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  • The Russian Guitar 1800-1850

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    This comprehensive release is a celebration of the astonishing presence of the guitar in Russia at the beginning of the 19th century. Just the sheer number of composers featured on this 7CD album exemplifies how popular the instrument was. Though many of these composers have now fallen into obscurity, their works live on – discovered by renowned guitarist Oleg Timofeyev, an expert on the music of this time. Mr Timofeyev is known for reviving the seven-string Russian guitar, and it is on this instrument that he performs these works, many of which have never been recorded before.

    Artists: Oleg Timofeyev (Russian seven-string guitar), John Schneiderman (Russian seven-string guitar ), Dan Caraway (Russian seven-string guitar ), Anne Harley (soprano ), Etienne Abelin (classical violin), Kenneth Slowik (fortepiano)

    00:00:00 (Andrey Sychra) The Poor Branch
    00:05:04 (Andrey Sychra) In the Valley
    00:12:35 (Andrey Sychra) Troïka
    00:17:22 (Andrey Sychra) In the Garden
    00:21:30 (Andrey Sychra) Four Études: Étude No. 1
    00:30:10 (Andrey Sychra) Four Études: Étude No. 2
    00:35:08 (Andrey Sychra) Four Études: Étude No. 3
    00:41:10 (Andrey Sychra) Four Études: Étude No. 4
    00:48:02 (Andrey Sychra) Variations on Weber’s Last Thought
    00:56:13 (Andrey Sychra) Rondo à la Savoyard
    01:00:57 (Semion Aksionov) Kamarinskaia
    01:05:48 (Semion Aksionov) In the Valley
    01:11:06 (Semion Aksionov) Exercise in A Minor
    01:12:27 (Semion Aksionov) Feel Bad
    01:16:25 (Semion Aksionov) Pour biendans ma chaumière
    01:20:07 (Semion Aksionov) How Did I Upset You?
    01:24:16 (Semion Aksionov) Akh vy seni
    01:28:38 (Semion Aksionov) Mozart Variations
    01:33:29 (Mikhail Vysotsky) March
    01:37:45 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Stop Singing, oh Nature’s Friend
    01:41:00 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Love Pear
    01:45:39 (Alexander Vetrov) You Won’t Believe
    01:53:08 (Alexander Vetrov) Étude in D Major
    01:56:26 (Alexander Vetrov) Étude in G Major
    01:59:24 (Alexander Vetrov) Étude in A Minor
    02:02:31 (Alexander Vetrov) Rondoletto
    02:05:42 (Ignaz von Held)Rondo
    02:07:29 (Ignaz von Held)Polonaise de Mars
    02:11:48 (Joseph Kamensky) Sonata for Violin and Seven-string Guitar: I. Allegro moderato
    02:19:13 (Joseph Kamensky) Sonata for Violin and Seven-string Guitar: II. Polish Song with Variations
    02:24:51 (Ludwig Sychra) Fantasia
    02:31:03 (Vladimir Lvov) Sonata: I. Allegro moderato
    02:39:17 (Vladimir Lvov) Sonata: II. Rondo. Allegretto
    02:44:18 (Anon.) D’un mensonge
    02:45:52(Anon.) On dit que sans espérance
    02:47:37 (Anon.) À ma Clémence
    02:49:47 (Andrey Sychra) Polonaise
    02:52:15 (Ferdinando Antonolini) Perduta l’arbitra
    02:55:24 (Domenico Cimarosa) Se m’abandoni
    02:58:32 (A. Svientitsky) Variations
    03:02:47 (A. Svientitsky) Kozak – Air russe
    03:05:09 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Fantasia
    03:07:31 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Not a Peacock
    03:12:42 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Troïka
    03:16:43 (Mikhail Vysotsky) I Loved Rose
    03:20:38 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Don’t Be Surprised
    03:23:00 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Fantasia on the Themes from Cramer’s Études
    03:26:24 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Remember, My Friend
    03:31:31 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Bach’s Fugue
    03:35:36 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Cossack
    03:41:03 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Rondo
    03:44:18 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Go Home, Dear Cow
    03:51:15 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Ukrainian Song
    03:53:18 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Ogiński’s Polonaise
    03:57:31 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Ah, Mother, I Have a Headache
    04:01:53 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Vanyusha
    04:04:15 (Andrey Sychra) Polonaise
    04:12:07 (Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka) Polonaise
    04:16:11 (Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka) Kamarinskaia
    04:23:21 (Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka) Potpourri from Life for the Tsar
    04:33:50 (Michał Kleofas Ogiński) Polonaise in A Major
    04:37:09 (Michał Kleofas Ogiński) Polonaise in F Minor
    04:43:18 (Andrey Sychra) Variations on Two Songs
    04:59:15 (Pierre Rode) Polonaise
    05:05:03 (Nikolai Alexandrov) My Heart
    05:07:12 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Graziella
    05:09:32 (Nikolai Alexandrov) It is Hard for Me
    05:11:19 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Gallop
    05:14:25 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Scherzo
    05:18:40 (Nikolai Alexandrov) L’Illusion perdue
    05:20:08 (Nikolai Alexandrov) An Orphan’s Song
    05:21:33 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Ballad
    05:23:31 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Prayer
    05:26:01 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Melody
    05:27:53 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Capriccio in B Minor
    05:30:28 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Capriccio in G Major
    05:33:01 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Tyrolian Waltz
    05:34:18 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Waltz
    05:35:30 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Two Marches: No. 1
    05:37:07 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Two Marches: No. 2

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  • The Best of Classical Music - 50 Greatest Pieces: Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Bach...

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    THE BEST OF CLASSICAL MUSIC

    1 MOZART Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: I. Allegro 00:00
    2 VIVALDI The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 1 Spring: I. Allegro 05:58
    3 STRAUSS II An der schönen blauen Donau, Op. 314 09:15
    4 RACHMANINOFF Symphony No. 2, Op. 27: III. Adagio 20:39
    5 TCHAIKOVSKY Swan Lake: Scene by a Lake 34:48
    6 BEETHOVEN Piano Sonata No. 14, Moonlight Sonata: I. Adagio sostenuto 37:19
    7 LISZT Consolations, S. 172: No. 3, Lento placido 42:11
    8 SAINT-SAENS The Carnival of the Animals: XIII, The Swan 46:10
    9 SCHUMANN 5 Pieces in Folk Style, Op. 102: No. 2, Langsam 48:48
    10 RACHMANINOFF Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini: Var. XVIII 53:19
    11 DEBUSSY 2 Arabesques: No. 1, Andantino con moto 56:15
    12 CHOPIN Nocturnes, Op. 9: No. 2 1:00:21
    13 BACH Orchestral Suite No. 3, BWV 1068: II. Air on the G String 1:04:39
    14 HAYDN Cello Concerto No. 2, Op. 101: II. Adagio 1:07:56
    15 TCHAIKOVSKY Serenade for Strings, Op. 48: II. Valse 1:12:23
    16 GRIEG Holberg Suite, Op. 40: II. Sarabande 1:16:07
    17 SIBELIUS Andante Festivo 1:19:50
    18 TOSCA Vissi d’arte 1:23:56
    19 TCHAIKOVSKY Romeo & Juliet: Fantasy Overture 1:26:34
    20 MOZART Die Zauberflöte, K. 620: Ouverture 1:46:31
    21 STRAUSS II Frühlingsstimmen, Op. 410 1:53:43
    22 MENDELSSOHN Symphony No. 4, Op. 90 Italian: IV. Saltarello. Presto 2:01:16
    23 VIVALDI The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 2, RV 315 Summer: III. Presto 2:07:13
    24 MOZART Symphony No. 40, K. 550: I. Molto allegro 2:09:51
    25 BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 3, Op. 55 ‘Eroica’: I. Allegro con brio 2:18:01
    26 ROSSINI The Barber of Seville: Overture 2:32:52
    27 MUSSORGSKY Night on a Bare Mountain 2:39:46
    28 MOZART Symphony No., K. 551 Jupiter: IV. Molto Allegro 2:50:59
    29 BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 6, Op. 68 Pastoral: I. Allegro ma non troppo 2:59:53
    30 WAGNER Siegfried Idyll 3:10:44
    31 MOZART Le Nozze di Figaro: Voi che sapete 3:30:13
    32 MOZART Don Giovanni: Non più andrai, farfallone amoroso 3:32:26
    33 BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, BWV 1048: I. Allegro 3:35:44
    34 TELEMANN Viola Concerto, TWV 51:G9: I. Largo 3:41:34
    35 BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7, Op. 92: II. Allegretto 3:45:07
    36 SATIE Trois Gymnopedies: No. 1, Lent et doloreux 3:54:07
    37 CHOPIN Nocturne in C sharp minor, Op. Posth. 3:56:55
    38 LISZT Liebesträume, S. 541: No. 3 4:01:33
    39 SCHUMANN Kinderszenen, Op. 15: No. 7, Träumerei 4:07:12
    40 CHOPIN 24 Préludes, Op. 28: No. 15, Raindrop 4:10:26
    41 DEBUSSY Suite bergamasque, L. 75: No. 3, Clair de lune 4:16:57
    42 CHOPIN Nocturnes, Op. 27: No. 2, Lento sostenuto 4:21:43
    43 SATIE Gnossiennes: No. 1, Lent 4:27:39
    44 MOZART Fantasia in D minor, K. 397 4:30:47
    45 MOZART Piano Sonata No. 11, K 331: III. Alla Turca 4:37:25
    46 LISZT Grandes études de Paganini, S. 141: No. 3, La campanella 4:41:03
    47 CHOPIN Ballade No. 4, Op. 52 (live recording) 4:46:01
    48 CHOPIN Études, Op. 10: No. 12, Revolutionary 4:58:47
    49 RIMSKY-KORSAKOV The Tale of Tsar Saltan: Flight of the Bumblebee 5:01:28
    50 SAINT-SAENS Danse Macabre 5:02:49

    1, 20: Opole Philharmonic Orchestra, Werner Stiefel (1), Alexandr Tracz (20)
    2, 5, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 23, 25, 27, 33: Metamorphose String Orchestra, Pavel Lyubomudrov
    Violin on The Four Seasons: Yuliya Lebedenko
    Cello on 14: Mikael Samsonov
    3: Donetsk Philharmonic Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    4: Kyiv State Symphony Orchestra, Yurii Nykonenko
    6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 44: Luke Faulkner
    8: Sarah Joy, Kathy Hohstadt
    9: Ignacy Gaydamovich, Janusz Grzelązka
    13, 49, 50: Otri Trio
    18: Ukrainian Philharmonic Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    21: Vilnius Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    22, 26, 28, 29, 30: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta
    31, 32: Moldavian Symphony Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    34: Giovanni Antonioni (viola), Orchestra Sinfonica Warmia, Silvano Frontalini
    35: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta
    36, 43: Carlo Balzaretti
    37, 40, 47: Vadim Chaimovich
    38, 39, 45: Giovanni Umberto Battel
    41, 42, 46, 48: Rogerio Tutti

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  • Russian Classical Music | Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff, Rimskij-Korsakov

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    RUSSIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC

    PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY

    Serenade for Strings in C Major, Op.48
    I. Allegro 00:00
    II. Valse 09:57
    III. Élégie 13:53
    IV. Vivace 23:22
    Aachen Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

    Lo Schiaccianoci, Op. 71a
    No. 1, Miniature Overture. Allegro giusto 31:13
    No. 2a, La marcia 34:27
    No. 2b, Danza della Fata confetto 36:56
    No. 2c, Danza Russa 39:04
    No. 2d, Danza araba 40:18
    No. 2e, Danza cinese 43:58
    No. 2f, Danza dei mirliton (zufoli) 45:20
    No. 3, Valzer dei fiori 47:58
    La marcia: Metamorphose String Orchestra conducted by Pavel Lyubomudrov

    Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 74 Pathetique
    I. Adagio - Allegro ma non troppo 55:02
    II. Allegro con grazia 1:13:05
    III. Allegro molto vivace 1:21:01
    IV. Adagio lamentoso 1:30:14
    Wroclaw Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Natalia Ponomarchuk

    Swan Lake, Op. 20: Act III, No. 21 Spanish Dance 1:40:13
    Metamorphose String Orchestra conducted by Pavel Lyubomudrov

    SERGEI PROKOFIEV

    Suite No. 1 from Romeo and Juliet, Op. 64bis: No. 6, Death of Tybalt 1:42:23
    Suite No. 2 from Romeo and Juliet, Op. 64ter: No. 3, Friar Laurence 1:46:54
    Metamorphose String Orchestra conducted by Pavel Lyubomudrov

    Piano Sonata No. 7 in B-Flat Major, Op. 83
    I. Allegro inquieto 1:49:02
    II. Andante caloroso 1:57:14
    III. Precipitato 2:04:18
    Piano: Giovanni Umberto Battel

    SERGEI RACHMANINOFF

    Piano Sonata No. 2 in B-Flat Minor, Op. 36
    I. Allegro agitato 2:07:45
    II. Non allegro – Lento 2:16:29
    III. L'istesso tempo - Allegro molto 2:23:34
    Piano: Giovanni Umberto Battel

    NIKOLAJ RIMSKIJ-KORSAKOV

    Shéhérazade, Op. 35
    I. The Sea and Sinbad's Ship 2:29:20
    II. The Kalendar Prince 2:39:21
    III. The Young Prince and the Young Princess 2:51:44
    IV. Festival at Baghdad - The Sea - The Ship Breaks Against a Cliff Surmounted by a Bronze Horseman 3:01:57
    Gediminas Dalinkevičius, Symphonic Rai TV Vilnius Orchestra conducted by Silvano Frontalini

    Painting: Rafail Levitsky Bridge in the Woods (1885-86)

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  • Reinhold Glière - Violin Concerto, Op. 100

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    Reinhold Moritzevich Glière (Russian: Рейнгольд Морицевич Глиэр, Ukrainian: Ре́йнгольд Мо́ріцевич Гліер / Reingol'd Moritsevich Glier; born Reinhold Ernest Glier, which was later converted for standardization purposes; 11 January 1875 [O.S. 30 December 1874] – 23 June 1956), was a composer in the Russian Empire and Soviet Union, of German and Polish descent.

    Violin Concerto in G minor, Op. 100 (1956)
    completed by Boris Lyatoshinsky (1895-1968)

    One movement

    Yuko Nishino, violin and the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Yondani Butt

    It should be noted that despite the allocation of an opus number, the work was actually completed from the sketches by the Ukrainian composer, Boris Lyatoshinsky. We are not told in the liner notes how much input from Lyatoshinsky was involved or whether this is merely a completion of the opening movement of Gliere's projected work: it sounds like a torso, rather than a concerto that was conceived in one movement, and Gliere's late cello and horn concertos were both written in the conventional three movement form.

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  • Charm of autumn. Slobozhanskiy National Park. НПП Слобожанский. Green Video Music

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    Slobozhanskiy National park is located in the Krasnokutsk district of Kharkiv region, Ukraine.

    Coordinates: N 50°05'09, E 35°12'56
    The mailing address of administration: Zarechna str.,15, Krasnokutsk, Krasnokutsk district, Kharkiv region, 62000, Ukraine
    Tel: +38 (05756) 3 12 61
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    e-mail: npp_slobozhanskiy@ukr.net

    It was created by Presidential Decree of 11th of December, 2009.

    Territory of the park: 5244 ha
    Submission: Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine
    Slobozhanskiy National park is the nature reserved fund object of national importance.

    Slobozhanskiy National park is situated in the valley of Merla river, which crosses Krasnokutsk district of Kharkiv region, and is one of the most important forest landscape complexes of left-bank forest-steppe Ukraine. Here you can see broad upland plateau in south-western spurs of the Central Russian Upland, and between them low-lying river valleys elements: floodplains, terraces, acting channels, oxbow lakes, marshes, meadows, land slopes of the valleys which are all combined in a beautiful harmony.

    Park combines the natural features of two zones – marsh forest and forest-steppe. An important special feature of the park is the existence of relict sphagnum marshes.

    The park is situated on the left and right banks of the river Merla and at the confluence of rivers Merla and Merchik. Important elements of the landscape are the floodplains of Merla, Merchik and their small tributaries.

    The diversity of landscapes in the territory of Slobozhanskiy National park predetermines biodiversity. These islands of marsh forest are surrounded by birch and alder thickets and create conditions which are suitable for life of plants and animals which areatypical for this area. A significant number of flora and fauna species need special protection.

    In the territory of Slobozhanskiy National park numerous flora species can be found: heather, cranberry, alpine clover, houseleek, Sambucus nigra, indigo bush, cotton grass, common sundew, peach-leaved bellflower, creeping cedar, marsh cinquefoil, lesser butterfly-orchid, horsetail, etc. Unique vegetation of the park consists of 9 groups, which are included in the Green Book of Ukraine. According to the application of the Berne Convention, in the territory of the park there are 13 plant communities, which need to be protected in Europe, 60 rare species of vascular plants, 12 of which are listed in the Red Book of Ukraine. Far not all species have been already studied and included to the list.

    Faunistic complexes of Slobozhanskiy National park include more than 60 rare species, among which 8 species are listed in the European Red List, 20 species - in the Red Book of Ukraine (1994), 33 species - in the Red List of the Kharkiv region. Here you can find such wildlife species as otter, European mink, stoat, badger, fox, hare, roedeer, wild boar, short-toed snake eagle, grey owl, small sandpiper, stork, ardea, crane, smooth snake, Nikolsky’s adder, viviparous lizard and others.
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  • Classical Music for Studying & Brain Power | Mozart, Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky...

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    CLASSICAL MUSIC FOR STUDYING & BRAIN POWER
    Mozart, Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky...

    1 TELEMANN - Viola Concerto in G Major, TWV 51:G9: I. Largo 00:00
    2 TELEMANN - Viola Concerto in G Major, TWV 51:G9: IV. Presto 03:33
    3 STAMITZ - Sinfonia Concertante in D Major: II. Romanza 06:38
    4 LITVINOVSKY - Suite for Strings “Le Grand Cahier”: I. La Foret et la Riviere 13:13
    5 LITVINOVSKY - Suite for Strings “Le Grand Cahier”: VI. Le Bain 15:59
    6 LITVINOVSKY - Suite for Strings “Le Grand Cahier”: VIII. Theatre 18:12
    7 TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 74 Pathétique: II. Allegro con grazia 20:54
    8 TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings, Op. 48: II. Valse 28:51
    9 MENDELSSOHN - Songs Without Words, Book 1, Op. 19b: No. 1, Andante con moto 32:37
    10 MOZART - Flute and Harp Concerto in C Major, K. 299: II. Andantino 36:27
    11 CORELLI - Concerto Grosso No. 1 in D Major, Op. 6: I. Largo 44:36
    12 VIVALDI - String Concerto in G Minor, RV 152: II. Andante molto 47:33
    13 VIVALDI - Concerto for Strings & Continuo in C Major, RV 113: II. Grave 49:23
    14 SCHUMANN - Kinderszenen, Op. 15: No. 7, Träumerei 51:09
    15 CORELLI - Concerto Grosso No. 9 in F Major, Op. 6
    I. Preludio. Largo 54:08
    II. Allemanda. Allegro 56:16
    III. Corrente. Vivace 59:11
    IV. Gavotta. Allegro 1:01:05
    16 SIBELIUS - Andante Festivo 1:02:09
    17 SAINT-SAENS - The Carnival of the Animals: XIII, The Swan 1:06:15
    18 TRAD. - Greensleves (with variations) 1:08:54
    19 PUCCINI - Tosca: Vissi d’Arte (instrumental version) 1:12:22
    20 MENDELSSOHN - Songs Without Words, Book 2, Op. 30: No. 6, Venetian Boat Song 1:15:01
    21 SCHUBERT - Four Impromptus, Op. 90, D. 899: No. 3 in G-Flat Major (Live Recording) 1:18:34
    22 GRIEG - Holberg Suite, Op. 40
    II. Sarabande 1:24:41
    III. Gavotte 1:28:23
    23 VIVALDI - The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 4, RV 297 Winter: II. Largo 1:31:37
    24 VIVALDI - The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 1, RV 269 Spring: II. Largo e pianissimo sempre 1:33:35
    25 TCHAIKOVSKY - The Seasons, Op. 37b
    No. 1, January. By the Fireside 1:35:58
    No. 6, June. Barcarolle 1:41:17
    26 PROKOFIEV - Suite No. 2 from Romeo and Juliet, Op. 64ter: No. 3, Friar Laurence 1:46:33
    27 VERDI - Un Ballo in Maschera: Saper vorreste (instrumental version) 1:48:42
    28 MOZART - Le Nozze di Figaro: Voi che sapete (instrumental version) 1:50:48
    29 GALUPPI - Piano Sonata No. 5 in C Major: I. Andante (Live Recording) 1:53:02
    30 MOZART - Rondò in D Major, K. 485 (Live Recording) 1:58:14

    1, 2, 3: Giovanni Antonioni (viola), Warmia Symphony Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    4-6, 8, 16, 22, 26: Metamorphose String Orchestra
    7: Wroclaw Symphonic Orchestra, Natalia Ponomarchuk
    9, 14, 20, 21, 25, 29, 30: Vadim Chaimovich (solo piano)
    10: Opole Philarmonic Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini, Ursula Mazurek
    11 & 15: Kiev Chamber Orchestra, Liviu Buiuc
    12, 13: Kaunas Chamber Orchestra, Marek Tracz (12), Silvano Frontalini (13)
    17: Sarah Joy (cello), Kathy Hohstadt (piano)
    18: Duo.Hansen: Julia (violin) and Adam (cello)
    19: Ukrainian Philharmonic Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    23, 24: Yuliya Lebedenko (violin), Metamorphose String Orchestra, Pavel Lyubomudrov
    27, 28: Moldavian Symphony Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini

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  • Russian Favorites: Masterpieces of classical music from Russian composers - Classical MPR Playlist

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    00:00
    Modest Mussorgsky
    Pictures at an Exhibition: Promenade (arr. Maurice Ravel)
    Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
    Daniel Nazareth, conductor

    01:54
    Mikhail Glinka
    Ruslan and Ludmila: Overture
    Moscow Symphony Orchestra
    Antonio de Almeida, conductor

    07:10
    Sergei Rachmaninoff
    10 Preludes, op. 23: No. 5
    Idil Beret, piano

    11:09
    Peter Tchaikovsky
    Swan Lake: Scene
    Philharmonia Cassovia
    Andrew Mogrelia, conductor

    13:46
    Alexander Borodin
    In the Steppes of Central Asia
    Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
    Daniel Nazareth, conductor

    21:49
    Alexander Glazunov
    The Seasons: Autumn - Adagio
    Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Ondrej Lenard, conductor

    25:33
    Sergei Prokofiev
    Lieutenant Kije Suite: IV. Troika
    Slovak State Philharmonic, Kosice
    Andrew Mogrelia, conductor

    28:30
    Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov
    Scheherazade: I. The Sea and Sinbad's Ship
    CSR Symphony Orchestra, Bratislava
    Ondrej Lenard, conductor

    38:01
    Sergei Prokofiev
    Symphony No. 1 Classical
    Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
    Stephen Gunzenhauser, conductor

    51:58
    Modest Mussorgsky
    A Night on Bald Mountain (arr. Rimsky-Korsakov)
    Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
    Daniel Nazareth, conductor

    1:03:51
    Peter Tchaikovsky
    Serenade for Strings: II. Waltz
    Ukrainian Chamber Orchestra
    Theodore Kuchar, conductor

    1:07:32
    Peter Tchaikovsky
    Slavonic March
    Philharmonia Cassovia
    Johannes Wildner, conductor

    1:16:37
    Peter Tchaikovsky
    Eugene Onegin, Act III, Scene I: Polonaise
    Philharmonia Cassovia
    Johannes Wildner, conductor

    1:21:27
    Alexander Borodin
    Symphony No. 2: I. Allegro
    Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Stephen Gunzenhauser

    1:28:19
    Alexander Borodin
    Polovtsian Dances
    Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
    Daniel Nazareth, conductor

    1:41:01
    Peter Tchaikovsky
    1812 Overture
    Philharmonia Cassovia
    Johannes Wildner, conductor

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  • The Best of Liszt

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    A beautiful collection of over 30 piano works by Hungarian composer Franz Liszt. Liszt gained a renown in Europe during the early nineteenth century for his prodigious virtuosic skill as a pianist. Some of his most notable musical contributions were the invention of the symphonic poem, developing the concept of thematic transformation as part of his experiments in musical form, and making radical departures in harmony.

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    Track list:
    00:00:00 Années de pèlerinage I, S. 160: IX. Les cloches de Genève played by Misha Dacic
    00:05:07 Fantasy & Fugue on the Theme B.A.C.H., S.260 played by Tyler Hay
    00:16:57 2 Légendes, S. 175: II. St. François de Paul marchant sur les flots played by Leonardo Pierdomenico
    00:25:53 Ouvertüre from Tannhäuser, S. 442 played by François Dumont
    00:42:08 Années de pelerinage Book 1, S. 160: VI. Vallée d’Obermann played by Enrico Pace
    00:55:59 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 11 in A Minor, S.244/11 played by Maltempo Vincenzo
    01:01:55 Années de pelerinage Book 1, S. 160: IV. Au bord d’une source played by Enrico Pace
    01:05:53 Csárdás macabre, S. 224 played by Leonardo Pierdomenico
    01:13:31 Années de pèlerinage Book 2, S.161: VII. Après une lecture de Dante played by Enrico Pace
    01:30:00 Glanes de Woronince, S. 249: I. Ballade Ukraine played by Misha Dacic
    01:37:49 Mephisto Waltz No. 1, S. 514 played by Alexander Gavrylyuk
    01:49:17 Bagatelle sans tonalité, S. 216a played by Philipp Kopachevsky
    01:52:00 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12 in C-Sharp Minor, S.244/12 played by Maltempo Vincenzo
    02:02:17 Consolation No. 3 in D-Flat Major, S. 172 played by Alexander Gavrylyuk
    02:06:26 Années de pèlerinage III, S.163: II. Les jeux d’eaux à la villa d’este played by Tyler Hay
    02:14:09 Grosses Konzertsolo, S. 170 played by Misha Dacic
    02:30:19 Années de pèlerinage Book 2, S.161: IV. Sonetto 47 del Petrarca played by Enrico Pace
    02:35:34 2 Légendes, S. 175: I. St. François d’Assise. La prédication aux oiseaux played by Leonardo Pierdomenico
    02:45:27 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 15 in A Minor, S.244/15 played by Maltempo Vincenzo
    02:51:16 Études d’exécution transcendante, S. 139: IV. Mazeppa, allegro in D Minor played by Andrey Gugnin
    02:58:43 Années de pelerinage Book 1, S. 160: II. Au lac de Wallenstadt played by Enrico Pace
    03:01:53 Études d’exécution transcendante, S. 139: V. Feux follets, allegretto in B-Flat Major played by Andrey Gugnin
    03:05:36 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 9 in E-Flat Major, S.244/9 played by Maltempo Vincenzo
    03:16:56 Réminiscences de Norma, S. 394 played by Mark Viner
    03:34:43 Variations on the Theme of Bach Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, S.179 played by Tyler Hay
    03:49:02Mephisto Waltz No. 3, S. 216 played by Philipp Kopachevsky
    03:57:10 Études d’exécution transcendante, S. 139: XI. Harmonies du soir, andantino in D-Flat Major played by Andrey Gugnin
    04:04:21 Venezia e Napoli, S. 159: III. Tarantella played by Alexander Gavrylyuk
    04:17:02 O du, mein holder Abendstern, S. 444 played by François Dumont
    04:23:51 Hexaméron, S. 392 played by Mark Viner
    04:44:40 Années de pèlerinage Book 2, S.161: I. Sposalizio played by Enrico Pace

  • Russian Folk Music & Slavic Music

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    Russian folk music and Slavic music about Russian and Slavic landscapes, villages, and mythical tales.


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    0:00 – Russian Winter
    3:09 – Night in Russia
    6:01 – The Bogatyr
    9:39 – Tale of the Firebird
    12:42 – Gray River Fort
    15:56 – Market of the Northlands
    19:11 – Old Stone Ruins

    Slavic Music:

    22:21 – Slavic Lands
    25:48 – Growling Bear Tavern
    28:50 – Slavic Warriors
    31:59 – Woodland Leshy
    35:06 – Forest Vila
    38:31 – Alkonost
    41:45 – Devana
    44:52 – Belobog
    48:05 – Czech Castle
    51:16 – Kingdom of Serbia
    54:32 – Polish Town
    57:32 – Poland
    1:00:40 – Ukrainian Village


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  • Heavy, Fast Classical Music - Mozart, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Bach...

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    A fast-paced classical music playlist that will boost your energy levels!

    1 VIVALDI - The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 2 Summer: III. Presto 00:00
    2 PROKOFIEV - Suite No. 1 from Romeo and Juliet, Op. 64bis: No. 6, Death of Tybalt 02:39
    3 MOZART - Requiem, K. 626: Sequentia. Dies Irae 07:11
    4 MUSSORGSKY - Night on Bald Mountain 08:53
    5 ROSSINI - The Barber of Seville: Ouverture 20:07
    6 BEETHOVEN - Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 Pastoral: IV. Thunder. Storm 27:04
    7 MOZART - Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550: I. Molto allegro 30:19
    8 MOZART - Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550: IV. Allegro assai 38:31
    9 LITVINOVSKY - Le Grand Cahier: X. L'Incendie 45:07
    10 BRAHMS - Tragische Ouvertüre, Op. 81 47:29
    11 BEETHOVEN - Symphony No. 3 Op. 55 “Eroica”: I. Allegro con brio 1:01:34
    12 PAGANINI - 24 Caprices for Violin, Op. 1 No. 22 1:16:26
    13 TCHAIKOVSKY - Swan Lake, Op. 20: Act III, No. 21 Spanish Dance 1:18:13
    14 BEETHOVEN - Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op. 93: IV. Allegro vivace 1:20:26
    15 STRAUSS - Die Fledermaus (The Bat): Ouverture 1:28:08
    16 BACH - Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor, BWV 1052: I. Allegro 1:36:29
    17 BRAHMS - Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68: I. Un poco sostenuto - Allegro 1:44:44
    18 DVORAK - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, From the New World: IV. Allegro con fuoco 1:58:17

    1, 2, 4, 9, 11, 13, 16: Metamorphose String Orchestra, Pavel Lyubomudrov
    Violin on The Four Seasons: Yuliya Lebedenko
    Piano on Piano Concerto No. 1: Stanislav Soloviev
    3: Harmonia Cantata, Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta
    5-8, 14: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta
    10, 17: Olsztyn Philharmonic Orchestra, Marek Tracz
    12: International Symphony Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    15: Vilnius Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    17: Dnepropetrovsk Ukrainian Philarmonic Orchestra, Natalia Ponomarchuk

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  • Romantic Classical Music - 30 Sweetest Classical Pieces

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    1 Morricone - The Falls 00:00
    2 Morricone - Gabriel's Oboe 03:22
    3 Saint-Saëns - The Carnival of the Animals: XIII, The Swan 05:51
    4 Schumann - 5 Pieces in Folk Style, Op. 102: No. 2, Langsam 09:14
    5 Piazzolla - Oblivion 13:45
    6 Rachmaninoff - 14 Romances, Op. 34: No. 14, Vocalise 17:07
    7 Puccini - Tosca: Vissi d'arte 22:10
    8 Prokofiev - 6 Pieces from Cinderella, Op. 102: No. 6, Amoroso 24:48
    9 Rachmaninoff - Symphony No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 27: III. Adagio 27:42
    10 Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake, Op. 20: Scene by a Lake 41:55
    11 Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet: Fantasy Overture 44:28
    12 Einaudi - Nuvole Bianche 1:04:25
    13 Einaudi - Passaggio 1:11:03
    14 Einaudi - Tu Sei 1:15:30
    15 Bach - Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: I. Prélude 1:21:43
    16 Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068: II. Air on the G String 1:24:42
    17 Grieg - Holberg Suite, Op. 40: II. Sarabande 1:30:17
    18 Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings, Op. 48: II. Valse 1:33:59
    19 Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 74 Pathetique: II. Allegro con grazia 1:37:45
    20 Tchaikovsky - String Quartet No. 1, Op. 11: II. Andante Cantabile 1:45:44
    21 Arvo Pärt - Spiegel im Spiegel 1:52:19
    22 Debussy - Suite bergamasque, L. 75: No. 3, Clair de lune 2:00:49
    23 Schumann - Kinderszenen, Op. 15: No. 7, Träumerei 2:05:33
    24 Debussy - Rêverie, L. 68 2:07:54
    25 Liszt - Consolations, S. 172: No. 3, Lento placid 2:12:07
    26 Liszt - Liebesträume, S. 541: No. 3 in A-Flat Major 2:16:07
    27 Debussy - Deux arabesques, L. 66: No. 1 in E Major, Andantino con moto 2:21:54
    28 Chopin - Douze études, Op. 25: No. 1 in A-Flat Major Aeolian Harp 2:26:47
    29 Chopin - Nocturnes, Op. 9: No. 2 in E-Flat Major, Andante 2:29:14
    30 Debussy - Préludes, Premier livre, L. 117: No. 8, La fille aux cheveux de lin 2:34:45

    1, 2, 3: Mikael Samsonov, Metamorphose String Orchestra, Pavel Lyubomudrov
    4: Ignacy Gaydamovich, Janusz Grzelązka
    5, 6: Metamorphose String Orchestra, Nike Hutchisson, Pavel Lyubomudrov
    7: Ukrainian Philharmonic Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    8, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 20: Metamorphose String Orchestra, Pavel Lyubomudrov
    9: Kyiv State Symphony Orchestra, Yurii Nykonenko
    12, 13, 14: Mr & Mrs Cello
    15: Massimiliano Martinelli
    19: Wroclaw Symphony Orchestra, Natalia Ponomarchuk
    21: Luke Faulkner, Nadia Vasileva
    22, 23, 24, 25: Luke Faulkner
    26, 27, 28, 29, 30: Giovanni Umberto Battel


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  • The 10 MOST GLORIOUS Russian Folk Songs on Piano!

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    These incredible Russian folk songs will get you pumped for the day! Watch from beginning to end and you'll find out some interesting facts about these 10 glorious songs. Some have been used in Symphonies, others were sung as songs of war. Some are sad songs written to make you cry and others are joyous songs to raise your glass to! There is something for everyone in this Russian song compilation, and it's made all the better for being a perfect piano transcription! Have fun listening to these 10 Russian folk songs on piano!

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    List of songs:
    1. Smuglianka
    2. Katyusha
    3. Kalinka
    4. Korobeiniki
    5. Polyushka Polye
    6. Oy Da Ne Vecher (Ой то не вечер) (Oh, Not the Evening)
    7. Ey Ukhnem (Song of the Volga Boatmen)
    8. There Was A Birch Tree In The Field (Beriozka)
    9. Oh! Frost, Frost! (Oh, Moroz, Moroz!) (Ой, Мороз, Мороз!)
    10. Soldiers, Brave Guys (Солдатушки - бравы ребятушки)

  • Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture

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    WARNING: Cannons may make dogs bark, scare your mom, leave your neighbor dumbfounded, make cats panic, wake you up in the middle of the night shouting at the top of your lungs because you think you are being robbed, scare the crap out of you, and/or blow up your ears and brains; among other things...

    The 1812 Overture, composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1880. This version with cannons!

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  • Autumn Melody. National Park Sviati Gory . НПП Святые Горы. Green Video Music

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    National Park «Sviati Gory» (Holy Mountains)

    National Park «Sviati Gory» was established by the decree of the President of Ukraine № 135/97 from the 13th of February, 1997.

    All the organizational works were carried on by the Head of State Department of Ecology and Natural Resources in the Donetsk region S.Kurulenko. The project of establishment was prepared by the Laboratory of Nature Conservation Problems of Donetsk University under the direction of Deputy Head of the same Department Gennadiy Molodan. He did much to study wildlife and promote nature conservation in the Donetsk region. Being a high-ranking official, Gennadiy Molodan understood the value of the natural complexes which managed to survive, he sincerely felt and understood the responsibility for keeping them for descendants. He was an advanced person in matters of ecology and actually he was the one who brought the aspirations of scientists into a formalized idea of a national park. Gennadiy Molodan’s efforts were not in vain, and the process of creating the park was transferred to the practical level. General public, scientists and administrative structures were involved in the process of establishment of the National Park Sviati Gory. The Mayor of Slavyanogirsk A.Karlov and the Head of the Main Department of Reserves and National Parks of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Nuclear Safety of Ukraine N.Stetsenko also made a significant contribution to the creation of the National Park.

    National Park Sviati Gory is subordinated to the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine. The territory of the park is located in the north of Donetsk region, in Slavyansk, Krasnolimansk and Artemovsk districts. It includes the resort city of Svyatogorsk. National Park Sviati Gory is the first national park which has been created in the left-bank Ukraine.

    The territory of the park is of 40605.5 hectares, 11894.5 of them were given to the National Park for permanent use, and other 28711 hectares are in the use of the Slavyansk and Krasnolimansk forestries and city Svyatogorsk.

    About 90% of the territory of the park is covered with forests, a significant area is occupied by the floodplain of the Severskiy Donets river with water meadows, lakes, marshes and former river-beds. Currently, 57 species of mammals live here, over 200 species of birds nest here or stay during migrations. 17 species of amphibians and reptiles, 30 fish species have been found here in their typical habitats. Within the territory of National Park and in its closest vicinity there are about 1200 species of vascular plants and at least 1000 species of mushrooms. The flora and fauna of National Park Sviati Gory includes 119 plant and animal species, which that are listed in the Red Book of Ukraine, 31 species is included into the European Red List.

    The history of the park is virtually identical to the dramatic story of the young Ukrainian state. Just before the creation of the park state forestry enterprises have cut down about 40% of native pine forests in the future territory of the park, during the regime of Yanukovych park painfully suffered from poaching orgy and uncontrolled logging. Fighting for the freeing of the city Slavyansk from separatists and armed gangs in 2014 also had no benefit for valuable natural complexes.

    But the park not only managed to survive, but also saved the heritage which had been entrusted to the park for protection by Ukrainian people.
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  • Vladimir Zubitsky: Ti amo Pezaro Я люблю тебя Пезаро I Love You Pezaro - Играет Владимир Зубицкий

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    ◉ В. Зубицкий - Я люблю тебя, Пезаро! ▸ исполняет автор - заслуженный деятель искусств Украины, композитор, баянист, дирижёр, педагог, организатор Международного конкурса аккордеонистов и баянистов имени В. Бесфамильнова и Международного музыкально-инструментального конкурса Prize of Lanciano (Италия), почётный председатель жюри VII Мeждународного конкурса исполнителей на народных инструментах Арт-Доминанта.

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    ◉ Vladimir Zubitsky - Ti amo Pezaro ▸ perfomed by the author - Ukrainian Honored Artist, accordion performer, conductor, teacher, composer, the Director of the Volodymyr Besfamilnov International Аccordionist Сompetition and International Musical-Instrumental Competition «Prize of Lanciano» (Italy), Chairman of the Jury VІІ International Folk Instruments Performers Competition «Art-Dominanta» (Kharkiv, Ukraine).
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    Руководители и режиссёры концерта: Николай и Яна Данилюк.

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    Grand Сoncert of previous competitions laureates and jury members
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  • Anna Kuzina

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    Anna Kuzina (b. 1984) (Ukraine)
    Symphony-Concerto for viola and orchestra (2009)
    Viola : Aleksandr Pogorelov
    Dir : Vladimir Sheiko

    With the authorization of the composer Anna Kuzina.

    On collectionCB2 we can also listen to Anna Kuzina’s « Piano Concerto » (2006).

    Anna Kuzina was born in Simferopo, in Ukraine. She began to compose music when she was 5 years old. In 1998 she graduated from Music School in Piano and in the same year she joined the Theoretical Department of the Simferopol Musical College named after P.I. Tchaikovsky. After graduating it, she entered the National Music Academy of Ukraine named after P.I. Tchaikovsky in the Faculty of Composition (class of teacher Yevhen Stankovych). In 2006 she got Master’s Degree and entered the assistantship and then the post-graduate school of Academy. She graduated from it in 2010. Since March 2011 Anna Kuzina is a Member of the National Union of Composers of Ukraine.
    Anna Kuzina is a scholarship holder of the President of Ukraine (2002-2006, 2008-2009), she won the international piano competitions and composers’ competition in Ukraine (2001), France (2002, 2003) and Italy (2004), and she is a member of the international festivals Youth Music Forum, Kiev (Kyiv) Music Fest and Musical premiere of the season.
    Her works have been performed in the Lysenko Collonaded Hall of the National Philharmonic Society of Ukraine, and other stages :
    - Her works for chorus have been performed by the chamber choir Credo, conductor : Bogdan Plish. And the chamber choir Taurida Blagovest, conductor : Vladimir Nikolenko.
    - Her « Concerto for Piano and Orchestra » (2006) has been performed in 2006 by the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, conductor : People’s Artist of Ukraine Viktor Zdorenko. In 2008 the second performance of this work by the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, conductor : People’s Artist of Ukraine Vladimir Sirenko ; piano part : the composer).
    - Her « Slavic Overture », for wind orchestra (2004), has been performed by the State Academic Wind Orchestra of Ukraine, conductor : Alexey Roshchak.
    - Her « Chamber Symphony-Concerto for Viola and Orchestra » (2009) has been performed by the National ensemble of Soloists Kyiv Camerata, conductor : People's Artist of Ukraine Valeriy Matyukhin ; soloist : Andrey Tuchapets. The second version of this composition, for Grand Symphony Orchestra, has been performed in 2012 by the Ukrainian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor : Vladimir Sheiko.
    - Her vocal pieces have been performed by Taras Shtonda, the People’s Artist of Ukraine, soloist of the National Opera of Ukraine and the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia, by the People’s Artist of Ukraine Elena Basarhyna, soloist of the National Opera of Ukraine by the name of T. Shevchenko, and by Sergey Kovnir, Denis Vishnya, Ludmila Bakhareva… And her piano works have been performed by the author, as well as other compositions.

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    2:26

    Consolation Op. 9, No. 1 for piano by Ukrainian composer Viktor Kosenko (1896-1938), performed by Maria Dolnycky.

  • Tchaikovsky - Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 23

    34:36

    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Russian: Пётр Ильи́ч Чайко́вский; tr. Pëtr Il'ič Čajkovskij; 25 April/7 May 1840 – 25 October/6 November 1893), often anglicized as Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, was a Russian composer of the late-Romantic period, some of whose works are among the most popular music in the classical repertoire. He was the first Russian composer whose music made a lasting impression internationally, bolstered by his appearances as a guest conductor in Europe and the United States. Tchaikovsky was honored in 1884, by Emperor Alexander III, and awarded a lifetime pension.

    Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor, Op. 23 (1874-75)
    Dedication: Hans von Bülow

    1. Andante non troppo e molto maestoso—Allegro con spirito
    2. Andantino semplice—Allegro vivace assai (20:34)
    3. Allegro con fuoco (27:37)

    Mikhail Pletnev, piano and the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Fedoseyev

    Description by Joseph Stevenson [-]
    Although Tchaikovsky was already an accomplished composer (having already produced his first two symphonies, a string quartet, and two notable tone poems, all of these successful and enduring works), he still sought the approval of mentors such as Balakirev and Nicolas Rubinstein. On Christmas Eve 1874 he played the concerto for Rubinstein (its intended soloist) in an empty classroom. Rubinstein responded with a torrent of castigation, made famous by Tchaikovsky's own recollection. Tchaikovsky slunk off in despair. Later Rubinstein called him back and detailed a list of changes that must be made by a certain date if Rubinstein were to perform it. Tchaikovsky wrote that he responded, I shall not change a single note, and I shall publish the concerto as it is now. He continued in his reminiscence, And this, indeed, I did. Well, not entirely. Although there are no really substantial changes, he did subject the concerto to some minor revision before it was printed, as happens with most compositions. The premiere fell to Hans von Bülow, who played it first in Boston, October 15, 1875. The audience was enraptured and demanded a repeat of the entire final movement. Von Bülow took the concerto back to Europe, where it was quickly added to the repertoire of other leading pianists; even Rubinstein started playing it in 1878. It has been a giant success, virtually the epitome of the romantic piano concerto, ever since.

    The form of the concerto is lopsided: possessing a notably large scale introduction, the broad melodies of the first movement run its length out to nearly 25 minutes, more than the length of the two remaining movements combined. Its arresting opening horn call, with bold orchestral chords interrupting, leads immediately to one of the most recognizable and beloved of classical melodies, played by strings with rich harmonic support from the piano solo. Tchaikovsky initiates a great formal surprise by going straightway into a full-fledged cadenza for the piano solo, a powerful treatment of the theme. The strings then reassert the melody in its original form -- and all this is only the introduction to the first movement proper. A lengthy introduction to be sure (106 measures), but once it ends, that's the last time in the concerto this music is used in any way. The movement proper is a full-scale sonata-allegro treatment of two themes, one reputedly a Ukrainian folk theme, the other a gentle romantic theme. There is great drama and passion in its working out; when it is all over one realizes that there is also a minimum (for Tchaikovsky) of angst and pathos.

    The second movement is tender, beginning with pizzicato chords so quiet as to be almost whispers. A flute melody of young adolescent tenderness is the main theme of the movement. There is a central section with a delicate waltz.

    The finale opens with a rushing string figure and a powerful drum stroke. The main theme is an arresting, galloping dance made up of many short phrases. Yet another romantic theme provides contrast.

  • Schubert Arpeggione Sonata, D.821 in A minor - Maxim Rysanov

    24:43

    14 June 2017 – Old Academy of Music, Budapest, Hungary
    F. Schubert: Arpeggione sonata D.821 in A minor
    Maxim Rysanov – viola,
    José Gallardo - piano

    Festival Academy Budapest

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    Ukrainian-British violist and conductor Maxim Rysanov has established himself as one of the worlds most vibrant and charismatic musicians. He is principally known for his performances as a violist, guest of the crème of international music scene such as BBC Last Night of the Proms, Verbier, Great Mountain, Tran Siberian and Edinburgh Festival, Salzburg Festival among others. After having completed a conducting fellowship at The GSMD he started to combine his viola performance with a career as a conductor.
    Conducting engagements include the Spanish Radio Orchestra, Basel Symphony Orchestra, Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Riga Sinfonietta, London Mozart Players, Baltic Neopolis, Scottish Ensemble, Russian National Orchestra, and Moscow Musica Viva, Kiev Soloists, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, Georgian National Symphony Orchestra, Częstochowa Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra Chaarts, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Dala Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia, Danubia Symphony as well as conducting at festivals in Dubrovnik, Utrecht, Boswil , Surrey Hills, Budapest Festival Orchestra, and the finale of the Beijing Viola Festival, Plovdiv Philharmonic, Sofia Opera Orchestra and Chorus, Sofia Philharmonic, Royal College of Music String Orchestra, Lviv Philharmonic, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Lepaje Symphony Orchestra and the Pforzheim Stadtsorchester.
    As a conductor Maxim worked with such soloists as Mischa Maisky, Nicola Benedetti, Vilde Frang, Janine Jansen, Boris Brovtsyn, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Sergei Krylov, Susanna Yoko Henkel, Kristina Blaumane, Ashley Wass, Benjamin Yusupov, Leonard Elschenbroich, Dora Kokas and Kelemen Quartet among others. Maxim featured as both conductor and soloist on the debut disc of composer Dobrinka Tabakova (ECM) in 2013 - a disc that reached number 2 in the UK classical charts and was shortlisted for a Grammy Award.
    Maxim has long been recognised by the international music scene and his list of prizes affirm that status. These include the Classic FM Gramophone Young Artist of the Year Award and the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Award, as well as the Geneva, Lionel Tertis and Valentino Bucchi competitions.
    Maxim is a keen promoter of new music. Recently he conducted the Russian premier of the Piano Concerto by Benjamin Yusupov. His enthusiasm for new music has generated collaborations, which have extended the viola repertoire. This includes world premieres by Dobrinka Tabakova, Richard Dubugnon and Sergei Akhunov. Other composers with whom Maxim has developed a close working relationship include Benjamin Yusupov, Leonid Desyatnikov, Giya Kancheli, Artyom Vassiliev and Elena Langer. In 2014 Maxim presented the Penderecki's double concerto in a Russian premiere. In 2016 he premieres a new viola concerto by Peteris Vasks that was co-commissioned by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Vale of Glamorgan Festival and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg. Further performances include Turku Philharmonic, Riga Sinfonietta, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Wurttemburgisches Kammerorchester Heilbron and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra.
    Maxim's commercial CD have continually gained awards including Gramophone Editor's Choice and ECHO, ICMA, Gramophone and Grammy nominations as well as reaching the top of the iTunes charts in the USA. His recent recording of the Martinu Rhapsody – Concerto was shortlisted for the Gramophone Award.
    He is delighted to have a Giuseppe Guadagnini viola (1780) on extended loan from the Elise Mathilde Foundation.

  • Valentina Lisitsa plays Liszts Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2

    9:47

    Valentina Lisitsa plays Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.

    Recorded live on May 22th, 2010 in Leiden, Holland
    by von Aichberger & Roenneke GmbH
    Michael von Aichberger
    Dominik Roenneke
    Florian Breuer
    Michael Hohnstock
    Thanks to Alexei Kuznetsoff
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    Cum Laude Concerten, Leiden
    Michiel van Westering

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  • Classical Love - Romantic Pieces of Classical Music

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    1 Morricone - Gabriel's Oboe (for cello and orchestra) 00:00
    2 Saint-Saens - The Carnival of the Animals: XIII, The Swan 02:31
    3 Schumann - 5 Pieces in Folk Style, Op. 102: No. 2, Langsam 05:11
    4 Litvinovsky - Suite for Strings Le Grand Cahier: VI. Le Bain 09:42
    5 Litvinovsky - Suite for Strings Le Grand Cahier: VIII. Theatre 11:56
    6 Litvinovsky - Suite for Strings Le Grand Cahier: XI. La Fin de la Guerre 14:37
    7 Litvinovsky - Suite for Strings Le Grand Cahier: XII. La Separation 17:16
    8 Puccini - Tosca: Vissi d'arte (instrumental version) 20:39
    9 Debussy - Deux arabesques, L. 66: No. 1 in E Major 23:19
    10 Chopin - Douze Etudes, Op. 25: No. 1 in A-Flat Major Aeolian Harp 28:13
    11 Schumann - Kinderszenen, Op. 15: No. 7, Träumerei 30:41
    12 Liszt - Liebesträume, S. 541: No. 3 in A-Flat Major 33:57
    13 Liszt - Three Concert Etudes, S. 144: No. 3, Un Sospiro 39:44
    14 Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37: II. Largo 45:14
    15 Rachmaninoff - Symphony No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 27: III. Adagio 55:08
    16 Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings, Op. 48: II. Valse 1:09:19
    17 Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV. 1068: II. Air on the G String 1:13:07
    18 Haydn - Divertimento in C major, 1 London Trio No. 1: II. Andante 1:16:29
    19 Mozart - Flute and Harp Concerto in C Major, K. 299: II. Andantino 1:18:37
    20 Mozart - Le Nozze di Figaro, K. 492: Voi che sapete 1:26:47
    21 Strauss II - An der schönen blauen Donau (On the Beautiful Blue Danube), Op. 314 1:29:03

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  • Violin Curly - Moongate

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    Violin Curly - young Ukrainian composer and performer of contemporary violin music.
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  • HELLOWEEN - Forever And One

    3:54

    Forever And One (Neverland), a powerful ballad written by singer Andi Deris, was the second single from HELLOWEEN's album The Time Of The Oath from 1996.

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  • Polska muzyka barokowa Mielczewski Canzona secunda a due Polish baroque music dawna Warszawa

    5:13

    Mielczewski:
    Canzona prima:
    Missa cerviensiana Kyrie i Gloria:
    Missa triumphalis Kyrie:
    Polska muzyka renesansowa i barokowa (Early Polish Music)


    Dawna Warszawa i jej okolice na obrazach Canaletta
    (Paintings of Warsaw by Canaletto (Bernardo Bellotto)):
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    Widok łąk wilanowskich
    Widok Ujazdowa i Łazienek
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  • Ballade dUkraine

    6:03

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    Ballade d'Ukraine (Dumka) , for piano (Glanes de Woronice No. 1) , S. 249/1 (LW A143/1) · Ferenc Liszt · István Székely

    Liszt Paraphrases on Works by Russian Composers

    ℗ 1998 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1998-12-16

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  • Ukrainian composer Oleksandr Bilash

    2:03

    Ukrainian art song by Ukrainian composer Oleksandr Bilash, words by Mykhailo Tkach, performes by Ulia Pashkovska
    Український композитор Олександр Білаш
    Каштани падають на брук, музика - Олександр Білаш, слова - Михайло Ткач, виконує Юлія Пашковська

  • Traditional Cossack Songs

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    Cossack songs are folk songs which were created by the Cossacks of the Russian Empire. Cossack songs were influenced by Russian and Ukrainian folk songs, North Caucasian music, as well as original works by Russian composers. Cossack songs are divided into several subgroups including Don, Terek, Ural, etc.

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  • Elegy For Ukraine

    2:33

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    Released on: 2017-02-24

    Composer Lyricist: Benjamin Wallfisch

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  • Darya, 6yo, violin; Nazim Amedov Variations on a Ukrainian Theme

    1:59

    at home

  • М.Лисенко - Увертюра до опери Тарас Бульба/M.Lysenko - OvertureTaras Bulba/Sergey Neverov

    5:19

    Твір українського композитора Миколи Лисенка виконує молодіжний академічний симфонічний оркестр Слобожанський(Харків). Диригент Сергій Нєвєров.

    The work by Ukrainian composer Mykola Lysenko performing Youth Symphony Orchestra Slobozhanskiy. Conductor Sergey Neverov.
    Sergey Neverov to conducting:

  • MANDOLIN ORCHESTRA UKRAINIAN LABOR TEMPLE SCHINDLERS LIST LSD25RECORDS MAY 9 2015

    3:57

    Theme from SCHINDLER'S LIST. FESTIVAL OF MANDOLINS. WINNIPEG MANDOLIN ORCHESTRA, UKRAINIAN LABOR TEMPLE 591 PRITCHARD AVE 8:00P.M. MAY 9 2015 LSD25RECORDS. KUMARAN, recorded, mastered, engineered, video C2015.

    Set 2 Pt1
    1) Talijanska from movie The Time of the Gypsies
    transcribed and orchestrated by ANNIS KOZUB
    2) Gran Partita - Menuetto Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arr. . Hedin
    3) Theme from Un Homme et une Femme Francis Lai
    FESTIVAL OF MANDOLINS. WINNIPEG MANDOLIN ORCHESTRA, UKRAINIAN LABOR TEMPLE 591 PRITCHARD AVE 8:00P.M. MAY 9 2015 LSD25RECORDS. KUMARAN, recorded, mastered, engineered, video C2015.

    1) Linden Tree P. Kulikov, orch. M shatulsky
    2) Russian Overture Nikolai Budashkin, arr./orch. Dolny/kobylansky
    Organized in 1920 and comprised of thirteen young, pre-teen girls, the Winnipeg Girl’s Mandolin Orchestra, as it soon became known, appeared in concert on the stage of the Ukrainian Labour Temple for the first time in 1921. It has never looked back and is now regarded as being the oldest continuing performing mandolin orchestra in Canada and the second oldest in North America. Although augmented with the addition of violin, accordion, flute, clarinet, and recorder, it continues in the same tradition performing works from its substantial Ukrainian classical and folk repertoire, and the works by composers of other nations.

    It has appeared twice at the Winnipeg Musical Festival competition and both times received high marks and warm praise. Its first recording, issued in 1996 on the occasion of the orchestra’s 75 Anniversary, sold out within the year. The orchestra founded Winnipeg’s annual Festival of Mandolins in 1993 for the purpose of popularizing the art of mandolin performance.

    Conductor: Annis Kozub

    Born to musical parents, Annis began music lessons as a young child, first on piano and then on violin. He and his four sisters have been involved in the cultural activities of the AUUC in Winnipeg from an early age, under the tutelage of Myron Shatulsky. In Toronto, he sang with the Shevchenko Male Chorus under the direction of Eugene Dolny.

    Annis is employed professionally as a musician and has performed in concert, radio and television shows. He has performed with the Manitoba Theatre Centre, Theatre Calgary, the Winnipeg Symphony and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Some names Annis has worked with include Burton Cummings, Mel Torme, Rob McConnell, Rod Stewart, Bob Hope and Tom Jackson.

    Annis studied with Gordon Delamont in Toronto, at the Berklee School of Music in Boston and has a Bachelor or Music from the University of Manitoba.

  • Zavoloka - Vedana

    4:42

    #zavoloka #kvitnu
    Taken from Zavoloka – Vedana, 2011

    Music by Zavoloka
    Video by Laetitia Morais

    Released by Kvitnu. 2011





    Copyright: Kateryna Zavoloka

    Catalogue#: KVITNU 16
    Format: CD-Enhanced / Digital download
    Released: 21.04.2011

    Release notes:

    Vedana is an ancient Ukrainian woman name.
    Vedana is the pure sensation without emotions.
    Vedana perceives the world through intuitive insight.
    Vedana flows, melts, drips, crashes.
    Vedana Knows.
    Dive.

    This is second volume from series of albums dedicated to
    Purification by Four Elements: Water.

    The music is composed by Kateryna Zavoloka, transmitting different states of water and how they can be specifically translated to the sound. Low frequencies as a depth, traditional vocal as surface of sonic water. This album is a result of 2-years research, including work at Electroacoustic Music Studio at Academy of Music in Cracow and concerts-performances in collaboration with live generative interactive visuals from Laetitia Morais.
    It is exploration of Water Element. It is inspired by knowledge about Ukrainian Cossacks-Magicians, so-called Kharakternyky, that could control forces of nature, particularly water. They used to drink spring water to purify their energy and to became undistinguished and fluid as water. To reach inner melting.

    Track list:

    01 Splendent viscid fluid (6:36)
    02 Vivid chains (4:14)
    03 We drank water on vehement shore of a bright life (6:46)
    04 Vedana is lead by her will (5:08)
    05 Green spiral of meander (6:24)
    06 Immersion in transparent circle (5:10)
    07 Aureole of momentous splash (4:08)
    08 Crystal (5:04)
    09 Moment of serenity flows (6:00)

    Credits:
    Music composed and performed by Zavoloka.
    Ukrainian traditional vocal by Dania Chekun.
    Video by Laetitia Morais.
    Cover design by Zavoloka.

    9-tracks CD album also contains video Vedana.

  • Samuil Maykapar: Gavotte, Op. 6 No. 3

    2:13

    Phillip Sear plays a piece from a 'Petite suite en style classique' (probably from around 1902-8) by the Ukrainian composer Samuil Maykapar (1867-1938)
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Ukrainian composer Samuil (Samuel) Maykapar (Самуил Моисеевич Майкапар,1867 -- 1938) studied at the St Petersburg Conservatory, and later with Theodor Leschetizky. After a concertizing career in Europe he returned to St. Petersburg as a professor at the Conservatory, and performed a complete Beethoven sonata cycle there in 1927. You can see more about him here: . His piano works tend to be found in anthologies. This piece seems more French than Russian in feel - particularly the central musette section.
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------- Played by Phillip Sear
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  • Concert Live - I Feel Good - Hallelujah - Grande Amore - All I Want For Christmas Is You

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    36:14

    Janine Jansen, Vadim Repin, Maxim Rysanov, Mischa Maisky, Vladimir Feltsman perform Shostakovich at Verbier Festival

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    Ukrainian-British violist and conductor Maxim Rysanov has established himself as one of the worlds most vibrant and charismatic musicians. He is principally known for his performances as a violist, guest of the crème of international music scene such as BBC Last Night of the Proms, Verbier, Great Mountain, Tran Siberian and Edinburgh Festival, Salzburg Festival among others. After having completed a conducting fellowship at The GSMD he started to combine his viola performance with a career as a conductor.
    Conducting engagements include the Spanish Radio Orchestra, Basel Symphony Orchestra, Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Riga Sinfonietta, London Mozart Players, Baltic Neopolis, Scottish Ensemble, Russian National Orchestra, and Moscow Musica Viva, Kiev Soloists, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, Georgian National Symphony Orchestra, Częstochowa Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra Chaarts, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Dala Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia, Voronezh Youth Orchestra, Danubia Symphony as well as conducting at festivals in Dubrovnik (with Roger Moore as narrator), Utrecht (with Janine Jansen), Boswil (with Vilde Frang), Surrey Hills (with Nicola BenedettI), Budapest Festival Orchestra (Kelemen Quartet), and the finale of the Beijing Viola Festival, Plovdiv Philharmonic (Kristina Blaumane), Sofia Opera Orchestra and Chorus (Bulgarian premier of Cantata by Dobrinka Tabakova), Sofia Philharmonic, Royal College of Music String Orchestra, Lviv Philharmonic, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Lepaje Symphony Orchestra (soloist David Geringas) and the Pforzheim Stadtsorchester.
    As a conductor Maxim worked with such soloists Nicola Benedetti, Vilde Frang, Boris Brovtsyn, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Sergei Krylov, Susanna Yoko Henkel, Sergei Suvorov, Kristina Blaumane, Ashley Wass, Benjamin Yusupov, Leonard Elschenbroich, Dora Kokas and Kelemen Quartet among others. Maxim featured as both conductor and soloist on the debut disc of composer Dobrinka Tabakova (ECM) in 2013 - a disc that reached number 2 in the UK classical charts and was shortlisted for a Grammy Award.
    Among his concerto highlights are Mariinsky Orchestra (Valery Gergiev), Russian National Orchestra (MikhailPletnev), BBC Symphony Orchestra (Jiří Bělohlávek), Seattle Symphony (Andrey Boreyko), Orquesta de Castilla y Leon (Vasily Petrenko), Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra (Philippe Herreweghe), NDR Philharmonic Orchestra (Eivind Gullberg Jensen), Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (Juraj Valcuha), RTE Symphony Orchestra (Olari Elts), the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (Arvo Volmer), the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (Vladimir Verbitsky), Auckland Symphony Orchestra (Eckehard Stier), Danish National Symphony Orchestra (Michael Schoenwandt), Malaysian Philharmonic (Yan Pascal Tortelier), Shanghai Symphony (Long Yu), Orquesta Sinfonica de Euskadi (Diego Matheuz), Ulster Orchestra (Paul Watkins), European Union Youth Orchestra (Matthias Bamert), Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg (Michal Dworzynski), Kazan Symphony (Alexander Sladkovsky) and Strasburg (Vasily Sinaisky).
    Maxim has long been recognised by the international music scene and his list of prizes affirm that status. These include the Classic FM Gramophone Young Artist of the Year Award and the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Award, as well as the Geneva, Lionel Tertis and Valentino Bucchi competitions.
    Maxim is a keen promoter of new music. Recently he conducted the Russian premier of the Piano Concerto by Benjamin Yusupov. His enthusiasm for new music has generated collaborations, which have extended the viola repertoire. This includes world premieres by Dobrinka Tabakova, Richard Dubugnon and Sergei Akhunov. Other composers with whom Maxim has developed a close working relationship include Benjamin Yusupov, Leonid Desyatnikov, Giya Kancheli, Artyom Vassiliev and Elena Langer. In 2014 Maxim presented the Penderecki's double concerto in a Russian premiere. In 2016 he premieres a new viola concerto by Peteris Vasks that was co-commissioned by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Vale of Glamorgan Festival and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg. Further performances include Turku Philharmonic, Riga Sinfonietta, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Wurttemburgisches Kammerorchester Heilbron and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra.
    Maxim's commercial CD have continually gained awards including Gramophone Editor's Choice and ECHO, ICMA, Gramophone and Grammy nominations as well as reaching the top of the iTunes charts in the USA. His recent recording of the Martinu Rhapsody – Concerto was shortlisted for the Gramophone Award.
    He is delighted to have a Giuseppe Guadagnini viola (1780) on extended loan from the Elise Mathilde Foundation.

  • Sergey Taneyev, Piano Quartet in E Major, Op. 20

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    Verbier Festival
    Venue: Salle des Combins (Verbier, Switzerland)

    1. Allegro brillante
    2. Adagio più tosto largo (C major)
    3. Allegro molto (E minor) - Fuga - Moderato serafico

    Alexander Sitkovetsky | Violin
    Maxim Rysanov | Viola
    Pablo Ferrández-Castro | Cello
    Lukas Geniušas | Piano

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    Ukrainian-British violist and conductor Maxim Rysanov has established himself as one of the worlds most vibrant and charismatic musicians. He is principally known for his performances as a violist, guest of the crème of international music scene such as BBC Last Night of the Proms, Verbier, Great Mountain, Tran Siberian and Edinburgh Festival, Salzburg Festival among others. After having completed a conducting fellowship at The GSMD he started to combine his viola performance with a career as a conductor.
    Conducting engagements include the Spanish Radio Orchestra, Basel Symphony Orchestra, Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Riga Sinfonietta, London Mozart Players, Baltic Neopolis, Scottish Ensemble, Russian National Orchestra, and Moscow Musica Viva, Kiev Soloists, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, Georgian National Symphony Orchestra, Częstochowa Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra Chaarts, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Dala Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia, Danubia Symphony as well as conducting at festivals in Dubrovnik, Utrecht, Boswil , Surrey Hills, Budapest Festival Orchestra, and the finale of the Beijing Viola Festival, Plovdiv Philharmonic, Sofia Opera Orchestra and Chorus, Sofia Philharmonic, Royal College of Music String Orchestra, Lviv Philharmonic, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Lepaje Symphony Orchestra and the Pforzheim Stadtsorchester.
    As a conductor Maxim worked with such soloists as Mischa Maisky, Nicola Benedetti, Vilde Frang, Janine Jansen, Boris Brovtsyn, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Sergei Krylov, Susanna Yoko Henkel, Kristina Blaumane, Ashley Wass, Benjamin Yusupov, Leonard Elschenbroich, Dora Kokas and Kelemen Quartet among others. Maxim featured as both conductor and soloist on the debut disc of composer Dobrinka Tabakova (ECM) in 2013 - a disc that reached number 2 in the UK classical charts and was shortlisted for a Grammy Award.
    Maxim has long been recognised by the international music scene and his list of prizes affirm that status. These include the Classic FM Gramophone Young Artist of the Year Award and the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Award, as well as the Geneva, Lionel Tertis and Valentino Bucchi competitions.
    Maxim is a keen promoter of new music. Recently he conducted the Russian premier of the Piano Concerto by Benjamin Yusupov. His enthusiasm for new music has generated collaborations, which have extended the viola repertoire. This includes world premieres by Dobrinka Tabakova, Richard Dubugnon and Sergei Akhunov. Other composers with whom Maxim has developed a close working relationship include Benjamin Yusupov, Leonid Desyatnikov, Giya Kancheli, Artyom Vassiliev and Elena Langer. In 2014 Maxim presented the Penderecki's double concerto in a Russian premiere. In 2016 he premieres a new viola concerto by Peteris Vasks that was co-commissioned by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Vale of Glamorgan Festival and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg. Further performances include Turku Philharmonic, Riga Sinfonietta, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Wurttemburgisches Kammerorchester Heilbron and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra.

  • Ukrainian Poem

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    Ukrainian Poem · Solomia Soroka

    Yevhen Stankovych: Music for Violin & Piano

    ℗ 2017 Toccata Classics

    Released on: 2017-02-17

    Artist: Solomia Soroka
    Artist: Arthur Greene
    Composer: Yevhen Stankovych

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  • Ogiński Quadrille nr 1 from Five dances for piano Kadryl nr 1 Smendzianka Polish Romantic Piano

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    Score:

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    Michał Kleofas Ogiński (1765-1833) - polish composer

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    Rec. 1966

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    Polska muzyka symfoniczna okresu klasycyzmu (Polish Symphony Music of Classical Period)(playlista)

    Wojciech Dankowski, Danek, Adalbertus (ur. ok. 1760 prawdopodobnie południowa Wielkopolska, zm. po 1800) - polski kompozytor i skrzypek okresu klasycyzmu, uznawany za typowego reprezentanta stylu galant w Polsce.

    Pochodził prawdopodobnie z Wielkopolski, choć niektórzy badacze przypuszczają, że rodzina kompozytora była czeskiego pochodzenia (nosił on początkowo nazwisko Danek). Działał w klasztorze cystersów w Obrze, gdzie prawdopodobnie zdobył wykształcenie muzyczne. Około 1779 był tamże muzykiem klasztornym. W latach 1787-1790 działał jako kapelmistrz i kompozytor przy katedrze w Gnieźnie. Józef Elsner podaje informację, nie potwierdzoną przez inne źródła, że około 1792 Dankowski był altowiolistą w teatrze niemieckim we Lwowie. Według przybyłego ze Śląska Elsnera muzycy poznali się we Lwowie, w którym Elsner dyrygował lwowską orkiestrą. Muzycy się zaprzyjaźnili, a Elsner bardzo cenił zdolności kompozytorskie Dankowskiego, którego wspomina w swoim Summariuszu (pamiętniku pisanym przez Elsnera w latach 1839-1841).

    Prawdopodobnie na początku XIX wieku działał w Poznaniu, gdzie w kościele Marii Magdaleny zachowała się pokaźna liczba jego utworów. Pełnił tam funkcję skrzypka, kapelmistrza, kompozytora, a prawdopodobnie również organisty. Kilka wczesnych autografów Dankowskiego z Obry Wielkopolskiej i kopie pisane przez M. Bocheńskiego z Grodziska Wielkopolskiego są podpisane nazwiskiem skróconym — Danek. Kompozycje Dankowskiego znane były nie tylko w Wielkopolsce, ale także w Wilnie, Krzemieńcu, Krakowie i innych ośrodkach.

    Jego twórczość cieszyła się za życia autora dużą popularnością - jego utwory religijne przetrwały głównie w Wielkopolsce, ale także w innych regionach Polski (znaczny zbiór dzieł tego twórcy posiada Archiwum Jasnej Góry). Autografy jego kompozycji zachowały się w zbiorach muzykaliów po kapelach kościelnych w Grodzisku Wielkopolskim, Świętej Górze w Gostyniu, Fary Poznańskiej oraz w archiwaliach muzycznych Katedry w Gnieźnie.

    W zachowanej spuściźnie kompozytorskiej Dankowskiego ważne są przede wszystkim utwory religijne (msze, requiem, motety, litanie). Obecnie utwory Dankowskiego zaczynają być wydobywane z niepamięci, są wykonywane na koncertach oraz nagrywane na płyty.
    (wikipedia)

    Wojciech (Adalbertus) Dankowski (Danek), born circa 1760, probably in Wielkopolska, died after 1800, Polish composer and violinist. Initially he was associated with the Cistercian monastery in Obra Wielkopolska, where he probably received his musical training. Around 1779, he was a monastery musician there. Between 1789-1790 he worked as kapellmeister and composer at the cathedral in Gnieźno. J. Elsner provides information, unconfirmed by other sources, that around 1792 Dankowski was a violist in the German Theatre in Lviv. He worked in Poznań, probably in the early nineteenth century, where a considerable number of his works have been preserved in the Church of Mary Magdalene. Some early Dankowski manuscripts from Obra Wielkopolska, copied by M. Bocheński from Grodzisk Wielkopolski are signed with his abbreviated name - Danek. Dankowski’s compositions were known not only in the Wielkopolska region, but also in Vilnius, Kremenets, Krakow and other centres.
    (pwm.com.pl)

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  • Dark Eyes | Piano Tutorial

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    As requested here is the piano tutorial with sheet music for the Russian Folk Song - Dark Eyes Очи чёрные. Hope it`s helpful and enjoy! :)

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    Dark Eyes (Russian: Очи чёрные, translit. Óči čjórnye; transl. Black Eyes) is probably the most famous Russian romance song.

    The lyrics were written by the Ukrainian poet and writer Yevhen Hrebinka. The first publication of the poem was in Hrebinka's own Russian translation in Literaturnaya Gazeta on 17 January 1843.

    In The Book of World-famous Music: Classical, Popular, and Folk, published in 2000, the author, J. Fuld, mentions that a Soviet musicologist had reported to him that the song is not a Russian traditional song but a cabaret song, published in a songs book by A. Gutheil in 1897 and mentioned, at p. 131, as a Gypsy romance based on the melody of Florian Hermann's Valse Hommage. Despite the claim made by Fuld that, Of the original melody author, Florian Hermann, not a single music score is known, the sheet music for Hermann's piece and others of his works can be found.

    The most renowned and played version of this song was written by Adalgiso Ferraris, and published, when still in Russia in 1910, with German editor Otto Kuhl, as Schwarze Augen (Black Eyes). Ferraris then published it again in 1931 by Paris Editions Salabert, as Tes yeux noirs (impression russe) and with Jacques Liber, on Oct 9th, 1931.

    Adalgiso Ferraris, an Italian-born British composer, had spent many years in Russia before 1915. The song became one of his major successes in the 1920s and 1930s, being also played by Albert Sandler, by Leslie Jeffries in 1939, and sung by Al Bowlly in 1939 with words of Albert Mellor. Max Jaffa also recorded it.

    Ferraris himself can be seen in a British Pathé film from 1934 of Alfredo and his Gypsy band playing Dark Eyes, sitting in the orchestra behind the lead Alfredo.

    Ferraris's Dark Eyes was recorded by Harry Parry and his radio sextet in 1941, and that version is still played by many artists. Chet Atkins played an original interpretation of the song on electric guitar. Wynton Kelly recorded a jazz version in 1958. Feodor Chaliapin also popularised the song abroad.

    The song was briefly played by the Three Tenors in their 1990 concert in Rome. It has become one of the signature songs of opera baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky in his concerts.

  • Как сыграть полёт шмеля на трубе. Техника пальцев.

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  • Ice Chime. National Park “Sviati Hory” Святые Горы.

    5:53

    National Park «Sviati Gory» (Holy Mountains)

    National Park «Sviati Gory» was established by the decree of the President of Ukraine № 135/97 from the 13th of February, 1997.

    All the organizational works were carried on by the Head of State Department of Ecology and Natural Resources in the Donetsk region S.Kurulenko. The project of establishment was prepared by the Laboratory of Nature Conservation Problems of Donetsk University under the direction of Deputy Head of the same Department Gennadiy Molodan.

    He did much to study wildlife and promote nature conservation in the Donetsk region. Being a high-ranking official, Gennadiy Molodan understood the value of the natural complexes which managed to survive, he sincerely felt and understood the responsibility for keeping them for descendants. He was an advanced person in matters of ecology and actually he was the one who brought the aspirations of scientists into a formalized idea of a national park. Gennadiy Molodan’s efforts were not in vain, and the process of creating the park was transferred to the practical level. General public, scientists and administrative structures were involved in the process of establishment of the National Park Sviati Gory.

    The Mayor of Slavyanogirsk A.Karlov and the Head of the Main Department of Reserves and National Parks of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Nuclear Safety of Ukraine N.Stetsenko also made a significant contribution to the creation of the National Park.

    National Park Sviati Gory is subordinated to the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine. The territory of the park is located in the north of Donetsk region, in Slavyansk, Krasnolimansk and Artemovsk districts. It includes the resort city of Svyatogorsk. National Park Sviati Gory is the first national park which has been created in the left-bank Ukraine.

    The territory of the park is of 40605.5 hectares, 11894.5 of them were given to the National Park for permanent use, and other 28711 hectares are in the use of the Slavyansk and Krasnolimansk forestries and city Svyatogorsk.

    About 90% of the territory of the park is covered with forests, a significant area is occupied by the floodplain of the Severskiy Donets river with water meadows, lakes, marshes and former river-beds. Currently, 57 species of mammals live here, over 200 species of birds nest here or stay during migrations. 17 species of amphibians and reptiles, 30 fish species have been found here in their typical habitats. Within the territory of National Park and in its closest vicinity there are about 1200 species of vascular plants and at least 1000 species of mushrooms. The flora and fauna of National Park Sviati Gory includes 119 plant and animal species, which that are listed in the Red Book of Ukraine, 31 species is included into the European Red List.

    The history of the park is virtually identical to the dramatic story of the young Ukrainian state. Just before the creation of the park state forestry enterprises have cut down about 40% of native pine forests in the future territory of the park, during the regime of Yanukovych park painfully suffered from poaching orgy and uncontrolled logging. Fighting for the freeing of the city Slavyansk from separatists and armed gangs in 2014 also had no benefit for valuable natural complexes.

    But the park not only managed to survive, but also saved the heritage which had been entrusted to the park for protection by Ukrainian people.
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  • Szymanowska Polonaise on a favourite Melody of Prince Józef Poniatowski Smendzianka Polish Romantic

    3:47

    This favourite melody of Prince Józef Poniatowski is probably that military march known as March of Prince Józef Poniatowski (arranged for orchestra by Noskowski):

    Regina Smendzianka - piano
    Score:
    (Polonaise in C major)
    Paintings:
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  • Carol of the Bells performed by Steve Siu

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    Steve Siu does his interpretation of the classic Carol of the Bells.

    It is also known as the Ukrainian Bell Carol or as Ring Christmas Bells. It was originally composed by the Ukrainian composer and orthodox priest Mykola Dmytrovych Leontovych. A version (Ring Christmas Bells) with words was written by Minna Louise Hohman in 1947.

  • Ogiński Waltz nr 1 from Five dances for piano Walc nr 1 Smendzianka Polish Romantic Piano Music

    2:04

    Szymanowska Lessel Ogiński Smendzianka (playlist):

    Michał Kleofas Ogiński (1765-1833) - polish composer

    Regina Smendzianka - piano

    Rec. 1966

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  • Yuri Ishchenko. Four Mazurkas and Just a touch of Chopin

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    A modern piano composition by Ukrainian composer Yuri Ishchenko with quotes from F.Chopin's Mazurkas

  • DAGADANA & POZNAN JAZZ PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA - Akademia

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    To celebrate DAGADANA's birthday we have invited Poznań Jazz Philharmonic Orchestra under the leadership of composer and guitarist, Piotr Scholz, to cooperate with us. Our meeting resulted in a wonderful birthday concert which you can watch and enjoy with us.
    Dagdana is a quartet, travelling to various corners of the world and telling other people about fascinating and rich cultures of Poland and Ukraine, so similar and so different at the same time.
    Dagadana look for their inspiration in root music and jazz, experiment with different styles and electronic sounds, look into modern literature and even bring to light unknown, forgotten poetry.
    During the concert we have played new songs as well some peaces from our previous albums. Our debut record Maleńka [A Small one], won massive acclaim from the media and from cultural opinion-makers, and it was championed by Polish Radio 3. Dagadana were nominated for the Fryderyk 2011 award in two categories: World Music Album of the Year (which it won) and Phonografic Debut of the Year. Akademia [Academy] is one of the song from this album.
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    Z okazji urodzin zaprosiliśmy do współpracy Poznań Jazz Philharmonic Orchestra pod kierownictwem kompozytora i gitarzysty Piotra Scholza. Nasze spotkanie zaowocowało wspaniałym jubileuszowym koncertem, który możecie zobaczyć i przeżyć wspólnie z nami.
    Na koncercie wysłuchać można było nowe utwory, ale także kilka numerów przypominających poprzednie albumy. Akademia znalazła się na naszym pierwszym albumie Maleńka, za którego DAGADANA otrzymała najważniejszą muzyczną nagrodę w Polsce - Fryderyk.


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    DAGADANA:
    Daga Gregorowicz- vocals, electronics
    Dana Vynnytska - vocals, keyboard instruments
    Mikołaj Pospieszalski - double-bass, bass guitar, violin, vocals
    Bartosz Mikołaj Nazaruk - percussion

    POZNAN JAZZ PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA:
    Piotr Scholz - guitar, conductor
    Seweryn Graniasty - soprano saxophone
    Kuba Marciniak - tenor saxophone
    Robert Błoszyk - tenor saxophone
    Kacper Smoliński - harmonica
    Tomasz Orłowski - trumpet
    Piotr Banyś - trombone
    Tomasz Citak - violin
    Marta Michalak - violin
    Marianna Kalicka - viola
    Anna Papierz - cello

    Orchestra arrangement: Piotr Scholz
    Soloist : Kacper Smoliński - harmonica

    Video:
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    Video Edit- Jędrek Filuś
    Recording: Marcin Teperek (Mc Gyver)
    Mix & Mastering - Mateusz Hulbój

    Organizers:
    Centrum Kultury ZAMEK in Poznaniu, Miasto Poznań, Narodowe Centrum Kultury , Fundacja Render, Fundacja WeezArt

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    Akademia
    Lyrics:
    music: DAGADANA

    Believe me, tiny glow-beam.
    Even when –
    when the shadows of fish rise from the bottom to the surface – sparkling in the sun – and I
    see their murkier
    aspect, I fumble, fire blindly – even then
    believe me, tiny glow-beam.

    Just now, when it seems the entire ocean fell on a tiny town,
    The trees rustle, stirring translucent water,
    And it is as though we are homeless, begging to stay the night in an all-night laundromat,
    quiescent and content amidst the surrounding splashing,
    in a dance on a sail mast, in the heart of a comet
    that is full of old names and dates suddenly melded and forged into one kernel in a scalding cauldron,
    scattered and dispersed thus, as we can only run within our love.
    Tiny glow-beam, I can’t go on without your breath.

    Translated from Ukrainian by Luba Gawur.
    ____________________________________________________________________


    Wierz mi światełko. Nawet kiedy- kiedy z dna podchodzą cienie ryb, roziskrzonych w słońcu- i widzę ich bardziej mętny
    bok plączę się, palę na oślep - nawet wtedy
    wierz mi, światełko.
    Teraz, kiedy zdaje się cały ocean spadł na maleńkie miasto,
    szumią drzewa, przepompowując przezroczystą wodę,
    I my bezdomni, którzy wprosili się na nocleg do automatycznej pralni, uciszeni i szczęśliwi wśród wszechobecnego plusku,
    W tańcu na rei, w sercu komety, która pełna jest starych imion i dat, nagle spławionych w jedno piekące jądro, rozpędzonych tak, jak tylko my możemy biec w swojej miłości.
    Światełko, nie potrafię bez twojego oddechu.

    Tłumaczenie na j.polski Bohdan Zadura
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  • Schumann Piano Sonata no. 2 in G minor op. 22 Ewa Pobłocka Rec. 1981

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    Ewa Pobłocka - piano, rec. 08.12.1981
    A prize-winner of the Tenth International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, Ewa Pobłocka also received the prize for the best performance of Chopin mazurkas (1980). She began taking piano lessons when she was five. She pursued her studies at Gdańsk Music Academy under Zbigniew Śliwiński and Jerzy Sulikowski, and received her diploma with distinction in 1981. She completed post-graduate studies in Hamburg under Conrad Hansen (1982) and has benefitted from artistic consultation with Jadwiga Sukiennicka, Rudolf Kerer, Tatiana Nikolaieva and Martha Argerich.
    In 1977, she won First Prize in the International Viotti Music Competition in Vercelli, and in 1979 the gold medal at the International Festival of Young Laureates in Bordeaux. She has performed throughout Europe and the Americas, as well as in the Far East and Australia, in such venues as the Herkules-Saal in Munich, Musikhalle in Hamburg, Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, Barbican Centre and Wigmore Hall in London, Musikverein in Vienna, Lincoln Center in New York and Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto. She has played as a soloist with the London Symphony Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Bayerischers Rundfunkorchester, Sinfonia Varsovia and Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra and has repeatedly toured as a Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra soloist under the baton of Kazimierz Kord and Antoni Wit.
    Ewa Pobłocka is a passionate chamber musician and has regularly performed with the Silesian Quartet, as well as singers like Jadwiga Rappe, Olga Pasichnyk and Ewa Podleś. She has given numerous premieres and made world premiere recordings of works by Polish contemporary composers, including piano concertos by Andrzej Panufnik, Witold Lutosławski, Paweł Szymański and Paweł Mykietyn.
    She has performed for many European radio stations and recorded for such labels as Polskie Nagrania ‘Muza’, Deutsche Grammophon, Pony Canyon, Victor JVC, CD Accord and BeArTon. Many of her recordings have won prizes and critical acclaim. Her most recent CDs have featured Grieg’s complete piano works, solo works by Brahms and Schumann and the complete songs of Chopin. In 2010, the Fryderyk Chopin Institute released her CD with Chopin’s Mazurkas and Sonata in C minor on period piano (Pleyel, 1848).
    Pobłocka is also a distinguished teacher. As well as teaching piano at Bydgoszcz Music Academy and the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, she is also a guest professor at the National University of Fine Arts and Music in Tokyo and Nagoya. She has sat on the jury of many international piano competitions and received the annual Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Award and the Cavalier’s Cross of the Polonia Restituta Order from the Polish President (2004). Ewa Pobłocka performed in the ‘Chopin and his Europe’ festival in 2007, 2009, 2010.
    (chopin.nifc.pl)

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  • Maxim Rysanov In Schuberts Company Documentary

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    A close look into the process of the recording of Maxim Rysanov's latest recording - In Schubert's Company - Homage to great composer's 220 anniversary.

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    Ukrainian-British violist and conductor Maxim Rysanov has established himself as one of the worlds most vibrant and charismatic musicians. He is principally known for his performances as a violist, guest of the crème of international music scene such as BBC Last Night of the Proms, Verbier, Great Mountain, Tran Siberian and Edinburgh Festival, Salzburg Festival among others. After having completed a conducting fellowship at The GSMD he started to combine his viola performance with a career as a conductor.
    Conducting engagements include the Spanish Radio Orchestra, Basel Symphony Orchestra, Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Riga Sinfonietta, London Mozart Players, Russian National Orchestra, and Moscow Musica Viva, Częstochowa Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra Chaarts, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Dala Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia, Voronezh Youth Orchestra, Danubia Symphony as well as conducting at festivals in Dubrovnik (with Roger Moore as narrator), Utrecht (with Janine Jansen), Boswil (with Vilde Frang), Surrey Hills (with Nicola BenedettI), Budapest Festival Orchestra (Kelemen Quartet), and the finale of the Beijing Viola Festival, Plovdiv Philharmonic (Kristina Blaumane), Sofia Opera Orchestra and Chorus (Bulgarian premier of Cantata by Dobrinka Tabakova), Sofia Philharmonic, Royal College of Music String Orchestra, Lviv Philharmonic, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Lepaje Symphony Orchestra (soloist David Geringas) and the Pforzheim Stadtsorchester.
    As a conductor Maxim worked with such soloists as Mischa Maisky, Nicola Benedetti, Vilde Frang, Janine Jansen, Boris Brovtsyn, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Sergei Krylov, Kristina Blaumane, Ashley Wass, Benjamin Yusupov, Leonard Elschenbroich, Dora Kokas and Kelemen Quartet among others. Among his concerto highlights are Mariinsky Orchestra (Valery Gergiev), Russian National Orchestra (MikhailPletnev), BBC Symphony Orchestra (Jiří Bělohlávek), Seattle Symphony (Andrey Boreyko), Orquesta de Castilla y Leon (Vasily Petrenko), DSO Berlin (Tugan Sokhiev), Moscow Philharmonic (Yuri Simonov), BSO (Vladimir Fedoseev), Gurzenich Orchestra (Sir Mark Elder), Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra (Philippe Herreweghe), NDR Philharmonic Orchestra (Eivind Gullberg Jensen), Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (Juraj Valcuha), RTE Symphony Orchestra (Olari Elts), the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (Arvo Volmer), the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (Vladimir Verbitsky), Auckland Symphony Orchestra (Eckehard Stier), Danish National Symphony Orchestra (Michael Schoenwandt), Malaysian Philharmonic (Yan Pascal Tortelier), Shanghai Symphony (Long Yu), Orquesta Sinfonica de Euskadi (Diego Matheuz), Ulster Orchestra (Paul Watkins), European Union Youth Orchestra (Matthias Bamert), Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg (Michal Dworzynski), Kazan Symphony (Alexander Sladkovsky) and Strasburg (Vasily Sinaisky).
    Maxim has long been recognised by the international music scene and his list of prizes affirm that status. These include the Classic FM Gramophone Young Artist of the Year Award and the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Award, as well as the Geneva, Lionel Tertis and Valentino Bucchi competitions.
    Maxim is a keen promoter of new music. Recently he conducted the Russian premier of the Piano Concerto by Benjamin Yusupov. His enthusiasm for new music has generated collaborations, which have extended the viola repertoire. This includes world premieres by Dobrinka Tabakova, Richard Dubugnon and Sergei Akhunov. Other composers with whom Maxim has developed a close working relationship include Benjamin Yusupov, Leonid Desyatnikov, Giya Kancheli, Artyom Vassiliev and Elena Langer. In 2014 Maxim presented the Penderecki's double concerto in a Russian premiere. In 2016 he premieres a new viola concerto by Peteris Vasks that was co-commissioned by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Vale of Glamorgan Festival and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg. Further performances include Turku Philharmonic, Riga Sinfonietta, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Wurttemburgisches Kammerorchester Heilbron and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra.
    Maxim's commercial CD have continually gained awards including Gramophone Editor's Choice and ECHO, ICMA, Gramophone and Grammy nominations as well as reaching the top of the iTunes charts in the USA. His recent recording of the Martinu Rhapsody – Concerto was shortlisted for the Gramophone Award.
    He is delighted to have a Giuseppe Guadagnini viola (1780) on extended loan from the Elise Mathilde Foundation.

  • All-stars MOZGI Ent. Промінь — Золота Жар-птиця 2018

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    Ukrainian pop acts all part of the MOZGI entertainment company, including Время и Стекло, MOZGI, Michelle Andrade performed the song Промінь at the inaugural Золота Жар-птица awards show, where numerous Ukrainian acts performed and won awards for their musical and artistic achievements.

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