Music from the Balkans

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Re: Music from the Balkans

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Noti-Man wrote: Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:47 pm Хоро / * \ Ronde
Piano piece from the bulgarian composer
Lyubomir PIPKOV / * \ Любомир ПИПКОВ
this piece is a part of the album N°7 - "PIECES ENFANTINES" - Sofia 1946
(i made it with Finale in 2 models : 2 pages & 1 page / both in format A4 \ if you prefer format iPad - just ask)Pipkov_Pesen_Ronde_1P_i.pdfPipkov_Pesen_Ronde_2P_i.pdf
Excellent - many thanks for all these Bulgarian pieces............very grateful to you.

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Re: Music from the Balkans

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Noti-Man wrote: Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:47 pm Хоро / * \ Ronde
Piano piece from the bulgarian composer
Lyubomir PIPKOV / * \ Любомир ПИПКОВ
this piece is a part of the album N°7 - "PIECES ENFANTINES" - Sofia 1946
(i made it with Finale in 2 models : 2 pages & 1 page / both in format A4 \ if you prefer format iPad - just ask)Pipkov_Pesen_Ronde_1P_i.pdfPipkov_Pesen_Ronde_2P_i.pdf
Excellent - many thanks for all these Bulgarian pieces............very grateful to you.

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Re: Music from the Balkans

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Приказка / * \ Conte
Piano piece from bulgarian composer :
Димитър НЕНОВ / * \ Dimiter (Dimitar) NENOV
(1901-1953)
this piece is a part of the album N°7 - "PIECES ENFANTINES" - Sofia 1946
i post the original scan and my Finale copy
in the bar 36 - i didn't put the "legato" ... i don't understand what he wants ...
to play again SOL in bar 37 or not ?...
Nenov_Conte_Scan.pdf
Nenov_Conte_i.pdf
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Re: Music from the Balkans

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Танц / * \ Danse
Piano piece from bulgarian composer :
Димитър НЕНОВ / * \ Dimiter (Dimitar) NENOV
(1901-1953)
this piece is a part of the album N°7 - "PIECES ENFANTINES" - Sofia 1946
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is it normal the left hand on the last measure ?... without any note inside ?... :shock:
Nenov_Danse_Scan.pdf
Nenov_Danse_i.pdf
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Re: Music from the Balkans

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2 Piano pieces from the album N°7 - "PIECES ENFANTINES" - Sofia 1946
Снежинки / * \ Flacons de neige
Танц / * \ Danse
from the bulgarian composer :
Андрей СТОЯНОВ / * \ Andrey STOYANOV
(1890-1969)
(Andrey is the brother of Vesselin STOYANOV)
Andrey_Stoyanov_Flacons_De_Neige_Scan.pdf
Andrey_Stoyanov_Danse_Scan.pdf
Andrey_Stoyanov_Danse_i.pdf
Album_N°7_Front_&_Back_Cover.pdf
Etude by Andrey STOYANOV
Andrey_Stoyanov_Etude_i.pdf
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Re: Music from the Balkans

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Noti-Man wrote: Thu Sep 17, 2020 10:11 pm
Thank you very much for these pieces!
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Игра / * \ Jeu
Piano piece from the bulgarian composer
Любомир ПИПКОВ / * \ Lyubomir PIPKOV
(1904 - 1974)
this piece is a part of the album N°7 - "PIECES ENFANTINES" - Sofia 1946
Pipkov_Jeu_Scan.pdf
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Re: Music from the Balkans

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Песен / * \ Chanson
piece for Cello and Piano from the bulgarian composer
Филип КУТЕВ / * \ Filip KUTEV (Philippe KOUTEV, Philip KOUTEFF)
( 1903 - 1982 )
Filip_Kutev_Pesen_=_Chanson_Cello_Scan.pdf
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Re: Music from the Balkans

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I found this album (II) for young pianist with works by various Yugoslavian Composers. Not my scans.
Yugoslavian - Our Composers for the Young Pianist II.pdf
The works are the following

National Dance - Josip Slavenski
From Croatia - Josip Slavenski
Romanian Dance - Josip Slavenski
A Song - Ljubica Maric
Dance - Ljubica Maric
Small Suite - Stanojlo Rajicic
Sonatina in F - Dejan Despic
The flowers bloomed - Miloje Milojevic
Rade (?) - Miloje Milojevic
March - Vasilije Mokranjac
Prelude - Vasilije Mokranjac
From Sonatina - Allegretto - Mihovil Logar
Rondino - Mihovil Logar
Etude - Vlastimir Trajkovic
Sad River - Jovan Bandur
Dance - Jovan Bandur
Dance - Srdan Hofman
When it gets dark - Dusan Kostic
Clock (?) - Dusan Kostic
Marike (?) - Luna Koen Puda
Holy Girl - Luna Koen Puda
March - Fahri Beciri
Sheppard Song - Fahri Beciri
Song - Predrag Milosevic
Dance - Predrag Milosevic
Perpetuum Mobile - Konstantin Babic
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Re: Music from the Balkans

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Quite interesting. Thank you.
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