Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Bio and works list at:

http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... CEAQ7gEwAQ

I'd love if anyone had copies of those ethnographic works (on Komi folk themes, etc...)...

Vladimir Mikhailovich BLOK
Variations, on a theme by Schumann, for piano
Blok, V. - Variations, on a theme by Schumann, for piano.pdf
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We've seen a few works by this composer before, including a sonata on Vietnamese folk themes and some pieces for horn/piano (those under just her maiden name Nazarova):

Tatyana Borisovna NAZAROVA-METNER
Pictures (2), for piano
Nazarova-Metner - Pictures (2), for piano.pdf
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Malcolm's been more than generous with Aleksey Muravlev. I couldn't find info on this composer with the same surname. This might actually belong in the Caucasus thread:

V. MURAVLEV
Pieces (2), for piano; 1. Prelude, 2. Folk Tune (Naigrysh)
Muravlev, V. - Pieces (2), for piano.pdf
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Yury Abramovich LEVITIN (Ukraine)
Pieces (4) from the film score for 'The Blind Musician', for piano; 1. Overture, 2. Evening Song, 3. Improvisation, 4. Rhapsody
Levitin - Pieces (4) from the film score for 'The Blind Musician', for piano.pdf
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Hi Caostotale

Thank you again for your recent batch of Russian works...............I do look forward to your postings as a fellow Russian enthusiast. Some excellent material....thank you.

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mballan wrote:Hi Caostotale

Thank you again for your recent batch of Russian works...............I do look forward to your postings as a fellow Russian enthusiast. Some excellent material....thank you.

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Here's a volume that includes four piano sonatas, composed in the later years of this composer's career. A short bio is available at:

http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... JeuYz4zWZg

We've previously seen his fifth and final sonata, as well as one of his five sonatinas (I have not been able to find the other four, but they are likely in earlier editions of the state-published sonatina volumes that appeared during the 1970s).

Update: there's also a volume of songs (patriotic and otherwise) by this composer in the Russian vocal thread.

Vladimir Sergeyevich IVANNIKOV
Piano Sonatas 1, 2, 3, & 4 (1971-81)
Ivannikov - Piano Sonatas 1-4 (1971-81).pdf
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Does anybody have any piano pieces by Dmitri Solovyov (Solovev)? I'm especially interested in his sets of preludes.

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I've found this posting by Alfor that has something by Solovev in the collection, but most likely not the preludes...

viewtopic.php?f=46&t=554&p=5237&hilit=Solovev#p5237

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Here's a small subset of the collection from a volume of Soviet concert pieces. I'm not sure if the whole cycle has ever been published. I spotted a 'Tetrad 1' volume of preludes by this composer on Worldcat, but can't access it as it's from outside of my country. Here's the composer's bio:

http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... pqBkwdM-uA

Dmitry Efremovich SOLOVYOV (SOLOVYEV, SOLOVEV)
Preludes (5) (from the cycle '25 preludes'), for piano (1977)
Solovyov - Preludes (5) (from the cycle '25 preludes'), for piano (1977).pdf
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