|Title:||Azerbaijani Piano Concertos|
|Other format:||FLAC VQF DXD MP3 AU ASF AIFF|
|Concerto For Piano And Orchestra After Arabic Themes
Composed By – Fikret Amirov*, Elmira Nazirova*Piano – Farhad Badalbeyli*
|2||II. Andante Sostenuto||7:48|
|3||III. Allegro Giusto||5:41|
|Concerto No. 4 For Piano And Orchestra
Composed By – Vasif Adigezalov*Piano – Murad Adigezalzade
|4||I. Allegro Non Troppo||12:27|
|6||III. Allegro Non Troppo||10:04|
|7||Gaytagi. Dance For Piano And Orchestra
Composed By – Tofig Guliev*Piano – Farhad Badalbeyli*
|8||The Sea For Piano And Orchestra
Composed By, Piano – Farhad Badalbeyli*
Composed By – Farhad Badalbeyli*Soprano Vocals – Joan Rodgers
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). The remaining tracks of this 69-minute album are miniatures: Guliyev's 1958 fast dance; Badalbeyli's 1977 majestic poem of the sea with oscillating arpeggios; and his 2003 vocalise lament and homage to the cultural city of Shusah. These composers are esteeemed in their nation and have produced a plethora of ballets, operas, symphonies, concertos, film scores, and chamber works. Fikret Amirov (1922-1984) is the most familiar name here, though the Piano Concerto after Arabian Themes written with Elmira Nazirova (b. 1928) in 1957 (the division of labor is unclear) does not sound particularly typical.
The most ambitious piece is the first one, unusual in that it is a cooperative composition by Fikret Amirov and Elmira Nazirova, the latter an associate of Shostakovich. It adds Arab melodies to the mix, and it's notable for its serious slow movement, which seems to have some of Shostakovich's gloom.
Composed By – Fikret Amirov, Elmira Nazirova Piano – Farhad Badalbeyli. Composed By – Vasif Adigezalov Piano – Murad Adigezalzade. Composed By – Tofig Guliev Piano – Farhad Badalbeyli. 8. The Sea For Piano And Orchestra. Composed By, Piano – Farhad Badalbeyli. Composed By – Farhad Badalbeyli Soprano Vocals – Joan Rodgers.
Azerbaijani Piano Concertos Fikret AMIROV (1922-1984) and Elmira NAZIROVA (b. 1928) Piano Concerto after Arabian Themes (1957) Yasif ADIGEZALOV (1935-2006) Piano Concerto No. 4 (1994) Tofig GULIYEV (1917-2000) Gaytagi - dance for piano and orchestra (1958-60) Farhad BADALBEYLI (. 947) The Sea for piano and orchestra (1977) ; Shusha (2003) Farhad Badalbeyli (piano) Murad Adigezalzade (piano) Joan Rodgers (soprano) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Dmitry Yablonsky rec. Cadogan Hall, London, 9, 11-12July 2010. This disc makes a fine companion to Naxos's other two Azerbaijani discs: Amirov's orchestral works on . 72170 and Karayev's symphony 3 and Leyla and Mejnun on . 79720. See if you can also track down the long-deleted two Olympias of Amirov's other orchestral music.
Azerbaijani piano concertos. Amirov/Nazirova, Adigezalov Guliyev, Badalbeyli. Farhad Badalbeyli, Piano, Murad Adigezalzade, Piano Joan Rogers, Soprano. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Dmitry Yablonsky. Azerbaijani Piano Concertos: Fikret Amirov (1922-1984) and Elmira Nazirova (b. 1928) Vasif Adigezalov (1935-2006), Tofig Guliyev (1917-2000), Farhad Badalbeyli (b. 1947).
Fikret Mashadi Jamil oghlu Amirov (Azerbaijani: Fikrət Məşədi Cəmil oğlu Əmirov; November 22, 1922, Ganja - February 20, 1984, Baku) was a prominent Azerbaijani composer of the Soviet period. Fikret Amirov grew up in an atmosphere of Azerbaijani folk music. His father, Mashadi Jamil Amirov, was a famous mugam singer ("xanəndə") from Shusha, who played tar and composed, including the 1915 opera Seyfal mulk.
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