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Terry Heimat Studios LLC

Art Lab Terry Heimat Studios LLC continues to explore the classical repertoire for soloists in the Symphony Orchestra.

The goal of the program is to find new forms of interpreting music for symphony orchestra soloists.
The Labarotorium, which has an open-ended term, is in direct contact with the musicians of the Zhangjiajie Philharmonic Orchestra, Hunan China.

Rheingold Glière,12 duets for violin Op.49.

Soloists of the Zhangjiajie Philharmonic Orchestra Valery Moiseenko Валера Моисеенко and Gyuzal Tadzhikulova recorded 12 duets Rheingold Glière, Op.49.
Gliere's creative heritage is vast and diverse: 5 operas, 6 ballets, 3 symphonies, 4 instrumental concertos, music for wind orchestra, for folk orchestra, chamber ensembles, instrumental pieces, piano and vocal compositions for children, music for theater and cinema.

Alessandro Marcello Oboe Concerto

This Concerto will be performed in its original form with the Symphony Orchestra. The work became famous for its transcription for clavier by Johann Sebastian Bach.

Alessandro Marcello was a Venetian composer who lived from 1673 - 1747 - the brother of Benedetto Marcello, a deputy from a noble family. Above all, he was a mathematician, philosopher and poet. Marcello composed music for his own pleasure and was considered an amateur composer. He published his works under the pseudonym Eterio Stinfalico.

The Zhangjiajie Philharmonic Orchestra performs the arrangement for symphony orchestra.
Soloist - Abbos Akbarov.

France Poulenc - Sonata for flute.

Written in 1957 for flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal. It was premiered in June 1957 at the Strasbourg Festival. Performed by Rampal and Poulenc himself. The sonata is dedicated to the memory of musician and patron Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge; 1864-1953.

This sonata is one of Poulenc's most famous works and one of the most striking pieces of flute repertoire of the twentieth century. It is believed that Poulenc had been nurturing the idea of a sonata for flute for a long time - he wrote about this idea on September 2, 1952 in a letter to his baritone friend Pierre Bernac.

"For a while I abandoned the sonata for two pianos for the flute sonata, which suddenly took shape in the Austerlitz metro station in Paris. "Soon the press began to write that Francis Poulenc was working on a flute sonata that would be completed early the following year and performed by a "famous American flutist." This famous American was Julius Baker. Just at this time he left the Chicago Symphony and returned to New York to teach at the Juilliard School and play in the CBS Orchestra.

In England, the first Poulenc sonata was played by Gareth Morris in 1958.

Prof. Taras Kutsenko's version of the arrangement was performed by the Zhangjiajie Philharmonic Orchestra, soloist Bobur Sobirov.
Recorded from a rehearsal on May 7, 2024 at the concert hall of the Zhangjiajun Philharmonic Orchestra, Hunan, China.
All musical explorations will be presented in public at the next concerts of the Zhangjiajie Philharmonic Orchestra in September 2024; as a result of the recordings, a series of digital audio albums will be released, as well as a collection of sheet music with the best works, which will be available to everyone for free.
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