The cellist Heinrich Grünfeld recorded quite extensively in the early days of the gramophone, though it’s his pianist brother Alfred who is much better remembered.

A full discography can be found on my discographies site.

Handel’s Largo (from Serse)
Heinrich Grünfeld, cello with piano
(mp3 file – click to play, or right click the link, then select “Save as”)
Gramophone Concert Record G.C.-47875x
Matrix 19h
Recorded: 1905, Berlin
Issued: August 1905
Plays at A=435 at 77.0rpm

The record label states “LARGO (von Handel) gespielt von Professor Heinrich Grünfeld, Hofcellist, Berlin”

Koschat – Verlassen bin i (from 3 Lieder Op.4, No.1)
Boccherini – Menuett
Heinrich Grünfeld, cello with piano
(mp3 files – click to play, or right click the link, then select “Save as”)
Grammophon double sided 2-47851, 2-47852
Matrices 18140l, 18141l
Recorded: 1915, Berlin
At 78.0rpm these sides play at A=435, which is a reasonable pitch for the time.