ALEXANDER MOSOLOV PDF

The latest Tweets from Alexander Mosolov (@amosolov). Developer of upcoming indie sandbox rpg Starsector. Find Alexander Mosolov biography and history on AllMusic – Alexander Mosolov is considered the prime. Alexander Vasilievich Mosolov (29 July , Kiev — 11 July , Moscow) was a significant Ukrainian avant-garde composer of the early Soviet era.

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He was born in Kiev in but brought up in Moscow in a cultured middle-class artistic family: Mosolov attended high school untiland in worked in the office of the People’s Commissioner for State Control. The Art of Noises Modernism music.

However, instead of carefully setting the music for orchestra, Mosolov handled the music “like thematic grist for his compositional mill. Other extant works from this period include Four Newspaper Advertisements, Three Children’s Songs, and a wide miscellany of piano and chamber music.

The family regularly visited the cultural capitals of western Europe, especially Paris, Berlin and London. He consequently simplified his style, making it more readily accessible, and he abandoned potentially awkward proletarian subject matter. On February 4,Mosolov was expelled from the Composers’ Union for treating waiters poorly and taking part in a drunken brawl in Press House, a local restaurant.

Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Johannes Kalitzke conductor. Futurism and noise music. Similar Artists Nikolai Roslavets. Mosolov’s first works were launched at an Association of Contemporary Music concert held in Moscow in September Despite forays into composition, Mosolov’s primary emphasis at this time was with performance, as he was an accomplished pianist.

Mosolov was the son of an opera singer; he began piano studies with her at age three. Quoted in Slonimsky”Soviet Music and Musicians”, p. Mosolov was born to an upper-middle-class family in Kiev, in the Russian Empire. On July 15,Mosolov’s sentence was commuted to a five-year exile—he could not live in Moscow, Leningrador Kiev until AllMusic relies aleander on JavaScript.

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The work premiered in Moscow on December 4,in a concert held by the ACM to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Revolution.

Alexander Mosolov

Born July 29, in Kiev, Ukraine. Mosolov became the first composer to create a symphonic suite on a Turkmen folk song. Views Read Edit View history. She cultivated a cosmopolitan outlook, and the young Alexander was brought up speaking French and German in addition to Russian. The Grand Piano label continues to uncover gems of the piano repertoire.

Mosoolov, he developed a keen interest in the folk music of the Soviet Central Asian republics of Turkmenistan and Kyrgystan. He made several further journeys to mosoolov Asiatic Republics of the USSR collecting folk music and making use of it in an approved, safe style and on subjects that could not be criticised. Through the offices of some well-connected colleagues, he was released after only eight months, but he was never again able to experiment in his musical work.

Find out more about our use of this akexander. Mosolov studied at the Moscow Conservatory and achieved his greatest fame in the Soviet Union and around the world for his composition, Iron Foundry. Many other pieces composed in this period were lost when a suitcase full of his scores was stolen. Add “Radio 3 Breakfast: For many years after none of his music was publicly performed and in he wrote personally to Stalin asking either for a chance to be heard, or to be allowed to work abroad.

Leonid PolovinkinAnatoly Alexandrovand Dmitri Shostakovich were also involved, each to compose Moscow in, and respectively, but nothing ever came of the project.

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Instead of tone rows, Mosolov uses thickly-clustered, heavily chromatic chords to make his point. Mosolov’s father, Vasiliy Alexandrovich, died a year later when Mosolov was five years old.

Cello Concerto in E minor, Op As the first composer of a symphonic suite on a Turkmen folk song, Mosolov adopted the use of folk music before it was mandated under Socialist realism. I must test my works against the masses; if I come to grief, I’ll know where I must go. Alexander Mosolov could stand for a whole generation of Russian experimental artists whose ideals were thwarted by historical forces. Schnittke, Rachmaninov, Shchedrin” to My Music. Mosolov’s String Quartet No. By the time of his death in he was more or less forgotten, save for The Iron Foundrywhich remained his signature piece.

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While the piece is dissonant in the extreme, Mosolov coordinates the mechanistic rhythms into specific orchestral groups that work together like cogs in a well-oiled machine. Alexander Vasilyevich Mosolov [n 1] Russian: Dissonance “in the extreme” [19] and chromaticism are also Mosolov’s signatures, though he stops short of the structured twelve-tone technique of Schoenberg. Mosolov’s works include five piano sonatas only four of which are extanttwo piano concerti only one movement exists of the second piano concertotwo cello concerti, a harp concerto, four string quartets, twelve orchestral suites, eight symphonies, and a substantial number of choral and voice pieces.

Performances Popular All Recommended. His Second Piano Concerto combines these folk elements with a mild remainder of earlier stylistic gestures. Rather than simply set the melodies in an orchestral setting, Mosolov used dense textures and polytonality that disregarded the style of socialist realism.

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Petersburg in Februarywith Mosolov himself as soloist. Mosolov studied at the Moscow Conservatory and alexandef his greatest fame in the Soviet Union and around the world for his composition, Iron Foundry.