Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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bingo wrote: Mon May 31, 2021 10:03 am
28. Aleksandr Alyabyev (1787-1851) Quadrille in B-flat major
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48. Alexandre Dubuque (1812-1898) Fughetta

Russian Piano Music of the 19th Century.pdf
Connecting these two composers we have Dubuque's Capriccio based on Alyabyev's song The Nightingale
Dubuque (aka Dubuc) was a student of John Field.
The sheet is one of three adaptions available to download from
https://www.starinnye-noty.ru/%D1%80%D1 ... %B5%D1%80/

1. "Nightingale" A. Alyabyev, brilliant capriccio, Alexandre Dubuque, new revised edition
2. Nightingale, graceful fantasy on the theme of the romance Alyabyev, IE Meltser, opus 45 No. 8
3. Nightingale, an easy salon fantasy on the theme of Alyabyev's romance, Ferdinand Beyer, opus 103 No. 5

From IMSLP we can see that Brahms, Liszt and Glinka all adapted this work.
https://imslp.org/wiki/The_Nightingale_ ... Aleksandr)
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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mballan wrote: Tue May 15, 2018 8:15 am Latest batch of Tatar composers - you can have two today to review (and a couple also in the two piano thread).
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Mansur Akhmetovich Mazafarov (1902-1966)
Muzafarov M - Dance of the Girls.pdf
Muzafarov M - Dance of the Girls - Concert Transcription (Shumilov).pdf
While trying to discover the A. Shumilov who did this transcription, I found the article "Piano Transcriptions of Tatar Composers for the Timbre Ear Development." For those interested there are some short recommendations for performance/transcription practice.
Piano Transcriptions of Tatar Composers for the Timbre Ear Development.pdf
From Section 3:
Transcriptions of compositions, which were written by Tatar composers, represented an interesting layer of piano transcriptions. These works were integral parts of Tatar composers' music and piano culture of Kazan city (Villalobos et al., 2013). R. Enikeev made transcriptions of vocal and instrumental compositions by S. Saidashev (“Saidashstan” cycle), M. Muzafarov (paraphrase to “In the Quiet Garden” song, transcription of Violin Concerto number 2). A famous “Sandugach” (“Nightingale”) romance by R. Yakhin is known in terms of authors' piano transcriptions.

“Waltz” Concert transcription for “Naemschik” (“The Tenant”) drama by S. Saidashev was made by R. Belyalov, who used “original, inimitable style, through modernistic harmonics, dissonant sonority, and unconventional quick rhythms corresponding to the time spirit” (Villalobos et al., 2013).

Along with composers, piano players and coaches of Tatarstan have created piano transcriptions. They made transcriptions such as “Shurale” by F. Yarullin ballet fragments (transcription authors are F. Khasanova, R. Urasin, E. Burnasheva, Z. Mushtari), “Vodyanaya” (“Water Witch”) by A. Bakirov (transcriptions by E. Burnasheva), “Gornaya byl” (“Mountain True Story”) by A. Klyucharev, and “Zyugra” by N. Zhiganov (transcriptions are made by F. Khasanova).
Concert transcriptions of romances by R. Yakhin are made by R. Urasin, M. Kovarskaya, F. Khasanova, etc. A. Shumilov made concert transcriptions of “Girls’ Dance” by M. Muzafarov, “The Forgotten Waltz” from Concerto suite for two pianos by R. Belyalov.
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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mballan wrote: Tue May 15, 2018 8:15 am

Mansur Akhmetovich Mazafarov (1902-1966)
Muzafarov M - Dance of the Girls.pdf
Muzafarov M - Dance of the Girls - Concert Transcription (Shumilov).pdf
Muzafarov M - Picking Berries.pdf
Muzafarov M - Sonatina.pdf
More Tatar goodness, including another sonatina from Muzafarov [NMS]
MUZAFAROV Sonatina (Сонатина) 1936.pdf
MUZAFAROV In the children's world (В детском мире) 1936.pdf
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Following on from my extensive posting of works by Tatar composers, bingo very kindly directed me to this anthology of piano works by Tatar composer, many of which, were new to me (including some new composers as well).

So grateful thanks to bingo for finding this volume. Majority of works for piano solo, but a few towards the end for two pianos including two concertos

Bingo & Malcolm

Anthology of Tatar Piano Pieces (Tatar State Publ. 1987).pdf
Anthology of Tatar Piano Pieces (Tatar State Publ. 1978)
1. Vinogradov Y – Waltz
2. Kalimulin R – Perpetual Motion
3. Bakirov E – Dance
4. Klyucharev A – Waltz
5. Khabibullin Z – Polka
6. Yakhin R – Song
7. Akhmetov F – Dance
8. Bakirov E – Song without Words
9. Mazafarov M – Girls Dance
10. Luppov A – To the Sounds of an Accordian
11. Luppov A – Shutka / Joke
12. Shamsutdinov I – Prelude
13. Sharifullin S – Burlesque
14. Enikeyev R – Four Miniatures
i. Humoresque
ii. Adagio
iii. Waltz
iv. Dance
15. Yarullin M – Waltz
16. Yakubov N – Two Preludes from the set of Twenty-four Preludes – Nos. 5 & 6
17. Belyalov R – Scherzino
18. Yakhin R – Prelude
19. Yakhin R – Rondo
20. Zhiganov N – Two Pieces from Suite
i. Prelude
ii. Waltz
21. Enikeyev R – Scherzino
22. Batyurkaeva L – Toccata
23. Enikeyev R – Four Preludes
24. Lyubovsky L – Bait
25. Lyubovsky L – Shurale’s Pranks
26. Rudenko A – Toccata ‘D’
27. Zhiganov N – Prelude
28. Monasypov A – Five Lyrical Pieces & March
i. Scene with children
ii. Tune
iii. Naming Rhyme
iv. In the rain and in the bucket
v. Enchanted Forest
vi. March
29. Yakhin R – Waltz-Impromptu
30. Klyucharev A – Two Dances from the ballet ‘Tale of the Mountain’
i. Sword Dance
ii. Bashkir Dance
31. Belyalov R – Toccata
32. Yarullin F – Sonatina
33. Enikeyev R – Sonatina No. 5
34. Kalimullin R – ‘Youth’ Sonata
35. Akhmetov F – Sonatina
36. Yarullin F – Dance of the Fire Witch and Shaitan with Swords from the ballet ‘Shurale’ for Two Pianos (arr. Burnashev)
37. Yarullin F – Waltz from the ballet ‘Shurale’ for Two Pianos (arr. Burnashev)
38. Zhiganov N – Romance from the ballet ‘Zugra’ for Two Pianos (arr. Khasanov)
39. Klyucharev A – Dance with Bells from the ballet ‘Tale of the Mountain’ for Two Pianos (arr. Berlin-Pechnikov)
40. Sharifullin S – Concert-Fairlytale for Piano & Orchestra – arr. Two Pianos (author)
41. Batyurkayeva L – Concerto ‘Youth’ for Piano & Orchestra – arr. Two Pianos (author)
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nickbit wrote: Sun May 17, 2020 10:08 am Lately I am hooked to the music of Igor Shamo after hearing this complete piano music recording:


After looking for some of the scores here and elsewhere, I don't seem to find the following:
Ukrainian Suite (only no 2 - Vesnyanka and no 6 - Dance are available. Alfor's one circulated here, seems to be his son's identically named suite)
Songs of friendship (only no 3 - Romanian Song is available)
Classic suite (no 4 - Courante is available)
Three Dances (nothing available)

Could not find also any place to order them online. Does anybody have more info about that?
Nickbit,

Here you are: Igor Naumovich SHAMO (Ukraine) - Classical Suite. Enjoy!

Olga

Shamo, Igor - Classical Suite.pdf
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nickbit wrote: Sun May 17, 2020 10:08 am Lately I am hooked to the music of Igor Shamo after hearing this complete piano music recording:
From Tarakanov.net, a collection that includes Shamo's Humoresque:
Virtuoso pieces.pdf
S. Maikapar. "Toccatina"
Yuri Polunin. "Spinning Wheel"
V. Ziering. "Spinning Wheel" (Etude)
P. Paradise. "Toccata"
V. Kosenko. "Toccatina" (from Op.25 24 Pieces for Children)
C. Maikapar. "Mermaid"
A. Tcherepnin. "Bagatelle"
A. Ilyinsky. "Spinning Top"
I. Myaskovsky. "Winter Blizzard"
I. Shamo. "Humoresque"
D. Kabalevsky. "Prelude"
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Hello. I've bee looking for Samuel Maykapar's Arietta in A Minor, but can't find it. Can anybody help me please?
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Shinobi wrote: Fri Jul 30, 2021 4:06 pmHello. I've bee looking for Samuel Maykapar's Arietta in A Minor, but can't find it.
PP does have a search function (check the top RHS of the screen) and this has been uploaded some time ago, and may be found here....
viewtopic.php?f=11&t=570&p=35332&hilit= ... tta#p35332
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Shinobi wrote: Fri Jul 30, 2021 4:06 pm Hello. I've bee looking for Samuel Maykapar's Arietta in A Minor, but can't find it. Can anybody help me please?
Hello Shinobi

Copy below. This is a movement from the Op 22 Grande Sonatine - one of Maykapar's most elusive scores.

Malcolm
Maykapar - Op 22 Grande Sonatine - No. 2 Arietta in A minor.pdf
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Thank you very much :D
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