Wladimir Woronoff

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Russian-born Belgian composer. Born St. Petersburg, Jan. 5, 1903; died Brussels, April 21, 1980.

In 1954 he destroyed most of his early works, including the ballet Le Masque de la mort rouge, Suite de Bruxelles for Orch., and Concert lyrique for Piano and Orch.; he revised most of his remaining scores. His catalogue of extant works after this self-auto-da-fé includes La Foule for Bass, Chorus, and Orch. (1934; rev. 1965), Annas et le Lépreux for Low Voice and Piano (1946), Les 12,3 fragments from the poem by Alexander Blok, for Low Voice and Orch. or Piano (1921-63), Strophes concertantes for Piano and Orch. (1964), Lueur tournante for Narrator and Orch. (1967), Tripartita for Viola and Chamber Orch. (1970), and Vallées for 2 Pianos (1971).
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DBM-F259, DBM-F 259 Wladimir Woronoff - Œuvres Pour Deux Pianos album art J. Absil* - J. Fontyn* - J. Jongen* - M. Quinet* - W. Woronoff*, Raya Birguer - Pauline Marcelle (2) J. Absil* - J. Fontyn* - J. Jongen* - M. Quinet* - W. Woronoff*, Raya Birguer - Pauline Marcelle (2) - Œuvres Pour Deux Pianos(LP) Alpha Brussels, Alpha Brussels DBM-F259, DBM-F 259 Belgium 1977 Sell This Version