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Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia - Vyacheslav Artyomov: Symphony "On the Threshold of a Bright World"; Ave Atque Vale; Ave, Crux Alba album mp3

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Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia - Vyacheslav Artyomov: Symphony "On the Threshold of a Bright World"; Ave Atque Vale; Ave, Crux Alba album mp3
Symphony,Concerto,Choral
  • Performer:
    Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia
  • Title:
    Vyacheslav Artyomov: Symphony "On the Threshold of a Bright World"; Ave Atque Vale; Ave, Crux Alba
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Symphony,Concerto,Choral
  • Date of release:
    November 11, 2016
  • Recording date:
    April, 2013
  • Duration:
    51:40
  • Recording location:
    Mosfilm Studio
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    1780 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1623 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1817 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.5
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    898
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1Symphony of the Way: II. On the Threshold of a Bright World36:31. 2Ave atque vale12:15. 3Ave, crux alba03:06. Vyacheslav Artyomov is considered by many to be Russia’s greatest living composer. After the fall of the Soviet regime his music has travelled the world to great acclaim. It is deep, ultimately spiritual and brilliantly crafted, with influences from the Russian symphonic tradition colored by Mahler, Honegger and Messiaen to name a few – but melded into a unique voice. World premiere recordings of two major works by Russian composer Vyacheslav Artyomov, completed by the short transcription of the Maltese Hymn in excellent performances conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy. The expressive music is good for an interesting discovery. Norbert Tischer (Pizzicato, Luxembourg). National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor.

Ave atque vale Vyacheslav Artyomov; Rostislav Shatayevsky; Russian National Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Ashkenazy. 3. Ave, crux alba Vyacheslav Artyomov; Helikon Opera Chorus; Russian National Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Ashkenazy. Total Playing Time 51:52. This is one of a pair of related albums and contains a Symphony which is the second of his gigantic symphonic tetralogy Symphony of the Way, commissioned by Mstislav Rostropovich to whose memory the release is dedicated. The symphony is accompanied by another major work, Ave Atque Vale for percussion and orchestra, and the much more traditional Ave, Crux Alba- a setting of the Hymn of the Knights of Malta. The conductor, Ashkenazy, needs no introduction, being one of the most lauded and accomplished figures in music today.

The Studio of the Moscow International House of Music. Vladimir Ashkenazy, National Philharmonic of Russia. Vyacheslav Artyomov: Symphony "On the Threshold of a Bright World"; Ave Atque Vale; Ave, Crux Alba. Composer, Recording Supervision. Conductor, Primary Artist. Helikon Opera Chorus.

Symphony On the Threshold of a Bright World on CD of the NPR. 1. 0. It is deep, ultimately spiritual and brilliantly crafted, with influences from the Russian symphonic tradition colored by Mahler, Honegger and Messiaen to name a few but melded into a unique voice. Symphony: On the Threshold of a Bright World (in 18 continuous episodes, tracked individually on CD only) Ave Atque Vale, for percussion and orchestra Rostislav Sharayevsky, percussion Ave, Crux Alba, for choir and orchestra Helikon Theatre Choir of Moscow. The NPR’s new recordings – Magic in Music.

Vyacheslav Artyomov - On the Threshold of a Bright World. Both cycles of symphonies – Symphony of the Way and The Star of Exodus are written in a new significant, sublime and sweet style - stile nuòvo grande, sùblime e soave. Artyomov has absolutely clear and unique composer’s image. Artyomov brings glory to our country and to Russian art. Mstislav Rostropovich, September, 1990)  . Artyomov’s On the Threshold of a Bright World is even more rare – it is a work of genius. (Octavio Roca. The Washington Times, September 24, 1990).

Vyacheslav Artyomov: Gentle Emanation Symphony. Russian National Orchestra conducted by Teodor Curentzis & Vladimir Ponkin. The two conductors are among the cream of Russia’s younger generation, both amassing a very fine reputation in their own fields. Overall, this is a disc of high importance in the symphonic repertoire (world premiere recordings). Symphony: Gentle Emanation (in 28 continuous episodes, tracked individually on CD only) Russian National Orchestra conducted by Teodor Currentzis Tristia II, for piano and orchestra with readings from Gogol Philip Kopachevsky (piano); Mikhail Phillipov (reader), Russian National Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Ponkin.

Ave atque Vale, for solo percussionist by Vyacheslav Artyomov Performer: Rostislav Shatayevsky (Percussion) Conductor: Vladimir Ashkenazy Period: Modern Written: 1989 Date of Recording: 04/2013 Venue: Mosfilm Studio Length: 1 Minutes 20 Secs. Ave, Crux Alba, hymn for chorus & orchestra by Vyacheslav Artyomov Conductor: Vladimir Ashkenazy Period: Contemporary Written: 1994 Date of Recording: 04/2013 Venue: Mosfilm Studio Length: 3 Minutes 6 Secs.

Ave Atque Vale is a brief percussion concerto in which the orchestra and a succession of solo instruments draw ever closer into rhythmic and textural unity, while the hymn is short, tonal, very Russian-romantic and grandly uplifting. Rostislav Shatayevsky (percussion), National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia; Vladimir Ashkenazy.

Ave atque vale (a). Ave, crux alba (b) (a) Rostislav Shatayevsky perc (b) Helikon Theatre Choir, Moscow; National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, Vladimir Ashkenazy Divine Art (F) DDA25143 (52' DDD). As for fulfilling that promise, Artyomov's favoured unbroken spans of 35 to 40 minutes certainly test the concentration. But he has the courage of his convictions. He styles each symphony 'in continuous episodes', evidently unconcerned that episodic, in the traditional conception, is the opposite of symphonic; and for the most part his inventive powers carry him over the divides.

Credits

Zoya Abolitz - Piano
Alexander Arkhangelsky - Oboe
Vyacheslav Artyomov - Composer, Recording Supervision
Vladimir Ashkenazy - Conductor, Primary Artist
Helikon Opera Chorus - Choir/Chorus
Yevgeny Ilyin - Choir Master
Valeriya Lyubetskaya - Producer
Emin Martirosian - Celeste, Piano
Robert Matthew-Walker - Liner Notes
National Philharmonic of Russia - Orchestra, Primary Artist
Rostislav Shatayevsky - Percussion
Maria Soboleva - Engineer
Svetlana Stepchenko - Viola
Stephen Sutton - Booklet Design, Package Design
Konstantin Volostnov - Organ
Yeremei Zukerman - Violin

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Symphony - On the Threshold of a Bright World, No. 2 of Symphonic Tetralogy - "Symphony of the Way" in 18 continuous episodes
1 I. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:57
2 II. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 2:34
3 III. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:56
4 IV. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:59
5 V. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 2:20
6 VI. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:28
7 VII. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 2:44
8 VIII. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 2:26
9 IX. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:26
10 X. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:34
11 XI. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:54
12 XII. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 3:08
13 XIII. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:57
14 XIV. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 0:59
15 XV. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:44
16 XVI. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 2:37
17 XVII. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 2:15
18 XVIII. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:24
Ave Atque Vale, for solo percussion and orchestra in 9 continuous episodes
19 I. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:20
20 II. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:05
21 III. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:11
22 IV. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 2:03
23 V. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:19
24 VI. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:41
25 VII. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:10
26 VIII. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 1:26
27 IX. Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 0:57
28 Hymn - Ave, Crux Alba Vyacheslav Artyomov Vladimir Ashkenazy / National Philharmonic of Russia 3:06