Описание CD

вернуться        закрыть окно  

 


  Исполнитель(и) :
   Novosibirsk 'Filarmonica' String Quartet  (Ensemble) , Alexander Mosolov (Composer) , Lev Konstantinovich Knipper (Composer) , Nikolai Andreyevich Roslavets (Composer
◄◄◄        ►►►

  Наименование CD :
   Russinan Futurism. Vol. 5. Mosolov, Roslavets, Knipper



Год издания : 2008

Компания звукозаписи : Arte Nova

Время звучания : 55:55

Код CD : ANO 487222

  Комментарий (рецензия) :

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

Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra

Mossolav and Roslavetz were recorded in May 1994, Knipper in October 1996 at Novosibirsk Philharmonic Recording Studio.

See also:

Russinan Futurism. Vol.1

Russinan Futurism. Vol.2

Russinan Futurism. Vol.3

Russinan Futurism. Vol.4

Russinan Futurism. Vol.5

Alexander Mosolov - String Quartet No. 1, Op. 24

Nikolai Roslavets - String Quartet No. 1 : Allegretto grazioso

Nikolai Roslavets - String Quartet No. 3 : Moderato

Lev Konstantinovich Knipper - String Quartet No. 3

What was a two-disc set with the "old" Arte Nova is two single discs with the "new"; in 1997, this disc was the second in Arte Nova's Russian Futurism Vol. III, paired inexplicably with a disc of music by anti-Futurist Michael Gnesin. With its return, this combination of string quartets by Alexander Mosolov, Nikolai Roslavets, and Lev Knipper - card-carrying Russian Futurists all - is now its own disc and all the better for it. The Novosibirsk Filarmonica String Quartet tears its way through these works with a sense of both dedication and abandon; Mosolov's masterly, mechanistic String Quartet No. 1 with its long first movement and three tiny others should be required listening for anyone interested in modernism; it represents Russian Futurism much as sunlight represents the sun itself. Roslavets' string quartets No. 1 and No. 3 bears witness to a style slightly older than Mosolov's and, some might say, more advanced, being a synthesis of post-Scriabinesque tendencies and a homegrown brand of dodecaphonic organization. Knipper's String Quartet No. 3 is the most conservative of the four works here, which is to say, not very - it is reminiscent of a cross between Bartok's folk-inspired dynamics and Shostakovich's world-weary sarcasm. All of these compositions are rare and are critical entries in the Russian Futurist canon; they only could have appeared in the era following the collapse of the Soviet Union, as two of these composers were declared "non-persons" and the third forced to renounce all work like this.

Those who already bought this disc paired up with Gnesin will likely not need it again, but for those who did not, the single-disc version is a far more attractive option; this is probably the best disc Arte Nova has ever produced of twentieth century Russian music. However, the front cover image shows us a black and white photo of an empty shower stall, and one must ask the question - why?

- Uncle Dave Lewis

All Music Guide


  Соисполнители :

Daniel Lombardo (Piano)
Nikolai Girunyan (Cello)
Oxana Anisimova (Violin)
Valery Karchagin (Violin)
Vladimir Koylov (Viola)


№ п/п

Наименование трека

Текст

Длительность

Комментарий
   1 1. Andante Agitato         0:15:12 Alexander Mosolov - String Quartet No. 1, Op. 24
   2 2. Adagio         0:02:52 -"-
   3 3. Scherzo         0:03:20 -"-
   4 4. Allegro Molto Risoluto         0:01:49 -"-
   5 Allegretto Grazioso         0:11:02 Nikolai Roslavets - String Quartet No. 1
   6 Moderato         0:11:02 Nikolai Roslavets - String Quartet No. 3
   7 1. Allegro Moderato         0:01:41 Lev Konstantinovich Knipper - String Quartet No. 3
   8 2. Allegro         0:01:59 -"-
   9 3. Andante         0:03:31 -"-
   10 4. Adagio         0:03:27 -"-

      Обозначения:

 T   'щелкнуть' - переход к тексту композиции.

вернуться        закрыть окно

Последние изменения в документе сделаны 20/10/2016 22:12:31

Главная страница коллекции

Collection main page