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    Looks like this weekend I'm takin a trip to a CD shop.

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    http://www.brianbromberg.net/

    My personal favorite album - 'Wood'. Track 9, solo upright bass doing the Beatles 'Come Together'. NEAT stuff.
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    I'd pick up the Bach cello suites by Janos Starker....Mercury released it in hybrid SACD

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuSsMaN
    http://www.brianbromberg.net/

    My personal favorite album - 'Wood'. Track 9, solo upright bass doing the Beatles 'Come Together'. NEAT stuff.
    Awesome. Just sampled it on the website...He's got some really interesting tracks.
    Last edited by rnp614; 02-01-2006 at 04:28 PM.

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    yes, my mistake about perlman! :o

    anyway, the hottie that played cello on david gilmour's solo dvd :D i could just WATCH her play! anyway her name is: caroline dale. i think gilmour did a cut or two on her most recent release. gilmour's solo release, due in march will have her on it as well

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