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  • Performer: valentin silvestrov
  • Album: silent songs
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  • Released: 2004
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valentin silvestrov - silent songs album flac

Silvestrov: Silent Songs - Valentin Silvestrov, Sergey Yakovenko, Ilya Scheps. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией

Silvestrov: Silent Songs, 2. Eleven Songs - Winter Journey - Valentin Silvestrov, Sergey Yakovenko, Ilya Scheps.

Valentin Silvestrov's four-part Silent Songs is like no other song cycle you've heard. Completely eschewing overt expression, drama, and vocalism, lasting nearly two hours in performance, and remaining always as soft as humanly possible, it drifts through the air in an irresolute haze - never competing for your attention, but never allowing you to forget it's there.

Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov (born 1937) has led an excruciatingly unfortunate professional life, but he has managed to persevere and remain productive. His new aesthetic is most radically embodied in Silent Songs (1973-1977), a cycle of 24 songs for piano and lyric soprano or light baritone that lasts nearly two hours, and which the composer stipulates must be performed without a break, as a single extended song. To further distance himself from the likelihood of performance, much less critical or popular acceptance, all the songs are slow and very, very quiet.

Silent Songs (A Cycle In Four Parts). I. Five Songs After Poems By Yevgeny Baratynsky, John Keats, Alexander Pushkin And Taras Shevchenko. 1-1. Song Can Tend The Ailing Spirit (Baratynsky). 1-2. There Were Some Storms And Blizzards (Baratynsky). Stille Lieder ‎(2xCD, Album). ECM Records, ECM Records, ECM New Series, ECM New Series. ECM 1898/99, 982 1424, ECM New Series 1898/99. Silent Songs ‎(2xCD, Album).

Quiet Songs (Silent Songs) after Pushkin, Lermontov, Keats, Yesenin, Shevtshenko, et al. for baritone and piano (1974-1975). Symphony N. for brass instruments and strings (1976). Kitsch-Music, cycle of five pieces for piano (1977). Short article detailing the life of V. Silvestrov and his place in modern classical music, by Stylus magazine. Short biography and list of works at the Soviet Composer's Page.

Valentin Silvestrov: Silent Song is a English album released on Apr 2008. Valentin Silvestrov: Silent Song Album has 24 songs sung by Alexei Lubimov, Alexei Martinov. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Valentin Silvestrov: Silent Song songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

Silvestrov: Silent Songs. 2004 ECM Records GmbH, under exclusive license to Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin. Released on: 2004-10-18. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Silvestrov: Silent Songs - Silent Songs, Pt. I: I. Prelude. Song Can Tend the Ailing Spirit, Silent Songs, Pt. I: II. There Were Some Storms and Blizzards, Silent Songs, Pt. I: III. La belle dame sans merci and 56 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Silent Songs, Pt. Song Can Tend the Ailing Spirit. There Were Some Storms and Blizzards. La belle dame sans merci. I: IV. O Melancholy Time! Silent Songs, Pt. I: V. Farewell, O World, O Earth. II: I. What Meaning Has My Name for You? Silent Songs, Pt. II: II. I Will Tell You With Unswerving Frankness. II: III. I'm Drinking to Mary. II: IV. Winter Journey. II: V. White, a Solitary Sail. II: VI. I Met You.

Valentin Silvestrov: Silent Songs. Sergey Yakovenko, Ilya Scheps. Following the chamber music album leggiero, pesante, the orchestral , and the Requiem for Larissa, ECM New Series is pleased to present a most remarkable recording of Valentin Silvestrov’s Stille Lieder, a song cycle of great importance in the development and perception of the Ukrainian composer’s work, in a double album that also includes the premiere recording of his Four. Songs after Osip Mandelstam. We may feel we have always known these songs, writes Paul Griffiths in the liner notes to the Silent Songs, and in a sense we have. The first hearing will not.