The 19th century is a century in which as a both solo and ensemble instrument cello is included in many works. In this century, solo cello works gradually increased and cello became increasingly popular. The composers wrote many works for the cello, which were performed by the cellists in large concert halls with piano and orchestra. The Dresden School, also known as the Cello School, has trained many cellists and their success has made them well known. This study was conducted to aim for the musical life of G. Suggia and B. Harrison, one of the first female violinists who graduated from the Dresden School in the cello literature. The musical life of two female cellists and their contributions to cello performance were examined and discussed from a historical perspective. The recognition of these two female cellists who have succeeded in transferring the musical teachings of the 19th century to the 20th century is an important for cello education and performance in Turkey. In this research was found that Suggia’s recorded which written by 24 composers’ 35 pieces for violoncello and Harrison’s recorded which written by 9 composers’ 12 violoncello works.
20th Century, music, violoncello, Beatrice Harrison, Guilhermina Suggia
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