Cello Cinema

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Cello Cinema 1:06:38 $17.98
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# Track Title Length Format Sample Rate Price
1 I. Allegro 2:21 48/24 Album only
2 II. Valse lente 2:26 48/24 Album only
3 III. Presto 2:19 48/24 Album only
4 Night on Earth: Helsinki Mood (arr. for cello and piano) 4:17 48/24 Album only
5 I. Tempesta 2:41 48/24 Album only
6 II. Mord 2:35 $2.49 Buy
7 III. Monolog 3:11 48/24 Album only
8 Tanti anni prima (arr. for cello and piano) 5:10 48/24 Album only
9 Por una Cabeza (arr. for cello and piano) 2:15 48/24 Album only
10 La Wally, Act I: Ebben? Ne andro lontana (arr. for cello and piano) 3:48 48/24 Album only
11 Vuelvo al Sur 4:47 48/24 Album only
12 Regreso al amor 8:12 48/24 Album only
13 Vstrechniy (Counterplan), Op. 33: Andante (arr. for cello and piano) 2:23 48/24 Album only
15 Monolog 2:22 48/24 Album only
16 Pohadka (Fairy-tale), JW VII/5: III. Allegro 2:48 48/24 Album only
17 Misirlou (arr. for cello and piano) 3:08 $2.49 Buy
18 Modern Times: Smile (arr. for cello and piano) 3:16 $2.49 Buy
19 A King in New York: Now That Is Ended (arr. for cello and piano) 3:16 48/24 Album only
20 Cinema Paradiso: Thema - Infanzia e Maturita - L'amore (arr. for cello and piano) 5:23 $2.49 Buy

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℗ © 2012 Genuin Records

Film Music by N. Rota, T. Waits, B. Herrmann, A. Piazzolla, C. Gardel, A. Catalani, D. Shostakovich, L. Janácek, D. Dale, C. Chaplin and E. Morricone.

cello project:
Eckart Runge
, cello
Jacques Ammon, piano

Whatever the cello project does – Eckart Runge and Jacques Ammon carry us off into faraway worlds, enchanting and delighting us like the magicians of the Big Screen. After having us dance in the spirit of tango and then clink our glasses with Russian vodka, they are definitely delivering major cinema with their new GENUIN album. From Nino Rota to Bernard Herrmann, from Dmitri Shostakovich to Charlie Chaplin, even black-and-white films become colourful in their interpretation, and Technicolor scores acquire the selectivity of old silent-film roles. So get your ticket, buy some popcorn and take the plunge – into a cinematic paradise...