Emil Tabakov – Complete Symphonies, Vol. 1 | 2016 | FLAC

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Emil Tabakov – Complete Symphonies, Vol. 1 | 2016 | FLAC
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FLAC (log,tracks+cue), Lossless | Toccata Classics |  318 Mb
Five Bulgarian Dances
01. No. 1. Moderato
02. No. 2. Presto
03. No. 3. Allegro molto
04. No. 4. Moderato
05. No. 5. Allegro molto
Symphony No. 8
06. I. Largo
07. II. Largo
08. III. Presto
Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Emil Tabakov – composer, conductor
    The Bulgarian Emil Tabakov (b. 1947) follows in the footsteps of such
musicians as Gustav Mahler and Richard Strauss, being active as both
composer and conductor. Like Mahler, he prefers to write for large
forces and now has nine symphonies to his name. Again like Mahler,
Tabakov’s symphonies explore the darker side of the human spirit in epic scores as austere as they are powerful.
    In the atmospheric and
expansive Symphony No. 8 (2007–9), the dynamism suppressed in the first
two movements is released in a cathartic discharge of energy in the
finale. The ebullient Five Bulgarian Dances provide a complete contrast, taking Balkan folk-rhythms as the basis for their pile-driving vigour.
Both works receive their first recordings here, in this first album in a project to release all nine of the Tabakov symphonies. Emil Tabakov
first took to the podium at the age of seventeen and won the Nikolai
Malko Young Conductors Competition in Copenhagen in 1977. At the head of a number of Bulgarian orchestras and as guest conductor of many
orchestras elsewhere he has performed all over the world. Beginning to
compose at the age of fourteen. He has now written nine symphonies and
an impressive series of concertos. The Symphony Orchestra of Bulgarian
National Radio, here making its first appearance on Toccata Classics,
has acquired a leading position in Bulgarian musical culture and among
the community of radio formations of Europe.
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