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Reinis Zariņš, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, Andris Poga

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Piano Concerto No. 2  
1
I. Andante - Allegro - Allegro moderato
Volfgangs Dārziņš; Reinis Zariņš; Latvian National Symphony Orchestra; Andris Poga
12:13
2
II. Tema con variazioni
Volfgangs Dārziņš; Reinis Zariņš; Latvian National Symphony Orchestra; Andris Poga
9:06
3
III. Vivace
Volfgangs Dārziņš; Reinis Zariņš; Latvian National Symphony Orchestra; Andris Poga
7:48
Symphony No. 20 in E Flat Major  
4
I. Moderato tranquillo
Jānis Ivanovs; Latvian National Symphony Orchestra; Andris Poga
10:30
5
II. Adagio
Jānis Ivanovs; Latvian National Symphony Orchestra; Andris Poga
8:09
6
III. Menuetto. Reminiscenza
Jānis Ivanovs; Latvian National Symphony Orchestra; Andris Poga
2:39
7
IV. Allegro con brio
Jānis Ivanovs; Latvian National Symphony Orchestra; Andris Poga
7:09
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    57:34
Pianist Reinis Zariņš and the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra under Andris Poga compare and contrast two Latvian composers born a month apart in 1906, Volfgangs Dārziņš and Jānis Ivanovs. The effervescent, conspicuous and energetic Dārziņš became known for his organic renderings of Latvian traditional music and by the age of 40 he was considered the Latvian Bartók, demonstrating a deft style with intricate metro-rhythmic phrasing. The reserved, introverted and guarded Ivanovs journeyed through the captivating domains of Impressionism and became a recognized composer of monumental symphonic music with a style resembling the thick brushstrokes of a painter specializing in oils.
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