Piano Music from The Baltic

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by FW190 » Tue Nov 13, 2018 10:00 am

Even for my German ears the title Schmiedepforten-Anlagen Marsch sounds, let's say, unusual.

(The Schmiedepforten-Anlage was the historical name of a street and a park in Reval/Tallinn.)

Composed by Friedrich Christian Strobel (1862-1940).

Strobel,FC.-.Schmiedepforten-Anlagen-Marsch-(pno-1900).pdf
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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by tatifan » Thu Jan 24, 2019 5:15 am

Does anyone have the Čiurlionis Prelude in F#, Op. 6, No. 1? Imslp has a number of the preludes but not this one. It goes by the title Angelus Domini sometimes. Here’s a recording: https://youtu.be/YwA9YZ2f3D0?list=OLAK5 ... NsipwwcI9g

It’s prominently featured in Jonas Mekas’ wonderful film “Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania“ from 1972. Mekas sadly passed away today.

Many thanks!

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by Jim Faston » Thu Jan 24, 2019 7:42 am

You can find it on this site:

http://ciurlionis.link/lt/b/piano/a/sheet-music

VL184 is what you seek.

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by tatifan » Thu Jan 24, 2019 2:32 pm

Wonderful! Thank you so much!

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by FW190 » Fri Feb 08, 2019 10:28 am

Luusmann, August Johannes (1885-1933)
Marss Vabadus, sarnasus, vendlus! (Marche Liberté, egalité, fraternité)
Published by G. Paukam, Tartu (Dorpat), 1923.
Luusmann,AJ.-.op.02.-.Marss-'Wabadus-Sarnasus-Wendlus!'-(pno-1923).pdf
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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by mballan » Wed Jul 24, 2019 10:52 am

Eino Tamberg (1930 - 2010). Estonian composer and noted teacher. He wrote few pieces for piano, but this album, his opus 62, hold many of his pieces for younger players. I think selections from this album may have been shared on Pianophilia in the past, but this is the complete album. Translation of titles below.

Malcolm

Tamberg E - Op 62 Children's Year' Album of Thirty-six Pieces (rev. 1984).pdf
‘Children’s Year’ Album of Thirty-six Pieces (1979)
A Everybody Is Dancing (younger and middle grade pupils):
1. Chicken-dance
2. Rooster-dance
3. Bear-dance
4. Cat-dance
5. Joke-dance
6. Round-dance
7. Dance of the Boy and the Girl
8. Violin-dance
9. Clown-dance
10. Sailor-dance
11. Snowflakes-dance
12. Dance of a Little Ballerina
13. Witch-dance
14. Cinderella-dance
15. Old-dance
16. Dwarfs-dance

B Every Day Brings Something New (middle and older grade) pupils):
17. Morning Takes the Dream Away from the Eyes
18. Walk
19. Every Bird Has Its Own Song
20. The Cat Is Sneaking
21. Can´t Catch the Butterfly!
22. The Rain Makes Streams Flow
23. The Wind and Flying Birds
24. The Musicians Are Marching By
25. Trumpet Player's Evening Song
26. The Night Brings the Dreams

C The Clocks Are Ticking, the Bells Are Ringing (older grade pupils):
27. Joyful Waiting
28. Waiting Is so Long
29. Funeral Bells
30. Sleigh Bells

D Four Etudes (older grade pupils):
31. On the Bicycle
32. Story About a Little Annoying Fly
33. Game of Triads
34. Ostinato

E Variations: Theme. Andante animato; Variation I. Scherzo. Allegro agitato; Variation II. Conzona. Andante espressivo; Variation III. Passacaglia. Allegro capriccioso; Variation IV. Rondo. Allegro marcato

F Sonatina (older grade pupils): I Vivo scherzando; II Rondo. Allegretto semplice
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