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KHACHATURIAN, A.I.: Spartacus (version by Y. Vamos) (Brandenburgische Philharmonic Potsdam, Tuggle)

KHACHATURIAN, A.I.: Spartacus (version by Y. Vamos) (Brandenburgische Philharmonic Potsdam, Tuggle)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2000

Artists:

Brandenburgische Philharmonic Potsdam


Tuggle, James


James Tuggle

Conductor

Venue:

Berlin, Germany



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Ballet & Dance


Classical

Total Time - 74:16
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KHACHATURIAN, A.I.: Spartacus (version by Y. Vamos) (Brandenburgische Philharmonic Potsdam, Tuggle)

     
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NIKOLAY VOLKOV

 

Spartacus (text by N. Volkov)

 
1 Overture 1:26
     
 

ARAM IL'YICH KHACHATURIAN

2 Act I: Prologue 8:54
     
3 Act I: In die Arena 8:44
     
 

NIKOLAY VOLKOV

4 Act I: Spartacus 3:42
     
5 Act I: Der Afrikaner 1:59
     
 

ARAM IL'YICH KHACHATURIAN

6 Act I: Pas de quatre 2:45
     
 

NIKOLAY VOLKOV

7 Act II: In der Gladiatorenschule 3:21
     
8 Act II: Varynia: Pas de deux (Appendix No. 2) 4:51
     
 

ARAM IL'YICH KHACHATURIAN

9 Act II: Crassus Auftritt 1:01
     
10 Act II: Abschied vor dem Kampf 7:10
     
 

NIKOLAY VOLKOV

11 Act II: Kampf: Varynia and Nublerin (Appendix No. 2) - Spatakus Trauer (Appendix No. 3) 4:56
     
 

ARAM IL'YICH KHACHATURIAN

12 Act II: Aufstand der Sklaven: Spartakus Siegestanz (Appendix No. 2) - Varynias Siegestanz (Appendix No. 3) - Finale (Appendix No. 4) 5:59
     
13 Act II: Die letzte Nacht 9:30
     
14 Act II: Spartakus Tod 9:58
     
 James Tuggle Conductor
 Tuggle, James


Original Soundtrack from a Ballet by Youri Vamos
 
The history of the slave revolt under Spartacus, one of the most violent uprisings of antiquity, has come down to us through various sources, the most copious of which are those of the Roman historians Sallust, Plutarch and Appanius.
 
This days the name of Spartacus stands for struggle for freedom by the oppressed: for this reason it is hardly surprising that this ancient story has aroused renewed interest, particularly in socialist countries. In 1950 Khachaturian visited Italy as part of a Russian delegation. He must have come into detailled contact with the story there, because he began composing the score as early as 1952.
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