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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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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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For violin and piano.

Performed by soloists of the Nostri Temporis ensemble: Boris Konyukhov (violin) and Alexey Shmurak (piano).

Under Construction is an effort of reconstructing the unexercised composition for violin and piano, probably a fantasy (the initial violin "cadenza" points on that) or some sort of romantic-type violin sonata in one movement. The sounds try to reconstruct this composition, but being deformating by their nature they build just a contour of the piece, its framework, that is something different in its "unbuilt" nature rather than the intention of "built" and complete composition.

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Concerto for cello and five wind instruments. Performed by eNsemble (ProArte Institute, final round of Step to the left competition. February 8, 2008).

Adagio molto is based on a one-part instrumental concerto's framework that includes two themes, virtuosic cadenza and the opposition of a solo instrument and the ensemble. Title is related to quite low main tempo, but also emphasizes lyric aspect of composition, which is hidden and broken by outward hardness of material and “some deliberately provocative musical gestures”.

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Georgy Dorokhov's style is a lucky mix of rational and emotional, logical and creative aspects. Being a Moscow Conservatory student, he is already a composer with his own distinguishable style. Works of Dorokhov got several awards on composers competitions

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