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Performing PainMusic and Trauma in Eastern Europe$

Maria Cizmic

Print publication date: 2011

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Performing Pain
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Recordings

Arvo Pärt: Collage. Philharmonia Orchestra, Neeme Järve, conductor. Chandos Records, Ltd., 1993.

Arvo Pärt: Tabula Rasa; Symphony No. 3; Collage. Ulster Orchestra, Takuo Yuasa, conductor; Lesley Hatfield and Rebecca Hirsch, violins. Naxos, 2001.

Henryk Górecki Symphony No. 3. Dawn Upshaw, soprano; London Sinfonietta; David Zinman, conductor. Elektra Nonesuch, 1992.

Górecki Symphony No. 3. Stefania Woytowicz, soprano; South-West German Radio Symphony Orchestra; Ernest Bour, conductor. Erato, 1985; reissued by Warner Classics, 2003.

New Piano Works from Europe and the Americas. Haydée Schvartz, piano. Mode Records, 1993.

Piano Sonatas Galina Ustvolskaya. Oleg Malov, piano. Megadisc Classics, 1993.

Schnittke, Concerto for Piano and Strings. The New Stockholm Chamber Orchestra. BIS Records, 1987.

Films

Abuladze, Tengiz. Repentance. Georgia Film, 1984.

Cram, Bestor. Unfinished Symphony. Berkeley Media LLC, 2001.

Nichols, Mike. Wit. HBO, 2001.

Palmer, Tony. The Symphony of Sorrowful Songs. Voiceprint Records, 2007.

Pontecorvo, Gillo. The Battle of Algiers. Criterion, 2004, 1967.

Resnais, Alain. Night and Fog. Criterion, 2003, 1955.

Weir, Peter. Fearless. Warner, 1993.

Scores

Górecki, Henryk Mikołaj. Symphony No. 3, Op. 36, “Symphony of Sorrowful Songs.” London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1992.

Pärt, Arvo. Tabula Rasa Doppelkonzert für zwei Violinen, Streichorchester und präpariertes Klavier. Vienna: Universal Edition, 2006.

Schnittke, Alfred. Konzert für klavier und streicher. Hamburg: Musikverlag Hans Sikorski, 1995.

Ustvolskaya, Galina. G. Ustvol’skaia: Proizvedeniia dlia fortepiano [G. Ustvolskaya: The Piano Works]. Leningrad: Sovetskii Kompozitor, 1989.

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