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Stravinsky & Satie: Paris joyeux & triste - Piano Duets

Alexei Lubimov - Slava Poprugin

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For this Alpha-Classics album of modernist music arranged for two pianos, Alexei Lubimov and Slava Poprugin play four essential works that yield some surprises in their keyboard versions. Three of the pieces are transcriptions of instrumental music, specifically Igor Stravinsky's arrangement of his Concerto in E flat major, "Dumbarton Oaks," John Cage's reduction of Erik Satie's Socrate, and Darius Milhaud's four-hand transcription of Satie's Cinéma (composed as a soundtrack for the short Dadaist film Entr'acte, used in the ballet Relâche), with Stravinsky's Concerto for two pianos solo performed as it was originally written. Lubimov and Poprugin play three pianos, a 1906 Gaveau, a 1909 Bechstein, and a 1920 Pleyel, so the vintage sonorities of the early modern era are used effectively to create the appropriate ambience and authentic period feeling. The pianists' lively playing and crisp attacks accentuate the unique character of these instruments, and overall the performances offer distinctive timbres a world away from the familiar sound of modern pianos. This is a fascinating exploration of modernism in a medium that was quite familiar to all of the composers of the time, though startling details will emerge, especially for listeners who can hear these pieces with fresh ears.
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Concerto in E-Flat Major "Dumbarton Oaks" (Igor Stravinsky)

1
I. Tempo giusto (Transcription for Two Pianos)
00:04:43

Alexei Lubimov, Piano - Slava Poprugin, Piano - Igor Stravinsky, Composer

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

2
II. Allegretto (Transcription for Two Pianos)
00:04:14

Alexei Lubimov, Piano - Slava Poprugin, Piano - Igor Stravinsky, Composer

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

3
III. Con moto (Transcription for Two Pianos)
00:05:30

Alexei Lubimov, Piano - Slava Poprugin, Piano - Igor Stravinsky, Composer

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

Socrate (Erik Satie)

4
I. Portrait de Socrate (Transcription for Two Pianos by John Cage)
00:05:38

Alexei Lubimov, Piano - Slava Poprugin, Piano - Erik Satie, Composer - John Cage, Transcription

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

5
II. Bords de l'Ilissus (Transcription for Two Pianos by John Cage)
00:07:03

Alexei Lubimov, Piano - Slava Poprugin, Piano - Erik Satie, Composer - John Cage, Transcription

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

6
III. Mort de Socrate (Transcription for Two Pianos by John Cage)
00:15:39

Alexei Lubimov, Piano - Slava Poprugin, Piano - Erik Satie, Composer - John Cage, Transcription

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

Concerto for Two Pianos (Igor Stravinsky)

7
I. Con moto
00:06:23

Alexei Lubimov, Piano - Slava Poprugin, Piano - Igor Stravinsky, Composer

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

8
II. Notturno (Adagietto)
00:05:10

Alexei Lubimov, Piano - Slava Poprugin, Piano - Igor Stravinsky, Composer

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

9
III. Quattro variazioni
00:04:31

Alexei Lubimov, Piano - Slava Poprugin, Piano - Igor Stravinsky, Composer

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

10
IV. Preludio e fuga
00:04:59

Alexei Lubimov, Piano - Slava Poprugin, Piano - Igor Stravinsky, Composer

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

Cinéma (Erik Satie)

11
Entr'acte symphonique From the Ballet "Relâche" (Transcription for Piano Four Hands by Darius Milhaud) [Piano Prepared by Alexei Lubimov]
00:13:33

Alexei Lubimov & Slava Poprugin, Piano four Hands - Erik Satie, Composer - Darius Milhaud, Transcription

2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France 2015 Alpha Classics & Outhere Music France

Album Description

For this Alpha-Classics album of modernist music arranged for two pianos, Alexei Lubimov and Slava Poprugin play four essential works that yield some surprises in their keyboard versions. Three of the pieces are transcriptions of instrumental music, specifically Igor Stravinsky's arrangement of his Concerto in E flat major, "Dumbarton Oaks," John Cage's reduction of Erik Satie's Socrate, and Darius Milhaud's four-hand transcription of Satie's Cinéma (composed as a soundtrack for the short Dadaist film Entr'acte, used in the ballet Relâche), with Stravinsky's Concerto for two pianos solo performed as it was originally written. Lubimov and Poprugin play three pianos, a 1906 Gaveau, a 1909 Bechstein, and a 1920 Pleyel, so the vintage sonorities of the early modern era are used effectively to create the appropriate ambience and authentic period feeling. The pianists' lively playing and crisp attacks accentuate the unique character of these instruments, and overall the performances offer distinctive timbres a world away from the familiar sound of modern pianos. This is a fascinating exploration of modernism in a medium that was quite familiar to all of the composers of the time, though startling details will emerge, especially for listeners who can hear these pieces with fresh ears.
© TiVo

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