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The 33rd Chikara Kishimoto Bass Recital—from Russian Classical Vocal Music to Soviet Film Scores

Date Sat, Oct 26, 2019 19:00 (Open 18:30)
Venue

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

Genre Concert


Artists

Bass: Chikara Kishimoto


Guitar: Koichi Kezuka


Bandoneon: Satoshi Kitamura


Recitation: Futoshi Moriyama


Program

[I]


Alexander Varlamov (1801-1848):


“I Loved You” (Japan Premiere)


“The Sail”


“The Mountain Heights”


 


[II]


Alexander Gurilyov (1803-1858):


“The Lovely Bird Has Flown”


“Separation” (Japan Premiere)


“You Can Not Understand My Grief” (Japan Premiere)


“Monotonously Rings the Little Bell”


“A Seaman’s Song” (Japan Premiere)


 


[III]Soviet Songs


Sergei Novikov (1896-1984): “Roads”


Boris Mokrousov (1909-1968): “Lonely Accordion”


Ilya Shatrov (1885-1952): “On the Hills of Manchuria”


 


[IV] Soviet Film Scores Selection


Nikita Bogoslovsky: “Dark Is the Night” from the film “Two Soldiers”


Mikael Tariverdiev: “Somewhere Far Away” from the TV series “Seventeen Moments of Spring” (Japan Premiere)


Yan Frenkel: “Russian Field” from the film “The Crown of the Russian Empire, or Once Again the Elusive Avengers”


Veniamin Basner: “On the Nameless Height” from the film “Silence” (Japan Premiere)


Mikhail Nozhkin: “The Last Battle” from the film series “Liberation” (Japan Premiere)


Tickets

Prices (tax included)

General Admission 4,000yen Students 3,000yen


Other Information

Inquiries

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