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1. Richard Wagner Tristan und Isolde - Prelude to Act I
Franz Schubert Three songs from Schwanengesang D957
2. Liebesbotschaft
3. Staendchen
4. Aufenthalt
5. Franz Liszt La Lugubre Gondola, S.200 no.2
6. Henryk Wieniawski Scherzo-Tarantelle, Op. 16
7. Felix Mendelssohn Ave Maria Op. 23 No.2
8. J.S Bach Prelude No.11 in F major from the Well-Tempered Clavier (Book 2)
9. Samuel Barber Adagio Op. 11
10. Giovanni Sollima Violincelles, Vibrez!

London based cello octet, Cellophony, have carved a reputation as accomplished exponents of not only the standard cello ensemble repertoire, but also a diverse array of specially commissioned arrangements and adaptations.

Their vibrant, sonorous and exhilarating sound has seen them win fans from all over the globe with acclaimed performances on the festival scene across Europe, combined with tours to Switzerland and Korea.

As Finalists of the Royal Overseas League chamber music competition and Park Lane Group Young Artists, Cellophony have received universal critical acclaim for performances at some of the UK’s most prestigious venues including the Southbank Centre’s Purcell Room and the world famous Wigmore Hall.

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released February 10, 2014

All arrangements by Richard Birchall

Recorded by Matt Robertson at Assault and Battery Studios, London on 19th and 20th January 2013.
Mixed by August Wanngren in Copenhagen, Denmark in May 2013.
Mastered by Peter Beckmann in London in July 2013.

Artwork photography by Joel Garthwaite
Produced by Dave Stapleton

An Edition Classics Production

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