Nguyen Lantuat - Symphonies 2 & 3 (ND)
Nguyen Lantuat - Symphonies 2 & 3 (ND)
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Classical | Label: Self Produced | Cat.: NA| FF/FP
Listed in the Russian Composer's Union as a Russian composer, Vietnamese-born Lantuat Nguen (Nguy?n Lan Tu?t) is author of numerous vocal and instrumental works and five symphonies, the latter being his main stream of creativity. His music has received highest acclaims from critics as possessing the natural combination of classical tradition and modern language. Even for those unfamiliar with classical music, listening to Lantuat's symphonies for the first time will bring their emotions to the surface. Shostakovich and Schnittke are obvious influences on the music of Lantuat, but his heart never strays from from thoughts of his beautiful and tragic homeland, and while not obviously folkloristic, his scores frequently include a subtle Vietnamese nuance.
At 15, Lantuat joined the army to fight against the French in 1950 and learned to play the guitar from friends.
He later worked with other musicians at the Vietnamese Radio Station. There, recognized for his musical talent,
Lantuat was sent to the former Soviet Union (USSR) to study in 1959. Shortly after that, in 1961, he received order to go back to Vi?t Nam for an "intellectual re-education" - something he refused to do. Back then Vi?t Nam was bouncing between China and the Soviet Union for support and solidarity, and it shifted temporarily to China in 1961. Thus the order to recall Lantuat from the Soviet Union. Understandably, Lantuat's rebellion earned him the reputation of a "traitor" in Vi?t Nam and he was banned from coming back home. Meanwhile in the Soviet Union, Lantuat was transferred from Kiev to Lvov State Conservatory, Ukraine, to be out of sight of the Vietnamese students in Kiev. Lantuat was not allowed to visit Vi?t Nam until 1989.
In 2001, Lantuat was the first and only Vietnamese to have received the title of "Honored Artist of the Russian
Federation" presented to him by Vladimir Putin. He is obviously a well-known name in the Russian classical music sphere whose music is still in high demand till the present day. He has also been awarded "The Order of Friendship" from President D. Medvedev and several Honored Diplomas from the Governor and Mayor of Novosibirsk. In 2010, the city of Novosibirsk organized a concert at the Opera House to celebrate his 75th birthday.
Apologies for the rough sound quality, but considering the representations of Vietnamese symphonists are not
very numerous, I thought this was an important document to share.
1. Adagio for Strings - from Symphony No. 4
2. Symphony No. 2 "My Motherland"
3. String Quartet
4. Symphony No. 3 "The Condemned's Dreams"
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Haydn Joseph - Cello Concertos, Sinfonia Concertante (Sigiswald Kuijken, Hid
Aufschnaiter - Ars Antiqua Austria / Letzbor - Dulcis Fidium Harmonia Op. IV
Geminiani - Concerti Grossi (Sigiswald Kuijken, La Petite Bande) [2012 / 198
Pancrace Royer : Pi¨¨ces de clavecin
Nick Vasallo - Monuments Emerge (2012)
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