Gaspar Cassadˇ (1897-1966)

foto gaspar cassadˇHe was given a scholarship by the city of Barcelona to go to Paris and study cello with Pau Casals there. He also studied composition with Manuel de Falla and Maurice Ravel. At the end of World War I, Cassado started touring internationally, and became a world famous cellist. He played under most of the leading conductors of his time, including such greats as Furtwangler, Beecham and Weingartner. Cassado loved Italy, and settled in Florence, where he lived for over thirty years. He was a good composer, and his pieces are still played today, in particular his Requiebros, and his Concerto in D Minor, which he dedicated to Casals.

  • Soloist & Orchestra

  • Nocturnes Portuguais (Cello & 2.2.EH.2.2/3.2.2.0./Perc.Harp/Str.)(c.)(in rev.)
    score  (pdf score-manuscript pag.1)