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Julius Klengel

(1859 – 1933)


A son of a lawyer, Julius Klengel studied cello with his father, amateur musician and later with Emil Hegar, a former student of Grutzmacher and Davidov. At 15, Klengel joined the Gewandhaus Orchestra, and at 22 assumed the position of principal cellist. The same year time Klengel became a professor of the Leipzig Conservatory. Klengel often performed in Russia, and was the first cellist to perform the Haydn D Major Concerto there. Klengel had a close relationship with Brahms, Rubinstein, Reger and wrote a great number of fine compositions. Klengel’s students were the most celebrated cellists:  Feurermann, Suggia, Grummer, Piatigorsky and Pleeth.


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Andante Sostenuto, Op. 51
Concert Piece, Op. 10
Scherzo, Op. 6


Caprice in the Form of Chaconne, Op. 43


Concertino No. 1, Op. 7
Concertino No. 2, Op. 41
Concertino No. 3, Op. 46


Technical Studies, Volume 1: Part 1
Technical Studies, Volume 1: Part 2
Technical Studies, Volume 1: Part 3
Technical Studies, Volume 2

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