Charles Ives / Alan Hovhaness - 2nd String Quartet / "Lousadzak" Concerto No. 1 For Piano & String Orchestra download mp3 album
Charles Ives: Second String Quartet Hovhaness: "Lousadzak" Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Strings. 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1967 Folkways Records. Released on: 1967-01-01. Auto-generated by YouTube.
Lousadzak" Concerto No. 1 For Piano & String Orchestra. .
1. First Movement "Discussions".
229, No. 1, Hovhaness: Symphony No. 2 "Mysterious Mountain", Prayer of St. Gregory & And God Created Great Whales. Cowell: Symphony No. 4, Hovhaness: Arevakal - Concerto No. 1 for Orchestra, Riegger: New Dance.
MGM String Orchestra. Top Songs By MGM String Orchestra. 1. Lousadzak, Concerto No. 1 For Piano And String Orchestra, Op. 48. MGM String Orchestra & Carlos Surinach & Maro Ajemian & Anahid Ajemian. 12. 2. Concerto No. 2 For Violin And String Orchestra, Op. 89a-VII. Symphony No. 5: II. Molto Lento. Izler Solomon & MGM String Orchestra. 4. Concerto For String Orchestra, Op. 17: I. Moderato Ma Risoluto Energico. MGM String Orchestra & Carlos Surinach. 5. 89a-II.
Piano and string orchestra. I've only heard two works for this combination, Gerhard's and Schnittke's concertos, but I am in love with it. What else should I hear? Reply With Quote. Benjamin Britten ~ Young Apollo, for piano, string quartet and string orchestra. com/watch?v FnpbYBCmdwI. com/watch?v EkQbzZgwfl0. 17, for piano and string orchestra Hermann Haller ~ Concerto No. 2 for Piano and String Orchestra (1962) Sophie Lacaze ~ Concerto n°1 for piano and string orchestra (2002). spradlig, DrKilroy, Mahlerian and 2 others liked this post.
Charles Ives has grown into one of the most important American classical composers of international distinction, but it wasn’t always like this: Ives was frustrated by indifferent audiences and ambivalent critics throughout his entire career and most of his life. Violinist Paul Zukofsky and pianist Gilbert Kalish perform Sonatas No. 1 and No. Evidently, the range of compositional devices Ives used-polytonality, atonality, complex multi-rhythms, tone clusters, twelve-tone rows, metrical modulation, and microtonality- disturbed or bewildered nearly all of contemporaries.
Concerto for harp & string orchestra, O. 67: I. Largo, Maestro e Grave. Concerto for harp & string orchestra, O. 67: II. Andante espressivo. 67: III. Allegretto. 67: IV. Dawn in Paradise (Adagio rubato). 67: V. Adagio. Concerto for Horn and String Orchestra, Op. 78 "Artik Concerto". 346, "Prospect Hill": Sonata for Piano, Op. 346, "Prospect Hill". String Quartet No. 3, Op. 208 No. 1 "Reflections on my Childhood": I. Andante; Adagio.
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|A||–Charles Ives||2nd String Quartet
Performer – The Walden String Quartet
|B||–Alan Hovhaness||"Lousadzak" Concerto No. 1 For Piano & String Orchestra
Piano – Maro Ajemian
- Design – Ronald Clyne
|FM 3369||Charles Ives / Alan Hovhaness, The Walden String Quartet, Maro Ajemian||Charles Ives / Alan Hovhaness, The Walden String Quartet, Maro Ajemian - 2nd String Quartet / "Lousadzak" Concerto No. 1 For Piano & String Orchestra (LP)||Folkways Records||FM 3369||US||1967|