First Movement - Valentin Silvestrov - Monodia - Symphonie No. 4 - Postludium (CD, Album)


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Label: SPACE (6) - 315 222-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary


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9 thoughts on “ First Movement - Valentin Silvestrov - Monodia - Symphonie No. 4 - Postludium (CD, Album) ”

  1. Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov came of age in the s and s when the Soviet Union's grip on composition was strong, but as it loosened he explored the latest modernist trends before settling into the style for which he is best known, a serene simplicity that is similar in tone to much of the work of his contemporaries like Arvo Pärt and Giya Kancheli.9/
  2. Subtitled "Symphony for piano and orchestra," Metamusik is in one long, large-scaled movement based on an earlier work, from , Postludium, a "symphonic poem" for the same forces. Postludium is terse, more concentrated and colorful and employs greater contrasts/5(7).
  3. The Ukrainian Valentin Silvestrov, born in , started off as a post-Webern radical (the atmosphere seems to have been slightly more permissive in Ukraine in the early s than it was nearer the heart of the Empire in Russia), but, as many of his generation (Pärt, Gorecki), he soon grew dissatisfied with the avant-garde and moved away from /5(3).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Valentine Silvestrov: Orchestral Works, Vol. 1 - Andrei Borejko, Ivan Sokolov, Ural Philharmonic Orchestra, Yekaterinburg on AllMusic - .
  5. SILVESTROV, Valentin Vassilievitch. (), a First Symphony (), Mysterium for alto flute and six groups of percussion (the composition is dedicated to S. Gazzelloni, famous interpreter of the most advanced European musicians)(), Monodia for piano and orchestra and Spectre for chamber orchestra (). (*1) Features on a.
  6. The three movement Monodia for piano and orchestra is the earliest composition here, penned in Silvestrov was going through his avant-garde stage, with pointillistic gestures, aleatoric episodes and serialism thrown into the mix. The piano part is a long recitative.
  7. Monodia; Symphony No. 4; Postludium. Ivan Sokolov, piano; Andrey Boreyko/Ural Philharmonic Orchestra (Space/Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin: , [reissued as .
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Symphony No. 2 ; 'Meditation' Symphony ; Serenade on Discogs. Label: Olympia (2) - OCD • Series: Olympia Explorer Series • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary, Post-Modern.
  9. Mar 10,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Valentin Silvestrov: Spectrums; Symphony No. 2; Cantata; Meditation; Farewell, O World - Igor Blazhkov on AllMusic .

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