Russian romanticism:2 essays. Reprint 2011 Lauren G. Leighton
Russian romanticism:2 essays Slavistic Printings and Reprintings. Reprint 2011 Lauren G. Leighton
The Exotic Prisoner in Russian Romanticism:Middlebury Studies in Russian Language and Literature Paul M. Austin
Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegel combine the virtuosity and poetry of a world-class pianist with entertaining commentary to create a magical concert experience. His lively, engaging insights and captivating performances make listening an enthralling experience for all music lovers. In this audiobook, Jeffrey Siegel discusses Rachmaninoff and other Russian composers, including: By Rachmaninoff: Five Preludes By Medtner: Three Fairy Tales By Scriabin: Two Preludes, including Sonata No. 4 in F-sharp major, Op. 30 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jeffrey Siegel. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/000854/bk_rand_000854_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The fascination of the Genius in Romanticism:Romanian, Russian, French and English literature Ludmila Bejenaru
Napoleon in Russian Cultural Mythology:The Age of Revolution and Romanticism / Interdisciplinary Studies Molly W. Wesling
At the age of 20, having recently graduated from the Moscow Conservatory, Rachmaninoff wrote his Morceaux de Salon, Op. 10, in 1893, and 3 years later, the six Moments Musicaux. These beautiful works display a simple, often Chopinesque style of romanticism while bearing the unmistakable Russian flavor the composer captured in all his work. This is the 1989 Belwin-Mills edition.
DescriptionEasy Piano arrangements of 16 favourites by Rachmaninoff. Complete with song background notes and playing hints and tips.Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff was a Russian composer, pianist and conductor. Rachmaninoff is widely considered one of the finest pianists of his day and, as a composer, one of the last great representatives of Romanticism in Russian classical music.Aleko (XI. Intermezzo) Élégie( No.1 from ‘Morceaux de Fantasie’, Op.3) Etudes-tableaux, Op.33 (VIII. Moderato) Fragments (ii-19-3) Moments musicaux, Op.16 (III. Andante cantabile) Nocturne (No.1 from ‘7 Morceaux de salon’, Op.10) Piano Concerto No.2 (2nd Movement) Piano Concerto No.3 (1st Movement) Piano Sonata No.2, Op.36 (2nd Movement) Prélude (No.2 from ´Morceaux de Fantasie´, Op.3) Preludes, Op.23 (V. Alla marcia) Preludes, Op.32 (XII. Allegro) Rhapsody On A Theme Of Paganini Symphonic Dances (1st Movement) Symphony No.2 (3rd Movement) Vocalise (No.14 from ‘Fourteen Songs’, Op.34)
For more than 400 years, the art of ballet has stood at the center of Western civilization. Its traditions serve as a record of our past. A ballerina dancing The Sleeping Beauty today is a link in a long chain of dancers stretching back to 16th-century Italy and France: Her graceful movements recall a lost world of courts, kings, and aristocracy, but her steps and gestures are also marked by the dramatic changes in dance and culture that followed. Ballet has been shaped by the Renaissance and Classicism, the Enlightenment and Romanticism, Bolshevism, Modernism, and the Cold War. Apollo´s Angels is a groundbreaking work---the first cultural history of ballet ever written, beautifully told. Ballet is unique: It has no written texts or standardized notation. It is a storytelling art passed on from teacher to student. The steps are never just the steps---they are a living, breathing document of a culture and a tradition. And while ballet´s language is shared by dancers everywhere, its artists have developed distinct national styles. French, Italian, Danish, Russian, English, and American traditions each have their own expression, often formed in response to political and societal upheavals. From ballet´s origins in the Renaissance and the codification of its basic steps and positions under France´s Louis XIV (himself an avid dancer), the art form wound its way through the courts of Europe, from Paris and Milan to Vienna and St. Petersburg. It was in Russia that dance developed into the form most familiar to American audiences: The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, and The Nutcracker originated at the Imperial court. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kirsten Potter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/001825/bk_tant_001825_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.