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  Наименование CD :
   Come In



Год издания : 2001

Компания звукозаписи : CCn' C Records, (ru)

Время звучания : 58:37

Код CD : CDLA 01030

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Classics (Modern Classics/SU)      

Mainly recorded at Mosfilm Studios in June, September, December 2000 and January 2001.

The Russian couple Tatiana Grindenko and Vladimir Martynov are in many ways exceptional artists, especially in their philosophy to keep their personalities in the background and to deeply sink into the musical flow - together with all the musicians and listeners. Tatiana, a world famous violinist, and Vladimir, a composer in the provocative style of "New Simplicity" - they both don't consider themselves creators of their music but rather channels for time in the form of music.

The message is conveyed by the ensemble Opus Posth., directed by Tatiana Grindenko. The faces of the musicians are covered by masks allowing the listener to focus on the musical flow and let go rather than being distracted by individual faces.

The opening of "Come In!" gives the impression of Brahms. In a way it is, although it's not a specificly known piece. It's more like the essence of Brahms, sweet and pure, as if he were to speak from the beyond. The melodies and harmonies are Brahms in his stillest and most touching moments. Yet the form is quite different. Trance-Loop instead of Sonata. You hardly notice yourself being pulled into a spiral so seductive that you want to sink deeper and deeper, want to hear Tatiana's solo violin again and again. This "Art of Seduction" works similarly in the other two compositions.

Repetition and variation, according to the Russian music scientist, Assafjiew, the basic principles of music, are here being used in a very refined and sensitive form of minimalism to bring the essence of baroque and J.S. Bach's music to the heart. Martynov's "Simplicity" is rooted in the "composer's being humble before the godliness of music". As (the German poet) Friedrich Schiller once said when discerning between naive and sentimental poetry: "The naive poet is simple, the sentimental is looking for simplicity."

All Music Guide


  Соисполнители :

Alexander Ivanenko (Violin)
Elena Polujantschenko (Violin)
Igor Solochin (Double Bass)
Ludmilla Egorova (Violin)
Mikhail Akinfin (Violin)
Natalia Kosareva (Violin)
Natalia Panasjuk (Violin)
Nikita Kotschergin (Cello)
Vasilli Ratjkin (Cello)
Vladimir Meteljov (Violin)


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   1 1. Part 1         0:03:20 Ohne Satzbezeichnung. Come In! For Chamber Orchestra, Solo Violin And Celesta
   2 2. Part 2         0:04:28 -"-
   3 3. Part 3         0:05:14 -"-
   4 4. Part 4         0:05:14 -"-
   5 5. Part 5         0:06:16 -"-
   6 6. Part 6         0:03:06 -"-
   7 Autumn Ball Of The Elves         0:18:33 1994
   8 L'apres Midi Du Bach         0:12:26 2000

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