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Album-Release:
2015

HRA-Release:
24.06.2015

Label: Fuga Libera

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Instrumental

Artist: Laurence Oldak

Composer: Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915), Kirill Zaborov (1970-)

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  • Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915): Prélude et nocturne pour la main gauche seule, Op 9
  • 1No. 1. Prelude in C-Sharp Minor03:04
  • 2No. 2. Nocturne in D-Flat Major05:30
  • Huit études, Op. 42
  • 3No. 1 in D-Flat Major02:10
  • 4No. 2 in F-Sharp Minor01:05
  • 5No. 3 in F-Sharp Major00:54
  • 6No. 4 in F-Sharp Major02:39
  • 7No. 5 in C-Sharp Minor03:29
  • 8No. 6 in D-Flat Major02:01
  • 9No. 7 in F Minor01:10
  • 10No. 8 in E-Flat Major02:29
  • Kirill Zaborov (1970): Suite entrelacs
  • 11Entrelacs No. 101:54
  • 12Entrelacs No. 202:43
  • 13Entrelacs No. 301:22
  • Dix apparitions
  • 14Apparition No. 101:05
  • 15Apparition No. 201:44
  • 16Apparition No. 300:49
  • 17Apparition No. 400:44
  • 18Apparition No. 501:47
  • 19Apparition No. 600:39
  • 20Apparition No. 700:24
  • 21Apparition No. 801:52
  • 22Apparition No. 900:40
  • 23Apparition No. 1001:02
  • Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915): Quatrième sonate pour piano Op. 30
  • 24I. Andante02:58
  • 25II. Prestissimo volando05:02
  • Douze études, Op. 8
  • 26No. 2 in F-Sharp Minor01:52
  • 27No. 11 in B-Flat Minor03:46
  • Kirill Zaborov (1970)
  • 28Hommage a la memoire de D. Chostakovitch06:11
  • Deux préludes
  • 29Prelude No. 103:26
  • 30Prelude No. 201:38
  • Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915)
  • 319 Mazurkas, Op. 25: No. 3 in E Minor: Lento02:39
  • Total Runtime01:08:48

Info for Dialogue

Dialogue is the story of a poetic exchange between Laurence Oldak and two composers a century apart: Alexander Scriabin, the centenary of whose death is being commemorated on 14 April 2015, and Kirill Zaborov, a talented contemporary Franco-Russian composer.

This recording has its origin in the encounter between the pianist and the latter, whose music, full of imagery, betrays his Slavic origins and romantic inspiration. In a refined interpretation full of expressiveness, Laurence Oldak thus proposes a ‘Russian alliance’ and invites us to discover four pieces by the young composer – including his Dix Apparitions, which she premiered in November 2012 –, interspersing them with works by Scriabin, including the complete cycle of Huit Études, Op. 42 and the very intense Sonata No. 4, Op. 30.

Laurence Oldak, piano

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Booklet for Dialogue

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