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Grigorij Sokolov - Rachmaninov / Nikolaj Petrov - Ravel: Piano Concertos. Vol. 19

Grigorij Sokolov - Rachmaninov / Nikolaj Petrov - Ravel: Piano Concertos. Vol. 19
ID: BoMB033-660
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Piano Concerto
Subcollection: Piano and Orchestra

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Historic Russian Archives - Evgeny Kissin in Concert (4 CD Set)

Historic Russian Archives - Evgeny Kissin in Concert (4 CD Set)
ID: BRIL92118
CDs: 4
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

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The Great Piano Concertos - E. Kissin / N. Lugansky / E. Gilels / K. Würtz / N. Freire / H. Grimaud / R. Firkusny

The Great Piano Concertos - E. Kissin / N. Lugansky / E. Gilels /  K. Würtz / N. Freire / H. Grimaud / R. Firkusny
ID: BRIL92293
CDs: 6
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

CD1
Nikolai Lugansky, piano
State Academy Symphony Orchestra of Russia, Ivan Shpiller
Ravel : Hélène Grimaud, piano
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Jésus Lopez-Cobos
CD 2
Evgeny Kissin, piano
St. Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra, Valery Gergiev
Dvorák: Rudolf Firkusny, piano
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Walter Süsskind
CD 3
Evgeny Kissin, piano
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Dmitri Kitaenko
CD 4
Emil Gilels, piano
State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR, Kurt Masur
CD 5
Klára Würtz, piano
National Symphony Orchestra of the Ukraine, Vladimir Sirenko (1-3)
Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie, Arie van Beek (4-6)
Cd 6
Nelson Freire, piano
Dresdner Philharmonie, Michel Plasson
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Chopin - The Great Composers

Chopin - The Great Composers
ID: BRIL92353
CDs: 3
Type: 2CD + 1DVD5
Collection: The Great Composers

1 DVD+2 CD's
1 DVD 4:3
Region: (All) PAL
Total time: 00:52:00 Sound Tracks: Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles: English, Nederlands, Deutsch, French
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M. P. Mussorgsky - Boris Godounov

M. P. Mussorgsky - Boris Godounov
ID: KON32036_37
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Opera Collection
Subcollection: Opera

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J. Brahms- German Requiem (Ein Deutsches Requiem, Op. 45), (Live) - For Soloists, Chorus and Orch. In Seven Parts

J. Brahms- German Requiem (Ein Deutsches Requiem, Op. 45), (Live)  - For Soloists, Chorus and Orch. In Seven Parts
ID: MELCD1001445
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Requiem
Subcollection: Voice and Organ

Recorded in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory in 1977, this performance by a famous Russian choir demonstrates their sonorous chorus technique and sound. The powerful basses give an added dimension.

The traditional Latin text of requiem mass repeatedly attracted attention of the most prominent composers in the world history. Some of them could discover new contents of austere divine service texts - that was the way the masterpieces like Mozart’s and Verdi’s ones appeared. The German composer of the 17th century Heinrich Schutz was the first who turned to the scriptural texts in his mother tongue translated by Martin Luther. Johannes Brahms followed him and named his requiem “German”. The passages, taken from Old and New Testaments and united in the composition, do not correspond the established order of the requiem mass. Probably, Brahms’ “Requiem” is some meditation on caducity of human life and inevitability of physical death that is expressed in vocal and symphony genre. Brahms was hatching the idea of this composition within ten years. His close friend Robert Chopin’s tragic death became some “starting point” of the idea. Moreover, his mother’s death served as reasonable grounds for completing of what had been started. The Old and New Testaments texts united in the composition form the basis of seven diverse parts. The first and the last parts - “Blessed are they that mourn…” and “Blessed are the dead…”- organically frame the cycle. The meditation on Death (“For all flesh is as grass…”) in the second part is balanced by the idea of Resurrection (“For here have we no continuing city…”) in the sixth one. The mournful third part (“Lord, make me know mine end…”) finds its consolation in the fifth one. The central part of the Requiem “How lovely are thy tabernacles” makes gradual transition from sorrow and mourns to hope for life after death. The Yurlov State Academic Chorus was named after Alexander Yurlov soon after the death of the talented musician and choir conductor. His unexpected death happened when the choir was rocketing to its peak of mastery. The group was obliged with this success to its brilliant leader. Within those fated 15 years that Alexander Yurlov and the choir worked together (1958-1973) they won fame of the best alliance of the singers and the conductor in the Russian chorus music of the Soviet period. Juri Ukhov who worked as chapel master of the choir since 1964 was brought up and matured in the heart of the choir. At that time he was a witness of brilliant performance of Brahms’ “Ein Deutches Requiem” and “Schicksalslied”. Several years later he got an opportunity to perform “Requiem” in the concert. The recording from the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory gives the bright idea of the sonorous chorus manner of singing that was made of mellow timbre of female choir, silver ringing of tenors and powerful basses. The latter were especially valued for their uniqueness and fascination in our country.



Nadezhda Krasnaya (soprano), Sergei Yakovenko (baritone)
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Dmitri Kitayenko
The Yurlov State Russian State Academic Choir -Yuri Ukhov
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Dedicated to the International Tchaikovsky Competition (Live) - Van Cliburn - V. Klimov - N. Shakhovskaya and etc...

Dedicated to the International Tchaikovsky Competition (Live) - Van Cliburn - V. Klimov - N. Shakhovskaya and etc...
ID: MELCD1001860
CDs: 5
Type: CD
Collection: Great Performers
Subcollection: Piano and Cello

The International Tchaikovsky Competition symbolises the prestige of world class art and is a true apotheosis of Russian culture. These are the Competition’s first-ever releases featuring the gold winners in each of the four disciplines. Listeners will appreciate exquisite performances by genius musicians.

CD 1 - V. Cliburn, piano / CD 2 - J. Marsh, soprano / CD 3 - V. Atlantov, tenor / CD 4 - V. Klimov, violin / CD 5 - N. Shakhovskaya, cello /


Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57 'Appassionata' (Rec.1958) - Van Cliburn (piano)

Bizet - La fleur que tu m'avais jetée (from Carmen) - (Rec.1966) - Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) / Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Mark Ermler

Borodin -Medlenno den ugasal (Slowly the day has faded) (from Prince Igor) (Rec.1966) -Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) / Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Mark Ermler

Brahms -Cello Sonata No. 1 In E Minor, Op. 38 -(Rec.1982) -Natalia Shakhovskaya (cello), A Amentaeva (piano)

A. Gurilyov - Monotonously Rings the Little Bell -(Rec.1973)- Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) / State Academic Bolshoi Theatre Sextet

Haydn - Cello Concerto No. 1 in C major, Hob. VIIb:1 -(Rec.1969) -Natalia Shakhovskaya (cello) /
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Maxim Shostakovich

Leoncavallo - Recitar!...Vesti la giubba (from I Pagliacci) - (Rec.1966) - Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) / Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Mark Ermler

Liszt- Liebestraum, S541 No. 3 (Nocturne in A flat major) - (Rec.1958) - Van Cliburn (piano)

Mendelssohn - Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 -(Rec.1967) -Valery Klimov (violin) / USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Maxim Shostakovich

Mozart - Ach, ich fühl's (from Die Zauberflöte, K620) -(Rec.1966) -Jane Marsh (soprano) / Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Mark Ermler

Nápravník - I tak, vse koncheno, sud'boy neumolimoy (So, everything, is over) (from Dubrovsky, Op. 58) - (Rec.1966) - Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) / Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Mark Ermler

Puccini - Tu che di gel sei cinta (from Turandot) - (Rec.1966) - Jane Marsh (soprano) / Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Mark Ermler
Puccini - E lucevan le stelle (from Tosca) - (Rec.1973) - Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) / Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Mark Ermler

A. Sheremetiev - Ya vas ljubil (I Loved You) -(Rec.1973) -Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) / State Academic Bolshoi Theatre Sextet

Tchaikovsky - Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor, Op. 23 -(Rec.1958) - Van Cliburn (piano) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Kirill Kondrashin
Tchaikovsky - Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35 - (Rec.1977) -Valery Klimov (violin) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Dmitri Kitayenko
Tchaikovsky - Zabït tak skoro (So soon forgotten) - (Rec.1966) - Jane Marsh (soprano), L Farr (piano)
Tchaikovsky - Puskay pogibnu ya 'Tatiana's Letter Scene' (from Eugene Onegin) -(Rec.1966) - Jane Marsh (soprano) / USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Boris Haikin
Tchaikovsky - Den' li tsarit? (Does the day reign?), Op. 47 No. 6 - (Rec.1972) - Vladimir Atlantov (tenor), Farida Khalilova (piano)
Tchaikovsky - None but the lonely heart, Op. 6 No. 6 - (Rec.1972) - Vladimir Atlantov (tenor), Farida Khalilova (piano)
Tchaikovsky - Serenada Don-Zhuana (Don Juan's Serenade), Op. 38 No. 1 -(Rec.1971) -Vladimir Atlantov (tenor), Farida Khalilova (piano)
Tchaikovsky - Zakatilos solntse (The sun has set), Op. 73 No. 4 - (Rec.1971) - Vladimir Atlantov (tenor), Farida Khalilova (piano)
Tchaikovsky - Forgive me, loveliest of creatures (from Pique Dame) - (Rec.1966) - Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) /Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Mark Ermler
Tchaikovsky - Chto nasha zhizn’? Igra! (The Queen of Spades) - (Rec.1966) -Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) /
Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Mark Ermler
Tchaikovsky - Forgive me, loveliest of creatures (from Pique Dame) - (Rec.1966) -Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) / USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Boris Haikin

Verdi - Mia madre aveva...Piangea cantando...Ave Maria (from Otello) - (Rec.1966) -Jane Marsh (soprano) / Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Mark Ermler
Verdi - Giá nella notte densa (from Otello) - (Rec.1966) - Vladimir Atlantov (tenor), Jane Marsh (soprano) / USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Boris Haikin
Verdi - Se quel guerrier io fossi!…Celeste Aida (from Aida) - (Rec.1966) - Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) /
Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Mark Ermler / USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Boris Haikin

Total time: 277.57
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Evgeny Kissin (piano) - Chopin - Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2

Evgeny Kissin (piano) - Chopin - Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2
ID: MELCD1001994
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Piano Concerto
Subcollection: Piano and Orchestra

These recordings were made in the Moscow Conservatory in 1984, when Evgeny Kissin was only 13 years old.

The young artist demonstrates remarkable proficiency.
This will be of interest to all admirers of this outstanding musician.

Chopin:
Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor, Op. 11
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Dmitri Kitayenko

Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor, Op. 21
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Dmitri Kitayenko

Mazurka No. 40 in F minor, Op. 63 No. 2
Mazurka No. 49 in F minor, Op. 68 No. 4
Waltz No. 14 in E minor, Op. post., KKIVa:15, B 56
Evgeny Kissin (piano)
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T. Khrennikov - Symphonies and Concertos

T. Khrennikov - Symphonies and Concertos
ID: MELCD1002086
CDs: 3
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Violin and Orchestra

Melodiya presents a complete set of orchestral music by one of the most influential domestic composers of the 20th century Tikhon Khrennikov.

The musician headed the USSR Union of Composers for more than fifty years combining crucial organizational activities with a busy creative and educational work.

His compositions were performed by some of the leading orchestras, music theatres and best-known performers of the Soviet Union. Then, due to social and political rather than artistic reasons, many of his works were consigned to oblivion.

The featured symphonic and concert works by Tikhon Khrennikov are performed by such outstanding conductors as Evgeni Svetlanov, Dmitri Kitayenko and Maxim Shostakovich, and soloists as Mstislav Rostropovich, Vadim Repin and others.

Khrennikov:
Violin Concerto No. 1 in C, Op. 14
Vadim Repin (violin)
The USSR State Academic Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov

Violin Concerto No. 2 in C, Op. 23
Vadim Repin (violin)
The USSR State Academic Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov

Cello Concerto No. 1, Op. 16
Valentin Feigin (cello)
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Maxim Shostakovich

Cello Concerto No. 2, Op. 30
Mikhail Khomitser (cello)
The USSR State Academic Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov

Piano Concerto No. 1 in F, Op. 1
Tikhon Khrennikov (piano)
The USSR State Academic Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov

Piano Concerto No. 2 in C, Op. 21
Tikhon Khrennikov (piano)
The USSR State Academic Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov

Piano Concerto No. 3 in C, Op. 28
Tikhon Khrennikov (piano)
The Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic Society, Dmitri Kitayenko

Piano Concerto No. 4 with string orchestra and percussion, Op. 37
Anatoly Sheludyakov (piano)
ARCO Chamber Orchestra, Levon Ambartsumian

Symphony No. 1 in B flat, Op. 4
The USSR State Academic Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov

Symphony No. 2 in C minor, Op. 9
The USSR State Academic Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov

Symphony No. 3 in A, Op. 22
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S. Prokofiev - Piano Concertos Nos. 1 - 5 (Complete) - V. Krainev (piano) - Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra - D.Kitayenko

S. Prokofiev - Piano Concertos Nos. 1 - 5 (Complete) - V. Krainev (piano) - Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra - D.Kitayenko
ID: MELCD1002227
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Piano Concerto
Subcollection: Piano and Orchestra

Melodiya presents a set of Prokofiev’s piano concertos performed by Vladimir Krainev.One of the brightest composers/pianists of his time, Prokofiev reflected in his piano concertos the most recognizable features of his artistic individuality like in a mirror. Having resolutely deserted the romantic tradition of the concerto genre, he created a new type of it. The motive toccata style, a splendid technique of scales and passages - all combined with fragile lyricism; sharp grotesque contrasts - and a sunny emotion of life-asserting; a crystal clear form and pattern - and sudden twists of the musical “plot”… This is what a figurative world of these works appears to be with each of them being individual realization of the genre and never continuing the line of the previous one.People’s Artist of the USSR Vladimir Krainev is indeed among the best interpreters of domestic music of the 20th century. While a student of the Moscow Conservatory, he became a world-famous pianist after his victories at the international competitions in Leeds and Lisbon. In 1970, he won the first prize of the International Tchaikovsky Competition.Apart from his flawless technical skills and rich sound palette, Vladimir Krainev was notable for a bright temperament which often roused the artist to do bold and even risky interpretations (one of the Austrian newspapers dubbed him “a tiger of keys on the arena”). That is probably why Prokofiev’s music was so dear to Krainev, who always had the composer’s concertos, sonatas and numerous piano pieces in his repertoire. Vladimir Krainev recorded Prokofiev’s five piano concertos were recorded with the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic Society conducted by Dmitri Kitayenko.
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