Transcriptions for Piano Trio by ALEXANDER KREIN (1883-1951):

Balakirev: Lorsque les blés dorés. Mélodie from 10 Romances, Op. 4, Borodin: Mon chant est amer et sauvage from 4 Romances Op. 3, Rimsky-Korsakov: Romance orientale from 4 Romances, Op. 2, Chez la reine de Chémakhâ from Act II of Le Coq d’Or, Mussorgsky: Une larme, Tchaikovsky: Valse and Elégie from Serenade for Strings in C, Op. 48, Chant de l’alouette fromThe Seasons, Op. 37a, Les larmes from 6 Duets, Op. 46, Pourquoi tant de plaintes from 6 Romances, Op. 6, Arensky: Sérénade from 4 Morceaux for Violin and Piano, Op. 30, Rachmaninoff: Moment musical, Op. 16/3, Gliere: Nocturne from 12 Pièces enfantines, Op. 31, Vladimir Rebikov (1866-1920): Valse from Christmas Tree, Op. 21, Nikolai Tcherepnin (1873-1945): Mélodie from 5 Romances, Op. 22, Joel Engel (1868-1927): Oh non, pour ma beauté from 2 Romances, Op. 2, Leonid Nikolaev (1878-1942): Calme est la nuit from 2 Romances, Op. 4, Henryk Pachulski (1859-1921): Prelude, Op. 21/3, Georgi Catoire (1861-1926): Chant intime from 3 Morceaux, Op. 2, Medtner: Conte, Op. 9/2, Leonid Sabaneev (1881-1968): Prelude from 2 Morceaux, Op. 5, Stravinsky: Corovod and Berceuse from The Firebird, Scriabin: Étude from 3 Morceaux, Op. 2, Nocturne, Op. 5/2.

Catalogue Number: 01W065

Label: Genuin

Reference: GEN 21727

Format: CD

Price: $18.98

Description: Commissioned by the Russian publisher Jurgenson tp create a representative cross-section of the Golden Age of Russian music, Krein made these transcriptions of mostly songs, with a few piano pieces and a chamber work or two thrown in, in 1912. A few lesser-known and unknown names will pop up! Piano Trio Then-Bergh - Yang - Schäfer.


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