Contents: 1. Melodie -- 2. Humoreske -- 3. Scherzo -- 4. Improvisation -- 5. Serenade. Weinberg dedicated this work to the Beethoven-Quartett.
Contents: Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 18 / by Weinberg -- Piano Quintet in G minor, Op. 57 / by Shostakovich. With pianist Matthias Kirschnereit and the Szymanowski Quartet.
Stillman plays music by Richard Danielpour, David Finko, and Mieczyslaw Weinberg. With pianist Charles Abramovic.
The violist, flutist and pianist perform music by Maurice Durufle, Reynaldo Hahn, Mieczyslaw Weinberg and Tatiana Nikolayeva.
Roth plays 20th century concertos by Benjamin Britten and Mieczyslaw Weinberg. Mihkel Kütson conducts the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin. SACD.
This two-disc set contains Shostakovich's String Quartets Nos. 9-12, as well as Mieczyslaw Weinberg's Quartet No. 6. Performed by the Pacifica Quartet.
Contents: Piano trio, Op. 24 / Mieczyslaw Weinberg (6:01) -- Piano Trio No. 1 in C minor, Op. 8 / Dmitry Shostakovich (13:22) -- Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor, Op. 67 / Dmitry Shostakovich (8:23).
Sergei Prokofiev: Suite From Romeo & Juliet -- Dmitri Shostakovich: Sonata For Viola & Piano, Op. 147 -- Mieczyslaw Weinberg: Sonata For Clarinet & Piano, Op. 28 -- Version Ofr Voila and Piano -- Igor Stravinsky: Elegy For Viola Solo, 1944. With pianist Janna Gandelsman.
A disc of piano music by the fine 20th century composer Weinberg.
Three discs of music for violin and piano by Weinberg. With Jose Gallardo, piano.
Two works for orchestra by Weinberg. With the Glinka Choral College Boys' Choir and St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra. Conducted by Vladmir Lande.
A disc of chamber music for strings by Weinberg. With Elisabeta Blumina, Kolja Blacher, Erez Ofer, Johannes Moser, and Nabil Shehata.
This disc also contains Weinberg's Trumpet Concerto, with soloist Andrew Balio. Vladimir Lande conducts the St. Petersburg Chamber Choir and St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra.
A work for large orchestra in one movement. Weinberg dedicated the symphony to Vladimir Fedoseyev. Duration ca. 20 minutes.
Chaushian performs Weinberg's Sonata No. 1 for cello and piano, Op. 21; Sonata No. 2 for cello and piano, Op. 63; and Sonata No. 1 for cello solo, Op. 72. With Yevgeny Sudbin, piano.
A six movement sonata; with critical commentary and preface in German and English. Shostakovich considered Weinberg one of the foremost Soviet composers.
In three movements. Weinberg composed this work in 1970. The solo part is for clarinet in A. Duration ca. 24 minutes.
A string quartet in five movements. Weinberg dedicated this work to Yuri Levitin. A fine edition of a challenging 20th century string quartet. Duration ca. 23 minutes.
A concerto for violin in four movements. Weinberg dedicated the work to Leonid Kogan. The music is scored for a full orchestra. Duration ca. 26 minutes.
Contents: Quintet for piano, two violins, viola and cello in F minor, Op. 18 -- Quartet No. 8 for two violins, viola and cello in C minor, Op. 66. Featuring Weinberg on piano.
Weinberg composed his Op. 49 Sonatine in 1950-51. This piece was designed for student performers, and was dedicated to Shostakovich. Weinberg returned to the music in 1978, revising much of the material. This edition contains both versions of the music. With a preface in German and English.
This work was composed in the mid 1960s for soprano, boy's choir, chorus and orchestra. It is performed here by Elena Kelessidi, soprano; Wiener Sängerknaben; Prague Philharmonic Choir; and Wiener Symphoniker. SACD.
Performed by the Wiener Sängerknaben, Wiener Symphoniker, and Symphonieorchester Vorarlberg. SACD.