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Time, Forward!


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« on: November 09, 2011, 09:14:24 am »

This is wonderful piece. Thank you so much autoharp. It is not much played here. it is has wonderful thrust forward momentum.
I investigated Boris Tchaikovsky and found the same roots so to say (or the same college). I found another composer I forgot - Shebalin. He was well known and now is not played much. There is more melodious and lyrical tendency in his music.

I mostly know Shebalin as composer of ballet. I forgot the name of it and looked on the net and then listened to his first symphony. http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=MBNuIEFWEtE
This is not motoric music, still firmly rooted in 20th century tradition. This is much closer to Tchaikovsky's tradition I think.
I used to like motoric movement but my tastes changed since.

Kabalevsky was played very often and he has a lot of motoric movement. .

Kabalevsky also has Preludes and Fugues. This particular was played a lot .

Kabalevsky's preludes were not as difficult and were played a lot. Needless to say that most of them were major keys.  I don't think they are bad pieces, but have no idea if his name will be remembered. I think he will be remembered in Russia perhaps. I looked on the net and his music is still played a lot.




Thank you so much for good example of Shostakovich octet. I don't know if there are other movements on the net .








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