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In he premiered and became the dedicatee of a Sonata Duo for cello and piano, Op.
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Inon the foundation of the Popular Concerts, he took up the work with which he was most intimately connected for thirty-nine seasons. He retained until the piatti cello caprices of first cello at these famous chamber concerts, during the latter half of each series.
No one doubted the young virtuoso's skill on the instrument, but he did not draw large crowds. As a result, when Piatti fell ill during an engagement, piatti cello caprices was forced to sell his cello to cover the medical costs.
Franz Liszt invited him to appear as a guest performer at one of his recitals; stunned by what the boy could do on a borrowed cello, Piatti cello caprices presented him with a superb new instrument.
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That same year, Piati made his first appearance in London. In the spring ofPiatti came to Russia with the famous pianist Theodor Dohler.
Concerts featuring the two musicians were tremendously successful piatti cello caprices St. Petersburg and Moscow, with Piatti playing his own compositions: One of the St. Petersburg reviews lavished praise on the gifted Italian piatti cello caprices, "who had delighted the audience by his art and excellent taste.
Petersburg to Piatti cello caprices of April 10,Matwey Wialgohorsky recommended Alfredo Piatti to Alexander Piatti cello caprices and wrote about the purity and tenderness of the cellist's enchanting playing.
InPiatti made a triumphant appearance in London and soon was considered the best violoncellist there. For three years he was principal cellist in the Italian opera orchestra, and for several years after, he appeared in the British capital as a soloist and chamber musician.
Piatti constantly took part in London's "Popular Concerts. Piatti also played in a quartet in which Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst was first violin, Josef Joachim second, and Henryk Wieniawski the violist.
The piatti cello caprices performed in the concerts of the London Beethoven Quartet Society. Bernard Shaw often spoke in high terms about Piatti; he heard him once in an ensemble with Johannes Brahms. Here, in addition to his career as a virtuoso soloist, he became a renowned chamber musician, for many years appearing regularly in piatti cello caprices Beethoven Quartet Society and Popular Concerts, where he played in string quartets led by Ernst, Joachim and Wilma Neruda.