Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by HTIEKFR » Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:18 pm

Hello
I'm looking for the Bagatelle op 1 n°3 by Valentin Silvestrov if not under copyright
Schott has some scores but couldn't find any piano music
Thanks

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by isokani » Wed Jan 08, 2020 8:31 pm

Beliaeff publishes Silvestrov's music. He's alive, by the way. Schott has some kind of distributor relationship with Beliaeff, who have published lots of Silvestrovs' piano music.

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by musiclife217 » Mon Jan 13, 2020 4:11 am

I have a general question about Arensky's Op. 65 - it is a suite in 8 movements, but - what does mean by a "Canon" at the "second," "third," "fourth," etc.? The score is on IMSLP. Any illumination would be appreciated.

8 movements

Praeludium. Kanon durch Verlängerung
Aria [Basso continuo]. Kanon in der Sekunde
Scherzino. Kanon in der Terz
Gavotte. Kanon in der Quarte
Elegia. Kanon in der Quinte
Romanze. Kanon in der Sexte
Intermezzo. Kanon in der Septime
Alla polacca. Kanon in der Oktave


Prelude : canon by augmentation --
Aria : canon at the second --
Scherzino : canon at the third --
Gavotte : canon at the fourth --
Elegie : canon at the fifth --
Romanze : canon at the sixth --
Intermezzo : canon at the seventh --
Alla polacca : canon at the octave.

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by Jean-Séb » Mon Jan 13, 2020 10:49 am

I believe you will find interesting explanations regarding canons in reference to Bach Goldberg's variations.
http://dantepfer.com/blog/?p=762
See also
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canon_(music)

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Tue Jan 28, 2020 3:57 pm

A number of new scores recently posted on Aperock Russian website.
Baltin A - 'In first grade' Children's Album (Soviet Composer 1987).pdf
'In First Grade' Children's Album (Soviet Composer 1987)
1. Fanfara
2. Bylina
3. Babushkin Goat (Mari fairy tale)
4. Spring is Red
5. Two Friends (canon)
6. In the first class!
7. Sleeping Time
8. A Nightmare
9. Alarm Clock
10. Trumpet Calls
11. Sonatina
12. Russian tunes:
a. Voiced harp (dance)
b. Ditty to the ditty
c. Vladimir’s horn (dance)
13. Mari tunes:
a. Clay Nightingale
b. At the Uzbek fair
14. Variations on the French theme
15. Six Romanian Dances
16. March from music to Andersen's Fairy-tales
17. On the train
18. Roll call in the Forest
19. Competition (study)

Blok V - 'Toys' Four Albums for Children (Soviet Composer 1982).pdf
Blok V - 'Toys' Four Albums for Children (Soviet Composer 1982) [useful collection of four albums by Blok]
‘Toy Suite’ Miniatures – Seven Pieces (1967)
1. Tumbler
2. Duckling
3. Toy Soldier
4. Ballerina
5. The Clock
6. Matrioshka
7. Footballer
Four Sounds – Five Pieces for Children
1. Lullaby
2. Humorous Catchphrase
3. Melancholic Song
4. To Play the Accordion
5. Serenade
Twenty-Two Pieces on Russian Folksongs for Children
1. Spring is coming
2. Lullaby
3. Tales
4. Lullaby
5. Fairy tale about a bear
6. We plant an apple tree
7. Games
8. Patter
9. Drawn
10. Rhyme
11. Prigovorka
12. Tale
13. Rascals-baluns (rhymes)
14. Pripevki
15. Lullaby
16. Rain, pouring on the steps: (Game)
17. Round dance
18. Rabbit runs on the road (rhymes)
19. Prigovorka
20. Rhyme
21. Zaklichka
22. Plyasova [Dancing Tune]
In Folk Harmonies – Fourteen Pieces
1. Comic
2. Russian song
3. Horns and balalaika
4. Lullaby
5. Lilt
6. Epic tune
7. Tales
8. Bagpipes Tune
9. Old Serenade
10. Rural musicians
11. Sad Melody
12. Bashkir ditties
13. Little Ballad
14. In the Hungarian Style
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Tue Jan 28, 2020 4:04 pm

Karayev K - Childrens Album (Soviet Composer 1978).pdf
Karayev K - Childrens Album (Soviet Composer 1978) [useful as contains two separate albums of pieces + Polka + Sonatina No. 1]
Six Pieces for Children (1973)
1. Little Valse
2. Spinning Top
3. Reverie
4. At Play
5. Narrative
6. Merry Event
Six Pieces of Medium Difficulty
1. Rain is Coming
2. Little Story
3. In the Mountains
4. Obsessive Thought
5. Forgotten Waltz
6. Northern Duet
Polka
Sonatina

Kikta V - 'Birch Horn' Album of Piano Pieces - Book 2 (Soviet Composer 1975).pdf
'Birch Horn' Album of Piano Pieces (Soviet Composer 1975)
Book 2
1. Slender tune of the horns
2. Carol
3. Mazurka-pizzicato
4. The Woodpecker
5. Kiev triptych
i. Variations on the epic theme ‘Dobrynya and Alyosha’
ii. Capital City of Kiev
iii. Heroic Cry
6. Kolomyyka
7. The Tik-tik-tik — tak -tak-tak (Scherzo)
8. Amusing regiment of Peter I
9. Waltz in the spirit of Griboedov
10. Watch with an Owl and the Cuckoos
11. Virtuoso rondo
12. Smolenskaya Sonatina
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Tue Jan 28, 2020 4:10 pm

Kolodub L - Album for Children (Ukrainia Music 1983).pdf
Album for Children – Twenty Seven Pieces (1981-3)
1. Song of the Little Bear
2. Melody
3. ‘Arkan’ Ukrainian Folk Dance
4. Hopak
5. Trepak
6. Music Trios
7. Hutsul Dance
8. ‘Wonderful Water’ Sicilian Melody
9. The Choir Sings
10. ‘Oh, on the mountain and the women reap’ Ukrainian Folksong (canon)
11. March
12. Old Russian Folksong
13. Georgian Folksong.
14. A Little Poem (in the Armenian style)
15. Horo. Bulgarian Dance
16. ’On the bridge in Avignon’ Provencal Song
17. Spanish Dance
18. Old English Song (Aunt Sally's song from the musical ‘Adventures on the Mississippi’)
19. ‘Rejoice, Haralamba!’ Comic Greek Song
20. ‘In the Chicken Coop’ Toccatina
21. French Horns Play
22. Sentimental Waltz
23. The Doll Sings
24. The Cheerful Negro
25. ‘The Serration’ Invention
26. ‘Running to School’ Toccata
27. Scherzino

Krasilnikov I - Music for Children (Soviet Composer 1988).pdf
Music for Children (Soviet Composer 1988)
1. Our School
2. A Sad Song
3. Dance of the Clatter
4. Lullaby of the Bear
5. Riding on a Donkey
6. On Gatherings
7. Trumpet, Bugler !
8. Recollection
9. Clock with a Second Hand
10. Autumn Outside the Window
11. Tune
12. Fairy-tale
13. Vesnyanka
14. March
15. On a Boat (Barcarolle)
16. Christmas Carol
17. Waltz of Malvina
18. Night Rustles
19. Ping-pong
20. Seascape
21. Autumn Wind
22. Distant Mountains
23. Railway (Toccata)
24. Flowers Open
25. Movement
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Tue Jan 28, 2020 4:17 pm

Magidenko M - Childrens Album (Soviet Composer 1987).pdf
Childrens Album (Soviet Composer 1987)
1. The Pioneers are Coming
2. The Sick Sheep
3. The Cooing Pigeons
4. The Cockerel Woke Up
5. On Stilts
6. Buryonushka [Stormy]
7. Fidgeting Goat
8. Collective Farm Shepherd
9. Elephant Dance
10. Turkeys
11. Frisky horse
12. Chicks and Hen
13. Cheerful Puppy
14. The Blacksmith
15. Rope
16. Slow Dance
17. Bulgarian Dance
18. Intermezzo No. 1
19. Intermezzo No. 2
20. Concert Waltz
21. Waltz-Caprice
22. Waltz-Shutka [Joke]

Nikolaeva T - Childrens Album (1958 Soviet Composer 1972 - expanded version).pdf
Op 19 Children’s Album (1958 Soviet Composer 1972 – expanded version)
1. March
2. Little Waltz
3. Polka
4. Etude
5. Old Style Waltz
6. Mazurka
7. Harlequin Dance
8. Doll Romance
9. Elegy
10. Tarantella
11. Musical Snuff Box
12. Gallop

Nikolaeva T - Op 31 'We draw Animals' Fourteen Picture-Pieces for Children (Soviet Composer 1984).pdf
Op 31 'We draw Animals' Fourteen Picture-Pieces for Children (Soviet Composer 1984)
1. Pussy-Cat
2. Little Lamb
3. Billy-Goat
4. Rooster and Hens
5. Geese
6. The Bull
7. The Horse
8. Pigeon
9. The Turkey
10. Jolly Little Donkey
11. The Cow
12. The Pigs
13. Bunnies
14. The Dog
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by caostotale » Wed Jan 29, 2020 5:28 am

FYI, I'm reasonably certain that Aperock pulls all of its scores off of the ale07.ru site where I've been finding most of my 'NMS' items.

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by plehanov39 » Fri Jan 31, 2020 6:30 am

caostotale wrote:
Wed Jan 29, 2020 5:28 am
FYI, I'm reasonably certain that Aperock pulls all of its scores off of the ale07.ru site where I've been finding most of my 'NMS' items.
Yes, all children's piano albums from aperock - it's my own scans for ale

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