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Glazunov

Aleksandr Konstantinovich . 1865--1936, Russian composer, in France from 1928. A pupil of Rimsky-Korsakov, he wrote eight symphonies and concertos for piano and for violin among other works
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Mazullo, who is definitely not afraid to criticize Shostakovich as a pianist, speaks of his emotional reserve and anti-romantic/anti-sentimental performance traits, but tells us nothing of his teacher Leonid Nikolayev's influence on his pianistic style or of other encounters with pianists/pedagogues such as Alexander Siloti, Alexander Glazunov, or Elena Rozanova.
Dvorak's early symphonic work still requires rehabilitation, while in Glazunov and Gershwin we encounter one composer who has stepped across the frontier to "serious" music and another who has crossed over in the "opposite direction".
Antipov (a cousin of the composer Anatoly Lyadov), Olga Glazunov and P.
If the name Alexander Glazunov conjures up nothing more in your memory banks than the "Raymonda" and "The Seasons" ballets, you're probably not alone.
The Glazunov Concerto will feature soloist Ben Stokes on the saxophone.
Outstanding among these was the Overture to Lionel Monckton's 'The Arcadians', strings so rich, and Eric Coates' 'Dancing Nights', more redolent of Ravel and Richard Strauss than the composer's own beloved Glazunov, and conducted by Wilson wearing the composer's own watch on his wrist
On those occasions he played the ubiquitous Tchaikovsky concerto, while this outing showcases the single-movement, more lightweight, but still ultra-melodic, A Minor Violin Concerto by fellow countryman Glazunov.
TONIGHT Fitzwilliam String Quartet - Haydn, Glazunov, Donizetti, Shostakovich: Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, Leamington, 7.
From his post at San Francisco Ballet, Jamie Narushchen has assembled authoritative and inspiring selections from the great story ballets by Prokofiev, Delibes, Glazunov, and more in a format friendly to both teachers and balletomanes.
In this sense it is comparable with the music of other traditionalists-balladeers and elegiacs in other countries, composers like Camille Saint-Saens, Emanuel Chabrier, Ernst Chausson, Gabriel Faure, Eduard Elgar, Carl August Nielsen, Alexander Glazunov and many others, who thanks to the expansion of the repertoire of the major recording companies and the hunger in musical life for unknown romantic pieces are today still in play.
To enhance his work, he brought in Russian composers such as Alois Louis Minkus, Aleksandr Glazunov and Tchaikovsky.
It contains over 75 minutes of bits and pieces by Russian composer Alexander Glazunov (1865-1936), performed by the Moscow Symphony Orchestra and taken from a half-dozen different Naxos recordings spanning 1994 to the present.