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Star Wind - Артёмов* = Artyomov* - Ave (CD, Album)

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Label: Boheme Music - CDBMR 002124 • Format: CD Album • Country: Russia • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary


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9 thoughts on “ Star Wind - Артёмов* = Artyomov* - Ave (CD, Album) ”

  1. Gakus says:
    Artyomov: Star Wind. Divine Art: DDA Buy CD or download online. Mikhail Tsinman (violin), Alexander Rudin (cello), Konstantin Efimov (flute), Andrey Kuznetsov (horn), Anatoly Sheludyakov (piano), Alexander Suvorov (glockenspiel, percussion), Alexander Korneyev (flute), Vyacheslav Petrovich Artyomov (piano), Nelly Lee (soprano), Alexander Golyshev (alto flute).
  2. Brakree says:
    This reissue from Divine Arts brings together several short chamber works by Vyacheslav Artyomov. Each work has its own unique combination of instruments, and (in a way) its own aesthetic. The opening track, Star Wind, is a sextet featuring violin, cello, flute, French horn, piano, and glockenspiel. To me, it sounds like a very early work.
  3. Durisar says:
    "Artyomov writes big, ambitious tunes; listening to his music — and also on this (Way to Olympus) the fourth CD – we always feel small; Artyomov is a being who understands and has mastery of the universe while we are merely hairless monkeys on a speck of dust on the distant tip of the Sagittarius arm of the Milky Way.".
  4. Zulkigul says:
    All Works: Artyomov. A Garland of Recitations (1) A Sonata of Meditations (2) Ave Atque Vale (2) Ave, Crux Alba (1) Concert of the 13 (1) Concerto for Orchestra 'Tempo Costante' (1) Gentle Emanation - Symphony in 28 continuous episodes (1) Gurian Hymn (2) Hymns of Sudden Wafts (1) In Memoriam (2) In Spe (2) Lamentations (2) Latin Hymns (2.
  5. Tojarisar says:
    His music is deep, ultimately spiritual and brilliantly crafted, with influences from the Russian symphonic tradition colored by Mahler, Scriabin, Honegger and Messiaen to name a few - but melded into a unique voice. The Divine Art Artyomov Retrospective is a mix of .
  6. Douzahn says:
    Apr 29,  · Vyacheslav Artyomov is considered by many to be the greatest composer in Russia today and is certainly one of our most incredibly gifted symphonists. Following the release in November of two of his symphonies, Divine Art has licensed and remastered no less than seven albums containing recordings made by Melodiya and others between about 19and are currently .
  7. Vishakar says:
    This is the tenth album, containing recordings of two majestic and brilliant works. The Symphony In Spe (In Hope) with concertante violin and cello broke new ground in Artyomov's writing in its use of polydynamic, ever changing textures while retaining his deep spirituality.
  8. Nijinn says:
    Currently () Divine Art is preparing the reissue of six albums of Artyomov’s music previously released by Melodiya and Bohème. Russian TV have made and broadcast about 15 films and programs about Artyomov’s music, including a three-part film on his Requiem (produced by V. Artyomov.
  9. Vulkis says:
    Artyomov has a unique compositional voice that, while sharing elements with the afore-named composers, communicates in a musical language that's all his own. When I first heard Artyomov, I was enraptured by his mystical world of tones and colors. Unfortunately, my introduction was through an old Melodiya CD with no liner notes.

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