Based on 3 Reviews
Reviewed On: 08/06/2014
Someone gave a review of this CD stating that you could barely hear the cello. There are two versions of each piece. The one labeled accompaniment is to be used after the student has learned the piece. The cello part is reduced in volume to emphasize the piano part.
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Reviewed On: 07/22/2014
I am writing to give some input on the other review. This CD is a good quality CD with a reputable cellist playing. The reason the piano sounds too loud is that the second half of the CD is meant to be played along with at home. The first half of the CD, the cello and piano are properly balanced. I think the CD is good quality. My only complaint is that the cellist is inclined towards very fast tempos, which are unrealistic for students.
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Reviewed On: 06/29/2012
The piano accom. is so loud that it practically drowns out the cellist. Given that the point of Suzuki is to listen, this recording doesn't really facilitate that.
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Asked On: 01/21/2021
Hi Dennis, thanks for your question. Yes! We have the piano accompaniment for both volumes - Item# SB31 P, and # SB32 P.
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