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  1. Cello Journey #29, Thais Meditation (Version 2)2008/06/07
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  2. Cello Journey #29, Thais Meditation2008/06/07
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  3. Cello Journey #28, Haydn Concerto in C, 1st Movement2008/01/20
    In this episode we play the cello concerto in C Major by Joseph Haydn.
    We decided to play it with organ since it sounds more like an orchestra
    and it makes a nice match. We are playing in a wonderful church called
    Mountainview United Church. We hope you enjoy it.

    For feedback you can e-mail cellojourney@gmail.com or visit the website cellojourney.com
  4. Cello Journey #27, Kol Nidrei (re-post)2008/01/11
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  5. Cello Journey #26, Faure Sicilienne2007/08/29
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  6. Cello Journey #25, Beethoven Variations2007/07/25
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  7. Cello Journey #24, Schumann Fantasiestucke No.12007/05/28
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  8. Cello Journey #23, April 18, 2007 Allemande from Suite No. 2 by Bach2007/04/23
    In this episode I play another dance by Johann Sebastian Bach. It is the Allemande from Suite No.2. What I like about this piece is how it flows along and how each phrase seems connected to another phrase. I hope you enjoy it.

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  9. Cello Journey #22, March 15, 2007, Allegro Appassionato2007/03/20
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  10. Cello Journey #21, Feb. 20, 2007, Prelude from Suite No.2 by Bach2007/02/23
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  11. Cello Journey #20, Jan. 9, 2007, Faure Apres un Reve2007/01/13
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  12. Cello Journey #19, Dec. 12, 2006, Bach Gigue2006/12/17
    In this episode I play the Gigue from the first suite by Johann Sebastian Bach. It is a lively dance that ends the suite and also completes the suite on Cello Journey. I hope you enjoy it.

    For feedback please e-mail cellojourney@gmail.com or leave comments.
  13. Cello Journey #18, November 21, 2006, Beethoven Sonata Part 22006/11/25
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  14. Cello Journey #17, Halloween Episode, Popper Gnomentanz2006/10/28
    This is a special
    Halloween episode of Cello Journey. Me and Ross play the Gnomentanz
    (Dance of The Gnomes) by David Popper. It is a somewhat menacing and
    spooky piece with a happy major section in the middle. Happy Halloween!

    For feedback please e-mail cellojourney@gmail.com or leave comments.
  15. Cello Journey #16, October 2, 2006, Bach Courante, iPod Edition2006/10/05
    In this
    episode I play a dance by Johann Sebastian Bach called a Courante.
    There is only one more dance after this and then the first suite of
    dances by Bach will be complete on Cello Journey. I hope you enjoy it.

    For feedback please e-mail cellojourney@gmail.com or leave comments.
  16. Cello Journey #16, October 2, 2006, Bach Courante2006/10/05
    In this
    episode I play a dance by Johann Sebastian Bach called a Courante.
    There is only one more dance after this and then the first suite of
    dances by Bach will be complete on Cello Journey. I hope you enjoy it.

    For feedback please e-mail cellojourney@gmail.com or leave comments.
  17. Cello Journey #15, September 6, 2006, Beethoven Sonata, iPod Edition2006/09/09

    In this
    episode we play the first half of Sonata No. 4 by Ludwig van Beethoven.
    First there is a tender slower section and then a lively faster section.

    For feedback please e-mail cellojourney@gmail.com or leave comments.

  18. Cello Journey #15, September 6, 2006, Beethoven Sonata2006/09/09

    In this
    episode we play the first half of Sonata No. 4 by Ludwig van Beethoven.
    First there is a tender slower section and then a lively faster section.

    For feedback please e-mail cellojourney@gmail.com or leave comments.

  19. Cello Journey #14, August 21, 2006, Papillon (Butterfly) by Gabriel Faure, iPod Edition2006/08/24
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  20. Cello Journey #14, August 21, 2006, Papillon (Butterfly) by Gabriel Faure2006/08/24
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  21. Cello Journey #13, August 14, 2006, The Swan, iPod Special Edition2006/08/15
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  22. Cello Journey #13, August 14, 2006, The Swan, Special Edition2006/08/15
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  23. Cello Journey #13, July 31, 2006, The Swan, iPod Edition2006/08/02
    In this episode we play a famous
    piece by the French composer Camille Saint-Saens called The Swan. It is
    a part of the Carnival of The Animals which is an orchestral suite but
    this is a section where the cello represents a swan and the
    accompaniment represents the rippling waters that the swan glides upon.
  24. Cello Journey #12, July 15, 2006, Popper Hungarian Rhapsody, iPod Edition2006/07/20

    The music for this episode is the Hungarian Rhapsody by David Popper. It contains a number of Hungarian melodies and songs.

    The video is a bit out of sync with the audio towards the end. I will fix this and upload a corrected version.

    For feedback please e-mail cellojourney@gmail.com
  25. Cello Journey #11, July 3, 2006, Faure Elegy, iPod Edition2006/07/05
    In this episode we play a piece by
    the French composer Gabriel Faure. It is the Elegy. This piece is quite
    well known among cellists and audiences and I received quite a few
    requests for it. We thought we would play it. Both the cello and piano
    have very nice parts in this piece.
  26. Cello Journey #11, July 3, 2006, Faure Elegy2006/07/05
    In this episode we play a piece by
    the French composer Gabriel Faure. It is the Elegy. This piece is quite
    well known among cellists and audiences and I received quite a few
    requests for it. We thought we would play it. Both the cello and piano
    have very nice parts in this piece.
  27. Cello Journey #10, June 16, 20062006/06/19
    The music for this episode is
    Village Song by David Popper. It has nice melodies and an innocent
    quality about it. Happy Father's Day to any dads that might be watching.
  28. Cello Journey #10, June 16, 2006, iPod Edition2006/06/19
    The music for this episode is
    Village Song by David Popper. It has nice melodies and an innocent
    quality about it. Happy Father's Day to any dads that might be watching.
  29. Cello Journey #9, June 3, 2006, iPod Edition2006/06/04
    In this episode I am joined by a
    good friend and pianist Ross Inglis. The piece is Vocalise by Sergei
    Rachmaninov. It is originally for voice and piano and it is a song
    without words.
  30. Cello Journey #9, June 3, 20062006/06/04
    In this episode I am joined by a
    good friend and pianist Ross Inglis. The piece is Vocalise by Sergei
    Rachmaninov. It is originally for voice and piano and it is a song
    without words.
  31. Cello Journey #8, May 20, 2006, iPod Edition2006/05/21
    Since recently it was Mother's Day
    I thought I would play something related to this. It is a piece by
    David Popper called "Once Upon More Beautiful Days: In Memory of My
    Parents". I would like to dedicate it to all mothers that might be
    watching.
  32. Cello Journey #8, May 20, 20062006/05/21
    Since recently it was Mother's Day
    I thought I would play something related to this. It is a piece by
    David Popper called "Once Upon More Beautiful Days: In Memory of My
    Parents". I would like to dedicate it to all mothers that might be
    watching.
  33. Cello Journey #7, May 7, 2006, iPod Edition2006/05/08
    In this episode I play another piece by David Popper. It is called a Tarantella. This type of dance comes from southern Italy. It is danced by couples and I think it is still played at some weddings to this day. It is fairly energetic, upbeat and I hope it gives you a bit of energy too. I recorded the comments separately because I found it hard to concentrate right after talking.

  34. Cello Journey #7, May 7, 20062006/05/08
    In this episode I play another piece by David Popper. It is called a Tarantella. This type of dance comes from southern Italy. It is danced by couples and I think it is still played at some weddings to this day. It is fairly energetic, upbeat and I hope it gives you a bit of energy too. I recorded the comments separately because I found it hard to concentrate right after talking.

  35. Cello Journey #6, April 24, 2006, iPod Edition2006/05/02
    The music for this episode is a dance written by David Popper. He
    lived about one hundred years ago and he was fairly well known at the
    time. He travelled and performed on the cello and also wrote lots of
    cello music. He must have been a very hardworking person. I think
    this music is a bit lighter and more fun. It is a dance called a
    Gavotte.
  36. Cello Journey #5, April 13, 2006, iPod Edition2006/05/02
    There are some holidays coming up so I thought I would play something
    more reflective and thoughtful. This is a dance called an Allamande,
    also by Bach. I always think of it as being a bit shy at the beginning
    and more outgoing towards the end.
    Please e-mail feedback to cellojourney@gmail.com
  37. Cello Journey #4, April 7, 2006, iPod Edition2006/05/02
    In this episode I play a slower dance also by Bach. It is called a
    Sarabande. You can try to imagine someone dancing to it if you like.
    Please keep the feedback and comments coming.

    website: cellojourney.com
    e-mail: cellojourney@gmail

  38. Cello Journey #3, April 1, 2006, iPod Edition2006/05/02
    This episode I play something dance-like and folk-like. It is also
    written by Bach. I will probably play more Bach in the future since he
    wrote so much good music for solo cello. The feedback has been really
    encouraging and I look forward to more. Thank you for watching.
  39. Cello Journey #2, March 28, 2006, iPod Edition2006/05/02
    The music in this episode is The Swan by Camille Saint-Saens. It is
    more singing in quality. This piece is normally played with a piano.
    Maybe in some future episodes I will bring other musicians onto the
    show to play with me. Please stay tuned.
  40. Cello Journey #1, March 27, 2006, iPod Edition2006/05/02
    In the first episode I play some Bach and introduce the video podcast.
    For now I just want to play for people. In the future there may be some
    slight changes with the format. Please visit cellojourney.com or send
    me feedback via e-mail to cellojourney@gmail.com
  41. Cello Journey #6, April 24, 20062006/04/25
    The music for this episode is a dance written by David Popper. He
    lived about one hundred years ago and he was fairly well known at the
    time. He travelled and performed on the cello and also wrote lots of
    cello music. He must have been a very hardworking person. I think
    this music is a bit lighter and more fun. It is a dance called a
    Gavotte.
  42. Cello Journey #5, April 13, 20062006/04/15
    There are some holidays coming up so I thought I would play something more reflective and thoughtful. This is a dance called an Allamande, also by Bach. I always think of it as being a bit shy at the beginning and more outgoing towards the end.
    Please e-mail feedback to cellojourney@gmail.com
  43. Cello Journey #4, April 7, 20062006/04/08
    In this episode I play a slower dance also by Bach. It is called a
    Sarabande. You can try to imagine someone dancing to it if you like.
    Please keep the feedback and comments coming.

    website: cellojourney.com
    e-mail: cellojourney@gmail
  44. Cello Journey #3, April 1, 20062006/04/02
    This episode I play something dance-like and folk-like. It is also written by Bach. I will probably play more Bach in the future since he wrote so much good music for solo cello. The feedback has been really encouraging and I look forward to more. Thank you for watching.
  45. Cello Journey #2, March 28, 20062006/03/30
    The music in this episode is The Swan by Camille Saint-Saens. It is more singing in quality. This piece is normally played with a piano. Maybe in some future episodes I will bring other musicians onto the show to play with me. Please stay tuned.
  46. Cello Journey #1, March 27, 20062006/03/30
    In the first episode I play some Bach and introduce the video podcast. For now I just want to play for people. In the future there may be some slight changes with the format. Please visit cellojourney.com or send me feedback via e-mail to cellojourney@gmail.com
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