Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by ilu » Fri Sep 14, 2018 6:25 pm

Emil Borisovich Sernov wrote:Thank you so much, parag!

and ilu - I know, he was born in Tallinn. But he studied under Nikolai Sokolov in Petrograd and spent most of his life in Moscow and Leningrad. So I decided to upload the file on this thread :)
You're right, since his musical training was in Russia, he just wanted to specify his place of birth.

Regards.
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by Jim Faston » Fri Sep 21, 2018 12:49 am

Here's a different edition than the one previously posted by Malcolm of the Romantic Sonatina by Murad Kazhlaev. -nms-
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by Jim Faston » Sat Sep 22, 2018 12:29 am

Here's a scan of Deshevov's Ballerina. -nms- Anyone with the Prelude from 1910 or The Stigmata of St Francis of Assisi from 1911? Many thanks.
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Sat Sep 22, 2018 9:05 am

Jim Faston wrote:Here's a scan of Deshevov's Ballerina. -nms- Anyone with the Prelude from 1910 or The Stigmata of St Francis of Assisi from 1911? Many thanks.
Deshevov_Ballerina.pdf
Jim, I have both but will send them privately as from a modern re-print.

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by caostotale » Wed Oct 03, 2018 7:58 pm

Here's another volume of the 'Album of Soviet Children's Music' series that editors Alexander Bakulov and Konstantin Sorokin published in the 1970s-80s. While the previous one ( viewtopic.php?f=11&t=570&p=29606#p29606 ) included pieces for upper-level students, this one's repertoire is for mid-level students (what Soviet pianists called classes IV-V). According to the note at the beginning of the volume, vols. 1-3 were beginner's pieces, vols. 4-6 were for mid-level players and vols. 7-9 were for the upper-level players. As well, the series continued into the 1980s, with at least five further volumes, each specific to certain playing levels. I'd be very interested to get a hold of the other mid-level (vols. 4, 5, 12, 13) and advanced (vols. 7, 8, and 14) volumes in the series, as they include plenty of excellent pieces.

Album of Soviet Children's Music, pieces for piano, vol. 6 (Pedagogical Repertoire, Middle Classes) (1979)

Rustem Mukhamet-Khazeyevich YAKHIN (Tatarstan) - On the Tree at Guzel
Tariel Lukich BAKRADZE (Georgia) - Fairy Tale (Skazka)
Fikret Mashadi Jamil oghlu AMIROV (Azerbaijan) - Pieces (2); 1. Lyrical Dance, 2. Lullaby
Dimitri Alexeyevich TOLSTOY - In Spain
Stanislav Vladislavovich STEMPNEVSKY - A Duck Swimming on the Lake (Lithuanian folk song)
Revol Samuilovich BUNIN - Hares and Squirrels Play the Gorelki (Russian folk game)
Tatiana Petrovna NIKOLAYEVA (NIKOLAEVA) - Elegy, op. 19/8
Otar Vasilyevich TAKTAKISHVILI (Georgia) - Pieces (2); 1. March, 2. Dance
Merab Alekseyevich PARTSKHALADZE (Georgia) - Dance
Andrei Yakovlevich ESHPAI (Mari El) - Pieces (4); 1. Tatar Dance Song, 2. Kazakh Song, 3. Perepolochka (zither-type instrument), 4. Prelude
Boris Alexandrovich TCHAIKOVSKY - Pieces (2); 1. Fugetta, 2. Romance
Vytautas KLOVA (Lithuania) - Prelude
Mikhail Alexandrovich MARUTAYEV (MARUTAEV) - Fairy Tale (Skazochka)
Valentina Yanovna ZHUBINSKAYA - On a Walk
Sergei Artemyevich AGABABOV (Dagestan) - Little Horseman
Nikolai Nikolayovich POLYNSKY (Uzbekistan) - Pieces (2); 1. Soviet Frontiermen, 2. Cheerful Journey
Tatyana Borisovna NAZAROVA-MEDTNER - Game of Tag
Edison Vasilyevich DENISOV - Pieces (2); 1. Lullaby, 2. Round Dance (Khorovod)
Yuri Mikhailovich CHICHKOV - Fugue
Kaly MOLDOBASANOV (Kyrgyzstan) - Cheerful March
Boris Petrovich KRAVCHENKO - Fantastic Procession
Alexander Ivanovich PIRUMOV - Prelude and Toccata
Eino Martinovich TAMBERG (Estonia) - Ballade, op. 13/12
Nikolai Nikolayevich SIDELNIKOV - Pieces (2); 1. Lullaby of the Birch, 2. I hear a song in my homeland (Passacaglia)
Eduard Aramovich HAGAGORTYAN (KHAGAGORTYAN, etc.) (Armenia) - Piece
Roman Semyonovich LEDENYOV (LEDENEV, etc.) - Pieces (2); 1. Autumn Day, 2. Latvian Folk Song
Alexander Alexandrovich BALTIN - Pieces (2); 1. Long Ago, 2. The Quail
Murad Magomedovich KAZHLAYEV (KAZHLAEV) (Dagestan) - Piece (on a theme from a Lezgin folk song) (no. 7 from 'Dagestan Album')
Alexei Alexandrovich NIKOLAYEV (NIKOLAEV) - Fairy Tale (Skazka)
Herman Grigoryevich OKUNEV - Chastushka (Ditty)
Alexander Georgyevich FLYARKOVSKY - Song
Rostislav Grigoryevich BOIKO (BOYKO) - Pieces (2); 1. Autumn Landscape, 2. Spring Song
Sofia Asgatovna GUBAIDULINA (Tatarstan) - Pieces (2); 1. Elk in the Clearing, 2. Snow Sleigh with Bells
Sergei Mikhailovich SLONIMSKY - Northern Song
Vladimir Mikhailovich BLOK - Exciting Story
Rodion Konstantinovich SHCHEDRIN - Scherzino
Musa Abdulla ogly MIRZOYEV (Azerbaijan) - Prelude
Alfred Garriyevich SCHNITTKE (Volga-German ASSR) - Children's Piece
Vladislav Hermanovich AGAFONNIKOV - Pieces (2); 1. Winter Evening, 2. Elegy
Yuri Markovich BUTSKO - Scherzo-Pastorale
Boris Ivanovich TISHCHENKO - Puzzles (3)
Valery Alexandrovich GAVRILIN - Pieces (2); 1. Prelude, 2. Dance (no. 3 from 'Three Dances')
Chary NURYMOV (Turkmenistan) - Prelude
Valery Grigoryevich KIKTA (Ukraine) - Little Drummer (Rondo)
Album of Soviet Children's Music, pieces for piano, vol. 6 (Pedagogical Repertoire, Middle Classes) (1979).pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by caostotale » Wed Oct 03, 2018 11:32 pm

And one more recent find from the internet:

Pedagogical Pieces by Leningrad Composers, for piano, vol. 14 (Middle & Senior Classes) (1984)

Vladimir Vladimirovich SHCHERBACHEV (SHCHERBACHYOV, etc.) - Chimes (from the film 'Peter I')
Orest Alexandrovich YEVLAKHOV - Gavotte
Sergei Yakovlevich WOLFENSON (VOLFENZON) (Ukraine) - Tarantella
Yefim Bentsionovich SIROTKIN - Autumn (bio at https://translate.googleusercontent.com ... XpuEf21ydw )
Nina Alexandrovna OSETROVA-YAKOVLEVA - Joke (bio at https://translate.googleusercontent.com ... wgoXQK56cA )
Yury Nikolayevich KORNAKOV (Buryatia) - Lonely Clown
Zhanna Lazarevna METALLIDI - Rondo (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... rev=search )
Stanislav Sergeyevich VAZHOV - In the Old Park
Valery Alexandrovich GAVRILIN, Zinaida Yakovlevna VITKIN (arr.) - Tarantella, from 'Suite no. 5'
Vladimir Ivanovich TSYTOVICH (TSITOVICH) - Bagpipes (Scherzo)
Grigory Oshyevich KORCHMAR - Debaters (Rondo) (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... rev=search )
Yevgeny Markovich IRSHAI - Sonatina (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... rev=search )
Alexander Pavlovich SMELKOV - Sonatina (bio at https://translate.googleusercontent.com ... UMY9mXeA_g )
Sergei Mikhailovich SLONIMSKY - Romantic Waltz
Pieces by Leningrad Composers, for piano, vol. 14 (Middle & Senior Classes) (1984).pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by fleubis » Thu Oct 04, 2018 6:15 pm

Thanks you caostotale for this interesting collection. I'm so jealous of the young people in places like Leningrad who actually have NEW pieces of music to explore. In the West for me it was "just" the classics and a sharp dissonance a rare commodity.

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by besmart » Sat Oct 13, 2018 1:58 am

Hello,

Does anyone know if the Shostakovich Waltz No. 2 as arranged for piano by F. Noack will be published by Sikorski and when?

If anyone has a copy to share privately please let me know.

Thanks

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qxh-L_atY0g

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by caostotale » Fri Oct 19, 2018 7:33 am

Was very happy to stumble upon a scan of this set of pieces which, unless I'm mistaken, was only published in Belarus and, as such, is pretty rare. Alfor shared Abeliovich's first set of Frescoes (composed in 1965) a while back. Both sets were recorded on Alexander Tutunov's excellent two-disc set on the Altarus label.

Lev Moiseyevich ABELIOVICH (Belarus)
Frescoes - Book II, pieces (12) for piano (1972)

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by caostotale » Fri Oct 19, 2018 7:57 am

...and a sonata by another Belarus-based composer. Alfor shared a couple of her works a while back.

Info at:

https://translate.googleusercontent.com ... Dn2U75iuew

Eta Moiseyevna TYRMAND (Belarus)
Piano Sonata (1972)
Tyrmand - Piano Sonata (1972).pdf
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