Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Malcolm,

Thanks so much for this.

All the best to you and your collection!
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Does anyone have the Raphling “Fantasy on Scheherazade? Seems to be Out of Print with the publisher.

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I found a wonderful video recording of the Karamanov Sonata No.1 for those interested. I’ve been trying to locate the score. I’ve emailed the two websites but no reply. Anyone have any ideas?

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Karamanov - been hunting for this for years with no success. Never an easy composer to find, and copyright is a key factor, so libraries in Russia will not permit copies. Keep hoping one day I might locate a copy to buy.

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(First a ridiculous discovery --- we have threads for Clementi, john-field, even Lysenko..... but we do not have a thread for Rachmaninoff !!!!!)

Not looking for any scan....... Mainly on his concertoes (particularly, 2 and 3) but also to his other piano music

Rachmaninoff (1873 – 1943) When is his copyright expired?

I think all of us rely on Boosey & Hawkes,now are we going to get some new editions coming for Rach? Anyone has any good news?
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soh choon wee wrote: Thu Oct 07, 2021 2:21 pm (First a ridiculous discovery --- we have threads for Clementi, john-field, even Lysenko..... but we do not have a thread for Rachmaninoff !!!!!)

Not looking for any scan....... Mainly on his concertoes (particularly, 2 and 3) but also to his other piano music

Rachmaninoff (1873 – 1943) When is his copyright expired?

I think all of us rely on Boosey & Hawkes,now are we going to get some new editions coming for Rach? Anyone has any good news?
There is so much available easily via IMSLP, cheap editions and the usual sites. It's probably best to ask for explicit rare pieces.
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mballan wrote: Sat Jul 25, 2015 1:39 pm The first of a number of Russian works I'll be posting over the next few weeks - the king of salon pieces: Vasily Arefievich Prisovsky. One of the most popular composers of salon music during the late 19th - early 20th century, and is the author of over 200 fantasies, lyrical waltzes, marches, patriotic pieces, and many other piano works and songs.

One of these is in greyscale as pages were extremely yellowed.

Malcolm

Prisovsky V A - Op 27 'In the Arms of Love' Waltz.pdf
Prisovsky V A - Op 65 Reverie.pdf
Prisovsky V A - Op 99 'Napoleon' March.pdf
Prisovsky V A - Op 102 'Wounded Eagle' Melodie Elegiaque.pdf
Prisovsky V A - Op 103 'Evening in Madrid' Bolero.pdf
Prisovsky V A - Op 165 'Clair de la Lune' Serenade.pdf
Prisovsky V A - Op 175 Ukrainian Dumka No. 1.pdf
Prisovsky V A - Op 227 'Autumn Violin' Melodie.pdf
Prisovsky V A - Op 186 Overture 'Fleur et Femme'.pdf
Prisovsky V A - Op 190 'Graziella' Morceau de Salon.pdf
Prisovsky V A - 'The Battle of Poltava' March.pdf
Some further additions to the Prisovsky salon canon are up on https://www.starinnye-noty.ru, including the pleasantly silly
Kisonka, Girl with a Lorgnette Op.159 https://www.starinnye-noty.ru/%D1%81%D0 ... %B8%D0%B9/

You can listen here: https://musescore.com/user/4151271/scores/7063543
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KARGANOV / Ж. КАРГАНОВ (18??/19?? - ????)
Karganov_Mazurka.pdf
? - is it Genary Korganov (12 mai 1858 — 12 avril 1890)
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Yes, it is No.9 from his Album for the young op.21.

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SHAMO, Igor (1925-1982) - Hutsul Aquarelles (Suite)

1. Morning in the Mountains / Ранок у горах
2. Musicians Go to the Mountains / Музики йдуть у гори
3. Little Shepherd / Вівчарик
4. Spring Rain / Весняний дощ
5. The Rite of Summer "Haivka" / "Гаiвка"
6. Dance of the Shepherds / Танець вівчарів
Shamo, Igor - Hutsul Aquarelles.pdf
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