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Mykola Lysenko: Complete Music for Violin and Piano

TOCC 0177


Playing time: 64'00"
Tracks: 18
Booklet pages: 20
© 2015 Toccata Classics
Reviewer: Gerald Fenech
Review of Mykola Lysenko: Complete Music for Violin and Piano published on 14 September 2015

Listen: Mykola Lysenko: Fantasy on Two Ukrainian Themes (track 3, 3:35-4:20)

Solomia Soroka, violin
Arthur Greene, piano

Mykola Lysenko (1842-1912):

1 Second Rhapsody on Ukrainian Themes, Op 18, 'Dumka-Shumka' (1877) arranged by Vadym Stretsenko

2 Elegiac Capriccio, Op 32 (1893-4)

3 Fantasy on Two Ukrainian Themes, Op 21 (1872-3)

4 Romance, Op 27

5 'A Moment of Despair' (Personal Album Op 40 No 1, 1901)

6 Elegy in memory of Shevchenko (1912)

7 'The Sun is Setting': Ukrainian Folksong (arranged 1912)

Mykola Lysenko-Viktor Kaminsky:
Spring Kaleidoscope (arranged 2015)
8 She who was Born from the Waves
9 I Rose at Dawn
10 I Believe in Beauty
11 Should Only Roses Bloom
12 One Sad Spring
13 My Beloved
14 On a Clear Night
15 Do not Look at the Moon in Spring
16 A Mist across the Valley
17 Spring Awoke my Heart

18 Valse brillante (1875, arranged 2014)

Recorded 17-21 April 2014 at Blue Griffin Studio, Lansing, Michigan, USA

First recordings


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