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Daniel Muller-Schott, Arabella Steinbacher - Aram Khatchaturian: Violin Concerto & Cello Concerto (2004)

Daniel Muller-Schott, Arabella Steinbacher - Aram Khatchaturian: Violin Concerto & Cello Concerto (2004)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 01:10:24 | 361 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Orfeo | Catalog: C 623 041 A

If you're going to record the fiendishly difficult and vibrant violin and cello concertos of Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian, magnificently clean, virtuosic, and sensitive performances are absolutely essential for soloists and orchestra alike. Fortunately, that is precisely what is achieved on this recording featuring violinist Arabella Steinbacher, cellist Daniel Muller-Schott, and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

Die aramäischen Texte vom Toten Meer Band 2  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at Sept. 26, 2017
Die aramäischen Texte vom Toten Meer Band 2

Klaus Beyer, "Die aramäischen Texte vom Toten Meer Band 2"
2004 | pages: 530 | ISBN: 3525536259 | PDF | 8,0 mb

P. Aram - Fariba's Vol.2. Sei tu la mia metà del cielo  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Karabas91 at June 26, 2017
P. Aram - Fariba's Vol.2. Sei tu la mia metà del cielo

P. Aram - Fariba's Vol.2. Sei tu la mia metà del cielo
Italian | 2017 | 337 pages | ASIN: B0725QRXPH | EPUB | 0,4 MB

P. Aram - Fariba's Vol.1. Sei tu la mia alba  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Karabas91 at June 26, 2017
P. Aram - Fariba's Vol.1. Sei tu la mia alba

P. Aram - Fariba's Vol.1. Sei tu la mia alba
Italian | 2016 | 313 pages | ASIN: B01MRPT78V | EPUB | 0,4 MB
Sharon Bezaly - Aram Khachaturian & Einojuhani Rautavaara: Flute Concertos (2016)

Aram Khachaturian & Einojuhani Rautavaara: Flute Concertos (2016)
Sharon Bezaly, flutes; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; Enrique Diemecke, conductor
Lahti Symphony Orchestra; Dima Slobodeniouk, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 286 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 185 Mb | Artwork included
Genre: Classical | Label: BIS | # BIS-SACD-1849 | Time: 01:19:10

Flutist Sharon Bezaly has dazzled listeners and critics all over the globe, even being called “God’s gift to the flute.” With almost 40 releases to her name, her wide-ranging discography includes both standard repertoire and selections written specifically for her. This release is owed to two fellow world-class flutists, Jean-Pierre Rampal and Gunilla von Bahr. Rampal was the flutist who arranged Aram Khachaturian’s virtuosic violin concerto for the flute, at the suggestion of the composer. “Dances with the Winds,” Einojuhani Rautavaara’s 1974 composition, is dedicated to Gunilla von Bahr. Rautavaara’s “Dances with the Winds,” is an interesting addition, as the first and last movements are scored for bass flute, while the second movement is written for piccolo, and the third for alto flute. In a later revision, the composer replaced the bass flute with the alto. Bezaly includes both versions on this recording.
Aram Khachaturian - Spartacus, Suites No. 4; Masquerade Suite, Circus, Dance Suite (1995)

Aram Khachaturian / Хачатурян - Spartacus / Спартак - Suites No. 4; Masquerade Suite / Маскарад, Circus / Цирк, Tantseval'naya syuita (Dance Suite) / Танцевальные сюиты (Лезгинка и др.) (Andre Anichanov/Аниханов, St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra) (1995)
EAC Rip | FLAC, TRACKS+CUE, LOG, Covers | 01:11:43 | 318.7 MB
Classical | Naxos / 8.550802

The St Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1967 by Nikolai Rabinovich, Karl Eliasberg and Edward Grikurov and until 1985 was known as the Orchestra of Ancient and Modern Music. Renowned soloists and conductors, including Yuri Temirkanov, Mariss Jansons, Svyatoslav Richter, and many others, have performed with the orchestra. In 1985 the orchestra was enlarged, developing as the Leningrad State Orchestra under Ravil Martynov and undertaking concert tours of China, Japan, Germany, Austria, Mexico, Spain, Finland, Norway, Sweden, France and Belgium. From 2004 until 2007 the orchestra was headed by Martynov’s pupil Vasily Petrenko. The orchestra’s artistic director and chief conductor from 2007 to 2013 was Alexander Titov, who has recorded significant Russian compositions from the period of the Second World War.
Aram Khachaturian  - Spartacus, Suites Nos. 1- 3 (Andre Anichanov) (1995)

Aram Khachaturian / Хачатурян - Spartacus / Спартак - Suites Nos. 1- 3 (Andre Anichanov/Аниханов, St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra) (1995)
EAC Rip | FLAC, TRACKS+CUE, LOG, Covers | 01:09:22 | 318.7 MB
Classical | Naxos / 8.550801

The St Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1967 by Nikolai Rabinovich, Karl Eliasberg and Edward Grikurov and until 1985 was known as the Orchestra of Ancient and Modern Music. Renowned soloists and conductors, including Yuri Temirkanov, Mariss Jansons, Svyatoslav Richter, and many others, have performed with the orchestra. In 1985 the orchestra was enlarged, developing as the Leningrad State Orchestra under Ravil Martynov and undertaking concert tours of China, Japan, Germany, Austria, Mexico, Spain, Finland, Norway, Sweden, France and Belgium. From 2004 until 2007 the orchestra was headed by Martynov’s pupil Vasily Petrenko. The orchestra’s artistic director and chief conductor from 2007 to 2013 was Alexander Titov, who has recorded significant Russian compositions from the period of the Second World War.
Aram Khachaturian: Spartacus; Gayaneh; Masquerade; Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov: Caucasian  Sketches (Tjeknavorian)

Aram Khachaturian: Spartacus; Gayaneh; Masquerade; Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov: Caucasian Sketches / Хачатурян - Сюиты из Спартака, Гаянэ; Маскарад; / М. Ипполитов-Иванов - Кавказские эскизы (Loris Tjeknavorian, Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra) (2008)
EAC Rip | FLAC, TRACKS+CUE, LOG, Covers | 01:15:57 | 353.5 MB
Classical | ASV / 773

This really could have been a collectors item! Music from the Caucasus, performed by an Armenian Orchestra, led by a renowned ethnic-Armenian conductor from Iran. Who better to present these folk-inspired works from this ancient crossroads? Loris Tjeknavorian may not be a household name, but he has built a very successful worldwide career over several decades in both the USSR/Russia and the West…. ByMatteoD
Aram Khachaturian - Piano Concerto in D flat; Sonatina; Toccata (Alberto Portugheis, London Symphony Orchestra,  Tjeknavorian)

Aram Khachaturian - Piano Concerto in D flat; Sonatina; Toccata (Alberto Portugheis, London Symphony Orchestra, Loris Tjeknavorian) (2004)
EAC Rip | FLAC, TRACKS+CUE, LOG, Scans (jpg) | 00:49:42 | 179.7 MB
Classical | Asv Gold / 3037

Despite no doubt dedicated performances, this recording of Khachaturian's Piano Concerto, Sonatina, and Toccata are distinctly disappointing. Part of the responsibility for this is pianist Alberto Portugheis, who plays with plenty of panache but not enough power and nowhere near enough precision. Part of the responsibility is conductor Loris Tjeknavorian, who leads the London Symphony Orchestra in a tepid accompaniment to the Piano Concerto with especially grave ensemble and intonation problems in the slow movement. Part of the responsibility is AVS, which gives Portugheis, Tjeknavorian, and the LSO distant and dismal recorded sound. But most of the responsibility is the incontrovertible fact that William Kapell recorded the Khachaturian Piano Concerto at the height of his powers and, after that awesome achievement, any merely dedicated performance cannot help but sound distinctly disappointing.
Tigran Chukhajian - Arshak II (Aram Katinyan; Chorus & Orchestra, Yerevan's State Academic) (1998)

Tigran Chukhajian - Arshak II (Aram Katinyan; Yergat, Gasparyan, Galachyan, Levonian, Davityan, Hovhanessyan, Babouryan, Haroutionyan; Chorus & Orchestra, Yerevan's State Academic) (1998)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG, Scans | CD1`77:11, CD2` 52:58 | 498.9 MB
Classical | Parseghian Records / PR 11-157

Arshak II is the first Armenian classical opera, written by Dikran Tchouhadjian and T. Terzian in 1868. Its libretto, a lyrical tragedy in Armenian and Italian, is based on historical reports about King Arsaces II (Arshak II), written by Movses Khorenatsi and Pavstos Buzand.
"Arshak II" is the first “Armenian grand opera” with choruses and ballets. It was partially staged in 1873, assembled on November 29, 1945 at the Armenian Opera Theater in Yerevan and was awarded by the USSR State Prize in 1946. Arshak II is a "gem" of Armenian musical culture. In 2001, it was staged at the San Francisco Opera. Pavel Lisitsian, Mihran Yerkat, Tigran Levonyan were among the performers of Arshak's role.