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Stravinsky - Shostakovich - Babajanyan - Mansuryan

Diana Gabrielyan

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Piano Sonata  
1
I. quarter = 112
Igor Stravinsky; Diana Gabrielyan
3:03
2
II. Adagietto
Igor Stravinsky; Diana Gabrielyan
6:22
3
III. quarter = 112
Igor Stravinsky; Diana Gabrielyan
2:34
4
Piano Rag Music
Igor Stravinsky; Diana Gabrielyan
3:01
5
Ragtime
Igor Stravinsky; Diana Gabrielyan
4:28
6
Tango
Igor Stravinsky; Diana Gabrielyan
3:17
Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 12  
7
I. Allegro
Dmitri Shostakovich; Diana Gabrielyan
2:41
8
II. Meno mosso
Dmitri Shostakovich; Diana Gabrielyan
2:05
9
III. Adagio
Dmitri Shostakovich; Diana Gabrielyan
1:31
10
IV. Allegro - Poco meno mosso
Dmitri Shostakovich; Diana Gabrielyan
2:34
11
V. Adagio - Lento
Dmitri Shostakovich; Diana Gabrielyan
4:15
12
VI. Allegro - Meno mosso - Moderato - Allegro
Dmitri Shostakovich; Diana Gabrielyan
1:58
13
Elegy
Arno Babajanyan; Diana Gabrielyan
4:25
14
Impromptu
Arno Babajanyan; Diana Gabrielyan
3:10
15
Dance of Vagharshapat
Arno Babajanyan; Diana Gabrielyan
2:13
Six Pictures  
16
I. Impromptu
Arno Babajanyan; Diana Gabrielyan
1:58
17
II. Popolare
Arno Babajanyan; Diana Gabrielyan
1:43
18
III. Toccatina
Arno Babajanyan; Diana Gabrielyan
2:01
19
IV. Intermezzo
Arno Babajanyan; Diana Gabrielyan
1:19
20
V. Chorale
Arno Babajanyan; Diana Gabrielyan
3:19
21
VI. Dance of the Sasun People
Arno Babajanyan; Diana Gabrielyan
2:47
Three Pieces  
22
I. Piece No. 1
Tigran Mansuryan; Diana Gabrielyan
5:05
23
II. Piece No. 2
Tigran Mansuryan; Diana Gabrielyan
3:31
24
III. Piece No. 3
Tigran Mansuryan; Diana Gabrielyan
3:04
Total Playing Time    72:24
With this record, pianist Diana Gabrielyan explores the musical richness of the twentieth century in Russia and her native Armenia, from two separate historical periods: post World War I, with sonatas by Stravinsky and Shostakovich, and post World War II, with the compositions by Babajanyan and Mansuryan. Though characterized by strong internal contradictions, almost diametrically opposed to one another, and spanning compositional languages from neoclassicism to serial and twelve-tone technique, they somehow manage to represent different aspects of a single reality: man always looking for a better world.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Odradek Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-24 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit

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