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Piano

by Anastasia Dedik

Spectacular interpretation of masterworks by a truly extraordinary pianist. Mussorgsky's "Pictures At an Exhibition" and Tchaikovsky-Pletnev's Concert Suite "The Nutcracker" is an essential recording to experience for any connoisseur of Russian music.
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. Pictures At an Exhibition: I. Promenade. Allegro giusto
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2. Pictures At an Exhibition: II. Gnomus. Sempre vivo
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3. Pictures At an Exhibition: III. Promenade. Moderato commodo assai e con delicatezza
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4. Pictures At an Exhibition: IV. The Old Castle
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5. Pictures At an Exhibition: V. Promenade moderato non tanto, pesamente
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6. Pictures At an Exhibition: VI. The Tuileries Gardens
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7. Pictures At an Exhibition: VII. Bydlo
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8. Pictures At an Exhibition: VIII. Promenade. Tranquillo
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9. Pictures At an Exhibition: IX. Ballet of the Unhatched Chickens
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10. Pictures At an Exhibition: X. Samuel Goldenberg and Schmuyle
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11. Pictures At an Exhibition: XI. Promenade. Allegro giusto, nel modo russico, poco sostenuto
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12. Pictures At an Exhibition: XII. The Market At Limoges
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13. Pictures At an Exhibition: XIII. Catacombs. Largo
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14. Pictures At an Exhibition: XIV. Promenade. Andante non troppo, con lamento
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15. Pictures At an Exhibition: XV. The Hut On Fowls Legs - Baba-Yaga
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16. Pictures At an Exhibition: XVI. The Great Gate of Kiev
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17. Concert Suite from the Nutcracker: I. March (Tempo di marcia viva) [Arr. Mikhail Pletnev]
2:03 $0.99
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18. Concert Suite from the Nutcracker: II. Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy (Andante ma non troppo) [Arr. Mikhail Pletnev]
2:17 $0.99
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19. Concert Suite from the Nutcracker: III. Tarantella (Arr. Mikhail Pletnev)
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20. Concert Suite from the Nutcracker: IV. Intermezzo (Andante) [Arr. Mikhail Pletnev]
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21. Concert Suite from the Nutcracker: V. Trepak: Russian Dance (Molto vivace) [Arr. Mikhail Pletnev]
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22. Concert Suite from the Nutcracker: VI. Tea: Chinese Dance (Allegro moderato) [Arr. Mikhail Pletnev]
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23. Concert Suite from the Nutcracker: VII. Andante maestoso (Arr. Mikhail Pletnev)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Review of PIANO
September 20, 2015
"Very impressed with your performance, repertoire and production. Mussorgsky is full of great expression & poetry, and the Tchaikovsky displays a great range of emotion, lightness of touch - your performance is excellent - very expressive, emotive and deeply poetic; and the production quality is very good; very well done & really great to listen to."
Nick Peros at PHOENIX CLASSICS

Anastasia Dedik has performed on some of the most important stages in the world, including the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, The Great Philharmonic Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia and has appeared as a soloist with Fort Worth Symphony, Saint Petersburg Philharmonic, NYCA Symphony Orchestra, San Jose Symphony, Oberlin Orchestra and others. She has been featured on RAI in Italy, NDR TV in Germany, ABC in NYC as well as in an episode of NBC’s “Law and Order SVU”, performing Beethoven’s “Appassionata”. After graduating from the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 2004, Anastasia continued her education at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and The Juilliard School. She has been the recipient of numerous national and international awards, including The Governor of Saint Petersburg Award for Achievements in Arts, Harold and Helene Schonberg Piano Scholarship and Susan W. Rose Fellowship at The Juilliard School in NYC. Anastasia is a top prizewinner of many International Piano Competitions, including “Bösendorfer and Yamaha USASU” International Piano Competition, San Jose International Piano Competition, Pietro Argento International Piano Competition and others. Ms. Dedik’s début Solo CD was released in February, 2008 by GPM Records, Recco, Italy. Anastasia is also a founding member of the The Prima Trio, an ensemble that burst onto the International stage when they won the Grand Prize at the Fischoff International Chamber Music Competition in 2007. Since then Prima Trio has performed over 200 concerts throughout the United States and released their first album, “Prima” in April of 2012. Anastasia is the Founder and Artistic Director of the “Russian Heritage” Piano Competition for young pianists, which was held in 2012 in Russia and will be continued in New York City in 2016. In recognition of her extraordinary abilities and achievements in the arts, Anastasia was granted United States citizenship in 2015.


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