26 March 2005

  Gubaidulina, Sofia (1931-)

Russian. Born in Christopol and educated at the Kazan Conservatory. Her compositions are influenced by certain native melodies and sounds, such as Russian, Caucasian, and Asian folk music. Until 1985 she was unable to visit the west, but since then her reputation has spread. Her orchestral music and string quartets are most popular but her works on sacred themes such as the Seven Words featuring cello and bayan (Russian push-button accordion) are also fast becoming new classics for the new century .
Features in Contemporary Anthology of Music by Women and on the Russian Women Composers CD.


Cello Works

In Croce
Ten Preludes
Quaternion (cello quartet)
Performed by Alexander Ivashkin and others
2001          £15  

St John Passion

St.Petersburg Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Valery Gergiev. Recorded live at the Stuttgart Music Festival 2000
2000    2-set       £25  

Seven Words, Silenzio, In Croce

In croce, for bayan and cello
Silenzio
Sieben Worte (Seven Words), for cello, bayan and strings

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1995          £12  

Orchestral Music

Includes Pro et Contra, Concordanza. Radio Philharmonic Hanover.
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1994          £12  

String Quartets nos.1-3, String Trio

The Danish Quartet.
String Quartet No. 1, No 2, No. 3
Trio for Violin, Viola and Cello
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1992          £12  

Musica non grata

includes Cantata for baritone and ensemble. Concerto for bassoon and low strings.
1978/1997          £14   Out of Print



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