Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Shamo Ukranian Suite.
Shamo-Ukrainian Suite 1951.pdf
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Very grateful thanks to Olga and tracyross for the recent Shamo postings - very much appreciated.

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Alexander Sheremetev (1859-1931) - Feuillet d'Album VALSE.
Sheremetev A - Feuillet dAlbum Valse (1887).pdf
(A performance of me and some biography you can find in this link)
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mballan wrote: Sun Sep 26, 2010 7:41 pm As Part 2 primarily marked the 2nd half of my postings on various miscellaneous Russian and Soviet Composers this new Part 3 will continue the theme but in a much more random way. It will include works from my collection but also looking at some of the larger names in Russian music to see if we can create a "complete" posting of all their piano works. I hope to present a few surprises along the way.

And so to start with something I had planned to post earlier but waiting for permission from the relevant authorities.

Iraida Yusupova. Born 1962, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Turkmenistani composer of half Russian, half Tatar ethnicity who currently resides in Moscow. She graduated from the Moscow Conservatoire with a degree in composition in 1987. She has written and composed 3 operas, 2 symphonies, 6 cantatas, 3 instrumental concerts, and a great deal of chamber music, electro-acoustic music, and music for cinema and theater spanning a period from the late eighties to the present day. Her various styles include minimalism, serialism amongst various other 20th century compositional techniques. Her music has been performed extensively across Europe and in 2001, she was named amongst the top 10 most notable modern Russian composers.

I have posted two examples of her work [these are no longer available in print]:

Sonata without a first movement
Yusupova I - Sonata without a first movement.pdf
Canon-Elegy
Yusupova I - Canon-Elegy.pdf

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Does anyone have Karamanov Piano Sonata????
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Sanjai S wrote: Sun Aug 08, 2021 2:53 am
Does anyone have Karamanov Piano Sonata????
Which one......aware he wrote four: No. 1 (1953), No. 2 (1954 is deemed lost although the Rondo was published), No. 3 (1960-61) and No. 4 (1960-61)?

Many of Karamanov's works remain in manuscript - I have never come across printed versions of the sonatas beyond the Rondo, and I believe they maybe held by his daughter, who lives somewhere in the Crimea area.

I have attached the Rondo from Sonata No. 2.

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Karamanov A - Rondo (from Piano Sonata No. 2 1954-55).pdf
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Thanks bro
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mballan wrote: Sun Aug 08, 2021 12:10 pm
Sanjai S wrote: Sun Aug 08, 2021 2:53 am
Does anyone have Karamanov Piano Sonata????
Which one......aware he wrote four: No. 1 (1953), No. 2 (1954 is deemed lost although the Rondo was published), No. 3 (1960-61) and No. 4 (1960-61)?

Many of Karamanov's works remain in manuscript - I have never come across printed versions of the sonatas beyond the Rondo, and I believe they maybe held by his daughter, who lives somewhere in the Crimea area.

I have attached the Rondo from Sonata No. 2.

Malcolm

Karamanov A - Rondo (from Piano Sonata No. 2 1954-55).pdf
The Karamanov Rondo looks interesting but not easy on the eyes to read...
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ctejada wrote: Thu Aug 19, 2021 1:09 am
The Karamanov Rondo looks interesting but not easy on the eyes to read...
I just started transcribing it a few minutes ago. Yes, it is awful on the eyes. I will post back details if they survive. :geek:

There is a recording of it here: http://www.karamanov.ru/musics/Rondo.mp3
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KARAMANOV Piano Sonata 2 - Finale: Rondo

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Hello bingo

Seeing your amazing typesetting of various scores posted on Pianophilia - and the recent Karamanov, I wondered, if you might try your skills with this lovely piece also by Karamanov ? I've only ever came across this printing, which as you can see is rather poor............and wondered if you might weave your magic on this piece ?

If you can, then my very grateful thanks.

There are recorded versions of this piece on YouTube.

Malcolm

Karamanov A - Ave Maria (1972).pdf
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