The Soviet Composers' Union adopted the unwritten rule that one composer would be selected to take the heat for all of them—Klebanov was it. Although Klebanov was spared exile to Siberia, or worse, he was relegated to an obscure existence and spent most of this period composing politically correct works of "socialist realism" with titles like Ode for the Party and "First of May" Symphony.
Following thirty years in de facto exile, Klebanov thawed out with the rest of the USSR in the s. Klebanov suggested Ms. Tenenbaum perform his own Violin Concerto, and after the success of that venture the following season, he wrote a viola concerto expressly for her.
This work had a positive reception in several Russian cities and Klebanov found his long-stifled creative energies reviving.
Another new work followed, Japanese Silhouettes for soprano, viola d'amore and instrumental ensemble, based on haiku texts translated into Russian. This work was recorded for Radio Kiev with soprano Natalia Kraftzova, and a "rehabilitation" of Klebanov seemed imminent. But the composer died in , just short of his 80th birthday, and soon artistic chaos engulfed the disintegrating Soviet Union. His music disappeared and was thought to have been lost in a fire and flood which destroyed the Musical Foundation building where his scores were kept.
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Prelude " La fille aux cheveux de lin ". Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf. Andrey Esaulov —c. Varvara Gaigerova. Alexander Glazunov. Mikhail Glinka. Variations on Alyabyev's Romance "The Nightingale". Christoph Willibald Gluck.
Alexandr Griboyedov. Kara Karayev. Aram Khachaturian. Ivan Khandoshkin. See Musical hoax. Notturno: Liebestraum No. Felix Mendelssohn. Louis-Toussaint Milandre. Nikolai Myaskovsky. Vladimir Odoevsky. Sergei Prokofiev. Pieces from the Ballet " Romeo and Juliet " , Op. Carnaval is taken from No. Sergei Rachmaninoff. Prelude , Op. Sonata in G minor , Op. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Flight of the Bumblebee — Gioachino Rossini.
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