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Leningrad International Festival 1988
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WWE 6CD 31806

Leningrad International Festival 1988

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Archaeopteryx 32:45 Share
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Concerto for viola and orchestra 20:54 Share
3
Metamorphoses 14:42 Share
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Concerto No. 2 for piano and orchestra - I 06:35 Share
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Concerto No. 2 for piano and orchestra - II 06:02 Share
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Concerto No. 2 for piano and orchestra - III 03:45 Share
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Concerto for violin and orchestra 17:38 Share
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Light Sorrow 33:15 Share
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Concerto for piano, chamber orchestra and laser beam 17:53 Share
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Two movements for chamber orchestra 14:29 Share
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Capriccio Pour Hautbois 07:09 Share
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Prelude for two violins 04:35 Share
13
Music for strings, oboes, horns, and celesta 25:41 Share
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Harmonielehre 16:50 Share
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Harmonielehre - The Anforas Wound 11:23 Share
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Harmonielehre - Meister Eckhardt And Quackie 11:16 Share
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Iwan Karabits - Concerto No. 2 For Orchestra 15:44 Share
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Yasushi Akutagawa - Rhapsody For Orchestra 16:20 Share
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Pavane (1988) for five violas 10:59 Share
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Concerto Grosso No. 1 (1977) for two violins, harpsichord, and strings 27:35 Share
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Opera Strumentale (1987) five fragments for orchestra 21:28 Share
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Wölfli-Lieder (1981/82) for baritone and orchestra 14:27 Share
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Der Wald (1984) Concerto for kettle-drum and orchestra 20:26 Share
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Concerto for piano and orchestra (1976) 23:49 Share
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Hour of the Soul (1974) for large orchestra, mezzo-soprano, and percussion 26:56 Share
Total Time 07:02:36
Digital Booklet - only with album
CD 1

Hummel, Franz (*1939)

Archaeopteryx (1987)
Concerto for violin and orchestra
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
V. Verbickij, conductor
Ulf Hoelscher, violin
M. Nikanorov, soprano

Eshpai, Andrej (*1925)

Concerto for viola and orchestra (1987)
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
F. Glooshchenko, conductor
Juri Bashmet, viola

Weiss, Manfred (*1935)
Metamorphoses (1985)
on a theme of H. Schütz‘s Motet
»Verleih uns Frieden gnädiglich«
for orchestra and organ
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
V. Verbickij, conductor
N. Sirotskaja, organ

World Premiere Recordings


CD 2

Jevtic, Ivan (*1947)

Concerto No. 2
for Piano and Orchestra (1985)
Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
J. Domarkas, conductor
M. Jevtic, piano

Kubík, Ladislav (*1946)

Concerto for Violin
and Orchestra (1980)
Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
J. Domarkas, conductor
G. Zhislin, violin

Kancheli, Gija (*1935)
Light Sorrow (1985)
Music for boy chorus, two soloists,
and orchestra (on texts from works
by W. Shakespeare, J. W. von Goethe,
G. Tabidze and A. Pushkin)
Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra
D. Kaghidze, conductor

World Premiere Recordings


CD 3

Lombardi, Daniele (*1946)

Concerto for Piano, Chamber
Orchestra, and Laser Beam (1988)
Daniele Lombardi, piano
»Virtuoses of Moscow«
Chamber Orchestra
Vladimir Spivakov, conductor

Cervello, Jordi (*1935)

Two Movements
for chamber orchestra
»Virtuoses of Moscow«
Chamber Orchestra
Vladimir Spivakov, conductor
World Premiere Recording

Penderecki, Krzysztof (*1933)
Capriccio (1965) for oboe and
eleven string instruments
A. Utkin, oboe
»Virtuoses of Moscow«
Chamber Orchestra
Vladimir Spivakov, conductor

Schnittke, Alfred (1934–1998)

Prelude in memoriam
Dmitri Shostakovich (1975)
for two violins or one violin and tape
Vladimir Spivakov, violin

Shchedrin, Rodion (*1934)

Music for Strings, Oboes, Horns and Celesta (1986)
based on the music of the ballet
»The Lady with a Lap-Dog«
»Virtuoses of Moscow«
Chamber Orchestra
Vladimir Spivakov, conductor

CD 4

Adams, John (*1947)

Harmonielehre (1985) for orchestra
Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
J. Domarkas, conductor

Karabits, Ivan (*1945)

Concerto No. 2 (1986) for orchestra
Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
J. Domarkas, conductor
World Premiere Recording

Akutagawa, Yasushi (*1925)

Rhapsody (1971) for orchestra
Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra
Valeri Gergijev, conductor

CD 5

Tchaikovsky, Alexander (*1946)

Pavane (1988) for five violas
Ensemble-Soloists
J. Bashmet, conductor
World Premiere Recording

Schnittke, Alfred

Concerto Grosso No. 1 (1977)
for two violins, harpsichord,
and strings
G. Kremer & T. Grindenko, violins
Ensemble-Soloists
Y. Bashmet, conductor

Balakauskas, Oswaldas (*1937)
Opera Strumentale (1987)
five fragments for orchestra
Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
J. Domarkas, conductor
World Premiere Recording

Rihm, Wolfgang (*1952)

Wölfli-Lieder (1981/82)
for baritone and orchestra
Richard Salter, baritone
Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra
Alexander Dmitriyev, conductor

CD 6

Matthus, Siegfried (*1934)

Der Wald (1984) Concerto for
kettle-drum and orchestra
Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra
A. Dmitrijev, conductor

Mintchev, Georgi (*1939)

Concerto for Piano
and Orchestra (1976)
N. Petrov, piano
Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
J. Domarkas, conductor

Gubaidulina, Sofia (*1931)
Hour of the Soul (1974)
for large orchestra, mezzo-soprano,
and percussion
Mark Pekarsky, percussion
Lina Mkrtchyan, mezzo-soprano
Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra
Timur Mynbajev, conductor

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