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Catalin Rotaru on the double bass

Catalin Rotaru at Arizona State University has some great online recordings (MP3) of himself playing some excellent double bass showpieces. Click on any of the links below–they will take you to Catalin’s recordings. Catalin previously taught at the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point. I teach at the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater, one of the other satellite University of Wisconsin campuses.

Catalin is a great guy and an awesome player. Check out his playing below–it is definitely worth it.

  1. Giovanni Bottesini – Variations on “Carnival of Venice” (excerpt)

  2. Pablo de Sarasate – Zigeunerweisen (excerpt, originally for violin)

  3. Johannes Brahms – Sonata no. 1 in E minor for cello and piano (excerpt from the 1st movement)

    Catalin Rotaru: Double bass

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September 7, 2006 - Posted by | double bass, Education, Music

4 Comments »

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  2. hola maestro he visto sus magnificas ejecuciones por internet y relmente me encantaria poder ver calses con ud seri de gran crecimiento para mi gracias

    Comment by hector augusto diaz neira | December 27, 2009 | Reply

  3. hola maestro he visto sus magnificas ejecuciones y realmente me gustaria poder tener la oprtunidad de ver clases con ud seria de gran crecimiento para mi

    Comment by hector augusto diaz neira | December 27, 2009 | Reply

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