Tariverdiev :: Film Music

The Iron Curtain made sure Mikael Taraverdiev remained relatively unknown in the west, but from the early 1960s to his death the early 1990s, he was one of the Soviet Union's most celebrated musicians, composing more than 130 film and TV scores, along with countless other projects. It's his film music that is the focus of Earth Records' new three-disc compilation -- and it's a wonderful introduction to the world of Tariverdiev.

I haven't seen the three films this music was meant to accompany . . .

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