Notes & Reviews:
Written in 1964, Boris Tischenko's Symphony No. 2 is based on the poetry of Marina Tsvetaeva and is a milestone composition in the composer's heritage. This cd comes from a concert performance December 16, 1973.
American Record Guide, May/June 2013
The effort is worth it. His music gives us the hysterical aspects of Marina's life. There is an opera about Marina Tsvetaeva by Deborah Drattell. This is a 1973 concert recording from Petrozavodsk, Karelia. The sound is good for what I presume is a broadcast recording. Denisov's notes are decent. A standard English translation of the poems is included.
Recording information: Finnish Theater in Petrozavodsk (12/16/1973).
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Works DetailsTishchenko, Boris : Symphony no 2 ("Marina"), Op. 28
- Conductor: Edvard Tchivzhel
- Ensemble: Petrozavodsk Conservatory Choir
- Running Time: 48 min. 57 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary
- Form: Orchestral
- Written: 1964