Goldstone & Clemmow - Magical Places - Evocative Symphonic Poems For Piano Duet album download
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|1||Night On Bald Mountain
Arranged By [Edited By] – Nikolai Rimsky-KorsakovArranged By [For Piano Duet] – Nikolai Artsybushev*Composed By – Mussorgsky*
|2||Midsummer Vigil (Swedish Rhapsody No. 1)
Composed By, Arranged By [For Piano Duet] – Hugo Alfvén
Composed By, Arranged By [For Piano Duet] – Jacques Ibert
|6||The Enchanted Lake
Arranged By [For Piano Duet] – Vasily Kalafati*Composed By – Anatoly Lyadov*
|Four Sea Interludes From Peter Grimes
Arranged By [For Piano Duet] – Erwin SteinComposed By – Benjamin Britten
|11||The Forgotten Rite
Composed By, Arranged By [For Piano Duet] – John Ireland
- Copyright (c) – Divine Art Ltd
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Goldstone And Clemmow
- Record Company – Divine Art Recordings Group
- Recorded At – St. John The Baptist Church, Alkborough, North Lincolnshire
- Manufactured By – Sound Performance
- Liner Notes – Anthony Goldstone
- Piano [Four Hands] – Goldstone & Clemmow*
- Technician [Piano] – Benjamin E. Nolan
NotesTotal CD duration: 69.13
Recorded in 2012
World premiere recordings of tracks 1, 3 to 10
A Maxim digital recording
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- Barcode: 8 09730 51042 7
- Label Code: LC 12671
- Other (SPARS code): DDD
- Rights Society: MCPS
Album · 2013 · 11 Songs. Midsommarvaka (Midsummer Vigil), Op. 19, "Swedish Rhapsody No. 1" (version for piano 4 hands). Escales (version for piano 4 hands).
By Goldstone & Clemmow. 1" (version for piano 4 hands) - Hugo Alfvén, 12:160:30. 3. Escales (version for piano 4 hands): Rome - Palerme - Jacques Ibert, 6:330:30. 4. Escales (version for piano 4 hands): Tunis - Nefta - Jacques Ibert, 2:190:30. 5. Escales (version for piano 4 hands): Valencia - Jacques Ibert, 5:320:30.
Goldstone & Clemmow (piano). Release Date: 24th Sep 2012. Catalogue No: DDA25104. Of the six orchestral works on this recording three are in the composers’ own piano duet versions; two others were transcribed by people in whom the composers had great faith (Rimsky-Korsakov here being considered the composer of Night on Bald Mountain, as Mussorgsky had died), and it must be presumed that Lyadov approved the choice of Kalafati who was held. in great esteem by his colleagues and pupils (Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians ). Three of the six pieces of music involve the supernatural, while the remaining three present magical soundscapes in their different ways
Magical Places: Evocative Symphonic Poems for Piano Duet.
Arranged By – Vasily Kalafati Composed By – Anatoly Lyadov. Four Sea Interludes From Peter Grimes. Arranged By – Erwin SteinComposed By – Benjamin Britten.
03 - Ibert - Escales (version for piano 4 hands); Rome - Palerme. 11 - Ireland - The Forgotten Rite (version for piano 4 hands).
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DDA 25104 Magical Places – Evocative Symphonic Poems From Britain and Ireland through France and Spain, to Russia and Scandinavia, a true musical adventure Terrific performances. A nicely judged programme that is superbly played and recorded with clarity. International Piano. DDA 25118 Rimsky-Korsakov – Music for Piano Duo The composer’s own arrangements of Scheherazade and Neapolitan Song; and his wife Nadezhda Purgold’s transcription of Antar Husband-and-wife team Anthony Goldstone and Caroline Clemmow cast-iron guarantees of superb performances.
For the album by Grisman and Rice, see Tone Poems (David Grisman and Tony Rice album). Poema" redirects here. For the American duo, see Poema (musical group). Some piano and chamber works, such as Arnold Schoenberg's string sextet Verklärte Nacht, have similarities with symphonic poems in their overall intent and effect. However, the term symphonic poem is generally accepted to refer to orchestral works. A symphonic poem may stand on its own (as do those of Richard Strauss), or it can be part of a series combined into a symphonic suite or cycle. For example, The Swan of Tuonela (1895) is a tone poem from Jean Sibelius's Lemminkäinen Suite, and Vltava (The Moldau) by Bedřich Smetana is part of the six-work cycle Má vlast.