B. Tishchenko, Nicolas Stavy, Jean-Claude Gengembre - Piano Sonatas No. 7 (With Bells) & No. 8 album flac
|Sonata No. 7 For Piano (With Bells), Op. 85||(40:14)|
|2||II. Lento - Attacca -||16:46|
|Sonata No. 8 For Piano, Op. 99||(29:38)|
|4||I. Allegro Energico||6:00|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BIS Records AB
- Copyright (c) – BIS Records AB
- Recorded At – Eglise de Saint-Marcel, Paris
- Made By – Sony DADC
- Bells – Jean-Claude Gengembre
- Composed By – Борис Тищенко*
- Engineer [Sound], Post Production – Evi Iliades
- Executive-Producer – Robert Suff
- Producer – Nikolaos Samaltanos
- Technician [Piano] – François-Xavier Soulard, Michaël Bargues
NotesRecording of Tishchenko's piano sonatas by Nicolas Stavy for BIS records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 318599 921891
- Matrix / Runout (Layer 1): A0102493304 - A911 17 A00
- Matrix / Runout (Layer 2): A0102493304 - B911 18 00A
- Mastering SID Code (Layer 1): IFPI L557
- Mastering SID Code (Layer 2): IFPI L558
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 94A8
- Pressing Plant ID: Sony DADC
- Rights Society: BIEM/n©b
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Recording of Tishchenko's piano sonatas by Nicolas Stavy for BIS records. Matrix, Runout (Layer 1): A0102493304 - A911 17 A00. Matrix, Runout (Layer 2): A0102493304 - B911 18 00A. Mastering SID Code (Layer 1): IFPI L557. Mastering SID Code (Layer 2): IFPI L558. Mould SID Code: IFPI 94A8. Pressing Plant ID: Sony DADC.
B. Tishchenko, Nicolas Stavy, Jean-Claude Gengembre - Piano Sonatas No. 7 (With Bells) & No. 8 (SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album).
Joined by Jean-Claude Gengembre in Sonata No. 7, the French pianist Nicolas Stavy makes his first appearance on BIS in these demanding and valuable scores. His recording also serves as a useful and welcome reminder of the many fine composers that remained in the Soviet Union, when colleagues such as Sofia Gubaidulina or Alfred Schnittke emigrated to the West. On this recording, French pianist Nicolas Stavy tackles the Seventh, longest and formally weirdest of them all, with its clanging tubular bells and acid glockenspiel (played by Jean-Claude Gengembre) adding to the absurd melodrama of the mix. The Eighth is more taut a tightly-sprung riot of tough counterpoint, mordant send-ups and suddenly bare, solemn chorales.
By Boris Ivanovich Tishchenko, Nicolas Stavy, Jean-Claude Gengembre. 1. Piano Sonata No. 7, Op. 85: I. Andante - Allegro - Andante - Allegro - Andante. 2. 85: II. Lento -. 16:490:30. 3. 85: III. Allegro. 4. 8, Op. 99: I. Allegro energico. 5. 99: II. Andantino. 6. 99: III. Allegro molto.
Jean-Claude Gengembre. Boris Tishchenko: Piano Sonatas No. 7 with bells & No. 8. Nicolas Stavy. Bells, Chimes, Tubular Bells.
99 (1986) Nicolas Stavy (piano), Jean-Claude Gengembre (large bells, tubular bells and glockenspiel) rec. December 2014, Église évangélique Saint-Marcel, Paris, France BIS BIS-2189 SACD It would seem Tishchenko’s star may have risen more than some, with his symphonies being given wider attention in certain quarters. The Seventh Sonata is indeed unusual, with a significant part for bells – large bells, tubular bells and glockenspiel in a rising sequence between movements. These both challenge and unite with the piano as percussive and ringing entities whose characters also enter that of the music itself.
TISHCHENKO, Boris (1939–2010): Sonata No. 7 for piano with bells, Op. 85 (1982); Sonata No. 8 for piano, Op. 99 (1986). Nicolas Stavy, Steinway D Jean-Claude Gengembre, large bells, tubular bells & glockenspiel. Track listing: Genre: Classical - Instrumental. Content: Stereo/Multichannel.
Nicholas Stavy and Jean-Claude Gengebre - "Boris Tishchenko: Piano Sonatas 7 & 8". Sang Woo Kang.
Tishchenko – Piano Sonatas Nos 7 and 8. Often described as a favourite pupil of Shostakovich, Boris Tishchenko st. .BIS. Gengembre, Jean-Claude. View all. Top Albums. Mahler – Symphony N. ‘Resurrection’ BIS2296.
Tishchenko was born in Leningrad. He studied at the Leningrad Musical College from 1954 to 1957. There he learnt composition under Galina Ustvolskaya and piano under Mikhelis. Then from 1957 to 1963 he studied composition with Vadim Salmanov, Victor Voloshinov and Orest Evlakhov, and piano with L. Logovinski at the Leningrad Conservatory. He took a postgraduate course with the composer Dmitri Shostakovich from 1962 to 1965. He subsequently joined the faculty of the Leningrad Conservatory from 1965, and became a professor there in 1986. Tischenko was married three times. 7, with bells, Op. 85 (1982). 9, Op.
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