This disc repackages tracks of a romantic mood from a variety of Yo-Yo Ma discs released over the course of his strong-selling album career. A few of them (track 2, for example) come from recordings of straight-ahead classical repertory, and there are several new tracks, but most are taken from the cellist's fabulously successful series of crossover recordings, including Obrigado Brazil, Appalachia Waltz, and his collection of music by Italian film composer Ennio Morricone. These have all been innovative attempts to communicate with a wide audience, and it is a bit disconcerting to see Ma backing off from such innovation with this relatively conventional package of excerpts. There is, however, nothing whatsoever wrong with what.
Yo-Yo Ma – Appassionato. Executive-Producer – Cristin Bagnall, Yo-Yo Ma. Photography By – Stephen Danelian. Photography By – Michael O'Neill (6).
14. Allegro Maestoso Ma Appasionato. Composed By – Zoltán Kodály. Yo-Yo Ma. Solo (SACD, Album).
Yo-Yo Ma: Appassionato Yo-Yo Ma. Classical. Allegretto Poco Mosso. By César Franck - Yo-Yo Ma & Kathryn Stott. 3. Three Preludes: II. Andante Con Moto e Poco Rubato. Yo-Yo Ma & Jeffrey Kahane.
The album also represents the entire span of Yo-Yo's recording career, beginning with his first recordings for the label (Saint-Saens' The Swan) and culminating with three new tracks recorded this past fall especially for the collection. the most admired and beloved classical artist of his generation, cellist Yo-Yo Ma delivers an album of romance and passion, featuring some of.
The Goat Rodeo Sessions is a 2011 collaborative album by Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer and Chris Thile. The album won the 2013 Grammy Award for Best Folk Album and the Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. Meyer previously collaborated with Ma on Appalachia Waltz and Appalachian Journey, and with Thile on Edgar Meyer and Chris Thile. In 2008, Meyer and Thile played on Ma's Songs of Joy and Peace and the three discussed a future collaboration.
This disc repackages tracks of a romantic mood from a variety of Yo-Yo Ma discs released over the course of his strong-selling album career.
It diverges from most of the others, however, in its collaborative aspect: the music's original creator, Morricone, had as much to do with this album as did Ma and his creative team. Morricone's career in film music began during the era of the spaghetti Western in the 1960s and has flourished ever since, on both sides of the Atlantic
Yo-Yo Ma: Appassionato. Yo-Yo Ma & John Williams. Your browser does not support the audio element. Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano: IV.