Khachaturian Bell

Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Loris Tjeknavorian - Khachaturian: Symphony No. 2, Suite from The Battle of Stalingrad (1993)

Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Loris Tjeknavorian - Khachaturian: Symphony No.2 "The Bell", Suite from "The Battle of Stalingrad" (1993)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 58:48 | 306 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: ASV Digital | Catalog: CD DCA 859

Symphony No. 2 "The Bell" is a 1993 ASV recording starring the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Loris Tjeknavorian. Robert Mathew-Walker has written the music notes. One can definitely hear the influences from Stravinsky. The pace is right on the mark and one feels that Tjeknavorian understands Khachaturian's music. A very recording indeed.
Aram Khachaturian - La Viuda Valenciana, Masquerade - Suites (Veronica Dudarova - Moscow Symphoy Orchestra)

Aram Khachaturian - La Viuda Valenciana, Masquerade - Suites (Veronica Dudarova - Moscow Symphoy Orchestra)
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Covers + Booklet | 221 Mb
Label:Melodiya - Date:1990

Although he was indicted (along with Shostakovich, Prokofiev, and a number of other prominent Soviet musicians) for "formalism," in the infamous Zhdanov decree of 1948, Aram Khachaturian was, for most of his long career, one of the Soviet musical establishment's most prized representatives. Born into an Armenian family, in Tbilisi, in 1903, Khachaturian's musical identity formed slowly, and, although a tuba player in his school band and a self-taught pianist, he wanted to be a biologist, and did not study music formally until entering Moscow's Gnesin Music Academy (as a cellist) in 1922. His considerable musical talents …..
Aram Ilyich Khachaturian - Ode to Joy, 3 Concert Arias, Ballad. Poem, March of Zangezur

Aram Ilyich Khachaturian - Ode to Joy, 3 Concert Arias, Ballad. Poem, March of Zangezur
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Covers + Booklet | 334 Mb
Label:ASV - Date:2000

Although he was indicted (along with Shostakovich, Prokofiev, and a number of other prominent Soviet musicians) for "formalism," in the infamous Zhdanov decree of 1948, Aram Khachaturian was, for most of his long career, one of the Soviet musical establishment's most prized representatives. Born into an Armenian family, in Tbilisi, in 1903, Khachaturian's musical identity formed slowly, and, although ….
Joshua Bell - Bruch: Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46 / Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 (2018) [24/96]

Joshua Bell - Bruch: Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46 / Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 (2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 55:39 minutes | 1.12 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital Booklet

A new Sony Classical release from Grammy Award-winning violinist Joshua Bell showcases two masterpieces from romantic composer Max Bruch. The album features Bell’s first recording of the virtuosic Scottish Fantasy as well as a new recording of the Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, which he first recorded over thirty years ago with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields and Sir Neville Marriner. Now, as Music Director of the Academy, Bell both performs and directs the orchestra and offers a fresh take on the Bruch Concerto in addition to a thrilling performance of the Scottish Fantasy.
Pink Floyd - The Division Bell (1994) [EMI 7243 8 28984 2 9, EU]

Pink Floyd - The Division Bell (1994)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
EMI, 7243 8 28984 2 9, CDP 828984 2 | ~ 392 or 160 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 102 Mb
Progressive Rock | 1st EU issue

The second Pink Floyd album recorded without founding member Roger Waters, The Division Bell was written mostly by guitarist and singer David Gilmour and keyboardist Rick Wright; it features Wright's first lead vocal on a Pink Floyd album since The Dark Side of the Moon (1973). Gilmour's fiancée, novelist Polly Samson, co-wrote many of the lyrics, which deal with themes of communication…
Joshua Bell - Bruch: Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46 - Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 (2018)

Joshua Bell & Academy of St. Martin in the Fields - Bruch: Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46 - Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 (2018)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:55:42 | 128 Mb
Classical | Label: Sony Classical

A new Sony Classical release from Grammy Award-winning violinist Joshua Bell showcases two masterpieces from romantic composer Max Bruch. The album features Bell’s first recording of the virtuosic Scottish Fantasy as well as a new recording of the Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, which he first recorded over thirty years ago with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields and Sir Neville Marriner. Now, as Music Director of the Academy, Bell both performs and directs the orchestra and offers a fresh take on the Bruch Concerto in addition to a thrilling performance of the Scottish Fantasy. In recent years, the Scottish Fantasy has become a favourite performance piece for Bell and his affection for the piece runs deep and with good reason: “My father’s descendants were from Scotland, and I grew up hearing stories about how my great- grandfather and great-great-grandfather fought in the Black Watch in Scotland. My dad was proud of his Scottish heritage, and this connection makes the melodies in Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy even more meaningful to me.”
Astrig Siranossian, Adam Klocek & Sinfonia Varsovia - Khachaturian & Penderecki: Cello Concertos (2018) [24/96]

Astrig Siranossian, Adam Klocek & Sinfonia Varsovia - Khachaturian & Penderecki: Cello Concertos (2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 69:53 minutes | 1.27 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front Cover

First performed on 30th October 1946 in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory in the very midst of the Soviet turmoil, the Cello Concerto was the last of a series of three concertos, such as those for violin or piano, to be presented with Sviatoslav Knouchevitski (dedicatee) on the cello and Aleksandr Gauk conducting. Though first performed in 1946, it was written many years earlier while the composer was studying cello at the Gnessin Institute.
Astrig Siranossian, Adam Klocek & Sinfonia Varsovia - Khachaturian & Penderecki: Cello Concertos (2018)

Astrig Siranossian, Adam Klocek & Sinfonia Varsovia - Khachaturian & Penderecki: Cello Concertos (2018)
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & front cover | 324 MB
Label: Claves Records | Tracks: 09 | Time: 69:53 min

First performed on 30th October 1946 in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory in the very midst of the Soviet turmoil, the Cello Concerto was the last of a series of three concertos, such as those for violin or piano, to be presented with Sviatoslav Knouchevitski (dedicatee) on the cello and Aleksandr Gauk conducting. Though first performed in 1946, it was written many years earlier while the composer was studying cello at the Gnessin Institute.
Hideko Udagawa, Boris Berezovsky - Aram Khachaturian: Violin Sonata & Dances from Gayaneh & Spartacus (2014)

Hideko Udagawa, Boris Berezovsky - Aram Khachaturian: Violin Sonata & Dances from Gayaneh & Spartacus (2014)
MP3 (CBR 320 kbps) | 58:15 | 144 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Nimbus

HIDEKO UDAGAWA has performed extensively throughout the world and captivates international audiences with her artistry and enthusiasm. Critics have acclaimed her performances, commending her passionate commitment, dazzling agility and refinement of taste. As a protégée of Nathan Milstein, she has inherited the great Russian romantic tradition of violin playing.
London Symphony Orchestra, Loris Tjeknavorian - Khachaturian: Gayne, Selections From "Spartacus",  Masquerade Suite (2005)

London Symphony Orchestra, Loris Tjeknavorian - Khachaturian: Gayne, Selections From "Spartacus", Masquerade Suite (2005)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 02:26:40 | 722 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: RCA Red Seal | Catalog: 82876 65836 2

RCA put a major push behind Armenian conductor Loris Tjeknavorian in the 1970s and '80s, and this two-disc set, Khachaturian: Gayne (Complete Ballet), restores to the active catalog a highly desirable recording at a price that is entirely reasonable. When it first appeared in 1976, Tjeknavorian's Gayne (Gayane), made with the National Symphony Orchestra, was a mite controversial in that it was marketed as "complete"; Khachaturian fanatics had long sought a complete Gayne, as the suites Khachaturian had prepared from the ballet were common on recordings, but not the work as a whole.