Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Hello! I would like to ask where can find these scores please? I tried everything but no result. Thank you very much!

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Fedor Dubyansky - they start from page 4 in the attached section from the album 'Russian Composers of 17th & 18th Centuries' (only the first part- for some strange reason will not let me post the whole album) ?

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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mballan wrote: Mon Nov 27, 2023 9:15 am Fedor Dubyansky - they start from page 4 in the attached section from the album 'Russian Composers of 17th & 18th Centuries' (only the first part- for some strange reason will not let me post the whole album) ?
Don't know why - but then again you have had a birthday recently :-)

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Hi,

Does anyone have a copy of, or know where I might find Kabalevsky's Second Piano Concerto, the revised version?

There's a version in many corners of the Internet that is the original version of the piece, but I'm wondering is there specifically a copy of the revised version, particularly if it's arranged for two pianos?

His works are so hard to find, none can found outside of the sonatas, preludes and children's pieces...
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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formergophers wrote: Mon Nov 27, 2023 9:24 pm Hi,

Does anyone have a copy of, or know where I might find Kabalevsky's Second Piano Concerto, the revised version?

There's a version in many corners of the Internet that is the original version of the piece, but I'm wondering is there specifically a copy of the revised version, particularly if it's arranged for two pianos?

His works are so hard to find, none can found outside of the sonatas, preludes and children's pieces...
Formergophers - I have a lot of Kabalevsky, so feel free to contact me if you want to let me know what you may be after. Do you a date for the revised version of the PC 2 ?

malcolm.ballan@gmail.com

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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A couple years ago there was some interest in Florian Noack's transcription of Shostakovich's Waltz #2.


I recently found a copy on pdfcoffee, but wasn't sure about posting a direct link due to copyright concerns. That site doesn't have a search box, but googling with "site:" works. Or worst case, send me a PM.
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quercus wrote: Mon Dec 11, 2023 11:09 pm A couple years ago there was some interest in Florian Noack's transcription of Shostakovich's Waltz #2.
-video-

I recently found a copy on pdfcoffee, but wasn't sure about posting a direct link due to copyright concerns. That site doesn't have a search box, but googling with "site:" works. Or worst case, send me a PM.
Easily and cheaply available edition respecting copyright at
https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/en/produ ... 37898.html
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Hello
Did anyone have Mikhail Korbas elegie В мире вечной печали op.27 ,elegie Элегия : Павшим героям союзных держав op.29 and romance 'Мухи как черные мысли' op.26 ?
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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W.Ch. wrote: Sat Jan 06, 2024 4:21 pm Hello
Did anyone have Mikhail Korbas elegie В мире вечной печали op.27 ,elegie Элегия : Павшим героям союзных держав op.29 and romance 'Мухи как черные мысли' op.26 ?
Thanks :)
His Op.16 Elegy "Chopin's Last Chords" is easy to acquire (via https://starinnye-noty.ru/%D0%BF%D0%BE% ... %BD%D0%B0/ ) but other works may require checking a library in Belarus: http://unicat.nlb.by/opac/pls/!search.h ... 6768288%22

Malcolm may be able to assist further. Do you think this might be Mikhail G. Korbas? https://poisk.re/awards/1561089482
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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bingo wrote: Sun Jan 07, 2024 3:48 am
W.Ch. wrote: Sat Jan 06, 2024 4:21 pm Hello
Did anyone have Mikhail Korbas elegie В мире вечной печали op.27 ,elegie Элегия : Павшим героям союзных держав op.29 and romance 'Мухи как черные мысли' op.26 ?
Thanks :)
His Op.16 Elegy "Chopin's Last Chords" is easy to acquire (via https://starinnye-noty.ru/%D0%BF%D0%BE% ... %BD%D0%B0/ ) but other works may require checking a library in Belarus: http://unicat.nlb.by/opac/pls/!search.h ... 6768288%22

Malcolm may be able to assist further. Do you think this might be Mikhail G. Korbas? https://poisk.re/awards/1561089482
Korbas is actually a very difficult composer to track down - I can not find find any biographical information in any of my book (Russian and English), and beyond a march and the Chopin last chord work, I have nothing else. Was a Belarus composer circa early 1900s, and I see bingo has given a couple of links. Seems a number of his works are held in the Belrus National Library but obtaining copies may be every difficult owing to the current situation with Russia (but can not help to enquire).

There are two Mikhail G Korbas - one from the army (the link), the other the composer. When searching in Russian best to use the word composer by the name being searched i.e. михаил корбас композитор.

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