Let There Be Cello - 2CELLOS

Let There Be Cello


  • Genre: Classical Crossover
  • Release Date: 2018-10-19
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15
  • ℗ 2018 Sony Music Entertainment

Let There Be Cello ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Concept2 2CELLOS 2:08
Eye of the Tiger 2CELLOS 4:04
Pirates of the Caribbean 2CELLOS 3:00
Cadenza 2CELLOS 1:17
Hallelujah 2CELLOS 3:37
Perfect 2CELLOS 3:44
Vivaldi Storm 2CELLOS 2:33
Whole Lotta Love 2CELLOS 4:11
Seven Nation Army 2CELLOS 2:39
Asturias Meets Carmen 2CELLOS 2:40
Despacito 2CELLOS 2:27
The Show Must Go On 2CELLOS 4:37
Imagine 2CELLOS 2:59
Champions Anthem 2CELLOS 2:02


  • Outstandingly awesome!!!!!!!!!!

    By pumpumpikin
  • Awesome

    By BlueCollarLoverofTheArts
    If they go on tour again I will go I love there YouTube videos
  • yes

    By alexaner deadpool
    amazing, 10/10
  • ❤️

    By Trust and Us
  • I have to admit....

    By Doubletap2008
    They have serious talent. I LOVE their Pirates of the Caribbean!
  • To all the haters

    By babgirllit12
    This is awesome and they work very hard so let’s see u try to do this
  • Another great album

    By rosebud19m
    Love their music!
  • A Beautiful Masterpiece :)

    By Courtney Love II
    I love how they play! You can here how passionate they are when they play each song. They are truly gifted musicians. This album is awesome and I’m always excited to hear the next song they record. They always have good taste by picking some slow songs but i really like when they pick the rock songs. So many good songs on this album like the white stripes, whole lotta love, eye of the tiger! Great album ♥️
  • 2 Cellos

    By majicmary
    A big disappointment and I have deleted it Clanging clashing music and not for me
  • From MainlyPiano

    By KathyPiano7
    Let me preface this review by saying that the cello is my second favorite instrument (after the piano) and that I absolutely love it when artists have no musical boundaries. The latest album from the Croatian duo 2Cellos, "Let There Be Cello," achieves perfection in both areas. I had seen some of their videos, but this is the first album I’ve heard and I am completely hooked. I spent most of last evening watching 2Cellos’ YouTube videos and am just blown away by Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser’s mastery of their instruments as well as their fearless combinations of musical styles from classical to hard rock to movie themes and beyond. For example, how often do you find a medley of Beethoven and Led Zeppelin that really works??? This album also features two original compositions, which are also compelling. From driving rhythms to elegant, soulful ballads, these two young artists can do it all and do it all well. If you are new to 2Cellos’ music, you have to check it out! "Let There Be Cello" begins with “Concept2,” one of the original compositions. Dark, intense and edgy, it’s a great opener and makes it obvious that this isn’t your typical classical music album! “Eye of the Tiger” by a cello duo? Oh yes, the rock anthem from some of the "Rocky" movies is in very good hands here with a driving beat and a level of excitement that sends it soaring. Wow! The brief and more experimental “Cadenza” is the second original piece. Their duo’s stirring arrangement of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” is one of the most heartfelt arrangements I’ve heard. I love this song, and the simplicity of this version allows the bittersweet melody to really sing. Perfection! And speaking of that, Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” is also given a gentle treatment that keeps the beautiful melody front and center. “Vivaldi Storm” returns to virtuoso excitement and power. “Whole Lotta Love (Medley)” begins with a section from Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and then one of the cellists veers off into Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love.” Before long, both are rocking out with a beat that makes it impossible to sit still while listening. Beethoven peeks in here and there, but this is really powerhouse rock! “Asturias Meets Carmen” is another fascinating medley that combines the Albinez piano (later, classical guitar) piece with themes from Bizet’s opera. Queen’s “The Show Must Go On” becomes even more of a heartbreaker as a cello duet - gorgeous! From that rock classic, we turn to John Lennon’s “Imagine,” played gently and simply, overflowing with grace and sincerity. The album closes with “Champions Anthem,” the official anthem of the UEFA Champions League - a triumphant ending to a magnificent musical achievement! If you have an appreciation for a wide variety of music and virtuoso performances, "Let There Be Cello" is a must-have, and I give it my highest recommendation!