Julia Mortyakova | A Celebration of Women in Music

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A Celebration of Women in Music

by Julia Mortyakova

Julia Mortyakova performs solo piano music written by women composers throughout history and in the present day: Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, Cecile Chaminade, Clara Schumann, and Olga Harris.
Genre: Classical: Romantic Era
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1. Suite in D Minor: I. Prelude (Live)
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2. Suite in D Minor: II. Allemande (Live)
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3. Suite in D Minor: V. Sarabande (Live)
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4. Suite in D Minor: IX. Menuet (Live)
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5. 6 Etudes de Concert, Op 35: No. 5. Impromptu
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6. 6 Etudes de Concert, Op 35: No.2. Automne
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7. L'ondine, Op. 101
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8. Songs Without Words, Op 76: No. 1. Souvenance (Live)
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9. Songs Without Words, Op 76: No. 2. Elevation
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10. Songs Without Words, Op. 76: No. 3. Idylle
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11. Songs Without Words, Op. 76: No. 4. Eglogue (Live)
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12. Songs Without Words, Op. 76: No. 5. Chanson Bretonne
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13. Songs Without Words, Op. 76: No. 6. Meditation (Live)
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14. Etude Scolastique, Op. 139
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15. Etude Romantique, Op. 132
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16. Deux Morceaux, Op. 27: No. 2. Zingara (Live)
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17. Scherzo, Op. 14
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18. Mermaid Dreams: No. 1
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19. Mermaid Dreams: No. 2
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20. Don't Let Me Go, My Sorrow
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21. Prelude Assisi
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22. Rhapsody for Julia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tracks 1-4 Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (1665-1729)
Tracks 5-16 Cecile Chaminade (1857-1944)
Track 17 Clara Schumann (1819-1896)
Tracks 18-22 Olga Harris (b. 1953)


Originally from Moscow, Russia, pianist Julia Mortyakova has given solo piano recitals, appeared with orchestras and performed in music festivals around the world including: Aspen Music Festival, Clayton Piano Festival, Eastern Music Festival, Natchez Festival of Music, Women Composers Festival of Hartford, South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts, Musica Nueva Malaga (Spain), Assisi Music Festival (Italy), Zhytomyr's Musical Spring (Ukraine), and Symphonic Workshops International Piano Masterclass (Bulgaria). In 2013, 2014, and 2015 she was a concerto soloist with the Assisi (Italy) and Starkville Symphony orchestras.

A laureate of the 2014 American Prize for her performance of the music of Cecile Chaminade, Julia is the winner of the 2012 Sigma Alpha Iota Career Performance Grant. Her project involves performing the music of Cecile Chaminade.

Dr. Mortyakova currently teaches and serves as Chair of the Department of Music at the Mississippi University for Women. She previously held a professorship at Alcorn State University. Her research includes applying the existential philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre to piano teaching, and the life and music of Cecile Chaminade. She has presented her research at numerous regional, national and international conferences. Julia is a published author in the United States and Ukraine, and her first independent solo piano album has sold internationally.

Dr. Mortyakova is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Vanderbilt University, New York University, and the University of Miami. She invites you to visit her website www.juliamortyakova.com.

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