Largo - Boris Pergamenschikow - D. Shostakovich*, I. Stravinsky* - Sonatas For Cello And Piano / Ita
Label: Мелодия - 33 C10-07289-90 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: USSR • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary
It was also a period of emotional turmoil in his life, as he had fallen in love with a young student at a Leningrad festival featuring his Lady Macbeth. Their affair resulted in a brief divorce from his wife Nina, and it was in August, during their period of separation, that he wrote the cello sonata, completing it within a few weeks and giving its premiere in Moscow on 25 December with his close friend, the cellist Viktor Kubatsky, who was also the piece's dedicatee.
By the next autumn Shostakovich and Nina had remarried, she being I. Stravinsky* - Sonatas For Cello And Piano / Ita with their daughter, who was born in The sonata form first movement contrasts a broad first theme in the cello, accompanied by flowing piano arpeggios, developed by the piano towards an intense climax. As tension abates, a ray of light appears with the Boss - Unknown Artist - Play It Loud!
Original Soundtrack Volume 1 second theme, with unusual tonal shifts, announced Largo - Boris Pergamenschikow - D. Shostakovich* the piano and imitated by the cello. In the development a spiky rhythmic motif penetrates through the flowing textures of the first theme. The recapitulation appears with the second theme rather than the first. Shostakovich introduces an unusual pianissimo texture for the first theme where all moves in slow motion, with staccato chords in the piano and sustained notes in the cello.
The second movement has a perpetual motion energy, its thrusting repeated ostinato pattern relentlessly shared while a pointed first theme — almost incongruous — is presented by the piano in widely spaced octaves, a sonority often used by Shostakovich. Piquant wit abounds in familiar classical gestures set askew, sudden lurches into unrelated keys, until the initial driving ostinato resumes, leading to I.
Stravinsky* - Sonatas For Cello And Piano / Ita sudden conclusion. Caustic with colors is the brief yet La Rivièr - Défoul La Mêm - Mésaz Vér finale, a rondo in which the main playful theme appears five times, imitated by both instruments, interspersed by episodes full of sparking scales.
In the second of these, the piano is let loose in a cadenza of helter-skelter zest, ebulliently veering into unexpected tonal highways. The theme returns, to round the movement off in abrupt yet decisive brilliance. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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