Started by Symphonic Addict, January 24, 2022, 05:37:09 PM
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Quote from: Symphonic Addict on February 26, 2022, 03:17:21 PMI think that you're referring to this recording, Kyle:And you're completely spot on. A simply delightful, deep, witty and tuneful piece of music. Andréi, it's a must hear!
Quote from: Symphonic Addict on March 07, 2022, 06:19:33 PMThis CD contains two extraordinary works! Craftsmanship, good tunes, drama, poetry, etc. are elements that run through this music. Both the Piano Sextet in C minor (Piano+'Cello' Quintet) and the Piano Quintet in F major stand among the finest pieces in chamber repertoire IMO.
Quote from: kyjo on March 07, 2022, 07:16:05 PMAbsolutely, Cesar! Recently I listened to this disc for the first time:While I wouldn't place these two works on par with his chamber music in terms of individuality and memorability, I enjoyed them more than the Rhapsodische Sinfonie and Sinfonietta capricciosa on that CPO disc. Vaegtervise is a colorful fantasy on Danish folk songs with some effective use of the chimes, and the Symphony showcases both the German and Russian influences on Juon's music. The first movement (Come Passacaglia) carries some expected Brahmsian echoes, and the scherzo and finale contain the unmistakable Russian stamp of Kalinnikov, Glazunov, and Tchaikovsky. The Moscow SO sound quite a bit more inspired here than they did under a certain other conductor...
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