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Ivan Sokolov: Chamber Works

Karen Bentley Pollick, Ivan Sokolov

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Ivan Sokolov, born in Moscow in 1960, has made his mark both as composer and as pianist. His early compositions were avant-gardist, but he eventually rejected radicality in favour of a more traditional musical language, one with its roots in Tchaikovsky, Glazunov and Rachmaninov, flavoured, perhaps, with a hint of Shostakovich. Most of the works here were composed within the last few years and are couched in the unforced lyricism of his latter-day Romanticism. © Toccata Classics

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Violin Sonata No. 2 (Ivan Sokolov)

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I. Allegro moderato
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II. Adagio molto
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III. Andante moderato
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IV. Allegro molto
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Reminiscence (Ivan Sokolov)

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Reminiscence
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13 Postludes for Viola & Piano (Ivan Sokolov)

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No. 1, Andante molto
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No. 2, Prestissimo
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No. 3, Andante tranquillo
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No. 4, Drammatico, religioso
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No. 5, Elevato
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No. 6, Andantino
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No. 7, Misterioso
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No. 8, Allegro molto
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No. 9, Andante
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No. 10, Andantino con moto
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No. 11, Lento misterioso
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No. 12, Andante
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No. 13, Moderato
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Elegie for Solo Viola (Ivan Sokolov)

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Elegie for Solo Viola
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Ivan Sokolov, born in Moscow in 1960, has made his mark both as composer and as pianist. His early compositions were avant-gardist, but he eventually rejected radicality in favour of a more traditional musical language, one with its roots in Tchaikovsky, Glazunov and Rachmaninov, flavoured, perhaps, with a hint of Shostakovich. Most of the works here were composed within the last few years and are couched in the unforced lyricism of his latter-day Romanticism. © Toccata Classics

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