Ivanovs - Symphonies for Strings
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Cat No: LMIC068
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 5th October 2018
Ivanovs always hungered to encounter genuine, hardened-by-life drama, even more so if it was enriched by the shadow of the past and demanded use of the imagination. Thus, he composed Poema luttuoso (1966), a poem of pain dedicated to the victims of Salaspils concentration camp.
Symphony no.14 (Sinfonia da camera, 1971) differs from Ivanovs’ typical symphony type in that it has only three parts, lacking the usual sonata-allegro. This work, commissioned by Latvian Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra and its long time conductor Tovy Lifshitz, served as a calling card of contemporary Latvian music to listeners from countries near and far during the 70s and 80s.
Sinfonietta (1977) is certainly dedicated to youth and young musicians, who today so gladly assemble in friendly music-making groups (cameratas) to confirm their ever-increasing skills and joy for music.
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