Paul Tortelier




When Saint-Saëns wanted to depict in music the stately progress of a swan, he called on the serene legato of the cello, the most dignified of all string instruments. In their playing, all cellists are able to produce this beautiful effect. But some of the greatest players are also able to communi


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