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Luigi Boccherini – Musica Amorosa by Babette Kaiserkern

The life and works of composer and cellist Luigi Boccherini are explored in this comprehensive new biography. He was highly regarded throughout Europe during his lifetime and the author of around 500 compositions, including symphonies, chamber music and vocal works as well as sonatas and concertos for the cello. Written by Babette Kaiserkern; Foreword by Steven Isserlis; Translated by Rhona Brose.

Listening through the lens by Christopher Nupen (with sampler DVD)

The official autobiography from BAFTA award-winning film maker, Christopher Nupen, director of The Trout - one of the most watched classical music films. Foreword by Vladimir Ashkenazy Read the review, The Strad, January 2020

My Viola and I by Lionel Tertis

My Viola and I explores the history of the viola and music making during the late nineteenth century and early

Violin & Viola by Yehudi Menuhin and William Primrose

Yehudi Menuhin was indisputably one of the finest violinists of all time, with a technique that was the envy of

Cello by William Pleeth

Foreword by Jacqueline du Pré

Valentin Berlinsky – A Quartet for Life by Maria Matalaev

The compiled memoirs of Valentin Berlinsky, cellist with the Borodin Quartet for more than six decades. Foreword by Steven Isserlis   Read the review, The Strad, June 2019