Alla Pavlova: Composer and Musicologist: Discography

“Have you given up on modern symphonies as sources of melodic reward? Pavlova will restore your faith.”Rob Barnet. Music Web International

Symphonies Nos. 7 and 8

Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra. Gintaras Rinkevicius, conductor. Saule Rinkeviciute, violin 9.70183

Spellbinding Classics: Classical Music for the Witching Hour

Various artists 9.00197

Binders Full of Women… Composers

Various artists 9.00149

Classical Music for Twilight

Various artists 9.00147

My Bleeding Valentine

Various artists 9.00123

Symphony No. 6 / Thumbelina Suite

Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Moscow. Patrick Baton, conductor. Mikhail Shestakov violin 8.579003

Classical Meditation
Composers: Alla Pavlova, Samuel Barber; Arthur Bliss; Frederick Delius; Edward Elgar; Arvo Part, et al. 8.570364-65

Sonic Rebellion
Composers: John Adams, Philip Glass, Henryk Gorecki, George Antheil, John Cage, Arvo Pärt, John Tavener, Steve Reich, Einojuhani Rautavara, Olivier Messiaen, Alla Pavlova (Track 11. Sulamith Suite. Introduction), Krzysztof Penderecki. 8.572090

Strings (Eternal)
Music by Barber, Glass, Pavlova, Suk, Dvořák, Gorecki, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky, Part, Grieg 8.578027

Symphony No. 5 and Elegy for Piano and String Orchestra

Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio. Vladimir Ziva, conductor. Andrei Korobeinikov piano (2007)

NAXOS: “21st Century Classics” 8.570369

“This spellbinding symphony will hold your attention from its very first to last note.”

Bob McQuiston, Classical Lost and Found ( )

Monologue for Violin and String Orchestra; The Old New York Nostalgia (Suite); Sulamith (Ballet Suite)

Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra. Rossen Milanov, conductor. Yaroslav Krasnikov violin (2006)

NAXOS: “21st Century Classics” 8.557674

“This latest edition you simply cannot fail to enjoy.”

David’s Review Corner (

Symphonies No. 2 and No. 4

Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio. Vladimir Fedoseyev, conductor. Yaroslav Krasnikov, violin. Georgy Khachikyan organ (2005)

NAXOS: “21st Century Classics” 8.557566

“If you like symphonic film music, you should hasten to buy this. I enjoyed it, and the sound quality is fine.”

David’s Review Corner (

Symphonies No. 1 and No. 3

Russian Philharmonia Orchestra. Konstantin Krimets (Symphony No. 1), conductor. Alexander Vedernikov (Symphony No. 3) conductor (2003)

NAXOS: “21st Century Classics” 8.557157

“I found myself listening again and again (Symphony No. 1) to see if I could crack the mystery of the piece, always in vain but always drawn back by the lyrical beauty of its melodic and contrapuntal line. The Symphony demonstrates beyond doubt a rare compositional talent.”

Matthew Shorter, BBC

“This CD presents some of the most interesting contemporary Russian music I have heard in some time.”

John Sunier, Audiophile Audition

“This music … an undeniable balm for tired minds and bruised ears …”

Raymond Tuttle, Classical Reviews (

Symphony No. 2, “The Old New York Nostalgia” (Suite), Elegy for Piano and String Orchestra

International Symphony Orchestra “Globalis,” Konstantin Krimets. Yaroslav Krasnikov, solo violin. Peter Izotov piano

Albany Records, TROY397, (2000)

Piano, Vocal, and Instrumental Music (1996)

National Public Radio said about this CD, “… in Pavlova's music you find a special quality of [the] Russian way of thinking. Let’s say, it comes from the way of thinking found in Chekhov, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff.”

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