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Performer: Alexander Ivanov-Kramskoy
Genre: Classical
Title: Concerto For Guitar And Strings / Variations For Guitar And Orchestra
Country: US
Released: 1958
Label: Monitor Records
Catalog Number: MC-2024
MP3 version ZIP size: 2562 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 2198 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 298

Tracklist

1Variations On The Russian Folk Song, "Spinning Wheel"
Composed By – M. Visotsky
21) Allegro Maestoso
33) Polonaise, Allegretto
4Variations On Russian Themes For Guitar And Orchestra
5B) Oh, Mother
62) Siciliana: Theme And Variations, Andantino
7Prelude In D Minor
8Spanish Serenade
Composed By – J. Malats
9Courante
Composed By – J. S. BachTranscription By – A. Segovia
10C) At The Gate
11Concerto For Guitar And String Quartet
Composed By – Mauro Giuliani
12A) In The Garden

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MC-2024, MC 2024Alexander Ivanov-Kramskoy Concerto For Guitar And Strings / Variations For Guitar And Orchestra ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Monitor Records , Monitor Records MC-2024, MC 2024USUnknown

Credits

  • CelloValentin Berlinsky (tracks: B1, B2, B3)
  • ConductorNikolai Anosov (tracks: A1, A2, A3)
  • DesignTom Taran
  • GuitarAlexander Ivanov-Kramskoy
  • Liner NotesJoseph Greenspan (tracks: A1, A2, A3)
  • OrchestraOrchestra Of Folk Instruments (tracks: A1, A2, A3)
  • ViolaR. Barshai (tracks: B1, B2, B3)
  • ViolinI. Barshai (tracks: B1, B2, B3), R. Dubinsky (tracks: B1, B2, B3)

Notes

Classical guitar by noted Russian guitarist, Alexander Mikhailovich Ivanov-Kramskoy (also spelled 'Kramskoi'). This record was released in 1958 on Monitor Records, whose collection now resides with the Smithsonian Folkways label. Exceedingly rare.

Per the notes on the back of the album cover:

Alexander Mikhailovich Ivanov-Kramskoy was born in Moscow in 1912. He showed ability in music at an early age and learned to play the balalaika by himself when he was only seven.

In 1931 he began to study guitar with P. S. Agafoshin and conducting with Prof. K. S. Saradzhev. He continued his studies at the Moscow Conservatory and his concert and teaching activities began as early as 1932.

Besides his concerts and teaching activities, Ivanov-Kramskoy has composed many pieces for solo guitar, guitar and orchestra and he has made many transcriptions for guitar. He has written a method for playing the six-stringed guitar which has been reprinted in several editions.

For his mastery of the guitar he has been awarded the title of "Laureate of the All-Union Competition."

Ivanov-Kramskoy appears presently with many of the chamber ensembles, such as the famous Beethoven and Komitas String Quartets, playing the guitar part. He also appears with some of the best-known Soviet violinists such as Leonid Kogan and Eduard Grach and with such outstanding singers as Ivan Kozlovsky and Nadezhda Obukhova.

Album

Variations On Russian Themes For Guitar And Orchestra. A In The Garden. Alexander Mikhailovich Ivanov-Kramskoy was born in Moscow in 1912. He showed ability in music at an early age and learned to play the balalaika by himself when he was only seven. In 1931 he began to study guitar with P. Agafoshin and conducting with Prof. He continued his studies at the Moscow Conservatory and his concert and teaching activities began as early as 1932. Besides his concerts and teaching activities, Ivanov-Kramskoy has composed many pieces for solo guitar, guitar and orchestra and he has made many transcriptions for guitar. Alexander Ivanov-Kramskoy Concerto For Guitar And Strings, Variations For Guitar And Orchestra LP 1958 Monitor Records , Concerto for Electric Guitar and Orchestra, The New York Variations - David Chesky. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. From The Album. We dont have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Do you know the lyrics for this track Add lyrics on Musixmatch. Don't want to see ads Upgrade Now. External Links. Alexander Ivanov-Kramskoy. 66 listeners. Concerto Suite for Electric Guitar and Orchestra also known as Concerto Suite for Electric Guitar and Orchestra in E Flat Minor Op. 1 is the eleventh studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 30 June 1998 through Spitfire Records. The album was Malmsteen's first attempt at a classical concerto suite featuring electric guitar solos. All of the music was composed by Malmsteen, though his compositions were scored by his friend and fellow musician David Rosenthal. The music is conducted by. Album 2006 12 Songs. Variations Sur un Valse Favori, for Guitar Terzina and String Quartet Op. 103: Introduzione and Thema Giuliani. Wiener Akademie, Edoardo Catemario & Martin Haselböck. 103: Variations Giuliani. Alexander Ivanov-Kramskoy 19121973. Concerto No. 2 for Guitar and Symphony orchestra. Sheet Music. Show records by: listenings count performer's rating alphabet. Alexander Frauchi guitar. Added by: contrabas89 , 22:11. Concerto for Guitar and String Orchestra: II. Ron Jones. Исполнители: Edoardo Catemario - guitar, Martin Haselböck - Conductor, Wiener Akademie Orchester. Songs in album Mauro Giuliani - Concerto For Guitar And Orchestra No. 3, Gran Quintetto, Variations For Guitar & String Quartet 2005. Mauro Giuliani - Concerto For Guitar 'Terzina' No. Allegro Moderato. 3 - II. Andantino Alla Siciliana Con Variazioni. Mauro Giuliani - Gran Quintetto For Guitar & Strings - II. Theme And Variations. Mauro Giuliani - Gran Quintetto For Guitar & Strings - III. Concierto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra - 2
snowball
This is a really interesting recording. I've got a fair classical guitar collection, but I had never seen or heard of this artist. Added on the back cover are notes on Mr. Ivanov-Kramskoy, which are accurately reproduced above, and descriptions of the songs by Joseph Greenspan. His own prelude in D minor is based on folk themes, Russian of course, and makes a welcome addition to a the catalog. I'm not familiar with any other Russian guitarist, but the fifth piece recorded here is by Russian guitar master Mikhail Visotsky (1791-1837). This is pretty a piece and not so challenging that it shouldn't be more common, it utilizes many techniques as it "wheels" through variations on a Russian melody. The notes remark that the piece was developed for his students and that he was otherwise poorly known.