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Myroslav Skoryk: Carpathian Concerto - Diptych - Violin Concerto No. 7 - Cello Concerto

Nazar Pylatiuk, Valery Kazakov, Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra, Hobart Earle

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Hutsul Triptych  
1
I. Dytynstvo (Childhood)
Myroslav Skoryk; Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra; Hobart Earle
4:17
2
Diptych
Myroslav Skoryk; Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra; Hobart Earle
10:59
24 Paganini Caprices, Op. 1  
3
Caprice No. 19
Myroslav Skoryk; Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra; Hobart Earle
3:07
4
Violin Concerto No. 7
Myroslav Skoryk; Nazar Pylatiuk; Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra; Hobart Earle
14:48
5
Melody
Myroslav Skoryk; Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra; Hobart Earle
3:55
6
Cello Concerto
Myroslav Skoryk; Valery Kazakov; Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra; Hobart Earle
19:12
The Stone Host Suite  
7
Spanish Dance
Myroslav Skoryk; Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra; Hobart Earle
4:09
8
Carpathian Concerto for Orchestra
Myroslav Skoryk; Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra; Hobart Earle
16:14
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    76:41
"Four Stars. A fascinating retrospect of Skoryk's highly colourful, rhythmically propulsive music, highlighted by the ear-tweaking textural interplay of the Carpathian Concerto."
- BBC Music Magazine

This live album was recorded at Ukrainian composer Myroslav Skoryk’s 75th birthday concerts in Odessa in November 2013. Soloist Valery Kazakov joins the Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra under Hobart Earle on the Cello Concerto, while the Seventh Violin Concerto features Nazary Pilatyuk. With its swinging rhythms and folk music pungency, the Carpathian Concerto is one of Skoryk’s most engaging and popular works in making resourceful use of the modern orchestra. The pensive Melody for strings propelled Skoryk to the forefront of Ukrainian music, while the slapstick in his transcription of Paganini’s Caprice No. 19 reveals the composer’s humorous side.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded live at the Philharmonic Hall, Odessa, Ukraine, on 6th and 8th November, 2013
Produced and engineered by Tim Handley
Booklet notes: Richard Whitehouse
Publisher: Duma Music, Inc. (tracks 1, 7); unpublished (tracks 2-6, 8)
Cover: Orange Fog over the Carpathian Mountains by SergeyIT (iStockphoto)

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