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Chamber Music, page 171

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Chausson - Shostakovich: D.Oistrakh - L.Oborin - S.Knushevitsky - The Borodin Quartet

Chausson - Shostakovich:  D.Oistrakh - L.Oborin - S.Knushevitsky - The Borodin Quartet
ID: SMCCD0035
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Quartet

Great Artists in Moscow Conservatoire - Small Hall, September 27, 1960 / October 1, 1960

1 - 3. D. Oistrakh, violin / L. Oborin, piano / Borodin Quartet
5 - 6. D. Oistrakh, violin / L. Oborin, piano / Knushevitsky, cello


BORODIN QUARTET:
Rostislav Dubinsky, violin I.
Yaroslav Alexandrov, violin II.
Dmitry Shebalin, viola
Valentin Berlinsky, cello
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S.V. Rachmaninov - Piano Works for Four and Six Hands

S.V. Rachmaninov - Piano Works for Four and Six Hands
ID: CNT2073
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano

This CD presents a few of Sergej Rachmaninov's rarer piano compositions for four and six hands, some which have never previously been recorded. Considered to be one of the greatest pianists of the 20th century, Rachmaninov continued in and advanced Russia's long-standing tradition in piano music for four hands and composed numerous works in this genre. The CD was recorded at the VIII edition of the chamber music festival, "Armonie della Sera", which is held in some of the Marche's most panoramic locations. The works are performed by the Sollini-Barbatano duo, formed by Marco Sollini, pianist with a long, rich international career and Salvatore Barbatano, a young artist distinguished for his remarkable talent and profound musical sensitivity, and the great French pianist, François-Joël Thiollier.
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M. Rostropovich, cello - A. Dedyukin, piano - Chopin - Debussy - Fauré - Stravinsky, etc..

M. Rostropovich, cello  - A. Dedyukin, piano - Chopin - Debussy - Fauré - Stravinsky, etc..
ID: SMCCD0042
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano and Cello

Great Artists in Moscow Conservatory
Small Hall December 11, 15, 1960
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Rachmaninov - Shostakovich - Chamber music -Trio Tchaikovsky

Rachmaninov - Shostakovich - Chamber music -Trio Tchaikovsky
ID: CNT2093
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Trio

Two chamber music masterpieces for two funeral elegies. The Trio élégiaque no. 2 by Rachmaninoff was composed in the wake of the intense emotion he felt at the death of Tchaikovsky, the composer who had effectively supported the musical career of the young Rachmaninoff. The dedication of the Trio reads, "to the memory of a great artist", which is the same dedication that Tchaikovsky had given to his Trio in A minor, op. 50 twelve years earlier, in honor of his recently deceased teacher, Nicolai Rubinstein. Shostakovich wrote the Trio no. 2 op. 67 in the first half of 1944 and dedicated it to the memory of his dear friend Ivan Sollertinskij, who died suddenly at age forty-one from a heart attack. For Shostakovich it was a very painful loss, which is reflected in all the drama and restlessness that characterize this elegiac, mournful and grotesque page.

Trio Tchaikovsky:
Pavel Vernikov, violin
Konstantin Bogino, piano
Anatole Liebermann, cello
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Roman Ledenyov - Selected Works

Roman Ledenyov - Selected Works
ID: SMCCD0084
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Quartet

Roman Ledenyov
"Seven Moods" for String Quartet (1967)
"Silence" for Solo Violin (1998)
"Popevki (Chants)" for String Quartet (1969)
"Sortavala Tryptich" for Piano (2002)
"Con Sordini (Small Requiem)" for Viola and Chamber Orchestra (1998) "Canticles" for Male Choir and String Quartet (2004)
"Fascination" for String Orchestra

Glinka State String Quartet
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W.A. Mozart - Piano Concertos, K. 242, K. 365 - F. Poulenc- Piano Concerto, FP 61

W.A. Mozart - Piano Concertos, K. 242, K. 365 - F. Poulenc- Piano Concerto, FP 61
ID: CNT2090
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

Composed in Salzburg, February 1776, the Concert for three pianos K. 242 was commissioned by the sister of the Prince-Archbishop Colloredo, the Countess Antonia Lodron, and was intended to be performed by herself, along with her daughters Aloysia and Josepha. This work was, therefore, written for three keyboard "dilettantes". Written at the beginning of 1779, the Concert for two pianos K. 365 was probably composed to be performed by Mozart and his sister Nannerl. Its purport is undoubtedly different from that of the Concert for three pianos, as the soloists are treated with equal importance and a considerably higher technical level is required of the two pianists. Even the orchestra has a more active role here than in the previous triple concerto. The Concert for two pianos and orchestra in D minor by Poulenc was commissioned by the Princess de Polignac and it was first performed at the "International Festival of Contemporary Music" in Venice, September 5, 1932. The pianists performing were Poulenc himself and his friend Jacques Février. The work can certainly be considered cubist for its apparent lack of a coherent structure and its multifaceted physiognomy: it makes use of heterogeneous musical materials fi xed to a "support" - the writing for the orchestra - which allows the various components of musical structure to interconnect and be coherent.


I Solisti Veneti - Claudio Scimone, conductor
Orchestra Sinfonica del Festival - Daniele Moles, conductor
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A.Glazunov - Concertos for Violin, Cello, Saxophone - V. Tretyakov (violin) - M. Rostropovich (cello) - L. Mikhailov (saxophone)

A.Glazunov - Concertos for Violin, Cello, Saxophone - V. Tretyakov (violin) - M. Rostropovich (cello) - L. Mikhailov (saxophone)
ID: MELCD1002131
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Saxophone

Firma Melodiya presents an album of concert works by the outstanding Russian composer Alexander Glazunov.

“…An incredibly wide scope, power, inspiration, lightness of mighty moods, wonderful beauty, magnificent fantasy, sometimes humour, melancholy, passion and always amazing clarity and freedom of form”, this is how Vladimir Stasov, a critic and Glazunov’s contemporary, defined the main properties of the composer’s music.

A pupil of Rimsky-Korsakov and Balakirev, and a true successor of the traditions of The Five, Glazunov was also a great admirer of Tchaikovsky’s works and synthesized the two major traditions of the Russian music art of the 19th century in his music.

Glazunov’s Violin Concerto is among the most popular works of the world’s violin literature. The other featured pieces created during the composer’s late period when he lived abroad are less known.

The Concerto Ballata for cello and orchestra was ordered by and dedicated to the great cellist Pablo Casals. The Concerto for saxophone and orchestra was inspired by a performance of the National Guard orchestra in Paris. Amazed with the timbre of the instrument, then very rare in academic music, and a virtuosic performance, he created a piece where the saxophone in combination with string instruments sounds surprisingly softly and songfully in a Russian way.

Glazunov’s compositions are performed by the outstanding Russian musicians such as Viktor Tretiakov (violin), Mstislav Rostropovich (cello) and Lev Mikhailov (saxophone).

Glazunov:
Violin Concerto in A minor, Op. 82
Viktor Tretiakov (violin)
The Moscow Symphony Radio Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev

Concerto ballata in C major for cello and orchestra, Op. 108
Mstislav Rostropovich (cello)
The USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov

Saxophone Concerto in E flat major, Op. 109
Lev Mikhailov (saxophone)
The Moscow Symphony Radio Orchestra Soloists Ensemble, Alexander Korneev
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A.Borodin - Borodin Quartet - String Quartet Nos.1 and 2

A.Borodin - Borodin Quartet - String Quartet Nos.1 and 2
ID: MELCD1000942
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Quartet

Borodin:
String Quartet No. 1 in A major
String Quartet No. 2 in D major
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Valery Beluntsov - 24 PRELUDES for Cello and Piano - A. Vershinin, piano - D. Shapovalov, cello

Valery Beluntsov - 24 PRELUDES for Cello and Piano - A. Vershinin, piano -  D. Shapovalov, cello
ID: ART294
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano and Cello

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J.S. Bach - Ein Musikalisches Opfer - R. Barshai - Moscow Chamber Orchestra

J.S. Bach - Ein Musikalisches Opfer - R. Barshai - Moscow Chamber Orchestra
ID: SMCCD0031
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Chamber Orchestra

Great Artists in Moscow Conservatoire - Small Hall, November 11, 1958
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