Alexei Shirov

Alexei Shirov - Fuego en el Tablero  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by fkipa at April 16, 2011
Alexei Shirov - Fuego en el Tablero

Alexei Shirov - Fuego en el Tablero
Tutor S.A. | ISBN: 8479022051 | 1999 | PDF | 296 pages | 31 Mb

Una selección de partidas cuidadosamente elegidas. Todas comentadas en detalle con precisos análisis, secciones dedicadas a espectaculares momentos tácticos y finales. Especial atención se consagra a la superaguda Variante Botvinnik, que Shirov ha empleado con éxito contra los mejores jugadores del mundo.

Fuego en el tablero II by Alexei Shirov [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Sept. 20, 2016
Fuego en el tablero II by Alexei Shirov [Repost]

Fuego en el tablero II by Alexei Shirov
Spanish | Oct. 2004 | ISBN: 8460926273 | 237 pages | PDF | 20 MB

Una selección de partidas cuidadosamente elegidas. Todas comentadas en detalle con precisos análisis, secciones dedicadas a espectaculares momentos tácticos y finales.

Alexei Shirov, Fuego en el Tablero  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Direktor69 at June 5, 2013
Alexei Shirov, Fuego en el Tablero

Alexei Shirov, Fuego en el Tablero
ISBN: 8460926273 | edition 2004 | PDF | 237 pages | 20 mb

Una selección de partidas cuidadosamente elegidas. Todas comentadas en detalle con precisos análisis, secciones dedicadas a espectaculares momentos tácticos y finales. Especial atención se consagra a la superaguda Variante Botvinnik, que Shirov ha empleado con éxito contra los mejores jugadores del mundo.

Fire On Board: Shirov's Best Games [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at Nov. 19, 2014
Fire On Board: Shirov's Best Games [Repost]

Fire On Board: Shirov's Best Games by Alexei Shirov
Everyman Chess; First Edition | May 1, 1997 | English | ISBN: 1857441508 | 240 pages | PDF | 34 MB

In this collection of his best games, Grandmaster Alexei Shirov shows why he is widely regarded as one of the most aggressive and inventive players of the modern era.

Fire on Board, Part 2: 1997-2004 (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at March 19, 2016
Fire on Board, Part 2: 1997-2004 (repost)

Alexei Shirov, "Fire on Board, Part 2: 1997-2004"
2005 | ISBN-10: 1857443829 | 192 pages | PDF | 14 MB

Shirov Alexei, Fire On Board: Shirov's Best Games (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Direktor69 at May 30, 2013
Shirov Alexei, Fire On Board: Shirov's Best Games  (Repost)

Shirov Alexei, Fire On Board: Shirov's Best Games
ISBN: 1857441508 | edition 1997 | PDF | 241 pages | 33 mb

Shirov is one of the strongest grandmasters in the world today, and this is his magnum opus. It's right up there with the collections of Tal, Fischer, Keres, and Larsen. Don't even think about passing it up!
Alexei Lubimov - French Harpsichord Music of the XVII Century: Louis Couperin & Jean-Henri d'Anglebert (1996)

Alexei Lubimov - French Harpsichord Music of the XVII Century (1996)
Harpsichord Suites by Louis Couperin & Jean-Henri d'Anglebert

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 427 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 173 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Russian Compact Disc | # RCD19102 | Time: 01:04:38

Alexei Lubimov is a Russian pianist who also plays fortepiano and harpsichord. In his early years he studied at the Moscow Central Music School, and in 1963, entered the Moscow Conservatory, where he studied with Heinrich Neuhaus and Lew Naumov. He developed a strong interest in Baroque music and 20th century modernist works. Lubimov gave the Soviet premieres of many western compositions, including pieces by Charles Ives, Arnold Schoenberg, John Cage, Terry Riley, Pierre Boulez, and Karlheinz Stockhausen, which brought censorship from the Soviet authorities. For a number of years he was prevented from traveling outside the Soviet Union. Turning to his interest in period instruments and authentic performance practices, he founded the Moscow Baroque Quartet and co-founded the Moscow Chamber Academy with Tatiana Grindenko.
Zohre Esmaeli by Alexei Bazdarev for Jute Magazine Summer 2017

Zohre Esmaeli - Alexei Bazdarev Photoshoot 2017
27 jpg | up to 1200*1800 | 8.57 MB
Berlin based model
The Hilliard Ensemble, Alexei Lubimov, Stuttgart RSO, Andrey Boreyko - Arvo Part: Lamentate; Da pacem Domine (2005)

Arvo Pärt - Lamentate; Da pacem Domine (2005)
Alexei Lubimov, piano; The Hilliard Ensemble
SWR Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Andrey Boreyko

EAC | APE | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 145 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 118 Mb | Artwork included
Classical, Contemporary | Label: ECM | # ECM New Series 1930, 476 3048 | 00:42:44

The brief opening piece for chorus on this new release, "Da Pacem Domine," is based on a 9th century Gregorian work and has the usual, familiar–and very beautiful–Pärt-ian characteristics: a soft, endless stream of easy tritones and harmonies that make this plea for peace immensely moving. The major work, Lamentate, is scored for large orchestra and solo piano–a very unusual combination for Pärt. Even his fans will be surprised. In ten brief sections, it begins with a quiet drum roll, immediately followed by horn calls. There are forte explosions for full orchestra and piano, with heavy percussion. At times the only thing we hear is a hushed piano part with strings supporting very quietly. The effect is dark yet alluring. It ends peacefully. This is another stunning CD of Pärt's music for his fans–old and new.
Alexei Lubimov, Alexander Trostiansky, Kirill Rybakov - Misterioso: Valentin Silvestrov, Arvo Part, Galina Ustvolskaya (2006)

Misterioso: Valentin Silvestrov, Arvo Pärt, Galina Ustvolskaya (2006)
Alexei Lubimov, piano; Alexander Trostiansky, violin; Kirill Rybakov, clarinet

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 245 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 199 Mb | Scans ~ 41 Mb | 01:19:54
Contemporary Classical, Chamber | Label: ECM | # ECM New Series 1959, 476 3108

The title of ECM's release of works by three composers born in the former Soviet Union perfectly captures the mood of the CD – it is truly mysterious. Although more than half a century separates the first of these pieces from the most recent, they share a sense of otherness that defies easy explanation. The pieces are not so much mysterious in the sense of being eerie (although there are several moments that might raise the hairs on the back of your neck if you were listening alone in the dark); they are unsettling because they raise more questions than they answer.