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Opis: Russian Piano Trios - The Moscow Trio, Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Utkin, Alexander Bonduriansky

This 3-disc collection showcases Russian piano trios from the mid-nineteenth to early-twentieth centuries. Piano trios were unheard of for Russian composers until Mikhail Glinka wrote one in 1832; it earned the epithet 'Pathétique' as it seemed to be a reflection of Glinka's general sadness at the time of writing, the piece alternating between caustic tension and attempts at light-hearted optimism. A mournful, melancholic influence then became characteristic of the Russian piano trio: Tchaikovsky unknowingly created a tradition when he composed his offering in 1882 -- one of his greatest chamber works and which he dedicated to his recently deceased and much-missed friend Nikolay Rubinstein. On several subsequent occasions, piano trios were written as memorials.

The collection also includes the mathematically-governed trio of Sergey Taneyev, who had gained a reputation as a cerebral composer, and the trio of Rimsky-Korsakov, whose mastery of opera and vocal writing can be seen in the final movement as each instrument takes on its own 'voice' and emotion -- thus resembling an interaction between characters. Alexander Borodin used the Classical model for his trio, although it contains surprising chromaticism as well as dramatic changes of temperament, including the tragic hymn in the second movement. Anton Arensky's take on the genre completes the collection.

The Moscow Piano Trio was formed in 1976 and has achieved huge success in international competitions, notably winning the Maurice Ravel Gold Medal at the Bordeaux 'Mai Musical'. The trio is comprised of pianist Alexander Bonduriansky, violinist Vladimir Ivanov and cellist Mikhail Utkin.

Other information:
- Recorded July 1990 (CD1--2) and January 1992 (CD3), Tchaikovsky Conservatoire, Moscow
- A fine and substantial collection of piano trios by Russian composers: full blooded, highly romantic works, which express the Slavonic soul in the deeply sonorous vibrations of the cello, the soaring melodic lines of the violin and the brilliant and virtuosic flourishes of the piano.
- Excellent performances by the famous Moscow Trio.
- Extensive liner notes on each work in the booklet and artist biographies.


Szczegóły: Russian Piano Trios - The Moscow Trio, Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Utkin, Alexander Bonduriansky

Nazwa: Russian Piano Trios
Autor: The Moscow Trio, Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Utkin, Alexander Bonduriansky
Kod paskowy: 5028421947129
Języki: angielski
Format: 14.0x12.0cm
Oprawa: Plastikowa
Waga: 0.19 kg
Wykonawca: The Moscow Trio, Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Utkin, Alexander Bonduriansky
Typ głównego nośnika: AC
Ilość nośników: 3
Opis nośników:

1. Russian Piano Trios CD 1 Tchaikovsky ? Glinka (CD-Audio)
   1. I. Pezzo elegiaco (koncert - utwór 22:40)
   2. IIa. Tema con variazione: Andante con moto (koncert - utwór 20:24)
   3. IIb. Variazione finale e coda (koncert - utwór 12:46)
   4. I. Allegro moderato (koncert - utwór 05:16)
   5. II. Scherzo: Vivacissimo (koncert - utwór 03:31)
   6. III. Largo (koncert - utwór 05:01)
   7. IV. Allegro con spirito (koncert - utwór 02:10)

2. Russian Piano Trios CD 2 Arensky ? Taneyev (CD-Audio)
   1. I. Allegro moderato (koncert - utwór 13:24)
   2. II. Scherzo: Allegro molto (koncert - utwór 06:08)
   3. III. Élégie: Adagio (koncert - utwór 06:47)
   4. IV. Finale: Allegro non troppo (koncert - utwór 06:38)
   5. I. Allegro (koncert - utwór 12:14)
   6. II. Allegro molto (koncert - utwór 12:21)
   7. III. Andante espressivo (koncert - utwór 06:36)
   8. IV. Finale (koncert - utwór 11:17)

3. Russian Piano Trios CD 3 Rimsky-Korsakov ? Borodin (CD-Audio)
   1. I. Allegro assai (koncert - utwór 15:25)
   2. II. Allegro (koncert - utwór 04:40)
   3. III. Adagio (koncert - utwór 09:24)
   4. IV. Allegro assai (koncert - utwór 15:30)
   5. I. Allegro con brio (koncert - utwór 06:19)
   6. II. Romance: Andante (koncert - utwór 07:45)
   7. III. Intermezzo: Tempo di minuetto (koncert - utwór 07:55)



Recenzje: Russian Piano Trios - The Moscow Trio, Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Utkin, Alexander Bonduriansky

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This 3-disc collection showcases Russian piano trios from the mid-nineteenth to early-twentieth centuries. Piano trios were unheard of for Russian composers until Mikhail Glinka wrote one in 1832; it earned the epithet 'Pathétique' as it seemed to be a reflection of Glinka's general sadness at the time of writing, the piece alternating between caustic tension and attempts at light-hearted optimism. A mournful, melancholic influence then became characteristic of the Russian piano trio: Tchaikovsky unknowingly created a tradition when he composed his offering in 1882 -- one of his greatest chamber works and which he dedicated to his recently deceased and much-missed friend Nikolay Rubinstein. On several subsequent occasions, piano trios were written as memorials. The collection also includes the mathematically-governed trio of Sergey Taneyev, who had gained a reputation as a cerebral composer, and the trio of Rimsky-Korsakov, whose mastery of opera and vocal writing can be seen in the final movement as each instrument takes on its own 'voice' and emotion -- thus resembling an interaction between characters. Alexander Borodin used the Classical model for his trio, although it contains surprising chromaticism as well as dramatic changes of temperament, including the tragic hymn in the second movement. Anton Arensky's take on the genre completes the collection. The Moscow Piano Trio was formed in 1976 and has achieved huge success in international competitions, notably winning the Maurice Ravel Gold Medal at the Bordeaux 'Mai Musical'. The trio is comprised of pianist Alexander Bonduriansky, violinist Vladimir Ivanov and cellist Mikhail Utkin. Other information: - Recorded July 1990 (CD1--2) and January 1992 (CD3), Tchaikovsky Conservatoire, Moscow - A fine and substantial collection of piano trios by Russian composers: full blooded, highly romantic works, which express the Slavonic soul in the deeply sonorous vibrations of the cello, the soaring melodic lines of the violin and the brilliant and virtuosic flourishes of the piano. - Excellent performances by the famous Moscow Trio. - Extensive liner notes on each work in the booklet and artist biographies.

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Szczegóły: Russian Piano Trios - The Moscow Trio, Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Utkin, Alexander Bonduriansky

Nazwa: Russian Piano Trios
Autor: The Moscow Trio, Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Utkin, Alexander Bonduriansky
Kod paskowy: 5028421947129
Języki: angielski
Format: 14.0x12.0cm
Oprawa: Plastikowa
Waga: 0.19 kg
Wykonawca: The Moscow Trio, Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Utkin, Alexander Bonduriansky
Typ głównego nośnika: AC
Ilość nośników: 3
Opis nośników:

1. Russian Piano Trios CD 1 Tchaikovsky ? Glinka (CD-Audio)
   1. I. Pezzo elegiaco (koncert - utwór 22:40)
   2. IIa. Tema con variazione: Andante con moto (koncert - utwór 20:24)
   3. IIb. Variazione finale e coda (koncert - utwór 12:46)
   4. I. Allegro moderato (koncert - utwór 05:16)
   5. II. Scherzo: Vivacissimo (koncert - utwór 03:31)
   6. III. Largo (koncert - utwór 05:01)
   7. IV. Allegro con spirito (koncert - utwór 02:10)

2. Russian Piano Trios CD 2 Arensky ? Taneyev (CD-Audio)
   1. I. Allegro moderato (koncert - utwór 13:24)
   2. II. Scherzo: Allegro molto (koncert - utwór 06:08)
   3. III. Élégie: Adagio (koncert - utwór 06:47)
   4. IV. Finale: Allegro non troppo (koncert - utwór 06:38)
   5. I. Allegro (koncert - utwór 12:14)
   6. II. Allegro molto (koncert - utwór 12:21)
   7. III. Andante espressivo (koncert - utwór 06:36)
   8. IV. Finale (koncert - utwór 11:17)

3. Russian Piano Trios CD 3 Rimsky-Korsakov ? Borodin (CD-Audio)
   1. I. Allegro assai (koncert - utwór 15:25)
   2. II. Allegro (koncert - utwór 04:40)
   3. III. Adagio (koncert - utwór 09:24)
   4. IV. Allegro assai (koncert - utwór 15:30)
   5. I. Allegro con brio (koncert - utwór 06:19)
   6. II. Romance: Andante (koncert - utwór 07:45)
   7. III. Intermezzo: Tempo di minuetto (koncert - utwór 07:55)



Recenzje: Russian Piano Trios - The Moscow Trio, Vladimir Ivanov, Mikhail Utkin, Alexander Bonduriansky

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