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Levina: Chamber Music

Maria Lettberg, Gernot Adrion, Yury Revich, Ringela Riemke, Katia Tchemberdji

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1
Piano Sonata No. 1
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Maria Lettberg
5:51
2
Poem (Version for Viola & Piano)
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Gernot Adrion; Maria Lettberg
3:29
Violin Sonata No. 2  
3
I. Allegretto
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Yury Revich; Maria Lettberg
4:23
4
II. Andante
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Yury Revich; Maria Lettberg
7:01
5
III. Allegro con brio
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Yury Revich; Maria Lettberg
4:33
3 Klavierstücke  
6
No. 1, Wiegenlied
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Maria Lettberg
5:23
7
No. 2, Tanz
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Maria Lettberg
2:46
8
No. 3, Toccata
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Maria Lettberg
4:25
9
Phantasie nach baskirischen Themen
Maria Levina; Yury Revich; Maria Lettberg
5:59
10
Kanzonetta
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Ringela Riemke; Maria Lettberg
5:00
Piano Sonata No. 2  
11
I. Allegretto
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Maria Lettberg
4:31
12
II. Andante
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Maria Lettberg
6:26
13
III. Allegro
Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Maria Lettberg
4:17
14
Hebräische Rhapsodie (Hebrew Rhapsody) (arr. K. Tchemberdji for piano 4 hands)
Katia Tchemberdji; Zara Aleksandrovna Levina; Maria Lettberg; Katia Tchemberdji
11:06
Total Playing Time    75:10
After the great success and Grammy nominated album of Piano Concertos by Russian composer Zara Levina, this recording focuses now on different types of chamber music compositions by the same composer. Again, the Riga-born pianist Maria Lettberg plays the leading part on this recording and shows the high creativity of the unjustified forgotten composer. Zara Alexandrovna Levina, born 1906 in Alexandrovsk (Ukraine), witnessed two world wars, the Revolution as well as the collapse and totalitarian reconstruction of her homeland. She was under the constant ideological pressure of the existentially threatening state censorship, which was particularly exerted by the notorious RAPM (Russian Association of Proletarian Musicians) in the 1920s and 1930s, driving her to the brink of a creative and health disaster. However, Zara Levina was able to retain her own and unmistakable voice in her music. She died in Moscow on 1976 as a respected and much-performed composer beloved of musicians such as David Oistrakh, Maria Grinberg, Victor Knuschewitzki and the public alike.
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