BASS SOUNDS: Evolved

by Emily Davidson (Baroque Cello)

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1.
Capricci no. 3 [Dall'Abaco]
2.
Capricci no. 7 [Dall'Abaco]
3.
Capricci no. 1 [Dall'Abaco]
4.
5.
Prélude - Suite no. 2 in D minor for Unaccompanied Cello [J.S. Bach]
6.
Allemande - Suite no. 2 in D minor for Unaccompanied Cello [J.S. Bach]
7.
Courante - Suite no. 2 in D minor for Unaccompanied Cello [J.S. Bach]
8.
Sarabande - Suite no. 2 in D minor for Unaccompanied Cello [J.S. Bach]
9.
Minuets - Suite no. 2 in D minor for Unaccompanied Cello [J.S. Bach]
10.
Gigue - Suite no. 2 in D minor for Unaccompanied Cello [J.S. Bach]
11.
Étude no. 33 [Dotzauer]
12.
Étude no. 55 [Dotzauer]

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After exploring 17th century pieces for unaccompanied cello in her first BASS SOUNDS album, Davidson discovers new repertoire in BASS SOUNDS: Evolved. In contrast to the darker, bass line writing of earlier works, 18th century pieces begin to shift in style and aesthetic. Capriccis by Dall'Abaco, written after Bach's suites, use a higher range and are written in a more melodic style with harmony. Dotzauer's études, or exercises for solo cello, showcase the cello as it transitioned into the classical period and out of the baroque. In the middle is Bach's Second Cello Suite in D minor, to give listeners a chance to hear this popular work in the context of similar repertoire.

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releases 31 July 2014

Performed and recorded by Emily Davidson
Mastered by Chris Davidson
CD design by Cindy LaBreacht

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Emily Davidson (Baroque Cello) Cambridge, Massachusetts

Emily Davidson, Baroque cellist, is a leading voice in the new generation of historical performance. Originally from New York, Emily currently lives, performs, and teaches in the Boston area. She has studied historical performance at festivals and academies nationwide, and appears regularly as a soloist and continuo player. ... more

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