Music for Violin & Piano

Small instrumental groups with or without piano
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by caostotale » Thu Oct 05, 2017 9:45 am

...and a number of other pieces from Armenia:

Pieces by Armenian Composers, for violin and piano (1973)

Aram Ilich KHACHATURYAN (KHACHATURIAN) - Song-Poem: in honor of Ashug (the People's Singer of Transcaucasia) (1929)
Edvard Mik'aeli MIRZOYAN - Introduction and Perpetual Motion
Lazar Martirosovich SARYAN - Aria and Toccata (1966) (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... %25D1%2587 )
Alexander Grigoryevich HARUTYUNYAN (ARUTYUNYAN, ARUTIUNIAN, etc...) - Dance
Eduard Aslanovich ABRAMIAN (ABRAMYAN) - Concert Scherzo (1954)
Pieces by Armenian Composers, for violin and piano (1973).pdf
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by caostotale » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:50 pm

Here's another volume that features pedagogical works from all over the Russian/Soviet territory. Most of the pieces are adaptations or excerpts from larger works. Here's a version of the Ayusheyev piece, played on chanza and piano:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xfr9WzEO7os

The Russian library listing that I used to find the title called it 'vol. 1', but I've not come upon any other volumes in the series.

Musical Geography, vol. 1 - Works by Composers of the RSFSR, for violin and piano (1974)

Yuri Alexandrovich SHAPORIN - Concertino (basis of the first and third movements of the Joke Suite 'Blok', for orchestra)
Sergei Sergeyevich PROKOFIEV - Waltz of the Diamonds (from the ballet 'The Stone Flower')
Dmitry Dmitriyevich SHOSTAKOVICH - Lullaby Song (based on no. 10 of Aphorisms, op. 13)
Mikhail Ivanovich CHULAKI - Russian Dance (Plyaska) (from the ballet 'The Tale of the Pope and his Worker Balde')
Tikhon Nikolayevich KHRENNIKOV - Revolutionary March (from the opera 'Mother')
Georgy Vasilyevich SVIRIDOV - Sad Song (from Children's Album, for piano)
Georgy Vasilyevich SVIRIDOV - March (from Children's Album, for piano)
Edison Vasilyevich DENISOV - Allegretto (from the Sonatina for violin and piano)
Shchedrin - Duettino (from the ballet 'The Little Humpbacked Horse')
Lauri Karlovich IOUSINEN (Karelia) - Karelian Lullaby (no bio available)
Nikolai Ivanovich PEIKO (PEYKO) - From Yakutian Legend (from the symphonic cycle 'Pieces (7) on USSR Folk Themes')
Andrei Yakovlevich ESHPAI (Mari El) - Melody & Dance
Mikhail A. ALEKSEEV (ALEKSEYEV) (Chuvashia) - Scherzo (second movement of the Suite for oboe and piano, from 'Chuvash Melodies' cycle)
Farid Zagidullovich YARULLIN (Tatarstan) - Duet (from the ballet 'Shurale')
Khaliq (Khalik) Shakirovich ZAIMOV (Bashkortostan) - Prelude (from the cycle 'Preludes (8) for piano')
Dandar Dampilovich AYUSHEYEV (AYUSHEEV) (Buryatia) - Khantarma
Alexey Boktayevich CHYRGAL-OOL (Tuva) - Melody (fragment from the symphonic poem 'Aldan Maadyr') (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... %25D1%2587 )

violin solo:
Sergei Artemyevich AGABABOV (Dagestan) - Improvisation (from the Suite, for violin)
Musical Geography, vol. 1 - Works by Composers of the RSFSR, for violin and piano (1974).pdf
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by caostotale » Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:26 pm

Some biographical details and a works list can be seen at:

https://translate.googleusercontent.com ... v0zTqqbVJw

Niss studied with Herman Litinsky and Vasily Belyi (who himself was one of the early Soviet composers to study with Myaskovsky). I don't know much about her music, but have seen a number of her pieces in different pedagogical anthologies. Some of these pieces appear in other volumes.

Sofia Nathanovna NISS
Selected Pieces, for violin and piano (pub. 1986)

contents:
- Song
- Naigrush
- Pieces (2); 1. Romance, 2. Little Capriccio
- Dance
- Pieces (2); 1. Mazurka, 2. Gavotte
- Humoresque
- Melody and Tarantella
- Bolero
- Theme and Variations
- Caravan
Niss - Selected Pieces, for violin and piano (pub. 1986).pdf
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by caostotale » Thu Oct 05, 2017 10:28 pm

Some biographical info:
http://www.composers21.com/compdocs/ledenyovr.htm

Roman Semyonovich LEDENYOV (LEDENEV, etc.)
Violin Concerto, op. 12 (1961-64) (piano reduction by the composer)
Ledenyov - Violin Concerto, op. 12 (1961-64) (piano red.).pdf
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by mballan » Sun Oct 15, 2017 1:29 pm

Yakov Stepanovich Stepovy (1883-1921)

Two Pieces: 1. Cantabile for Cello & Piano and 2. Romance for Violin & Piano.

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Stepovy Y - Op 8 bis Deux Morceaux for Cello or Violin & Piano (1911-12).pdf
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by caostotale » Sun Oct 22, 2017 3:20 pm

The first of the two violin sonatas in this volume can be heard at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yklNhQf6NQ8

Lyutsian (Lucian) Abramovich PRIGOZHIN (orig. Uzbekistan, later St. Petersburg)
Sonatas (2), for violin and piano

including:
- Sonata-Burlesca [Violin Sonata no. 1] (1967)
- Violin Sonata no. 2 (1969)
Prigozhin - Sonatas (2), for violin and piano (1967, 1969).pdf
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by mballan » Sun Oct 29, 2017 12:31 pm

Sergei Bortkiewicz (1877-1952) - an arrangement of his Op 3 No. 3 Gavotte-Caprice for Violin & Piano by L. Weninger.

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Bortkiewicz - Op 3 No. 3 Gavotte-Caprice - arr. Violin & Piano (piano).pdf
Bortkiewicz - Op 3 No. 3 Gavotte-Caprice - arr. Violin & Piano (violin).pdf
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by Jim Faston » Sun Oct 29, 2017 12:41 pm

Another winner Malcolm. This appears to me to be an arrangement for theater or dance hall orchestra.

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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by caostotale » Tue Oct 31, 2017 4:19 pm

Two short pieces by Ivannikov:

Vladimir Sergeyevich IVANNIKOV
Poem, on a Polish theme, for violin and piano
Ivannikov - Poem, on a Polish theme, for violin and piano.pdf
Poem no. 2, for violin and piano
Ivannikov - Poem no. 2, for violin and piano.pdf
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Re: Music for Violin & Piano

Post by Jim Faston » Tue Oct 31, 2017 6:41 pm

Yevlakhov_Lyrical Variation for violin and piano from the ballet Ivushka, Op.25 (score & part).pdf
Here's the Lyrical Variation for violin and piano from Yevlakhov's ballet Ivushka, Op.25. Score and part included.
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