III International Music Festival Leningrad 1988

III International Music Festival Leningrad 1988

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    Leningrad 1988: III. International Music Festival

    CD 1

    Hummel, Franz (1939)
    World Premiere Recording
    Archaeopteryx (1987)
    Concerto for violin and orchestra
    USSR State Symphony Orchestra
    V. Verbickij, conductor
    Ulf Hoelscher, violin
    M. Nikanorov, soprano


    Eshpai, Andrej (1925)
    World Premiere Recording
    Concerto for viola and orchestra (1987)
    USSR State Symphony Orchestra
    F. Glooshchenko, conductor
    Juri Bashmet, viola


    Weiss, Manfred (1935)
    World Premiere Recording
    Metamorphoses (1985) on a theme of H. Schütz´s Motet
    Verleih uns Frieden gnadiglich for orchestra and organ
    USSR State Symphony Orchestra
    V. Verbickij, conductor
    N. Sirotskaja, organ


    CD 2

    Jevtic, Ivan (1947)
    World Premiere Recording
    Concerto No. 2 for Piano and Orchestra (1985)
    Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
    J. Domarkas, conductor
    Maria Jevtic, piano


    Kubík, Ladislav (1946)
    World Premiere Recording
    Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (1980)
    Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
    J. Domarkas, conductor
    G. Zhislin, violin


    Kancheli, Gija (1935)
    World Premiere Recording
    Light Sorrow (1985)
    Music for boy chorus, two soloists and orchestra on texts from works by W. Shakespeare,
    J.W. Goethe, G. Tabizde and A. Pushkin
    Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra
    D. Kaghidze, conductor


    CD 3

    Lombardi, Daniele (1946)
    World Premiere Recording
    Concerto for piano, chamber orchestra and laser beam (1988)
    Daniele Lombardi, piano
    "Virtuoses of Moscow" Chamber Orchestra
    Vladimir Spivakov, conductor


    Cervello, Jordi (1935)
    World Premiere Recording
    Two Movements for chamber orchestra
    "Virtuoses of Moscow" Chamber Orchestra
    Vladimir Spivakov, conductor


    Penderecki, Krzysztof (1933)
    Capriccio (1965)
    for oboe and eleven string instruments
    A. Utkin, oboe
    "Virtuoses of Moscow" Chamber Orchestra
    Vladimir Spivakov, conductor


    Schnittke, Alfred (1934-1998)
    Prelude in memoriam Dmitri Shostakovich (1975)
    for two violins or one violin and tape
    Vladimir Spivakov, violin


    Shchedrin, Rodion (1934)
    World Premiere Recording
    Music for Strings, Oboes, Horns and Celesta (1986)
    based on the music of the ballet The Lady with a Lap-Dog
    "Virtuoses of Moscow" Chamber Orchestra
    Vladimir Spivakov, conductor


    CD 4

    Adams, John (1947)
    Harmonielehre (1985) for orchestra
    Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
    J. Domarkas, conductor


    Karabits, Ivan (1945)
    World Premiere Recording
    Concerto No. 2 (1986)
    for orchestra
    Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
    J. Domarkas, conductor


    Akutagawa, Yasushi (1925)
    Rhapsody (1971)
    for orchestra
    Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra
    Valeri Gergijev, conductor


    CD 5

    Tchaikovsky, Alexander (1946)
    World Premiere Recording
    Pavane (1988)
    for five violas
    Ensemble-Soloists
    Juri Bashmet, conductor


    Schnittke, Alfred (1934-1998)
    Concerto Grosso No.1 (1977)
    for two violins, harpsichord and strings
    Gidon Kremer & Tatiana Grindenko, violins
    Ensemble-Soloists
    Yuri Bashmet, director


    Balakauskas, Oswaldas (1937)
    World Premiere Recording
    Opera Strumentale (1987)
    five fragments for orchestra
    Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
    J. Domarkas, conductor


    Rihm, Wolfgang (1952)
    Wolfli-Lieder (1981/82)
    for baritone and orchestra
    Richard Salter, baritone
    Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra
    Alexander Dmitriyev, director


    CD 6

    Matthus, Siegfried (1934)
    Der Wald (1984)
    Concerto for kettle-drum and orchestra
    Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra
    A. Dmitrijev, conductor


    Mintchev, Georgi (1939)
    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (1976)
    N. Petrov, piano
    Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestra
    J. Domarkas, conductor


    Gubaidulina, Sofia (1931)
    Hour of the Soul (1974)
    for large orchestra, mezzo-soprano and percussion
    Mark Pekarsky, percussion
    Lina Mkrtchyan, mezzo-soprano
    Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra
    Timur Mynbajev, director

III International Music Festival Leningrad 1988 - 39573 - Classical music

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