Trowell, Arnold

Arnold Trowell was a composer, a cellist, and a pedagogue. From 1907 to his death in 1966, he was regarded as an excellent and popular musician in England. After studying cello in Frankfurt and Brussels from 1903, Trowell traveled to England where he started teaching and performing in 1906. He composed seven concertos, three sonatas, four symphonic poems, and other compositions.

Cello Compositions of Arnold Trowell | Animato Strings


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