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BALTIC BAROQUE - Maltizov - VIVALDI collection - CD 4 - Violin Sonatas No. 16-20 - World Premier Rec.

BALTIC BAROQUE - Maltizov - VIVALDI collection - CD 4 - Violin Sonatas No. 16-20 - World Premier Rec.
ID: RV16-20
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Baroque
Subcollection: Choral

World Premiere Recording
Ensemble Baltic Baroque on historical instruments

Andrey Reshetin, baroque violin, (RV 16, RV 19)
Andrey Penyugin, baroque violin, (RV 17, RV 18)
Maria Krestinskaya, baroque violin, (RV 20)
Sofia Maltizova, baroque cello, (RV 16-20)
Imbi Tarum, harpsichord, (RV 16-20)
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BALTIC BAROQUE - Maltizov - VIVALDI collection - CD 6 - Violin Sonatas No. 27-32 -World Premier Rec.

BALTIC BAROQUE - Maltizov - VIVALDI collection - CD 6 - Violin Sonatas No. 27-32 -World Premier Rec.
ID: RV27-32
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Baroque
Subcollection: Choral

World Premiere Recording
Ensemble Baltic Baroque on historical instruments

Evgeny Sviridov, baroque violin, (RV 27, RV 29, RV 31)
Anfisa Kalinina, baroque violin (RV 28, RV 30, RV 32)
Sofia Maltizova, baroque cello, (RV 27-32)
Imbi Tarum, harpsichord, (RV 27-29, RV 31)
Reinut Tepp, harpsichord, (RV 30, 32)
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BALTIC BAROQUE - Maltizov - VIVALDI collection - CD 2 - Violin Sonatas No. 6-10 - World Premier Rec.

BALTIC BAROQUE - Maltizov - VIVALDI collection - CD 2 - Violin Sonatas No. 6-10 - World Premier Rec.
ID: RV6-10
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Baroque
Subcollection: Choral

World Premiere Recording
Ensemble Baltic Baroque on historical instruments

Andrey Reshetin, baroque violin (RV 7), (RV 10)
Nazar Kozhukhar, baroque violin, (RV 6, RV 8)
Anfisa Kalinina, baroque violin (RV 9)
Sofia Maltizova, baroque cello, (RV 6-10)
Reinut Tepp, harpsichord (RV 9)
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Antonio Vivaldi Concertos

Antonio Vivaldi Concertos
ID: MELCD1002262
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Baroque
Subcollection: Violin and Orchestra

Firma Melodiya presents a recording of instrumental concertos by Antonio Vivaldi.

The Italian composer went down in history as an outstanding master of baroque concerto. His legacy includes over 500 concertos (about half of them composed for violin), which combine composing and virtuosic mastership with a truly Italian temperament, strict orderliness of the whole with inexhaustible inspiration and ingenuity. Vivaldi adopted a three-movement model of concerto, but even his most conventionally built works almost always conceal a surprise - an unusual structure of a movement, sudden modulation, a striking harmonic turn, and play of Forte and Piano shades. Just as it was the case with Bach, Vivaldi was sunk into oblivion for almost two centuries, and only in the 20th century his music came out to the foreground of world culture.

Vivaldi:
Oboe Concerto in A minor, RV461
Concerto for Violin & Viola da gamba, 'La maggiore' RV546
Concerto in E minor, RV 278
Cello Concerto in B minor, RV424
Concerto for Violin & Cello in B flat minor, RV 547
Flute Concerto, Op. 10 No. 2 in G minor, RV 439 'La notte'


Antonio Vivaldi’s concertos are performed by the prominent representatives of domestic music art Oleg Kagan (violin), Natalia Gutman (cello), Evgeny Nepalo (oboe) and Albert Gofman (flute), and conducted by Rudolf Barshai and Lev Markiz, who opened the style of chamber performance of baroque music for the Soviet audience. The Night concerto features an ensemble of soloists of the Moscow Philharmonic Society led by David Oistrakh.
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VIVALDI - SENZA BASSO - BALTIC BAROQUE - Maltizov

VIVALDI -  SENZA BASSO - BALTIC BAROQUE - Maltizov
ID: ERP6713
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Baroque
Subcollection: Choral

Ensemble Baltic Baroque on period instruments
Directed by Grigori Maltizov
Maria Krestinskaya − baroque violin
Evgeny Sviridov − baroque violin
Imbi Tarum − harpsichord
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Emil Gilels Plays Bach - Vol. 2 - First Time on CD

Emil Gilels Plays Bach - Vol. 2 - First Time on CD
ID: MELCD1002224
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Baroque
Subcollection: Piano and Orchestra

Firma Melodiya presents recordings of J S Bach’s works performed by Emil Gilels.

This disc continues the series of recordings made by the great pianist. However, these recordings suggest a different view on Gilels’ performing art.

Emil Gilels entered the music life of the USSR as a virtuoso in the best, romantic sense of the word. His inspired artistry always produced a magnetic effect on the audience. He conquered the world with his performances of Beethoven’s sonatas, Mozart’s works in Salzburg, and interpretations of Tchaikovsky’s and Rachmaninov’s concertos. It was difficult to assume that a well-established stereotype of romantic pianism hid an inspired and profound interpreter of Bach’s music.

Johann Sebastian Bach was never at the centre of Gilels’ repertoire. They were more like individual pieces, but that was exactly what made them so unexpected at his concerts. Nevertheless, he kept revisiting some of them time and again.

This disc features recordings made in 1948 to 1968. Not claiming to be authentic and at the same time not falling into excessive romanticism, Emil Gilels shapes his own unique vision of the great cantor’s music world.


J.S. Bach:
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, BWV1050
Elizaveta Gilels (violin) & Nikolai Kharkovsky (flute)
The USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Kirill Kondrashin

Concerto for Two Keyboards in C major, BWV1061
with Yakov Zak (piano)
The USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Kirill Kondrashin

Partita No. 1 in B flat major, BWV825
Prelude & Fugue Book 1 No. 10 in E minor, BWV855: Prelude
arr. Alexander Siloti
Prelude and Fugue in D Major (Bach BWV532) Transcription Busoni
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Emil Gilels (piano)
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Northern Parnassus - Moscow Ensemble Baroque Soloists

Northern Parnassus - Moscow Ensemble Baroque Soloists
ID: MELCD1001031
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Baroque
Subcollection: Voices and Chamber Ensemble

“Northern Parnassus” is the conception of the Moscow Ensemble. Their concerts feature music of the 18th and 19th centuries alongside compositions of an earlier period that can be seen to have directly influenced the later composers. The Moscow Ensemble Baroque Soloists are a superb group of musicians who bring all of their expertise to realize these wonderful performances.
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BALTIC BAROQUE - Maltizov - VIVALDI - OPERA QUINTA - VI Sonate

BALTIC BAROQUE - Maltizov - VIVALDI - OPERA QUINTA - VI Sonate
ID: ERP7214
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Opera Collection

Recorded 2011−2013 in Swedish St Michael’s church (Tallinn), St Jacob’s church (Viimsi) and the House of Blackheads (Tallinn)

Maria Krestinskaya − baroque violin (1−4, 8−11, 15−20)
Evgeny Sviridov − baroque violin (12−20)
Anfisa Kalinina − baroque violin (5−7)
Sofia Maltizova − baroque cello
Reinut Tepp − harpsichord (5−7)
Imbi Tarum − harpsichord (1−4, 8−20)
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Baroque Music Vol.1 - Albinoni - Handel - Telemann - Vivaldi - Moscow Chamber Orchestra - R. Barshai

Baroque Music Vol.1 - Albinoni - Handel - Telemann - Vivaldi - Moscow Chamber Orchestra - R. Barshai
ID: MELCD1002191
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Baroque
Subcollection: Chamber Orchestra

Firma Melodiya presents recordings of baroque music performed by the Moscow Chamber Orchestra lead by Rudolf Barshai.

The name of this musician emerged in the Soviet concert life in the early 1990’s. He quickly became successful as a solo violist and ensemble player. However, his thirst for something new and his strive for breaking stereotypes, which were the way of many cultural figures of the Thaw period led him to creating the first ever Soviet chamber orchestra. An exceptionally talented conductor and organizer, Rudolf Barshai won many well-known musicians over to joint playing, including those who had promising solo careers (violinist and conductor Lev Markiz, cellist Alla Vassilieva, harpsichordist and pianist Mikhail Muntian, oboist Evgeny Nepalo, bassoonist Vladimir Bogorad and others). The performances of the new orchestra surprised and admired the listeners. Its repertoire included compositions, which were previously little known to the domestic listeners, and on the contrary some well know, even “outworn” music, which sounded in a totally new way.

The compositions featured on this album are instrumental concertos by Tomaso Albinoni and Antonio Vivaldi, the concerto grosso by George Friedrich Handel and a suite by “Bach’s fortunate rival” Georg Philipp Telemann became a discovery to the Soviet audience of the years. Even today, when we have so many alternative versions to choose from and when “authenticity” is in fashion, these recordings from fifty years ago have not lost their originality. We still feel that peculiar freshness, audacity of the pioneers who discovered a new and at the same time so contemporary world of baroque music for themselves and their listeners.

Albinoni:
Concerto Op. 7 No. 3 for oboe & strings in B flat major
Eugene Nepalo (oboe)
Concerto for strings and harpsichord No. 3 in D major, Op. 5, No. 3

Handel:
Concerto grosso, Op. 6 No. 12 in B minor, HWV330

Telemann:
Overture (Suite) TWV 55:C3 in C major for wind, strings & b.c. 'Hamburger Ebb und Fluth' ('Wassermusik')

Vivaldi:
Concerto in G minor, RV 103
Eugene Nepalo (oboe), Mikhail Muntian (basso continuo)

The Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Rudolf Barshai
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Vivaldi - Five Concertos for Bassoon, Strings and Basso Continuo - Valery Popov (bassoon)

Vivaldi - Five Concertos for Bassoon, Strings and Basso Continuo - Valery Popov (bassoon)
ID: MELCD1002098
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Baroque
Subcollection: Basson

Firma Melodiya is happy to present a rare gem of Baroque music - concertos for bassoon and strings by Vivaldi.

Mostly known for his violin compositions, Vivaldi paid homage to virtually all musical instruments that existed in Italy’s everyday music life of the time. Five bassoon pieces stand out among his numerous concertos for wind instruments.

An unusual combination of bassoon and strings inspired Vivaldi to create amazingly plastic and picturesque works. Composed in virtuoso concerto traditions, they demand supreme mastery from a performer. The finesse and elegance of their melodic patterns rooted in Italian bel canto, their strongly pronounced concerto element with a multitude of solo and tutti, forte and piano shades so typical of Vivaldi won’t leave a responsive listener indifferent. Vivaldi’s concertos are performed by Valery Popov, a brilliant virtuoso bassoonist, one of the best representatives of Russian performing school of wind instruments. Coming of a family of musicians, a prize winner of international competitions, a long-standing soloist of the USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra, and a professor of the Moscow Conservatory, he has made more than a hundred recordings of Baroque, classical and contemporary music. This recording made at the music festival in Polotsk, Belarus, in 1989 also features the Minsk Chamber Orchestra led by Valery Polyansky.


Vivaldi:
Bassoon Concerto, RV 496 in G minor
Bassoon Concerto, RV 475 in C major
Bassoon Concerto, RV 500 in A minor
Bassoon Concerto, RV 486 in F major
Bassoon Concerto, RV 484 in E minor

Valery Popov (bassoon)
The State Chamber Orchestra of the Belorussian SSR, Valery Polyansky
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