Georgian Miniatures / Nassidse, Bardanashvili, Zinzadse / Korantia, piano

> Symphony No. 3, "Chamber Symphony" - Symphony No. 3, "Chamber Symphony"
> Concerto quasi una Fantasia - I. Molto largo
> Concerto quasi una Fantasia - II. Sostenuto
> Concerto quasi una Fantasia - III. Rondo - Toccata
> 3 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - No. 1. Lale
> 3 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - No. 2. Indimindi
> 12 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - 12 Miniatures: Suliko (version for string orchestra)
> 3 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - 3 Miniatures: No. 3. Satshidao (version for string orchestra)
> 17 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - Simgera (Song)
> 17 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - Dance Tune
> 17 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - A Joke
> 12 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - Mstkhemsuri (Shepherd's Dance)
> 12 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - Zoli Gamididgulda
> 12 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - Rural Dance
> 12 Miniatures (version for string orchestra) - Eldfluga (Firefly)

Album Summary

>Nassidse, Sulchan : Chamber Symphony no 3
>Bardanashvili, Josef : Concerto quasi una Fantasia for piano, strings, celesta & harpsichord
>Zin, Sulchan Fjodorowitsch : Miniatures for chamber orchestra
Performer Conductor Ensemble Composers

Notes & Reviews:

The Georgian Chamber Orchestra Ingolstadt was founded in 1964 in Tiflis, but n 1990, moved to Ingolstadt, Germany. Since then, the ensemble has assumed a firm place in the German and international orchestral landscape. This CD presents Georgian compositions from the 20th century, all written by composers who still have yet to be discovered

MusicWeb International
Zinzadse's Miniatures come along as the equivalent of one of Beecham's bonne bouches designed to send the audiences home soothed. These are relaxation after so much high tension torment in Nassidse and Bardanashvili. The writing is suave, light on the palate, witty, oriental in accent, sensitive, delicately pointed and enchanting. The instant and captivating winner here is the Zinzadse... The other two pieces also impress for their impetuosity and heroic fury.

American Record Guide
Korsantia handles the difficult Bardanashvili with aplomb and sensitivity.

Notes & Reviews:

Recording information: Historischer Reitstadl, Neumarkt / Oberpfalz (09/19/2010-09/21/2010).



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Works Details

>Nassidse, Sulchan : Chamber Symphony no 3
  • Conductor: Ariel Zuckermann
  • Ensemble: Georgian Chamber Orchestra
  • Notes: Historischer Reitstadl, Neumarkt / Oberpfalz (09/19/2010-09/21/2010)
  • Running Time: 19 min. 12 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1969

>Bardanashvili, Josef : Concerto quasi una Fantasia for piano, strings, celesta & harpsichord
  • Performer: Alexander Korsantia (Piano)
  • Conductor: Ariel Zuckermann
  • Ensemble: Georgian Chamber Orchestra
  • Notes: Historischer Reitstadl, Neumarkt / Oberpfalz (09/19/2010-09/21/2010)
  • Running Time: 26 min. 18 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: Concerto

>Zin, Sulchan Fjodorowitsch : Miniatures for chamber orchestra
  • Conductor: Ariel Zuckermann
  • Ensemble: Georgian Chamber Orchestra
  • Notes: Historischer Reitstadl, Neumarkt / Oberpfalz (09/19/2010-09/21/2010)
  • Running Time: 17 min. 10 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern