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  彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基(Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky,1840—1893      
         
 

 2019年第十六届柴可夫斯基国际音乐大赛开幕音乐会 捷杰列夫指挥

马林斯基剧院交响乐团 Tchaikovsky Competiti

     
  Daniel Trifonov | piano
Ariunbaatar Ganbaatar | baritone
Mariinsky Theater Symphony Orchestra
Valery Gergiev | conductor
June 17, 2019, BZK, Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory (Moscow, Russia)
钢琴:丹尼尔·特里福诺夫
男低音:钢巴特尔·阿伦巴特尔
马林斯基剧院交响乐团
瓦莱里·捷杰列夫指挥
2019年6月17日于莫斯科音乐学院音乐大厅

Program:

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Fragments from The Nutcracker, Op. 71
彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:芭蕾舞剧《胡桃夹子》选段,Op. 71

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Queen of Spades, Op. 68 -II: "I love you beyond measure" (Ya vas lyublyu)
彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:咏叹调“我无限地爱你”,选自歌剧《黑桃皇后》第二幕

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1, in b Flat Minor, Op. 23
彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:降b小调第一钢琴协奏曲,Op. 23

Sergey Rachmaninov, No. 14 Vocalise,“Silver Bells”, Op. 34
谢尔盖·拉赫玛尼诺夫:练声曲第14号,Op. 34
     
 
     
  音乐历史上的今天

1889年4月9日柴科夫斯基在日记中写道:“独自醉倒”
彼得·伊里奇·柴科夫斯基
(Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky)1840年5月7日出生在俄国乌拉尔的沃特金斯克一个贵族家中。他的父亲是矿山工程师,在一所官办的大型冶金厂任厂长;母亲是一位受过良好教育的家庭主妇,喜好音乐,会弹钢琴。柴科夫斯基自幼热爱音乐。他5岁时,就能根据莫扎特、唐尼采蒂、罗西尼歌剧中的咏叹调主题在钢琴上即兴演奏。在万籁俱寂的深夜里,他经常可以听见想像中的音乐。
1850年,1O岁的柴科夫斯基被送到彼得堡法律学校上学。这是一所贵族子弟学校,专门为帝国司法部培养官吏。法律学校的一切都使小彼得深感厌倦,他经常挤出时间去学习钢琴演奏,到歌剧院听音乐,看演出。
命运为晚年的柴科夫斯基安排了莫大的荣誉。他被选为法兰西学院院士,又到英国接受了剑桥大学赠予的名誉博士学位。他以惊人的速度辗转欧洲各国,接连不断地举办音乐会。大师开始谱写《第六交响曲》,这是他的“天鹅之歌”。他投入了全部的身心,但作品却进展得很不顺利,因为,泪水总是模糊了他的双眼。
1893年10月28日,第六交响曲《悲怆》在他亲自指挥下于彼得堡首场公演。尽管听众的反应平平,但作曲家自己却由衷地感到满意。《悲怆》首演之后仅8天,大师突然与世长辞。按照官方的说法,大帅死于当时流行的霍乱,但据知情者透露,柴科夫斯基死于自杀!他吞服了慢性毒药,躺在床上整整煎熬了4天4夜,人们请来了最好的医生,但他坚决拒绝医治。仅仅两个月之后,梅克夫人便尾随她心目中的偶像,无声无息地飞往另一个美丽的世界。
柴科夫斯基有着俊美的仪表,翩翩的风度。漂亮的姑娘常常争先恐后地向他表达爱慕之情,但却从未在他的内心泛起过浪漫的涟漪。他的音乐,往往流露出一种无以名状的忧郁的美,即使在那些光辉灿烂的篇章中,也会蕴藏着淡淡的哀思。他总是闷闷不乐。人们在背后风言风语,说他古怪,不能正常地去爱一个女人;说他也恋爱,但不是跟女人。除了社会上的流言蜚语外,来自家族内部的巨大压力也让他难以招架。上至82岁的高龄老父,下至众多的兄弟姐妹,无一不为他的婚事忧心忡忡。在哥哥的劝说下,37岁的柴科夫斯基终于同意:只要遇到合适的女人就结婚。就在他试图寻找“合适的女人”时,一位名叫安东尼娜·米林高娃的女人自动地找上门来。米林高娃毕业于莫斯科音乐学院,曾经是柴科夫斯基的学生。她接二连三地给她昔日的老师写信,恳求他到她那儿去。于是,他出现在她面前,但却诚实地警告她说,他并不爱她,并且说他脾气不好、很难相处、孤僻、不善于交际等等;更重要的是他没有钱。面对这一连串可怕的警告,米林高娃不仅没有却步,反而威胁她的老师:除非与她结婚,否则她就自杀!最后柴科夫斯基终于屈服了
新婚夫妇的“蜜月”开始了。对柴科夫斯基来说,这是他有生以来最痛苦的一殷时光。他的精神极度紧张,已经濒临崩溃的边缘。医生告诉他的亲友:他必须更换生活环境,独自一人静心疗养,最重要的是再不能回到妻子身边,否则,他会丧失理智,精神失常。在弟弟的护送下,柴科夫斯基来到瑞士日内瓦湖畔一所幽静的疗养院。在这里,音乐家渐渐恢复了身心健康。雅致的景色固然有助于他的康复,但使大师摆脱危机的真正原因,是与梅克夫人的诚挚友谊。娜杰日达·菲拉列托夫娜.梅克是一位富有的遗孀。她是一个内向而深沉的女子,具有极高的音乐素养,惟一的爱好就是音乐。梅克夫人的出现犹如阴霾的天空中忽然显露出一道彩虹,她使柴科夫斯基像一艘在海上经过颠簸的船,终于驶进了平静的港湾。然而有一天,不可避免的事情终于发生了。梅克夫人突然不辞而别,柴科夫斯基突然失去了经济上的资助。短短几个月之内,他明显地苍老了许多,刚满50岁的柴科夫斯基看上去已60开外。在饱尝了美国人的奉承之后,音乐家匆匆回到莫斯科。然而已经8个月了,一直没有任何来自梅克夫人那里的消息。柴科夫斯基和梅克夫人这种友谊的突然中断,众说纷纭。但归根结底,柴科夫斯基与梅克夫人都属于那种远离凡俗红尘、在幻想的虚空中飘摇的人。
1859年,19岁的柴科夫斯基从法律学校毕业并在帝国司法部得到一个职位——九等文官。许多人都羡慕他的一帆风顺,可他自己却感到苦恼。22岁时,柴科夫斯基终于下决心辞掉司法部的无聊工作,考入彼得堡音乐学院,走上了职业音乐生活的道路。为了弥补失去的时光,
他不分昼夜地刻苦学习,进步之神速,令所有的人都刮目相看。1865年秋天,柴科夫斯基毕业于彼得堡音乐学院。1866年初,莫斯科音乐学院院长尼古拉·鲁宾什坦(安东·鲁宾什坦的弟弟)聘请他担任和声学教授。柴科夫斯基的生活是清苦的。名为教授,实际上薪金很低,没有自己的住所,只能挤在院长尼古拉家中,甚至连身上穿的大衣,都是向朋友借的。他经常站在大树底下,背靠树干,不知疲倦地写着、写着……从清晨到黄昏,直至满天星斗实在看不清字迹为止。他有许多优秀的作品,就是在这种艰苦条件下写出来的。

今日视频:1、2019年第十六届柴可夫斯基国际音乐大赛开幕音乐会丹尼尔·特里福诺夫 演奏柴可夫斯基
降b小调第一钢琴协奏曲 Op. 23;2、 1966年第三届柴可夫斯基国际音乐大师小提琴金奖获得者维克托·特列季亚科夫演奏圣桑《引子与回旋随想曲》作品28。

 
 
 
 
 
       
  彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基(Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky)      
       
  1877年夏,柴可夫斯基与安东妮娜      
  Tchaikovsky with Antonina in the summer of 1877      
  柴可夫斯基在离婚在1878年到1880年之间进行了几次,但是没有成功,很长一段时间以来安东妮娜继续相信某种未来的可能性“和解”,并拒绝同意她丈夫提出,从而调用他的愤怒,和愚蠢的指责,怀疑“讹诈”,等等。直到1881年,柴可夫斯基才最终放弃离婚的想法。这个时候,由于妻子反复无常和难以捉摸的行为,他不再向她支付他答应给她的养老金(每月从50卢布波动到100卢布)。      
  Tchaikovsky undertook several attempts at divorce between 1878 and 1880, but without success, since for a long time Antonina continued to believe in the possibility of some sort of future "reconciliation", and refused to agree to what her husband proposed, thereby invoking his wrath, with accusations of stupidity, suspicions of "blackmail", etc. Only in 1881 did Tchaikovsky finally abandon the idea of divorce. At this time he ceased paying his wife the pension he had promised her (it had fluctuated from 50 to 100 rubles a month) on the rounds of her erratic and unpredictable behaviour.         
       
  1876年底,又有一位女性进入了柴可夫斯基的生活。这位是娜德日达·冯·梅克,一位铁路大亨的遗孀。她听过并欣赏过柴可夫斯基的一些音乐,当她发现他遇到了经济困难时,她开始委托他创作曲子。双方都同意一个条件,那就是永远不要见面。他们之间通过1200多封信表达的奇怪关系持续了近14年。他们只偶然见了两次面,就匆匆离去,没有打招呼。当冯·梅克夫人得知柴可夫斯基流产的婚姻时,她同意了他的要求,安排他定期领取6000卢布的津贴。通过这种方式,作曲家解决了他永久的财政危机,冯·梅克夫人的钱让他全身心投入到创造性的工作中。
柴可夫斯基与娜德日达·冯·梅克之间的关系,尽管他们明显的古怪、偶尔的挫折和逐渐的恶化(尽管表面上几乎看不出来),可以说是这位作曲家一生中最令人满意的经历之一。他们从未谋面的沉默谅解,使他们的“书信体友谊”染上了一种特殊的“柏拉图式”色彩,这是一种深刻的情感,有时几乎是狂喜的。在冯·梅克夫人的例子中,情爱的成分是非常重要的(即使是在意识层面),尽管总是通过她强调的感伤主义来中和。这被证明是双方都满意的,通过排除任何明显的性爱表现,为他们的感情提供了一个安全的出口。在与作曲家的通信中,冯·梅克夫人根据柴可夫斯基的心理特质和他们那个时代的具体特征,表现出了非凡的机智、同情和理解。有理由相信,她可能从一开始就知道柴可夫斯基是同性恋,即使是以一种有点模糊和不明确的方式,与维多利亚时代对这个主题的普遍态度一致。
     
  At the end of 1876 a second woman entered Tchaikovsky's life. This was Nadezhda von Meck, the widow of a wealthy railway magnate. She had heard and admired some of Tchaikovsky's music, and when she found out that he was encountering financial problems, she began to commission pieces from him. Both agreed on the one condition—that they should never meet. Their strange relationship, expressed through over 1200 letters, was to last for almost fourteen years. They only met twice, by accident, and hurried off without greeting each other. When Mrs von Meck learned what had happened with Tchaikovsky during his abortive marriage, she agreed on his request to arrange for him to receive a regular allowance of 6000 rubles. This way the composer resolved his permanent financial crisis, and Mrs von Meck's money allowed him to dedicate himself to creative work.

Tchaikovsky's relationship with Nadezhda von Meck, despite their obvious eccentricities, occasional frustrations and their gradual (although on the surface almost imperceptible) deterioration, can be argued to have been among the most gratifying experiences of the composer's life. Their silent understanding never to meet endowed their "epistolary friendship" with a particular "platonic" colouring, which was deeply emotional, and at times almost ecstatic. In the case of Mrs von Meck the erotic component was very significant (even at the conscious level), although always neutralized through her emphatic sentimentalism. This proved satisfactory to both parties, providing a safe outlet for their feelings by ruling out any obvious manifestation of sexual love. In her correspondence with the composer, Mrs von Meck displayed an exceptional degree of tact, sympathy and understanding in the light of Tchaikovsky's psychological idiosyncrasies, and the specific characteristics of their epoch. There are reasons to believe that she may have been aware of Tchaikovsky's homosexuality from the very start of their friendship, even if in a somewhat vague and inexplicit fashion, in keeping with the general Victorian attitudes towards the subject.    
     
   
  柴可夫斯基在弗洛夫斯科耶的家,1890年7月  
  Tchaikovsky's home at Frolovskoye, July 1890  
   
  1893年3月,柴可夫斯基与俄罗斯音乐协会成员在哈尔科夫      
  Tchaikovsky with members of the Russian Musical Society in Kharkov, March 1893      
 
     
  Today in the history of music
On April 9, 1889, Tchaikovsky wrote in his diary: "drunk alone."
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky) was born on May 7, 1840, in the urals, Russia, to a noble family in watkinsk.His father was a mine engineer and director of a large government-run metallurgical plant.My mother was an educated housewife who loved music and played the piano.Tchaikovsky loved music from an early age.At the age of five, he could improvise on the piano on the theme of an aria in the operas of Mozart, donizetti and rossini.In the dead of night he could often hear imaginary music.
In 1850, at the age of ten, Tchaikovsky was sent to Petersburg law school.It was a school for the sons of the nobility, training officers for the imperial ministry of justice.Tired of everything at law school, little Peter often found time to learn to play the piano, to listen to music at the opera and to see performances.
Fate arranged a great honor for Tchaikovsky in his later years.He was elected a fellow of the French academy and went to England to receive an honorary doctorate degree from the university of Cambridge.He traveled around Europe at an astonishing speed, giving concerts one after another.The master began to compose the sixth symphony, his swan song.He put all his heart and soul into the work, but it did not go well, because the tears always blurred his eyes.
On October 28, 1893, the sixth symphony, pathetique, was first performed in Petersburg under his own direction.The response of the audience was lukewarm, but the composer himself was genuinely satisfied.Only eight days after the pathetique's premiere, the master died suddenly.According to the official version, he died of cholera, but according to insiders, Tchaikovsky committed suicide.He swallowed the chronic poison and lay in bed for four days and nights. The best doctor was called, but he refused to be treated.Only two months later, Mrs. Meck followed her idol and flew silently to another beautiful world.
Tchaikovsky had a handsome appearance and graceful manners.Beautiful girls often fell over each other to express their love for him, but there was never a romantic ripple in his heart.His music, often exudes a kind of indescribable melancholy beauty, even in those brilliant chapters, also can contain a touch of sadness.He is always down in the dumps.People were saying behind his back that he was strange and could not love a woman properly;Said he was in love too, but not with a woman.In addition to the social gossip, he was also overwhelmed by the enormous pressure from his family.His father, who was 82 years old, and many of his brothers and sisters were worried about his marriage.Persuaded by his brother, Tchaikovsky, 37, agreed to marry as long as he met the right woman.While he was trying to find the "right woman," a woman named antonina millingova came to him automatically.Miringova graduated from the Moscow conservatory of music and was once a student of Tchaikovsky.She wrote to her former teacher one after another, imploring him to come to her.So he appeared to her, but gave her an honest warning that he did not love her, and called him bad-tempered, difficult, withdrawn, unsociable, and so on;What's more, he has no money.Faced with a series of dire warnings, miringova not only refused to budge, but threatened her teacher with suicide unless she married her!At last Tchaikovsky gave in
The honeymoon begins for the newlyweds.For Tchaikovsky, it was the most painful time of his life.His nerves were so strained that he was on the verge of breaking down.The doctor told his friends and relatives that he must change his living environment, be alone, and, above all, never return to his wife, or he would lose his mind and become insane.Escorted by his younger brother, Tchaikovsky arrived at a secluded nursing home on the shores of lake Geneva, Switzerland.Here the musicians gradually recovered their physical and mental health.The fine scenery helped him to recover, but what really got the master out of the crisis was his cordial friendship with madame meck.Najida filaretovna.Mack was a rich widow.She is an introverted and deep woman, with a high level of musical literacy, the only hobby is music.Madame meck appeared like a rainbow in a cloudy sky, and she made Tchaikovsky look like a ship that has been tossed on the sea, and at last sailed into a calm harbor.Then one day, the inevitable happened.Madame meck suddenly left without saying goodbye, and Tchaikovsky suddenly lost his financial support.Within a few months, he was visibly older. Tchaikovsky, who had just turned 50, looked over 60.After feasting on American adulation, the musicians hurried back to Moscow.But it had been eight months, and there had been no news from Mrs. Meck.Theories vary about the sudden break in this friendship between Tchaikovsky and madame meck.But at the end of the day, both Tchaikovsky and madame meck were among those who drifted away from the world of mortals into the void of fantasy.
In 1859, at the age of 19, Tchaikovsky graduated from law school and got a job in the imperial ministry of justice -- a ninth grade civil servant.Many people envied his success, but he was miserable himself.At the age of 22, Tchaikovsky finally decided to quit his boring job at the ministry of justice, enter the Petersburg conservatory of music, on the road to a professional musical life.To make up for lost time,
He studied hard day and night and made remarkable progress.In the fall of 1865, Tchaikovsky graduated from the Petersburg conservatory of music.In early 1866, nikolai rubinshtan (brother of Anton rubinshtan), President of the Moscow conservatory of music, hired him as professor of acoustics.Tchaikovsky's life was austere.The professor, who was in fact on a very low salary, had no place of his own, and had to live in the house of the abbot, nikolay. He even borrowed his overcoat from a friend.He often stood under the tree, back against the trunk, tirelessly writing, writing...From dawn to dusk, until the stars could hardly read the words.Many of his excellent works were written under such difficult conditions.
1. Opening concert of the 16th Tchaikovsky international music competition 2019 Daniel trifonov Tchaikovsky's piano concerto no. 1 in b flat minor op. 232,
Victor trel, winner of the third Tchaikovsky international master violin gold medal in 1966
Tyakov performed the song "introduction and roundabout rhapsody" by saint sang, op.28.
 

 
 
 
 
     
   
  1893年6月,柴可夫斯基在剑桥大学接受荣誉博士学位。这是他生前最后一张为人所知的照片.      
  Tchaikovsky receiving his honorary doctorate at Cambridge University, June 1893. This is the last known photograph taken of him during his lifetime      
 
     
       
  丹尼尔·特里福诺夫(Daniil Trifonov),俄罗斯籍钢琴演奏家(concert pianist),1991年3月5日出生于俄罗斯下诺夫哥罗德。
1991年出生于俄罗斯的下诺夫哥罗德,很快就成新一代钢琴家中的一颗闪亮的新星。5岁开始学习音乐,2000年至2009年,他在莫斯科格尼辛音乐学校的塔蒂阿娜泽利克曼班,师从康士坦丁·列夫席兹、亚历山大·科布林、阿列克谢·沃洛丁等艺术家。2006年到2009年间,他也学习了作曲,并从此创作了钢琴、小型室内乐、交响音乐作品。自2009年起,他开始在克利夫兰音乐学院的谢尔盖·巴巴扬班学习。
在2010-2011季中,他在世界三大最著名的音乐比赛中都有斩获,分别是:华沙的肖邦国际音乐比赛(铜奖),特拉维夫的亚瑟·鲁宾斯坦音乐比赛(一等奖)和莫斯科的柴可夫斯基音乐比赛(金奖)。在这些比赛中,他的出色表现给评委会留下了很深刻的印象,评委会当中不乏像是玛尔塔·阿格里希、克里斯蒂安·齐默尔曼、范·克莱本、尼尔森·弗莱雷、叶菲姆·布朗夫曼、瓦列里·格吉耶夫这些著名音乐家。格吉耶夫还专门授予特里福诺夫“最高奖“,通常只有在柴可夫斯基国际钢琴比赛中表现最为突出的选手才能获此殊荣。
 
     
  Daniil Trifonov, Russian concert pianist, was born on March 5, 1991, in nizhny novgorod, Russia.
Born in nizhny novgorod, Russia, in 1991, he soon became a shining star among a new generation of pianists.He began studying music at the age of five, and from 2000 to 2009, he studied with artists such as Constantine leonz, Alexander kobrin and alexei volodin at tatiana zelikmanban at the genisin school of music in Moscow.He also studied composition from 2006 to 2009 and has since written piano, chamber miniatures and symphonies.Since 2009, he has studied at the sergei babayan class at the Cleveland academy of music.
During the 2010-2011 season, he won three of the world's most famous music competitions: the Chopin international music competition in Warsaw (bronze), the Arthur rubenstein music competition in tel aviv (first prize) and the Tchaikovsky music competition in Moscow (gold).He impressed the jury, which included famous musicians such as marta agrichi, Christian Zimmerman, van cliburn, nelson freire, efim bronfman and valery gergiev.Mr. Gergiev also singled out Mr. Trifonov for the "highest prize," which is usually reserved for the most outstanding performers in the Tchaikovsky international piano competition
     
 
     
  《梅菲斯特圆舞曲》是李斯特四首标题相同的钢琴曲中的第一首,作于1860年,取材于他最喜欢的一部文学作品——歌德的《浮士德》(这部作品曾经给他这部作品以及他其它作品很多灵感),但是这首音乐基于尼古拉·策瑙富有诗意的一个场景。副标题为《乡村酒馆中的舞曲》,这个故事详细地写在李斯特的乐谱上,简要如下:浮士德和梅菲斯特进入了一家乡村酒馆,当时那里正在进行婚礼。浮士德被有一双黑眼睛的美人迷住,梅菲斯特抓过一把小提琴演奏。舞者沉醉在这魔鬼般的音乐中,这婚礼集会成了狂饮闹宴,疯狂的舞者跌倒在草地上,作曲家以双音的颤音表现了梅菲斯特回荡在空中那不断的笑声。最后,夜莺的歌声唱起,强烈的欲望将他们击垮,他们被淹没在像大海一样的汹涌翻腾的感情之中。
 李斯特最初是为交响乐队创作的这部作品,后来又将其改编为钢琴独奏和钢琴二重奏。《梅菲斯特》舞曲是一个很壮丽的表演作品;他给演奏者提出了魔鬼般的技术挑战,几乎没有哪部作品像它一样在短短几分钟内展示了如此丰富和令人耀眼眩目出色的演奏技术。
     
   The murph's waltz "is the first of four has the same title as liszt piano, as in 1860, originated from a literary works of his favorite -- Goethe's" Faust "(this work was to give him the works and his other works a lot of inspiration), but this piece of music based on nicolas nao a poetic scene.Subtitled "dance music in a country tavern," the story is written in detail on liszt's sheet music, and is summarized as follows: Faust and mephiste entered a country tavern where the wedding was taking place.Faust was bewitched by the beauty with the black eyes, and mephiste grabbed a violin and played.The dancers revel in the devilish music, the wedding party turns into a drinking frenzy, the crazy dancers fall on the grass, and the composer's two-tone trill shows mephist's incessant laughter in the air.At last the nightingale sang, and the strong desire of the nightingale overwhelmed them, and they were drowned in a sea of emotions.      
 
     
       
  第三届柴可夫斯基国际音乐大赛小提琴金奖获得者,前苏联小提琴家维克多·特列季亚科夫      
  现场进行的是第一轮比赛,一位音乐家左手拿着小提琴走上台来,把琴贴在耳朵下方,然后便开始了演奏,他始终不看琴弦,直到接近作品内涵的最深层,大家预感到这是一位非凡的小提琴家。

第二轮比赛期间,这位莫斯科音乐学院一年级学生的荣誉,已经引起莫斯科整个音乐界的关注。

或许,重视发现独特的天才表演家已经成为柴可夫斯基大赛的优良传统,从一大批实力雄厚的年轻的小提琴大师中发现维克多·特列季亚科夫,几乎是本次莫扎特音乐大赛期间最引入注目的事件。

——著名的音乐评论家塔玛拉·尼古拉耶芙娜·格鲁姆-格日迈洛

     
   
  莫扎特钢琴小提琴教室学员田元,2017年在德国卡文德尔音乐节上接受了维克多·特列季亚科夫的大师课。      
  There was the first round, and a musician came on stage with a violin in his left hand, put it under his ear, and began to play. He didn't look at the strings until he was near the bottom of the composition.
During the second round, the honor of the first-year student of the Moscow conservatory of music has attracted the attention of the entire music industry in Moscow.
Perhaps the emphasis on discovering unique talent has become a fine tradition in the Tchaikovsky competition, and the discovery of victor tretyakov from a group of powerful young violin masters was almost the most notable event of the Mozart competition.
"-- tamara nikolaevna groom-gemmelo, famous music critic
     
 
     
         
 

圣桑:引子与回旋随想曲,作品28

(维克托·特列季亚科夫,尼古拉·阿列克谢耶夫)

     
 

维克托·特列季亚科夫 - 小提琴
尼古拉·阿列克谢耶夫 - 指挥
圣彼得堡爱乐乐团
Victor tretyakov - violin
Nikolai alexeyev - commander
St. Petersburg philharmonic orchestra

     
 
 
 
     
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