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Track(s) taken from APR5661

Album pour enfants, Op 39

composer

Alexander Goldenweiser (piano)
Recording details: January 1952
Moscow, Russia
Release date: August 2008
Total duration: 21 minutes 31 seconds
 
1
No 1 in G major: Prière du matin  [1'00]  recorded circa 1952
2
No 2 in D major: Le matin en hiver  [1'00]  recorded circa 1952
3
No 3 in D major: Le petit cavalier  [0'37]  recorded circa 1952
4
No 4 in G major: Maman  [0'59]  recorded circa 1952
5
No 5 in D major: Marche des soldats de bois  [0'44]  recorded circa 1952
6
No 6 in G minor: La poupée malade  [1'08]  recorded circa 1952
7
No 7 in C minor: Enterrement de la poupée  [1'22]  recorded circa 1952
8
No 8 in E flat major: Valse  [1'23]  recorded circa 1952
9
No 9 in B flat major: La nouvelle poupée  [0'30]  recorded circa 1952
10
No 10 in D minor: Mazurka  [0'57]  recorded circa 1952
11
No 11 in F major: Chanson russe  [0'24]  recorded circa 1952
12
No 12 in B flat major: Le paysan prélude  [0'31]  recorded circa 1952
13
14
No 14 in B flat major: Polka  [0'46]  recorded circa 1952
15
No 15 in D major: Chanson italienne  [0'46]  recorded circa 1952
16
No 16 in G minor: Mélodie antique française  [0'41]  recorded circa 1952
17
No 17 in E flat major: Chanson allemande  [0'48]  recorded circa 1952
18
No 18 in E flat major: Chanson napolitaine  [1'03]  recorded circa 1952
19
No 19 in C major: Conte de la vieille bonne  [0'53]  recorded circa 1952
20
No 20 in E minor: La sorcière 'Baba Yaga'  [0'41]  recorded circa 1952
21
No 21 in C major: Douce rêverie  [1'44]  recorded circa 1952
22
No 22 in G major: Chant de l'alouette  [0'47]  recorded circa 1952
23
No 23 in G major: L'orgue de barbarie  [0'45]  recorded circa 1952
24
No 24 in E minor: À l'église  [1'30]  recorded circa 1952

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Album for the Young, Op 39, is music for children to play. Schumann wrote his Album for the Young as a relaxation from labour on his opera Genoveva, and Tchaikovsky composed his in the wake of Eugene Onegin. Not a composer normally inspired by the piano, he could nearly always think of a good tune. Maman and the Waltz are respectively numbers 3 and 9 of the Album’s sequence of twenty-four pieces.

from notes by Max Harrison © 1986

L’Album pour enfants, op.39 de Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovsky a vraiment pour vocation d’être interprété par des enfants. À l’image de Schumann, qui écrivit son Album pour la jeunesse pour se détendre de son opéra Genoveva, Tchaïkovsky composa son Album pour enfants juste après Eugène Onéguine. Bien que généralement peu inspiré par le piano, il parvint presque toujours à trouver une belle mélodie. Maman et la Valse sont les troisième et neuvième pièces de l’Album, qui en totalise vingt-quatre.

extrait des notes rédigées par Max Harrison © 1986
Français: Hypérion

Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowskis Kinderalbum op. 39 ist zur Ausführung durch Kinder gedacht. Schumann schrieb sein Album für die Jugend als Erholung von der Arbeit an seiner Oper Genoveva, und Tschaikowski komponierte sein Album im Gefolge von Eugen Onegin. Er ließ sich als Komponist in der Regel nicht vom Klavier inspirieren, doch fiel es ihm nie schwer, eine gute Melodie zu erfinden. Maman und der Walzer sind die Nummern 3 bzw. 9 in der Abfolge von vierundzwanzig Stücken im Album.

aus dem Begleittext von Max Harrison © 1986
Deutsch: Anne Steeb/Bernd Müller

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