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From: Георгий - Юрию / e-mail / icq / 18-04-2006 10:56:06
(Господа! Нужны звукозаписи произведений Мясковского. А именно: 1. "Походная" (сл. А. Сурков) "По полям идут колонной красные войска..") Может быть, это? http://www.sovmusic.ru/sam_download.php?fname=s2028 http://download.sovmusic.ru/sam/s2028.mp3

From: Jeffrey Davis / e-mail / 17-04-2006 20:27:41
Can anyone please tell me, in the very last photo in the photo section (Myaskovsky's grave) who are the other people buried in the same spot? Is it the sisters of Myaskovsky I wonder as the dates would make sense although they seem to have much longer lives than their brother if that is the case.
Administrator Jeffrey, you are right. Two Myaskovsky's younger sisters - Valentina and Eugenia are buried there.

From: Игорь Прохоров / e-mail / url / 17-04-2006 13:43:59
25 апреля 2006 г. (начало в 19.00) в Концертном зале "На Пречистенке" ( г. Москва, ул. Пречистенка, 32) будет исполнена Симфониетта №2 (a-moll ор.68 № 2) Николая Яковлевича. Исполнители: КАМЕРНЫЙ ОРКЕСТР «КАНТИЛЕНА» (художественный руководитель – Андрей ИСТОМИН). Дирижёр Пётр КИСЕЛЁВ. В программе концерта - Симфониетта (1953 г.) ученика Николая Яковлевича - Бориса Чайковского. Кроме того, прозвучит "Элегия" (памяти И.В.Самарина; 1884 г.) П.И.ЧАЙКОВСКОГО и "Тема с вариациями" (1895 г.) А.К.ГЛАЗУНОВА. Концерт называется "Русская классика для струнных". Добро пожаловать!

From: Юрий / e-mail / 16-04-2006 22:58:50
Господа! Нужны звукозаписи произведений Мясковского.
А именно:
1. "Походная" (сл. А. Сурков) "По полям идут колонной красные войска.."
2. "Наливались тополи" (сл. С. Островой) "Наливались тополи шумною ..." Буду очень благодарен за любую информацию.

From: Ирина / e-mail / 14-04-2006 14:35:10
Добрый день! Буду благодарна за подсказку где в Москве можно купить оркестровую партитуру симфонии №3 ля минор Мясковского. Да и возможно ли это, но очень нужно.

From: Михаил Сегельман / 11-04-2006 15:49:27
Дамы и Господа! Прошу прощения за это объявление, - но если кому-то интересно послушать передачу о Мясковском на "Маяке" - она состоится 20 апреля, в 22-00. речь идет об FM-овском "Маяке"- 103.4 FM
Повтор передачи, как мне сказали,- в 18-00 22 апреля и еще один - 24 апреля, днем, точный час пока что мне не известен. Повторы пойдут на федеральном "Маяке". Его частоты:
- УКВ 67.22 Мгц
- СВ 549 кГц
- ДВ 198 кгц
- Вторая кнопка радиотрансляционной сети
Передача называется "Спорная музыка"((...
Участники - Михаил Сегельман (ваш покорный слуга), Артем Варгафтик, Ольга Русанова (редактор, зам. директора "Маяка").
На сайте "Маяка", как мне сказали, передача также будет (чуть позднее).
Извините за невольную саморекламу.
Михаил Сегельман

From: Blumenfeld / 04-04-2006 16:43:39
Concerning the 12th symphony. I have been reading Alexei A. Ikonnikov's little book on the life and work of Nikolay Myaskovsky (copyright, 1946; reprinted, 1969) and found the following information pertaining to the 12th symphony:
-- dedicated to the fifteenth anniversary of the October Revolution;
-- generated a "considerable stir" in Moscow;
-- attempted to project a realistic picture of rural life before, during, and after the collectivization of farms;
--Ikonnikov's observations: "But the task he had set himself proved too imposing. The musical themes of the symphony fell short of its subject." And:
"The music does not take sufficient hold on the imagination, and the symphony contains features of abstract rationalistic thought, which detract from the vividness and directness of the music."
-- Ikonnikov also believes that the "pessimistic" and "strange" aspects of Myaskovsky's music in his next symphony, the 13th, probably stemmed "to some extent" from his own dissatisfaction with the 12th symphony.
This is an interesting work which often confirms our previous comments about some of the more notable features of Myaskovsky's music such as how he often alternated his approach from a work of intense psychological introversion and drama to one of "untroubled lyricism." Ikonnikov further identifies the 5th symphony as the first work to show undeniable evidence of the composer's mastery of the symphonic form, given this work far more attention than the four previous symphonies.

From: Алексей Власов / e-mail / url / 02-04-2006 22:47:36
К сожалению, пропустил недавний концерт вокальной музыки Н.Мясковского. Удивлён, что были задействованы только женские голоса. Не предвидится ли трансляция записи, скажем, по радио "Орфей"? В дискографии нигде не вижу вокала Мясковского. Есть ли записи цикла на стихи Блока?

Администратор. Концерт был проведен в рамках юбилейных мероприятий, организованных Московской Консерваторией. Он не записывался. Современные записи или переиздания вокальных произведений М. нам не известны. Обратите внимание в разделе "Сочинения" в соответствующих опусах. Там приведена информация о некоторых записях на пластитках.

From: Joop (NL) / 01-04-2006 02:09:40
We had / have quite a few outstanding Russian conductors working in the Netherlands who hardly got a chance to perform works by Myaskovsky. Kondrashin, the man who recorded the symphonies #6 and #15 so well, was associate conductor of the Concertgebouw Orchestra in the last years before his sudden death, but never conducted a Myaskovsky symphony. Svetlanov and Rozhdestvensky both had an association with the Residentieorkest (The Hague Philharmonic) but the only thing I once heard was a fine performance of symphony #25 by Svetlanov, who was the orchestra's chief conductor at the time. Gergiev, the man who once employed his Kirov forces in an impressive renditon of symphony #6 in St.Petersburg, still is principal conductor of the Rotterdam Philharmonic and performs lots of Prokofiev and Shostakovich music, but never chose Myaskovsky. I'm wondering whether this is the conductor's choice or the artistic manager's...

From: Jeffrey Davis / e-mail / 31-03-2006 21:26:58
Kondrashin's 1978 performance of Symphony 6 is terrific. 7 minutes faster than the 1959 version on Russian Disc (in the UK). The big plus is the more recent recording which allows much more detail to be heard. If anything I found the third movement even more gripping than the earlier performance. My one and only disappointment was that the crucial flute solo at the heart of the trio of the scherzo second movement was played too fast (in my view). It is one of the loveliest moments in all Miaskovsky, a moment of profound melancholy and sweet regret. Maybe I am too used to the earlier Kondrashin where it is perfectly timed. My daughter is pestering me for a lift so I have to go but do look out for this great live performance (Dec 1978 just before Kondrashin left, never to return, for the Netherlands. There is a bit of coughing as the concert is live but it is not too distracting. This does not displace Kondrashin's earlier recording but it is an essential supplement and, unlike the Svetlanov, it does include the choir at the end. A great performance.


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