Anner Bylsma (born Anne Bijlsma 17 February 1934, The Hague) is a Dutch cellist who plays on both modern, and period instruments in a historically informed style. He took an interest in music from an early age. He studied with Carel van Leeuwen Boomkamp at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague and won the Prix d'excellence in 1957.
Ryo Terakado. His interest in baroque music already started before: When he was 19, he started to play baroque violin by himself. Some years later, he founded a baroque ensemble "Concert Spirituel" together with Masahiro Arita (Flute), who influenced him a lot, and Hidemi Suzuki (cello). In 1985, he came to the Netherlands to study the baroque violin at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague under guidance of Sigiswald Kuijken. In 1989 He received a soloist diploma…
The French composer Antoine Dard doesn't have an entry in the New Grove. As this encyclopedia contains information about many composers who are unknown to the music loving public at large we can safely say that he is really unknown. […]
Kristin von der Goltz […] plays the six sonatas  in a version for cello. This was indicated in the advertisement which announced the publication of the sonatas: "6 sonatas for bassoon (…) It is said that these sonatas are unique amongst their kind, and can also be successfully played on the violoncello". That is what Kristin von der Goltz impressively proves on this disc. […] (Johan van Veen, musica-dei-donum.net, 2009)
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