Masters of Symphonic Music | Masguda Shamsutdinova

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Masguda Shamsutdinova

by Masters of Symphonic Music

Symphonic music that fuses the forms and harmonies of both modern European and Islamic, Ottoman-influenced, arabesque music, being at once arrestingly novel and easily accessible
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Symphonic Poem Dervish
11:19 album only
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2. Symphony no.3 Genghis-Khan, movements I-III
14:22 album only
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3. Symphony no.2 Ibn-Fadlan, movement I
10:42 album only
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4. Ibn-Fadlan, movements II,III
12:22 album only
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5. Symphony no.1 Tartar Steppe
21:38 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"... Her music speaks powerfully for itself, and if you listen her recordings, I’m sure you’ll be struck, as I have been, by the arresting way in which they interpret folk themes in her passionate modernist style ..."
- Jonathan Raban, a British-American author

The culmination of Masguda’s extensive experience in music writing and research comes in a new symphonic music disc release.

Masguda was born in a small Tatar village in the Ural Mountains and listened to sounds of nature beginning from her childhood. She discovered her talent for writing music and entered the Kazan State Conservatoire in Kazan city of the Tatarstan region of Russia, where she received her formal education in music theory and composition.

Besides her homeland, Masguda’s music was performed and acclaimed in countries such as Austria, Sweden, Ireland, Turkey, Germany, US and others.

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