Mussorgsky: Nino Gvetadze

Mussorgsky: Nino Gvetadze
Composer Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky
Artist Nino Gvetadze piano
Format 1 CD
Cat. number 93911
EAN code 5028421939117
Release January 2009

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About this release

Part of a series from Brilliant Classics featuring outstanding young artists who have won principal prizes at the Young Pianist Foundation’s National Piano Competition. On this edition, you can hear a beautiful selection of piano music by Mussorgsky, performed by Nino Gvetadze.

Track list

Disk 1

  1. Pictures at an exhibition: Promenade
  2. Pictures at an exhibition: Gnomus
  3. Pictures at an exhibition: Promenade
  4. Pictures at an exhibition: Il Vecchio Castello
  5. Pictures at an exhibition: Promenade
  6. Pictures at an exhibition: Tuileries
  7. Pictures at an exhibition: Bydło
  8. Pictures at an exhibition: Promenade
  9. Pictures at an exhibition: Ballet Der Nicht Ausgeschlüpften Küchlein
  10. Pictures at an exhibition: Samuel Goldenberg Und Schmuÿle
  11. Pictures at an exhibition: Promenade
  12. Pictures at an exhibition: Limoges, Le Marché (La Grande Nouvelle)
  13. Pictures at an exhibition: Catacombae (Sepulchrum Romanum)
  14. Pictures at an exhibition: Con Murtuis In Lingua Mortua (Mit Den Toten In Einer Totensprache)
  15. Pictures at an exhibition: Die Hüte Auf Hühnerfüssen (Baba Jaga)
  16. Pictures at an exhibition: Das Bogatyr-Tor (In Der Alte Hauptstadt Kiew)
  17. Pictures at an exhibition: Nanny and Me
  18. Pictures at an exhibition: Children’s Games
  19. Pictures at an exhibition: Impromptu passionne
  20. Pictures at an exhibition: Scherzo
  21. Pictures at an exhibition: A Tear
  22. Pictures at an exhibition: Close to the Southern Shore of Crimea
  23. Pictures at an exhibition: Meditation
  24. Pictures at an exhibition: In the Village
  25. Pictures at an exhibition: Gopak of joyfull fellows
  26. Pictures at an exhibition: The Market Scene