| FEDETOV RECORDS BRUCH'S FAMOUS VIOLIN CONCERTO
critically acclaimed recording of Bruch's 'Scottish Fantasy' and
the Russian violinist Maxim Fedotov (a 'People's Artist of Russia')
recorded the composer's 'Violin Concerto No.1', 'Romance Op.42'
and the 'Konzertstuck in F# minor' between 28th November and 3rd
He was accompanied
once again by the Russian Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton
of Dmitry Yablonsky.
was produced by Lubov Doronina at the Russian State TV & Radio
Company Kultura in Moscow.
Kabalevsky and Ernst sessions
KABALEVSKY'S STARTLING WORKS FOR PIANO & ORCHESTRA
Between the 24th and 28th December 2004, the pianist
In Ju Bang recorded the Russian composer Dmitri Kabalevsky's
substantial and highly original Piano Concertos (Nos.1-3)
together with his luminous 'Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra
on the theme of Song "School years", Op. 75.
For inspiration, Kabalevsky harked back to the great
romantic concertos of Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky.
Dmitry Yablonsky once again was at the helm of the
The recording was produced by Lubov Doronina at the
The State Radio House in Moscow.
GRUBERT RECORDS H.W. ERNST WORKS FOR VIOLIN &
Having been the soloist in the highly acclaimed recording
of Miaskovsky and Vainberg's Violin Concertos (8.557194),
the Latvian violinist, Ilya Grubert recently recorded
works by the Moravian violinist and composer - Heinrich
Wilhelm Ernst. These included the Concerto Pathetique
in F sharp minor, Concertino in D major, Fantasy on
airs from G.Rossini's Othello, Elegy and Rondo Papageno.
At the helm once again were the Russian Philharmonic
Orchestra and Dmitri Yablonsky.
The recording took place from the 14th to 22nd December
2004. It was produced by Lubov Doronina and took place
at the Russian State TV & Radio Company Kultura
I.Grubert, L.Doronina and D.Yablonsky