Though we're clear of winter, Charles Jacot has sought fit to leave us with a little reminder of what many of us experience in the months between December and March via the Debussy prelude Footsteps in the Snow for cello quartet.
French cellist and editor Roland Pidoux brings Ravel's masterpiece Le Tombeau de Couperin to the cello octet in his lastest arrangement.
Danish-German conductor-cellist Hans Erik Deckert has demonstrated an affinity in the past for older works of the Renaissance and early Baroque. His most recent work has produced a series of four chorale arrangements for cello ensemble from some of the most prolific composers of the age: Palestrina, Ockeghem, Praetorius, and Purcell.
We are excited to announce the release of a new arrangement for cello ensemble by German-born cellist Carsten Jaspert, who has chosen the fantastic Chopin Etude in E-flat Minor to bring to cello quartet.
Gerhard Roither, the man who published his own works for the 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic, sits down with us in an exclusive interview in which he discusses some of his arrangements. At the same time, Mr. Roither has released another new score with Ovation Press: Schumann's Romanze for 12 celli
Hans Erik Deckert explores the Italian style in this release for cello ensemble, having arranged Gastoldi's A lieta vita for cello quintet.
OvationPress: Recap of our new #cello scores released over the last couple months! t.co/SAk9R6zt5j
OvationPress: DEADLINE - MAY 1st: Classical music festival aims to draw musicians all over the world to Southern France t.co/hWLK3tqBBZ
OvationPress: Our latest arrangement - #Chopin Etude arranged for #Cello Quartet t.co/I0zXlvMyRK
OvationPress: @sciolinoartists Thanks for the RT!
OvationPress: The final article in our professional series "What Classical Musicians Lack" has been posted - t.co/omUDBVlamf
OvationPress: Carter Brey to perform the #Bach complete #CelloSuites this week with the @nyphil t.co/X63UVTpGJx