Music for Guitar, Lute, etc...

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Re: Music for Guitar, Lute, etc...

Post by caostotale » Tue Sep 26, 2017 2:47 pm

Album for the Beginning Guitarist (Six-String), vol. 27 (1988)

Russian & Soviet Repertoire
Sergei Sergeyevich PROKOFIEV - Song
Anatoly Nikolayevich ALEXANDROV - Pieces (3); 1. Drizzles of Rain, 2. New Year's Polka, 3. When I was a Child
Nikolai Nikolayevich SIDELNIKOV - Cheerful Rain
Lev Markovich BIRNOV - Pieces (2); 1. Falling of the Leaves, 2. Gavotte
Vitaly Artemyevich GEVIKSMAN - Pieces (2) from the cycle 'Musical Atlas'; 1. Runic Chant (Finland), 2. Carmela (Spain)
Emiliy Yevgenyevich ZAKHAROV - Pieces (2); 1. Tune, 2. Romantic Piece
Yevgeny Dmitriyevich LARICHEV - Etude
S. VORONTSOV - Miniature
A. KACHANOV - March
Alexei Nikolayevich VERSTOVSKY - Waltz
Alexander Lvovich GURILEV - Prelude

Classical and International Repertoire
Johann Sebastian BACH - Menuet
Silvius Leopold WEISS - Prelude
Fernando SOR - Etude
Franz LISZT - Russian Song
Johannes BRAHMS - Serenade in Vain
Maurice RAVEL - Pavane (from the ballet 'Ma mère l'Oye')

Folk Song Arrangements
Vladimir Ivanovich MORKOV (arr.) - Luchinushka (Russian folk song)
Yevgeny Dmitriyevich LARICHEV (arr.) - There were Auntie's Seven Sons-in-Law (Russian folk song)
Boris Mikhailovich KISELYEV (KISELEV) (arr.) - Oh, at the Cherry Orchard (Ukraine folk song)
Stefan Mnatsakanovich NAGDYAN (NAGDIAN) (Armenia) - Sleep (Armenian folk song)
Album for the Beginning Guitarist (Six-String), vol. 27 (1988).pdf
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Re: Music for Guitar, Lute, etc...

Post by caostotale » Thu Sep 28, 2017 8:54 am

The works by Larichev and Vorontsov in this book have the same titles as their works in vol. 27. In both cases, they are different pieces.

Album for the Beginning Guitarist (Six-String), vol. 28 (1988)

Russian & Soviet Repertoire
Emiliy Yevgenyevich ZAKHAROV - Dance
Avrelian Grigoryevich RUBBAKH - Children's Pieces (8); 1. Lullaby, 2. Bunny, 3. Waltz, 4. Sparrow, 5. Teddy Bear, 6. Song, 7. Fairy Tale, 8. Riddle
Alexander Mikhailovich IVANOV-KRAMSKOY - Dance
Yu. SOLOVYEV - Oasis
Petr Ivanovich PANIN - Small Pieces (5) (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... -panin.htm )
Alexander Semenovich SHIROKOV - Old Tune
Mark Grigoryevich FRADKIN - Song (from the film 'Simple Story')
Alexander Mikhailovich IVANOV-KRAMSKOY - Etude
Yevgeny Dmitriyevich LARICHEV - Etude
S. VORONTSOV - Miniature
S. SOKOLOV - Impromptu
Yu. GRIBKOV - Pieces (2); 1. Prelude, 2. Little Waltz
Alexei Nikolayevich VERSTOVSKY - Girls' Choir (from the opera 'Askold's Grave')

Classical and International Repertoire
Andrei Osipovich SYCHRA - Prelude
Robert de VISEE - Gigue
Mauro GIULIANI - Etude
Nicolo PAGANINI - Menuet
Jan Antonin LOSY - Little Suite
Ferdinando CARULLI - Siciliana
Johann Kaspar MERTZ - Andantino
Mauro GIULIANI - Piece

Folk Song Arrangements
Vladimir Stanislavovich SAZONOV (arr.) - How is the Little Village (Russian folk song) (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... %25D1%2587 )
Yevgeny Dmitriyevich LARICHEV (arr.) - As a Young Man Yearning for Attack (Russian folk song)
V. PAKHOMOV (arr.) - Maple, You are my Fallen (no bio found)
Album for the Beginning Guitarist (Six-String), vol. 28 (1988).pdf
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Re: Music for Guitar, Lute, etc...

Post by caostotale » Sat Sep 30, 2017 7:17 am

Album for the Beginning Guitarist (Six-String), vol. 29 (1988-89)

Russian & Soviet Repertoire
Nikolai Yakovlevich MYASKOVSKY - Sad Melody
Dmitri Borisovich KABALEVSKY - Prelude
Samuil Moiseyevich MAYKAPAR - Canon
Mikhail Adamovich SKORULSKY (Ukraine) - Prelude
Tikhon Nikolayevich KHRENNIKOV - Scherzo
Murad Magomedovich KAZHLAYEV (KAZHLAEV) (Dagestan) - Prelude
Grigory Samuilovich FRID - Negro Lullaby
Roman Semyonovich LEDENYOV (LEDENEV, etc.) - Scherzino
Rostislav Grigoryevich BOIKO (BOYKO) - Ancient Dance
Eino Martinovich TAMBERG (Estonia) - In the Folk Tone
Eugen KAPP (Estonia) - Waltz, from the ballet 'Golden Spirals'
Anatoly Nikolayevich MYNOV (Tatarstan) - Gentle Smile
Yevgeny Omelyanovich YUTSEVICH (YUTSEVYCH) (Ukraine) - March
Vladimir Vladimirovich BELYAYEV (BELYAEV) - Bourree (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... /node/5909 )
Isaak Yakovlevich BERKOVICH (Ukraine) - Russian Dance (Plyasovaya)
Yuri Poliyevktovich BLINOV - Autumn Sketch
Pavel Oskarovich VESHCHITSKY (WIESZCZYCKI) - Novelettes (3)
A. KACHANOV - Andante
A. BORK - Humoresque (no bio available)
Nikolai Sergeyevich POTOLOVSKY - Hunter
Henryk PACHULSKI (Poland) - Two-Part Fugue
Alexander Tikhonovich GRECHANINOV - In Separation

Classical and International Repertoire
George Frederick HANDEL - Gavottes (2)
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART - Piece
Arcangelo CORELLI - Sarabande
Henry PURCELL - Fanfare
Charles DIEUPART (France) - Menuet
A. RYUIGROK - Sorrowful Doll (not sure who this is)
L. GARCIA - In the Train (not sure who this is)
Miguel LLOBET SOLES - Prelude
Bela BARTOK - Dance in the Form of a Canon
I. DOBRYI - Canon, on a Greek folk theme
Nguyen DINH PHUC (Vietnam) - Melody (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... 25C3%25BAc )
Kurt WEILL - Die Moritat von Mackie Messer, from B. Brecht's 'Threepenny Opera'
D. WATT - Song, from the cartoon 'Three Little Pigs'

Folk Song Arrangements
Alexander Mikhailovich IVANOV-KRAMSKOY (arr.) - Meadow Bush (Russian folk song)
Yevgeny Dmitriyevich LARICHEV (arr.) - Day I Stung, Knitting Day (?)
Pavel Oskarovich VESHCHITSKY (WIESZCZYCKI) (arr.) - Estonian Folk Songs (3); 1. Wedding Fun, 2. Chorus of Our Yana (?), 3. Everyone has his own Musical Instrument
Album for the Beginning Guitarist (Six-String), vol. 29 (1988-89).pdf
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Re: Music for Guitar, Lute, etc...

Post by caostotale » Fri Sep 28, 2018 12:58 pm

Album for the Beginning Guitarist (Six-String), vol. 30 (1989)

Russian & Soviet Repertoire
Dmitri Dmitriyevich SHOSTAKOVICH - Waltz
Georgy Vasilyevich SVIRIDOV - Lullaby Song
Vitaly Artemyevich GEVIKSMAN - Fisherman's Song (from the cycle 'Musical Atlas')
Mikhail Mikhailovich ZHERBIN - Russian Dance (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... rev=search )
Emiliy Yevgenyevich ZAKHAROV - Pieces (2); 1. Waltz, 2. Tune
Kyrill Yevgenyevich VOLKOV - Call of Spring
V. PAKHOMOV - Five Horsemen (Etude) (no bio found)
Herman Grigoryevich OKUNEV - Reflection in Water
Alexander Semenovich SHIROKOV - Etudes (2); 1. in A minor, 2. in G major
Viktor Andreyevich MURZIN - Over the Precipice
S. VORONTSOV - Prelude in B minor (no bio available)
Victor Alexeyevich YERZUNOV (ERZUNOV) - Pieces (2); 1. Canzona, 2. Naigrysh (folk melody) (bio at https://translate.google.com/translate? ... rev=search )
Alexander Yegorovich VARLAMOV - Song

Classical and International Repertoire
Vladimir Ivanovich REBIKOV - Pastorale
Matti RAUTIO (Finland) - Pieces (2); 1. Kantele, 2. Clarinet and Bassoon
Alberto MOZZATI - Exotic Melody
Bela BARTOK - Piece
(unknown 16th-century composer) - Canzonetta
L. MILAN-RODRIGO - Pavane
Francesco MOLINO - Prelude
Mauro GIULIANI - Piece
Fernando SOR - Andante
Antoine MEISSONNIER - German Song

Folk Song Arrangements
Yevgeny Dmitriyevich LARICHEV (arr.) - Russian Folk Songs (2); 1. Where Has My Dear Disappeared, 2. How Did I Swagger
Mikhail Timofeyevich VYSOTSKY - Variations on the Russian folk theme 'Oh, It Hurts, It Hurts'
Album for the Beginning Guitarist (Six-String), vol. 30 (1989).pdf
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