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Vainberg 3 Import

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  • Audio CD (April 16 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Olympia
  • ASIN: B00005YR2A
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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1. Ste No.1: I. Prld
2. Ste No.1: II. Papa Carlo makes the puppet Buratino
3. Ste No.1: III. Buratino's Dance
4. Ste No.1: IV. Malvina's Dance
5. Ste No.1: V. Arlecchino's Dance
6. Ste No.1: VI. Pierrot's Dance
7. Ste No.1: VII. Tarantella
8. Ste No.1: VIII. Adagio
9. Ste No.1: IX. Interlude
10. Ste No.2: I. Interlude No.2
11. Ste No.2: II. The Arrival of the Theatre
12. Ste No.2: III. Gossips; Girl and Boy
13. Ste No.2: IV. Colombina and the Chimney-Sweep
14. Ste No.2: V. Adagio No.2
15. Ste No.2: VI. Scherzo
16. Ste No.2: VII. Scuffle
17. Ste No.3: I. The Stage
18. Ste No.3: II. Papa Carlo
19. Ste No.3: III. Fire-Fly's March
20. Ste No.3: IV. The Tortoise
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Mieczyslaw (Moishei) Weinberg (Vainberg) est né en 1919 à Varsovie. Polonais d'origine, il étudia le piano au conservatoire de cette ville avec Josef Turczynski. L'occupation allemande le força à fuir la Pologne en 1939, et il se réfugia en URSS. Il vécut tout d'abord quelque temps à Minsk, où il étudia la composition avec Vassili Zolotarov (1872-1964), un élève de Balakirev et de Rimski-Korsakov. En 1941, il s'installa à Tachkent, et envoya le manuscrit de sa première symphonie à Chostakovitch, qui réagit avec enthousiasme et l'invita à Moscou, où Weinberg résidera de 1943 jusqu'à sa mort, survenue en 1996.
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