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Alfred Schnittke - Faust Cantata & Concerto Grosso No.2 (1992)

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Alfred Schnittke - Faust Cantata & Concerto Grosso No.2 (1992)

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Concerto Grosso No. 2
for violin, cello and symphony orchestra (1981-1982)
01. I. Andantino. Allegro
02. II. Pesante
03. III. Allegro		play
04. IV. Andantino

05. I. Prologue (Chorus)
06. II. Close Is The Hour (Narrator, Mephistopheles, Chorus)
07. III. Faust's Farewell To His Pupils And Friends (Chorus, Narrator)
08. IV. Faust's Confession (Faust, Chorus And Narrator)
09. V. Lament Of Faust's Friends (Chorus, Narrator)	play
10. VI. “False Consolation” (Of Faust By Mephistopheles).
(Mephistopheles - Both Parts, In Two Voices)
11. VII. The Death Of Faust (Mephistopheles, Chorus)
12. VIII. After Faust's Death (Narrator, Chorus)
13. IX. Epilogue (Chorus)
14. X. Conclusory Chorale (Four Soloists, Chorus)

O. Kagan - Violin (1-4)
N. Gutman – cello (1-4)
R. Kotova – Contralto (5-14)
E. Kurmangaliev – Countertenor (5-14)
N. Kurpe – Tenor (5-14)
A. Safiulin – Bass (5-14)

The USSR Ministry Of Culture Symphony Orchestra
Gennady Rozhdestvensky – conductor


This cantata was written in 1983 and is one of the most crucial compositions by Schnittke. It is written in ten episodes. The Concerto Grosso is for violin, cello and orchestra and is based on the Baroque style and combined with the musical language of the 20th century.

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