- Tatiana Fridliand (Organ)
- Rashit Galeyev (Trombone)
- Sergei Soloviev (Timpani)
- Victor Guseinov (Trumpet)
- Paul Magi (Violin)
Notes & Reviews:
Firma Melodiya presents a recording of Alfred Schnittke’s Symphony No. 1, one of the conceptual masterpieces of domestic music from the late 20th century. Schnittke, an outstanding master of Russian music avant-garde, composed the symphony in 1969 to 1972. The composer’s first large-scale orchestral piece made an epoch in history of symphonic music in general combining for the first time the traditions with radical innovation, a two-century branch of the evolution of the symphonic genre with an ultimately modern musical language through the techniques of dodecaphony, aleatoric music, polystylistic devices, jazz improvisation and the so-called instrumental theatre. The symphony was dedicated to its first performer and outstanding conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky who was an ardent advocate of Schnittke’s music and also initiated its recording. That recording is featured in the release.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: 1987.
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Works DetailsSchnittke, Alfred : Symphony no 1
- Performers: Tatiana Fridliand (Organ); Rashit Galeyev (Trombone); Sergei Soloviev (Timpani); Victor Guseinov (Trumpet); Paul Magi (Violin)
- Conductor: Gennady Rozhdestvensky
- Ensemble: The USSR Ministry of Culture State Symphony Orchestra
- Running Time: 64 min. 14 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary
- Form: Orchestral
- Written: 1972