Sergei Rachmaninov - Cello Sonata in G minor

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    - Composer: Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff (1 April 1873 -- 28 March 1943)
    - Performers: Natalia Gutman (cello), Elisso Virsaladze (piano)
    - Year of recording: 2006
    Cello Sonata in G minor Op. 19, written in 1901.
    00:00 - I. Lento -- Allegro moderato (G minor)
    12:50 - II. Allegro scherzando (C minor)
    19:03 - III. Andante (E flat major)
    25:19 - IV. Allegro mosso (G major)
    Rachmaninov disliked calling this work a cello sonata because he thought the two instruments were equal. Because of this, it is often referred to as Sonata in G minor for Cello and Piano. Most of the themes are introduced by the piano, while they are embellished and expanded in the cello's part. The piece has a remarkable similarity with regard to thematic material and figurations, to his 1st Piano Sonata.
    Rachmaninov dedicated it to Anatoliy Brandukov, who gave the first performance in Moscow with the composer at the piano, on 2 December 1901. Rachmaninov seems to have made some last-minute alterations after the premiere, as he wrote the date "12 December 1901" on the score.
    The sonata was overshadowed by the huge success of his Piano Concerto No. 2, which premiered on 27 October 1901. Nonetheless, the Sonata is considered one of the most important works for cello in the 20th century. In this sonata he clearly explores the possibilities of the cello. The complex piano part is remarkable, because it has by no means the character of a simple piano accompaniment. Still, the contribution of the cello and the piano are actually expertly balanced and generally well alternated, though sometimes the emphasis seems to lie at the piano, especially if the pianist plays too loud. Perhaps this is the cause of the sonata being somewhat underperformed, cellists may fear to be 'overwhelmed' by the piano part.

manetmonetimp
manetmonetimp

Until this performance never heard of the cellist Natalia Gutman. She's not a young musician. But her recording from 15 years ago at the age of 64 is simply amazing.similar feeling i have for her pianist. Years ago_before youtube_ i listened to few recordings from libraries and finally decided to include a version by Mischa Maisky in my itunes ipod . This version is surprisingly a better one . And Maisky is a giant in my books.

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Tim Ward
Tim Ward

First time hearing this. Beautiful. Classic Rachmaninoff piano figurations and gorgeous melodies in the cello.

Vor 2 Monate
nap lau
nap lau

rach adagio/andante is the best

Vor 2 Monate
조준희
조준희

piano sonata, adding cello.

Vor 2 Monate
Ed J.L
Ed J.L

What I'm gonna do without you, olla-vogala?

Vor 3 Monate
Vlad
Vlad

0:05

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ValseMusic
ValseMusic

I went to the comments thinking "please let there be comments about how the cello takes back seat to the piano so I know I'm not the only one thinking that." I was not disappointed.

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Strøm
Strøm

22:34

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Strøm
Strøm

26:37

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Dardo Andrés Arbiza
Dardo Andrés Arbiza

I don't understand... "Rachmaninov disliked calling this work a cello sonata because he thought the two instruments were equal. Because of this, it is often referred to as Sonata in G minor for Cello and Piano." You wrote that in the description and even though titled the video: "Sergei Rachmaninov - CELLO SONATA in G minor"

Vor 5 Monate
Isaac Graham
Isaac Graham

It IS a cello sonata, by definition... the point is that it is sometimes referred to as a sonata for 'cello and piano' as per Rachnaninoff's preferences. Usually though, a sonata written for cello and piano is simply called a 'Cello sonata'. As a pianist... yeah I can't help but think that is a little bit unfair...

Vor 3 Monate
roomforlove
roomforlove

I dont know why but I don't like the sound of this cellist. She is obviously talented but her sound is a bit cold to me.

Vor 5 Monate
Mathieu Laprise
Mathieu Laprise

31:48 - Feliz Navidad 33:40 - The Simpsons haha

Vor 5 Monate
HeroOfSpam
HeroOfSpam

Debussy's Cello sonata and this one are my favourites!

Vor 5 Monate
Benjamin Hundley
Benjamin Hundley

First listen and I love it. What but Rachmaninoff?!?! Ahh perfection!!!

Vor 5 Monate
Anonymous Chinchilla
Anonymous Chinchilla

I wouldn't call this G Minor

Vor 5 Monate
Vaclav Miller
Vaclav Miller

SO many glorious melodies in this piece: the second subject of mvt1, the second part of the A section of the scherzo and its trio, the whole slow movement and the 'big tune' B section of the finale. My favourite cello sonata by a mile.

Vor 6 Monate
수련
수련

19:05

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zxqw dott
zxqw dott

0:07

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베러
베러

thankyou~~!!

Vor 6 Monate
Jason Xue
Jason Xue

“Dude he wrote a cello sonata but not a violin sonata.” -Eddy Chen 2020

Vor 7 Monate
HeroOfSpam
HeroOfSpam

Twosetters comment section!!!

Vor 5 Monate
Jason Xue
Jason Xue

Twoset sight-reading cello music

Vor 7 Monate
Daniel Rui
Daniel Rui

Which video?

Vor 7 Monate
Gérard Begni
Gérard Begni

I always had a surprising feeling. In that sonata by Rachmaninov, we can find a lot of Chopin's "morbidezza", whilst Chopin's own sonanta is lighter.

Vor 7 Monate
IZ
IZ

19:00

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Stephen D
Stephen D

14:45 - 16:30 Wow this section is so painfully gorgeous. The cello has this simple yet elegant melody played over beautiful arpeggios and ornaments on the piano, and they occasionally hit a note in unison. I'm flooded with feelings of heartbreak, nostalgia, warmth, and happiness all at once. It reminds me of his piano concerto; I'm not sure which one, perhaps multiple. I can't find the words to describe it, but Rachmaninoff was something else.

Vor 7 Monate
Great Offaris
Great Offaris

@Coleton T. It’s cool I thought I was the only one ;) Did you like this map ?

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Coleton T.
Coleton T.

@Great Offaris lol, that’s where I came from also

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Great Offaris
Great Offaris

It reminds me the ark society.

Vor Monat
123eldest
123eldest

It's great isn't it? iirc the movement is about a carriage being chased by a beast in the forest and the softer sections are the mother singing lullabies to sooth her children. Very beautiful.

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josepp inés
josepp inés

me trying to sight read this without my cello: rachmaninoff calm down with changing the clefs so much 👁👄👁

Vor 7 Monate
ROMUALDO MATEOS RAMOS
ROMUALDO MATEOS RAMOS

Ciertamente, la conjunción entre ambos intérpretes es proverbial; resulta difícil conseguir ese acoplamiento total entre el cello y el piano dada la dificultad de la ejecución. De ese prodigioso ajuste brota la belleza y la fuerza de esta pieza, que alcanza su clímax en el movimiento final. Arte compositivo total el de Rachmaninov en esta sonata.

Vor 7 Monate
Babesy
Babesy

The Andante is one of the most moving songs ever created.

Vor 8 Monate
Dan G
Dan G

16:07 Dies Irae

Vor 8 Monate
Aram Khachaturian
Aram Khachaturian

This feels like such raw and unfiltered emotion that can only be carried through music.

Vor 8 Monate
[Insert Clever Name Here]
[Insert Clever Name Here]

Leave it to Rachmaninoff to write such a piano part for a cello sonata. It does elevate this work to something more impressive than a lot of sonatas though, so I wouldn't have it any other way.

Vor 8 Monate
Tucag Wathiel
Tucag Wathiel

Because it's not a cello sonata. It's a piano AND cello sonata. That said, this wouldn't be Rachmaninoff if the piano part wasn't a major part of the music. 😌

Vor 8 Monate
ataitif itiataf
ataitif itiataf

Where is the cello?... All difficulty is PIANO :)

Vor 8 Monate
David Stedeford
David Stedeford

The Andante must be one of the loveliest pieces in all of music -heart melting

Vor 9 Monate
vitalin111
vitalin111

Master premium, the very best

Vor 9 Monate
Ricardo da Mata
Ricardo da Mata

There are many notes but there is not structure. This is not a sonata.

Vor 9 Monate
Myro Van Loon
Myro Van Loon

@Ricardo da Mata ok buddy stop trolling, it's not funny

Vor 2 Monate
Ricardo da Mata
Ricardo da Mata

@Myro Van Loon LOL shut up, amateur!

Vor 2 Monate
Myro Van Loon
Myro Van Loon

@Ricardo da Mata ok sorry I won't, but why won't you anwer the question properly? I have asked you like 3 times already? You're just wasting our time. Btw you seem a Haydn fan if that is the music you call 'real'. To me music is just a sound that makes me happy, if that sound is Liszt's b minor sonata, that is to me real music.

Vor 2 Monate
Ricardo da Mata
Ricardo da Mata

@Myro Van Loon Dear amateur, I am not a fan of anybody, I am a critic and an art theorist. ;) P.S. Don't be so ridiculous!

Vor 2 Monate
Myro Van Loon
Myro Van Loon

@Ricardo da Mata ok it's not because you're a Haydn fan you should talk nonsense about other music. You remind me of a diehard Czerny fanboy who would always go around and say some dumb stuff about other composers in the comment section. It's not my fault Rachmaninoff or Debussy whatever is more popular than Haydn, you just have to accept it and not insult others for their taste because you can't handle the fact they enjoy music by a composer you dislike. By the end of the day, everyone has an opinion, you shouldn't disrespect it. I personally am not that big of a Haydn lover (my favourites are Bach and Ravel) but that doesn't mean I am going to discredit his music. Grow up, and tell me what's wrong with the two sonatas I mentioned.

Vor 2 Monate
A.K.
A.K.

That third movement may as well be called suicide watch....

Vor 9 Monate
Chun_Jao
Chun_Jao

23:32

Vor 9 Monate
Alberto Segovia
Alberto Segovia

Finally, one interpretation where they don't rush the Andante... or not as much. I even prefer this at 0.75x play speed. I dislike speed-obsessed practice where the music loses its identity and cannot breathe.

Vor 10 Monate
Slugivan REBIRTH
Slugivan REBIRTH

12:50

Vor 10 Monate
alberlos
alberlos

The fourth movement reminds me a lot of the last movement of his second symphony. Same mood, same triplets, same evocative melodies

Vor 11 Monate
PianistJay
PianistJay

It is very very well played, don't get me wrong. I could not do it at this very interesting tempo myself. But I find that too many times, the cello is a little flat, but even more seriously not in synch with the piano. It is hearable in the second movement. This changes the harmonies completely, making it sound like the cello part is an appoggiatura most of the time every time the "lyrical theme" comes on. But hey, it it beautifully played and all of this might also be interpretation choices. Just my opinion.

Vor 11 Monate
Mister RIGHT
Mister RIGHT

Indeed it's sounds like Rachmaninov was on his way by train visiting his good cello player friend A. BRANDUKOV and suddenly realized it was his friend's birthday.... Luckily he had this fresh piano sonata in his suitcase, a working pen and was still 30 minutes away from destination

Vor 11 Monate
Authentic Bastard
Authentic Bastard

lmao

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Francisco Cunha
Francisco Cunha

Hahahahaha love what you’re implying

Vor 8 Monate
David Eisenberg
David Eisenberg

I have tried a lot of Rachmaninov and I just don't get it. I have to wonder if it is my lack of musical training as it seems to me he is more popular with those who have it. I'm not suggesting he wasn't very talented and I know many people love him. I try to get it, but when I read the comments below, I just can't feel the same way.

Vor 11 Monate
Tucag Wathiel
Tucag Wathiel

Some people just don't connect to a composer and there's no shame in that. Rachmaninoff's music is some pretty heavy stuff after all. It could also be what you're trying to listen to, too. I'd recommend trying some of his lighter piano solos. The elegie, for example, is not so much an epic piano sonata or concerto, but is more 'user friendly' to listen to and is quite beautiful.

Vor 8 Monate
Graham Palmer
Graham Palmer

Sonatas for piano and violin I’m off to Vienna to rehearse four programmes of Mozart’s music which violinist Erich Höbarth and I are playing this season in Perth Concert Hall, Scotland’s newest concert hall (our first concert is on November 11). We’re tackling twelve of Mozart’s sonatas for piano and violin. Piano and violin, I hear you say? Isn’t it ‘violin and piano’? Well, not according to Mozart who called them ‘sonatas for piano and violin’. In his letters, he mentions playing the piano parts himself ‘with the accompaniment of a violin’. That was how they were perceived until the nineteenth century and the age of the celebrity violinist, when things flipped around. These works, and many others like them, started to be listed as ‘violin sonatas’, and the piano part was suddenly ‘the accompaniment’. Even today the violinist is often the one with their photo on the record cover, the one whose name is in bigger font in the programme, or the only one whose name is mentioned at the end of the radio broadcast. Why does this matter? It matters because the re-labelling tricks people into perceiving things falsely. They expect the violin part to be the leading voice, when in fact the meat of the musical narrative is in the piano part. If you approach these works expecting the violin part to be pre-eminent, you experience a kind of cognitive dissonance as you listen: often the violin is doing something quite modest, and you sense that the piano part is full of interest and information, but you don’t understand why such prominent material should be relegated to ‘the accompaniment’. The answer is that it isn’t an accompaniment. If you switch to hearing the music as piano with violin, everything falls into place. Of course you still need an excellent violinist, and perhaps even more importantly, an excellent musician, both of which I’m fortunate to have. With more historical awareness, and with the intervention of a few strong-minded pianists, things are beginning to move back to Mozart’s original concept of ‘sonatas for piano with violin’. If you look up all the available recordings on Spotify, you’ll find about half of the duo sonatas advertised with the pianist’s name first, the other half with the violinist’s name first. This shows the confusion around the topic. It’s clearly a situation in transition, but at least there is movement. Liked this post? Subscribe to the RSS feed for more of the same!

Vor 11 Monate
Ljiljana Stanić
Ljiljana Stanić

Amazing,fantastic cello,fantastic piano💙💜💙💜💙💜👏👏👏👏!!

Vor year
Knight ZR0
Knight ZR0

i would've thought music school would've gotten me to know this piece before something like hitman 2. but no regrets, it's an amazing piece either way

Vor year
Knight ZR0
Knight ZR0

Mr. Fish same. it’s an amazing piece

Vor 10 Monate
Mr. Fish
Mr. Fish

I just hang around in the Isle of Sgail courtyard listening to this.

Vor 10 Monate
Mazarbul1
Mazarbul1

Awesome performance!! Thanks a lot for sharing olla-vogala ^^

Vor year
Don Arca
Don Arca

Rach said that this sonata is for cello and piano, meaning that both instruments have equal roles.

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Marta Mariotto
Marta Mariotto

This sonata makes me feel like i'm actually FLYING, I can never tire of it, such a sublime experience. Thanks for uploading this version, it's magnificent

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ggbjhijgghj
ggbjhijgghj

the melody of the first movement is so amazing i dont know why

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E S
E S

No song can capture the sadness of the 20th Century like this one.

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David Stedeford
David Stedeford

Song? It's a cello sonata and no-one's singing!

Vor 9 Monate
Hugo Kubarth
Hugo Kubarth

1st mouvement sounds like being played by only one artist wirh 4 hands; rarely heard anything so harmonious

Vor year
Antonis Vovousa
Antonis Vovousa

No 1

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herr brucvald
herr brucvald

The composer should have orchestrated this into a cello concerto.

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goldenagepianist
goldenagepianist

Did anyone feel that the movie Prometheus stole the last movement’s motive theme?

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Dominic Jarecki
Dominic Jarecki

The beginning of the Andante sounds just like the quiet middle section from Rachmaninoff's E'tude op. 39 no. 5; definitely takes it in a much different (more hopeful) direction here than in the E'tude.

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Negan
Negan

10:05 - 10:45 enough to make me cry

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Endergreek
Endergreek

26:37 Felix Navida- Oh wait...

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Critical Hippo
Critical Hippo

Can you not go FIVE BARS WITHOUT MAKING THE PIANIST PLAY A 10TH!!???

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Tucag Wathiel
Tucag Wathiel

Rachmaninoff? NEVER! 😝

Vor 8 Monate
Graham Palmer
Graham Palmer

You need to open up your hands and extend the range of intervals doing stretching gymnastic exercises for the fingers. If you want to play this repertoire including Scriabin,Franck,Henselt, Liszt,Anton Rubinstein etc. it’s one missing part of a pianist technical education. Stretching is essential gymnastic skill you must master. Otherwise you might want to steer clear of this repertoire. Alicia Delerocha had small hands but worked fervently to extend her reach and succeeded. It’s hard methodical work but can be achieved.

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Jessica Kespohl
Jessica Kespohl

End of 2nd movement so beautiful, too ..

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Harry Pope
Harry Pope

23:42

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Richard Cleveland
Richard Cleveland

Some passages in the allegro scherzando remind me of Schubert's "Erl King."

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Gustav Madsen
Gustav Madsen

when i heard that passage i was like, wait ive heard this before. Then i saw this comment and realized what it reminded me of

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Richard Cleveland
Richard Cleveland

P.S. Wonderful explication of the work.

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Richard Cleveland
Richard Cleveland

For years I thought Rachmaninoff was boring . . . until I began hearing his work on the radio (as you can imagine, it was mainly the big pieces, like the symphonies and concerti), at which point my ears opened up and I could enjoy his compositions. I really like cello-piano works, and this one is terrific. Thank you for posting it.

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보나 BONA
보나 BONA

3:15-3:25 kind of reminds me of rach's 2nd concerto.

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김보나
김보나

to my accompanist........ i'm sorry.

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Hiram Castro Escritor
Hiram Castro Escritor

I love Beethoven and Wagner. But Rachmaninov is out of this world. He mixes passion and wisdom in his works.

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Hiram Castro Escritor
Hiram Castro Escritor

Amazing work

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Davide Garamella
Davide Garamella

pianist: his fingers bleed after playing this piece cellist: playing lovable melodies quietly people: It's so beautiful this CELLO sonata pianist: am I a joke to you?

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YorCh PiG
YorCh PiG

Same with Griegs cello sonata in a minor lmao

Vor 4 Monate
Jayden Fung
Jayden Fung

Sam Moore Agreed. (And I play neither cello nor piano—I’m a violinist!) Besides, I’m not going to call someone lesser because they died earlier than someone else. Quality over quantity, in which case everything in the piece is important, regardless of role.

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Susmongus Pog
Susmongus Pog

Noah Ha Is Y

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Sudhir Chopde
Sudhir Chopde

E-G-O

Vor 8 Monate
emilianoturazzi
emilianoturazzi

@Sam Moore it's a simple fact but it seems too difficult to understand :)

Vor 8 Monate
Simon Yakimov
Simon Yakimov

1:19 - this also appears in his 3rd piano concerto.

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Christian Vennemann
Christian Vennemann

So does 27:31.

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Mr. Wick
Mr. Wick

this fits while you try to kill two girls and kidnap Constant

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Johansson Cisneros
Johansson Cisneros

WHAT IF... Allegro scherzando in Cm were ideas he had for the piano concerto 2 but at the end he saved them for this cello sonata? :o

Vor year
Graham Palmer
Graham Palmer

Not cello sonata but sonata for Pianoforte and violoncello. Note the order of the instruments with the piano placed first in the title followed by the cello. It’s a duo sonata with the piano part being of central importance. The piano part is highly virtuosic. Not meant to be mistakenly construed as an accompaniment.

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Poggers champ
Poggers champ

Isle of Sgàil

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Gabriel Irazabal
Gabriel Irazabal

This is a piano sonata accompanied by a cello

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D Unterriker
D Unterriker

Graham Palmer I think this mislabeling stems from people not wanting to say “Rachmaninov Sonata for Cello and Piano in G” because in a regular conversation, that’s quite a mouthful. But if you just say “Rachmaninov Cello Sonata” people know what you’re talking about. And saying “Rachmaninov Piano Sonata” won’t really work because he wrote multiple piano sonatas. And to my knowledge, he only wrote one for cello and piano.

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Graham Palmer
Graham Palmer

The title of the composition is clear. What are people not understanding when the composer clearly states in the title of his composition Sonata for Pianoforte and violoncello. Note the order of the instruments. The same can be said of Beethoven’s sonatas and variations for the combination of instruments and the Mozart sonatas for Pianoforte and violin where Mozart asserts Sonatas for Pianoforte with accompaniment of a violin or flute. People still insist on ignorantly calling them violin sonatas which they are not.

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아비스Abyss
아비스Abyss

Thank you for the upload!!

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Christian Vennemann
Christian Vennemann

26:37 Feliz Navidad.

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murzag
murzag

I can't unhear this lmao

Vor year
Christian Vennemann
Christian Vennemann

@Richard Red Yup. It looks like José Feliciano owes Rachmaninoff's descendants some royalties. :P

Vor year
Richard Red
Richard Red

so it was written by Rachmaninoff all along...

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Mrmacmcsnack HadaGoodSnackPack
Mrmacmcsnack HadaGoodSnackPack

When the piano accompaniment is harder than the solo...

Vor year
Graham Palmer
Graham Palmer

It’s not an accompaniment. The title of the piece is Sonata for Pianoforte and violoncello. The is Piano is very much in the starring role. Cello part is not a solo part. It’s a duo sonata much like those of Beethoven’s or BRAHMS. Note the order of the instruments on the title page with the piano first followed by the cello. It’s a genre of sonata known as the accompanied piano sonata. Basically chamber music for the piano with other instruments.

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Antony de Angelo
Antony de Angelo

The piano is NOT an accompanying instrument here. It is integral in every way.

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daphnis03
daphnis03

Exactly.

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Fire_man317
Fire_man317

12:50 (For those on mobile)

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Benjamin Marks
Benjamin Marks

Second mvt sounds like Schubert Erlkönig in the motifs sometimes

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underzog
underzog

This was composed at the same time as his 2nd Concerto alongsiide Rachmaninoff''s suite for two pianos and his famous Prelude in G minor. Rachmaninoff's best work came out of this era and this piano and cello sonata demonstrates that.

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IskalkaQuest2010
IskalkaQuest2010

Interesting observation.

Vor 5 Monate
Norma Alicia Sosa
Norma Alicia Sosa

Hermosa!! Música angelical, música de Dios! Bellísima

Vor year
Ashutosh Jangle
Ashutosh Jangle

The andante is sublime.

Vor year
snowcarriage Cheng, Cheng-hung
snowcarriage Cheng, Cheng-hung

Thanks for uploading!

Vor year
Third Temple
Third Temple

Ay who just came from the Ark Society meeting??

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Mr. Wick
Mr. Wick

me, saw some of members dying mysterious

Vor year
Seth
Seth

First time I heard this pice was on the isle of sgaìl

Vor year
Seth
Seth

@Third Temple why yes, a very emetic flavor indeed

Vor year
Third Temple
Third Temple

How was the champagne? Did yours also taste slightly of rat poison?

Vor year
Jessica Kespohl
Jessica Kespohl

Rachmaninov's works are so incredibly beautiful, beyond words, masterpieces.

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Jorge Vergara Estévez
Jorge Vergara Estévez

Muchas gracias por haber subido esta bella obra que combina la expresividad con la fluidez melódica de su autor. Podría decirse que es un elegante autor romático cntemporáneo.

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Rozie Piano피아니스트 이여경
Rozie Piano피아니스트 이여경

cello is so bad :( don't like piano too. too rough

Vor year
Piano Man
Piano Man

Do the right and left hands in the piano part sound out of sync with each other?

Vor 2 years
Davide Garamella
Davide Garamella

Pure ecstasy, only Rachmaninov makes me feel like that!

Vor 2 years
Antonis Vovousa
Antonis Vovousa

Αρχηγος ο Sergei

Vor 2 years
Dennis Fleitz
Dennis Fleitz

Which movement is the best?

Vor 2 years
JAMES O'BRIEN
JAMES O'BRIEN

4

Vor 4 Monate
Musical_Lolu
Musical_Lolu

4, then 3, then 1, and then 2.

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Dennis Fleitz
Dennis Fleitz

A Meme thanks (:

Vor 2 years
Mr. Meme
Mr. Meme

4th

Vor 2 years
Robert Cohn
Robert Cohn

A mesmerizing performance. The skill and artistry of Gutman and Virsaladze are exceptional in this complex and powerful piece. We forget that such beauty exists in the world. And then we are reminded...

Vor 2 years
Александар Тозо Матовић
Александар Тозо Матовић

Дивно.

Vor 2 years
도토오리
도토오리

라흐마니노프.. 그는 신인가? 라흐마니노프.. 그는 신인가? 라흐마니노프.. 그는 신인가?

Vor 2 years
coso2
coso2

12:51 Isle of Sgàil :) Sometimes good games give the opportunity to listen wonderful music

Vor 2 years
Coleton T.
Coleton T.

Exactly what I was thinking

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Third Temple
Third Temple

You've just come from the party too? Say, did you also see an intimidating bald man who was in a hurry?

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crumplepoint
crumplepoint

That was quite a party wasnt it.

Vor 2 years
Enzo Lebold
Enzo Lebold

Holy shit the audio quality

Vor 2 years
Alex Dany
Alex Dany

Vor 2 years
Robby Baine
Robby Baine

Youtube - why the hell do I keep getting ads for extreme right-wing media all the time?! Especially with videos of cello sonatas?! Those two things don't go together.

Vor 2 years
Nick Christensen
Nick Christensen

SAME! I'm like, bruh

Vor year
Phils Phindings
Phils Phindings

Try playing country and Wagner and see if it helps.

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Mari Christian
Mari Christian

Cello music and right wing ads certainly don't go together!

Vor 2 years
Mustafa
Mustafa

And I thought I was the only one . I used to get simply piano ads on these videos but now it's just political ones.

Vor 2 years
MartínSQ
MartínSQ

Enormous hands he should have

Vor 2 years
A Y
A Y

That theme at 24:26...absolutely gorgeous. This is the best version of this sonata, for both the cello and piano part, I've heard on youtube. Yuja Wang comes in a distinct second.

Vor 2 years
Justin Ohara
Justin Ohara

19:03 just a personal note

Vor 2 years

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