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Ca·sals

 (kə-sălz′, -sälz′), Pablo 1876-1973.
Spanish cellist and conductor noted especially for his virtuoso recordings of J.S. Bach's cello suites.
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Casals

(Spanish kaˈsals)
n
(Biography) Pablo (ˈpaβlo). 1876–1973, Spanish cellist and composer, noted for his interpretation of J. S. Bach's cello suites
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Ca•sals

(kəˈsɑlz, -ˈsælz)

n.
Pablo, 1876–1973, Spanish cellist.
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Noun1.Casals - an outstanding Spanish cellist noted for his interpretation of Bach's cello suites (1876-1973)
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The Catalan cellist Gaspar Cassado (1897-1966) is surprisingly little known today considering that he was one of the three most highly regarded cellists in the early decades of the twentieth century and the student most closely associated with his world-famous teacher, Pablo Casals. Unlike his chief onetime rivals, Gregor Piatigorsky and Emanuel Feuermann, comparatively little has been written about him.
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Lucas studied at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music under Bonnie Hampton, a protege of the legendary Pablo Casals. He also won in auditions to participate in the Spoleto Festival held in Charleston, United States and Spoleto, Italy.
Pablo Casals was a virtuoso on which musical instrument?
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This performance includes works by Thomas Tallis, Pablo Casals, Thomas Attwood and Sir Charles Villiers Stanford.