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Joachim Kwetzinsky : Shostakovich / Shchedrin - Polyphonic Dialogues album

Joachim Kwetzinsky : Shostakovich / Shchedrin - Polyphonic Dialogues album
Performer: Joachim Kwetzinsky
Title: Polyphonic Dialogues
Released: 2010
Style: Modern
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 951
Formats: DXD AU MPC WAV AUD ADX AAC
MP3 size: 1256 mb
FLAC size: 1924 mb

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1 Basso Ostinato
Composed By – Shchedrin*
4:30
2 Prelude No. 1 In C Major
Composed By – Shchedrin*
0:37
3 Fugue No. 1 In C Major
Composed By – Shchedrin*
1:40
4 Prelude No. 2 In A Minor
Composed By – Shchedrin*
0:46
5 Fugue No. 2 In A Minor
Composed By – Shchedrin*
3:28
6 Prelude No. 2 In A Minor
Composed By – Shostakovich*
0:59
7 Fugue No. 2 In A Minor
Composed By – Shostakovich*
1:31
8 Prelude No. 4 In E Minor
Composed By – Shostakovich*
2:53
9 Fugue No. 4 In E Minor
Composed By – Shostakovich*
5:02
10 Prelude No. 3 In G Major
Composed By – Shchedrin*
1:14
11 Fugue No. 3 In G Major
Composed By – Shchedrin*
2:16
12 Prelude No. 7 In A Major
Composed By – Shchedrin*
0:31
13 Fugue No. 7 In A Major
Composed By – Shchedrin*
2:02
14 Prelude No. 5 In D Major
Composed By – Shostakovich*
1:45
15 Fugue No. 5 In D Major
Composed By – Shostakovich*
1:49
16 Prelude No. 7 In A Major
Composed By – Shostakovich*
1:34
17 Fugue No. 7 In A Major
Composed By – Shostakovich*
2:43
18 Prelude No. 8 In F Sharp Minor
Composed By – Shchedrin*
1:14
19 Fugue No. 8 In F Sharp Minor
Composed By – Shchedrin*
2:14
20 Prelude No. 10 In C Sharp Minor
Composed By – Shchedrin*
2:00
21 Fugue No. 10 In C Sharp Minor
Composed By – Shchedrin*
1:56
22 Prelude No. 12 In G Sharp Minor
Composed By – Shostakovich*
4:54
23 Fugue No. 12 In G Sharp Minor
Composed By – Shostakovich*
3:52
24 Prelude No. 15 In D Flat Major
Composed By – Shostakovich*
3:06
25 Fugue No. 15 In D Flat Major
Composed By – Shostakovich*
1:59
26 Prelude No. 14 In E Flat Minor
Composed By – Shchedrin*
0:41
27 Fugue No. 14 In E Flat Minor
Composed By – Shchedrin*
2:37
28 Prelude No. 19 In E Flat Major
Composed By – Shchedrin*
0:51
29 Fugue No. 19 In E Flat Major
Composed By – Shchedrin*
1:25
30 Toccatina-Collage
Composed By – Shchedrin*
1:41

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Lindberg Lyd AS
  • Recorded At – Sofienberg Kirke

Credits

  • Piano – Joachim Kwetzinsky

Notes

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LINER NOTES:

The Russian composers Dmitri Shostakovich and Rodion Shchedrin each composed a set of 24 preludes and fugues for solo piano. When a selection from these sets are combined into a new arrangement, we get POLYPHONIC DIALOGUES that move between the boarders of tonality, often with rhythmic elements from the world of jazz. The dialogues are characterized by humour and irony, but also by melancholy and anger. There is a lot of playfulness, combined with seriousness, with perhaps a little greeting from Bach.

The polyphonic structure allows many voices to be heard at the same time. Sometimes disharmony arises, other times harmony; the distinctive character of each voice is preserved, however, while still giving the feeling that they belong together. It is precisely such a combining of voices which reveals life's diversity and complexity in human experience. Or to put it in the words of the Russian composer Mikhail Glinka, "everything in life is counterpoint; that is, contrast".

Joachim Kwetzinsky is a young, prominent and versatile Norwegian pianist. He gained his postgraduate diploma at the Norwegian Academy of Music where he studied with Einar Steen-Nøkleberg, and he has also studied with Liv Glaser and Jiri Hlinka. Kwetzinsky was a prize winner at the Concours Grieg in 2002, and in 2004 he won Rikskonsertene's three-year launch programme for young musicians, INTRO-Classical. In 2009 he received the Robert Levin Prize at a concert during the Bergen International Festival. Kwetzinsky has appeared at numerous festivals and given recitals in twenty countries. He also appears together with cellist Johannes Martens in Elliott Carter's cello sonata on the critically acclaimed "Figments and Fragments" released by 2L in 2008.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7041888514428
  • ISRC: NOMPP1001010-330

Polyphonic Dialogues: Shostakovich - Shchedrin Joachim Kwetzinsky. Listen on Apple Music. 2. Prelude No. 1 in C Major. 3. Fugue No.

Polyphonic Dialogues: Shostakovich - Shchedrin. Joachim Kwetzinsky, pianist. Joachim Kwetzinsky is a young, prominent and versatile Norwegian pianist. In 2009 he received the Robert Levin Prize at a concert during the Bergen International Festival, and in 2002 he was a prize winner in the international Concours Grieg. In 2004 he won the competition of Concert.

By Joachim Kwetzinsky. 1. Shchedrin: Basso Ostinato - Rodion Shchedrin, 4:300:30. Shchedrin: Prelude No. 1 In C Major - Rodion Shchedrin, 0:370:30. Shchedrin: Fugue No. 1 In C Major - Rodion Shchedrin, 1:400:30. 4. 2 In A Minor - Rodion Shchedrin, 0:460:30. Chamber Music by Elliott Carter - Figments and Fragments. More Joachim Kwetzinsky. Listen to POLYPHONIC DIALOGUES: Shostakovich - Shchedrin now. Listen to POLYPHONIC DIALOGUES: Shostakovich - Shchedrin in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises. Shostakovich: Fugue No. 12 In G Sharp Minor · Joachim Kwetzinsky · Dmitri Shostakovich. Polyphonic Dialogues: Shostakovich - Shchedrin. 2010 Lindberg Lyd. Released on: 2010-03-12. Producer: Lindberg Lyd AS Producer: Wolfgang Plagge. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Artist: Родион Константинович Щедрин, Wolfgang Plagge, Lindberg Lyd AS, Joachim Kwetzinsky. Album: Polyphonic Dialogues: Shostakovich - Shchedrin. Polyphonic Dialogues: Shostakovich - Shchedrin: Best 2 songs. Joachim Kwetzinsky, Lindberg Lyd AS, Wolfgang Plagge - Shchedrin: Prelude No. 3 In G Major 01:14. Joachim Kwetzinsky, Lindberg Lyd AS, Wolfgang Plagge - Shostakovich: Prelude No. 7 In A Major 01:34. Joachim Kwetzinsky, Lindberg Lyd AS, Wolfgang Plagge, Родион Константинович Щедрин: best 2 tracks. Nikolai Kalinin, The Ossipov Balalaika Orchestra, The Ossipov Balalaika Orchestra & Nikolai Kalinin, Valerij Tschernich, Родион Константинович Щедрин - Chamber Suite in Five Parts:.

Polyphonic Dialogues. Release group by Shostakovich, Shchedrin; Joachim Kwetzinsky. Polyphonic Dialogues.

Joachim Kwetzinsky : Shostakovich, Shchedrin ‎– Polyphonic Dialogues. Label: 2L ‎– 2L-063-SACD. Kwetzinsky was a prize winner at the Concours Grieg in 2002, and in 2004 he won Rikskonsertene's three-year launch programme for young musicians, INTRO-Classical. In 2009 he received the Robert Levin Prize at a concert during the Bergen International Festival. Kwetzinsky has appeared at numerous festivals and given recitals in twenty countries

Joachim Kjelsaas Kwetzinsky. Contemporary Russian composer Rodion Shchedrin crossed paths with Dmitry Shostakovich several times and received key support from him, but the relationship between his 24 Preludes and Fugues for piano, begun in 1964 almost 15 years after Shostakovich's set, at first seems to contain nothing that couldn't be covered by simpler concepts like influence and tradition.

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Polyphonic Dialogues - J. .has been added to your Basket. Within 15 years, another major Russian composer, Rodion Shchedrin, having heard the Shostakovich preludes and fugues, was hard at work on his own very different and equally remarkable set. Now, a marvelous Norwegian pianist, Joachim Kwetzinsky, has come out with a wonderful CD entitled "Polyphonic Dialogues" alternating pairs of the preludes and fugues from both sets, two by Shchedrin, two by Shostakovich, two more by Shchedrin, and so on. The whole dialogue is surrounded by two unrelated polyphonic works by Shchedrin, like book-ends.

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