Edited by Peter Trubinov. Contents: Three Choruses for mixed choir a cappella -- Vocalise for mixed choir a cappella -- Chorus from the Film Autumn for mixed choir a cappella -- Three Sacred Choruses for mixed choir a cappella -- Opening Verese to the First Festival Sunday for mixed choir and organ…
Both works are dedicated to Yuri Bashmet. The three movement concerto was composed in 1985 and lasts approx. 35 minutes / instrumentation provided. The Monologue was written in 1989 and is approx. 18 minutes long. (study score)
Dedicated to Victoria Postnikova. In three movements. With instrumentation. Duration: ca. 15 minutes. Special import - allow 4-5 months. Additional charges for 3-4 week delivery.
…preface, editorial notes, legend, and critical comments in Russian and English. Facsimile plates. Schnittke dedicated this work to violinist Mark Lubotsky, who premiered the music with Irina Schnittke in 1994. The music is influenced by the music and thought of Josef Hauer (1883-1959). This volume…
Russian text, with transliteration. Composed to commemorate 1000 years of Christianity in Russia.
In four movements. With a preface, editorial notes and comments in Russian and English. Schnittke composed this work for Mark Lubotsky, who premiered the work in 1964. This edition is based on two early prints, as well as the manuscript for a 1968 arrangement for violin and chamber orchestra.
Edited by Aleksey Vulfson and Yelena Isayenko. This work was composed between 1976 and 1977, and was the first of six Concerto Grossi composed by Schnittke. The music was written for violinist Gidon Kremer and Tatiana Gridenko. This edition is based mainly on photocopies of the autograph score. With…
…I. Allegro ma non troppo -- II. Presto -- III. Andante -- IV. Allegro scherzando. With a preface and critical notes in Russian and English. Schnittke composed this work in 1956-57, while still a student at the Moscow Conservatory. This his own piano reduction of the music. This edition is based…
String quartets by Mendelssohn and Schnittke, as performed by the Cavaleri Quartet.
The author was Schnittke's friend for many years. At Schnittke's suggestion, they met regularly for talks. He also had conversations with Schnittke's relatives and friends. "…he has expressed the very essence of 20th century culture" Many illustrations. Works list, bibliography, discography, index.
Schnittke: String Trio. Prokofiev: Violin Sonata No. 1, Op. 80 -- Five Melodies, Op. 35a. With Kolja Blacher, violin; Johannes Moser, cello; Walter Küssner, viola; and Vassily Lobanov, piano.
Bach: Concerto for 2 Violins in D minor, Op. 104, arranged for flute and oboe. Schnittke: Mo-zart a la Haydn, for 2 violins (arranged for flute and oboe) -- Concerto Grosso No. 1 (arranged for flute, oboe, harpsichord and prepared piano). With Maria Alikhanova, flute; Dmitri Bulgakov, oboe; and the…
A Russian-language look at the life of the 20th century composer Schnittke. With black and white photos.
Contents: String Trio / Penderecki -- Signs, Games and Messages / Kurtag -- String Trio / Schnittke -- String Trio / Weinberg. Performed by Ensemble Epomeo.
A collection of writings by the composer on his own music, creative artists, 20th century music, and more. Also some essays about Schnittke written by others. Translated by John Goodliffe. Foreword by Mstislav Rostropovich. Introduction, index, chronology, musical examples.
Shostakovich: Piano Trio No. 1 in C minor, Op. 8; Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor, Op. 67. Schnittke: Piano Trio (1992 - arrangement of String Trio 1985). With Freddy Kempf, piano; Pierre Bensaid, violin; and Alexander Chaushian, cello. SACD.
The Goldberg Trio Lucerne presents their string trio arrangement of Bach's Goldberg Variations.
Contents: Viola Concerto / Walton -- Passacaglia / Schnittke. With the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic Society.
Alfred Schnittke : Madrigal in memoriam Oleg Kagan. Alexander Knaifel : Lamen- to. Alexander Voostin : Suite. Tigran Mansuryan : Capriccio. Peteris Vasks : The Book.
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Contents: Concerto for 2 Violins in D Minor, BWV 1043 -- Violin Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042 -- Invention No. 1 -- Violin Concerto in A Minor, BWV 1041 -- Concerto grosso No. 3 -- Invention No. 8. Sascha Goetzel conducts the Orchestre de Chambre de Paris.
With Lisa Edwards-Burrs, soprano; Joseph Dietrich, tenor; Cantate Chamber Singers; and Maryland State Boychoir.
Also includes Eight Pieces by Shostakovich; as well as Madrigal and Klingende Buchstaben by Schnittke. With pianist Steven Osborne.