Alexander Nikolayevich Tcherepnin (Russian: Алекса́ндр Никола́евич Черепни́н; 21 January 1899 – 29 September 1977) was a Russian-born composer and pianist. His father, Nikolai Tcherepnin (pupil of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov), was also a composer, as were his sons, Serge Tcherepnin and Ivan Tcherepnin, and two of his grandsons (sons of Ivan), Sergei and Stefan. His son Serge was involved in the roots of electronic music and instruments
Bohuslav Jan Martinů (Czech: (listen); December 8, 1890 – August 28, 1959) was a Czech composer of modern classical music. Martinů wrote 6 symphonies, 15 operas, 14 ballet scores and a large body of orchestral, chamber, vocal and instrumental works. He became a violinist in the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, and taught music in his home town. After leaving Czechoslovakia in 1923 for Paris, Martinů deliberately withdrew from the Romantic style in which he had been trained
Album · 1988 · 17 Songs. L'espiègle Du Village de Lilliput. 4. Le Tour de L'exposition.
Wind Quintet of the Danish National Symphony Orchestra Ensemble. CD: 1 Tracks: 17 Length: 58:52. French Wind Music: Ibert, Milhaud, Poulenc, etc. Reykjavik Wind Quintet. Naxos featured album.
Liner Note Translation. Holland Wind Players. Ensemble, Primary Artist.
Arriving in Paris in late 1919, at the age of 22, Tansman worked for a while as a packer at La Villette. Little more than six months later he was able to bring his sister to Paris, and in less than a year after arriving he arranged for his mother to come as well. There Tansman came to know Milhaud, Honegger, Roussel, Florent Schmitt, Ibert, and other French composers. The lightness and spirituality of the French musical tradition was often to show through in his own compositions. Alexander Tansman at the home of Vladimir Golschmann and his wife in St. Louis (. in 1931, watching while Prokofiev tries out Tansman's Second Concerto on the piano. Photo: Ruth Cunliff Russel, St. Louis, . Ravel also gave Tansman a letter of introduction to the conductor Vladimir Golschmann (1893-1972).
Ballet based on the legend of Stenka Razine by A. Tcherepnin; choreography by A. Eltzov 3 scenes. LA FOIRE DE SOROTCHINSKI (Sorochinski Fair) (1940) (ca. 100') Music originally by Modest Moussorgsky; finished and orchestrated by Nicolai Tcherepnin; Ballet version by Alexander Tcherepnin; Manuscript. Incorporated into Symphony No. 3, mvt. 3 Manuscript. LE DEJEUNER SUR L’HERBE (Picnic on the Grass) (1945–46) (30') Ballet based on the music of Joseph Lanner, orchestrated and freely adapted by A Tcherepnin; choreography by Roland Petit; Manuscript. TWO PIECES FOR CHILDREN (1976) (1') (in album PIANO COMPOSITIONS, .
Also find other newly added intriguing works by Milhaud, Piston, Prokofiev, Bliss, Spohr, Del Tredici, Blacher, Vaughan Williams, Finzi, Berio, Jongen, Pfitzner, Pierné, Hadley, Schreker, Richard Strauss, Peter Maxwell Davies, Knudåge Riisager, Kenneth Gaburo, Manuel Blancafort, Victoria Borisova-Ollas, Libby Larsen, Paul Chihara, Henk Badings, Tommaso Traetta, Willy Burkhard, Finn Høffding, Knut Nystedt, Leo Kraft, Malcolm Arnold, Ivan Tcherepnin, Douglas Moore, Arthur Benjamin . for Piano left hand, works by Nikolay Tcherepnin (including the languid and enchanting La princesse lointaine ), works by Glazunov (La mer, Piano Concertos 1 & 2 and more) and works by Julius Klengel (including his Double Cello concerto). The April update has been made, and it includes many fascinating works and a plethora of composers new to the database.
|–Jacques Ibert||Concerto For Cello And Wind Instruments
Composed By – Jacques Ibert
|–Darius Milhaud||Fifth Symphony (For Wind Dectet)
Composed By – Darius Milhaud
|7||–Bohuslav Martinu*||Concertino For Cello With Wind Instruments, Piano And Percussion
Composed By – Bohuslav Martinu*
|–Nikolai Tcherepnin*||Sonatine For Wind Instruments, Kettledrums And Xylophone, Op. 61
Composed By – Nikolai Tcherepnin*
|9||–||Andante Mosto Sostenuto||4:51|
|10||–||Allegro Scherzando, Leggiero||5:03|