Autumnal Song is a dignified village dance of stately character. In Desyatnikov was awarded the State Prize of Russia. These two half-hour pieces have an approachable face. Russian Seasons is for violin, voice and strings. It’s a bit like Tippett in its rapturous insistence and rhythmic opulence. Since the mids, he has collaborated musically with Gidon Kremer. In Shrovetide Song one can almost see the dry grain husks and rising dust.
His favourite genre is “a tragically naughty bagatelle”. Laangaard another entertaining volume. Roman Mints rolls and swerves the notes like the master he is. Leonid Arkadievich Desyatnikov Russian: There are twelve movements, each being separately tracked. Subscribe to our free weekly review listing sample Sample: He is a graduate of the Leningrad Conservatorywhere he studied composition and instrumentation.
You can also use this FreeFind but it is not so comprehensive. An attractive Debussy package. The style of his music is defined by the composer himself as “an emancipation of consonance, transformation of banality and ‘minimalism’ with a human face”. We are currently offering in excess of 50, reviews Advertising on Musicweb.
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We are currently offering in excess of 50, reviews. The music here is comparable with the ‘dancing floor’ middle movement of the Moeran Violin Concerto.
He then returns to an endearing and strangely un-chilly blizzard of violin solo acrobatics. This page was last edited on 4 Februaryat Follow us on Twitter. The Children of Rosenthal an opera in two acts; libretto, Vladimir Sorokincommissioned by the Bolshoi Theatre ; Poor Liza a chamber opera in one act; libretto, Leonid Desyatnikov, after the novel by Nikolai Karamzin ; Gift a cantata based on the verses of Gavrila Derzhavin ; The Leaden Echo a work for voice s and instruments based on the poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins ; and The Rite of Winter a symphony for chorus, soloists and orchestra.
Retrieved from ” https: Desyatnikov has the integrity and valour to end quietly as he does in final quiet breathing movement of these Sketches to Sunset. It’s patently Jewish with forthright klezmer accents. Allusions to other sources abound.
In Desyatnikov was awarded the State Prize of Russia. Let’s hope it will get a showing on TV. Since the mids, he has collaborated musically with Gidon Kremer.
weasons Seven of the 12 songs are minus the voice. Some items to consider. The music here is supple, uninhibited and rippling with dissolute life.
The Whit Monday Song is sweet and dignified and continues the long tradition of Russian melody while the Stomping Song capers about like a wild Hungarian Friss. Wedding Song is very subdued and heavy with foreboding; again the cuckoo chirps away. His principal compositions include: Support us financially by purchasing this from. These are recognisable but processed into the mix: All the words are sung in Russian and the booklet gives them in Cyrillic and English.
Mints’ programme note in English is very useful. There are four operas and much else including film music and The Rite of Winter a symphony for choir, soloists and orchestra.
Views Read Edit View history. It has been recorded in a warm moody acoustic.
DESYATNIKOV Sketches to Sunset. Russian Seasons
One of them has already been recorded; the other Sketches to Sunset is heard for the first time separated from its film setting.
See what you will get. Seasojs is open, devoid of technicality and rich in context.