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«Edges of talk» for flute/ flute piccolo, cello and piano (2007). Performed by: I. Bushuev (flute/ flute piccolo), N. Solonovich (cello), M. Dubov (piano)

The conversation presents itself there in the most varied forms: dramatic heat and bitter irony, philosophy and contemplation, dispute and reflexion, conversation in half-voices and shout, conversation at the top of the voice and whisper and many other qualities as well. So, musicians carry out theatrical performance during the course of their concert playing.

Katya Kulkova – the composer, whose works are distinguished by a depth of emotions and bright imaginative sphere in combination with a high technique and clear formal structure. She is in constant search of synthesis of all the best that has been found by composers during last epoch, and the most important opening of the Newest music.

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The «garden of butterflies»composition is built from many «butterflies» — a one-day composed-improvised pieces, that became one of composer's blog post type. The composition is a 42-minute long electro-acoustic composition and the division in parts is made only for better listening experience.

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Mikhail Puchkov strives to stay apart the musical styles, searching that inner music he is being bound to. His search can lead him towards primitivism and «the new simplicity” or to some experiments in the electronic music. The composer by himself treats that only as a preparation to the search of his own style as a long path of studying and revealing the hidden.

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Performed by: Nadezhda Artamonova (violin), Sergey Kondrashov (conductor), orchestra «Russian philharmony». Recorded live September 11, 2008 at the concert in Composers House, Moscow.

The music here is composed as organic and free as if the author is born with the classical form within… The composition is complete and convincing, with that warmth available only to the sound of the violin Произведение получилось цельное и убедительное, с той теплотой и сердечностью, какая присуща только звучанию скрипки.
Mikhail Puchkov, «Russian Musician 2.0»

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Moscow Conservatory alumni. Author of music for several movies and series. In his works he strives for the simplicity and clarity of the musical language.

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Composition for flute, clarinet, french horn, violin and cello.

The future in the piece is showed as an existing reality. Instruments go out of their initial nature and nearly lose it completely. The inaudibility of certain moments confirms the transition of the music to a new form when the situation of concert performance becomes the important thing without the necessity of having sounding realisation.

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Performers: Dmitry Tolpegov (trombone) and Department of Defense's Symphony orchestra, conductor — N. Sokolov.

I'm greatly interested in torsion fields' divergence, so I wanted to reproduce them through music... Joke :) It's an one movement concerto, traditional music written simply for the joy of the music itself :)

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The main idea of this one-movement composition is the search of non-standard approach to the string quartet genre and destruction of several stereotyped being applied to the quartet music. The role of pitch is secondary in this composition. Several rhythmic formulas and their transformations majorly through polyphonic techniques and also the sounds of majorly destructive and broken nature are the "building blocks" of this piece. All this leads to the creation of sound thicket that sometimes suddenly shut off or gradually rise or transform in the mechanical zones of rhythmic pulsation...

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A traditionalist. The traditionalist. And a trombonist.
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