Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Dear Peter

Thank you for posting the Rakov.......and odd hic-ups do happen with pfd files so hopefully your re-posting will now work fine.

Welcome to Pianophilia and for posting a new score for all of us so quickly.

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Thank you peter for this Rakov !

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Arkadi Filippenko - Toccata for piano
Not my scans.
The man has some outrageous string quartet. (he wrote 6 )
*ferruccio?

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lutoslawski wrote: *ferruccio?

Tony
Yes, still working. What can I do for you ?
Best regards, Ferruccio
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Ferruccio wrote:
lutoslawski wrote: *ferruccio?

Tony
Yes, still working. What can I do for you ?
Which recording do you know of the most obscure toccata you might know?
I suppose you are the man who loves toccata?

Tony
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Thank you Malcolm for your warm welcome. I have been in 7th heaven at the number of wonderful treasures posted on this site and have been downloading, before the system crash, as much as I can. Alfor has posted some very interesting works amongst others, but I am in awe of the number of scores posted by yourself and your accomplish, Mr P, especially all the Russian material, Ashton, Rheinberger etc. all of which has been absolutely amazing. I am sure all the members of the site must look forward to your postings with particular interest ?

I do have a fairly large collection myself and will aim to post here as and when I can find time to scan. Here are some more Rakov scores. I believe his 1st Sonatina has been posted previous, but here are a few of his other Sonatinas to fill the gap. I have, hopefully, followed your convention in naming the files ?

Peter

Sonatina No. 2
Rakov N - Sonatina No. 2.pdf
Sonatina No. 3
Rakov N - Sonatina No. 3.pdf
Sonatina No. 4
Rakov N - Sonatina No. 4.pdf
Sonatina No. 5
Rakov N - Sonatina No. 5.pdf
Sonatina No. 6
Rakov N - Sonatina No. 6.pdf
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Peter, thank you so very much for the Rakov scores. I've been wondering what the other sonatinas looked like for some time, and now I get to explore them. His music is usually not technically challenging but always musically interesting.
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fleubis wrote:Peter, thank you so very much for the Rakov scores. I've been wondering what the other sonatinas looked like for some time, and now I get to explore them. His music is usually not technically challenging but always musically interesting.
Very well said. I agree. Thanks peter !

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lutoslawski wrote:
fleubis wrote:Peter, thank you so very much for the Rakov scores. I've been wondering what the other sonatinas looked like for some time, and now I get to explore them. His music is usually not technically challenging but always musically interesting.
Very well said. I agree. Thanks peter !

Tony
Thanks seconded !!
Best regards, Ferruccio
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I will post in the Recording part. Rakov's easy piano music, issued on a melodiya lp. Rakov as the performer.

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