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TO 0196

Komarnitsky - Chamber & Instrumental Music

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2014

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

London Piano Trio



Venue:

Danbury, Essex

12-13 May 2011

Producer:

Peter Shore



Engineer:

Anthony Philpot



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Chamber


Instrumental

Total Time - 57:46
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OLEG KOMARNITSKY

1 

Sonata for Violin and Piano, Alyonushka (1970)

11:26
   
 

Suite for Piano

 
2 No.1 Autumn (1968) 2:00
3 No.2 Humoresque (1968) 0:56
4 No.3 Mischief (1975) 1:14
   
 

Sonata for Solo Cello in C minor (1973)

 
5 I Andante espressivo e poco rubato 7:44
6 II Allegro ma non troppo 3:04
   
 

Two Pieces for Piano (1974)

 
7 No.1 Joke 1:01
8 No.2 March of the Chess Pieces 0:55
   
9 

Andante amoroso for violin and piano (1996)

5:44
   
 

Two Pieces on Swiss Folksongs (1976)

 
10 No.1 The Flowers Have Gone to Sleep 1:10
11 No.2 Winter in the Forest 1:15
   
12 

Monologue for solo violin (1995)

7:10
   
13 

Canon 'In a Smithy' (Old Clavecinists' Style) (1980)

0:47
   
14 

'Mockery'

1:30
  (from Ironic Humoresques) (1981)  
15 

Slavonic Capriccio for violin and piano

11:50
  (1969, transcr. 1987)  
  TT 57:46      
   
  Robert Atchinson, violin 1,9,12,15  
  David Jones, cello 5,6  
  Olga Dudnik, piano 1-4,7-11,13-15  
   


In his short life the Moscow-born Oleg Komarnitsky (1946–98) produced music in a wide variety of genres – orchestral, choral, chamber, instrumental and more, not least works for children – but almost none of it has been recorded before; it wasn’t even heard outside Russia before 1996. Komarnitsky’s music is accessible and lyrical, with the Slavic melancholy which colours the string works here (apparently all that survives of his chamber music) balanced by the buoyant and innocent humour of his piano music, with its echoes of Prokofiev and Shostakovich.

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