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bissacd2012
Wydawnictwo: Bis
Nr katalogowy: BISSACD 2012
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: maj 2013
EAN: 7318599920122
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Epoka muzyczna: 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): rosyjski
Instrumenty: fortepian
Rodzaj: symfonia, koncert

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Rachmaninow: Symphony No.1 & Piano Concerto No.1

Bis - BISSACD 2012
Wykonawcy
Yevgeny Sudbin, piano
Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Lan Shui
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Symphony No.1 in D minor, Op.1
Piano Concerto No.1 in F sharp minor, Op.1
Completed in 1891 and 1895 respectively, the Piano Concerto No.1 and the D minor Symphony were Sergei Rachmaninov’s first large-scale orchestral compositions, written by a young man still in his early 20s. The composer, whose self-critical vein was evident from the start, almost immediately decided to revise the concerto, even though he did choose to perform it in its original form when he made his London début as a pianist in 1899. Two years earlier, the symphony had been premiered, an event which has become notorious as one of music’s great disasters: the rehearsal time had been completely inadequate, and Glazunov, who conducted the work, was less than sympathetic to it – and may also have been drunk during the performance. The scathing reception caused Rachmaninov to doubt not only the quality of the work, but his own gifts as a composer, and he didn’t write anything of importance for three years. In 1917, he did revise the piano concerto, making use of the experience gained from having in the meantime composed the immensely successful 2nd and 3rd piano concertos and performing them numerous times himself. Rachmaninov also repeatedly expressed the wish to return to his first symphony, but the score was lost in the upheavals of the Russian revolution and the composer's move to the USA. Not until after his death in 1943 was a set of the original orchestral parts rediscovered. That Rachmaninov never forgot the work is however proven by the fact that he quoted it in his very last orchestral composition, the Symphonic Dances from 1940. The Singapore Symphony Orchestra and Lan Shui have previously impressed critics worldwide with their performances of Rachmaninovs Second and Third Symphony, and are once again joined by the piano soloist Yevgeny Sudbin, with whom the team recently recorded what the reviewer in American Record Guide described as 'the most stunning performance of the Rhapsody [on a theme of Paganini] I’ve ever heard.'

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  • CDA 1826/27-2
  • MC 3103
  • CDA 68171
  • LWC 1157
  • ACC 24351
  • ALC 1381
  • AUDITE 97731
  • CRC 3564