Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Dear caostotale, thank you for these interesting postings. I especially like the Sorokin studies and are a most welcome addition.
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We've seen this composer's op. 42 sonata as well as a viola sonata. Biographical details can be found at:

http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1059

The italicized bit under the title says 'patience and a little effort':

Revol Samuilovich BUNIN
Fantasia, for piano
Bunin - Fantasia, for piano.pdf
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...and some other things.

Valery Grigoryevich KIKTA (Ukraine, bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1059)
Chorale, Improvisation, & Allegro, for piano or harpsichord (per the note on the first page), op. 20
Kikta - Chorale, Improvisation, & Allegro, for piano (or harpsichord), op. 20.pdf
Zh. A. KUZNETSOVA (no biographical information found)
Ricercar and Fugues (6), for piano, op. 16 (1967)
Kuznetsova - Ricercar and Fugues (6), for piano, op. 16 (1967).pdf
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Here's a piece by a composer who Shostakovich admired. There's a great website dedicated to his creative work (with several symphonic recordings):

http://lokshin.org/en.htm

Alexander Lazarevich LOKSHIN
Prelude & Theme with Variations, for piano
Lokshin - Prelude & Theme with Variations, for piano.pdf
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Alexander Nikolayevich LEBEDEV (Ukraine)
Symphonic Variations, for piano (edited by Dmitri Sakharov)
Lebedev, A. - Symphonic Variations, for piano.pdf
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Boris Ilich TOBIS
Epitaph for Janus Korcak, for piano
Tobis - Epitaph for Janus Korcak, for piano.pdf
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This is in memory of the excellent Janusz Korczak, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janusz_Korczak, a truly heroic figure.
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This could belong on the jazz/stride thread, but he was trained as a classical pianist first. I'd be interested if anyone could help in finding his set of 24 preludes.

Yury Nikolayevich CHUGUNOV
Jazz Pieces, for piano (pub. 1990)

including:

Impromptu (1980)
Nocturne (in the fashion of George Shearing) (1974)
Unheard Cry (1980)
Fantastic Visions (1978-84)
Monologue (Thelonius Monk), from the suite 'Jazz Portraits' (1981)
Reminder (1984)
In Memory of Bill Evans (1981)
Troubador (1988)
Sonata (1969-70)
Chugunov - Jazz Pieces, for piano (pub. 1990).pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Very lovely jazz pieces by CHUGUNOV. Loads of fun playing through these today. Thanks for posting this, caostotale.
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caostotale wrote:This could belong on the jazz/stride thread, but he was trained as a classical pianist first. I'd be interested if anyone could help in finding his set of 24 preludes...as well as the set of 24 by Yury Alexandrov:

Yury Nikolayevich CHUGUNOV
Jazz Pieces, for piano (pub. 1990)

including:

Impromptu (1980)
Nocturne (in the fashion of George Shearing) (1974)
Unheard Cry (1980)
Fantastic Visions (1978-84)
Monologue (Thelonius Monk), from the suite 'Jazz Portraits' (1981)
Reminder (1984)
In Memory of Bill Evans (1981)
Troubador (1988)
Sonata (1969-70)
Chugunov - Jazz Pieces, for piano (pub. 1990).pdf
(NMS)

Here are the Chugunov preludes. (NMS)
Chugunov_24 Piano Preludes.pdf
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