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The expressive qualities of the cello and piano are explored in this recital.

The compositions on this album range from little-known miniatures to two of the most revered sonatas in the repertoire. From virtuosic flights of fancy to quiet reflection, they explore the gamut of expressive possibilities that the combination of cello and piano has to offer. Cellist Jameson Platte maintains an active career as a performer and teacher. He is principal cellist of The Orchestra of Northern New York, Chelsea Opera, and Bachanalia Virtuosi, among others. On the faculty at Skidmore, Platte works extensively as a clinician, guest conductor, and cello coach. Pianist/composer Matthew Quayle is on the faculty at NYU Abu Dhabi. He has performed widely as a solo pianist and chamber musician and he has received commissions from numerous orchestras and chamber ensembles. This is his second recording for Albany Records.
Emmanuel Chabrier, composer, arr. Matthew Quayle
Bourrée fantasque
Jameson Platte (cello); Matthew Quayle (piano)

Anton Webern, composer
Two Pieces
Jameson Platte (cello); Matthew Quayle (piano)

Matthew Quayle, composer
Jameson Platte (cello); Matthew Quayle (piano)

Tom Cipullo, composer
Entr'acte from the opera Glory Denied
Jameson Platte (cello); Matthew Quayle (piano)

Claude Debussy, composer
Sonate pour violoncelle et piano
Jameson Platte (cello); Matthew Quayle (piano)

Sergei Rachmaninoff, composer
Sonata for Piano and Cello in G minor, Op. 19
Jameson Platte (cello); Matthew Quayle (piano)

Review to come.
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