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Chamber Music, page 97

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Victor Fedotov, Polina Fedotova. Tchaikovsky.

Victor Fedotov, Polina Fedotova. Tchaikovsky.
ID: CR119
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano

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Generations - piano and cello - (Igor, Arseny, and Alexandra Kotlyarevsky)

Generations - piano and cello - (Igor, Arseny, and Alexandra Kotlyarevsky)
ID: CR108
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano and Cello

CD 1 -1-6, CD2 - 1-7: Igor Kotlyarevsky piano
CD 1 - 6, CD 2 - 1,2: Arseny Kotlyarevsky cello
CD 2 - 8: Alexandra Kotlyarevskaya piano

Igor Kotlyarevsky was born in Kharkov in 1953. In 1960, he entered Kharkov Special Music School where he studied with Faina Joffe and Victoria Krichevskaya. In 1968-70, Mr. Kotlyarevsky studied with Vsevolod Topilin. He graduated in 1971 and entered Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory, where he was a student of professors Bella Davidovich and Sergei Dorensky. He graduated with honor in 1976.

At that time, Alexander Egorov, an assistant to professor Konstantin Igumnov, also had an important impact on Igor Kotlyarevsky’s development. Their friendship lasted until Mr. Egorov's death in 1991.

He started his concert activities as a child; since then, Mr. Kotlyarevsky has given solo concerts and recitals both in Russia and abroad (France, USA, Japan, Germany, Korea). He combines his solo concert activities with performances in various chamber ensembles, also appearing as an accompanist. He has given a great number of concerts together with such instrumental performers and singers as Irina Arkhipova, Olga Borodina, Natalia Erasova, Taemi Kohawa, Anastasia Chebotareva, Dmitry Khvorostovsky, Elena Revich, Mikhail Gotsdiner, Alexander Brusilovsky, Vladimir Chernov, and others.

He's a prizewinner of several international piano competitions. He works at the Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory since 1978. In 1991, he became a professor. Many of his students are prizewinners of the international competitions; they are successful performers and teachers.

He regularly gives master-classes at different colleges and high schools of music in Russia, Germany, Japan, Korea. His solo repertoire includes works by Chopin, Schumann, Rachmaninov, Scriabin, Liszt, Medtner and other romantic composers.

Arseni Kotlyarevsky (cello) was born in Moscow in 1995. In 2004, he graduated with honors from Special Music School under Gnessin College, where he studied with Tatiana Prokhorova and Vera Birina. Since 2004, he has been a student of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory (in the class of professor Natalia Gutman).

Arseni Kotlyarevsky gives a lot of concerts in Russia and abroad (in Japan, Netherlands, Germany and other countries). He played in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory as well as Maly and Rachmaninov Halsl. In 2007, he appeared in the concert dedicated to the 80th anniversary of Mstislav Rostropovich in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory. He was a premiere performer of many contemporary compositions, among them - works by Boris Frankstein, Dinara Gabitova, Olesia Rostovskaya, Maurizio Kagel, and Vladimir Genin (a premiere performance of his vocal cycle Last moments on 29 International festival of contemporary music Moscow Autumn - 2007). In the same year, Arseni recorded this work on a CD. He is the prize-winner of International Competition in Togliatti (2002), Beethoven Days in Moscow festival (2003), Home-coming festival (Moscow, 2004).

Alexandra Kotlyarevskaya (piano) was born in 1987 in Moscow; she graduated cum laude from Gnessin Special music school. Since 2005, she has been a student of the Gnessin Academy in Moscow (with Professor Vera Nosina). She is the winner of Musical Interpretation and Pedagogics International Competition (Madeira, Portugal, 2007), Beethoven Days in Moscow festival (2003), Home-coming festival (Moscow, 2004). Alexandra gives many concerts, frequently touring about Russia and abroad.
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Edition Wolfgang Rihm - Volume 6

Edition Wolfgang Rihm - Volume 6
ID: HAEN093283000
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Orchestra

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Lars Sellergren plays Mozart - Vol. 4, Sonatas and Concertos

Lars Sellergren plays Mozart - Vol. 4, Sonatas and Concertos
ID: CDA1666-67-2
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano

Piano Sonatas (A minor, E minor, C minor); Fantasia in C minor, K. 475; Piano Concertos Nos. 19 in F major (with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Colin Davis & No. 20 (Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Carl Rune Larsson).
CD1, track 5 - Manoug Parikian, violin
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M. Voskresensky, piano - L. van Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 5, Piano sonatas No, 1, 14 "Moonlight", 17, 23 "Appassionata"

M. Voskresensky, piano  - L. van Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 5, Piano sonatas No, 1, 14 "Moonlight", 17, 23 "Appassionata"
ID: CR148
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

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F.J. Haydn - 9 Piano Trios - Beaux Arts Trio

F.J. Haydn - 9 Piano Trios - Beaux Arts Trio
ID: PTC5186179
CDs: 2
Type: SACD
Subcollection: Violin

Multichannel Hybrid SACD - DSD
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J. Brahms: Piano Quartets Nos. 1-3 (Complete) - Beaux Arts Trio

J. Brahms: Piano Quartets Nos. 1-3 (Complete) - Beaux Arts Trio
ID: PTC5186151
CDs: 2
Type: SACD
Subcollection: Piano

Multichannel Hybrid SACD - DSD
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Ludwig Thuille - Piano Quintets in E flat Major and G minor The Falk Quartet with Tomer Lev, London Conchord Ensemble

Ludwig Thuille - Piano Quintets in E flat Major and G minor The Falk Quartet with Tomer Lev, London Conchord Ensemble
ID: CHRCD001_2
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Subcollection: Chamber Ensemble

This double-disc set brought both a record label and a composer new to my ears. Thuille, who lived until 1907, was from the Tyrol and a close friend on and off of Richard Strauss. He was a pupil of Rheinberger and as a pedagogue among his own students were Ernest Bloch and Hermann Abendroth. He was a prolific though rather conservative composer and for a time was known for his operas. However, his small fame now lies mainly with his chamber music, as well as a piano concerto and a symphony. His book on harmony was a standard for many years and constitutes his standing in some musical circles.

All four of these chamber works are absolutely gorgeous, full of lovely melody and an almost ecstatic beauty. Thuille’s influences in the Sextet may recall Brahms or even Wagner at various points. There aren’t many good works for wind quintet and piano, and this one should be heard much more frequently. The French horn is very predominant, as it is in much of Richard Strauss’ music. The piano is also given an important role that sometimes expands to almost piano concerto proportions. The Larghetto second movement of the four is especially lovely, with an autumnal sort of sound that reminds one of Brahms. The Vivace finale is a speedy summing-up of the sextet, with already-heard thematic material going from instrument to instrument, and with a good humor thruout.

In the more conservative Trio one may hear influences of Borodin or Franck. Though it has some passages suffused with sorrow, the prevailing mood - especially by the fourth movement finale - is one of joy and good feeling. The two Piano Quintets were composed 21 years apart, the G minor being the early one, dating from 1880. It has a cyclic design in its three short movements, with a prayer-like central slow movement sounding like Brahms. The 1901 Piano Quintet Op. 20 is regarded as the best-known of all of Thuille’s chamber works. Almost 45 minutes in length, it balances a rather traditional approach with plenty of post-Wagnerian chromaticism. Thruout the four-movement work one hears influences of a Richard Strauss-like waltz feeling. The Adagio second movement begins with a chorale-like passage which may remind listeners of Bruckner, as it builds to a massive architectural central climax. The finale brings together some of the previous themes in a hymn-like setting, similar to many of Thuille’s works of this period.

The performances on both CDs are first rate, as are the sonics. This is one of the most enjoyable chamber music collections I have heard in years.
- John Sunier
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J.S. BACH CONCERTOS - London Conchord Ensemble & Florian Uhlig, piano

 J.S. BACH CONCERTOS - London Conchord Ensemble & Florian Uhlig, piano
ID: CHRCD014
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

Champs Hill Records is proud to re-release this double-disc set of Bach's chamber concertos - including Brandenburg concertos 2, 4, and 5 - recorded in the intimate & refreshing atmosphere of the Music Room at Champs Hill.
These inspiring works are performed here by internationally recognised young soloists and chamber musicians the London Conchord Ensemble on modern instruments and with piano.
Daniel Pailthorpe has also arranged two of Bach's best known chorales - Sheep may safely graze, and Jesu, joy of Man's desiring; delightfully performed in this new chamber version.
Classic FM magazine described the sound as “refreshing” with Gramophone praising the “awareness of period style” and saying of the original Quartz release "... If you want stylish Bach orchestral music on modern instruments.
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Soler: Six Organ Quintets / Paul Parsons, organ

Soler: Six Organ Quintets / Paul Parsons, organ
ID: GMCD7280_1
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Organ

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