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Composer(s): Dmitry Lvovich Klebanov (25 Jul 1907 - 06 Jun 1987)
Work identifier: M1820
Real Name: Japanese Silhouettes
Display Name: Japanese Silhouettes
Composed: c. 1987
Genre: Vocal + Choral
Genre Type: Song-cycle
Period: 20th century
Instrumentation: Soprano
Viola d'amore
Chamber Orchestra
Mvt. 1This night is filling up my mountain shelter with chestnut bloom aroma  (Soprano, Viola d'amore, Chamber Orchestra)
Mvt. 2Native lands native lands smiling hillsides anywhere you look  (Soprano, Viola d'amore, Chamber Orchestra)
Mvt. 3Can't see the moon while its silver spark is crossing hills  (Soprano, Viola d'amore, Chamber Orchestra)
Mvt. 4Like lumps of soil dark huts are here and there in autumnal mountains  (Soprano, Viola d'amore, Chamber Orchestra)
Mvt. 5Winter day has dimmed. Thickening evening dusk far behind stubble fields.  (Soprano, Viola d'amore, Chamber Orchestra)
Mvt. 6Spinning spinning whirling birds eddy smoke of distant fires above withered meadows  (Soprano, Viola d'amore, Chamber Orchestra)
Mvt. 7Fenced flower fades in time of winter. A rose? Or am I mistaken?  (Soprano, Viola d'amore, Chamber Orchestra)
Composer(s): Dmitry Lvovich Klebanov (25 Jul 1907 - 06 Jun 1987)
Recording identifier: M2147486120
Real Name: Japanese Silhouettes
Display Name: Japanese Silhouettes
Composed: c. 1987
Genre: Vocal + Choral
Genre Type: Song-cycle
Period: 20th century
Instrumentation: Soprano
Viola d'amore
Chamber Orchestra
Ensemble: Philharmonia Virtuosi
Conductor: Igor Blazhkov
Soloists: Natalia Biorro (Soprano)
Mela Tenenbaum (Viola d'amore)
Label: Essay
Catalogue Number: Essay1052
CD Media ID: 1042
Recording Location: The Concert Hall, Performing Arts Center, Purchase College, Purchase, NY
Mvt. 1This night is filling up my mountain shelter with chestnut bloom aroma (3'11'')
Mvt. 2Native lands native lands smiling hillsides anywhere you look (4'13'')
Mvt. 3Can't see the moon while its silver spark is crossing hills (3'22'')
Mvt. 4Like lumps of soil dark huts are here and there in autumnal mountains (3'46'')
Mvt. 5Winter day has dimmed. Thickening evening dusk far behind stubble fields. (5'52'')
Mvt. 6Spinning spinning whirling birds eddy smoke of distant fires above withered meadows (4'32'')
Mvt. 7Fenced flower fades in time of winter. A rose? Or am I mistaken? (1'48'')