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Maximilian Steinberg: Violin Concerto, Symphony No. 4 "Turksib" [SACD Hybrid Multi-channel]

Maximilian Steinberg: Violin Concerto, Symphony No. 4 "Turksib"

[SACD Hybrid Multi-channel]

Maximilian Steinberg (1883-1946)

Violin Concerto, Op. 37 (1946) SL
1. Allegro molto
2. Lento non troppo
3. Allegretto

Symphony No. 4 "Turksib". OP. 24 (1933)
4. Across Sands and Mountains
5. Rhapsody Songs of the Past and the Present
6. Guiding the Steel Road
7. Chaitan-araba (Devil's Chariot)

Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Martin Yates - Conductor
Sergey Levitin - Violin
World Premiere Recordings

Multi-ch Stereo
All tracks available in stereo and multi-channel

This hybrid CD can be played on any standard CD players

Maximilian Steinberg was a pupil – and son-in-law – of Rimsky-Korsakov in pre-Revolutionary Russia, exhibiting all the orchestral and lyrical characteristics one might expect of such a heritage. (Steinberg himself would later be a teacher of Shostakovich.) The Turksib Symphony – his fourth – completed in 1933, celebrates the building and completion of the Turkestan-Siberia Railway. Using Kazakh folk melodies and in four richly scored movements, it is an inspiring discovery. Contrastingly, Steinberg’s final work, the post-war Violin Concerto, has a valedictory and autumnal feeling, and soloist Sergey Levitin encompasses the virtuosic writing with complete authority while finding the music’s passionate and romantic manner.


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Price: £11.99
EUR: €15.96
USD: $13.47 approx 1,775 JPY
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