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Mikhail Chekalin - Requiem for Unofficial Moscow Artist / PostSymphony No. 12 FLAC album


Performer: Mikhail Chekalin
Genre: Electronic
Title: Requiem for Unofficial Moscow Artist / PostSymphony No. 12
Released: 2014
Style: Modern Classical
FLAC version ZIP size: 1765 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1919 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1162 mb
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Mikhail Chekalin Requiem For Unoficial Artist. com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. com's standard return policy will apply. Disc: 1. 1. 01–Mikhail Chekalin Requiem For Unoficial Artist. 2. 02–Mikhail Chekalin PostSymphony 12 Part 1. 3. 03–Mikhail Chekalin PostSymphony 12 Part 2. 4. 04–Mikhail Chekalin PostSymphony 12 Part 3. 5. 05–Mikhail Chekalin PostSymphony 12 PS. Product details. The other major work on the album, "Post Symphony is a 3-part, 40+ minute piece dedicated to Chekalin's wife, renowned Moscow actress Natalya Vlassova. Descriptions of the music are impossible. Suffice to say it is one of the most sophisticated, adventurous and emotionally loaded electronic music works I have ever heard.

released 26 June 2019 1. Requiem for Unofficial Artist. Part 1. PostSymphony№12. Part 2. Part 3. Digital reissue of CD-album MIR/Eurock 2014. To the memory of my friend Alexander Kurkin (1947-2012) the Moscow painter, Natalya Vlasova (19?1-2014) the Moscow actress and to the memory of my friend Sergey dorokhin (195?-2012) the Moscow art-designer. All music composed, performed and mixed by Mikhail Chekalin 2011-2014.

Mikhail Chekalin Requiem for Unofficial Moscow Artist, PostSymphony No. 12. "The first of the four new albums, "Requiem" pays homage to two of Chekalin's late Russian artist friends and his wife Natalya Vlassova, who died early in 2014.

A New Age Symphony ‎(CD, Album). Requiem for Unofficial Moscow Artist, PostSymphony No. 12 ‎(CD, Album).

The other major work on the album Post Symphony is a 3-part, 40+ minute piece dedicated to his wife, who was a renowned Russian actress. The interplay between effects, melodies and thematic ideas developed are dizzying, at times breathtaking. The final musical segment Part 3 is dedicated to Chekalin’s former creative collaborator Moscow art designer Sergey Dorokhin.

2-Color Ink on Silver Disc. Container: Standard Jewel Case with Black Tray & No Shrink-Wrap. CD Manufacturing: Professionally Replicated.

For Russian electronic music, Mikhail Chekalin is not only a major character, who has affected the scene's establishment and development, but also a kind of symbolic figure. However, just like all great artists, Mikhail himself prefers to focus not on personal achievements, but on creativity. I don't have a biography - only a discography' - this quote of the author may become an entry point of sorts into the compilation presented.

Tracklist

1 Requiem For Unoficial Artist 26:12
2 PostSymphony 12 Part 1 18:30
3 PostSymphony 12 Part 2 11:32
4 PostSymphony 12 Part 3 10:03
5 PostSymphony 12 PS 3:15

Credits

  • Composed By, Performer, Mixed By, Producer, Design – Mikhail Chekalin
  • Painting – A. Kurkin

Notes

All Music Composed, Performed Recorded and Mixed by Mikhail Chekalin 2011-2014
Run Time: 69:32 minutes
On the art-cover "Aheeneya" by A. Kurkin (painting, 80s)
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Over the past several years, the full range of Chekalin's talent has also gained some measure of acclaim in his homeland as well as outside of Russia. In 2008, he had a showing of his paintings at the prestigious Vincent Art Gallery in Moscow. In 2009, his modernist opera "What is Po?" premiered in Moscow. Most recently, on October 25, 2014, the Württemberg Chamber Orchestra featuring American wunderkind Scott Voyles conducting performed Chekalin's "Last Seasons" symphony in Germany.The first of the four new albums, "Requiem" pays homage to two of Chekalin's late Russian artist friends and his wife Natalya Vlassova, who died early in 2014. The title track "Requiem for Unofficial Artist" is dedicated to Moscow painter Alexander Kurkin whose painting serves as cover illustration for the CD. The composition is a powerful 26+ minute extended piece of impressionistic symphonic electronica the likes of which are seldom heard in today's push-button sampled synthetic scene. The arrangements are a shape-shifting mix of ambient soundscapes, industrial, rock and symphonic passages. Alternatively, the music is warmly symphonic and overloaded with synthetic power surges propelled by high-energy rhythms.The track culminates with a collage of field recordings featuring the famous Soviet dissident writer and sociologist Alexander Zinoviev who died recently. He fled the country during the Soviet era, but returned in the early 1990s to become an outspoken critic of not only the Soviet regime, but also Western democratic imperial pursuits and modern politics as practiced by the current government in Russia as well.The other major work on the album, "Post Symphony #12", is a 3-part, 40+ minute piece dedicated to Chekalin's wife, renowned Moscow actress Natalya Vlassova. Descriptions of the music are impossible. Suffice to say it is one of the most sophisticated, adventurous and emotionally loaded electronic music works I have ever heard. The interplay between effects, melodies and thematic ideas developed are dizzying, at times breathtaking. The final musical segment, "Part 3", is dedicated to Chekalin's former creative collaborator Moscow art designer Sergey Dorokhin.All the music on Requiem composed, performed, recorded and mixed by Chekalin himself simply must be heard to be believed. A. PATTERSON / Eurock.com