Piano Sonatas Nos. 7-12

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dc.contributor.other Samuil Evgenievich Feinberg es
dc.contributor.other Nikolaos Samaltanos es
dc.contributor.other Christophe Sirodeau es
dc.coverage.spatial Sonatas (Piano) es
dc.date.accessioned 2013-04-15T21:12:34Z
dc.date.available 2004
dc.date.available 2013-04-15T21:12:34Z
dc.date.copyright 2003
dc.date.issued 2013-04-15
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2899
dc.description.abstract Samuel Feinberg (also Samuil) was better known in his day as a pianist than a composer, but it is as a composer that Feinberg is known to posterity. Feinberg' s interpretations of the keyboard works of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Scriabin, and others were startlingly original - he typically offered quite a different approach to each composer's music. He produced a substantial output of piano, vocal, and chamber works, but was generally reluctant to promote his compositions in the many concerts he gave. Feinberg' s early music is conservative in outlook, but he later became experimental in the use of serial techniques, only to return to a more traditional though individual style later on. Feinberg was born in Odessa between May 14 and 26, 1890. Raised in Moscow, from an early age Feinberg exhibited an extraordinary talent on the piano. He enrolled in the Moscow Conservatory and studied piano with Alexander Goldenweiser. During his student years he took instruction in composition privately with Nikolai Zhilyayev. After his 1911 graduation from the Conservatory, Feinberg launched a career as a piano soloist while writing music on the side. Before he was sent off to war, Feinberg met Scriabin, who praised his pianism. Feinberg's active participation in the Russian military ended abruptly when he became gravely ill and had to spend the remainder of the war recuperating in Moscow. In 1922, Feinberg joined the faculty at the Moscow Conservatory, and thereafter revived his career as a pianist, and toured Europe in the late 1920s. When his composition teacher, Zhilyayev, who had also become his music editor, was arrested during Stalin's reign of terror, Feinberg had to rein in the progressive music style he had evolved in works like the Sixth (1923) and Seventh (1924-1925) piano sonatas and the First Piano Concerto (1931-1932). After 1936, Feinberg's music became more conservative, though it retained a subtlety of expression and often divulged a penchant for imaginative contrapuntal techniques. Feinberg felt it wise not to seek publication of some of his more progressive works, like the Seventh Sonata, which would not appear in print until the 1970s. In 1951 Feinberg's health declined from as the result of a heart ailment, but he remained active as a pianist and composer for his remaining days. He died in Moscow, largely an obscure figure in a global sense, however his reputation within Russia placed him among the pianistic giants of his age—Sofronitsky, Goldenweiser, Ginzburg, and Neuhaus. © Robert Cummings, All Music Guide es
dc.description.tableofcontents Piano Sonata No. 7 Op. 21 (1924-28); I Allegro moderato, II Larghetto, III Epilogue (Tempo I)-- Piano Sonata No. 8 Op. 21a (1933-34); I Un poco animato, II Andante, III Allegro-- Piano Sonata No. 9 Op. 29 (1939)-- Piano Sonata No. 10 Op. 30 (1940-44)-- Piano Sonata No. 11 Op. 40 (1952)-- Piano Sonata No. 12 Op. 48 (1962); I Sonatina, II Intermezzo, III Improvisation-- es
dc.format.extent 79:57min. es
dc.format.medium 1 CD-Rom. (79:57 min.) Digital; 4 3/4 plg. es
dc.language.iso en es
dc.rights Uninorte F.M.Estéreo es
dc.subject.lcc 55074177 es
dc.subject.lcsh Sonatas (Piano) es
dc.title Piano Sonatas Nos. 7-12 es
dc.title.alternative The Twelve Piano Sonatas : Sonatas Nos. 7-12 es
dc.title.alternative Los Doce Piano Sonatas: Sonatas Nos. 7-12 es
dc.language.rfc3066 eng es
dc.rights.holder BIS Records AB es
dc.identifier.classification 7318590014141 es
dc.subject.cdu Feinberg.02 es


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1. Piano Sonata ... 8)- I Allegro moderato.mp3 10:52 9.932Mb MPEG Audio mp3
2 & 3. Piano So ... III Epilogue. Tempo I.mp3 7:51 7.183Mb MPEG Audio mp3
4. Piano Sonata ... 3-34)- Un Poco animato.mp3 7:33 6.900Mb MPEG Audio mp3
5 & 6. Piano So ... I Andante- III Allegro.mp3 7:21 6.715Mb MPEG Audio mp3
10. Piano Sonat ... 48 (1962)- I Sonatina.mp3 3:56 3.593Mb MPEG Audio mp3
11. Piano Sonat ... (1962)- II Intermezzo.mp3 4:39 4.259Mb MPEG Audio mp3
12. Piano Sonat ... 62)- III Improvisation.mp3 4:12 3.842Mb MPEG Audio mp3
Piano Sonata No. 7 Op. 21 (1924-28)- Completo.wav 18:36 187.7Mb WAV audio wav
Piano Sonata No. 8 Op. 21a (1933-34)- Completo.wav 14:50 149.7Mb WAV audio wav
Piano Sonata No. 9 Op. 29 (1939).wav 9:08 92.19Mb WAV audio wav
Piano Sonata No. 10 Op. 30 (1940-44).wav 11:45 118.5Mb WAV audio wav
Piano Sonata No. 11 Op. 40 (1952).wav 11:11 112.8Mb WAV audio wav
Piano Sonata No. 12 Op. 48 (1962)- Completo.wav 12:39 127.6Mb WAV audio wav

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