Georgiev - Genesis, Symphonic Triptych no.1, Percussion Concerto no.3
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Label: ICSM Records
Cat No: ICSM010
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 1st February 2019
WorksGenesis for marimba and orchestra
Percussion Concerto no.3
Symphonic Triptych no.1
ArtistsTatiana Koleva (marimba)
Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra
It becomes more difficult if composers – as is often the case in the twentieth century – deliberately conceal the biographical, world view, religious or philosophical content of a work. Constantin Floros, who interpreted Alban Berg’s Lyrische Suite (Lyric Suite) as a message of love to Hanna Fuchs (a sister of the writer Franz Werfel), spoke in such cases of esoteric or concealed programme music.
Against this background, it is hardly surprising that the young Bulgarian-British composer Martin Georgiev provides his music with programmatic titles. Raised in the Orthodox faith in the Black Sea port city of Varna, he often incorporates spiritual ideas in the concept and realisation of his works. This is true of both works in his debut CD.
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