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SMIRNOV, Dmitri - Composers

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Composer: SMIRNOV, Dmitri ((b. 1948))
His/her life:
Dmitry Valentinovich SMIRNOV was born on December 7, 1952 in Leningrad. He graduated from the Leningrad Conservatory in 1975 in Chorus Conducting with A. V. Mikhailov, then in 1978 in Opera and Symphony Conducting with E.P. Grikurov, and completed his postgraduate course in 1980.
Smirnov is one of the most colourful, original, and important chorus composers of today. His compositions honour the repertoires of many choirs in Russia and abroad, are broadly performed in more than 40 countries, and are inevitably acclaimed both by professional musicians and audiences.
Among the compositions of Dmitry Smirnov are opera Yerma (after the play of F. G. Lorca), chamber opera The Girl With Matches (co-authorship with S. Banevich), Musical Offering (Меssa brevis, a tribute to the memory of I. Stravinsky) for choir and instrumental ensemble, Suite to Lyrics by English and Scottish Poets for choir and two pianos, poem The Masters for narrator, male choir, brass and percussion to poetry of A. Voznesensky, cantata The Midnight Verses (to words by A. Akhmatova), Minor Cantata to Lyrics of German Poets, concertos for mixed choir a cappella to poems of N. Nekrasov, Assenting To The World (to words by A. Block), Insomnia (verses of M. Tsvetayeva), I Was Born In ’94, I Was Born In ’92 (words by O. Mandelshtam), The Birth Of A Wing (words by Y. Moritz, A. Tarkovsky, B. Pasternak), The Cypress Casket (words by I. Annensky), Concerto to Words of Russian Poets, Triptych for Choir to Words by A. Isaakian, Selected Prayers of St. John Chrysostom, minor choral pieces, instrumental chamber music, music for theatre and cinema.
The concerto Annunciation was composed in 1984 to the order from a female choir of the city of Plovdiv, Bulgaria, to lyrics of a world classic, famous Bulgarian poet Peyo Yavorov (1873–1914).
The choral concerto We Chant To You to texts of Orthodox sermons was composed to order for the Children’s Choir of Television and Radio in 1998 and dedicated to the 200th anniversary of A. S. Pushkin. The premiere of the concerto was given on March 24, 1999 at the Grand Philharmonic Hall of St. Petersburg. It was the opening day of the 10th International Children’s Festival of Music dedicated to commemoration of the great Russian poet.
Three Songs for Children’s Choir A Cappella to words by F. G. Lorca were written in 1988, also to be first performed by the St. Petersburg Children’s Choir conducted by Stanislav Gribkov.
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Chant Du Saxophone Tenor - Bijl Niels / Hans-Erik von Dijkstra

Chant Du Saxophone Tenor - Bijl Niels / Hans-Erik von Dijkstra
ID: ACDHN014-2
CDs: 1
Type: SACD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: New Music

SACD Hybrid Disc (SACDH) = CD Digital Audio + Super Audio CD
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Smirnov - Our Lady's Rejoicing in Sorrow - L. Shkirtil

Smirnov - Our Lady's Rejoicing in Sorrow - L. Shkirtil
ID: NFPMA9926
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Choir

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Recorded Live in a concert of the Fifth Northern Flowers International Chamber Music Festival. St. Peter and Paul"s Cathedral. St. Petersburg, October 20 th, 2004

CD series “St. Petersburg Musical Archive”
“St. Petersburg Musical Archive” is a series dedicated to St. Petersburg’s 300th anniversary. Many of the works in this series will be CD premieres, and many of the recordings will introduce famous St. Petersburg musicians, composers and ensembles as well as new performing artists. The “St. Petersburg Musical Archive” series includes rediscovering forgotten works - both of the 19th and 20th centuries.
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Orchestra virtuosos - Lev Mikhailov, saxophone - Glazunov -Hindemith - Smirnov - Rueff

Orchestra virtuosos - Lev Mikhailov, saxophone - Glazunov -Hindemith - Smirnov - Rueff
ID: VVCD-00232
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Saxophone

Recorded: 1979, 1980

Lev Mikhailov, saxophone soprano (1-4, 9-19), saxophone alto (5-8)
Grand Symphony Orchestra Soloists’ Ensemble, conductor Alexander Korneyev
Alexander Oseitchuk, saxophone alto (2-4, 9-19)
Yuri Vorontsov, saxophone tenor (2-4)
Vladimir Eryomin, saxophone baritone (2-4, 9-19)
Alexei Nabatov, saxophone tenor (9-19)
Alexei Nasedkin, piano, reading (5 - 8)
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