From the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada

Music for cello and piano by Fernand de la Tombelle
Nadine Deleury, Mary Siciliano

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This recording is a world premiere of Fernand de la Tombelle's cello sonata and a short and lovely piece "Andante Expressivo". Fernand de la Tombelle (1854-1928) was a French composer who studied the organ with Alexandre Guilmant and composition with Théodore Dubois and Camille Saint-Saëns. Besides these two pieces he wrote quite a few chamber music pieces such as a violin sonata, a piano trio and a piano quartet, a string quartet, a suite for three cellos... Please visit: for the biography of the composer. Cellist Nadine Deleury is currently principal of the Michigan Opera Theatre orchestra. She studied at the Paris Conservatory under André Navarra and at Yale University with Aldo Parisot. She has recorded the music of Henri Dallier, Louis Vierne, Ignatz Waghalter, Pierre de Bréville, Paul Paray and Jacques de la Presle. Mary Siciliano received her Master of Music from the University of Michigan where she was awarded the Joseph Brinkman Scolarship for excellence in performance. Teachers include Rebecca Frohman, David Renner, Marian Owen and Eugene Bossart. She has recorded the sonatas of Ignatz Waghalter, Jacques de la Presle and Pierre de Bréville. She was honored as "Teacher of the Year" by the Michigan Music Teachers Association and teaches at Oakland University (Michigan).

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1. Listen Sonate: Allegro 7:29
2. Listen Sonate: Lentement 5:45
3. Listen Sonate: Allegro vivace 7:55
4. Listen Andante Expressivo 4:07
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Album Details

Genres: Classical, Chamber Music

Released August 2010