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2456-booklet.indd 5 30.08.16 15:46 Sergei Taneyev was one ofthe most significant Russian composers ofthe late 19th and early 20th centuries. The music written by Taneyev, a pupil and friend ofPyotr Tchaikovskys, is notable for its loyalty tohis teachers traditions and admiration for thegreat classical composers ofthe past, primarily J.S. Bach and Beethoven .

Taneyevs musical language had a determining idea of the need for Russian music togo through thestage ofcontrapuntal development and creation ofan even deeper style that would enrich themusical texture ofthe socalled Russian polyphony. An author oflarge-scale symphonic works, Taneyev was arguably thefirst Russian composer tocontribute somuch tothe genre ofchamber music. About twenty chamber instrumental works (trios, quartets and quintets) are aproof ofperfection and singularity ofthe composers prowess .

Taneyev was aprominent musical theorist. He devoted many years toteaching, being a professor and for some time director of the Moscow Conservatory. He had Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Medtner and Glire among his students, and was on friendly terms with Rimsky-Korsakov and Glazunov .

The String Trio inE flat major, Op. 31 (19101911), was originally composed for violin, viola and tenor viola. Wilhelm Altman transposed thetenor viola part for cello .

Thetenor viola tuned one octave lower than theviolin was designed in1848 inWrzburg byKarl Adam Hrlein. In Moscow, theinstrument was copied bythe violin master Evgeny Vitaek. Vitaeks instrument was played byAlfred Glen when thetrio was performed for thefirst time .

The E flat major Trio impresses with its wealth ofpolyphony and melodic language, imposing high requirements toits performer. This music significantly contributed tothe string trio repertoire .

The String Trio inB minor is Taneyevs last known chamber piece. It was composed in1913 and has two movements. Thebeautiful lyrical themes ofthe work are congenial tomelodiousness ofRussian songs. Some ofthe bits ofthe second movement themes with variations remained draft versions after Taneyevs death and were completed for their first publication byMuzgiz in1948 .

Mark Lubotsky 2456-booklet.indd 6 30.08.16 15:46 Mark Lubotsky (violinist) was born inLeningrad. Graduated from theMoscow Conservatory as a violinist under Abram Yampolsky, and then completed a postgraduate course under David Oistrakh .

Lubotsky is deeply commited toOistrakhs musical ethics and this signifies the striving for maximum concurrence between emotional and intellectual components on ahigh technical level ofinterpretation. His many recordings ofclassical-romantic and modern violin concert repertoire as well as of chamber music provide ample evidence of this. When a student, he made good friends with Alfred Schnittke who dedicated his Second Violin Concerto and three violin sonatas tohim. Lubotsky played thefirst performance ofSchnittkes First and Second Violin Concertos to the composers greatest satisfaction and also the first performance ofSchnittkes Piano Trio, which Lubotsky played with Irina Schnittke (piano) and Mstislav Rostropovich (cello) .

Mark Lubotsky has won prizes atinternational competitions such asSalzburg Mozart Competition and Moscow Tchaikovsky competition. Conductors, with whom Mark Lubotsky has performed asa soloist, are Kirill Kondrashin, Eugene Ormandy, Mstislav Rostropovich, Evgeny Svetlanov, Bernard Haitink, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Kurt Sanderling and others. Orchestras, with which he has played or made recordings, are Moscow Philharmonic, English Chamber Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra (London), Concertgebouw Orchester (Amsterdam), 7 Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra etc. Lubotskys piano partners are Ljubov Edlina, Boris Berman, Peter Frankl, Ralf Gothoni and Brenno Ambrosini .

2456-booklet.indd 7 30.08.16 15:46 Mark Lubotsky has been extremely successful asa teacher. Several ofhis pupils have won international competitions. He taught atGnesin Institute inMoscow and was agranted professorship atthe Sweelinck Conservatory inAmsterdam and atthe Hamburg Conservatory ofMusik. Lubotsky has held master cources atthe Toho University in Tokyo, at the Oakland University in New Zealand, the Guild Hall School ofMusik inLondon, atthe St. Petersburg Musik Conservatory, atthe Sibelius Academy inHelsinki and inGteborg .

Ferdinand Erblich (viola) was born inVienna in1946. He studied theviolin atthe Vienna Music Academy with professor Josef Sivo. After Erblich decided to switch over to viola, he continued his education with Hatto Beyerle, aviolist ofthe Alban Berg Quartet. Peter Schidlof, aviolist from thelegendary Amadeus Quartet, also played an important part in Erblichs upbringing as a musician .

In 1971, Ferdinand Erblich became aconcertmaster ofthe viola section ofthe Bavarian Radio Orchestra inMunich, and later ofthe Grzenich Orchestra Cologne. Apart from his activities inthe orchestra, he performed a lot as a soloist and chamber musician. In 1976, Erblich co-founded theOrlando Quartet, with which he performed on the worlds best stages for more than twenty years. In 1983, Erblich became a viola professor of the Royal Conservatory of the Hague, the Netherlands .

He continues to be a successful performer playing in chamber line-ups, including theLubotsky Trio with theviolinist Mark Lubotsky and thecellist Olga DowbuschLubotsky. Ferdinand Erblich plays an instrument made by Allesandro dEspine in1840, inTurin .

2456-booklet.indd 8 30.08.16 15:46 Olga Dowbusch-Lubotsky (cello) was born in Russia (Saratov). She started playing cello at the age of seven. Olga got her musical education in Moscow and Hamburg. Having graduated from theHamburg University ofMusic, cello class of prof. Wolfgang Mehlhorn, she actively started her concert career asa soloist and achamber musician. Olga Dowbusch-Lubotsky plays solo concerts in Holland, France, Spain, Sweden, Finland, Germany and Russia. She also takes part inmajor music festivals such as Kuhmo (Finland), Peter the Great (Peter de Grote, the Netherlands), etc .

Olga performs together with such pianists asIrina Schnittke, Geoffrey Madge, Ralf Gothoni, Vladimir Skanavi; violinists Alexander Brussilovsky, Katarina Andreasson, Mark Lubotsky; violists Vladimir Mendelssohn, Ferdinand Erblich and others .

She is a permanent member of the Lubotsky Trio together with aviolinist Mark Lubotsky .

Among theworks ofromantic composers Olga Dowbusch-Lubotsky pays agreat attention tothe contemporary music ofsuch composers asSofia Gubaidulina, Alfred Schnittke, Alexander Raskatov, Viktor Suslin, Valentin Silvestrov. She successfully played theDutch premiere ofSofia Gubaidulinas Repentance for cello, double bass and three guitars inthe Netherlands, Groningen, in2010 .

Along with her concert activity Olga currently heads thecello class atthe International Alfred Schnittke Music Academy inHamburg .

   

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Mark Lubotsky, violin Ferdinand Erblich, viola Olga Dowbusch-Lubotsky, cello Recorded atthe church ofSt. John inCurslack, Germany, in2015 .

Sound engineer Hans Erblich Editor Natalia Storchak Design Ildar Kryukov Translation Nikolay Kuznetsov On the cover is an artwork by Boris Zhutovsky Portrait of Taneyev (2016) .

   




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