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Alexander Lokshin - Songs of Margaret; Symphonies Nos. 7 & 10 (1997)

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Alexander Lokshin - Songs of Margaret; Symphonies Nos. 7 & 10 (1997)

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Songs of Margaret Nr. 1-7 

    1 Nr. 1 Introduktion. Andante 
    2 Nr. 2 Theme. Andantino 
    3 Nr. 3 Variation 1. Lento 
    4 Nr. 4 Variation 2. Allegro assai 
    5 Nr. 5 Intermedia and Variation 3. Lo stesso tempo 
    6 Nr. 6 Variation 4. Larghetto 
    7 Nr. 7 Coda. Andante 

Symphony No. 7 ((1972)

    8 1. Introduction. Commodo 
    9 2. Main Theme. Sostenuto 
    10 3. Variation 1. Larghetto 
    11 4. Variation 2. Animato 
    12 5. Variation 3. Adagio 
    13 6. Variation 4. Allegretto 
    14 7. Variation 5. Andante 
    15 8. Variation 6. Lento 

Symphony No. 10 ((1976)

    16 1. Satz: Introduction. Andante
    17 2. Main Theme. Adagio
    18 3. Variation 1. Animato
    19 4. Intermedia  1. Adagio
    20 5. Variation 2. Adagio
    21 6. Intermedia  2. Chorus
    22 7. Variation 3. Adagio
    23 8. Finale. Chorus

Helena Barshai - Organ
Nina Grigorieva - Contralto 
Ludmila Sokolenko - Soprano
Charles Neidich - Clarinet
Yevgeny Smirnov - Violin
Alla Vasilieva – Cello
Moscow Chamber Orchestra 	
Rudolf Barshai – Conductor


Alexander Lazarevich Lokshin (1920-1987) is one of the most talented and original composers of the 20th century. Having remained aloof from the confrontation between the various musical trends, which had erupted so acutely in the musical life of the former Soviet Union during the 1960s and 1970s – the rivalry between the radically avant-garde and the traditional-national trends, the composer was able to create his individual style, in which a contemporary musical language is combined with a foundation on traditions of the high art of the past. Emotional saturation, melodic abundance, harmonical and timbral expressivity, a compositionally-dramaturgical plasticity and freedom, as well as a structural unity – these are all qualities, due to which the music of Lokshin authoritatively attracts the listener to itself and could be recognized and remembered. Of the great conductors of our time, Rudolf Barshai is surely the one most closely associated with the contemporary composers whose music he conducts. He studied composition with Shostakovich discussed orchestration with Prokofiev, and established himself as a forceful advocate of the music of Alexander Lokshin. In 1955 Barshai has founded the Moscow Chamber Orchestra. It was he who first acquainted Russian audiences with Shostakovich’s Fourteenth Symphony, Weinberg’s Symphony No. 7 in C major for strings and harpsichord, Music for chamber orchestra of Sviridov. --- melody.su

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