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Mosolov: Complete Works for Solo Piano

Olga Andryushchenko

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1.1
Piano Sonata No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 3
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
10:55
2 Nocturnes, Op. 15  
1.2
No. 1. Elegiaco, poco stentato
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
3:28
1.3
No. 2. Adagio
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
3:28
3 Small Pieces, Op. 23a  
1.4
No. 1. —
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
0:55
1.5
No. 2. —
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
0:47
1.6
No. 3. —
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
0:43
2 Dances, Op. 23b  
1.7
No. 1. Allegro molto, sempre marcato
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
2:02
1.8
No. 2. Allegretto
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
2:15
Piano Sonata No. 2 in B Minor, Op. 4 "From Old Notebooks"  
1.9
I. Sonata
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
10:28
1.10
II. Adagio
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
6:38
1.11
III. Final
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
6:29
2.1
Piano Sonata No. 4, Op. 11
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
11:46
Turkmenian Nights  
2.2
I. Andante con moto
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
4:07
2.3
II. Lento
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
5:15
2.4
III. Allegro
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
2:19
Piano Sonata No. 5 in D Minor, Op. 12  
2.5
I. Lento grave – Allegro affanato
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
5:48
2.6
II. Elegia
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
5:42
2.7
III. Scherzo marziale
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
3:06
2.8
IV. Adagio languente e patetico
Alexander Mosolov; Olga Andryushchenko
8:34
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:34:45
Olga Andryushchenko shines a spotlight on prominent Soviet experimentalist composer Alexander Vasilyevich Mosolov, famed for his futurist orchestral piece The Iron Foundry written in 1926. Andryushchenko performs Mosolov's four surviving piano sonatas, works which underline his reputation as one of the boldest and most complex Russian composers of his time who forged new directions through his use of motor rhythms, percussive attacks and melodic angularity. Imprisoned for eight months in 1937, he later sank into undeserved obscurity.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Grand Piano Studio Masters

44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit. Recording Venue: CMS Studio, Moscow, Russia (Disc 1) Sovetskij Kompositor, Moscow (1 and 5), Universal Edition, Wien (2) Triton, Leningrad (1928) (3-4) (Disc 2) Sovetskij Kompositor, Moscow (1 and 3) Universal Edition, Wien (2) Producer and Editor: Galina Katunina Mastering Engineer: Slava Poprugin Engineer: Sergey Solodovnikov Piano Technician: Artjom Deev Piano: Steinway D Booklet Notes: Anthony Short German translation by Cris Posslac Artist photograph: Nicola Christov Composer portrait: Inna Barsova Cover Art: Tony Price: Moissac Abstract Study 4

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