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II. Concerto - Nikos Skalkottas - Nikos Skalkottas (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Tygogar says:
    SKALKOTTAS Concerto for 2 Violins (orch. Demertzis). Concertino for 2 Pianos. Characteristic Piece, “Nocturnal Amusement” 1 • Vassilis Christopoulos, cond; Georgios Demertzis (vn); Simos Papanas (vn); Maria Asteriadou (pn); Nikolaos Samaltanos (pn); Dimitris Desyllas (xyl); 1 Thessaloniki St SO • BIS () Read more /> BIS has lavished a great deal of attention on Nikos.
  2. Faule says:
    NIKOS SKALKOTTAS ( - ) The Greek composer Nikos Skalkottas trained in Athens as a violinist, continuing his studies with Willy Hess in Berlin, where he also studied composition and met many of the leading young musicians of the time.
  3. Voodoomuro says:
    Category:Skalkottas, Nikos Nikos Skalkottas (21 March — 20 September ) Double Bass Concerto, AK 27 (Skalkottas, Nikos) G. 36 Greek Dances, AK 11 (Skalkottas, Nikos) L. 15 Little Variations, AK 75c (Skalkottas, Nikos) N. Nocturnal Amusement, AK 29 (Skalkottas, Nikos) P.
  4. Shaktitaxe says:
    Skalkottas: Concerto for Two Violins / Music for Wind Instruments and Piano, an album by Nikos Skalkottas on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Gror says:
    A profile of the composer Nikos Skalkottas (), along with a list of their works available to browse and buy.
  6. Zolokus says:
    Scored for piano and 10 wind instruments, Concerto No. 3 is like a cross between Schoenberg's yet unwritten Piano Concerto, Op. 42, and Colin McPhee's Concerto for Piano and Wind Octet. However, at a length of 66 minutes Skalkottas' concerto is longer than both those works put together and played twice; it is one of the longest piano concertos ever written.
  7. Fenrikree says:
    Nikos Skalkottas (Greek: Nίκος Σκαλκώτας; 21 March – 19 September ) was a Greek composer of 20th-century classical music.A member of the Second Viennese School, he drew his influences from both the classical repertoire and the Greek tradition.
  8. Dushicage says:
    Buy Skalkottas: 36 Greek Dances by BBC Symphony Orchestra | Christodoulou, Nikos, Skalkottas, Nikos, n/a from Amazon's Classical Music Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(5).
  9. Tashicage says:
    Like Bartók, Skalkottas wrote 'popular' music without compromise. The Greek Dances are ideal encore pieces, not least in these suave arrangements for strings. The Violin Concerto of is among his major works, with a solo part that's demanding yet integral to the symphonic nature of the score – something that Georgios Demertzis's vital.

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