The intensity with which the Russian composer Herman Galynin (1922–66) lived his short life is reflected in the extraordinarily high voltage of his music. In spite of a difficult start in life – he was an orphan – his instinctive musicality combined with the impulsiveness of his personality to make him one of the best known of Soviet composers while he was a student. Although mental illness put an early end to his meteoric career, the wild, freewheeling energy of his compositions – as witness these five works for strings – leave little doubt that Galynin would have been one of the major musical voices of the second half of the twentieth century; as it is, what he did achieve is remarkable.
Anastasia Latysheva, violin (Tracks 1,2, 7-10, 11-14)
Academy of Russian Music (Tracks 1-6)
Ivan Nikiforchin, conductor (Tracks 1-6)
Arina Minaeva, violin (Tracks 7-10, 11-14)
Anastasia Bencic, viola (Tracks 7-10)
Kseniia Kharitonova, viola (Tracks 11-14)
Anna Scherbakova, cello (Tracks 7-14)
Includes first recordings
Aria for Violin and String Orchestra (1959)
Suite for String Orchestra (1949)
String Quartet No. 1 (1947)
String Quartet No. 2 (1956)
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Catalogue No: TOCC0514EAN/UPC: 5060113445148Release Date: 07.08.2020Composer: Herman Galynin Artists: Academy of Russian Music,
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