A.Mosolov - Concerto No.1 For Piano And Orchestra / Iron Foundry / Soldiers' Songs mp3 album
Alexander Vasilievich Mosolov (29 July 1900, Kiev - 11 July 1973, Moscow) was a significant Ukrainian avant-garde composer of the early Soviet era. During the Revolutionary period in 1917-18, Mosolov worked in the office of the People's Commissioner for State Control, where he had fleeting personal contact with Lenin. He then served with the Red Army on the Polish and Ukrainian fronts and was wounded and shell-shocked. His music was often performed in Moscow. During those years his best works were composed and performed: Piano concerto no. 1 for small orchestra (1927), a symphonic episode Factory. Music of machines (1926-28); vocal pieces Three children’s sketches (1926), Four newspaper announcements (1926). However many of Mosolov’s works were never performed in his life-time (. the First String Quartet, a chamber opera A Hero (1928). Many of his early works were lost.
The Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 14, in fact, was lost for many years until a copy was found at a Vienna publishing house. The Piano Sonata No. 3, is a more straightforward work that could be taken for Prokofiev. Schleiermacher and conductor Johannes Kalitzke, leading the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, have gotten to know these works well, and they succeed in making you want to hear much more of this fascinating composer.
Artist: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Duration: 03:45 File type: mp3. Play Pause Download. other tracks: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, (play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Д. ШОСТАКОВИЧ "TAHITI TROT" ("TEA FOR TWO") Джазовая сюита (Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Rachmaninov Piano Concerto (''Brief Encounter''). Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Waltz 2 From Jazz Suite (Dmitri Shostakovich) . 03:41. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Кларнет. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Josef Krips 4. Molto allegro. All songs →. 2pac live die in la. true love waits. amado maita samba de amigo.
Alexander Vasilyevich Mosolov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Васи́льевич Мосоло́в, tr. Aleksandr Vasil'evič Mosolov; 11 August 1900 – 11 July 1973) was a Russian composer of the early Soviet era, known best for his early futurist piano sonatas, orchestral episodes, and vocal music. Mosolov studied at the Moscow Conservatory and achieved his greatest fame in the Soviet Union and around the world for his 1926 composition, Iron Foundry.
Iron Foundry, Piano Concerto no. 1. Iron Foundry, Piano Concerto no. 1 hester Berlin. 2015. This album has an average beat per minute of 81 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 81/81 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 14: II. Tema con concertini (Lento sostenuto).
More by Alexander Mosolov. Mosolov: Complete Works for Solo Piano. More Alexander Mosolov. Listen to Alexander Mosolov now.
The BBC artist page for Alexander Mosolov. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Alexander Mosolov interviews. Alexander Mosolov could stand for a whole generation of Russian experimental artists whose ideals were thwarted by historical forces. He was born in Kiev in 1900 but brought up in Moscow in a cultured middle-class artistic family: his mother sang at the Bolshoi, his stepfather was a painter. Mosolov welcomed the Bolshevik Revolution and between 1918 and 1920 served in the Red Cavalry on the Polish and Ukrainian fronts. He then studied at the Moscow Conservatory with Glière and Myaskovsky, graduating in 1925
|Concerto No.1 For Piano And Orchestra, Op. 14|
|2. Tema Con Concerto||11:10|
|Iron Foundry (Music Of Machines)||3:23|
|Soldiers' Songs: Suite For Russian Folk Orchestra||10:04|
|C10 17429 008||A.Mosolov*||Concerto No.1 For Piano And Orchestra / Iron Foundry / Soldiers' Songs (LP)||Мелодия||C10 17429 008||USSR||1984|
|C 10—17429-30||А. Мосолов*||Концерт № 1 Для Фортепиано С Оркестром / Завод / Солдатские Песни = Piano Concerto No. 1 / Iron Foundry / Soldier's Songs (LP)||Мелодия||C 10—17429-30||USSR||1982|