miércoles, 7 de enero de 2015

Khachaturian: Suites & Dances - Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Tjeknavorian

Aram Il'yich Khachaturian (6/06/1903 - 5/01/1978)
Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra
Tjeknavorian, Loris - Conductor
Audio CD (5 Feb. 2008)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Alto
ASIN: B00100EYW4Format audio: mp3 + m3u
Audio Quality: Very High (lossy)
Bit Rate: Constante Bit Rate 320 kbps
Size: 156,6 MB en el disco

Contenido del CD:
01] Masquerade - 1. Waltz
02] Masquerade - 2. Nocturne
03] Masquerade - 3. Mazurka
04] Masquerade - 4. Romance
05] Masquerade - 5. Galop
06] The Valencian Widow Suite - I. Introduction
07] The Valencian Widow Suite - II. Serenade
08] The Valencian Widow Suite - III. Song
09] The Valencian Widow Suite - IV. Comic Dance
10] The Valencian Widow Suite - V. Intermezzo
11] The Valencian Widow Suite - VI. Dance
12] Dance Suite - 1. Caucasian Dance
13] Dance Suite - 2. Uzbek Dance
14] The Battle Of Stalingrad - City On The Volga
15] The Battle Of Stalingrad - Invasion
16] The Battle Of Stalingrad - Stalingrad On Fire
17] The Battle Of Stalingrad - Battle For The Motherland
18] The Battle Of Stalingrad - Forward Into Victory
19] The Battle Of Stalingrad - There Is A Crag On The Volga

Aram Khachaturian was one of the most popular composers of the Soviet period of Russian history, successfully managing to combine the folk music of his native Armenia with the more formal Russian musical tradition as represented by Rimsky-Korsakov. Born in 1903, he showed early signs of a love of music, but his formal training did not begin until 1922, when he was admitted to the famous Gnessin Institute in Moscow (his family having moved there the previous year) and continued at the Moscow Conservatory with the eminent composer Myaskovsky. The first major work of Khachaturian to be performed was his Symphony No. 1 (1934). International acclaim greeted his rambunctious Piano Concerto of 1936, the success of which was quickly duplicated with the Violin Concerto of 1940, and throughout the 1940s Khachaturian composed many successful works, such as the ballet Gayaneh with its famous “Sabre Dance” (1942), his Symphony No. 2 (1943) and Cello Concerto (1946).

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