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CELLO MUSIC FROM AUSTRIA-HUNGARY

Beethoven | Schnabel | Moór

Artist

Samuel Magill, Cello
Beth Levin, Piano


Label

Navona Records NV6024

Engineering Credits

Engineered, edited & mixed by Jeremy Tressler at Dreamflower Acoustic


Highlights / Reviews

Samuel Magill’s played is called “flat-out magnificent” (American Record Guide), with “sumptuous tone” (Strad Magazine) and “unimpeachable reading” (New York Times)

The regions of Austria and Hungary have a rich history of music, art, and culture, where composers such as Beethoven, Artur Schnabel, and Emanuel Moór, among many others, developed their craft and influenced the traditions of European art music. On his debut release on Navona Records, CELLO MUSIC FROM AUSTRIA-HUNGARY, cellist Sam Magill presents works by Beethoven, Schnabel, and Moór that not only expand the cello repertoire and illustrate the cellist’s virtuosity, technical aplomb, conviction, and expressiveness, but enrich our understanding of these composers, their music, and their heritage.