Mongolian Composers

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Mongolian Composers

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Hello! Nice to meet you! May I ask where can find the piano score of 24 preludes by Sembiin Gonchigsumlaa and the variation on a theme of Mongolian folk song and the first piano concerto by Zunduin Khangal and the piano score of Мандухай сэсэн хатан by Natsagiyi Zhantsannorov (Jantsannorov) (ЖАНЦАННОРОВ Нацагий )please. I tried to find it but no results. Could you please help me find them, if you have time. If you cannot, could you please ask other Mongolian Pianists, Composers, Musicians and so on for the scores, or could you please recommend me the contact method of them, so that I can ask the piano scores from them by myself. Thank you very much!



I would like to have the piano score of solo version and the piano with orchestra version of this(Мандухай сэцэн хатан) piece please.
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PGOAA wrote: Mon Mar 01, 2021 11:41 am Hello! Nice to meet you! I would like to ask do you have the piano score of Sembiin Gonchigsumlaa and Zunduin Khangal please? If you don’t have, could you please tell me where can I find them please? And could you do interlibrary loan please? Because I am not in Russia. Thank you very much!

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Hello PGOAA

Welcome to Pianophilia.

This never going to be an easy task - as Mongolian music is extremely hard to find for any of its composers. I did come across this website - it might be useful to contact them to see if they can help (details at the bottom of the page). Also worth searching in Russian as well, as that might direct you to other sites (Сэмбийн Гончигсумлаа)

http://www.mongolinternet.com/famous/Se ... sumlaa.htm

I have only come across one piano work by the composer which is duly attached for you. Hopefully the above site maybe able to help further or direct you to a suitable contact on obtaining scores. Please let us know how you progress - his 24 preludes would be of great interest to me.

Malcolm

Gonchik-Sumla S - Mongolian Folk Melodies (af).pdf
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mballan wrote: Mon Mar 01, 2021 12:10 pm
PGOAA wrote: Mon Mar 01, 2021 11:41 am Hello! Nice to meet you! I would like to ask do you have the piano score of Sembiin Gonchigsumlaa and Zunduin Khangal please? If you don’t have, could you please tell me where can I find them please? And could you do interlibrary loan please? Because I am not in Russia. Thank you very much!

Best Regards
Hello PGOAA

Welcome to Pianophilia.

This never going to be an easy task - as Mongolian music is extremely hard to find for any of its composers. I did come across this website - it might be useful to contact them to see if they can help (details at the bottom of the page). Also worth searching in Russian as well, as that might direct you to other sites (Сэмбийн Гончигсумлаа)

http://www.mongolinternet.com/famous/Se ... sumlaa.htm

I have only come across one piano work by the composer which is duly attached for you. Hopefully the above site maybe able to help further or direct you to a suitable contact on obtaining scores. Please let us know how you progress - his 24 preludes would be of great interest to me.

Malcolm


Gonchik-Sumla S - Mongolian Folk Melodies (af).pdf
Thank you very much!
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Wikipedia:

Sembiin Gonchigsumlaa (Mongolian: Сэмбийн Гончигсумлаа; 1915-1991[1]) was a Mongolian composer, generally considered[by whom?] to have been one of the greatest contributors to modern Mongolian national music and classical music. He is credited with being the first to write Mongolian ballet music.[2] He was also a Merited Artiste and Chairman of the Composers' Union.[
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