V. Artyomov, V. Baley, V. Silvestrov, C. Ives - Orchestral Works
V. Artyomov, V. Baley, V. Silvestrov, C. Ives - Orchestral Works EAC | FLAC+CUE+LOG | Covers | 1 CD | 232 MB | Filesonic XX Century Classical | Released: 1993 | Label: Russian Disc
Vyacheslav Petrovich Artyomov (born: June 29, 1940) is a Russian composer. In his music Artyomov combines an eclecticism with experiment. At first his compositions were neoclassical in style. Later he moved to the folkloristic style, tried twelve-tone technique, free-rhythmic style, polytonality and minimalism. Artyomov's compositions show his interest in the archaic ("Invocations", "Totem") and Christian motifs ("Requiem", "Ave, Maria") as well as Eastern meditation ("Awakening", "A Symphony of Elegies", "Moonlight Dreams"). On this CD also Virko Baley's Violin Concerto No. 1, Valentin Silvestrov's Postludium for Piano and Orchestra and Charles Ives' The Fourth of July.
01. Artyomov - Concert of the 13 - I. Andante - Allegro [0:01:46.00] 02. II. Moderato [0:04:24.66] 03. III. Allegretto [0:02:16.00] 04. IV. Lento - Allegro [0:05:08.40] 05. Baley - Violin Concerto No.1 - I. Lacrymosa [0:10:28.00] 06. II. Dies Irea [0:04:32.42] 07. III. Lux Aeterna [0:05:58.00] 08. IV. Agon [0:04:34.24] 09. Silvestrov - Postludium [0:20:45.26] 10. Ives - The Fourth of July [0:06:12.16]