Komitas - Lusine Grigoryan - Seven Songs mp3 album
Complete in itself, this solo piano album by Lusine Grigoryan, can also be considered a companion volume to the Gurdjieff Ensemble’s album of Komitas’s music. It was recorded at the same 2015 session in Lugano, directed by Manfred Eicher, and has some overlapping of repertoire. Pieces heard on this recording, the ECM debut of Lusine Grigoryan, include Komitas’s Seven Songs, Seven Dances, Pieces for Children, and Msho Shoror. Tracklist: 1. Seven Songs : 1. Semplice 2. Seven Songs : 2. Dolente 3. Seven Songs : 3. Allegro non troppo 4. Seven Songs : 4. Allegretto semplice, non troppo 5. Seven Songs : 5. Comodo 6. Seven Songs : 6. Nobile 7. Seven Songs : 7. Allegrezza energico 8. Msho Shoror 9. Seven Dances : 1. Manushaki 10. Seven Dances : 2. Yerangi 11. Seven Dances : 3. Unabi 12. 4. Marali 13. Seven Dances : 5. Shushiki 14.
Album · 2017 · 28 Songs. The 12 Bartók-like Pieces for Children are a delight. It’s an intoxicating mix that Komitas’ fellow countrywoman, Lusine Grigoryan, delivers with playing that sounds almost improvisatory. Komitas: Seven Songs Lusine Grigoryan. Listen on Apple Music.
Spirituality & Health Magazine"Komitas: Seven Songs is an album of solo piano pieces performed with tender attention to detail by pianist Lusine Grigoryan, whose volume control, pedal sustain, and dynamic shifts in mood are all perfectly rendered. Komitas (1869–1935) was a poet, priest, singer, and composer whose music ushered in contemporary classical music in Armenia and influenced composers like Claude Debussy . Seven Songs', featuring Lusine Grigoryan Pianist with works for piano solo by Armenian composer Komitas - Gomidas. Lusine Grigoryan Pianist.
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Download Komitas: Seven Songs by Lusine Grigoryan in high-resolution audio at ProStudioMasters. Armenian pianist Lusine Grigoryan presents an album comprised of works by one of the founders of modern Armenian music and a pioneer in ethnomusicology, Komitas Vardapet. Including pieces such as Komitas's Seven Songs, Seven Dances, and Pieces for Children, all of which draw on Armenian folk music traditions, Grigoryan's playing hints at the sounds of traditional instruments such as the tar, and she performs and important service by bringing this repertoire to a wider audience through recording.
The 2017 Seven Songs on ECM label's New Music Series features expressive pianist Lusine Grigoryan interpreting 28 short and captivating Komitas compositions. Grigoryan gets to the emotive and intellectual core of these pieces with vibrant elegance and exquisite subtlety. She showcases simultaneously the playful whimsy and the tender fragility common to the 12, brief, "Pieces for Children. She does it with agility, without being abrupt and exposes their full flavor and their effervescence all within their fleeting, under-a-minute time span. The third section of the album is called "Seven Dances" and consists of delightful and moving harmonic miniatures named after regional dances. Yeranagi" for example has tiptoeing lines that gingerly overlap to build a crystalline tune. While "Het U Araj" is replete with charming ebb and flow that Grigoryan performs with shimmering hues.
|3||Allegro Non Troppo||1:22|
|4||Allegretto Semplice, Tempo Rubato||0:58|
|14||Het U Araj||3:00|
|Pieces For Children|
|23||Moderato Con Giubilo||1:19|
|27||Andantino Con Tenerezza||1:34|
- Composed By – Komitas
- Piano – Lusine Grigoryan
NotesReleased in a plastic sleeve with an insert.
|ECM 2514, 481 2556, ECM New Series 2514||Komitas - Lusine Grigoryan||Komitas - Lusine Grigoryan - Seven Songs (CD, Album)||ECM Records, ECM Records, ECM New Series, ECM New Series||ECM 2514, 481 2556, ECM New Series 2514||Germany||2017|