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Music of Tribute, Vol. 8: Schnittke And His Ghosts

Angelina Gadeliya

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1
Variations of the Chord
Alfred Schnittke; Angelina Gadeliya
7:48
Variations for Piano, Op. 27  
2
I. Sehr massig
Anton Webern; Angelina Gadeliya
1:55
3
II. Sehr schnell
Anton Webern; Angelina Gadeliya
0:44
4
III. Ruhig
Anton Webern; Angelina Gadeliya
3:31
5
Adagio in B Minor, K. 540
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Angelina Gadeliya
9:06
6
Variations on a Theme by Glinka
Dmitry Shostakovich; Angelina Gadeliya
6:32
Piano Sonata No. 2  
7
I. Moderato
Alfred Schnittke; Angelina Gadeliya
6:15
8
II. Lento
Alfred Schnittke; Angelina Gadeliya
5:04
9
III. Allegro moderato
Alfred Schnittke; Angelina Gadeliya
6:50
Piano Sonata No. 4 in F-Sharp Major, Op. 30  
10
I. Andante
Alexander Scriabin; Angelina Gadeliya
2:53
11
II. Prestissimo volando
Alexander Scriabin; Angelina Gadeliya
5:02
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:40
Celebrated young pianist Angelina Gadeliya has become known as a leading advocate of Alfred Schnittke’s music and at the same time, an expert in the influences which shaped his musical personality. Schnittke, a maverick of late 20th century Soviet music, was haunted by the ghosts of his predecessors: classical, 12-tone, Russian mystical and otherwise. This unique programme, Gadeliya's debut album, includes music by some of those "ghosts": Mozart, Webern, Shostakovich (based on Glinka) and Scriabin as well as two impressive works by Schnittke himself, his Variations of the Chord and Sonata No. 2.
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