Mieczyslaw Weinberg


 


Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.1
Olympia OCD471 - Released 1994
Recorded in the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire
1. Symphony No. 10 in A minor
Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Rudolf Barshai
Recorded 1970 / mono
2. Symphony No. 6 in A minor
Moscow Choir School Boys' Choir / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Kyrill Kondrashin
Recorded 1974 / stereo

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.2
Olympia OCD472 - Released 1994
Recorded at the USSR State Radio broadcasting house
1. Symphony No. 7 opus 81
Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Rudolf Barshai
Recorded October 1967
2. Symphony No. 12 "In memory of Shostakovich" opus 114
USSR TV and Radio Symphony Orchestra, Maxim Shostakovich
Recorded November 1979

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.3
Olympia OCD473 - Released 1994
Rocorded at Sudio No.5 at Moscow State Radio in May 1966
The Golden Key, ballet opus 55, Suites Nos. 1-3 (complete) & Suite No. 4 (excerpts)
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Mark Ermler

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.4
Olympia OCD474 - Released 1994
1. Piano Quintet opus 18
Moishei Vainberg (piano)
Borodin Quartet (Rostislav Dubinsky, Jaroslav Alexandrov, violins; Dmitri Shebalin, viola; Valentin Berlinsky, cello)
Recorded at the USSR Radio & TV Studios in July 1963
2. String Quartet No. 12 opus 103
Yevgeni Smirnov (violin), Arnold Kobyhyansky (violin), Vyatcheslav Trushin (viola), Alla Vasilieva (cello)
Recorded at the USSR Radio & TV Studios in March 1963

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.5
Olympia OCD581 - Released 1996
1. Children's Notebooks I-III (1944-1945) op. 16, 19, 23 *
2. Piano Trio, Opus 24 (1945)
Irina Tkachenko (violin), Tatiana Zavarskaya (cello), Anatoli Sheludyakov (piano) *
Recorded at the "Melodiya" Studios Moscow in October-November 1995

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.6
Olympia OCD589 - Released 1996
1. Symphony No. 14 opus 117
Recorded October 1980
2. Symphony No. 18 "War, there is no word more cruel" opus 138
USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra, Latvian State Academic Chorus, Vladimir Fedoseyev
Live broadcast recording from the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory
Recorded October 1985

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.7
Olympia OCD590 - Released 1996
1. Symphony No. 17 "Memory" opus 137
Live broadcast recording of the world premiere performance from the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory
as part of the sixth "Moscow Automn" Festival in November 1984
2. "The Banners of Peace", symphonic poem opus 143
USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev
Live broadcast recording of the world premiere performance from the Hall of Columns, Trade Union House, Moscow
from a concert of the 27th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in February 1986

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.8
Olympia OCD591 - Released 1996
1. Symphony No. 19 "The Bright May" opus 142
Live broadcast recording of from the "Moscow Automn" Festival in November 1986
2. Chamber Symphony No. 3 opus 151
USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev
Live broadcast recording from the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory in November 1986

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.9
Olympia OCD594 - Released 1997
1. Twenty-Four Preludes for cello solo opus 100
2. Sonata No. 1 for cello solo opus 72
Yosif Feigelson (cello)
Recorded on 8th-9th June 1996 at the Purchase College, Purchase, N.Y.

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.10
Olympia OCD622 - Released 1997
1. Symphony No. 4 in A minor opus 61
USSR Academic Symphony Orchestra, Yevgeni Svetlanov
Recorded in Moscow in 1974
2. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in G minor opus 67
Leonid Kogan (violin), Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Kyrill Kondrashin
Recorded in Moscow in 1961
3. Rhapsody on Moldavian Themes opus 47 No. 1
Recorded in Moscow in 1976

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.11
Olympia OCD628 - Released 1997
1. String Quartet No. 1 opus 2/141
2. String Quartet No. 10 opus 85
3. String Quartet No. 17 opus 146
Gothenburg Quartet (Ingrid Sjonnemo, Elin Anderberg, violins; Mia Wassenius, viola; Anders Robertson, cello)
Recorded in Hemsjö Church, Sweden, in April, May and June 1997

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.12
Olympia OCD595 - Released 1998
1. Piano Sonata No. 1 opus 5
2. Piano Sonata No. 2 opus 8
3. Piano Sonata No. 3 opus 31
4. Seventeen Easy Pieces opus 34
Murray McLachlan (piano)
Recorded in the Ensemble Hall, Gotheburg University Music Department in November 1996

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.13
Olympia OCD596 - Released 1998
1. Piano Sonata No. 4 opus 56
2. Piano Sonata No. 5 opus 58
3. Piano Sonata No. 6 opus 73
Murray McLachlan (piano)
Recorded in the Ensemble Hall, Gotheburg University Music Department in November 1996

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.14
Olympia OCD643 - Released 1998
1. Sonata No.2 for Solo Cello opus 86
2. Sonata No.3 for Solo Cello opus 106
3. Sonata No.4 for Solo Cello opus 140
Yosif Feigelson (cello)
Recorded on 13th-14th November 1997 at the Purchase College Recital Hall, Purchase, N.Y.

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.15
Olympia OCD651 - Released 1998
1. Chamber Symphony No. 1 opus 145
2. Chamber Symphony No. 4 opus 153
Bengt Sandstrom (clarinet), Umea Symphony Orchestra, Thord Svedlund
Recorded at Strömbäck Folk High School, Sweden in May 1998

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.16
Olympia OCD652 - Released 1999
1. Symphony No. 2 opus 30
Recorded at Strömbäck Folk High School, Sweden in 4th-6th May 1998
2. Chamber Symphony No. 2 opus 147
Umea Symphony Orchestra, Thord Svedlund
Recorded at Strömbäck Folk High School, Sweden in 1st-3rd September 1998

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series, Vol.17
Olympia OCD686 - Released 2000
1. String Quartet No. 7 opus 59
2. String Quartet No. 8 opus 66
3. String Quartet No. 9 opus 80
Dominant Quartet (Do Phuong Nhu, Yekaterina Progodina, violons; Anna Sazonkina, viola; Tatiana Yegorova, cello)
Recorded in Moscow February-April 2000

Mieczyslaw Vainberg Series
Discover Vainberg (compilation)
Olympia OCD 720