Sergei Nakariakov – Trumpet Woks – 1992
At the age of 29, Sergei Nakariakov has already broken through more than a few of the perceived boundaries framing the world of the trumpet in classical music.
Dubbed “The Paganini of the trumpet” by the Finnish press after a performance at the Korsholm Festival when he was only 13 years old, and in 1997 “Caruso of theTrumpet” by Musik und Theater, Sergei has developed a unique musical voice, which is, much more than a vehicle for astonishing virtuosity.
His repertoire includes not only the entire range of original literature for the trumpet; but is continually expanding into broader territories, including many fascinating transcriptions, while he searches for ever new means of musical expression.
At the same time, he has single-handedly brought
the flügelhorn to prominence on the concert platform.
His recent CD for Teldec – with whom he has recorded exclusively since he is 15 years old – is appropriately entitled, “No Limit”; and includes performances with the Philharmonia, conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy, of an extraordinary range of transcriptions of characteristically romantic pieces by Saint-Saens, Tchaikovsy, Bruch, Massenet and Gershwin.
Sergei Nakariakov, trumpet – Alexander Markovich, piano
Sergei Nakarjakov – Trumpet Works – 1992
*01 – Rhapsody in blue.mp3
*02 – Concert valse.mp3
*03 – Carnival of venice.mp3
*04 – Pavane pour une infante defunte.mp3
*05 – Rondo for lifey.mp3
*06 – Albumblatt.mp3
*07 – Burleske.mp3
*08 – Arbucklenian polka.mp3
*09 – Poem.mp3
*10 – Flight of the bumblebee.mp3
*11 – Hora staccato.mp3