Siberian-born pianist Pavel Kolesnikov does well to record the entire set, which has a low-key charm that shows the composer's growing mastery. Tchaikovsky's Seasons are not four in number but 12, one for each month, and each is a subtle, pleasing portrait of something characteristic of the month: birdsong, harvest time, a lightly Russian troika for November (the snow starts early there). Kolesnikov's enthusiasm for the music is clear, and his readings are poetic and on the slow side.
Tchaikovsky: The Seasons Pavel Kolesnikov. Pavel Kolesnikov: Live at Honens 2012. Couperin: Dances from the Bauyn Manuscript. The Hyperion Relaxing Piano Playlist - April 2018.
Kolesnikov invests with their own quietly distinctive character, just as he presents the Op 19 pieces in a totally natural, unaffected way. It's a charming, rewarding disc" The Guardian. It is wonderful to hear a young Russian avoiding the barnstorming style of so many contemporaries. He plays the 'Six Pieces' with affection and élan".
Artist: Pavel Kolesnikov Title Of Album: Tchaikovsky: The Seasons, Six morceaux Year Of Release: 2014 Label: Hyperion Records Genre: Classical Quality: 320, 24bit FLAC Total Time: 75:20 mi.
Pavel Kolesnikov became Laureate of the Honens Prize for Piano in 2012 and gave his Wigmore Hall debut at the beginning of 2013. Hyperion is delighted to present this brilliant young artist in an album of Tchaikovsky’s Les saisons and Six morceaux. Tchaikovsky’s symphonies and ballets are perhaps the most popular and frequently performed in the entire.
Pavel Kolesnikov, piano. Album: Beethoven Piano Music. Last played Friday, February 01 2019 at 07:20 AM. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The Seasons, Op. 37: February: Carnival. Pavel Kolesnikov, piano. Album: Tchaikovsky: The Seasons Six Pieces.
COMPOSER: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. PERFORMER: Pavel Kolesnikov. Playlists featuring this track. Radio 3 Breakfast: Music Box. Breakfast on Radio 3 brings you our music box of glorious pieces as recommended by listeners to guide and inspire you throughout the year On Radio 3, 6:30am.
Sunday 22 June 2014 00:00. Within reach of a good amateur pianist, The Seasons take on a special glow when played as tenderly as here, by Siberian-born Kolesnikov, whose Wigmore Hall debut earlier this year was much praised, and whose special affinity with this intimate, homely music makes this brightly recorded disc a delight.