The 12 Cellists in Moscow
Director: Tilo Krause
Distributor: C Major Entertainment
Length: 90 min.
16:9 shot in 1080i HDTV | stereo & 5.1 surround sound
© 2008, a BFMI production with TVC
They are unique. Nat­ur­ally, every sym­phony or­ches­tra has its cello sec­tion. But nowhere else in the world have the deep­er, lar­ger strings joined to­geth­er to form an in­de­pend­ent en­semble - an or­ches­tra with­in an or­ches­tra - meet­ing with suc­cess after suc­cess. That is why every mu­sic lov­er knows im­me­di­ately where the "12 Cel­lists" come from, even if they can­not name their or­ches­tra. They are an in­sti­tu­tion. They have played to­geth­er since 1972, ap­pear­ing as an en­semble, oc­ca­sion­ally in Ber­lin, of­ten else­where, and quite of­ten trav­el­ing great dis­tances.

The Con­cert with the 12 Cel­listen of the Ber­liner Phil­har­monik­er took place at the First Mo­scow In­ter­na­tion­al Cello Fest­iv­al in the Mo­scow Tchaikovsky Con­ser­vat­ory. It was or­gan­ized by the Mo­scow State Phil­har­mon­ic So­ci­ety and was ded­ic­ated to the memory of Mstis­lav Rostrop­ovich.
"An­gel Dances"

Ju­li­us Klen­gel

As­tor Piazzo­lla
Mi­longa del An­gel (arr. by José Carli)

Gab­ri­el Fauré
Pavane (arr. by Wil­helm Kais­er-Lindemann)

As­tor Piazzo­lla
Muerte del An­gel (arr. by José Carli)

Claude De­bussy
La Cathed­ral en­glou­tie (arr. By Rudolf Leo­pold)

Gi­useppe Verdi
Ave Maria from "Quat­tro pezzi sac­ri" (arr. by Dav­id Rinik­er)

As­tor Piazzo­lla
Re­sur­ec­cion del An­gel (arr. by José Carli)
"Dance Around the World"

Jean Françaix
Presto from "Au­bade"

Bor­is Blach­er

Wil­helm Kais­er-Lindemann
The 12 in Bossa Nova

Dmitri Shos­takovich
Lyr­ic Waltz (arr. by Dav­id Rinik­er)

George Ger­sh­win
Clap Yo’ hands (arr. By Mi­chail Tsy­gutkin)

En­nio Mor­ricone
The Man With the Har­mon­ica (arr. By Wil­helm Kais­er-Lindemann)

Jorge Ben
Mas que nada (arr. by Val­ter Des­pali)

Chabuka Granda
La Flor de la Canela (arr. by José Carli)

As­tor Piazzo­lla
Fu­ga y mis­terio (arr. by José Carli)