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Sergei Nakariakov – Carmen Fantasie (1994)

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1. Bizet/Waxmann - Carmen Fantasie
2. Willi Brandt - Concert Piece No. 2
3. Jean-Baptiste Arban - Variations on a Tyrolean Song
4. Manuel de Falla - La Vida breve: Spanish Dance
5. Camille Saint-Saëns - Le Carnaval des Animaux: Le Cygne
6. Jean-Baptiste Arban - Norma: Variations on a Theme from Bellini's Norma
7. Nicolò Paganini - Caprice op. 1 No. 17
8. Piotr Tchaikovsky - Valse-scherzo op. 34
9. Gabriel Fauré - Le Reveil
10. Pablo de Sarasate - Zigeunerweisen op. 20, 1
11. Nicolò Paganini - MotoPerpetuo op. 11

Sergei Nakariakov - trumpet
Alexander Markovich – piano

 

This album features Russian trumpet virtuoso Sergei Nakariakov playing a very wide variety of virtuoso music not only for trumpet, but violin, cello, and voice, among others. Sergei recorded this when he was only seventeen or eighteen years old, and when I had finished listening to it, I was shocked at how such a young person was able to have complete control over these very technically demanding pieces. Perhaps the most notable piece on here is Pagini's "Moto Perpetuo" for violin and guitar (or orchestra). The double-tonguing and circular breathing he uses on this piece is almost as impressive as when Rafael Mendez, the other great virtuoso trumpeter, did it many years ago. The title song, Camren Fantasie, is also good for people who know a bit about Bizet's famous opera "Carmen". "Le Cygne" by Saint-Saëns is beautifully done, and the caprice for violin solo really allows you to hear Nakariakov's embauchre and tone quality. Also, the classic "Zigeurweisen" piece is played with great enthusiasm as another great virtuoso trumpet piece. I would recommend this album to any fan of classical music, trumpet music, and definitely a must for all trumpet players. This is one of Nakariokov's best albums, in my opinion, and even if you don't know much about classical music, you will still be impressed by the extremely gifted talent of this young man. --- Cameron Rochette, amazon.com

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