Anton RUBINSTEIN (1829-1894) : CELLO SONATAS Op 18 & 39 - THREE PIECES Op 11- Kanka (cello), Klepac


Anton RUBINSTEIN (1829-1894) : CELLO SONATAS Op 18 & 39 - THREE PIECES Op 11- Kanka (cello), Klepac

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The germanic intelligentsia told he was "too much Russian"; Glinka's "small gang", in fact the famous Fives Group, demanding the return to basics of true Russian music, thought he was too much westernized.... Against those quite conflicting opinions Anton RUBINSTEIN had a great triple professional career : pianist (Liszt's fame only was greater as his own), composer (his lyric works are now rediscovered, such as Der Dämon, adapted from Lermontov and recently directed by Valery Gergiev) and teacher (he was both the pathfinder in symphonic art for composers from Borodin to Tchaikovsky and the fonder of the famous piano Russian School with Rachmaninov and Scriabin)...This new record gathers for the first time the whole of the works originally composed for piano and cello, written in his early days (1851-57) with Hummel and Mendelssohn as models.


PRD/DSD 250 210/11


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