Eshpai

A. Dmitriev, V. Fedoseyev, Moscow State Symphony Orchestra - Moscow Autumn Festival: Korndorf, Kouss, Eshpai (1989)

Alexander Dmitriev, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Moscow State Symphony Orchestra - Moscow Autumn Festival: Korndorf, Kouss, Eshpai (1989)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) ~ 228.84 Mb | 67:36 | Scans included
Orchestral | Label: MCA (AED-68017)

The Moscow Autumn Festival is a major cultural showcase which premiers new works from Soviet composers. Since its debut 10 years ago, the Festival program has reached beyond a contemporary focus to also include the music of Western composers — from the Baroque period to present day. Performances from world-renowned orchestras, conductors, ensembles, and soloists further enhance this diverse and exciting event. Selections from some of the finest orchestral and choral works that highlighted the 1989 Festival are featured in this collection.
Vladimir Fedoseyev, USSR Radio & TV Symphony Orchestra - Eshpai: Symphonies Nos 4 & 5 (1994) (Repost)

Vladimir Fedoseyev, USSR Radio & TV Symphony Orchestra - Eshpai: Symphonies Nos 4 & 5 (1994)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) ~ 301.11 Mb | 62:20 | Scans included
Symphony | Label: Russian Disc (RD CD 11 051)

Andrei Eshpai was born in Kosmodemhansk 15 May 1925. He was educated at the Moscow Conservatory from 1948-1953 (piano under Sofronitsky; composition under Rakov, Miaskovsky and Golubev). Postgraduate study under Aram Khachaturian from 1953-1956. His musical expressive means are very unusual due to his usage of the folklore of his native Mari people. Typically his colourful orchestral sound seems to distill the essence of the natural world of the far north. He uses syncopated rhythms; his rhythms seem to be related to the music of Bartok. He uses often alternations of ostinato-tuttis and rhythmic shifts from folklore music.
Denisov • Eshpai • Goldmann • Kirchner • Zimmermann - Oboe concertos (Fabian Menzel) - 2003

Denisov • Eshpai • Goldmann • Kirchner • Zimmermann - Oboe concertos (Fabian Menzel)
Classical | EAC | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 2CD, 629 MB
Label: hr-musik.de | Catalog Number: 0016 03 | TT: 1:54'42''

This double CD compiles recordings of 20th century oboe concertos made in recent years with the RSO Frankfurt's solo oboist Fabian Menzel. The selection does not attempt to be representative of oboe composition at the end of the last century, since such a repertoire is to extensive and varied. The five pieces presented in this edition, however, are interesting and significant contributions to the genre and vary greatly in terms of their conception.

Andrei Eshpai - Symphony No.4 & No.5  Music

Posted by siouxsie55 at March 14, 2011
Andrei Eshpai - Symphony No.4 & No.5

Andrei Eshpai - Symphony No.4 & No.5
EAC | FLAC+CUE+LOG | SCANS | 1CD | 292 MB | Fsonic
XX Century Classical | Label: Russian Disc

Andrei Eshpai was born in Kosmodemhansk 15 May 1925. He was educated at the Moscow Conservatory from 1948-1953 (piano under Sofronitsky; composition under Rakov, Miaskovsky and Golubev). Postgraduate study under Aram Khachaturian from 1953-1956.
His musical expressive means are very unusual due to his usage of the folklore of his native Mari people. Typically his colourful orchestral sound seems to distill the essence of the natural world of the far north. He uses syncopated rhythms; his rhythms seem to be related to the music of Bartok. He uses often alternations of ostinato-tuttis and rhythmic shifts from folklore music.
Here I present the second of two CD's I own with his works.
Andrei Eshpai - Concertos  for Viola - Violin - Piano & Concerto Grosso

Andrei Eshpai - Concertos for Viola - Violin - Piano & Concerto Grosso
EAC | FLAC+CUE+LOG | SCANS | 1CD | 311 MB | Fsonic
XX Century Classical | Label: Russian Disc

Andrei Eshpai was born in Kosmodemhansk 15 May 1925. He was educated at the Moscow Conservatory from 1948-1953 (piano under Sofronitsky; composition under Rakov, Miaskovsky and Golubev). Postgraduate study under Aram Khachaturian from 1953-1956.
His musical expressive means are very unusual due to his usage of the folklore of his native Mari people. Typically his colourful orchestral sound seems to distill the essence of the natural world of the far north. He uses syncopated rhythms; his rhythms seem to be related to the music of Bartok. He uses often alternations of ostinato-tuttis and rhythmic shifts from folklore music.
Here I present the firs of two CD's I own with his works.

Leopold String Trio - Bach: Goldberg Variations (2011)  Music

Posted by peotuvave at June 25, 2014
Leopold String Trio - Bach: Goldberg Variations (2011)

Leopold String Trio - Bach: Goldberg Variations (2011)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 1 CD | Full Scans | 306 MB
Genre: Classsical | Label: Hyperion | Catalog Number: 67826

The Goldberg Variations stands as one of the greatest keyboard works ever written. Composed for a two-manual harpsichord, its universal musical language and distinct voicing has made it a popular subject for arrangement, including those for two pianos by Joseph Rheinberger, for woodwind quartet by Andrei Eshpai, for organ by Jean Guillou, and for solo guitar by József Eötvös, as well as the brilliantly re-imagined Gilded Goldbergs by Robin Holloway.

Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 16  Music

Posted by tapaz9 at Jan. 9, 2015
Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 16

Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 16
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Covers + Booklet | 284 Mb
Label:Warner - Date:2007

What we have here are Miaskovsky’s 27 symphonies with two overtures, two early tone poems (one after Poe; the other, Shelley), three sinfoniettas, one serenade, one Divertissement, one Concertino Lirico, one Slav Rhapsody and a piece called Links. It’s all the music for orchestra apart from the two concertos and choral works with orchestra (Kirov is With Us and Kremlin by Night). Note that the version of the Sixth Symphony here is the ……
Rob Barnett @ Musicweb-international.com

Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 15  Music

Posted by tapaz9 at Jan. 9, 2015
Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 15

Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 15
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Covers + Booklet | 324 Mb
Label:Warner - Date:2007

What we have here are Miaskovsky’s 27 symphonies with two overtures, two early tone poems (one after Poe; the other, Shelley), three sinfoniettas, one serenade, one Divertissement, one Concertino Lirico, one Slav Rhapsody and a piece called Links. It’s all the music for orchestra apart from the two concertos and choral works with orchestra (Kirov is With Us and Kremlin by Night). Note that the version of the Sixth Symphony here is the ……
Rob Barnett @ Musicweb-international.com

Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 14  Music

Posted by tapaz9 at Jan. 9, 2015
Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 14

Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 14
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Covers + Booklet | 320 Mb
Label:Warner - Date:2007

What we have here are Miaskovsky’s 27 symphonies with two overtures, two early tone poems (one after Poe; the other, Shelley), three sinfoniettas, one serenade, one Divertissement, one Concertino Lirico, one Slav Rhapsody and a piece called Links. It’s all the music for orchestra apart from the two concertos and choral works with orchestra (Kirov is With Us and Kremlin by Night). Note that the version of the Sixth Symphony here is the ……
Rob Barnett @ Musicweb-international.com

Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 13  Music

Posted by tapaz9 at Jan. 9, 2015
Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 13

Nikolai Myaskovsky - Complete Symhonies Vol. 13
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Covers + Booklet | 313 Mb
Label:Warner - Date:2007

What we have here are Miaskovsky’s 27 symphonies with two overtures, two early tone poems (one after Poe; the other, Shelley), three sinfoniettas, one serenade, one Divertissement, one Concertino Lirico, one Slav Rhapsody and a piece called Links. It’s all the music for orchestra apart from the two concertos and choral works with orchestra (Kirov is With Us and Kremlin by Night). Note that the version of the Sixth Symphony here is the ……
Rob Barnett @ Musicweb-international.com