Khachaturian: Cello Concerto in E minor, Concerto–Rhapsody for cello and orchestra


Khachaturian’s Cello Concerto (1946) was the last of his triptych of concertos to be written but remains the least known of the three, chiefly as a result of being one of the works condemned by the infamous Zhdanov Decree of 1948 for the supposed crimes of ‘formalism’ and not being ...

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