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А ну-ка, девушки: помогите идентифицировать live запись Hovhaness, без тэгов, хотелось бы знать что за LP(?) и чей, например, вокал.
Предполагаю, что взял эти файлы я в свое время от г-на maxbert или на archive.org.
Download, 500M magnet (torrent).

UPD умерли все "девушки", а жаль.
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Date:March 11th, 2010 11:29 am (UTC)
Alan Hovhaness Concert recorded February 25, 1978 at St. John's Church in Berkeley, California. This concert was presented by 1750 Arch Street.

Alan Hovhaness, composer & pianist
Hinako Fujihara, soprano
Jean Hovhaness Nandi, harpischord

Part I
Couperin: Pieces de Clavecin, Ordre XIII
Hovhaness: Sonata for Harpsichord, Op. 306 (Premiere)
Celestial Canticle for Soprano & Piano, Op. 305 (Premiere)
Total Length 44:44

Part II:
Hovhaness: Sonata for Piano "Ananda", Op. 303 (Premiere)
Three Arias from the Opera "Pericles", Op. 283
Sonata for Soprano & Piano, " A Presentiment", Op. 304 (Premiere)
Encores: Konuko & Mysterious Harp
Total Length: 48:13

Part III:
Opening of Mysterious Mountain
Hovhaness on Harpsichord Sonata
Hovhaness on Celestial Canticle
Interview between Steve Wolfe (KPFA) and Alan Hovhaness
Hovhaness on "Pericles" & Sonata for Soprano & Piano
Total Length: 35:14

кажись энтот.
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Date:March 26th, 2010 04:06 pm (UTC)

чье сопрано не указано, да?
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Date:March 26th, 2010 04:23 pm (UTC)
ну как же не указано :)

Hinako Fujihara, soprano
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Date:March 24th, 2010 07:13 pm (UTC)
классно! спасибо!
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Date:March 26th, 2010 04:26 pm (UTC)
в том посте marxbert'a было ещё такое:

American composer Alan Hovhaness (b. 1911, Somerville, Mass.) has successfully combined Eastern and Western music to produce unique works both exotic and immediately accessable. Incorporating music reflecting his Armenian heritage with procedures common in Medieval and pre-Baroque Western music, Hovhaness has produced an enormous catalogue of works after destroying his first thousand pieces which he regarded as learning pieces. This program, including an interview with the composer by Charles Amirkhanian recorded in late 1975, introduces both early and late compositions:

Mihr, for two pianos
Invocations to Vahaken IV and V (piano and percussion)
Komitas: Yerangi
And God Created Great Whales (tape and orchestra)
October Mountain, percussion ensemble
Khaldis Concerto for 4 Trumpets, Piano and Percussion (1st movement)
Symphony No. 15, "Silver Pilgrimmage"
Anahid, for chamber orchestra



Recorded live at KPFA FM Radio, this concert was timed to coincide with Armenian Martyr's Day. In Turkey on April 24, 1915, the leaders of the Ottoman Empire set in motion a genocidal massacre of Armenians in an effort to rid the country of this Christian minority that had lived in peace there for many centuries.

Beginning with the touching folk tune Garoun A, transcribed by Komitas for chorus and piano, Charles Amirkhanian introduces a program of Armenian participants rich in variety and textures.

Composer Maia Aprahamian of Tiburon, California, didn't know her father was Armenian until she was 17. Her story is a touching one told in her own words. She studied composition with Vittorio Giannini and we hear her serenely beautiful work "Batter My Heart" (after the John Donne poem), performed at Grace Cathedral by Barry Tuckwell (French horn) and John Fenstermaker (organ) recorded by KKHI in 1983.

Also on the program is an interview with the musicologist from Armenia, living in Los Angeles, Nikogos Tamisian. He discusses Armenian music from the 5th Century to the Eighteenth.

A set of Armenian folk music is performed live in the KPFA studio by Sooren Baronian, clarinet, Haig Manukian, oud and Rowen Stormhex, vocals and percussion.

у вас этого нет случаем???
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Date:December 15th, 2010 03:18 pm (UTC)

мне понра
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