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Metropolitan Hilarion (Grigory Alfeyev) - St Matthew Passion

Metropolitan Hilarion (Grigory Alfeyev) - St Matthew Passion
ID: MELCD1002366
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Sacred Music
Subcollection: Choir and Orchestra

Evangelist - Protodeacon Viktor Shilovsky, baritone (CD1, CD2)
Naira Asatrian, soprano (CD2: 11)
Olessya Petrova, mezzo-soprano (CD1: 11)
Maxim Paster, tenor (CD2:18)
Sergei Markelov, tenor (CD1: 3, 7, 13, 16, 26 / CD2: 10, 13)
Dmitri Beloselsky, bass (CD1: 10, 21-22)
Moscow Synodal Choir - Alexei Puzakov, choirmaster
Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - Vladimir Fedoseyev,conductor


Firma Melodiya presents a recording of St Matthew Passion (2006), one of the most popular works of Russian academic music of the 21st century composed by Metropolitan Hilarion. In due course, this work will probably take a special place in the history of domestic music, but it has already been a source of inspiration for The Conductor (2012), a motion picture by Pavel Lungin, and performed over fifty times around the world.

Its composer Metropolitan Hilarion (Grigory Alfeyev) is a pries of the Russian Orthodox Church, a theologian and public figure, an author of fundamental studies on religious issues, and a Doctor of Philosophy of the University of Oxford. In 1984 to 1987 he studied at the composition department of the Moscow Conservatory under professor Alexei Nikolayev. Later he left music for an ecclesiastical career, but subsequently returned to composing.

The uniqueness of St Matthew Passion lies in the synthesis of musical traditions of West European baroque where the musical genre of passion sprang from, Orthodox church signing and Russian symphonic music of the 19th and 20th centuries. St Matthew Passion is intended for concert performance, but in the opinion of the musicologist and chancellor of the Moscow Conservatory Alexander Sokolov "this music leads a man to God through knowledge of God, to spiritual through soulful".

The featured recording was made in 2010 by the first performers of the Passion who are the Moscow Synodal Choir led by Alexei Puzakov and the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Fedoseyev with the participation of young vocalists and prize-winners of international competitions Naira Asatrian, Olessya Petrova, Maxim Paster and Dmitri Beloselsky.
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N.RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade - I.STRAVINSKY - Petrushka - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - Vladimir Fedoseev, conductor

N.RIMSKY-KORSAKOV - Scheherazade - I.STRAVINSKY - Petrushka - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - Vladimir Fedoseev, conductor
ID: MELCD1002508
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Ballet Music
Subcollection: Orchestra

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Khachaturyan Centenary Concert -Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - V.Fedoseyev - A. Steinbacher, violin

Khachaturyan Centenary Concert  -Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - V.Fedoseyev - A. Steinbacher, violin
ID: VVCD-00060
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Violin Concerto
Subcollection: Violin and Orchestra

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Souvenirs of Russia - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - Vladimir Fedoseyev, conductor

Souvenirs of Russia - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - Vladimir Fedoseyev, conductor
ID: VVCD-00066
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev. Soloist: V. Simon, cello (9). USSR Radio and TV Large Chorus (7). Recorded: 1975 (1 - 2, 12); 1979 (7); 1981 (6); 1983 (8); 1984 (5); 1987 (9); 1990 (3 - 4, 11); 2003 (10); 13.05.2003 from the GHMC.
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Sergey Taneyev - Symphony No. 2 - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - V. Fedoseyev - I. Bogacheva, soprano

Sergey Taneyev - Symphony No. 2 - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - V. Fedoseyev - I. Bogacheva, soprano
ID: VVCD-00082
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Vocal Collection
Subcollection: Voices and Orchestra

In 1877 Taneev wrote his Symphony No 2 (unfinished). By the end of that year the first movement of the symphony was performed at the pre-concert rehearsal under conductorship of Nikolai Rubinstein. The public performance was unsuccessful. Apparently because of that Taneev did not come back to it. However the whole content of the symphony was discussed in the course of studies with Tchaikovsky.
In 1974 composer Vladimir Blok after thorough examining the rough copies completed it.
The composition represents an attempt to create an epic Russian symphony. One can identify some evident prototypes of it. For instance an elegiac yet rigorous introduction to the first movement echoes the first theme of Tchaikovsky Romeo and Juliet overture. The first movement (probably the best one, Tchaikovsky thought highly of it) outlines a contrast of a resolute approach and lyrical mood. Later on Glazunov developed this intonation, in particular in his famous Symphony No 5.
In 1882 Taneev conceived the idea of writing an opera in three parts, Orestea, based on Eshil's trilogy. Twelve years passed between the intention and its completion. At the time of extravagant styles and plots Taneev found his ideal in an ancient Greek tragedy with its exalted noble philosophically generalized passions but also in the art of opera of the past, in particular that by Gluck. However the result was that most of the critics unanimously rejected the composition. They described it as "affected anachronism", "academic horror" and so forth. Paradoxically as it may seem Taneyev, while struggling against the current, forestalled a turn towards the antiquity and oratorio style in the XXth century music (Stravinsky, Honegger, and Milhaud).
Most popular symphonic fragments of the opera, a large-scale overture and Interlude to scene 2 of act 3 ("Apollo temple in Delphi") are unified by the theme of Apollo. The Interlude was a great success at the premier performance of the opera on October 17, 1895, in St. Petersburg. A majestic scene is conveyed by the means of marvelous contrasts of brass instruments and string instruments and harp.
Mikhail Segelman
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V. Fedoseyev - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - A. Korsakov, violin - Schumann, Mendelssohn

V. Fedoseyev - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - A. Korsakov, violin -  Schumann, Mendelssohn
ID: VVCD-00083
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Violin Concerto
Subcollection: Violin and Orchestra

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Scriabin - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - V. Fedoseyev, conductor

Scriabin - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - V. Fedoseyev, conductor
ID: VVCD-00085
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Piano Concerto
Subcollection: Piano and Orchestra

Recorded: 2.10.1982; 14.02.1979
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Wagner - Orchestral music from operas - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - V. Fedoseyev, conductor

Wagner - Orchestral music from operas - Tchaikovsky  Symphony Orchestra - V. Fedoseyev, conductor
ID: VVCD-00086
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

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O. Respighi - C. Debussy - Vladimir Fedoseyev - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra

O. Respighi - C. Debussy - Vladimir Fedoseyev - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra
ID: VVCD-00094
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

Recorded: 8.04.1976 (2-5); 1982 (1); 1984 (6-9)
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Bruch - Paganini - Sarasate: Violin Concertos - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - V. Fedoseyev, conductor

Bruch - Paganini - Sarasate: Violin Concertos - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - V. Fedoseyev, conductor
ID: VVCD-00098
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Violin and Orchestra

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