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CR079 (EAN: 4607077920796) | 1 CD
| DDD Released in: 2006
- Classical Records
- CHOPIN, Frédéric François
- IGNATIEVA, Zinaida (piano)
- Other info:
Zinaida Ignatieva is the pupil of an outstanding Russian musician, Professor of the Moscow Conservatoire Samuil Feinberg.
During her studies at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatoire, she participated in VI Chopin International piano competition in Warsaw and became a prize-winner; her performance was highly appraised by many eminent musicians, among them was Arthur Rubinstein who was the chairman of the jury. Rubinstein spoke of her as of a brilliant talent.
Zinaida Ignatieva’s concert activities is quite extensive; she appears in the best concert halls both in Russia and abroad - in Europe and Asia.
She has a large concert repertoire which includes compositions of classic, romantic and modern styles and all piano compositions of Frederic Chopin.
Zinaida Ignatieva is a Professor of the Moscow Conservatoire.
Many of her pupils are prize winners of international competitions. They work both in Russia and in Europe, USA, Asia, and Australia, giving concerts, teaching.
Zinaida Ignatieva regularly gives international master classes both in Russia and abroad (France, South Korea, Japan, etc).
She is given the title of "People’s Artist of Russia" for her merits in the art of performance by Russian Government.
|CHOPIN, Frédéric François (1810-1849)|| |
|1. || Valse in C minor Op. 64 No. 2||4:20|
|2. || Polonaise in C sharp minor Op. 26 No. 1||6:45|
|3. || Barcarolle Op. 60||9:40|
|4. || Polonaise in G sharp minor Op. posth…||5:07|
|5. || Nocturne in F sharp major Op. 15 No. 2||3:37|
|6. || Nocturne in E flat major Op. 9 No. 2||5:13|
|7. || Ballade No. 3 in A flat major Op. 47||8:08|
|Four mazurkas Op. 33|| |
|8. || in G sharp minor||1:54|
|9. || in D major||2:26|
|10. || in C major||2:00|
|11. || in B minor||4:27|
|12. || Mazurka in A minor Op. 67 No.4||3:03|
|13. || Mazurka in C major op. 56 No. 2||1:49|
|14. || Nocturne in F minor Op. 55 No.1||5:37|
|15. || Ballade No. 4 in F minor Op. 52||11:45|
|16. || Tarantelle Op. 43||3:35|
Outstanding virtuosity and wonderfully wide range of sonority.(“Chervono Znamia”, Bulgaria)Her interpretations are always convincing, very interesting and fresh.(“Soviet Culture”)Her performances are sincere and spontaneous. She has a rare sense of rhythm and perfect taste. Her interpretations are always interesting.(“Musical Life” Magazin)The ability to penetrate the world of delicate and diverse emotions, to get on from the pieces full of intimate lyrical images to the most dramatic and passionate ones is worth mentioning.(Victor Merzhanov, “Musical Life”) An outstanding pianist with infinite virtuosity, fine taste and beautiful sound.(“Musical Life”)Zinaida Ignatieva plays the finale of Chopin concerto (no.2, in F minor) with a great feeling of the Polish rhythm, as if she was born in Poland.(“Evening Warsaw”)
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