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Kara Karayev – USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra, Niyazi - Suite No. 2 From The Ballet “The Path Of Thunder” download album

  • Performer: Kara Karayev
  • Album: Suite No. 2 From The Ballet “The Path Of Thunder”
  • FLAC: 1263 mb | MP3: 1743 mb
  • Released: 1959
  • Country: USSR
  • Style: Modern
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Kara Karayev – USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra, Niyazi - Suite No. 2 From The Ballet “The Path Of Thunder” download album

Karayev: Ballet Suites. Released on: 2011-08-02. Conductor: Rauf Abdullayev Orchestra: Moscow State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra Composer: Kara Karayev.

General Dance 2. Dance of the Girls with Guitars 3. Night in Stilleveld 4. Scene and Duet 5. Lullaby 6. In the Path of Thunder. Moscow State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra Rauf Abdullayev, conductor. Gara Abulfaz oghlu Garayev (Kara Abulfazovich Karayev), February 5, 1918 in Baku – May 13, 1982 in Moscow), also spelled as Qara Qarayev or Kara Karayev, was a prominent Soviet Azerbaijani composer.

The Seven Beauties, ballet suite. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Dmitry Yablonsky. 3. The Dance of the Clowns. 4. The Seven Portraits. 5. 1. The Indian Beauty. 6. 2. The Byzantine Beauty.

Companies, etc. Pressed By – Апрелевский Завод Грампластинок. Composed By – Kara Karayev Conductor – Niyazi Liner Notes – E. Mnatsakanova Orchestra – USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra. Matrix, Runout (A stamped runout): Д05498/1–1 Matrix, Runout (B stamped runout): Д05499/1–2. Title (Format) Label Category.

Kara Karayev The Seven Beauties, Don Quixote Suite et al Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Kirill Karabits CHANDOS CHSA5203. Kara (or Gara) Karayev (1918-1982) was an Azerbaijani composer, teacher and folklore authority, described as an artistic dynamo. There’s a single movement from the ballet The Path of Thunder, the Don Quixote Suite (drawing on music for a film), as well as the symphonic poem Leyla and Mejnun, after a poem which Byron called the Romeo and Juliet of the East. The Seven Beauties was composed in 1949, Don Quixote in 1960 (no more Iberian sounding than Strauss’s masterpiece) and the other work on the CD, The Path of Thunder – about racial prejudice in South Africa – in 1957. I can hardly believe music like this was still being churned out, even in the Soviet Union.

The Dance of The Clowns Kara Karayev; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Dmitry Yablonsky. IV. The Seven Portraits: Introduction Kara Karayev; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Dmitry Yablonsky. The Seven Portraits: The Indian Beauty Kara Karayev; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Dmitry Yablonsky. The Seven Portraits: The Byzantine Beauty Kara Karayev; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Dmitry Yablonsky. 7. The Seven Portraits: The Khorezmian Beauty Kara Karayev; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Dmitry Yablonsky. With elements of Khachaturian to them, The Seven Beauties and The Path of Thunder are energetic, at times lyrical, and thoroughly enjoyable works from a composer little known in the West. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters.

Karayev: Ballet Suites (Seven Beauties/ In The Path Of Thunder). by Moscow Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra and Kara Karayev. Khachaturian: Symphony N. /Masquerade Suite. by Aram Il'yich Khachaturian and Alexander Gauk. New and Used: Audio CDfrom £. 2004 Box set. by London Philharmonic Orchestra and London Symphony Orchestra. by Grand Choir of the USSR Radio and TV and Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio.

Tropoyu groma (The Path of Thunder) Ballet Suite No. 13I. General Dance05:35. The Path of Thunder uses elements of African and Afro-American music in its exploration of the theme of forbidden love in apartheid-era South Africa. This performance featuring the Royal Philharmonic under Dmitry Yablonsky is, not surprisingly, a bit more subtle and sophisticated than the rough-and-ready Melodiya competition, and it is very well recorded. Naxos has already devoted a disc to Karayev’s music (including his Third Symphony), and we badly need a systematic treatment of this very worthy contemporary of Shostakovich. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Dmitry Yablonsky, conductor.

Karayev: Tropoyu groma (In the Path of Thunder) Ballet Suite No. 38:20. Born in Baku, Kara Karayev was one of Dmitry Shostakovich’s most distinguished pupils. Karayev absorbed his teacher’s influence, binding it to his own distinctive use of native Azerbaijani folk melodies and harmonies to produce music in an eclectic range of genres. The Seven Beauties is the first full-length Azerbaijani ballet, and the suite heard here brims with an exotic array of appealing rhythms and melodies. The Path of Thunder uses elements of African and Afro-American music in its exploration of the theme of forbidden love in apartheidera South Africa

Tracklist

Сюита № 2 Из Балета «Тропою Грома»
1. Общий Танец
2. Танец Девушек С Гитарами
3. Танец Черных
4. Вступление
5. Сцена И Дует
6. Адажио
7. Колыбельная
8. Тропою Грома (Финал)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Д 05498—05499 Kara Karayev* – USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra*, Niyazi Kara Karayev* – USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra*, Niyazi - Suite No. 2 From The Ballet “The Path Of Thunder” ‎(LP, Mono) Mezhdunarodnaya Kniga Д 05498—05499 USSR 1959
33Д 05498—99(а) Kara Karayev* – USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra*, Niyazi Kara Karayev* – USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra*, Niyazi - Suite No. 2 From The Ballet “The Path Of Thunder” ‎(LP, Mono, RE) Мелодия 33Д 05498—99(а) USSR 1977
33Д 05498—99(а) Kara Karayev* – USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra*, Niyazi Kara Karayev* – USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra*, Niyazi - Suite No. 2 From The Ballet “The Path Of Thunder” ‎(LP, Mono, RE) Мелодия 33Д 05498—99(а) USSR Unknown
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