℗ 2019 Naxos
Released June 14, 2019
Duration 1h 03m 27s
Record Label Naxos
Catalogue No. 8.573951
Genre Classical (Chamber)
 

19th Century Russian Cello Music

Dmitrii Khrychev, Olga Solovieva

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1.1
Variations on a Rococo Theme in A Major, Op. 33a, TH 57 (Version for Cello & Piano)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky; Dmitrii Khrychev; Olga Solovieva
18:43
1.2
Fantasie, Op. 7 (Version for Cello & Piano)
Karl Davydov; Dmitrii Khrychev; Olga Solovieva
12:44
1.3
Fantasy on Gipsy Songs
Konstantin Lyadov; Dmitrii Khrychev; Olga Solovieva
8:17
2 Pieces, Op. 12  
1.4
No. 1, Petite ballade
Anton Arensky; Dmitrii Khrychev; Olga Solovieva
2:40
1.5
No. 2, Danse capricieuse
Anton Arensky; Dmitrii Khrychev; Olga Solovieva
4:04
4 Morceaux, Op. 56  
1.6
No. 1, Orientale
Anton Arensky; Dmitrii Khrychev; Olga Solovieva
2:42
1.7
No. 2, Romance
Anton Arensky; Dmitrii Khrychev; Olga Solovieva
4:23
1.8
No. 3, Chanson triste
Anton Arensky; Dmitrii Khrychev; Olga Solovieva
2:51
1.9
No. 4, Humoresque
Anton Arensky; Dmitrii Khrychev; Olga Solovieva
3:03
1.10
Serenade, Op. 37 (Version for Cello & Piano)
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov; Dmitrii Khrychev; Olga Solovieva
4:00
Digital Booklet
Cello music flourished in Russia in the 19th century. Tchaikovsky was central to this profusion of composition, writing the celebrated Variations on a Rococo Theme, music of Mozartian charm, heard here in the composer’s version for cello and piano. Karl Davidov, who Tchaikovsky called ‘the tsar of all cellists,’ contributed a melodious, lyrically inventive and virtuosic Fantasy on Russian Songs. Arensky’s graceful character sketches and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Serenade are suffused with Romanticism, while the lusty Fantasy on Gipsy Songs by Konstantin Liadov (father of the more famous Anatoly) is the earliest of these pieces and the least known. Dmitrii Khrychev is a prominent chamber and orchestral musician and soloist. Born in Leningrad in 1973 into a family of engineers, he began studying cello at age 7. In 1995 he formed the Nevsky String Quartet, with whom he was a prizewinner in seven international musical competitions, including the Dmitri Shostakovich International String Quartet Competition.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters
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1
Variations on a Rococo Theme in A Major, Op. 33a, TH 57 (Version for Cello & Piano)
-0.10-25.7916
2
Fantasie, Op. 7 (Version for Cello & Piano)
-0.12-23.6215
3
Fantasy on Gipsy Songs
-2.11-23.3314
4
No. 1, Petite ballade
-4.83-25.8212
5
No. 2, Danse capricieuse
-1.33-22.5813
6
No. 1, Orientale
-2.86-24.1913
7
No. 2, Romance
-5.94-26.7512
8
No. 3, Chanson triste
-3.50-24.6611
9
No. 4, Humoresque
-0.94-24.0415
10
Serenade, Op. 37 (Version for Cello & Piano)
-2.45-22.0612

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