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INSPIRATION – Sheku Kanneh-Mason

INSPIRATION – Sheku Kanneh-Mason

The album includes the Shostakovich Cello Concerto No.1, the piece he performed in the final. It reflects his musical taste and his inspirations. It includes a broad range of range of music from Bob Marley, Jacqueline du Pre to Shostakovich includes new arrangements including his own – Bob Marley arrangement.

Decca 4832948 @ £12.50 + P&P or free P&P with your first order

GramophoneThe playing here, disarmingly gentle yet tonally seductive, has a songful use of vibrato that recalls the expressive manners of Pierre Fournier and du Pré herself…A most rewarding CD then, sure evidence that we should henceforth be on the lookout for any performances, recorded or live, that involve Sheku Kanneh-Mason.”

The Times The images shout urban cool, although there’s nothing cool or gritty about the sounds produced from his Amati cello of 1610. They’re always heartfelt, often as yielding as softened butter, and they shine out of every track…even at the start of his career, nothing masks the authority or technical finesse of his playing…Above all, Kanneh-Mason’s playing radiates love of life, commitment and hope.”

Full Track listing:
Evening of Roses (Erev Shel Shoshanim)Yosef Hadar, trans. Sheku Kanneh-Mason, arr. Tom Hodge
Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Cello), CBSO Cellos
The Swan (Le Cygne)C. Saint-Saëns, arr. Tom Hodge, Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Cello), CBSO Cellos
Song of the Birds (El cant dels ocells)Trad, arr. Pablo Casals, Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Cello), CBSO Cellos
Nocturne – The Gadfly, Suite op. 97a Dmitri Shostakovich, arr. Levon Atovmyan
Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Cello), Mirga Gražinyte-Tyla (Conductor), CBSO
Dmitri Shostakovich: Cello Concerto No. 1 in Eb Major, Opus 107
Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Cello), Mirga Gražinyte-Tyla (Conductor), CBSO
 (Les Larmes de Jacqueline), Op. 76, no. 2
Jacques Offenbach, arr. Thomas Mifune Werner Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Cello), Mirga Gražinyte-Tyla (Conductor), CBSO
Sardana Pablo Casals Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Cello), Guy Johnston (Cello), CBSO Cellos
No Woman, No Cry Bob Marley, arr. Sheku Kanneh-Mason
Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Cello)
Hallelujah Leonard Cohen, arr. Tom Hodge
Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Cello), Didier Osindero (Violin), Alinka Rowe (Viola), Yong Jun Lee (Cello)

Sheku Kanneh-Mason is the young cellist who came into the spotlight when he won the BBC Young Musician award 2016 with the Shostakovich ‘Cello Concerto No 1’.
He was the first black winner of this prestigious award where previous winners include Nicola Benedetti.
He his Nottingham-born, and very proud of his hometown. In Sep 2017 he donated £3k of his own money to his local school to fund the music programme.
He’s 1 of 7 children, all of whom play a musical instrument. He first came to public attention when they appeared on ITV’s Britains Got Talent.

Decca 4832948 @ £12.50 – free P&P with your 1st order.


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