Russian & Soviet Composers (Misc) - Part 2

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers (Misc)

Post by fhimpsl » Mon Feb 15, 2010 7:29 am

Thanks for the translation! I'm glad this is something new for the group. Here it is attached. Enjoy

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Unknown Soviet Folio - Etudes, Preludes, Toccata Part I.pdf
Unknown Soviet Folio - Etudes, Preludes, Toccata Part II.pdf
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Post by mballan » Thu Feb 18, 2010 4:39 pm

A somewhat rare Lourie to re-kindle this thread from me [with special thanks to Duirton].

Berceuse de la Chevrette
Louriè - Berceuse de la Chevrette.pdf
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Post by mballan » Sat Mar 06, 2010 10:43 am

About time I rekindled this thread of mine: a small album of easy piano pieces by three composers:

M Osokin - Fugue in D minor [from his Op 23 set]

K Sorokin - Three Pieces [various sources]1. Waltz in D major 2. Merry Play [little fugue] 3. On the Sports-ground [etude]

R Ledenyov - Two Folksongs

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Russian Album [No. 12 Osokin, Sorokin & Ledenev].pdf
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Post by mballan » Sat Mar 06, 2010 5:52 pm

Now completely out of sequence……Aleksey Nikolayevich Verstovsky. Born 1799, Selivyorstovo: died 1862, Moscow.

This link gives further detail on the composer’s life through wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexey_Verstovsky

Mainly noted for his romances and music theatre works; although there are a handful of piano works including waltzes, mazurkas, a sonata, and a set of variations.

I have posted the Slavonic Dance , a concert transcription by Belov of themes taken from his opera Askold’s Tomb.

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Post by fhimpsl » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:53 pm

Hello All - After much searching my Paul Juon score finally turned up, and here it is. Six piano pieces, Op. 12. Juon seems to have written quite a bit of piano solo music, but finding any of it is terribly difficult! IMSLP and other sites seem to only have his chamber works. Please enjoy! :D

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Post by alfor » Thu Mar 18, 2010 11:55 pm

Juon's Praeludien und Capricen op. 26 (imho one of his best piano works):


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Post by relative » Wed Mar 24, 2010 4:49 pm

Yuri Shaporin Works for piano
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( sonatas no-s 1 and 2, op.5 and op.7, Ballada op.28, Scherzo op.5a)
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Post by mballan » Mon Mar 29, 2010 7:55 pm

Now back on familiar ground.......I know, in my meanders through the miscellaneous Russian & Soviet composers I am on the "R"s at the moment, but a few works I have picked up on my travels.

Rakov - Piano Sonata No. 2. I have covered Rakov to some depth already and although he wrote extensively for younger pianists, here is a more substantial work from this composer.
Rakov - Piano Sonata No. 2.pdf
Vyacheslav Aleksandrovich Ovchinnikov Born 1936, Voronezh. Conductor and composer. Graduated 1962 from the Moscow Conservatoire, where his teachers included Bogatyryov and Khrennikov. He also studied conducting with Anosova and Ginsberg (1960-62). Since 1962 has held several conducting positions in Moscow, and on Soviet/Russian radio & television. Alfor has previously posted a work by Ovchinnikov, but here is his somewhat rare Suite No 1 Op 3 [Chorus, Prelude & Fugue]. This score is in a handwritten, manuscript format but thankfully very neat handwritting !
Ovchinnikov V - Op 3 Suite No. 1.pdf
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Post by fhimpsl » Wed Mar 31, 2010 3:50 pm

Hello Friends,

Here is Op. 46 by Paul Juon - a set of two concert pieces. Enjoy!

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Juon - Zwei Schelmenweisen Op. 46, No. 1.pdf
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Post by mballan » Thu Apr 01, 2010 8:35 pm

Again, completely out of sequence...but then I like to keep things fluid.......Adrian Grigoryevich Shaposhnikov. Born 1887, St Petrersburg: died 1967, Moscow. Graduated in 1909 from the St Petersburg Institute, where he studied composition with Kalafati; further studies followed at the St Petersburg Conservatoire, where his teachers included N. Tcherepnine, Glazunov, Sokolov and Witol [he graduated from the conservatoire in 1913]. In 1937 settled in Turkmenia and became one of the first founders of professional music in that region – he wrote the first Turkmenian opera “Zokhre & Takhir”.

I have posted his somewhat substantial Sonatina from 1923.

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Shaposhnikov A - Sonatina.pdf
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