Category: New Wave


    1. Mezijind

      Hence Silvestrov's "metaphorical style" from the s onwards: a body of slow, lovely, and astoundingly detailed "postludes," emanating the air of a Mahler adagio through vast waves of time and subtle decay. Valentin Vasil'yevich Silvestrov was born in Kiev, Ukraine, on September 30, , arguably the darkest year in the Russian history.
    2. Faemi

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    3. Tutaxe

      SILVESTROV, V.: Piano Music - Naive Music / Der Bote / 2 Waltzes / 4 Pieces / 2 Bagatelles / Kitsch-Musik (Blumina) Piano music is central to Valentin Silvestrov’s output. With its frequent allusions to lingering recollections of the past, this programme presents an overview of various creative periods.
    4. Arashinos

      To date, Silvestrov has composed seven symphonies, of which the Fourth () and the Fifth () are both dominated by a longing for a beauty that used to be, but is no longer within reach. Considered by some to be his masterpiece, Symphony No.5 has for instance been described as 'an epilogue or coda inspired by the music of late Romantic.
    5. Shaktizil

      Silvestrov (b. ) is a Russian composer who takes a bit after Schnittke, but who nonetheless has his own voice. Silvestrov's Symphony 5 () is a breakthrough work and a clear masterpiece. It takes discordant exclamations (or atonally structured sound clusters) 4/5(9).
    6. Migor

      There are at least four works with the title "Postludium" or "Postlude." There's also a "Post Scriptum." Clearly Silvestrov is a composer in whose end is his beginning! leggiero, pesante (roughly, "lightly, heavily" – sometimes used to modify tempo indications) is devoted to a handful of Silvestrov's chamber works written between and.
    7. Shaktizilkree

      Silvestrov: Post scriptum: III Allegro vivace Valentin Silvestrov (b. ) has only come into his own only since the late s. Before then, his music tended to follow in .
    8. Muzahn

      SILVESTROV, V.: Moments of Memory II / Serenades / The Messenger - (Starodub, Kiev Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, Yablonsky) Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov has said that ‘I do not write new music. My music is a response to and an echo of what already exists.’.
    9. Ararisar

      Silvestrov: Dedication & Post Scriptum Roman Kofman & Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Vadim Sacharov (piano), Gidon Kremer (violin) Munich Symphony Orchestra, Münchner Philharmoniker, Roman .

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