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Alexander Tcherepnin: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 3 - Festmusik - Symphonic March

Noriko Ogawa, Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Lan Shui

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Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 12  
1.1
Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 12
Alexander Tcherepnin; Noriko Ogawa; Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Lan Shui
18:44
Piano Concerto No. 3, Op. 48  
1.2
I. Moderato
Alexander Tcherepnin; Noriko Ogawa; Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Lan Shui
9:57
1.3
II. Allegro
Alexander Tcherepnin; Noriko Ogawa; Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Lan Shui
7:58
Festmusik, Op. 45a  
1.4
I. Ouverture
Alexander Tcherepnin; Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Lan Shui
3:08
1.5
II. Einzug
Alexander Tcherepnin; Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Lan Shui
2:26
1.6
III. Tanz
Alexander Tcherepnin; Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Lan Shui
1:52
1.7
IV. Finale
Alexander Tcherepnin; Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Lan Shui
4:10
1.8
Symphonic March, Op. 80
Alexander Tcherepnin; Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Lan Shui
5:36
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    53:51
"... marvellously engineered, colourful and energetic performances ... Ogawa has more than enough tone and technique to project the music’s grand gestures with the necessary brilliance and sweep ... the whole thing is tremendous fun ... if you don’t know Tcherepnin’s music yet, you should ... this disc provides an excellent place to start." - ClassicsToday.com Pianist Noriko Ogawa and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra under Lan Shui present their fourth album dedicated to the music of Russian-born composer Alexander Tcherepnin. Released in April 2008, this recording brought the cycle of his six piano concertos to a close, a body of work that shows considerable diversity both in terms of style and in the relationship between soloist and orchestra.
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