#Austriantime New Moscow Ensemble

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
01.08.2018

Label: Melodiya

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

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  • Kuzma Bodrov (1980 - ): Partita for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Cello:
  • 1Partita for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Cello: I.00:55
  • 2Partita for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Cello: II.02:22
  • 3Partita for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Cello: III.02:14
  • 4Partita for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Cello: IV.01:43
  • 5Partita for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Cello: V.02:56
  • 6Partita for Clarinet, Violin, Viola and Cello: VI.01:03
  • Sanzhar Baiterekov (1987 - ): "Outlines of [Steiermark]" for Violin, Viola, Clarinet, Cello and Electronics:
  • 7"Outlines of [Steiermark]" for Violin, Viola, Clarinet, Cello and Electronics: I.04:09
  • 8"Outlines of [Steiermark]" for Violin, Viola, Clarinet, Cello and Electronics: II.04:05
  • 9"Outlines of [Steiermark]" for Violin, Viola, Clarinet, Cello and Electronics: III.04:07
  • 10"Outlines of [Steiermark]" for Violin, Viola, Clarinet, Cello and Electronics: IV.04:04
  • Anna Romashkova (1985 - ):
  • 11"Partly Cloudy" for Violin, Viola, Clarinet, Cello and Piano14:57
  • Denis Khorov (1954 - ):
  • 12"Music for Oneself. Vienna" for Violin, Clarinet, Cello and Piano10:47
  • Total Runtime53:22

Info for #Austriantime



Melodiya presents #austriaintime, a CD with chamber works written by young Russian composers timed to coincide with the Russian-Austrian year of tourism. The four Russian composers are recent graduates of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory presented four small pieces that have the same instrumental line-up and creative challenge they were to pick up a part of Austria as an inspiration. A small country of mountains and lakes in Central Europe with numerous wildlife, nearly untouched locations dazzling with their virgin beauty, Austria is at the same time one of the centres for global music culture. Its capital Vienna is the city where some of the greatest com-posers lived and created. Needless to say that the Vienna State Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra still top the list of the worlds best music companies. Denis Khorovs Music for Oneself is dedicated to Vienna; Anna Romashkovas Partly Cloudy was inspired by the fa-mous spa town Bad Ischl located in Upper Austria and as-sociated with the names of Brahms, Bruckner, Lehár and Johann Strauss II; Kuzma Bodrov (arguably the best known of the four composers) dedicated his Partita to a steppe landscape of Burgenland, a state bordering with Hungary; the leader of a contemporary music centre Sanzhar Baitere-kov built his structural composition Outlines of Steiermark having in mind the highest peaks of the largest cities of a southeastern state of Styria. The young composers music is performed by the New Moscow Ensemble Elizaveta Koshkina (violin), Ruslan Shmelkov (clarinet), Regina Kostandi (viola), Anna Sh-chegoleva (cello) and Mikhail Turpanov (piano).

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