Gara Garayev (1918–82) was the leading Azerbaijani composer of the twentieth century, his music fusing the western traditions exemplified by his teacher Shostakovich and the classical and folk heritage of his homeland. The two works recorded here illustrate Garayev’s stylistic range: his Violin Sonata (1960) is Neo-Classical in manner, whereas the 24 Preludes (1951–63) combine influences from the Russian piano school (not least Prokofiev) with elements from Azeri modes and the rhythms of Arabic-Persian lyric poetry.
Vadim Repin, violin, (Tracks 1-4) Murad Huseynov, piano
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24 Preludes for Piano (1951–63)** https://d3i77y9w5vf4up.cloudfront.net/TOCC0255/Track05.mp3
*FIRST RECORDING **FIRST COMPLETE RECORDING
DVD Includes the First Release of Sonate d’automne (Video included in Digital Downloads as m4v) Juliette Swierczewski, director Running time: 66:43 / Sound: 2.0 PCM / Video: SD 720×576 25p, colour, 16:9 / All regions A co-production of Les Films de la Découverte, MMEDIA, the Heydar Aliyev Foundation, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Azerbaijan, with the support of the Centre National du Cinéma et de l’Image Animée WITH COMMENTAIRE EN FRANÇAIS ~ QEYDLƏR AZƏRBAYCANCA
Catalogue No: TOCC0255EAN/UPC: 5060113442550Release Date: 01.11.2017Composer: Gara Garayev Artists: Murad Huseynov, Vadim Repin
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