Composer
Alexander Lazarevich Lokshin
Discography
 

 


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  • Les fleurs du mal, Vocal-symphonic poem for soprano and symphony orchestra
  • Hungarian Fantasy for violin and orchestra
  • The Art of Poetry for soprano and chamber orchestra
  • Sinfonietta No.2 for soprano and chamber orchestra
  • In the Jungle, Symphonic Suite

BIS Records, 2010 (BIS-CD-1556)

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  • Symphony No.4 (1968, cond. Rudolf Barshai)
  • Symphony No.9 on L. Martynov's lyrics (Yu. Grigoriev, cond. Rudolf Barshai)
  • Symphony No.11 on Camoens lyrics  (1975, L. Sokolenko, cond. Gennady Rozhdestvensky)
  • Hungarian Rhapsody, (1952, Yulian Sitkovetsky, cond. Kurt Zanderling)
Vanda Tabery, soprano;  Wolfgang Redik, violin
Grosses Orchester Graz, orchestra
Michel Swierczewski, conductor

Melodiya, Cat. No.: MEL CD 50 01983

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Review in Diapason d'Or


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  • Symphony No.9 on L. Martynov's lyrics (Yu. Grigoriev, cond. Rudolf Barshai, premiere recording)
  • Symphony No.5, Shakespeare´s Sonnets ("Northern Crown" Soloist's Ensemble, V. Kataev, V. Pochapsky)
  • Quintet for two Violins, two Violas, and Cello ("Northern Crown")
  • Prelude and Theme with Variations (Elena Kuschnerova)

Olympia, Cat. No.: МКМ206


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  • Symphony No.5, Shakespeare´s Sonnets, for baritone and string orchestra and harp
  • Symphony No.9 for baritone and string orchestra, to poems by Leonid Martynov
  • Symphony No.11 for soprano and orchestra, to a sonnet by Luís de Camões
Vanda Tabery, soprano;  Jeffrey Black, baritone;   Vahid Khadem-Missagh, violin;  Ruth Winkler, cello
Grosses Orchester Graz, orchestra
Michel Swierczewski, conductor

BIS Records, 2006 (BIS-CD-1456)


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  • "In the jungles". Suite for full symphony orchestra in 7 movements
    • Introduction
    • Jungle
    • Monkey's games
    • Night
    • Birds
    • Chasing
    • Battue and finale
               The Bolshoy symphony orchestra, conductor Arvid Jansons. Recorded in 1960
  • Quintet for Clarinet, two Violins, Viola, and Cello. 1955
         Solo clarinet Ivan Mozgovenko, Komitas quartet. Recorded in 1960.
  • Variations for piano. Dedicated to Maria Grinberg. 1953
         Maria Grinberg. Recorded in 1956

2006, National Music Publishing, Moscow, harmony®dol.ru


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  • Symphony No.4 (Sinfonia stretta)
  • Three Scenes from Goethe's Faust
Bremen Philharmonic Orchestra, Cond. Michel Swierczewski, Vanda Tabery, Soprano

BIS Records, 2000 & 2001 (BIS-CD-1156)

"This represents a promising start to a project that I trust will result in a symphonic intégrale from BIS" – Rob Barnett, MusicWeb
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  • Songs of Margaret 

  •     (Based on Goethe's Faust. Russian texts by Boris Pasternak. Lyudmila Sokolenko, Soprano) 
  • Symphony No.7

  •    (Words from ancient Japanese poets. Nina Grigorieva, Contralto) 
  • Symphony No.10

  •    (Lyrics by Nikolai Zabolotsky. Nina Grigorieva, Contralto, and the Moscow Boys Choir) 
Moscow Chamber Orchestra, conductor Rudolf Barshai

Laurel Record, 1997

"Powerfully intense traversals of a fascination with death and bereavement" – Rob Barnett, MusicWeb

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  • Symphony No.5 (Shakespear's Sonnets)
  • Quintet for two Violins, two Violas, and Cello
  • Suite from lyrics by François Villon
Grieg:
  • Four Songs (Instrumentation by Boris Tishchenko, in memory of Alexander Lokshin, in Norwegian)
    • Sunset, A Hut, A Swan, Spring
Northern Crown Soloist's Ensemble, Moscow.

LAD, Moscow, 1992