Piano Music from The Baltic

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by Dani_area_51 » Tue Aug 16, 2011 11:22 am

Thank you so much Richard!! Such a great treat, and now a need to find time for all this new pieces... :)

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by remy » Tue Aug 16, 2011 2:03 pm

Thanks very much for the Medins Dainas, Richard.

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by lutoslawski » Mon Oct 24, 2011 7:47 pm

Can somebody do me the favor of re uploading please the Talivaldis Kenins Piano Sonata No.1? It does not seem to be anymore in the pianophilia archives.

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by mballan » Mon Oct 24, 2011 8:08 pm

lutoslawski wrote:Can somebody do me the favor of re uploading please the Talivaldis Kenins Piano Sonata No.1? It does not seem to be anymore in the pianophilia archives.

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As requested [can't remember if my scan or not.......although have hard copy so suspect it maybe, if not, apologies to the original scanner and please correct if I'm wrong].

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by lutoslawski » Tue Oct 25, 2011 8:49 pm

Perfect, thanks !

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by sgambatiesque » Fri Jan 27, 2012 9:58 am

These Medins are a treat. Thank you Richard!

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by sgambatiesque » Sun Aug 26, 2012 8:21 am

Last night I watched one of the BBC Wallander episodes 3x02 The Dogs of Riga, which as its name suggests is set in Latvia. A simple piano waltz is featured about midway through, which at first I thought may have been by Medins, but as the program notes indicate, is Melanholliskais Valsis (Valse melancholique) by Emils Darzins (1875-1910). It is also his only surviving orchestral piece (YouTube).

The piano score is at IMSLP. It reminds me of Sibelius' Valse triste but with more pastoral flourishes.

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by caostotale » Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:53 am

Here's a small set of folk-inspired works that Lithuanian composer Vytautas Bacevičius composed not long after his emigration to the USA.

Vytautas BACEVIČIUS
Four Lithuanian Dances, op. 35 (1945)
Bacevicius - Four Lithuanian Dances, op. 35 (1945).pdf
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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by fleubis » Thu Aug 30, 2012 1:59 pm

caostotale wrote:Here's a small set of folk-inspired works that Lithuanian composer Vytautas Bacevičius composed not long after his emigration to the USA.

Vytautas BACEVIČIUS
Four Lithuanian Dances, op. 35 (1945)
Bacevicius - Four Lithuanian Dances, op. 35 (1945).pdf
Thanks for these lovely pieces.

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Re: Piano Music from The Baltic

Post by alfor » Thu Aug 30, 2012 3:26 pm

Seconded! Much less complicated than what I posted by Bacevicius.
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