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Tovmas Gevorkyan — E. Oganesyan / A. Glazunov - Concerto In The Form Of Variations For Saxophone And Jazz-Orchestra / Concerto For Saxophone And Orchestra FLAC Album

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Tovmas Gevorkyan — E. Oganesyan / A. Glazunov - Concerto In The Form Of Variations For Saxophone And Jazz-Orchestra / Concerto For Saxophone And Orchestra FLAC Album
Modern, Romantic
  • Performer:
    Tovmas Gevorkyan — E. Oganesyan / A. Glazunov
  • Title:
    Concerto In The Form Of Variations For Saxophone And Jazz-Orchestra / Concerto For Saxophone And Orchestra
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Modern, Romantic
  • Country:
    USSR
  • Size FLAC version
    2422 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1307 mb
  • Size WMA version
    2384 mb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    191
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP, 10", Reissue, Mono

Tracklist

1Concerto In The Form Of Variations For Saxophone And Jazz-Orchestra
Composed By – E. Oganesyan
2Concerto For Saxophone And Orchestra In E-flat Major, Op. 109
Composed By – A. Glazunov

Credits

  • ConductorY. Silantiev
  • OrchestraMoscow Radio Variety Symphony Orchestra
  • SaxophoneTovmas Gevorkyan

Notes

First issued in 1968, this export edition reissue was released somewhere between 1968 and 1971.
Made in USSR
Заказ № 006146

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 33Д—21351(a)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 33Д—21352(a)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A stamped runout): 33Д21351/2-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A stamped runout): 33Д21352/2-1
  • Other (Repertoire group): Вторая гр.
  • Other (On label): ТУ Ф-16

Companies

  • Pressed By – Апрелевский Завод Грампластинок
  • Printed By – Внешторгиздат

Album

TOVMAS GEVORKYAN - Saxophone Concertos 1972 Melodiya, CM-03339-40 http. 30: GEVORKYAN Concerto In The Form Of Variations For Saxophone & Jazz-Orchestra Rare 1968 Russian-only 10 mono LP, also featuring a performance of Concerto For Saxophone & Concerto in E flat major for alto saxophone and string orchestra, Op. 109, was written by Alexander Glazunov in 1934. The piece lasts about fourteen minutes and is played without pause. It is deeply rooted in Romanticism, and has entered the standard saxophone repertoire. Although invented in the early 1840s, the saxophone was still fairly new and unfamiliar in Glazunov's day it remained untouched for a long time as it was considered middle class. However, Glazunov was enthralled by the sound. Tovmas Gevorkyan - E. Oganesyan , A. Glazunov - Concerto In The Form Of Variations For Saxophone And Jazz-Orchestra, Concerto For Saxophone And Orchestra 10, Mono, RE. 33Д 21351-52a. Edgar Hovhannisyan - Concert Variations for Saxophone and Jazz Orchestra. О видео. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra Arr. for Saxophone and Orchestra: III. Crotchet 150 - Amy Dickson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Unusual as a concerto as it's just theme & variations. About Concerto Op. High quality Digital sheet music for alto saxophone and piano, from the original for saxophone and orchestra. Publisher: Virtual Sheet Music. This item includes: PDF digital sheet music to download and print, MIDI and Mp3 audio files including Mp3 music accompaniment tracks to play along Once you buy or access this item as a Member, you'll be able to download everything included as a . For Saxophone and Piano Petiot. Complete Score and Part. PDF file, Scanned by Unknown. Reprinted by Kalmus, Lucks and others. Purchase . Album 1980 7 Songs. Concerto for Alto and String Orchestra in E-Flat Major, Op. Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra No. Andante maestoso. Allegro ma non troppo. By Alexej FriedPrague Symphony Orchestra, Vladimír Válek & Felix Slováček. 2: II. Jazz and Classical Album on Мелодия Concerto for Alto Saxophone came at the end of Glazunovs life and is not only his final opus but was partially composed in the hospital. Though it was written at the insistence of saxophonist Sigurd Rasher, Glazunov seems to have a total affinity for the sound of the instrument and wrote a very freely flowing concerto that is like nothing else he ever wrote from its rather floating opening to the Finales mix of counterpoint and almost jazz-like phrases. The Concerto-Ballata for Cello and Orchestra is a bit elusive and subtle. It is very effective while listening to it but I never can rem