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Evgeny Svetlanov - Mikhail Glinka - The Best Symphonic Works

Evgeny Svetlanov - Mikhail Glinka - The Best Symphonic Works
ID: MELCD1001449
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: Orchestral WorksSubkolektion: Orchester

(7) - Bolshoi Theatre Symphony Orchestra - Evgeny Svetlanov, conductor
(1- 6, 8 - 12) - State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the USSR - Evgeny Svetlanov, conductor
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Basque Music Collection Vol. XII - B. Pagola - Basque National Orchestra - Gimeno

Basque Music Collection Vol. XII - B. Pagola - Basque National Orchestra - Gimeno
ID: CLAVES502906
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: Orchestral WorksSubkolektion: Orchester

The adventure started over ten years ago. With one recording a year, we are now, in 2009, up to the 12th volume of the Basque music collection, begun by Marguerite Dütschler-Huber, the founder of Claves Records, which the new management is very keen to pursue. This last opus is dedicated to the composer, pianist and teacher Beltrán Pagola (1878-1950), who was, notably, professor at the San Sebastián Conservatory of two other musicians whom this collection has already honoured: José María Usandizaga (CD 50-9814) and Francisco Escudero (CD 50-2110/11). Pagola left an indelible mark on the Basque institution, where he spent almost half a century. He gave it a Symphony Orchestra and wrote a Traité pratique d’harmonie (Practical Harmony Treatise), which is still a reference today. In this album, the National Basque Orchestra, conducted by Rubén Gimeno, proposes a range of works spanning about thirty years of creative activity. From the 1918 Allegro Appassionato orchestrated by Escudero (who took over his composition class in 1848) to the surprising 1947 iDonosti!, caprice humoristique, we discover music that is both true to its period and irresistibly attached to the Basque tradition.
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A. Glazunov - The Seasons, Ballet, Op. 67 & Chopiniana

A. Glazunov - The Seasons, Ballet, Op. 67 & Chopiniana
ID: MELCD1002085
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: Orchestral WorksSubkolektion: Orchester

Glazunov’s ballet music continued the tradition of Tchaikovsky’s “symphonic ballets”. The Seasons was ordered by Ivan Vsevolozhsky, the director of the Imperial Theatres, and completed in 1900 to be choreographed by Marius Petipa at the St. Petersburg’s Hermitage Theatre. Conceived as an allegory of Nature with its eternal cycle of youth, growing and ageing, the ballet did not see a proper stage production when the composer was around, but its music enjoyed popularity very quickly.

The suite Chopiniana, an orchestration of diverse pieces by Chopin, was composed in 1892. Sharing the love of many Russian composers for Chopin’s music, Glazunov displayed a magnificent sense of style and orchestral skills. The piano pieces did not become any heavier but got a new sound in a new facet. The Ballet master Michel Fokine made use of the suite fifteen years later when he created his famous ballet performance. Glazunov’s works were recorded by the celebrated Soviet symphony orchestras led by the prominent conductors of the 20th century Boris Khaikin and Evgeny Svetlanov.

Glazunov:
The Seasons, Op. 67
State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the USSR - B. Khaikin
Chopiniana, Op. 46
USSR State Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra - Evgeny Svetlanov
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Mozart - Concertos For Horn and Orchestra - Bruno Schneider, horn - OCPV - Giuranna

Mozart - Concertos For Horn and Orchestra - Bruno Schneider, horn - OCPV - Giuranna
ID: CLAVES509121
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Horn

W.A. Mozart:
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Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique - Gounod - Walpurgisnacht - G. Rozdestvensky

Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique - Gounod - Walpurgisnacht - G. Rozdestvensky
ID: MELCD1001433
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: Orchestral WorksSubkolektion: Orchester

This CD features recordings by the outstanding Russian conductor Rozhdestvensky, who gave much attention to musical novelties in his performances. None could be more famous than Symphonie Fantastique.

The romantic school that was characteristic of the European spiritual environment of the beginning of the 19th century originally appeared in the circle of the German writers and philosophers: Wackenroder, Ludwig Tieck, Novalis, brothers Schlegeli. Being picked up in different European countries it became simultaneously apparent in various genres of art but the most conspicuous - in music. The development of romanticism in music was formed in its peculiar way in every particular country corresponding national and historical conditions. However, they were united by the common tendency to reflect individual inner life of human emotions that were connected with the social position of a person. The tragedy was that the society did not understand and rejected personal credo. An artist’s personal drama who was seeking consolation in the realm of day dreaming and fantasy was put in the forefront in the creative work of the romantic composers. Miniature became the most essential form in the works of the most outstanding representatives of romanticism. Vocal art was represented by the romances and song cycles of Schumann and Schubert. There appeared many piano pieces of different genres in the heritage of Chopin, Schumann and Mendelssohn. The operatic art that was crowned by the theatre productions of Bellini, Verdi and Wagner reached its peak.



Berlioz:
Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14
Gounod:
Walpurgisnacht from Faust

All Union State Radio and TV Orchestra & Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, Gennady Rozdestvensky
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J. Turina - Orquesta Ciudad Granada - Requejo - Dall'Olio - De Udaeta

J. Turina - Orquesta Ciudad Granada - Requejo - Dall'Olio - De Udaeta
ID: CLAVES509215
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: Orchestral WorksSubkolektion: Orchester

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From Conducting Legacy of a Melik-Pashaev - Tchaikovsky and Schubert

From Conducting Legacy of a Melik-Pashaev - Tchaikovsky and Schubert
ID: MELCD1002072
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: Orchestral WorksSubkolektion: Orchester

Melodiya presents recordings of the outstanding Soviet conductor Alexander Melik- Pashayev.

His performing career at the USSR Bolshoi Theatre lasted more than 30 years and made up a whole era in the life of the famous company. His numerous recordings of opera sets, including those awarded with prestigious foreign prizes such as Borodin’s Prince Igor, Prokofiev’s War and Peace and Mussorgsky’s Boris Godunov, are very well known. However, he is less known as a symphony conductor, but Melik-Pashayev’s concerts with the Bolshoi orchestra were some of the brightest ones in Moscow’s eventful music life. Melodiya revisits this part of Melik-Pashayev’s conducting legacy.

Schubert:
Symphony No. 8 in B minor, D759 'Unfinished'

Tchaikovsky:
Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Op. 74 'Pathétique'

The USSR Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Alexander Melik-Pashayev
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J. Turina - Vol.2 - Orchestral Music - Orquesta Ciudad de Granada - Udaeta

J. Turina -  Vol.2 - Orchestral Music - Orquesta Ciudad de Granada - Udaeta
ID: CLAVES509310
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: Orchestral WorksSubkolektion: Orchester

Piotr Wegener - concert master
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Boris Frumkin - Oleg Lundstrem Jazz Orchestra - Samara fair

Boris Frumkin - Oleg Lundstrem Jazz Orchestra - Samara fair
ID: MELCD6002158
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: JazzSubkolektion: Orchester

Dear jazz friends, This new CD made up of pieces which not specifically composed for this recording sessions. It is collection of compositions that we play live on stage and that we now wish to share with a broader jazz audience. The recordings include compositions by Oleg Lundstrem, several arrangements by the one and only Vitaly Dolgov. The CD also features some pieces that were composed by me at diffirent times in the past and arranged by me and Nick Levinovsky, an old friend of mine and a brilliant musician. The soloists' line-up includes Ivan Volkov, Oleg Grymov, Denis Prushinsky, Roman Sekachev, Maxim Piganov, Igor Ulanov and Vladimir Zhurkin. Some solos you can hear performed by one of the best trumpet players of the country - Victor «Arzu» Guseynov. Follow us and explore the subtle corners of the magnificent world of jazz where sounds, human hearts and souls merge in a precious melodious fusion... Boris Frumkin, Music Director and Conductor of «Oleg Lundstrem Jazz Orchestra»
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Georgy Sviridov - Poem to the Memory of Sergei Yesenin

Georgy Sviridov - Poem to the Memory of Sergei Yesenin
ID: MELCD1002336
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Vocal and Piano

Georgy Sviridov, piano (11-17)
Alexei Maslennikov, tenor
Igor Morozov, baritone (12, 14-16)
State Republican Academic Russian Yurlov Choir (1-10, 18-21)
Leningrad State Philharmonics’ Symphony Orchestra - conductor - Yuri Temirkanov (1-10)
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor - Gennady Rozhdestvensky (18-21)

Recordings: 1957 (1-10),1980 (11-17), 1970 (18-21)


Firma Melodiya presents an album dedicated to the anniversaries of two great figures of Russian culture of the 20th century - Sergei Yesenin (1895-1925) and Georgy Sviridov (1915-1998).
“Once … I met a poet I knew, and he spent a long time reading Yesenin for me. That’s when Yesenin’s verses imprinted themselves on my soul. When I got back home, I could not fall
asleep… The music came suddenly. … That was how I wrote my first song to Yesenin’s text which later became a core song in my Poem to the Memory of Sergei Yesenin. The rest of the songs were composed during two weeks, all at once”. The premiere of the Poem to the Memory of Sergei Yesenin took place in 1956, in Moscow and was a new milestone in the composer’s career properly unveiling his original style and subtle feeling for poetry to the public. On the other hand, Sviridov’s Poem where the composer strived to render the poet’s spiritual side and passionate “love for the native land” became an actual rehabilitation of Yesenin’s poetry which had been covertly prohibited for a long time. Soon after completion of the vocal and symphonic Poem,
the composer came up with the cycle My Father Is a Peasant for tenor, baritone and piano where Yesenin’s images of Russian nature and scenes of country life were expressed by means
of chamber vocal lyric music.
Wooden Russia, a small cantata for tenor, men’s choir and orchestra was composed in 1964 and had an epigraph taken from Yesenin’s verses “Russia, my wooden Russia!”. The poet’s four
poems recreate an image of old patriarchal Russia while the last lines of the final movement herald its tragic demise.
Georgy Sviridov’s cantatas set to the poetry of Sergei Yesenin are performed by the Republican Academic Choir led by Alexander Yurlov and such luminaries of domestic conducting art as Yuri Temirkanov and Gennady Rozhdestvensky. The chamber cycle is sung by Alexei Maslennikov, an outstanding interpreter of Sviridov’s music who is accompanied by the author.
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