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TO 0130

Igor Raykhelson - Concertos for Violin and Viola

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2012

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Novaya Rossiya Orchestra


Claudio Vandelli

tracks 1-3

Alexander Slatkovsky

tracks 4-7

Yuri Bashmet

viola

Nikolay Sachenko

violin

Venue:

Tchaikovsky Hall, Moscow

Viola Concerto - live recording

State House of Recording, Moscow

Violin Concerto

Engineer:

Pavel Lavrenenkov



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Violin




Total Time - 60:11
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IGOR RAYKHELSON

 

Violin Concerto in C minor

 
1 I Moderato ma non troppo 15:49
2 II Elegy: Andante Cantabile 7:29
3 III Allegro con moto alla tango 7:36
   
 

Viola Concerto in A minor

 
4 I Largo sostenuto 13:21
5 II Allegro non troppo 2:42
6 III Andante affettuoso 5:59
7 IV Allegro 7:15
   


The Lithuanian pianist and composer Vytautas Bacevicius (1905–70) is one of the undiscovered pioneers of twentieth-century music. His series of seven Mots (‘Words’) for keyboard – five for solo piano, one for organ and one for two pianos – were written between 1933 and 1966 and show the evolution of his musical language from the post-Skryabin style of the early works, via the influence of Prokofiev and Stravinsky, to a highly individual modernism, akin to that of two fellow radicals, Varèse and Wolpe.

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