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Piano Recital: Kholodenko, Vadym - RACHMANINOV, S. / MEDTNER, N.

Piano Recital: Kholodenko, Vadym - RACHMANINOV, S. / MEDTNER, N.

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Vadym Kholodenko

Soloist

Venue:

Studio No. 5, "Kultura" National TV, Moscow

Venue

Record Label
Delos

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 64:19
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Piano Recital: Kholodenko, Vadym - RACHMANINOV, S. / MEDTNER, N.

     
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NICOLAS MEDTNER

 

Piano Sonata No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 25

 
1 Introduzione: Andante - Allegro 15:32
2 Allegro molto sfrenatamente 14:28
     
 

SERGEI RACHMANINOV

 

Bach - Violin Partita No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006

 
3 I. Prelude 03:40
4 III. Gavotte 02:53
5 VII. Gigue 01:39
     
6 

Schubert - Wohin

02:24
     
7 

Mendelssohn - A Midsummer Night's Dream

04:31
     
8 

Tchaikovsky - Lullaby

04:29
     
9 

Behr - Lachtaubchen, "Polka de WR"

03:53
     
10 

Kreisler - Liebesleid

04:42
     
11 

Kreisler - Liebesfreud

06:08
     
 Vadym Kholodenko Soloist


As Delos director (and revered pianist) Carol Rosenberger wrote in her foreword to this release’s booklet, “The legendary Russian pianism of yesteryear is alive and well! When I listen to Vadym play the piano, I feel that I am witnessing a musical reincarnation.” The qualities she alludes to are the same ones that inspired the 2013 Van Cliburn Competition’s judges, audiences, and media critics alike to respond to Kholodenko’s artistry with awe-stricken rapture.

And “Russian pianism” is, of course, best demonstrated via the interpretation of Russian composers’ music – as proven here in Vadym Kholodenko’s choice of relatively uncommon repertoire from two of Russian music’s “golden-age” composer-pianists: nine of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s thirteen intriguing piano transcriptions, plus Nikolai Medtner’s brilliant, but unjustly neglected “Night Wind” Sonata in E minor (his seventh) – considered his supreme masterpiece. And Vadym – in the course of his now-­-demanding touring schedule – is rapidly gaining rabid new fans wherever he performs!

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