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Lukas Geniušas – Chants Populaires (24/96 FLAC)

Lukas Geniušas - Chants Populaires (24/96 FLAC)
Lukas Geniušas – Chants Populaires (24/96 FLAC)


Composer: Leonid Desyatnikov, Béla Bartók, Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky
Performer: Lukas Geniušas
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Mirare
Release: 2021
Size: 836 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

Desyatnikov: Songs of Bukovina
01. Steppe Wind A-Blowin’
02. The Bridesmaid Started Crying
03. Ian, Where d’you Come From? Beyond the Danube
04. Oh, Petrivochka, a Night so Short
05. The Wind Is Blowing, the Sun Is Warm
06. A Rocky Mountain
07. Oh, I’ll Go to the Garden
08. Oh, My Sweet Vast Canada
09. Oh, the Clock Chimed Midnight
10. A Swallow Has Flown In
11. Oh, a Cuckoo Cuckooed in the House on the Corner
12. If Only Mother Had Known
13. Green Willow, Green Willow
14. Poplars Grew from One Field to Another
15. I Sew Six Seeds of Maize
16. Red Arrowwood Has Blossomed White
17. Oh, Whose Wedding Is This?
18. Red Arrowwood, Green Leaves
19. A Pike in the Sea
20. They Say I’ve Lost My Looks
21. Oh, Dear Sheep of Mine
22. A Lady Had a Husband, She Loved Some Peter Though
23. Oh, You, Wretched Singer, What Are You Looking For?
24. A Pipe Made of Maplewood

Bartók: 15 Hungarian Peasant Songs, Sz. 71, Four Old Tunes
25. I. Rubato
26. II. Andante
27. III. Poco rubato
28. IV. Andante

Bartók: 15 Hungarian Peasant Songs, Sz. 71
29. Scherzo
30. Ballad (Theme with Variations)

Bartók: 15 Hungarian Peasant Songs, Sz. 71, Old Dance Tunes
31. I. Allegro
32. II. Allegretto
33. III. Allegretto
34. IV. L’istesso
35. V. Assai moderato
36. VI. Allegretto
37. VII. Poco più vivo
38. VIII. Allegro
39. IX. Allegro

40. Tchaikovsky: Dumka, Op. 59

A Russian rural scene narrated by a bard, characters from traditional Hungarian songs, folk tunes from Bucovina with enigmatic titles and melodies – this summarizes the musical journey proposed here by Russian-Lithuanian pianist Lukas Geniušas. These scores are inspired by Central and Eastern European folklore and embody the junction of two musical art forms that have been in constant dialogue over the centuries. Tchaikovsky’s Dumka (inspired by traditional Ukrainian or Polish ballads with a mournful tone) is encapsulating the album’s character.

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