Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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soh choon wee wrote: Tue Jul 19, 2022 2:52 am Is it under copy0right the Rachmaninoff-Warenburg Piano Concerto no.5 ?

Is there a scan somewhere (just location is alright, as it may be under copyright protection)?

Warenberg is still alive. It will be under copyright for a long time.
https://www.schott-music.com/en/klavier ... 16115.html
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mballan wrote: Fri Apr 06, 2012 11:00 am Il’ya Aleksandrovich Sats. Born 1875, Chernobyl: died 1912, Moscow. Attended the Moscow Conservatoire from 1897-199, where he studied cello, and composition with Taneyev. Owing to political repressions, he left Moscow to teach in Irkutsk (1900-03). He later returned to Moscow to study conducting at the Music-Dramatic School of the Moscow Philharmonic Society.
In 1905 he became music director of the Moscow Arts Theatre, for which he wrote incidental music to a number of plays including Andreyev’s ‘A Man’s Life’ and Maeterlinck’s ‘Blue Bird”. He also composed works in an avant-garde style. His daughter was the inspiration behind Prokofiev’s musical tale ‘Peter & the Wolf’.

Sats wrote very littlefor the piano – most are arrangements of pieces from the incidental music he wrote to plays. I have posted one of these – the Waltz from Yushkevich’s “Miserere”.

Sats I - Waltz from 'Miserere'.pdf
Malcolm

PS. Sats died suddenly aged just 37 years, whilst writing the music for his oratorio "Death" !!
Inspired by Gamma's recent rendition of this piece, I looked around for some of his work. I found one 4H arrangement of the polka from his score to the play The Blue Bird.. It's from a collection of Grade 3 teaching pieces. [Sats/Satz/Сац]
SATZ Christmas_Tree, polka from The Blue Bird (4H) [T. Nazarova].pdf
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Does someone has the full score of Ballad by a Soldier written by Mikhail Ziv?
Here the audio:
Thanks in advance
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JHA 1980 wrote: Tue Sep 14, 2021 1:20 am Does anyone have a PDF of Bortkiewicz opus 48?
I just joined today and do no know how to share my PDF file. Yes, I Have the Op.48 as I Have almost everything ever written by him. I have over 30 GB of rare scores of over 500 composers. Please advise how I share on this site.
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mivoryman wrote: Thu Aug 04, 2022 3:48 am
JHA 1980 wrote: Tue Sep 14, 2021 1:20 am Does anyone have a PDF of Bortkiewicz opus 48?
I just joined today and do no know how to share my PDF file. Yes, I Have the Op.48 as I Have almost everything ever written by him. I have over 30 GB of rare scores of over 500 composers. Please advise how I share on this site.
Strange I missed this request as the world's authority on the composer ! Op 48 duly attached.

Malcolm
Bortkiewicz - Op 48 Im 3-4 Takt Sechs Klavierstücke.pdf

mivoryman - welcome to the site. To post scores - go to the thread related to the work you wish to share. Click on 'Post a Reply' and that will take you into a narrative box to add message (as you did with the above message). Below the narrative box you will see two tabs - Options & Attachments - click on the attachment one. You will see a button saying 'Add files' - click on that and you can then browse your collection and just click on a score and it will automatically transfer to the 'Attachment' box. Wait a few seconds for it to upload. Then position in the narrative box where you wish to place the score - and then click on the button 'Place inline'. That means if anyone is searching for a composer or work the search facility will alert them to the composer or work. Then click 'Preview' button to check you are Ok with the posting, and then click on 'Submit'.

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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fhimpsl wrote: Wed Jun 08, 2011 5:26 am Dear Malc and Duirton,

I couldn't agree more with Rob's comment re. this transcription achievement. It is nothing short of magic. Duirton, with your keen eyesight you have brought to life what for me with my poor eyesight was not much more than scattered chicken-scratchings on ancient paper. I can't possibly commend you enough for your efforts in transcribing this important piece of music. And even more importantly, thank you for sharing the results of all this hard work with us. That is the true spirit of what Pianophilia is all about. Your generosity is truly appreciated by myself and I'm sure by all other members of this wonderful website. And it is also a tribute to Arthur Lourie, a great composer, and by extrapolation also a tribute to one of the greatest piano composers of all time, Alexander Scriabin.

With sincere thanks,

Frank

Has somebody transcribed in similar fashion the Op.13 Masques? Maybe some of Duiton's magic???
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mivoryman wrote: Sat Aug 06, 2022 1:39 am
fhimpsl wrote: Wed Jun 08, 2011 5:26 am Dear Malc and Duirton,

I couldn't agree more with Rob's comment re. this transcription achievement. It is nothing short of magic. Duirton, with your keen eyesight you have brought to life what for me with my poor eyesight was not much more than scattered chicken-scratchings on ancient paper. I can't possibly commend you enough for your efforts in transcribing this important piece of music.........etc
Frank

Has somebody transcribed in similar fashion the Op.13 Masques? Maybe some of Duiton's magic???
Not to my knowledge. Duirton is no longer a member of this site, and Frank tragically died last year (a dear friend and noted member of this site).

Malcolm
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