Piano Music from The Baltic

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Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by relative » Sat Sep 26, 2009 6:56 pm

These scans were posted ones on old Pianophilia
Estonian composers:
Artur Lemba
A.Lemba Estonian Rapsody. Raps.PDF
A. Lemba Moment Lirique.PDF
A. Lemba Easy Sonatina.PDF
A. Lemba Piano Concerto no.2.PDF
A.Lemba Piano Concerto no.1 part.1.PDF
A.Lemba Piano Concerto no..1 part.2-3.PDF
Artur LEMBA Information.PDF
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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by rob » Sat Sep 26, 2009 7:01 pm

Thank-you 'relative' for starting this thread. My intentions for the suggestion was that the thread should cover Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. But I guess other interpretations are possible - we'll see as we go along. Perhaps a more natural coupling might have been Finland & Estonia, but Finland has enough material for a thread of its own, and we already have a Scandinavian thread, not that Finland is really a Scandinavian country according to some arguments! So I thought this thread might fill in some gaps even though Latvia & Lithuania on the one hand and Estonia on the other are linguistically and ethnically fairly distinct (apart from the Russian influence). Many thanks.

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by relative » Sat Sep 26, 2009 7:23 pm

Rob, I think it is possible to change name of thread any time . Isn`t it ?
I just took the first one. :oops: It`s not reasonable to keep hundred small threads, as more as lot of music scores (anyway in Estonia - Tubin is definitly one ) are now copyrighted.
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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by relative » Sat Sep 26, 2009 7:37 pm

Heino Eller
H. Eller Scherzino, Rondino.PDF
H. Eller Native tune .PDF
H. Eller Musicbox.PDF
H. Eller Musical moment.PDF
H. Eller Evening song.PDF
H. Eller Bells.PDF
H. Eller 3 prelude (1942) .PDF
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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by relative » Sat Sep 26, 2009 7:43 pm

Eller (cont.)
H. Eller Preludes Book 1.pdf
H. Eller Preludes book 2.pdf
H. Eller Sonata no. 1.pdf
H. Eller Sonata No. 2.pdf
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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by relative » Sat Sep 26, 2009 7:51 pm

Mart Saar
M. Saar. 2 mazurkas .PDF
M. Saar. Little waltz in d.pdf
M. Saar Skizze.pdf
M. Saar Waltz A.pdf
M. Saar Waltz Des.pdf
M Saar. Waltz C.pdf
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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by relative » Sat Sep 26, 2009 7:54 pm

Mart Saar (cont.)
M. Saar Preludes 1-14.PDF
M. Saar Preludes 15-28.PDF
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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by isokani » Sat Sep 26, 2009 8:09 pm

Hi Relative!
Thanks for the Saar. It's lovely. I managed to buy the volume of Preludes in Tallinn a few years ago. Is it part of a complete edition? It is well put together at any rate.

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by rob » Sat Sep 26, 2009 8:12 pm

relative wrote:Rob, I think it is possible to change name of thread any time . Isn`t it ?
I just took the first one. :oops: It`s not reasonable to keep hundred small threads...
Oh, we will easily get to several hundred threads - it's the THOUSANDS I want to avoid!!! :lol: Small, beautifully focussed threads are fine. Anyway, this thread is unlikely to be that small.

Yes, we can change thread names at any time - we can split and merge threads and we can move individual posts from one thread to another. This software is 95% of what I wanted!

So, thank you for these Estonian treasures.

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by relative » Sat Sep 26, 2009 8:15 pm

Yes, isokani, it has to be complete edition. And small pieces are from band 2.

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