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Karayev: Symphony No. 1 & Violin Concerto

Janna Gandelman, Kiev Virtuosi Symphony Orchestra, Dmitry Yablonsky

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Symphony No. 1 in B Minor  
1.1
I. Molto sostenuto. Allegro
Kara Karayev; Kiev Virtuosi Symphony Orchestra; Dmitry Yablonsky
15:08
1.2
II. Lento moderato
Kara Karayev; Kiev Virtuosi Symphony Orchestra; Dmitry Yablonsky
18:27
Violin Concerto  
1.3
I. Allegro moderato
Kara Karayev; Janna Gandelman; Kiev Virtuosi Symphony Orchestra; Dmitry Yablonsky
9:21
1.4
II. Andante
Kara Karayev; Janna Gandelman; Kiev Virtuosi Symphony Orchestra; Dmitry Yablonsky
4:25
1.5
III. Allegro
Kara Karayev; Janna Gandelman; Kiev Virtuosi Symphony Orchestra; Dmitry Yablonsky
7:06
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    54:27
This album celebrates the musical contributions of one of the most prominent figures in the music of 20th-century Azerbaijan, Kara Karayev. Both Karayev's first symphony and violin concerto show a notable transformation of technique and style that remains rooted in a richly colored and diverse musical foundation.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

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