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Label: Naxos

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

Artist: Bogdana Pivnenko, Taras Yaropud, Kateryna Suprun, Yurii Pogoretskyi, Iryna Starodub

Composer: Boris Lyatoshinsky (1895-1968), Valentin Silvestrov (1937), Victoria Vita Poleva (1962)

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  • Boris Mikolayovich Lyatoshynsky (1895 - 1968): Ukrainian Quintet, Op. 42:
  • 1Lyatoshynsky: Ukrainian Quintet, Op. 42: I. Allegro e poco agitato11:40
  • 2Lyatoshynsky: Ukrainian Quintet, Op. 42: II. Lento e tranquillo12:34
  • 3Lyatoshynsky: Ukrainian Quintet, Op. 42: III. Allegro05:56
  • 4Lyatoshynsky: Ukrainian Quintet, Op. 42: IV. Allegro risoluto09:58
  • Valentin Silvestrov (b. 1937): Piano Quintet (To Boris Lyatoshynsky):
  • 5Silvestrov: Piano Quintet (To Boris Lyatoshynsky): I. Prelude. Andante07:39
  • 6Silvestrov: Piano Quintet (To Boris Lyatoshynsky): II. Fugue. Allegro06:31
  • 7Silvestrov: Piano Quintet (To Boris Lyatoshynsky): III. Aria. Andante05:18
  • Victoria Poleva (b. 1962):
  • 8Poleva: Simurgh-Quintet17:45
  • Total Runtime01:17:21

Info for Lyatoshynsky, Poleva & Silvestrov: Piano Quintets

Boris Lyatoshynsky was a leading member of a new generation of Ukrainian composers that emerged in the 1920s. His expansively conceived Ukrainian Quintet finds him at his most emotionally overt, with a heartfelt Lento e tranquillo second movement. Dedicated to Lyatoshynsky, Valentin Silvestrov's Piano Quintet dates from the start of his Modernist odyssey of the 1960s, while Victoria Poleva's withdrawn and secretive Simurgh-quintet is part of a style that embraces spiritual themes and musical simplicity defined as 'sacred minimalism'.

Iryna Starodub, piano
Bogdana Pivnenko, violin
Taras Yaropud, violin
Kateryna Suprun, viola
Yurii Pogoretskyi, cello

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