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Appendix to the Timelines:
Composers of cello concertos written after c.1850 which could not be dated

All are single works and unrecorded unless indicated

Thieriot (1836-1919) date unknown for third concerto
S.Lange (1840-1911) dates unknown for second and third concertos
D.Lange (1841-1918)
Hollman (1852-1926) date unknown for first concerto
A.Bouman (1854-1906) date unknown for second concerto
A.Mendelssohn (1855-1933) concerto was published posthumously in 1961
Bertelin (1872-1951)
Richter (1875-1950)
Harrison (1885-1963)
Trowell (1887-1966) dates unknown for concertos Nos.2-7
Joncker (1894-1964)
Flössner (1899-1972) (recorded in the 1950s)
Borris (1906-1987)
Wilder (1907-1980)
Walsworth (1909-1978) radio broadcast c.1960
Hristoskov (1917-2006) date unknown for second concerto
Mannino (1924-2005) date unknown for second concerto
Schwedeler (1925-2011)
Marschner (1926-2020)
Jeffreys (1927-2010) (lost)
Williamson (1929-2015)
Belaubre (1932-2017)
Böhme (1932-2008) dates unknown for two concertos
Kalloś (b.1935) date unknown for first concerto
Ball (b.1936) date unknown for second concerto
Tjeknavorian (b.1937) (recorded)
Iskandar (b.1938)
Berliner (b.1942)
A.Zhurbin (b.1945) (recorded)
Fountain (b.1949)
Khoury (b.1967)
Jandali (b.1972) dates unknown for two concertos
Jegede (b.1972)

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