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Tchaikovsky - Tranquillity
Daria Teizyn - piano
Daria Telizyn took up the challenge (perhaps it was Tchaikovsky's) of finding/providing the musicality in the performance. The extent to which she succeeded was evident to the music critic of the Sulzbacher Zeitung, who wrote of one of her recitals in Germany: "Were these pieces, perhaps supposed to be something more than sentimental Schumann adulation? Those who heard Daria Telizyn's interpretation of 'The Autumn Song' could not doubt it. Her playing gave expression to abandon and to soft restlessness-nuances of a thoroughly convincing assertiveness. In the remaining pieces Telizyn also shunned perfunctory salon sentimentality, playing the 'Troika' mysteriously soft and, in the 'Waltz of Flowers', taking pains to counter the blissfulness of the melody with a robust stress of the rhythm".
CR3809-2 CD Track List

1 Romance Op.5 in F minor
2 Autumn Song Op.37 II, No.10 in D major (October)
3 Barcarolle Op.37 II, No.6 in G major (June)
4 Troika Op.37 II, No.II in E major (November)
5 March from "The Nutcracker" Op.71/a
6 "Waltz of the Flowers" from "The Nutcracker" Op.71/a
7 Sentimental Waltz Op.51, No.6
8 RÍverie Interrompue Op.40, No.12
9 Humoresque Op.10, No.2
10 Dumka Op.59