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Théodore Akimenko: Music for Violin & Piano

Tatiana Chulochnikova, Anastasia Dedik

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Violin Sonata No. 1, Op. 32  
1
I. Andantino
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
8:30
2
II. Andante con moto
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
6:16
3
III. Allegro risoluto
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
7:14
4
Mélodie russe (version for Violin and Piano)
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
3:21
3 Morceaux for Violin & Piano, Op. 31  
5
No. 1. Cantabile
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
3:41
6
No. 3. Danse
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
3:04
Violin Sonata No. 2, Op. 38b  
7
I. Allegro
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
7:55
8
II. Andante
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
5:28
9
III. Allegro molto
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
5:41
3 Morceaux for Violin & Piano  
10
No. 1. Valse
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
3:39
11
No. 2. Doux rêve
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
5:01
12
No. 3. Danse rustique
Théodore Akimenko; Tatiana Chulochnikova; Anastasia Dedik
4:49
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:39
Violinist Tatiana Chulochnikova and pianist Anastasia Dedik shine the spotllight on Ukrainian composer Fyodor Akimenko, also known as Fedir Yakymenko, who was Stravinsky’s first teacher. Akimenko’s music has much in common with that of Glazunov and Grechaninov and, like them, in 1923 he chose exile over a prominent teaching career in St Petersburg. Finally settling in France in 1929, he changed his named to Théodore and continued his generous output of the lyrical, Romantic music featured on this recording.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Toccata Classics Studio Masters

Recorded on 26 October, 28 November and 8, 9 and 30 December 2015 at Patrych Sound Studios, Bronx, New York
Producer-engineer: Joseph Patrych
Editor: Alexey Gorokholinsky, Isometric Sounds Studios, Queens, New York
Booklet essay: Virko Baley
Cover design: David M. Baker
Typesetting and layout: KerryPress, St Albans
Executive producer: Martin Anderson

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