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Anthology of Piano Music Part 1 - Vol. 3 (Live) - Zaderatsky - Roslavets - Revutsky and etc…

Anthology of Piano Music  Part 1 - Vol. 3 (Live)  - Zaderatsky - Roslavets - Revutsky and etc…
ID: MELCD1001965
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano

Anthology of Piano Music by Russian and Soviet Composers
Part 1 Disc 3: 1917-1991

Firma Melodiya and the Tikhon Khrennikov Charitable Foundation present the joint project - Anthology of Piano Music by Russian and Soviet Composers. The project is conceived as a series of 30 discs featuring recordings of not only recognized masterpieces of Russian and Soviet music, but also as a revival of unjustly forgotten compositions. The Anthology is an attempt to collect together the music constituting the pride of Russian culture. The series will include works by such composers as Nikolai Myaskovsky, Aram Khachaturian, Dmitri Shostakovich, Andrei Eshpai, Tikhon Khrennikov, Nikolai Roslavets, Vissarion Shebalin, Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Rodion Shchedrin, Alexander Alexandrov, Arno Babajanian, Galina Ustvolskaya, Dmitri Kabalevsky, Konstantin Makarov-Rakitin and many others. A significant part of the compositions will be recorded for the first time. This series is in the first instance an outlook from the 21st century so important for a new generation of musicians, while it revisits the previous two centuries. The Anthology features some of the young virtuosos of piano music such as Andrei Korobeynikov, Nikita Mdoyants, Luka Okrostsvaridze, Asiya Korepanova, Yuri Favorin, Ekaterina Mechetina and others. They not just performed but took part in compiling the series searching in the music archives for the compositions which, in their opinion, deserved a way back to their listeners. The series will be split in 4 sections: • 1917-1991 (music of the Soviet period) • 1991-2010 (contemporary music) • Russian piano music (before 1917) • Music of expatriate Russian composers

(1) - T. Khrennikov Jr. (piano)
(2, 11) - Feodor Amirov (piano)
(3 -10) - Yuri Favorin (piano)
(12) - Nikita Mndoyants (piano)
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Anthology of Piano Music Part 1 - Vol. 1 - Khachaturian - Khrennikov - Miaskovsky - Shostakovich

Anthology of Piano Music Part 1 -  Vol. 1 - Khachaturian - Khrennikov - Miaskovsky - Shostakovich
ID: MELCD1001963
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano

Anthology of Piano Music by Russian and Soviet Composers
Part 1 Disc 1: 1917-1991

Firma Melodiya and the Tikhon Khrennikov Charitable Foundation present the joint project - Anthology of Piano Music by Russian and Soviet Composers. The project is conceived as a series of 30 discs featuring recordings of not only recognized masterpieces of Russian and Soviet music, but also as a revival of unjustly forgotten compositions. The Anthology is an attempt to collect together the music constituting the pride of Russian culture. The series will include works by such composers as Nikolai Myaskovsky, Aram Khachaturian, Dmitri Shostakovich, Andrei Eshpai, Tikhon Khrennikov, Nikolai Roslavets, Vissarion Shebalin, Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Rodion Shchedrin, Alexander Alexandrov, Arno Babajanian, Galina Ustvolskaya, Dmitri Kabalevsky, Konstantin Makarov-Rakitin and many others. A significant part of the compositions will be recorded for the first time. This series is in the first instance an outlook from the 21st century so important for a new generation of musicians, while it revisits the previous two centuries. The Anthology features some of the young virtuosos of piano music such as Andrei Korobeynikov, Nikita Mdoyants, Luka Okrostsvaridze, Asiya Korepanova, Yuri Favorin, Ekaterina Mechetina and others. They not just performed but took part in compiling the series searching in the music archives for the compositions which, in their opinion, deserved a way back to their listeners. The series will be split in 4 sections: • 1917-1991 (music of the Soviet period) • 1991-2010 (contemporary music) • Russian piano music (before 1917) • Music of expatriate Russian composers


(1) - Yuri Favorin (piano)
(2) - Nikita Mndoyants (piano)
(3 -26) - Andrey Korobeynikov (piano)
(27 - 34) - Tikhon Khrennikov jr. (piano)
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Vladimir Sofronitsky (piano) plays Scriabin

Vladimir Sofronitsky (piano) plays Scriabin
ID: VVCD-00014
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano

Recorded in Maly Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire 8.01.1960 and 13.05.1960

Vladimir Sofronitsky, piano

Vladimir Sofronitsky ranks on a par with Rubinstein and Rachmaninov. He was admired by Prokofiev and Shostakovich. Horovitz recognized hios unique talent and Glazunov named him "one of the outstanding Russian pianists".

This CD presents pieces by Alexander Scryabin of whom Sofronitsky, not long before he died, said: "From my young days through my whole life and to the end I will take with me with great joy my love to him. Life, light, struggle, will. This is where the greatness of Scryabin lies." Sofronytsky's interpretations were very close to the author's himself, not by its technique but by spirit and message.
I.Martina


I think that Sofronitsky is the closest to Chopin: forceful, bright, truthful, soulful, elegiac but also elegant - these are qualities common to all Art. However, both in Chopin and Sofronitsky they are stressed to an extreme, with their life on the line, seriously, in tears flowing on their face, hands, life or ascetically swallowed - there is no room for the tears, everything is going to disappear now - faster, faster!! - or everything is shining in the purity of the spiritual look facing the sunny Source of Truth. Sofronitsky was exactly a pure romantic; he is all yearning to the infinite and totally indifferent to the sea of life and is completely helpless in such.

Maria Yudina
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Vladimir Sofronitsky (piano) plays R. Schumann Vol. 2

Vladimir Sofronitsky (piano) plays R. Schumann Vol. 2
ID: VVCD-00024
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano

Recorded: 1946 (2-5; 8-10); 1947 (12-13; 15); 1949 (1); 1951(11; 14); 1960 (6) Restoration: Vista Vera, 2005
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Vera Gornostaeva, piano - Händel - Brahms

Vera Gornostaeva, piano - Händel - Brahms
ID: VVCD-00104
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano

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Sergey Rachmaninov, piano - Tchaikovsky

Sergey  Rachmaninov, piano - Tchaikovsky
ID: VVCD-00097
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano

Recorded at Patrych Sound Studios, the Bronx, New York, on June 10, 13, 14 & 16, 2005

Dmitry Rachmanov studied at the Moscow Gnessins Special Music School with Ada Traub. He graduated from the Juilliard School as a student of Nadia Reisenberg and Manhattan School of Music with the DMA as a student of Arkady Aronov. A prizewinner of several competitions, he has performed all over the US, Canada and Europe, and has participated in festivals such as Bard, Mannes' International Keyboard Institute & Festival and Spoleto USA, Prussia Cove in England, Banff in Canada, among others. He gave the US premiere of the Boris Pasternak Piano Sonata and has recorded albums of works by Beethoven, Scriabin and Rachmaninoff, which received critical acclaim. A researcher, frequent adjudicator and master class clinician, Rachmanov has published several articles and has served on the faculties of the Manhattan School of Music and most recently at the Chicago College of Performing Arts.
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Legends of the XX. Century - Yakov Flier, piano - Chopin - Mozart - Schumann

Legends of the XX. Century - Yakov Flier, piano - Chopin - Mozart - Schumann
ID: MELCD1001813
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano

Historical recordings

Yakov Flier auditioned for the Moscow Conservatory at the age of only eleven and in later years, taught there himself. At the height of his performing career, he developed problems with a finger on his right hand, which became paralised. He recovered and in 1959, returned as a concert pianist. In 1966 he was awarded the title of People’s Artist of the USSR.

Another program from the series of “Legends of the XX century. Russian performing art” presents historical records of the outstanding Russian pianist and teacher Yakov Flier. A brilliant musician, he possessed a subtle and profound understanding of the performers’ aims, which expressed in his concert practice, with a serious and truly talented approach through the teaching practice. Among his students were: Bella Davidovich, Rodion Shchedrin, Valeri Kamyshov, Vladimir Felzman, Lev Vlasenko, Viktoria Postnikova, Elena Dolinskaya, Mikhail Pletnev, Yuri Ayrapetyan and many others.
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M. Glinka -Piano Works - Valeri Kamyshov, piano

M. Glinka -Piano Works - Valeri Kamyshov, piano
ID: MELCD1001827
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano

Glinka created piano pieces all his life. Be it variations on his own or other composers’ themes, or tiny yet elegant miniatures in various dance genres, they all amaze us with their extraordinary finesse and skillfullness requiring the performer’s skills to match. The creative work of pianist Valeri Konstantinovich Kamyshov invariably won his listeners. “I have always admired Valeri Kamyshov for his love for art and noble sense of beauty. He has plenty of musical ideas and unique virtuosity,” said Yakov Flier whose class the pianist graduated from the Moscow Conservatory (1966) and whose post-graduate student he was until 1968. Valeri Kamyshov’s career was distinguished with high awards such as the second prize of All- Union Competition in 1961, the fifth prize of the Tchaikovsky Competition in 1962, and the second prize of the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels in 1968.
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Alexander Bakhchiev, piano - Rebikov - Arensky - Liadov - Medtner - Rachmaninov

Alexander Bakhchiev, piano -  Rebikov - Arensky - Liadov - Medtner - Rachmaninov
ID: VVCD-00089
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano

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O. Messiaen - Vision de L'Amen for two pianos

O. Messiaen - Vision de L'Amen for two pianos
ID: VVCD-00001
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano

Recorded: 1993 Messiaen presents his interpretation of biblical ideas through musical images. The composition was written in 1943 soon after Messiaen was repatriated from a German prisom camp. It was first performed in a duet with the student of the composerYvonne Loriod who later became his wife exerted a significant influence upon his creative work. The composition was published in 1950 and supplemented by the author's comments.
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