Duport, 21 etudes for cello book II (Nos. 14-21)

    Duport, 21 etudes for cello book II (Nos. 14-21)

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    This is Book 2 of Duport’s 21 etudes series, edited and fingered by Leo Schulz. It follows Book 1 and comprises episodes 14-21, designed to improve finger agility and bowing techniques of intermediate to advanced cellists. 

    Jean-Louis Duport, a renowned cellist, published “21 Etudes for Violoncello” in 1806, which became the fundamental reference point for cello teaching. The exercises have artistic value and are highly challenging. This recording is played with original instruments and historical bows, following precise philological criteria. It is a must-listen for cello enthusiasts and anyone interested in Classical era France.

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    Duport, 21 etudes for cello book II (Nos. 14-21)

    This is the second book in a two-part series of Duport’s 21 etudes. It has been fingered and edited by Leo Schulz. The first book contains episodes 1-13, while the second book includes episodes 14-21.

    The modern method of cello playing only dates back to the last third of the 18th century. Although the great Italian masters had developed the art of the violin before the end of the 17th century, Frenchman Jean-Louis Duport brought order and system into the cello-playing method. These etudes continue Book 1 and are designed to improve finger agility and bowing technique for intermediate to advanced cellists.

    This edition of Duport’s Etudes has been edited and fingered by Leo Schulz for ease of use.

    Jean-Louis Duport, a renowned cellist and composer, published “Essai sur le doigté du violoncelle et sur la conduite de l’archet” in 1806, which became the fundamental reference point for cello teaching. The treatise includes the “21 Etudes for Violoncello,” highly challenging exercises with artistic value. This recording follows precise philological criteria, and the Etudes are played with original instruments and historical bows. They are required to listen to cello students and anyone interested in Classical era France.

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