Schneider: Krasnoyarsk Counterpoints

Schneider SKU: 40189161
Schneider: Krasnoyarsk Counterpoints

Schneider: Krasnoyarsk Counterpoints

Schneider SKU: 40189161

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Description

Title: Krasnoyarsk Counterpoints
Artist: Schneider
Label: Wergo Germany
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 4010228512625
Genre: Classical Artists

Siberia is known for it's vast distances and the unfathomable dimensions of it's unspoiled landscapes of rivers and lakes, forests and mountains, and tundra and taiga. The city of Krasnoyarsk is at the center of Eurasia between Moscow and Beijing and has a surprisingly vibrant musical life. In 2019, the city commissioned two works by Enjott Schneider, one of Germany's most multifaceted composers. For the "Asia-Siberia-Europe Festival", Schneider composed "Spirits of Siberia" for trumpet, strings, and percussion. In this work, trumpet virtuoso Reinhold Friedrich embodies the world of shamanistic mysteries. In the piece's four movements, the soloist conjures the Siberian flora and fauna with mystical sound worlds that take us far beyond the reality of our normal physical senses. "Leporello & Giovanni" was commissioned by the Trans-Siberian Art Festival. The double continent of Eurasia is symbolized in this double concerto by double bass and contrabass balalaika played by two of the world's finest virtuosos: Artem Chirkov, the principal double bass player of the St. Petersburg Philharmonia, and Mikhail Dzyudze, whose innovations have brought the balalaika from folk music into the classical concert halls of the world. The music moves against the background of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni, with the soloists energetically personifying the complicated relationship between Don Giovanni and his servant Leporello.

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