Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble - Prokofiev: Quintet/Overture On Hebrew Themes/Visiopns Fugitives/Gavotte From Symphony No.1/March From The Love For Th mp3 downloadPerformer: Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble
Title: Prokofiev: Quintet/Overture On Hebrew Themes/Visiopns Fugitives/Gavotte From Symphony No.1/March From The Love For Th
Style: Chamber Music
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Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble - Prokofiev: Quintet/Overture On Hebrew Themes/Visiopns Fugitives/Gavotte From Symphony No.1/March From The Love For Th mp3 download
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Prokofiev: Quintet/Overture On Hebrew Themes/Visiopns Fugitives/Gavotte From Symphony N. /March From The Love For Th. Visions fugitives (20), for piano, Op. 22.
State Symphony Orchestra, and a recording of the Weber Concertino for clarinet with the New Russia State Symphony Orchestra Ensemble Raro & friends perform Sergej Prokofiev - Ouverture on Hebrew Themes.
Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble.
Prokofiev sketched the Overture on Hebrew Themes in a single day and produced a finished score in less than two weeks' time. The work is cast in a single movement featuring two main themes, the first lively and rhythmic, with a Middle Eastern flavor, the second slow and mournful and of a similar ethnic character. Prokofiev develops the themes, especially the first, in the middle section, and imparts much color and variety through Hebrew-flavored harmonies and lively rhythms. The chamber ensemble Zimro premiered the Overture on Hebrew Themes on January 20, 1920. The group used the proceeds from the concert - indeed, from most of their concert activities - to establish a music conservatory in Jerusalem. The work soon became quite popular, inducing a number of musicians to attempt orchestral transcriptions.
34. Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble. blue highlight denotes track pick.
The Visions fugitives, Op. 22, are a series of short piano pieces composed by Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev between 1915 and 1917. They were premiered by Prokofiev on April 15, 1918, in Petrograd, Soviet Union. They were written individually, many for specific friends of Prokofiev's. The pieces contain dissonant harmonies, similar in nature to music composed by Prokofiev's contemporaries Schoenberg and Scriabin, although still retaining highly original concepts in both tonality and rhythm
Sergei Prokofiev wrote the Overture on Hebrew Themes, Op. 34, in 1919, during a trip to the United States. It is written for a relatively uncommon instrumentation of clarinet, string quartet, and piano. Early in 1919, he was commissioned by a Russian sextet called the Zimro Ensemble, which had just arrived in America from the Far East on a world tour sponsored by the Russian Zionist Organization. The members played the instruments in this work's instrumentation, and were led by their clarinetist Simeon Bellison, who was trained in Moscow and had been principal clarinettist of the Mariinsky Theatre from 1915. Bellison would soon become principal clarinet with the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
Overture on Hebrew Themes, op. 34b: Un poco allegro. 2. StingClaudio AbbadoThe Chamber Orchestra of Europe. Classical Symphony in D major, op. 25: III. Gavotta.
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|Quintet for oboe, clarinet, violin, viola & double bass in G minor, Op. 39|
|1||Tema (Moderato)||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||4:41|
|2||Andante energico||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||2:51|
|3||Allegro sostenuto, ma con brio||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||2:20|
|4||Adagio pesante||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||2:38|
|5||Allegro precipitato, ma non troppo presto||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||2:44|
|6||Andantino||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||3:43|
|7||Overture on Hebrew Themes, for clarinet, string quartet & piano, Op. 34||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||9:43|
|Visions fugitives (20), for piano, Op. 22|
|8||1. Lentamente||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:17|
|9||2. Andante||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:11|
|10||3. Allegretto||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:17|
|11||4. Animato - più sostenuto||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:26|
|12||5. Molto giocoso||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||0:25|
|13||6. Con eleganza||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:11|
|14||7. Pittoresco||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||2:02|
|15||8. Commodo||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:46|
|16||9. Allegretto tranquillo||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:21|
|17||10. Ridicolosamente||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:00|
|18||11. Con vivacità||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:32|
|19||12. Assai moderato||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:46|
|20||13. Allegretto||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||0:51|
|21||14. Feroce||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:10|
|22||15. Inquieto||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||2:14|
|23||16. Dolente||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||2:15|
|24||17. Poetico||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||2:00|
|25||18. Con una dolce lentezza||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:10|
|26||19. Presto agitatissimo e molto accentuato||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:09|
|27||Lento irrealmente||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||2:06|
|Symphony No. 1 in D major ("Classical"), Op. 25|
|28||Gavotte||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:44|
|The Love for Three Oranges, suite for orchestra, Op. 33 bis|
|29||March||Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble||1:40|
CreditsYuri Kasparov - Arranger, Liner Notes
Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Schneider - Translation
Alexander Volkov - Editing, Engineer