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Vladimir Sofronitsky - Vladimir Sofronitsky Studio and Concert Recordings, Volume VI album download
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Vladimir Sofronitsky - Vladimir Sofronitsky Studio and Concert Recordings, Volume VI album download

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Vladimir Sofronitsky
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Vladimir Sofronitsky Studio and Concert Recordings, Volume VI
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Vladimir Sofronitsky ‎– Concert Recordings. Label: Мелодия ‎– MEL CD 10 02312. DVD. "Geniuses: Vladimir Sofronitsky", A Film By Andrei Konchalovsky (2007). Director Of Photography – Dmitri Koval, Igor Ryabtsev, Igor SkromnyFilm Director, Screenwriter – Andrei Konchalovsky. Companies, etc. Made By – ФГУП "Фирма Мелодия". Recorded At – Small Hall Of The Moscow Conservatoire. Recorded At – Grand Hall Of The Moscow Conservatoire.

Album · 2015 · 90 Songs. The Art of Sofronitsky - Schumann. Chopin & Scriabin: Mazurkas, Valses, Nocturnes, Polonaises, Etudes, Préludes. Scriabin: Piano Sonatas Nos. 3-5. 2003.

Слушайте Vladimir Sofronitsky и скачивайте бесплатно в формате mp3 прямо сейчас, без кодов, смс и регистрации. 10: No. 4, Étude in C-Sharp Minor - Vladimir Sofronitsky. The Music Box, Op. 32 - Vladimir Sofronitsky. Mazurkas Op. 6: No. 3. Vivace - Vladimir Sofronitsky. 68: No. 2. Lento - Vladimir Sofronitsky. Sarcasms, Op. 17: No. 1, Tempestoso - Vladimir Sofronitsky. Novellette in C Major, Op. 20 - Vladimir Sofronitsky.

With a hostile attitude to studio work, the pianist felt truly free only in concert. He was able to perform the same piece differently even just a few days later. Every time Sofronitsky played, he re-experienced music, let it through himself as if he confessed before the audience. Perhaps that was the main secret of his magical impact. Many of the remaining concert recordings still preserve that sensation

Vladimir Sofronitsky (1901 - 1961) was a Russian pianist, best known as an interpreter of the Russian composer Alexander Scriabin. Sofronitsky was born to a physics teacher father and a mother from an artistic family. In 1903 his family moved to Warsaw, where he started piano lessons with Anna Lebedeva-Getcevich, and later with Aleksander Michałowski. From 1916 to 1921, Sofronitsky studied in the Petrograd Conservatory under Leonid Nikolayev, where Dmitri Shostakovich, Maria Yudina, and Elena Scriabina, the eldest daughter of the deceased Alexander Scriabin, were among his classmates

Vladimir Sofronitsky - Concert Recordings. Sofronitsky who tolerated no clichés strongly objected to the reputation of a Scriabinist although he found his own inimitable key to Scriabins music at an early age. Those who had a chance to hear the composer play said that only Sofronitsky was congenial to Scriabins interpretations. With a hostile attitude to studio work, the pianist felt truly free only in concert.

But above all Sofronitsky was most revered for the playing of the music of his favourite composer, Alexander Scriabin (whose daughter he married). There is plenty here to explain why that was so. The pianist sounds utterly absorbed in the idiom, especially in the elusive other-wordly later sonatas that open Disc 5, which receive incandescent readings, coruscatingly played with every demonic trill hinting at some unfolding mystery. That would explain why he disliked studio recording, and he is best heard in live recordings like these. But the film is a useful addition, and the selection reasonably representative of the central repertoire of a magnificent artist.