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KONSTANTIN ILIEV - COMPOSITIONS

 
KONSTANTIN ILIEV - COMPOSITIONS-Orchestra-Orchestral Works
ID: GD139 (EAN: 3800121301393)  | 1 CD | DDD
Released in: 1998
LABEL:
Gega New
Collection:
Orchestral Works
Subcollection:
Orchestra
Composers:
ILIEV, Konstantin
Interprets:
BOBOSHEVSKI, D. | DIKOV, Anton (piano) | LAZAROV, I. (drums) | PALIEV, Dobri
Ensembles:
Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra | Sofia Soloists Chamber Ensemble
Conductors:
DAFOV, Yordan | ILIEV, Konstantin | KAZANDJIEV, Vassil
Other info:

This is the first release of one of the most praised and denied creative artists of the Bulgarian school of composing. His works have always been subject to controversy, most often ending with the repudiation of the respective opus. Still, with his very first compositions he established himself as an innovator, vanguard author, relentless to the commonplace and the conventional in constant search of new roads for the Bulgarian musical output. The album has the character of a retrospection tracing down the development of a talent. The combination of Iliev's Concerto Grosso (1949-50) - one of his earliest works in the traditions of post-neoclassicism, with his Fragments (1968) and his last Sixth Symphony (1984-85), gives an idea of the author's enormous creative and intellectual potential. Iliev himself conducts his Fragments, dedicated to the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra directed by him with love and inspiration. The other conductors featured in this CD, Vassil Kazandjiev and Yordan Dafov, are two of the composer's closest friends and colleagues.

Performed by: A, Dikov (piano), D. Paliev (kettle-drums), D. Boboshevski (xylophone), I. Lazarov (drums)

Sofia Soloists Chamber Ensemble, Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductors: Vassil Kazandjiev, Konstantin Iliev, Yordan Dafov
Tracklist
 
ILIEV, Konstantin (1924-1988) 
Concerto grosso for string orchestra, piano and percussion (1949-50) First performance March 3, 1957 
1. Allegro3:50 
2. Allero3:50 
3. Adagio6:00 
4. Adagio6:00 
5. Allegro giusto2:23 
6. Allegro giusto2:23 
Fragments for symphony orchestra - First performance November 13, 1968 
7. Improvisation I6:39 
First performance November 13, 1968 
8. Improvisation II7:04 
9. Improvisation I6:39 
10. Interlude4:32 
11. Improvisation II7:04 
12. Improvisation III5:45 
13. Interlude4:32 
Symphony No. 6 (1984-85), First performance October 3, 1968 
14. Improvisation III5:45 
15. Andante7:36 
16. Animato9:06 
First performance October 3, 1986 
17. Lento5:49 
18. Andante7:36 
19. Animato9:06 
20. Lento5:49 

Review:
 

This is the first release of one of the most praised and denied creative artists of the Bulgarian school of composing. His works have always been subject to controversy, most often ending with the repudiation of the respective opus. Still, with his very first compositions he established himself as an innovator, vanguard author, relentless to the commonplace and the conventional in constant search of new roads for the Bulgarian musical output. The album has the character of a retrospection tracing down the development of a talent. The combination of Iliev's Concerto Grosso (1949-50) - one of his earliest works in the traditions of post-neoclassicism, with his Fragments (1968) and his last Sixth Symphony (1984-85), gives an idea of the author's enormous creative and intellectual potential. Iliev himself conducts his Fragments, dedicated to the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra directed by him with love and inspiration. The other conductors featured in this CD, Vassil Kazandjiev and Yordan Dafov, are two of the composer's closest friends and colleagues.


 

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