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Orchestral Works, page 53

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V. SALMANOV - Four Symphonies - E. Mravinsky, conductor

V. SALMANOV - Four Symphonies - E. Mravinsky, conductor
ID: IMLCD073-74
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

Recorded live at the Grand Hall of the Leningrad Philharmonia 20.03.1957, 30.09.1960, 24.05.1964, 28.01.1977
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Wagner - Tannhäuser - Artur Rodzinski, Conductor

Wagner - Tannhäuser - Artur Rodzinski, Conductor
ID: IDIS6510-12
CDs: 3
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

19.00 eur Temporarily out of stock

Arturo Toscanini Conducts Schubert, Respighi, Mendelssohn, Debussy, etc.

Arturo Toscanini Conducts Schubert, Respighi, Mendelssohn, Debussy, etc.
ID: IDIS6413-15
CDs: 3
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

Recordedings 1941 - 1942
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Yuri Simonov Collection - Bolshoi Theater Orchestra - D. Shostakovich -The Golden Age, Op. 22

Yuri Simonov Collection - Bolshoi Theater Orchestra - D. Shostakovich -The Golden Age, Op. 22
ID: RMSCD10003
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

19.00 eur Temporarily out of stock

Songs for Sumera - Mark Kostabi

Songs for Sumera - Mark Kostabi
ID: ARNR0102
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

format: CD Book Octavius

Songs for Sumera" contains eleven compositions for piano and orchestra composed by noted painter, composer and pianist Mark Kostabi.
The orchestrations are by Lepo Sumera and the performance is by the internationally acclaimed Estonian National Symphony Orchestra directed by Kristjan Jarvi, with Maano Manni as solo violinist and Mark Kostabi on piano.
The performance was recorded at the Hall of the Merchant Guild in Tallinn in the year 2000.

In the CD format, this Amiata production presents Kostabi's precious music together with an elaborate hardcover CD-sized book with fold-out pages of more than 50 of Kostabi's paintings.

New Muisc, classical, contemporary
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Andre Jolivet - Selected Works

Andre Jolivet - Selected Works
ID: MELCD1002215
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

On the threshold of the 40th anniversary of death of the prominent 20th century French composer André Jolivet, Firma Melodiya presents a set of works by the French master.

“I want music to have its original ancient sense back, when it was an expression of a magical and invocating element of a religion which united people”, Jolivet wrote.

He was born in Paris to a family of an artist and a pianist, and became known as a member of the composers’ group La jeune France (Young France), which also included Olivier Messiaen. Edgard Varèse, one of the biggest master of musical avant-garde, was Jolivet’s teacher. Arnold Schoenberg’s works also had a certain influence on the young composer.

Jolivet’s works combined diverse features of 20th century art - on the one hand, new musical means (polytonality, atonality), echoes of jazz and non-European musical cultures and, on the other hand, choral polyphony of the renaissance era, and also clarity and accuracy of statement not devoid of theatrical affectation so characteristic of French art.

André Jolivet’s works are performed by well-known Soviet and Russian musicians such as Mstislav Rostropovich (cello), Alexander Korneyev (flute), Valery Popov (bassoon) and others.

Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble of Soloists of the USSR State Symphony Orchestra, State Symphony Orchestra of the Latvian SSR, Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, André Jolivet (Composer), G. Rozhdestvensky (Conductor), V. Sinaisky (Conductor), A. Jolivet (Conductor) & 7 more

Jolivet:
Concerto for Flute and String Orchestra (1949)
Cello Concerto No. 2 (1966)
Concerto for Bassoon, String Orchestra, Harp and Piano (1954)
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra
Symphony No. 1
Five Ritual Dances
Rhapsody for Seven
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Thomas Ades - In Seven Days - Nancarrow Studies Nos. 6 and 7 - London Sinfonietta

Thomas Ades - In Seven Days - Nancarrow Studies Nos. 6 and 7 - London Sinfonietta
ID: SIGCD277
CDs: 1
Type:
Subcollection: Piano

DVD Extra: Thomas Adès and Tal Rosner in conversation


The London Sinfonietta combine two works from Thomas Adès, one of the most distinctive and popular voices in modern composition. Both works feature accompanying films (by Tal Rosner and Sophie Clements) that are included in this CD/DVD set. This is the second CD for the London Sinfonietta with Signum. It follows their October release of music by Louis Andriessen, featuring the UK premiere of Anaïs Nin, alongside his famed work De Staat.

In Seven Days is a musical interpretation for piano and orchestra of the biblical ‘creation’ by Thomas Adès, composed in collaboration with a film-piece by the artist and filmmaker Tal Rosner. Both music and film evoke the processes of the creation rather than the objects described in the movement titles, using simple elements in repeated and evolving contexts in a perpetual state of flux, change and growth.

The Piano Studies Nos 6 & 7 are arrangements of player-piano works by the American composer Conlon Nancarrow. An influential figure to generations of composers, Nancarrow’s studies for the player-piano (or pianola) allowed him to generate music of extreme rhythmic complexity in a multitude of inventive ways. These arrangements for two pianos by Thomas Adès capture the strange magic of the originals, where fragmented musical ideas are played off against each other in a wild, almost jazz-like way. The works are accompanied by film-visualisations by Tal Rosner and Sophie Clements.
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Wagner - Dedicated To The 200th Anniversary Of The Birth Of Richard Wagner

Wagner - Dedicated To The 200th Anniversary Of The Birth Of   Richard Wagner
ID: MELCD1002095
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

This Melodiya release, dedicated to the bicentennial of the composer's birth, features widely popular overtures and entr'actes from Wagner's operas, which became part of the repertoire of such outstanding conductors as Evgeny Svetlanov, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, David Oistrakh, Evgeny Mravinsky and others.


Richard Wagner
1. Overture to Rienzi
2. Faust Overture
3. Overture to The Flying Dutchman
4. Overture to Tannhäuser
5. Ride of the Valkyries from The Valkyrie
6. Forest Murmurs from Siegfried
7. Funeral March from Twilight of the Gods
CD2
1. Prelude to Lohengrin
2. Entr'acte to Act 3 of Lohengrin
3. Siegfried's Rhine Journey from Twilight of the Gods
4. Overture to The Mastersingers of Nuremberg
5. Prelude and Isolde's Death from Tristan and Isolde
6. Overture to Parsifal
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A. Borodin - Complete Symphonies More Orchestral Works - USSR State Symphony Orchestra - E. Svetlanov

A. Borodin - Complete Symphonies  More Orchestral Works - USSR State Symphony Orchestra - E. Svetlanov
ID: MELCD1001946
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

This collection includes some lesser known works by Borodin, including his Petite Suite for piano which is performed here in Glazunov’s instrumentation. Symphony No.3 was never finished. Borodin often played it to his friends and we can listen to it thanks to Glazunov writing down the first movement. All the works are interpreted by the expert Russian conductor Svetlanov.

Symphony No. 1 by A. Borodin composed in 1862-1867 and performed in 1869 is original in the image content. The music, epic according to its scope and Russian by nature, bears the genuine symphonism of the development of the major thematic grain. It was conceived in the land of endless valleys and grand deliberate rivers, it evokes in one's imagination the pictures of the spring waters, awakening of the life forces. The third movement of the symphony has the Oriental intonations. It took a long time (from 1869 to 1876) for Borodin to write Symphony No. 2. The premiere performance took place in 1877. The symphony was composed parallel with the opera “Prince Igor” which is close to the symphony by its imagery and character. The symphony was later called “Heroic” which is in perfect harmony with the music, full of spontaneous force, audacity and scope, the music monumental by its proportions, original by its image con tent which evokes in memory the Russian bylinas. Each of four movements is individual by nature: powerful, ponderous march of Allegro, irresistible in its flight Scherzo, songful Andante, reminding of the legendary singer Bayan, solemn Finale all this is united in the whole monumentary fresco painted with the bold wide strokes. Alexander Borodin began to work over the Third Symphony in winter 1883-84. The work over the Symphony continued up to the end of his life. He often played music of the Symphony to his friends, but he didn't write it down and unfortunately it remained unfinished. Now we can listen to it thanks to A. Glazunov who remembered the author's performing of the first movement of the Symphony and used Borodin's Scherzo, intended initially for a Quartet, for the second movement according to A. Borodins will. As a result of this now we have the score of two movements of the Third Symphony known as “Unfinished”. First the Symphony was performed on October 24, 1887 at a concert dedicated to A. Borodin's memory. The "Petite Suite" for Piano was written in 1885 in usual for the genre inter change of programme and dance miniatures. It is quite an original composition because of expressive manners and innovatory approaching of art task. "Petite Suite" is recorded on this disc in A. Glazunov's instrumentation. In Finale he used music of Borodin's piano Scherzo, repeating it twice in different instrumentation. Orchestral version of the Suite was premiered on October 28, 1889 in St. Petersburg, performed by the orchestra under Rimsky-Korsakov. Overture to the opera “Prince Igor” was written from memory and orchestrated by A. Glazunov, who heard its piano version in the author's performance. It is based on contrasts of Russian and oriental, polovtsian images, on opera's melodies and tunes.
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Concerts of Herbert von Karajan in Moscow - Mozart - Strauss - Orchestral Works - Vol. 3

Concerts of Herbert von Karajan in Moscow - Mozart - Strauss - Orchestral Works - Vol. 3
ID: MELCD1001514
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

Live recording of a concert given on 30th May 1969 in The Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory.
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