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TCHEREPNIN, A.: Piano Music, Vol. 7 (Koukl)

TCHEREPNIN, A.: Piano Music, Vol. 7 (Koukl)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Giorgio Koukl

Soloist

Venue:

Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland

Venue

Record Label
Grand Piano

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 57:36
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TCHEREPNIN, A.: Piano Music, Vol. 7 (Koukl)

     
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ALEXANDER TCHEREPNIN

     
 

Voeux (Wishes), Op. 39b

 
1 I. Pour mon Saint 00:55
2 II. Pour ma famille 01:22
3 III. Pour le Sentiment 02:07
4 IV. Pour le Bonheur Bourgeois 01:12
5 V. Pour le travail 01:54
6 VI. Pour la Vie 01:43
7 VII. Pour la Paix en Orient 00:45
     
8 

Polka (version for piano)

01:53
     
9 

Etude de concert

04:10
     
10 

Canzona, Op. 28

03:25
     
11 

Autour des Montagnes Russes (Riding the Roller Coaster)

03:28
     
12 

Toccata No. 2, Op. 20

08:07
     
13 

Pastoral

01:44
     
14 

Canon, Op. posth. (version for piano)

02:44
     
15 

Dialogue

04:03
     
16 

Old St. Petersburg

03:16
     
17 

Ballade

08:57
     
18 

Souvenir de Voyage

02:55
     
19 

Badinage

02:56
     
 Giorgio Koukl Soloist


Ranging widely over Tcherepnin’s compositional life, Volume 7 includes early, unpublished works such as the Étude de concert, Old St Petersburg and the Ballade, which have been made available especially for this recording. The ultra-virtuosic Toccata No. 2 dates from 1922 whilst shorter, lighter pieces such as the Polka were written during the German Occupation of Paris.

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