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Wilhelm Richard Wagner

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Wilhelm Richard Wagner
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Wilhelm Richard Wagner

Yevhen Hromov (piano)

WILHELM RICHARD WAGNER (1813-1883)

Eine Sonate für das Album von Frau Mathilde Wesendonck in As-dur, WWV 85 (1853)

In the album of Fürstin M. WWV 94 (1861)

Page from the album in C-dur  for Princess Pauline von Metternich-Winneburg

Five poems of Mathilde Wesendonck (1857-58)

3 In the greenhouse

5 Vision

Transcription by August Stradal (1917)

Death of Isolde from the opera “Tristan und Isolde”, WWV 90 (1857-59)

Transcription by Franz Liszt, S 447 (1867, ed. 1875)

Ankunft bei den schwarzen Schwänen, WWV 95 (1861)

Page from the album in E flat major for Countess Anna von Pourtalès

Quintet from Act 3 of the opera “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg” WWV 96 (1862–67)

Transcription by Hans von Bülow

 

Break

 

Valhalla from the music drama “Das Rheingold” from the cycle “Der Ring des Nibelungen” WWV 86A (1854/1869)

Transcription by Franz Liszt, S 449 (1875)

Love song of Siegmund from the music drama “Die Walküre” from the cycle “Der Ring des Nibelungen”, WWV 86b (1856–1870)

Transcription by Karol Tausig (1870)

Siegfried’s Funeral March from the music drama “Götterdämmerung” from the cycle “Der Ring des Nibelungen” WWV 86D (1848–1874)

Transcription by ante Ferruccio Busoni, BV B 111 (1883)

Albumblatt in Es-dur WWV 108 (1875)

for Frau Betty Schott

Solemn march to Holy Grail from the opera “Parsifal”, WWV 111 (1857/1877–82)

Transcription by Franz Liszt, S 450 (1882)

Schmachtend Elegy in As-dur, WWV 93 (December, 29th, 1881)

for Frau Cosima Wagner

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Wilhelm Richard Wagner

Yevhen Hromov (piano)

WILHELM RICHARD WAGNER (1813-1883)

Eine Sonate für das Album von Frau Mathilde Wesendonck in As-dur, WWV 85 (1853)

In the album of Fürstin M. WWV 94 (1861)

Page from the album in C-dur  for Princess Pauline von Metternich-Winneburg

Five poems of Mathilde Wesendonck (1857-58)

3 In the greenhouse

5 Vision

Transcription by August Stradal (1917)

Death of Isolde from the opera “Tristan und Isolde”, WWV 90 (1857-59)

Transcription by Franz Liszt, S 447 (1867, ed. 1875)

Ankunft bei den schwarzen Schwänen, WWV 95 (1861)

Page from the album in E flat major for Countess Anna von Pourtalès

Quintet from Act 3 of the opera “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg” WWV 96 (1862–67)

Transcription by Hans von Bülow

 

Break

 

Valhalla from the music drama “Das Rheingold” from the cycle “Der Ring des Nibelungen” WWV 86A (1854/1869)

Transcription by Franz Liszt, S 449 (1875)

Love song of Siegmund from the music drama “Die Walküre” from the cycle “Der Ring des Nibelungen”, WWV 86b (1856–1870)

Transcription by Karol Tausig (1870)

Siegfried’s Funeral March from the music drama “Götterdämmerung” from the cycle “Der Ring des Nibelungen” WWV 86D (1848–1874)

Transcription by ante Ferruccio Busoni, BV B 111 (1883)

Albumblatt in Es-dur WWV 108 (1875)

for Frau Betty Schott

Solemn march to Holy Grail from the opera “Parsifal”, WWV 111 (1857/1877–82)

Transcription by Franz Liszt, S 450 (1882)

Schmachtend Elegy in As-dur, WWV 93 (December, 29th, 1881)

for Frau Cosima Wagner

Yevhen Hromov (piano) 

Yevhen Hromov was born in Khmelnytskyi region. He studied at Kyiv secondary special Music School named after M. Lysenko.  In 1991-1996 he studied at Petro Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine.  Yevhen Hromov attended master classes and workshops of Pierre Boulez, Helmut Lachenmann and Péter Eötvös (Lucerne Festival Academy, 2005-2007, Switzerland). 

The repertoire of the pianist includes the works of composers from the 17th century to modern times.  Hromov pays special attention to the music of the 20th and 21st centuries, performing works of C. Debussy, A. Scriabin, A. von Zemlinsky, L. Janacek, A. Schoenberg, A. Berg, A. Webern, M. Ravel, B. Bartok, K. Szymanowski, M. Roslavets, A. Lurie, A. Mosolov, S. Prokofiev, I. Stravinsky, L. Revutskyi, B. Liatoshynskyi, O. Messiaen, L. Dallapiccola, G. Ustvolskaya, B. Zimmermann, P. Boulez, K. Stockhausen, J. Cage, M. Feldman, G. Kurtag, E. Denisov, N. Karetnikova, A. Schnittke, A. Knaifel and others. He has given 100 world and Ukrainian first performances.  Yevhen Hromov cooperates with many Ukrainian and foreign composers. 

He has given solo concerts on various international and Ukrainian music festivals: in Ukraine, Belarus, Italy (Milan), Poland (Warsaw, Krakow), Switzerland (Zurich, Basel, Rünenberg), Netherlands (Amsterdam), France (Paris, Orleans) and others.

Yevhen Hromov has recorded piano performances of works of R. Wagner, A.

Schönberg, A. Berg, A. Webern, L. Revutskyi, L. Hrabovsky, V.

Hodziatskyi, V. Silvestrov, V. Guba, Ye. Stankovych, P. Solovkin, V.

Zagortsev, S. Krutikov, A. Knaifel, P. Boulez (TNC Recording, USA).

Yevhen Hromov is a laureate of L. Revutsky State Prize (1998) and StART Prize (2003).

 

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