Nikolai Myaskovsky / Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov - Myaskovsky Complete Symphonic Works, Volume 13: Salutatory Overture, Symphony No. 17, Symphony No. 21 FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Myaskovsky Complete Symphonic Works, Volume 13: Salutatory Overture, Symphony No. 17, Symphony No. 21
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Symphony N. 4 In F Minor, O. 3 'to the Memory of Vladimir Derzhanovsky' - II. Molto Sostenudo. 6. Symphony N. 3 'to the Memory of Vladimir Derzhanovsky' - III. Allegro Appassionnato. 6 Songs, 1 Hour 12 Minutes. Released: 14 Oct 2008. 2008 Musical Concepts. More By Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra. Myaskovsky: Salutatory Overture, Symphonies Nos. 17 & 21. 2008. Russian Performing School: Vera Dulova.
With the Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra (formerly the USSR State Symphony Orchestra) as well as other orchestras such as the NHK Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestre National de France he restored poignant urgency to the symphonies of Mahler and Tchaikovsky. He sparked the magic of Russian opera with his interpretations of Rimsky-Korsakov' s The Golden Cockerel and The Maid of Pskov at the Bolshoi. He embodied Russian tradition, especially in the readings of Miaskovsky' s Symphonies. 3 in B flat minor O. 6 : Andante moderato. And there's no flag waving either, for Myaskovsky was neither a Soviet Realist composer or a highly defiant one in veins similar to Shostakovich or Prokofiev (and to some extent Shebalin).
Take as examples the three works on this 2003 Olympia disc featuring the Russian modernist's Salutatory Overture, as well as his symphonies No. 17 and No. 21 with Evgeny Svetlanov conducting the Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra. Does it make a difference to know the Overture was commissioned by Soviet radio as a birthday greeting to Stalin, the Symphony No. 17 was written during the Great Terror when millions of Soviet citizens were liquidated by Stalin, or the Symphony No. 21 was written as the shadow of the Great Patriotic War loomed over the USSR?
Composed By – Nikolai Myaskovsky. Conductor – Evgeny Svetlanov. Orchestra – Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra.
Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra regrets about the incident at the Tchaikovsky Competition. The State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia "Evgeny Svetlanov", one of the country’s oldest symphonic ensembles, is the special pride of national musical culture. Details . Concert video. Official web-site of the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia "Evgeny Svetlanov", one of the country's oldest symphony ensembles.
The Symphony No. 13 in B-flat minor, Op. 36 by Nikolai Myaskovsky was composed in 1933. It is in one movement in three sections: Andante moderato. Agitato molto e tenebroso. Its premiere was conducted by Leo Ginzburg. It received possibly its first performance in recent times on November 9, 1994 in a BBC Radio 3 broadcast from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales conducted by Tadaaki Otaka. Read full description. See details and exclusions.
Symphony N. 7 In G Sharp Minor, O. 1 - I - Lento - Allegro Molto Agitato. 3. Symphony No. 15 In D Minor, O. 8 - I - Andante-allegro Appassionato. 4. 27 In C Minor, O. 5 - I - Adagio - Allegro Animato. 5. Symphony - Suite N. 3 In A Minor, O. 6 - I. Lento. Nikolai Myaskovsky Complete Symphonic Works: Volume 14 - Symphony No. 23 & Symphony No. 24.
|1||Salutatory Overture In C Major, Op. 48 - Allegro Con Brio E Maestoso||10:02|
|Symphony No. 17 In G Sharp Minor, Op. 41|
|2||I. Lento - Allegro Molto Agitato||15:51|
|3||II. Lento Assai - Andantino (Ma Non Troppo)||16:52|
|4||III. Allegro, Poco Vivace||5:15|
|5||IV. Andante - Allegro Molto Animato||10:29|
|6||Symphony No. 22 In F Sharp Minor, Op. 51 - Andante Sostenuto - Allegro Non Troppo, Ma Non Impeto - Tempo I||18:40|
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- Composed By – Nikolai Myaskovsky
- Conductor – Evgeny Svetlanov*
- Orchestra – Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra*
Notes(P) 2003 Evgeny Svetlanov
(C) 2003 Olympia Compact Discs Ltd.