Alexander Tcherepnin

Episodes

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Genome: [r3 Bd=19721228]'talks about the 50th anniversary of his Western debut, and plays some of his piano music, and his violin sonata with Yehudi Menuhin'
Genome: [r3 Bd=19741230]'75th Birthday Concert

The celebrated Russian composer and pianist joined forces with Paul Torteller and his son Jan Pascal.

JAN PASCAL TORTELIER (violin) PAUL TORTELIER (Cello)

ALEXANDER TCHEREPNIN (piano) Sonata for violin and piano

Twelve Preludes for cello and piano (Well-Tempered cello) Suite for cello

3.30* Interval Reading

3.35* Concert: part 2 Piano Trio

Duo for violin and cello

Sonata No 2, for cello and piano (All except the first work are first broadcast performances in this country)

(Given in the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London, on 11 June)'

Genome: [r3 Bd=19771119]'died 29 September 1977

An autobiographical portrait compiled from the composer's own broadcasts and presented by Robert Layton.

Tcherepnin spent his youth in St Petersburg and studied in Paris during the early 1920s; in this programme he talks mostly about these early years.

Part 2: Piano Trio

Duo for violin and cello

Sonata No 2, for cello and piano

In memory of this celebrated Russian composer and pianist we are repeating the 75th birthday concert of his works, recorded at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on 11 June 1974.

Yan Pascal Tortelier (violin) Paul Tortelier (cello)

Alexander Tcherepnin (piano) Sonata for violin and piano

Twelve Preludes for cello and piano (Well-Tempered cello) Suite for cello'

Genome: [r3 Bd=19801218](1899-1977)

An autobiographical portrait compiled from the composer's own broadcasts and presented by Robert Layton

Genome: [r3 Bd=19820313]Brass Quintet. Op 105 ADRIAN VAN WOUDENBERG (horn)

JOHN TABER. RODNEY MILLER (trumpets)

MEL CALBERTSON (tuba) JOHN MOORE (trombone) Gramophone record