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Las aventuras de un violonchelo pdf Las aventuras de un violonchelo , ebook Las aventuras de un violonchelo , epub Las aventuras de un violonchelo , doc Las aventuras de un violonchelo , e-pub Las aventuras de un violonchelo , Las aventuras de un violonchelo 62e6b0ed3de This Is A Biography Of A Celebrated Stradivarius Cello And An Overview Of Cello Music And Musicians By World Famous Concert Cellist Carlos Prieto This Work Recounts The Adventurous Life Of His Beloved Cello Prieto, Tracing Its History Through Each Of Its Previous Owners From Stradivari In To The Author Himself

10 thoughts on “Las aventuras de un violonchelo

  1. says:

    Las aventuras de un violonchelo es un libro encantador, mezcla de cr nica de viajes e historia del instrumento y su repertorio Si fuera necesario juzgar el car cter de Carlos Prieto por el libro mismo, sin haber jam s escuchado ninguna de sus grabaciones o asistido a ninguna de sus presentaciones, ser a dif cil no considerarlo como todo un caballero de anta o y un hombre sumamente culto y sensible El libro en s est conformado por una historia de la lauder a y la fabricaci n de violoncehlos, seguida por la historia del Piatti, el violonchelo Stradivarius que ha acompa ado a Carlos Prieto en todas sus presentaciones desde finales de la d cada de 1970 A continuaci n, el autor hace un recuento amplio de sus presentaciones m s importantes, adem s de sus encuentros con otros m sicos y compositores Esto ltimo le permite hacer un recuento de las composiciones contempor neas para violonchelo, particularmente en el mbito iberoamericano, las cuales se ha dedicado a fomentar con gran pasi n El libro concluye con un breve recuento de las principales composiciones para violonchelo y los violonchelistas m s destacados de los ltimos siglos ste es un libro para enamorarse de un instrumento magn fico.

  2. says:

    It had interesting parts, but got into too much detail about his concert schedules.

  3. says:

    I loved this book and you don t have to be a cello enthusiast to enjoy reading it Some parts are a bit slow but the good stuff makes up for it Prieto has a personable writing style and obvious emotional attachment to his cello that is infectious He structures the story well his path to cello stardom is unusual and offers life lessons to people of all ages He draws the reader in early with the tension behind How did HE end up with a Strad cello The book is kind of a smorgasbord of music trivia commentary, including and engaging if informal overview of the great composers from the past to the present much better than the historical overview in The Cambridge Companion to the Cello Lastly, he is also of an age where his own life story is begins to offer a window into an era gone by Sr Prieto will be on your dream dinner party list after you read this Buy the book and pass it on

  4. says:

    El libro se divide en 3 partes La historia del Violonchelo Platti Anotaciones de Carlos Prieto de sus giras y conciertos La historia de la musica para violoncheloEs un libro que gustar a amantes de la m sica cl sica En partes se vuelve repetitivo al pr cticamente limitarse a listar ciudades, conciertos, orquestas, compositores, directores y celebridades mientras que otras son bastante interesantes, sobre todo al poder comparar la situaci n de China y Rusia en visitas en pocas separadas por cambios importantes.El CD que acompa a al disco es una buena muestra de la m sica de este instrumento.

  5. says:

    I m a passionate cellist and was hoping this would be a Red Violin for our instrument It wasn t While detailed and informative, it was as technical as a textbook dry and boring Most of the book details the professional career of the narrator, not the cello itself I skimmed through all the latter chapters, which is rare for me I think folks who are happily nerdy about instruments might really like it.

  6. says:

    Brilliant Includes CD of performances of essential cello repertoire Lame The protagonist cello is hundreds of years old, has been around the world, played by masters the story should have been compelling, at least to a cello fan But the narration was so boring I couldn t finish the book VERY rare for me.

  7. says:

    Interesting take on history with respect to one cello s march through it An informative yet far from dry take on the history of cello making in the first part, with a biography of a cello in the second Cool

  8. says:

    Some great anecdotes, but mostly just a catalogue of works the author commissioned and then a detailed concert schedulepretty boring except for short chapter on the actual cello.

  9. says:

    Interesting information about music, fun anecdots I found somethings not so interesting.

  10. says:

    Some fantastic moments, but much of the book is the adventures and career of a cellist rather then the adventures of a cello Enjoyable regardless.

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