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Contemporary Russian Composer Oleg Paiberdin
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D. Kettle. String Trios from the East

The medieval deconstructions of Oleg Paiberdin’s Organum A-nn-A (2000) seem more in tune with the trio’s cool, rather objective approach, as does Alexander Knaifel’s enigmatic E.F. and three visiting cards of the poet (2008), which calls on them to breathe and whisper as part of the score.
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P. van Belkom. CD-presintatie: Goeyvaerts Trio — String Trios from the East [PDF]

Je hoort dikwijls zelfs van de ervarenere concertgangers dat ze geen touw aan hedendaagse klassieke muziek vast kunnen knopen. De muziek wordt als ‘onsamenhangend’ of ‘arbitrair’ omschreven. En laten we wel wezen; het muzikale idioom van hedendaagse klassieke muziek staat soms mijlenver van de klanken uit de dagelijkse muziekbeleving van een groot gedeelte van de luisteraars vandaan. Het is moeilijk om de niet-conventionele muziek te relateren aan iets dat bekend is.
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String Trios from the East [PDF]

Their highly economical attitude towards sound — we are not talking here about minimalism, but rather a kind of maximalism, expressed through limited musical means that can initially give the illusion of being minimal (a world in a grain of sand) — corresponds to the extreme, often fragile, states of spirit with which they deal, and which could only have been arrived at by musicians with such a background.
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String Trios from the East [PDF]

As composers all of them have to different degrees adopted a highly personal and economical approach towards their music, where the sound world incorporated is more readily accessible to the listener.
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T.Rigail. Le manque pressant d’une musique
remplie de choses vécues... [PDF]

L’année France-Russie, à côté des célébrations attendues, permet des initiatives plus originales et pertinentes, à l’image de ce week-end organisé sur un principe d’échange par deux ensembles de musiques contemporaines, l’Ensemble Aleph et le Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble : dans des programmes conjoints, l’ensemble français va exécuter des œuvres de jeunes compositeurs russes quand l’ensemble russe jouera des œuvres de compositeurs français. Pour ces concerts donnés en France, c’est à juste titre les œuvres russes qui dominent le programme : elles permettront d’entendre des compositeurs encore peu joués chez nous, comme Nicolay Khrust, Geörgy Dorokhov ou Oleg Paiberdin, mais aussi de s’interroger sur cette nouvelle musique russe, écrite par des compositeurs qui sont entrés dans le monde de la musique après la chute du régime soviétique.
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The Kuenstlerhaus Lukas: the place for creativeness of painters, writers and composers

The history of the artists’ colony and the artists’ village Ahrenshoop covers more than 100 years. The Kuenstlerhaus Lukas (Artists’ House Luke) has a part in this development because it invites artists from different genres and different countries to stay and work at Ahrenshoop and make their artistic results public.
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A.Meleshkina. “Anthem in memory of H.Purcell” of Oleg Paiberdin: it is new decision of the old genre

So, Anthem as old genre acquires new quality thanks to O.Paiberdin’s execution. Here is comprehension of Anthem in context of contemporary outlook. With peculiar invention the composer outlines some circles of sound substance (phonic, structural and compositional), treating idea of circle as return of ancient tradition on new coil of spiral. The author achieves of gradual pressure of these circles by various means, responding to present-day reality, which accelerates every time. Paiberdin steps aside from the declared genre as far as possible and at the same time restores to its primary meaning as anthem. Anthem in memory of H.Purcell is a hymn for H.Purcell and his epoch, when composition invention had been estimated.
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A.Meleshkina. A search of artist priority in O.Paiberdin’s creation

Choosing this or that historically structured music genre, O.Paiberdin contemplates it as new one, thinking over ancient things in the material of contemporary possibilities. Often such links open original meanings of genres. In basis of O.Paiberdin’s intentions lies legible rationalism. And this corresponds to epoch, in which the composer becomes author of new devices, which are not only forming any ideas, but which are themselves ideas.
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N.Ivanchuk. Composer Oleg Paiberdin

“I think that artist has a litle of that, that he has to tell about that,—Oleg Paiberdin speaks.—Above all, artist must size up himself creative possibilities correctly.” For the young composer it is particularly important to understend himself vocation and to hear inside of himself. O.Paiberdin convinced that he can write not so much music, but it must be peculiar answer for his inner impetus. Provincialism is specific comprehension of the world for O.Paiberdin. It is peculiar antithesis for unspirituality, tastelessness, commerce approach to art and publicity, which absorbs all around. Therefore, the composer seeks to actualize himself ideas in that sphere, where he has possible to stop on things, which are the more close to him. Currently, the composer supposes, it is one of methods for “spiritual security” of artist.
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LACONICA. MUSIC, SHORTLY: micro-miniatures from 1 second before 1 minute [the Ural philharmonic project]

Today the world is quickly disappearing situation. But incapacity to speak about future exactly and certainly is not justification for silence. The better to have imagination and inspiration, then “to be right”. Future comes rapidly, therefore the aim of the project is some test for personal concentration of attention and reception of extremely compressed works. We run not to amusement but we flow rapidly to extreme creative effort not only for composers but for audiance as well.
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