Music from the Balkans

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Postby Jim Faston » Fri Oct 27, 2017 10:24 pm

Here's a scan of the Nocturne by Manolis Kalomiris. The score is pretty low res but readable. -nms-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sr1OICwFF1g
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Postby Jim Faston » Sun Nov 12, 2017 1:42 am

A nice scan of the two-piano reduction of Filip Lazăr's second piano concerto, Op.19 has appeared on IMSLP.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXp1-GY5g-Q

Another scan of his Op.15 piano sonata has appeared there as well.
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Postby fleubis » Sun Nov 12, 2017 7:44 pm

Many thanks, Jim for pointing out Lazăr's 2nd piano concerto. It certainly is an energetic piece--not a moment's rest throughout.
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Postby minacciosa » Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:34 pm

caostotale wrote:
minacciosa wrote:Does anyone have access to any of Parashkev Hadjiev's music for violin?


I have one violin/piano work by a Rauf Hadjiyev called 'Algerian Melody (Poem)'. Nothing by Parashkev.

Is it possible for you to post the Hadjiyev Algerian Melody?
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Postby Alkanator » Wed Nov 29, 2017 3:39 am

Does anyone know where a copy of Enescu's Légende for violin and piano (1891) (not his trumpet piece of the same name) might be found? I've searched for ages for it, but can't even find a record of whether it is has ever been published.
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Postby mballan » Wed Nov 29, 2017 1:57 pm

Alkanator wrote:Does anyone know where a copy of Enescu's Légende for violin and piano (1891) (not his trumpet piece of the same name) might be found? I've searched for ages for it, but can't even find a record of whether it is has ever been published.


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Yes, it was published back in 2005 by Romanian Culture Centre (6 volumes of the violin works), editied by Sherban Lupa, who also recorded the work. Expect these may be difficult to find / obtain, can only suggest contacting the Centre via their website, or Lupa himself (he does have his own website). Alternatively as it was recorded by Toccata Classics see if you can obtain contact information via their site.

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Postby Phillip210 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:42 pm

mballan wrote:
Alkanator wrote:Does anyone know where a copy of Enescu's Légende for violin and piano (1891) (not his trumpet piece of the same name) might be found? I've searched for ages for it, but can't even find a record of whether it is has ever been published.


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Yes, it was published back in 2005 by Romanian Culture Centre (6 volumes of the violin works), editied by Sherban Lupa, who also recorded the work. Expect these may be difficult to find / obtain, can only suggest contacting the Centre via their website, or Lupa himself (he does have his own website). Alternatively as it was recorded by Toccata Classics see if you can obtain contact information via their site.

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I should add that I think that it was a set piece in the 2016 Menuhin Violin Competition in London (it was certainly played by several competitors), so there will certainly be copies floating around in the collections of the competitors. I imagine that the Menuhin School in Surrey would certainly have a copy in its library.
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