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The strength and richness of Estonian classical music has it's origins in two contrasting schools - the international outlook taught by Heino Eller in Tartu and the craftsmanship fostered by Artur Kapp in Tallinn. This album presents Eller's complete output for cello and piano in it's first recording, complemented by works by two of his more important students, Eduard Oja and Eduard Tubin. Villem Reimann and Herman Kand, both students of Kapp, had very different careers, Reimann an established professor in Soviet Estonia, and Kand dying unknown in American exile at only 46. This is the first recording of any of his music.
The strength and richness of Estonian classical music has it's origins in two contrasting schools - the international outlook taught by Heino Eller in Tartu and the craftsmanship fostered by Artur Kapp in Tallinn. This album presents Eller's complete output for cello and piano in it's first recording, complemented by works by two of his more important students, Eduard Oja and Eduard Tubin. Villem Reimann and Herman Kand, both students of Kapp, had very different careers, Reimann an established professor in Soviet Estonia, and Kand dying unknown in American exile at only 46. This is the first recording of any of his music.
5060640070332
Eller / Kand / Lassmann - Estonian Cello

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Format: CD
Label: TOCCATA
Rel. Date: 09/20/2024
UPC: 5060640070332

Estonian Cello
Artist: Eller / Kand / Lassmann
Format: CD
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The strength and richness of Estonian classical music has it's origins in two contrasting schools - the international outlook taught by Heino Eller in Tartu and the craftsmanship fostered by Artur Kapp in Tallinn. This album presents Eller's complete output for cello and piano in it's first recording, complemented by works by two of his more important students, Eduard Oja and Eduard Tubin. Villem Reimann and Herman Kand, both students of Kapp, had very different careers, Reimann an established professor in Soviet Estonia, and Kand dying unknown in American exile at only 46. This is the first recording of any of his music.
        
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