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Gidon Kremer, Giedre Dirvanauskaite, Khatia Buniatishvili - Peter I. Tchaikovsky, Victor Kissine - Piano Trios (2011)

2-08-2016, 20:41
Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Title: Peter I. Tchaikovsky, Victor Kissine - Piano Trios
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: ECM New Series
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Total Time: 01:11:17
Total Size: 336 Mb


Victor Kissine
Zerkalo (The Mirror) (2009)

Peter I. Tchaikovsky
Trio in a-minor, op. 50
I. Pezzo elegiaco: Moderato assai – Allegro giusto – In tempo molto sostenuto – Adagio con duolo e ben sostenuto – Moderato assai – Allegro giusto – In tempo molto sostenuto – Animato
II. Tema con Variazioni:
Tema: Andante con moto
Variazione I
Variazione II: Piu mosso
Variazione III: Allegro moderato
Variazione IV: L'istesso tempo
Variazione V: L'istesso tempo
Variazione VI: Tempo di Valse
Variazione VII: Allegro moderato
Variazione VIII: Fuga. Allegro moderato
Variazione IX: Andante flebile ma non tanto
Variazione X: Tempo di Mazurka
Variazione XI: Moderato
Variazione Finale e Coda: Allegro risoluto e con fuoco - Andante con moto - Lugubre. L'istesso tempo

Gidon Kremer - Violin
Giedre Dirvanauskaite - Violoncello
Khatia Buniatishvili - Piano

Spanning some one and a quarter centuries, the A minor Piano Trio of Tchaikovsky and Victor Kissine's Zerkalo (Mirror) for piano trio encompass the breadth and impressive development that has occurred in Russian chamber music during that time. Tchaikovsky, who once vehemently opposed writing for piano trio on the grounds that the combined sounds were intensely displeasing to him, ended up writing one of the most dramatic, sweeping examples in the literature. It is by no means conventional in its own right; Tchaikovsky abandoned the traditional movement structure and instead wrote a massive two-movement work. Kissine's Zerkalo was inspired by a line of prose, but also incorporates sophisticated and subtle mirrored sections throughout its complex score. Though the two trios could not be more different, they work well together on this disc, particularly in the capable hands of Gidon Kremer, Giedré Dirvanauskaite, and Khatia Buniatishvili. Kremer has long been a champion of modern works, and does great justice to Kissine's score. The level of detail and subtle aspects of dynamics, intonations, phrasing, and articulation that his ensemble incorporates makes for a gripping and at times chilling performance of this worthwhile composition. The Tchaikovsky completely changes gears in the most memorable ways; the tone changes from glasslike to a robust, meaty "Russian" sound that surrounds listeners with the memorable melodies and rich harmonies. ECM's recorded sound quality is full and resonant while maintaining an appropriate amount of clarity.

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tiger   User offline   21 November 2015 18:30

Thanks a lot.

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yveslorson   User offline   3 August 2016 08:17

this cover and the disc don't correspond, this is not an ECM recording but a Deutsche Gramophon recording...

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shin2   User Online   4 August 2016 03:47

It's "Violin Concerto"!!!!!
"Piano Trios" please!!!!!

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