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Episode 3

Pavel Kolesnikov (piano) performs Schumann's Nachtstucke and Scriabin's Vers la flamme. Plus the Cavaleri Quartet in Hilary Tann's And the Snow Did Lie.

A return to Gower Festival and St. Andrew's Church, Newton, for Schumann's Nachtstücke and Scriabin played by the brilliant young Russian pianist, now a Radio 3 New Generation Artist, Pavel Kolesnikov, and then on to Presteigne Festival for the world premiere performance of Hilary Tann's first string quartet, "And the Snow did Lie", given by the Cavaleri Quartet in St. Andrew's Church. The Quartet is based on a series of lithographs created by Andre Bergeron which depict a Northern landscape. The images are available to look at via the radio 3 website.

Schumann: Nachtstücke, Op 23
Scriabin: Vers la flamme, Op 72
Pavel Kolesnikov, piano

Hilary Tann: And the Snow Did Lie
Cavaleri Quartet.

58 minutes

Music Played

  • Robert Schumann

    Nachtstucke, Op 23

    Performer: Pavel Kolesnikov.
  • Robert Schumann

    Nachtstücke, Op 23

    Performer: Pavel Kolesnikov.
  • Alexander Scriabin

    Vers la flamme, Op 72

    Performer: Pavel Kolesnikov.
  • Alexander Scriabin

    Vers La Flamme Op.72

    Performer: Pavel Kolesnikov.
  • Frédéric Chopin

    Nocturne in C sharp

    Performer: Pavel Kolesnikov.
  • Frédéric Chopin

    Nocturne in C sharp minor Op.posth

    Performer: Pavel Kolesnikov.
  • Hilary Tann

    And the Snow did Lie

    Ensemble: Cavaleri Quartet.
  • Hilary Tann

    And the Snow did Lie

    Ensemble: Cavaleri Quartet.

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