Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Thu Mar 28, 2019 5:51 pm

Another new composer to me: Yury Nikolaevich Stasiuk. Born 1974, Kleven, Rovno region, Ukraine. Ukrainian composer and guitarist.

He graduated in 1989 from the Rovna Secondary School No. 2 after studies in guitar under Iosifovna. And then graduated in 1993, from the Rovno State Music College after studies in guitar with Babek. He then studied at the Lviv State Music Academy, graduating in 2004 – guitar with Leonidovna.
Noted composer on works for guitar as well as other instrumental groups. From 2002, was soloist guitarist of the Rovno regional Philharmonic Society and since 2008, head of the Association of Guitarists of the Rivne Oblast Department of the National All-Ukrainian Music Union. In 2010 he graduated from the Theoretical & Composer Department of the Lviv National Music Academy, after studies with Skorik, and since 2011, has been a member of the National Union of Composers of Ukraine.

Op 16 Waltz in D minor (2016)
Stasiuk Y - Op 16 Waltz in D minor (2016).pdf

Op 17 New Year Suite (2018)
1. New Year Snowflakes
2. By the Fireplace
3. Magical Dream
4. Celebration
Stasiuk Y - Op 17 New Year Suite (2018).pdf

Children’s Album (2016)
1. Hedgehog
2. Gopher
3. Bear
4. Ostrich
5. Squirrel
6. Little Fish
7. Seal
8. Pony
9. Birth of Butterfly
10. Penguins
11. Spiders
12. Bird in a cage
13. Giraffe
14. Dog
15. Crane and Frog
16. Cockerel
Stasiuk Y - Children's Album (2016).pdf

'Spring Drops' Twelve Pieces for Piano (2017)
Stasiuk Y - 'Spring Drops' Twelve Pieces for Piano (2017).pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Sat Mar 30, 2019 9:37 am

Dmitri Capyrin (Kapyrin) Born 1960, Moscow. Graduted first from the Moscow Music College in 1979, and then from the Lviv Conservatoire in 1984. Also undertook masterclasses with Ruders and Denisov in Denmark. Currently lives and works as a freelance composer in Moscow.

Capyrin D - Asymmetric Dances. Fives Pieces for Piano.pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Tue Apr 02, 2019 4:09 pm

Yegeni Doga. Born 1937, Mokra, Rybnitsa district, Moldova.

He graduated from the Kishinev Musical College (1951-55) and the Conservatoire (1955-60) after studies in cello with Bachini. Unfortunately, paralysis of the left hand forced Doga to work on composition and he again entered the conservatoire (1960–65) to study with Lobel.

From 1962-63, Doga taught at the Stephan Neaga Music School and from 1963-67, he taught at the Chisinau Music School. During his life he has been involved in many enterprises including music director of a loacl radio orchestra; music editor in publishing; Member of the Repertory Board of the Ministry of Culture of Moldova (1967-1972); Member of the Committee of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR on science, public education, culture and education (1989-91); Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Culture of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR.

Doga E - Whites Pieces on a Black Piano. Concert Pieces.pdf
Doga E - Winter Notebook.pdf
‘Winter Notebook’ Fifteen Pieces (2012)
1. Balkan motif
2. In the artist's workshop
3. Little walk
4. Dance on ice
5. Confession
6. Ice castle
7. At the ball
8. For memory
9. Horse rider on a white horse
10. Nostalgia
11. First date
12. Snow avalanche
13. Snow powder
14. Old book
15. Solar path
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Fri Apr 05, 2019 4:20 pm

Ilya Sergeevich Kachay. Born 1989.

In 2005, he graduated with honors from the Children's Music School No. 1 in the Piano class, during which he also undertook specialsit studies with Tsiunchik. He also attended lessons in composition under Yudin and jazz improvisation from Markaic. In 2009, he graduated in piano from the Krasnoyarsk College of Arts after studies with Elginoy. He became a laureate of regional piano competitions of performers and composers.

In 2014, he graduated with honors from the Humanitarian Institute of the Siberian Federal University, receiving the qualification "Philosopher, Lecturer", and in 2017 - graduate school at the Siberian Federal University, receiving the qualification "Teacher-Researcher" in the direction of training "Ethics, Philosophy and Religious Studies".

He became the laureate of all-Russian festivals and competitions of art song and became the head of the art song club and artistic director / accompanist of the choir of the Siberian Federal University.
Currently he is a senior lecturer in the philosophy department of the Humanitarian Institute of the Siberian Federal University.

Piano Album
1. Polka
2. Gavotte
3. Prelude No. 1
4. Prelude No. 2 ‘Mists in the Mountains’
5. Prelude No. 3 ‘Thunderstorm’
6. Prelude No. 4
7. Prelude No. 5
8. Concertino for Two Pianos

Kachay I - Album for Piano.pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Sun Apr 07, 2019 2:44 pm

Tikhon Khrennikov (1913-2007)..........saint or sinner, his name often provokes much discussion. But here is something a little more innocent from this composer.
Khrennikov T - Six Pieces for Children.pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Sat Apr 13, 2019 7:30 am

Yuri Nikolaevich Kornakov. Born 1938 in Ulan-Ude : died 2001. Composer.

He studied with Gubaidulina and Singer at the Novosibirsk Conservatoire, graduating in 1962. Undertook post-grad studies in composition with Murov, completing in 1967. From 1968 taught in the piano department of the Leningrad Institute of Culture.

Nice selection of piano works by this composer.

Kornakov Y - Piano Album.pdf

Piano Album
1. ‘Images for Children’ Six Pieces (1976-77)
a. Scene
b. Dance
c. Meditation
d. Doll’s Rondo
e. Pantomime
f. Little Serenade
2. Sonatina (1966)
3. Concert Variations on a Buryat Theme (1972)
4. Ten Pieces (c. 1984)
a. Procession
b. Etude ‘In Balck & White’
c. Malvina
d. Menuet I
e. Buryat dance
f. Minuet II
g. Anxious Thirds
h. Etude ‘Mischievous Scales’
i. Whimsical Fourths
j. The Lonely Clown
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Fri Apr 19, 2019 8:52 am

Anton Olegovich Nikonov. Born 1992, Ulyanovsk. Russian composer, and pianist. Member of the Union of Composers of Russia, member of the Union of Composers of the Republic of Mordovia, member of the International Union of Composers of the XXI century, member of the All-Russian Musical Society. Participant of the XIX World Festival of Youth and Students in Sochi.

He began to study music at the age of 9, while learning to play the piano in music school No. 3 of the city of Ulyanovsk. Then he continued his studies at the Ulyanovsk Music College under Shadrina and further studies at the Ulyanovsk State University in the special piano class of Tatiana Troitskaya. At the same time he was engaged in private studies in composition and theory of instrumentation with M.I. Harsh.

As a pianist, he is repeatedly requested to become the first performer of works by contemporary composers in his homeland. In his compositional style, he combines the tendencies of ‘new simplicity’, ‘pessimistic realism’ and ‘melancholy’. His greatest interest is in the genre of the instrumental concerto and piano works in all forms (for such a young composer, he has written extensively for the piano including two piano concertos todate).

Re copyright - these scores are available freely on the composer's website.
Nikonov A - 'Abstractions' - Notebook 2 (2014).pdf
Nikonov A - Variations on a theme by Dunaevsky (2010 rev 2015).pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Tue Apr 23, 2019 3:42 pm

Vyacheslav Sergeevich Belyakov. Born 1938, Vologda. Composer and choral teacher.

In 1964 he graduated from the Saratov Pedagogical Institute.

Upon returning to Vologda in 1968, he lead the children's music and choral studio, on the basis of which the Music School No. 5 was later created.

Belyakov has devoted more than thirty-five years to working with children, developing the choral culture of the Vologda region. His key achievement was the creation the youth choir ‘Cantilena’, under his leadship the choir became the winner of various international, Russian and regional choral competitions and festivals. In 1996, the choir was awarded the title ‘People's Group’. The majority of Belyakov’s compositions are for choir.

Belyakov V - Three Dramatic Preludes (2014).pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Wed Apr 24, 2019 2:37 pm

We have had other works by Yury Chugunov shared on this site - here are his Fifteen Jazz Ballads - all based on well known songs arranged by the composer. Titles are in English.

Malcolm

Chugunov Y - Fifteen Jazz Ballades (1999).pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by besmart » Wed Apr 24, 2019 8:08 pm

Hi,

Does anyone have any information about V. Shcherbachov, especially a list of piano works?

Thanks

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