2 edition of Variations on the theme Galina Ustvolskaya found in the catalog.
Variations on the theme Galina Ustvolskaya
Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-167) and index.
|Statement||Simon Bokman ; translated by Irina Behrendt ; with editorial assistance from Amelia Glaser und Jan Rhoades.|
|Series||Studia Slavica musicologica -- Bd. 40|
|LC Classifications||ML410.U88 B65 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 172 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||172|
P upil and perhaps lover of Shostakovich, Galina Ustvolskaya's modernist tendencies kept her on the periphery of Soviet musical life from the s onwards. In . Significantly, Bokman thanks Solomon Volkov, yet Variations on the Theme Galina Ustvolskaya is a very different book from Testimony (as might well be expected, given the contrasting figures dealt with in each book). Bokman interleaves his own philosophical musings with his memories of Ustvol'skaia.
Galina Ivanovna Ustvolskaya lived in one city -- with three names -- all her life. She was born in "Petrograd" on J , and studied at the music college affiliated with the (then) Leningrad Conservatory from - Galina Ustvolskaya and the Piano carefully balanced programme with Ustvolskays's 3 rd and 5 th sonatas framed by Webern Variations and Boulez Notations, and separated by Silvestrov's Elegy to provide 'a few moments respite and balm' (ECM ). Presentation, playing and recording ambience are exemplary. Galina Ivanovna Ustvolskaya, also Ustwolskaja or Oustvolskaia was a Russian composer of classical music.
Ustvolskaya’s Sixth Piano Sonata Bruno Tucunduva Ruviaro June Galina Ivanova Ustvolskaya was born in in Petrograd and has lived there throughout her life.1 She had her formal musical training in the Leningrad Conservatory between and , where she studied with Shostakovich.2 Later she worked as aFile Size: KB. Galina Ivanovna Ustvolskaya lived in one city -- with three names -- all her life. She was born in "Petrograd" on J , and studied at the music college affiliated with the (now) Leningrad Conservatory from - Upon graduating into the Conservatory itself, Ustvolskaya began studies with Shebalin and Shostakovich. Galina Ivanovna Ustvolskaya, also Ustwolskaja or Oustvolskaia (Russian: Галина Ивановна Уствольская, born J , Petrograd, now St Petersburg, died Decem , St Petersburg) is a Russian composer of classical to she studied at the college attached to the Leningrad Conservatory and then, until , at the Rimsky Korsakov Conservatory.
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The book aims to analyze Ustvolskaya’s art and philosophy in the context of the Soviet Union in the 20th century. Galina Ustvolskaya was a Russian composer of expressive and often forceful works who studied with Shostakovich, and whose music has found an Author: Allan Kozinn.Return to category: Ustvolskaya, Ebook.
1 - Concerto for piano, string orchestra and timpani ().; 2 - Ebook Sonata No.1 ().; 3 - "The Dream of Stepan Razin" ("Son Stepana Razina") ().; 4 - Trio for clarinet, violin and piano ().; 5 - Octet for two oboes, four violins, timpani and piano ().; 6 - Piano Sonata No.2 ().; 7 - Piano Sonata No.3 ().