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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Posted: Thu May 09, 2019 4:07 pm
by mballan
Following on my postings of music from Central Asia. Atadzhanov has been covered in the pinao solo thread, but this work is a collaboration with Kadyrov.

Gafur Kadyrovich Kadyrov. Born 1917, Tashkent, Uzbekistan : died 1985, same. Uzbek composer and teacher.

He graduated in 1945 from the Tashkent Conservatoire, after studies with Nadezhdin. Between the years 1945-1959 he taught at the Tashkent Musical College and from 1960 he became an associate professor at the Tashkent Conservatoire.

Kadyrov G & Atadzhanov M - Dance for Two Pianos.pdf

Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 2:57 pm
by mballan
Avaz Maksudovich Mansurov (1957 - ) Uzbek composer.

Mansurov A - Suite for Two Pianos.pdf
Suite for Two Pianos
1. Song of Youth
2. Vision
3. March

Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Posted: Wed May 15, 2019 10:51 am
by mballan
Georgy Aleksandrovich Mushel’. Born 1909, Tambov : died 1989, Tashkent. Pianist and composer.

He graduated in 1930 from the Tambov Conservatoire, and later in 1936 from the Moscow Conservatoire, where he had studied composition with Aleksandrov, Gnesin and Myaskovsky, and piano with Oborin.

He joined the faculty of the Tashkent Conservatoire in 1944. His music often incorporates Uzbek folk material, and he wrote the first Uzbek opera ‘Farkhad and Shirin’ and wrote the first Uzbek symphony.

Mushel G - Samarkand Suite (Suite No. 1) for Two Pianos (1963).pdf
Samarkand Suite [No. 1] – Two Pianos (1963)
1. On the open hills of Afrasiab
2. In the blooming valley of the Zeravshan
3. At dusk, in the shallows of Shahi-zinda
4. Samarkand in the rays of the rising sun

Mushel G - Suite No. 3 for Two Pianos.pdf
Suite No. 3 – Two Pianos (1975)
1. Festival March
2. Melancholic March
3. Charcteristic March
4. March of the Troops

Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Posted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 10:01 am
by mballan
Not one, but two piano concertos from the Georgian music site - both arranged for two pianos: Dali Davydovna Chkheidze (1927 - )

Chkheidze D - Concerto No. 2 for Piano & Orchestra 'For Youth' - arr. Two Pianos (1955 publ. 1983).pdf
Chkheidze D - Concerto No. 3 for Piano & String Orchestra - arr. Two Pianos (1973).pdf

Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Posted: Sat Aug 03, 2019 11:21 am
by mballan
Alexei Lvovich Larin. Born 1954, Saratov. Russian composer and teacher.

He graduated from the Moscow Boys Chapel in 1971, and then studied composition under Peyko at the Gnesin State Music and Pedagogical Institute, graduating in 1976. Completed assistant Internship at the Gnesin Institute in 1979.

Since 1978, he has been teaching at the Gnesin Russian Academy of Music (since 1998 as professor). Among the many students he has taught are: V. Belyaev, T. Ibrahimova (Russia - Germany), V. Magdalits, L. Micheva, P. Turabi (Tajikistan), and Dang Hong Anh (Vietnam - Poland).
Member of the Union of Composers of Russia, and Honored Artist of Russia,

Larin A - Two Pieces on Japanese Themes for Two Pianos.pdf
Two Pieces on Japanese Themes for Two Pianos (2002)
1. Bridge Edo
2. Rural Temple Holiday

Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Posted: Fri Aug 09, 2019 6:05 pm
by mballan
Valery Saparov (1947 - )

Saparov V - Suite `In the Pioneer Camp' for Two Pianos (1977).pdf
Suite `In the Pioneer Camp' for Two Pianos (1977)
1. Morning
2. Happy Play
3. Waltz of Friendship