E & E Cello Music
Cello Music for Novice, Intermediate and Advanced Players.  
 

About E & E Cello Music, L.L.C.

Edward Laut EDWARD LAUT, cellist, has appeared as soloist on radio and television in the U.S. and abroad. Concerto for Cello and Jazz Band, Sonata for Solo Cello, and Suite for Cello and Jazz Trio, by renowned composer David Baker, were premiered and recorded on the Liscio label by Laut. He has recorded for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and National Public Radio and won the plaudits of such composers as Samuel Barber, George Crumb, and Virgil Thompson for his performances of their works.

Laut, a graduate of Indiana University having studied with Janos Starker, has held principal positions in the Manila Symphony, the USAF Band, Washington D.C., and the Atlantic Symphony. He also was assistant principal of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, and cellist in the Cleveland Orchestra. He taught in the Philippines under the auspices the JDR III Fund Project. In 1977 he joined the faculty of the University of Kansas, where he was named Outstanding Educator by the Mortar Board Society. He is currently a "Professor Emeritus" at the University of Kansas.



Erinn Renyer ERINN RENYER, cellist, received her Masters in Cello Performance from the University of Kansas in 1995. She has performed as a soloist and member of an ensemble in both Europe and South America. Ms. Renyer was nominated by the Partners of the Americas to serve as “Artist in Residence” at the National Conservatory of Music in Asuncion, Paraguay where she also performed as a soloist and principal cellist for the Orquesta Sinfonica de la Cuidad de Asuncion.

Erinn is a freelance performer in the northeast Kansas area. She manages Arcata Strings, a co-op of gig musicians. Erinn is also artistic director of the Topeka Cello Collective, an ensemble of over 40 regional student cellists She formerly was adjunct Professor of Lower Strings and Chamber Music at Baker University. She currently serves as Director of String Studies and Lecturer of Cello at Washburn University.

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Still, Still, Still for Cello Duet

Vivaldi's Concerto for 2 Celli

In the Bleak Mid-winter by Gustav Holst


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