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9 thoughts on “ Allegro Vivace - Aram Khachaturian* – David Dubal - Piano Music (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Aram Khachaturian: Piano Concerto; Violin Concerto: Adrian Boult / Aram Khachaturian / David Oistrakh / Cristina Ortiz: Primary Artist, Composer, Conductor: Armenian Chamber Music: Amici Chamber Ensemble / Amici Ensemble: Composer: Best Classics
  2. David Oistrakh - The Complete EMI Recordings. Warner Classics: Buy 17 CDs online. David Oistrakh (violin), Lev Oborin (piano) & Sviatsolav Knushevitzky (cello), Sviatoslav Richter (piano) & Mstislav Rostropovich (cello), Mstislav Rostropovich (cello), Lev Oborin (piano), Vladimir Yampolsky (piano), Pierre Fournier (cello), Igor Oistrakh (viola), Peter Bondarenko, Mikhail Terian.
  3. His other works include film scores, songs, piano pieces, and chamber music. The degree of Khachaturian's success as a Soviet composer can be measured by his many honors, which include the Lenin Prize, for the Violin Concerto, the Stalin Prize, for the ballet Spartacus, and the title, awarded in , of People's Artist.
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  5. Feb 25,  · Armenian composer, Aram Khachaturian, both studied and taught at the famed Moscow Conservatory. This Etude is the 5th piece in a set of 10 titled Children's Album, Vol. 1. These pieces were.
  6. This is an excellent CD of historic recordings from composer Aram Khachaturian. Even more importantly, we get to hear the composer conducting his own works on this disc. While the recordings date from and are recorded in mono, the sound quality as well as the performances 5/5(5).
  7. About Aram Ilyich Khachaturian () 20th Century music - Armenia. Khachaturian had very little musical knowledge when he enrolled at the Gnessin Musical Institute in Moscow in He later completed his studies and pursued a graduate degree at the Moscow Conservatory. His first major work was the Piano Concerto of , which earned.
  8. This is a gem, good luck finding it though.. It was originally on the Russian LP Melodiya label, then years later EMI had it on CD for awhile (CD EMI CDC 5 2), then a few other labels had it. I believe it is now available on the Russian label as a CD along with a piano concerto recorded in with Khachaturian also conducting/5(7).
  9. On first impression, these are clever reissues. Regis licenced the recording of the Piano Concerto from Hyperion, where it was originally coupled with Britten's (Benjamin Britten, Aram Khachaturian: Piano Concertos), and paired it with what they claim is a recording of the Violin Concerto, "not previously issued in the west", by a significant Russian fiddler, Boris Gutnikov, winner /5(6).

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