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Theodor Grigoriu: Byzantium after Byzantium: Trinity Concerto; The Great Passage; The Eternal Return / Sherban Lupu, violin; Andrei Tanasescu, piano

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> Bizant dupa Bizant I (Byzantium after Byzantium I): The Trinity Concerto - I. Panmelodion: The Soul's Long Journey up to Heaven
> Bizant dupa Bizant I (Byzantium after Byzantium I): The Trinity Concerto - II. Threni: Oh, Golgotha!
> Bizant dupa Bizant I (Byzantium after Byzantium I): The Trinity Concerto - III. Diaphania: The Eternal Movement
> Bizant dupa Bizant II (Byzantium after Byzantium II): The Great Passage - I. Psalm: Lord, stop the passage
> Bizant dupa Bizant II (Byzantium after Byzantium II): The Great Passage - II. Murmur: I know that where there’s no death there's no love
> Bizant dupa Bizant II (Byzantium after Byzantium II): The Great Passage - III. Pastel: Long clouds have passed over the plains
> Bizant dupa Bizant II (Byzantium after Byzantium II): The Great Passage - IV. Epilogue: I kneel in the wind/There's no road that takes you back
> Bizant dupa Bizant III (Byzantium after Byzantium III): The Eternal Return - I. Icons from the Past: Unseen Stairs
> Bizant dupa Bizant III (Byzantium after Byzantium III): The Eternal Return - II. Curtains of Oblivion: 12 Interrupted Fugitive Variations
> Bizant dupa Bizant III (Byzantium after Byzantium III): The Eternal Return - III. The Bells of Return: With Brief Evocations of Anton Pann

Album Summary

>Grigoriu, Teodor : Trinity Concerto for violin & orchestra
>Grigoriu, Teodor : The Great Passage, sonata for violin
>Grigoriu, Teodor : The Eternal Return, sonata for violin & piano
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Notes & Reviews:

Grigoriu (b. Moldavia, 1926) is one of the major Romanian composers in the period after Enescu. His vast output is little known outside his own country, although it includes oratorios, symphonies, cantatas, chamber music, film-scores and much more. His musical roots reach back to Romanian folk-music and the modal melodies of ancient Byzantium.

Notes & Reviews:

Recording information: Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, University of (10/17/1996); Romanian Radio Television Studios (10/17/1996); Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, University of (1999-05-05_1999-05-06&2005-); Romanian Radio Television Studios (1999-05-05_1999-05-06&2005-).



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>Grigoriu, Teodor : Trinity Concerto for violin & orchestra
  • Performer: Sherban Lupu (Violin)
  • Conductor: Ian Hobson
  • Ensemble: Sinfonia da Camera
  • Running Time: 34 min. 11 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: Concerto
  • Written: 1994
  • Studio/Live: Live

>Grigoriu, Teodor : The Great Passage, sonata for violin
  • Performer: Sherban Lupu (Violin)
  • Notes: Romanian Radio Television Studios (05/05/1999-05/06/1999)
  • Running Time: 17 min. 33 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern

>Grigoriu, Teodor : The Eternal Return, sonata for violin & piano
  • Performers: Sherban Lupu (Violin); Andrei Tanasescu (Piano)
  • Notes: Romanian Radio Television Studios (06/11/2005-06/12/2005)
  • Running Time: 24 min. 22 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 2004