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Shostakovitch's influence shadows much of this disc, most obviously in the Trumpet Concerto of his friend Moissei Vainberg. It's a serious work, despite its plethora of virtuosic opportunities for the soloist. There's an emotionally charged slow movement and perky outer ones. While it's a tough workout for any trumpet virtuoso, Nakariakov, at 23, is one of the world's elite players, so this work holds no terrors for him. He sails through it with firm, lovely tonal variety, making the most of the lyrical first movement, the darker second, and the quote-filled finale. Artunian's jazzy concerto is a light appetizer to the Vainberg, and the harmless Gliere Concerto, arranged for flugelhorn, gives us an opportunity to hear that mellifluous instrument. The Vainberg is the main event and it's worth knowing, while Nakariakov's splendid playing will entrance. --Dan Davis

1. Arutiunian: Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra
2. Vainberg: Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra Op. 94: Allegro molto
3. Vainberg: Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra Op. 94: Andante
4. Vainberg: Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra Op. 94: Andante
5. Gliere: Concerto For Horn And Orchestra, Op. 91: Allegro
6. Gliere: Concerto For Horn And Orchestra, Op. 91: Andante
7. Gliere: Concerto For Horn And Orchestra, Op. 91: Moderato-Allegro vivace

Product Details

  • Performer: Sergei Nakariakov
  • Orchestra: Jenaer Philharmonie
  • Conductor: Andrey Boreyko
  • Composer: Alexander Arutiunian, Reyngol'd Glière, Moshei Vainberg
  • Audio CD (February 19, 2002)
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Teldec
  • ASIN: B00005NSR0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,146 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. Mills on January 6, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Sergei's Artunian is one of the best ive ever heard. His interpritation of that piece is perfect. Being a young trumpet player myself, it is an inspiration to listen to such a great musician. Both the other pieces on this cd are exellent. The Vainberg concerto is amazing, you can also hear quotes from some of the most well known trumpet exerpts, including petrouchka and mahlers 5th. The Horn Concerto is played beautifully on the flugel horn. His phrasing and expression are perfect.

A great album, well worth the buy!

Adam
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Now and then a CD happens along that is so tasty that it becomes a surprise favorite. This beautifully performed recording features the fine trumpeter Sergei Nakariakov with Andrey Boreyko conducting the Jenaer Philharmonie.

The works are varied, from the delightful but not so challenging Gliere Concerto for horn & orchestra in B flat (here adapted for flugelhorn) to the brilliant Mieczyslaw Vainberg Concerto for trumpet & orchestra in B flat, Op 94. This latter is a work of dynamic, dramatic contrasts, from the lyrical beauty of the opening movement to the deeply moving slow movement to the challenging and high-flying finale. Nakariakov is a true virtuoso and his facility with his instrument and intense commitment to the score make this a joy to hear. The CD opens with a bit of pastiche in the delightful Concerto for trumpet and orchestra by Alexander Arutiunian, an apropos introduction for this fine recital.

Andrey Boreyko provides superb collaboration with his sensitive conducting. These two young men are important rising stars in the field and welcome additions from Russia to the stages of the world. Highly recommended. Grady Harp, November 05
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Gordon on March 21, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have been looking for a recording of the Artiunian trumpet concerto that accurately captured the composer's many dynamic, breathe, and tempo markings--which are all very precise. Nakariakov does it, and still gives the piece the Armenian soulfulness it contains. Even if you never listen to anything else on this CD, you will have the most masterful recording to date of the Artiunian trumpet concerto. I enjoy it tremendously.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Jack Elliot on October 26, 2006
Format: Audio CD
While the music recorded here does not deserve mention alongside the trumpet concerti of Haydn and Hummel and the second Brandenburg concerto of Bach, nevertheless these are very good compositions, and not often heard. They'll add a good deal of depth to your collection, even if your interest is in classical orchestral music generally and not trumpet music specifically.

Nakariakov is an able virtuoso and he serves these pieces well. In my opinion, he elsewhere has devoted far too much of his efforts to impressive but superficial showpieces and transcriptions; this is one of the few of his albums of full length concert works from the trumpet repertoire. So while it is perhaps not as effective as other of his albums in terms of trumpet virtuosity for its own sake, in my estimation this is nevertheless his most sophisticated and aesthetically meaningful album and the greatest accomplishment of his career.

The Arutiunian concerto is a shorter, pleasingly tuneful work that strikes me as two parts Saint-Saëns, one part Russian modality. For as familiar as the piece is to trumpeters, it is unfortunately not often heard outside of their teaching studios. So while there is in fact not a great deal of competition, this is certainly the best recorded performance of the piece I've heard; and it would be hard to image a superior reading by any of the world's great trumpet virtuosi, for here we have a passionate, technically formidable performance, and by a Russian player to boot.

Many reviewers write of the Veinberg concerto as representative of the style of Shostakovich, but I think that comparison could only stand up in consideration of Shostakovich's most abstract, dissonant, experimental works: the Fourth Symphony, for example.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 20, 2002
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Another Nakariakov recording; for those of us who don't get to hear this young man perform live, this is THE next best thing! Sergei is a phenomenon!!
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