All Leonard Rose articles
Leonard Rose was principal cellist of the Cleveland Orchestra and New York Philharmonic, and a professor at the Juilliard School and Curtis Institute. His velvety tone was the result of complete mastery of the bow arm - Oskar Falta shares some of his bowing theories
Intended to be played as a seamless integrated whole, with an equality between the cellist and the orchestra, rather than as a concertante piece, Bloch’s Hebraic rhapsody Schelomo has been recorded by many cellists in numerous ways – and it seems that there is something special about almost all ...
Violinist Isaac Stern, cellist Leonard Rose and pianist Eugene Istomin perform the first movement of Brahms's Piano Trio no.2. Read about the legacy of renowned American cello pedagogue Leonard Rose in The Strad's April 2015 issue, out now. Subscribe to The Strad or ...