Music from the Balkans

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by alfor » Wed Oct 09, 2013 4:43 pm

Mihail G. ANDRICU

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(this interesting work, out-of-print for decades, would have deserved a much better scan!!!)

Andrico Sonatine op.12.pdf
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by fleubis » Tue Oct 15, 2013 2:19 pm

Interesting pieces, the Andricu and Andrico, and they couldn't be more different. I like very much the simplicity of the opening of the Andricu, but the real piece of pie to be had here is the delightful, and nicely integrated Sonatina of Andrico. Alas, I must agree with you, this piece does deserve a better scan as it is quite the well-constructed piece and very enjoyable to play, but am grateful for what we have even in this low-res scan.

Thanks for posting these, Alfred.

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by lutoslawski » Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:09 pm

any chance somebody might have the two piano version of Vladigerovs Suite Bulgare?
Are his two piano works more recently published?

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by alfor » Mon Oct 28, 2013 7:19 pm

deleted. (I only have the solo piano version).
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by liveforpiano » Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:04 pm

Hello Lutoslawski,
You can get the Two-Piano works of Vladigerov from here.

www.editionelm.eu/pantcho_e.htm
They do a lot of Vladigerov's music.
I can't understand why that has not highlighted, but that is the url I copied from the site.
Peter.

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by liveforpiano » Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:04 pm

Now I can.
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by alfor » Sun Feb 16, 2014 11:05 pm

ANDRICO'S Sonatina op. 12

first attempt of optimizing:

Andrico Sonatine op.12 opt.pdf
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by fleubis » Sun Feb 16, 2014 11:44 pm

Thank you for the Andrico, Alfred. Andrico is apparently from Romania and born 1894. Not much info about him. He does write in a rather classical style and gives us some very interesting, sometimes difficult material.

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by Jean-Séb » Mon Feb 17, 2014 7:25 am

Andrico with higher resolution and smaller size:
Andrico Sonatine highres.pdf
I would not be surprized if the magician Parag did even better.
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by alfor » Mon Feb 17, 2014 8:59 am

Jean-Séb wrote:Andrico with higher resolution and smaller size:
Andrico Sonatine highres.pdf
I would not be surprized if the magician Parag did even better.
Dear Jean-Séb,

thank you for your effort. But for my eyes my own solution
(i.e. simply darkening the original scan), see 2 posts above, works better!!
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