Prokofiev / Gadjiev: Alexander & Nikolai Tcherepnin

Prokofiev / Gadjiev SKU: 42699415
Prokofiev / Gadjiev: Alexander & Nikolai Tcherepnin

Prokofiev / Gadjiev: Alexander & Nikolai Tcherepnin

Prokofiev / Gadjiev SKU: 42699415

Format: CD

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Title: Alexander & Nikolai Tcherepnin
Artist: Prokofiev / Gadjiev
Label: Cavi-Music
UPC: 4260085534944
Genre: Classical Artists

Alexander Gadjiev writes: "This is a special album that exclusively features brief pieces taken from short anthologies or collections. For me it's like a journey without a chronology: I just wanted to choose an interesting itinerary. All these pieces seem to evoke a "dark meditation". Even in lively passages there is an underlying mood of brooding: it is the atmosphere of the early 20th century and the cultural milieu of Symbolism. These are brief, abstract visions of different worlds. You can sense that a single chord or series of sounds could escalate to evoke an entire universe."


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