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Mykola Lysenko: Piano Music, Volume One

Arthur Greene

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1.1
Grand morceau de concert, Op. 8 "1st Rhapsody on Ukrainian National Themes"
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
14:15
1.2
Chant triste, Op. Posth.
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
3:23
Album from the Summer of 1902, Op. 41  
1.3
No. 1. Langueur et l'attente
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
3:37
Album from the Summer of 1900, Op. 37  
1.4
No. 2. Chant d'amour
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
3:38
1.5
Rêverie, Visions of the Past, Op. 13
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
4:33
1.6
La rêve, Op. 12
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
5:02
Album from the Summer of 1901, Op. 39  
1.7
No. 3. Élégie. La tristesse
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
5:57
Album from the Summer of 1902, Op. 41  
1.8
No. 3. Élégie
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
3:33
1.9
Nocturne in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 19
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
5:08
1.10
Nocturne in B-Flat Minor, Op. 9
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
5:12
1.11
Nocturne in B-Flat Major "Farewell"
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
5:53
1.12
Angoisse, Op. Posth.
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
3:09
1.13
Esquisse in the Dorian Mode, Op. Posth.
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
2:54
3 Esquisses, Op. Posth.  
1.14
No. 1. in A Major
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
1:27
1.15
No. 2. in B-Flat Minor
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
1:58
1.16
No. 3. in F Minor
Mykola Lysenko; Arthur Greene
1:44
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    71:23
Award-winning American pianist Arthur Greene presents world premiere recordings of works by Mykola Lysenko, regarded as the father of Ukrainian classical music. As did Bartók later in Hungary, Lysenko went out into the field, listened to what the people were singing and fashioned an individual musical language that distilled the styles of Chopin and Liszt and the essence of Ukrainian folksong. This first volume in a series of Lysenko's piano music reveals a voice, long forgotten, of extraordinary immediacy and appeal.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Toccata Classics Studio Masters

Recorded at Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan, on 18–20 June 2013 Recording engineer: Sergei Kvitko Piano technician: Robert Grijalva Booklet essay by Arthur Greene; translation into Ukrainian by Solomia Soroka Ukrainian notes edited by Khrystyna Melnyk Cover photograph of Lysenko courtesy of the Lysenko Museum, Kyiv Design and layout: Paul Brooks Creative direction: David M. Baker Executive producer: Martin Anderson

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