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Wydawnictwo: LSO Live
Nr katalogowy: LSO 0784
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2016
EAN: 822231178422
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): rosyjski
Rodzaj: symfonia

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Rachmaninow / Balakirev: Symphony No 1

LSO Live - LSO 0784
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Diapason 5 ICMA Award Nomination Classica 4
 
Rachmaninov:
Symphony No 1

Balakirev:
Tamara
Rachmaninov’s music reveals Gergiev at his very best and this LSO Live cylcle of the complete symphonies has received widespread acclaim. The LSO are clearly at ease with these challenging works, Gramophone awarding Symphony No 2 Editor’s Choice for its ‘warm and irresistibly propulsive...’ performance and praising LSO Principal Andrew Marriner for his interpretation on the recording: ‘Andrew Marriner’s almost introverted account of the great clarinet solo is beautifully accompanied, a real heart-stopper.’ Gramophone Symphony No 3, coupled with Balakirev’s Russia, was also well-reviewed by crtics and received featured airplay on BBC Radio 3 along with 5* reviews from both BBC Music Magazine and Classic FM. Completing the cycle, this release sees Gergiev conduct a ‘full blooded and engrossing’ performance of Symphony No 1, coupled with another Russian masterpiece, Balakirev’s Tamara. Rachmaninov’s First Symphony has a somewhat checkered history, in no small part due to a quite possibly drunk Glazunov conducting the first performance. Despite any initial unwelcome, it is now seen as a vibrant depiction of Russian civilisation and culture, recognised for its fluid, longing and expressive features. The English composer and academic Robert Simpson calling it ‘a powerful work in its own right...convinced, individual, finely constructed, and achieving a genuinely tragic and heroic expression’. Balakirev was a member of Russia’s ‘Mighty Handful’, and Tamara is widely considered his greatest work. Described by The Telegraph as ‘a musical dream’ it is a sensuous and melodic work influenced by exotic and oriental culture, popular in the music of nineteenth century Russia.

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