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Alexei Lubimov is widely recognised as both a champion of new music and an insightful interpreter of classical and baroque music. In 1968 in Moscow he premiered new works by Terry Riley and John Cage, and through the 1970s specialized in early music, also an enduring passion. His first ECM recital “Der Bote” (2000) scans history from C.P.E. Bach to Valentin Silvestrov and Tigran ... Read more in Amazon's Alexei Lubimov Store

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1. Concerto for Piano, String Orchestra, and Timpani
2. 'Introitus' Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra
3. Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra: Allegro Molto
4. Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra: Vivace
5. Concertino Bianco for Piano and Chamber Orchestra: I- Con Intenerimento
6. Concertino Bianco for Piano and Chamber Orchestra: II- Con Venerazione
7. Concertino Bianco for Piano and Chamber Orchestra: III- Con Anima

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Amazon.com: 5.0 out of 5 stars  2 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars worth buying alone just for the Ustvolskaya 7 July 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
but the Pelecis and Gorecki pieces are interesting also. I have about 4 different recordings of the Gubaidulina which speaks for itself, so no comment needed. The Ustvolskaya is harrowing and beautiful, composed in the 40's and one can feel Shostakovich's influence on her music clearly here. Much, much different then her other cerebral works and more firmly lodged in "classical" notions.
The Gorecki is pretty interesting, but the surprise was the Pelecis, whom I had never heard of. A bizarre work, plinky and high-spirited, yet sounds serialist to me. Hope to see more of his music recorded...
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pelecis 17 Jan 2010
By Warstub - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The piece by Pelecis is a very simple modern-classical piece that never outstays its welcome, due to being quite short. I've had people say that it sounds like film music, but that is completely unfair since film music is never as catchy or memorable as this piece. The three movements of Concertino Bianco are each based around very simple figures that build over 4 or 5 minutes; the third movement is very lively in a Beethovian kind of way but without the complexity or brooding temperament; kind of a minimalist-neo-classicist for modern times. Wonderful.

Unfortunately i do not own the CD so cannot comment on the rest of the music, but when I can afford it, I will be buying this CD for Pelecis alone!
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