Salva: Cello Concerto
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Tadeas Salva was one of the foremost Slovakian composers of his generation. His studies equipped him with a thorough awareness of the new Polish School, and his temperament inclined him toward a synthesis between contemporary technique and the inspiration of folklore. The cello was his favourite instrument. The Concerto is vibrantly orchestrated, absorbingly contoured and shares something of Penderecki's aesthetic. The Slovak Concerto Grosso marries Stravinskian virtuosity with folk impressions, the Three Arias and Little Suite are touching, inspired miniatures whilst the unfinished Preludes illustrate Salva's richness of originality and imagination.
As a student Eugen Prochac twice won the Slovak Conservatories competition. He won the Interpretation Competition of Slovakia (1983) and the international Premio Valentino Bucchi Competition (1990) in Rome. Concert tours have taken him to many European music centres, and also to Canada, Japan, Argentina, United Arab Emirates, Iran, and many other countries.