Karetnikov: Chamber Music; Sonata. Karetnikov: Chamber Music; Sonata. Russian Season 288070.
Nikolai Nikolayevich Karetnikov (Russian: Николáй Николáeвич Карéтников; June 28, 1930 in Moscow – October 9, 1994 in Moscow) was a Russian composer of the so-called Underground – alternative or nonconformist group in Soviet music. Karetnikov studied at the Central Musical School (1942–1948) and the Moscow Conservatory (1948–1953) where his teachers were Vissarion Shebalin (composition), Tatiana Nikolayeva (piano), Igor Sposobin and Viktor Tsukkerman (theory).
Music of the domestic post-war avant-garde. Collection of guests and the opening of the exhibition at 19:30 The concert starts at 20:00. Program: Nikolay Karetnikov Five Pieces for Piano, written in school (1944–1947) Three children’s romance for adults for voice and piano (1956) Sonata for violin and piano (1961) Kleinenachtmusik for flute, clarinet, violin and cello (1969) Two Pieces for Piano (1978) Piano Quintet (1990). Performers: Ekaterina Kichigina, soprano Marina Rubinstein, flute Nikita Agafonov, clarinet Mona Huba, piano. String quartet Studio of new music Stanislav Malyshev, violin.
Listen free to Николай Каретников – Chamber Music (Sonata for piano and violin, Two pieces for piano and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Karetnikov studied at the Central Musical School (1942-1948) and the Moscow Conservatory (1948-1953) where his teachers were Vissarion Shebalin (composition), Tatyana Nikolaeva (piano), Igor Sposobin and Viktor Tsukkerman (theory).
The present recording groups the essential chamber music by Nikolay Karetnikov. The Sonata for Violin and Piano, composed in 1961, is his second serial work (after the Lento Variations for piano). A diptych, it consists of a sonata form allegro followed by a second movement which resembles a scherzo, the coda of which is built on the second theme from the first movement. The Two Pieces for piano, Op. 25 were composed in 1978. The technical device used here is the tremolo, rare in piano music ; it provides a means of rehabilitating an orchestral formula in terms of the piano by finding a new use for it. The Concert Piece for two pianos, Op. 23 was composed in 1970.
Chamber Music - Music for Brass, Sacred and Profane: Chorale, Sonata for Cello and Piano: II. Sonata for violin and Piano No. 1 and 13 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Music for Brass, Sacred and Profane: Chorale. Sonata for Cello and Piano: III. 1. Piano Sonata No. 2: Adagop. Sonata for Cello and Piano: I. 2: Allegretto tranquillo. Music for Brass, Sacred and Profane: Dance II. Poem for Soprano and Chamber Ensemble: Introduction to Poem. Music for Brass, Sacred and Profane: Dance. 2: Theme & 10 Variations. Sonata for Cello and Piano: II. 2: Presto. Music for Brass, Sacred and Profane: Invokation.
10 Pieces for piano written in school years (1943-1946). Lento-Variations for piano (1960). Sonata for violin and piano (1961). String Quartet(1963). Little Night Music, quartet for flute, clarinet, violin and cello (1969). Concert Piece for piano (1970). Two Pieces for piano (1974). From Sholom Aleichem, concert suite for chamber orchestra (1985). Piano Quintet (1991). Le Chant du Monde, Russian Season LDC288070, Released: February 1994. Audio CD DDD. Karetnikov, Nikolai: Chamber Music. Performers: Oleg Kagan, Vladimir Skanavi, Vladimir Loukianov, Konstantin Komissarov, Alexander Petrov, Alexander Gothelf, and Yury Slessarev. Sonata for Violin and Piano. 2. Two Pieces for Piano.
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