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Alphabetical Listing of Composers of Cello Concertos
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Nasidze, Sulkhan (1927-1996) was a Georgian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1974.
Neikrug, Marc (b. 1946) is an American composer who is the son of cellists George Neikrug and Olga Zundel. His cello concerto from 2009 was first performed by Lynn Harrell in 2012.
Neruda, Franz Xaver (1843-1915) was a Danish cellist who wrote five concertos dating from 1884, 1887, 1887, 1882 and 1888 respectively (i.e. “No.4” may have been the first). All have been recorded by Beate Altenburg for cpo. No.2 has also been recorded by Erling Blöndal Bengtsson for Danacord and Morton Zeuthen for Classico.
Ness, Jon Řivind (b.1968) is a Norwegian composer who wrote a cello concerto called Wet Blubber Soup in 2002. This has been recorded by Řystein Birkeland for Simax.
Nicolau, Dimitri (1946-2008) was a Greek-born Italian composer who wrote a concerto for cello and chamber orchestra in 1990 which was first performed by Marcel Spinei.
Nilsson, Anders (b.1954) is a Swedish composer who wrote a cello concerto in 2019. The premiere can be heard on YouTube played by Amalie Stalheim.
Nishimura, Akira (b.1953) is a Japanese composer who wrote a cello concerto subtitled Into the lights of eternal chaos in 1990 which has been recorded by Walter Nothas for Camerata.
Nölck, August (1862-1928) was a German cellist who wrote two cello concertos. The first in D minor was published around 1905 and the second in A minor in 1912. The latter can be heard on YouTube played by Paul Desenne.
Nordal, Jón (b.1926) is an Icelandic composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1983 that has been recorded by Erling Blöndal Bengtsson for ITM.
Nordensten, Frank (b.1955) is a Norwegian composer who wrote a cello concerto which was published in 1996. It is designated No.1 on his website but there appears to be no second concerto yet.
Nordentoft, Anders (b.1957) is a Danish composer who wrote a cello concerto called Light Imprisoned in 1998 for Henrik Brendstrup who has recorded it for Dacapo.
Nordgren, Pehr Henrik (1944-2008) was a Finnish composer who wrote four cello concertos. The first from 1980 and third from 1992 have been recorded by Marko Ylönen for BIS and Alba respectively. The first has also been recorded by Erkki Rautio for Finlandia whilst the second (1984) and fourth (1994) appear to be unrecorded. Nordgren also wrote Hate-Love for cello and string orchestra in 1987 and this has been recorded by Marko Ylönen for Alba.
Nordheim, Arne (1931-2010) was a Norwegian composer who wrote a concerto for cello and chamber orchestra in 1982 called Tenebrae. This has been recorded by Truls Mřrk and Jakob Kullberg, both for Aurora, and Ellen Nisbeth for LAWO.
Nřrgĺrd, Per (b.1932) is a Danish composer who has written two cello concertos. No.1 is subtitled Between, dates from 1985 and has been recorded by Morten Zeuthen for Dacapo. No.2 is subtitled Momentum, dates from 2009 and has been recorded by Jakob Kullberg for Aurora.
Nřrholm, Ib (1931-2019) was a Danish composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1989 that has been recorded by Erling Blöndahl Bengtsson for Kontrapunkt.
Nosyrev, Mikhail (1924-1981) was a Russian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1973 that was recorded by Sergei Slovachevsky for Olympia.
Novák, Milan (b.1927) is a Slovakian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1978 that was recorded by Marek Novák on LP for Opus.
Nyman, Michael (b.1944) is an English minimalist composer who wrote a cello concerto called A New Pavan For These Sad, Distracted Times in 2007.
Obradović, Aleksandar (1927-2001) was a Serbian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1979 that was recorded by Yehuda Hanani on LP for RTB. He can also be heard playing it on on YouTube.
Očenáš, Andrej (1911-1995) was a Slovakian composer who wrote two cello concertos, the first in 1952 and the second in 1977.
Offenbach, Jacques (1819-1880) was a German-born French composer who wrote a Concerto Militaire in 1848 and a single movement concerto-rondo for cello and orchestra in 1851. Both have been recorded by Guido Schiefen for cpo. Ofra Harnoy has also recorded the concerto-rondo for Doremi.
Ohana, Maurice (1914-1992) was a French composer who wrote two cello concertos. No.1 is subtitled L'anneau de Tamarit, dates from 1976 and has been recorded by Alain Meunier for Erato and Anssi Karttunen for Timpani. No.2 is subtitled In Dark And Blue, dates from 1990 and has been recorded by Sonia Wieder-Atherton for Timpani.
Orthel, Léon (1905-1985) was a Dutch composer and pianist who wrote two cello concertos, the first dedicated Aan mijn Ouders (to my parents) in 1929 and the second in 1984.
Osborne, Nigel (b.1948) is a British composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1977.
Otaka, Hisatada (1911-1951) was a Japanese composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1943. This has been recorded by Ko Iwasaki for EMI.
Pablo, Luis de (b.1930) is a Spanish composer who wrote a cello concerto called Frondoso Misterio in 2002 that has been recorded by Asier Polo for Claves.
Paciorkiewicz, Tadeusz (1916-1998) was a Polish composer who wrote a concerto for cello and chamber ensemble in 1991.
Páleníček, Josef (1914-1991) was a Czech pianist and composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1973 that was recorded on LP by Saša Večtomov for Supraphon.
Paketūras, Vaclovas (1928-2018) was a Lithuanian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1966. This was recorded on LP by Michailas Šenderovas for Melodiya and has been issued on CD by the Lithuanian Musicians Union.
Panufnik, Andrzej (1914-1991) was a Polish composer who completed his cello concerto in 1991 only days before his death. It was first recorded a year later by Mstislav Rostropovich for NMC. The work has since been recorded by several other cellists including Andrzej Bauer for CD Accord, Raphael Wallfisch for cpo and Roman Jablonski for Dux.
Pärt, Arvo (b.1935) is an Estonian composer who wrote a brief three movement cello concerto subtitled Pro et contra and dedicated to Mstislav Rostropovich in 1966. Cellists who have recorded it include Frans Helmerson for BIS, Vadim Messerman for Manchester Classics and Truls Mřrk for Erato.
Pascal, Claude (1921-2017) was a French composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1959 that was recorded on LP by André Navarra and has been issued on CD by Forgotten Records.
Patterson, Paul (b.1947) is a British composer who wrote a cello concerto in 2002 that has been recorded by Raphael Wallfisch for Nimbus and Alice Neary for Dutton Epoch.
Paulson, Gustaf (1898-1966) was a Swedish composer who wrote two cello concertos, dating from 1944 and 1957.
Paxton, Stephen (1734-1787) was an English composer and cellist from the North-East. He wrote a cello concerto near the end of his life that has been recorded by Sebastian Comberti for Cello Classics.
Peck, Russell (1945-2009) was an American composer who wrote a concerto for cello quartet and orchestra called Voice of the Wood in 1999 which can be heard on YouTube.
Pekov, Michail (b.1941) is a Bulgarian composer who has written two cello concertos. The first dates from 1975 is for cello and chamber orchestra, the second dates from 1982 and has full orchestral accompaniment.
Pembaur, Josef Senior (1848-1923) was an Austrian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1910 that has been recorded by Tim Ströble for Musik Museum. This can be heard on YouTube.
Penderecki, Krzysztof (1933-2020) wrote two cello concertos, the first dating from 1972 and the second from 1982. The first was soon recorded by Siegfried Palm for EMI and has also been recorded by Jakob Spahn for Dux. The second was premiered and recorded by Mstislav Rostropovich for Erato, and has been recorded several times since, including by Tatjana Vassiljeva for Naxos and Astrig Siranossian for Claves. Penderecki also composed a Sonata for cello and orchestra (1964) for Siegfried Palm, a Concerto Grosso No. 1 for 3 cellos and orchestra (2000) and a Largo for cello and orchestra (2003) - these have been usefully brought together on a Naxos disc. Finally, Penderecki’s Viola Concerto from 1984 has been recorded on the cello by Rafał Kwiatkowski for Dux.
Pergament, Moses (1893-1977) was a Finnish-born Swedish composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1955. This can be heard on the Internet Archive played by Gaspar Cassadó.
Perkowski, Piotr (1901-1990) was a Polish composer who completed a cello concerto in 1974 that has been recorded by Roman Jabłonski for Polskie Radio.
Perle, George (1915-2009) was an American composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1966 that has been recorded by Jay Campbell for Bridge.
Perrin, Jean (1920-1989) was a Swiss composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1972 that has been recorded by for Alexandra Gutu for Claves and Emil Rovner for Divox.
Perroni, Giovanni (1688-1748) was an Italian cellist who wrote a cello concerto in 1712 which has been recorded by Michal Stahel for Pavlík.
Perry, William (b.1930) is an American polymath who served as Secretary of State for Defence when Bill Clinton was President. In 2007 he wrote a cello concerto subtitled Jamestown. This has been recorded for Naxos by Yehuda Hanani. MusicWeb reviewers Dan Morgan and Bob Briggs had rather different views on the work.
Petitgirard, Laurent (b.1950) is a French composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1994 and dedicated it to fellow composer Marcel Landowski. This has been recorded by Gary Hoffman for Naxos.
Petra-Basacopol, Carmen (b.1926) is a Romanian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1982 that has been recorded by Marin Cazacu for Electrecord.
Petridis, Petros (1892-1977) was a Greek composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1936.
Pfitzner, Hans (1869-1949) was a German composer who wrote three cello concertos: in A minor (1888), G (1935) and A minor (1943). They have all been recorded by David Geringas for cpo and Alban Gerhardt for Hyperion. Also a recording of the G Major concerto by Rohan de Saram has been issued by First Hand Records.
Piatti, Alfredo (1822-1901) was an Italian cellist who wrote two concertos, the first in 1874 and second in 1877. The first appears to be unrecorded but the second has been recorded by Josephine Knight for Dutton on a disc that also includes his concertino for cello and orchestra from 1862.
Picker, Tobias (b.1954) is an American composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1999 that has been recorded by Paul Watkins for Chandos.
Pijper, Willem (1894-1947) was a Dutch composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1936 (and revised it 1947) that has been recorded by Heinrich Schiff for NM.
Pimentel Ojeda, Edward Joshua (b.2002) has written two cello concertos in 2019 that can be found in the Petrucci Music Library.
Pipkov, Lubomir (1904-1974) was a Bulgarian composer (and son of the composer Panayot Pipkov) who completed a cello concerto in 1963 which was dedicated to Mstislav Rostropovich who can be heard playing it on YouTube. The work is also known as the Symphony-Concerto for cello and orchestra and it was recorded on LP by Ventsislav Nikolov for Balkanton.
Pizzetti, Ildebrando (1880-1968) was an Italian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1934 that has been recorded by Enrico Mainardi for Doremi and Silvia Chiesa for Sony.
Platel, Nicolas-Joseph (1777-1835) was a French cellist who published five cello concertos. Nos. 1 and 4 can be found in the Petrucci Music Library.
Platti, Giovanni Benedetto (1697-1763) was an Italian oboist and composer who wrote three cello concertos - in A, D minor and D. They have all been recorded by Stefano Veggetti for Brilliant Classics. Sol Gabetta has also recorded the D minor concerto for Sony.
Pleyel, Ignace Joseph (1757-1831) was an Austrian-born French composer who wrote five cello concertos, four of them in C major and one in D which have all been recorded by Péter Szabó for Hungaroton.
Plüss, Erich (b.1962) from the Musikschulen Zollikofen/Bremgarten in Bern, Switzerland wrote a cello concerto in 2015 that can be found in the Petrucci Music Library.
Podkovyrov, Petr (1910-1977) was a Byleorussian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1959.
Polyakov, Valeri (1913-1970) was a Russian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1960 that was recorded on LP by Yuri Krylov for Melodiya. This can be heard on YouTube.
Popper, David (1843-1913) was a Bohemian cellist who wrote four concertos, dating from 1861, 1880, 1888 and 1900. They have been recorded a few times and all four performed by Martin Rummel are currently available on a Naxos disc. The first three only have been recorded by Wen-Sinn Yang for cpo. Wikipedia also lists a fifth concerto In the Style of Haydn, presumably it is this work in the Petrucci Music Library, a recording by Rostropovich on YouTube is linked from that page.
Porpora, Nicola (1686-1768), a Neapolitan composer, wrote a cello concerto in G major which has been recorded several times including by Chiara Banchini for Zigzag and Adriano Fazio for Brilliant Classics. There is also an A minor concerto recorded by Lucia Swarts for Challenge Classics.
Poteat, Angelique is a clarinetist and contemporary composer who describes herself as a native of the Pacific Northwest. In 2019 she wrote a cello concerto which was premiered by Efe Baltacıgil in Seattle in November of that year.
Prokofiev, Gabriel (b.1975) is the British grandson of Serge. In 2012 he wrote a cello concerto which has been recorded by Boris Andrianov for Signum.
Prokofiev, Serge (1890-1953) wrote a cello concerto at the behest of Gregor Piatigorsky between 1932 and 1938 although it was first performed by Lev Berezovsky. A relatively unsuccessful and little known work, it was revised after the war and eventually became the symphony-concerto (see below). First recorded by János Starker with cuts, in recent years the original work has been recorded complete several times, including by Alexander Ivashkin, Alban Gerhardt and Steven Isserlis. In 1952 Prokofiev reworked the cello concerto into a symphony-concerto with the assistance of Mstislav Rostropovich who recorded it twice on Warner. It has been recorded by many other cellists over the years. Prokofiev also began a concertino for cello and orchestra but it was incomplete at the time of his death. This was arranged by Dmitry Kabalevsky and recorded by Mstislav Rostropovich on Warner. Vladimir Blok has also arranged the work and this has been recorded by Alexander Ivashkin for Chandos.
Przybylski, Dariusz (b.1984) is a Polish composer who wrote a cello concerto in 2013 that has been recorded by Magdalena Bojanowicz for Dux.
Pulkkis, Uljas (b.1975) is a Finnish composer who has written two concertos for cello and chamber ensemble. The first dates from 2000 and is called Madrigal. The second dates from 2012 is called Dragonfly and can heard on YouTube played by Ella van Poucke.
Raaff, Robin de (b.1968) is a Dutch composer who completed a cello concerto in 2013 that has been recorded by Marien van Staalen for Challenge Classics.
Rääts, Jaan (b.1932) is an Estonian composer who has written two concertos for cello and chamber orchestra dating from 1966 and 1997. He also wrote one for cello and full symphony orchestra in 1971 as his Op.43 and subsequently recomposed it in 1977 as Op.59. All appear to be unrecorded.
Raff, Joachim (1822-1882) was a Swiss composer of two cello concertos, No.1 dating from 1874 and No.2 from 1876. They have both been recorded by Daniel Müller-Schott for Tudor.
Räihälä, Osmo Tapio (b.1964) is a Finnish composer who wrote a cello concerto in 2006.
Rainier, Priaulx (1903-1988) was born in South Africa but lived most of her life in England. She wrote a cello concerto in 1964 that was premiered by Jacqueline du Pré at the Proms that year, a performance that has been issued on BBC Legends.
Ramovš, Primož (1921-1999) was a Slovenian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1974 that was recorded by Ciril Škerjanec for RTV Ljubljana.
Rands, Bernard (b.1934) is a British-American composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1996 that has been recorded by Thomas Moser for NMC.
Ranjbaran, Bezhad (b.1955) is of Persian origin but now based in the USA. He completed a cello concerto in 2000 that has been recorded by Paul Tobias for Albany.
Ratusińska-Zamuszko, Weronika (b.1977) is a Polish composer who wrote a cello concerto in 2008 that has been recorded by Tomasz Strahl for Dux.
Rauchenecker, Georg (1844-1906) was a German composer, conductor and violinist who wrote a cello concerto dedicated to Henri Son in 1904.
Rautavaara, Einojuhani (1928-2016) was a Finnish composer who wrote two cello concertos: No.1 in 1969 and No.2 subtitled Towards the Horizon in 2009. The first has been recorded by János Starker for SWR and Marko Ylönen for Ondine. The second has been recorded by Truls Mřrk also for Ondine.
Rawsthorne, Alan (1905-1971) was a British composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1965 that has been recorded by Alexander Baillie for Naxos.
Raykhelson, Igor (b.1961) is a Russian-born American pianist and composer who wrote a cello concerto in 2010 that has been recorded by Alexander Kniazev for Toccata.
Reicha, Josef (1752-1795) was a Czech cellist who composed at least eight cello concertos. His one in A major was first recorded by Emanuel Feuermann in the 1940s (and reissued on West Hill), and it since has been recorded by Raphael Wallfisch for Nimbus and Mikael Ericsson for Panton. The latter’s disc also includes a D major concerto. An F minor concerto has been recorded by Miloš Sádlo for Panton – this no longer seems to be available but can be heard on YouTube. Marek Jerie has recorded an E major concerto for Panton that can also be heard on YouTube. The rest are presumably unrecorded.
Reichenauer, Antonín (c.1694-1730) was a Bohemian composer who wrote two cello concertos that can be found the Petrucci Music Library. The D minor concerto has been recorded by Marek Stryncl on a baroque cello for Supraphon.
Reinecke, Carl (1824-1910) was a German composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1864 that has been recorded by Michael Samis for Delos.
Reiner, Karel (1910-1979) was a Czech composer who completed a cello concerto in 1943 that has been recorded by Sebastian Foron for Toccata.
Reise, Jay (b. 1950) is an American composer who wrote a concerto for cello and 13 instruments in 2000 that has been recorded by Ulrich Boeckheler for Cri.
Reizenstein, Franz (1911-1968) was a German-born British composer wrote a cello concerto in 1936 but revised it considerably before the 1951 premiere given by William Pleeth. It has been recorded by Raphael Wallfisch for cpo.
Rekašius, Antanas (1928-2003) was a Lithuanian composer who wrote a cello concerto called Diaphony in 1972 that was recorded on LP by Iminas Kučinskas for Melodiya. The work (possibly in that performance) can be heard on YouTube but the cellist is uncredited.
Remenkov, Stefan (1923-1988) was a Bulgarian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1964.
Richter, Paul (1875-1950) was a Romanian composer of German descent who wrote a cello concerto published as his Op.109.
Rídký, Jaroslav (1897-1956) was a Czech harpist, conductor and composer of two cello concertos. The first dates from 1930 and can be heard on YouTube played by František Smetana - it is unclear whether or not this is a commercial recording. The second dates from 1940 and has been recorded by František Smetana originally for Supraphon now on Forgotten Records.
Ridout, Alan (1934-1996) was a British composer who wrote three cello concertos. No. 1 is for cello, percussion and strings (1984), No. 2 for cello and wordless choir (1994), and No. 3 for cello and 8 cellos (1995) being subtitled The Prisoner. All have been recorded by Gérard Leclerc for Black Box.
Rietz, Julius (1812-1877) was a German cellist, conductor and friend of Mendelsohn who wrote a cello concerto in the 1830s that has been recorded by Klaus-Dieter Brandt for ARS.
Rihm, Wolfgang (b.1952) is a German composer who wrote a cello concerto in one movement in 2006 that has been recorded by Tanja Tetzlaff for Neon. He also wrote Styx und Lethe for cello and orchestra in 1998 and this has been recorded by Lucas Fels for Hänssler. An early work for the same forces - Monodram dating from 1983 was recorded on LP by Siegfried Palm for ORF.
Rivier, Jean (1896-1987) was a French composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1927.
Roberts, Hayden (b.2004) from Illinois wrote a cello concerto in 2019 that can be found in the Petrucci Music Library.
Robin, Yann (b.1974) is a French composer who wrote a cello concerto called Quarks in 2016. This can be seen and heard via the composer’s Facebook page played by Eric-Maria Couturier. In 2020 he wrote Quarks II.
Rodrigo, Joaquín (1901-1999) was a Spanish composer and pianist who was blind from the age of three and is best known for his guitar concerto (Concierto de Aranjuez). He composed two cello concertos, the first from 1949 being titled Concierto en modo galante was written for Gaspar Cassadó. In the early 1950s this was recorded by Grace Whitney (now available on Soundmark) and it since has been recorded by Robert Cohen for EMI (now Warner). The second concerto known as the Concierto como un divertimento dates from 1982 and has been recorded for Sony by Julian Lloyd Webber who gave the premiere in London. Both concertos are available paired on the same Naxos disc played by Asier Polo.
Romberg, Bernhard (1767-1841) was a German cellist who gave the first performances of Beethoven’s Op.5 cello sonatas. He wrote 10 cello concertos of which 9 can found in the Petrucci Music Library. The first from 1795 and fifth from 1808 have been recorded by Davit Melkonyan for cpo. Lionel Cottet has also recorded by second concerto for Sony. The rest appear to be unrecorded.
Romero Asenjo, Alfonso (b. 1957) is a Spanish composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1995 that has been recorded by Iagoba Fanlo in its original version with string orchestral accompaniment for Naxos. There is also a version for full orchestra. It was dedicated to Álvaro Pablo Campos and he can be heard playing it on YouTube.
Röntgen, Julius (1855-1932) was a German-Dutch composer who wrote three cello concertos: No.1 in 1893, No.2 in 1909 and No.3 in 1928. All have been recorded by Arturo Murazabal for Etcetera and Gregor Horsch for cpo.
Rorem, Ned (b.1923) is an American composer and diarist who wrote a cello concerto in 2002 that has been recorded by Wen-Sinn Yang for Naxos.
Rosenberg, Hilding (1892-1985) was a Swedish composer who wrote two concertos in 1939 and 1953. A radio broadcast of the first played by Ake Olofsson can be heard on YouTube. The second was recorded on LP by Ola Karlsson for Caprice and has appeared on a CD called The Swedish Cello.
Rosenvald, Helmut (1929-2020) was an Estonian composer who wrote a concerto for cello and chamber orchestra in 1970. His chamber symphony No.2 from 1979 is also for the same forces.
Rota, Nino (1911-1979) was an Italian composer best known for film music. He wrote two cello concertos, No.1 in 1972 and No.2 in 1973, Both have been recorded by Dmitri Yablonsky for Chandos, Friedrich Kleinhapl for ARS and Silvia Chiesa for Sony. Wikipedia also lists a cello concerto No. 0 from 1925 (when Rota was 14) which was premiered by Orfeo Mandozzi in 2005 but does not seem to have been recorded.
Rotaru, Doina (b.1951) is a Romanian composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1987 that was recorded on LP by Anca Vartolomei for Electrecord.
Rouse, Christopher (1949-2019) was an American composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1993 which has been recorded by Yo Yo Ma for Sony.
Routh, Francis (b.1927) is a British composer who wrote a cello concerto in 1973.
Rózsa, Miklós (1907-1995) was a Hungarian composer who wrote a concerto in 1968 which has been recorded by Raphael Wallfisch for ASV (now on Alto), Paul Watkins for Chandos and Lynn Harrell for Telarc.
Rubinstein, Anton (1829-1894) was a Russian pianist and composer who wrote two cello concertos, No.1 in 1864 and No. 2 in 1875. Both have been recorded by Werner Thomas-Mifune for Koch and were reissued on VMS. The first has been recorded by Alban Gerhardt for MDG.
Ruders, Poul (b.1949) is a Danish composer who has written two cello concertos. The first subtitled Polydrama dates from 1988 and was recorded by Morton Zeuthen for Unicorn Kanchana. The second Anima was completed in 1993 and has been recorded by Michaela Fukačová for Bridge.
Ryu, Jeajoon (b.1970) is a South Korean composer who wrote a cello concerto Lacrima in 2010 that has been recorded by Arto Noras for the RPO’s own label.


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