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Golovin: Light Unapproachable / Rudin, Levin, Bereznitsky, Golovin

Golovin / Bereznitsky / Moscow Conservatoire
Release Date: 05/12/2015 
Label:  Toccata Classics   Catalog #: 264   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Andrei Golovin
Performer:  Alexander RudinMikhail Bereznitsky
Conductor:  Andrei GolovinAlexander RudinAnatoly Levin
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Tchaikovsky Symphony OrchestraMusica Viva Chamber OrchestraMoscow Conservatory Symphony Orchestra
Number of Discs: 1 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

The music of Andrei Golovin (born in Moscow in 1950) lies in the Russian symphonic tradition downstream from Shostakovich and Boris Tchaikovsky. His music, like theirs, employs a sombre lyricism to conjure up images of vast open spaces but can also flare up in outbursts of considerable power. This CD presents a conspectus of almost four decades of his compositions, ranging from his first symphony to his most recent. The music of Andrei Golovin (born in Moscow in 1950) lies in the Russian symphonic tradition downstream from Shostakovich and Boris Tchaikovsky. His music, like theirs, employs a sombre lyricism to conjure up images of vast open spaces but can also flare up in outbursts of considerable power. This CD presents a conspectus of almost four decades of his compositions, ranging from his first symphony to his most recent. Read less

Works on This Recording

1.
Symphony no 4 "Light Unapproachable" by Andrei Golovin
Conductor:  Andrei Golovin
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra
2.
Canzone for Cello and Orchestra by Andrei Golovin
Performer:  Alexander Rudin (Cello)
Conductor:  Alexander Rudin
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica Viva Chamber Orchestra
3.
Concert-Symphony for Viola, Cello and Orchestra by Andrei Golovin
Performer:  Mikhail Bereznitsky (Viola)
Conductor:  Anatoly Levin
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Moscow Conservatory Symphony Orchestra

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