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TANEYEV, S.I.: Suite de Concert / Ioann Damaskin (John of Damascus) (Kaler, Gnesin Academy Chorus, Russian Philharmonic, T. Sanderling)

    

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TANEYEV, S.I.: Suite de Concert / Ioann Damaskin (John of Damascus) (Kaler, Gnesin Academy Chorus, Russian Philharmonic, T. Sanderling)

Inspired by a poem by Aleksey Tolstoy, Taneyev’s cantata John of Damascus was the first work that the self-critical Russian composer deemed worthy of an opus number, its sublime music drawing on an ancient sacred chant woven into rich passages of expressive counterpoint. A quarter of a century later, the virtuosic and scintillating Suite de concert, Taneyev’s first work for solo violin and orchestra, was also successfully premièred. Thomas Sanderling’s first disc in the Naxos Taneyev series (Symphonies Nos. 1 and 3 / 8.570336) was praised by The Guardian for its “strongly characterised performances”.


Taneyev, Sergey Ivanovich
Tolstoy, Leo, lyricist(s)

  Ioann Damaskin (John of Damascus), Op. 1
1.   Idu v nevedomiy mne put' (I begin a journey into the unknown): Adagio ma non troppo 00:14:59
2.   No vechnim snom poka ya splyu (But while I sleep with the eternal sleep): Andante sostenuto 00:03:01
3.   V tot den', kogda truba (On the day when a trumpet): Allegro 00:08:10

Taneyev, Sergey Ivanovich

  Suite de concert, Op. 28
4.   I. Prelude: Grave 00:08:14
5.   II. Gavotte: Allegro moderato 00:05:47
6.   III. Marchen (The Fairy Tale): Andantino 00:09:14
7.   IV. Theme and Variations: Theme: Andantino 00:01:05
8.   IV. Theme and Variations: Variation 1: Allegro moderato 00:01:21
9.   IV. Theme and Variations: Variation 2: Allegro energico 00:01:34
10.   IV. Theme and Variations: Variation 3: Tempo di valse 00:02:06
11.   IV. Theme and Variations: Variation 4: Fuga doppia: Allegro molto 00:02:08
12.   IV. Theme and Variations: Variation 5: Presto scherzando 00:00:58
13.   IV. Theme and Variations: Variation 6: Tempo di mazurka, Allegro con fuoco 00:01:27
14.   IV. Final Variation and Coda 00:04:51
15.   V. Tarantella: Presto 00:07:18

Total Playing Time: 01:12:13






Composer(s):
Taneyev, Sergey Ivanovich

Lyricist(s):
Tolstoy, Leo

Conductor(s):
Sanderling, Thomas

Orchestra(s):
Russian Philharmonic Orchestra

Choir(s):
Gnesin Academy Chorus

Artist(s):
Kaler, Ilya

Label: Naxos

Genre: Choral - Sacred; Orchestral

Period: Romantic

Catalogue No: 8.570527

Barcode: 747313052776

Physical Release: 09/2009

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