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After Rachmaninoff, Scriabin and Prokofiev, Vadym Kholodenko continues his exploration of the Russian repertory with a pair of rarely recorded works: Tchaikovsky's two solo piano sonatas. Imaginative, colorful and dreamy, capable of an infinite range of emotions, he reveals both the masterly architecture and the subtleties of the writing that are often sacrificed to mere demonstration of virtuosity.
After Rachmaninoff, Scriabin and Prokofiev, Vadym Kholodenko continues his exploration of the Russian repertory with a pair of rarely recorded works: Tchaikovsky's two solo piano sonatas. Imaginative, colorful and dreamy, capable of an infinite range of emotions, he reveals both the masterly architecture and the subtleties of the writing that are often sacrificed to mere demonstration of virtuosity.
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Rel. Date: 06/11/2021
UPC: 5400863053840

Tchaikovsky: Piano Sonatas Opp. 37 & 80
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1. Tchaikovsky: Grande Sonate in G major Op.37 - I. Moderato e risoluto
2. Tchaikovsky: Grande Sonate in G major Op.37 - II. Andante non troppo quasi Moderato
3. Tchaikovsky: Grande Sonate in G major Op.37 - III. Scherzo. Allegro giocoso
4. Tchaikovsky: Grande Sonate in G major Op.37 - VI. Finale. Allegro vivace
5. Tchaikovsky: Sonata in C sharp minor Op. posth.80 - I. Allegro con fuoco
6. Tchaikovsky: Sonata in C sharp minor Op. posth.80 - II. Andante
7. Tchaikovsky: Sonata in C sharp minor Op. posth.80 - III. Scherzo. Allegro vivo
8. Tchaikovsky: Sonata in C sharp minor Op. posth.80 - VI. Allegro vivo
9. Tchaikovsky: November: Troika. Allegro moderato, No.11 from The Seasons Op.37a
10. Tchaikovsky: Romance. Andante cantabile from Six Pieces Op.51 No.5

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After Rachmaninoff, Scriabin and Prokofiev, Vadym Kholodenko continues his exploration of the Russian repertory with a pair of rarely recorded works: Tchaikovsky's two solo piano sonatas. Imaginative, colorful and dreamy, capable of an infinite range of emotions, he reveals both the masterly architecture and the subtleties of the writing that are often sacrificed to mere demonstration of virtuosity.

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