My music

GUAN, Xia: Symphony No. 2, “Hope” / Gazing at the Stars / Sorrowful Dawn
The music of renowned Chinese composer Xia Guan has been received with acclaim in Moscow, Vienna, Tokyo and New York.
Guan: Earth Requiem: I. Gazing at the Stars: Meditation (version for orchestra) more >>
RUTTER, J.: Psalmfest / This is the Day / Lord, Thou hast been our refuge / Psalm 150
The psalms of David have been a source of inspiration to composers for centuries, each text forming a poetic shape the equivalent of a gothic arch, and expressing a broad range of timeless emotions.
Rutter: Bible: Old Testament - Psalmfest: II. I will lift up mine eyes (Psalm 121) more >>
KAPUSTIN, N.: Cello Works
If one wanted to describe the essence of this recording of Nikolai Kapustin's works for cello, the first words to spring to mind would be groove, swing, wit and charm.
Kapustin: Cello Concerto No. 2, Op. 103 - II. Lento more >>
RACHMANINOV, S.: Etudes-tableaux, Op. 39 / Moments Musicaux
Pianist Boris Giltburg sees Rachmaninov’s Études-tableaux,Op. 39 as cinematic short stories or colourful tone paintings.
Rachmaninov: Etudes-tableaux, Op. 39 - No. 2 in A Minor: Lento assai more >>
REINECKE, C.H.C.: Ballade / Flute Concerto / Serenata
Nowadays Carl Reinecke is remembered in musical circles for his cadenzas to the concertos of Bach, Mozart and Beethoven.
Reinecke: Serenade in G Minor, Op. 242 IV. Cavatina more >>