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Ukraine: Journey to Freedom: A Century of Classical Music for Violin and Piano

Solomiya Ivakhiv, Angelina Gadeliya

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Two Pieces, Op. 4bis  
1.1
No. 1. Dreams
Viktor Kosenko; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
4:14
1.2
No. 2. Impromptu
Viktor Kosenko; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
4:23
Hutsul Triptych (arr. for Violin & Piano)  
1.3
I. Allegretto
Myroslav Skoryk; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
4:36
1.4
II. Dance
Myroslav Skoryk; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
4:02
1.5
Muzýka (Musician)
Ivan Karabits; Solomiya Ivakhiv
7:59
Violin Sonata, Op. 19  
1.6
I. Allegro impetuoso
Boris Lyatoshinsky; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
8:26
1.7
II. Tempo precedente
Boris Lyatoshinsky; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
6:07
1.8
III. Allegro molto risoluto
Boris Lyatoshinsky; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
5:41
2.1
An Episode in the Life of the Poet
Alexander (Oleksandr) Shchetynsky; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
8:42
Post scriptum Sonata  
2.2
I. Largo - Allegro
Valentin Silvestrov; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
10:28
2.3
II. Andantino
Valentin Silvestrov; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
3:57
2.4
III. Allegro vivace con moto
Valentin Silvestrov; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
3:30
2.5
Angel's Touch
Yevhen Stankovych; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
10:20
2.6
Capriccio
Bohdan Kryvopust; Solomiya Ivakhiv; Angelina Gadeliya
8:35
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:31:00
Violinist Solomiya Ivakhiv and pianist Angelina Gadeliya present the first recorded compendium of works for violin and piano written exclusively by Ukrainian composers over the course of a century. The stunning performances full of passion and commitment represent many of the styles and currents that dominated in the years 1919 to 2014: from Kosenko’s unabashed late romanticism and Lyatoshynsky’s expressionistic masterpiece to the 1960s neo-folklorism of Myroslav Skoryk, Yevhen Stankovych’s romantic blending of lyric expressionism and ethnographic sources, the cool neoclassicism of Ivan Karabits and the expressive structuralism of Alexander Shchetynsky’s current music. The programme includes the Post scriptum Sonata (in the composer’s words “a postscript to Mozart and more generally, to classicism”) by Ukraine’s most celebrated composer Valentyn Silvestrov, described by Arvo Pärt as “one of the greatest composers of our time.”
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Labor Records Studio Masters

Recorded July 2015 at the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City Produced and engineered by Judith Sherman Engineering and editing assistant: Jeanne Velonis Cover art: © Solomiya Kohut «Політ» - “Taking Flight” Photography: © Stephanie Brauer Design: Lew Rakowsky Labor Records Coordinator: Heiner Stadler

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