Rossini On The Cello

Although Rossini died in 1869, he basically stopped composing in 1829, two years after the death of Beethoven and one year after the death of Schubert. Born in 1792, twenty years after the birth of Beethoven and five years before Schubert, we could consider Rossini as one of the last “Classical Period” composers and also as one of the first “Romantic Period” composers.

  1. Una Voce Poco Fa” (Aria from “The Barber of Seville”)
  2.    Duetto for Cello and Doublebass (arranged also for other string instrument duo combinations)