Music for Miscellaneous Ensembles

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Music for Miscellaneous Ensembles

Postby Emil Borisovich Sernov » Fri Jan 24, 2014 10:49 am

Vladimir Shcherbachyov [Stcherbatcheff, Shcherbachov, Shcherbachev, Schtscherbatschow(?)]
Op.10 - Nonet for Voice, Dancer, Flute, Harp, Piano, and String Quartet (1930)
Shcherbachyov V - Op 10 Nonet.pdf


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Re: Music for Miscellaneous Ensembles

Postby minacciosa » Mon Jan 27, 2014 4:21 am

This is fascinating. Are the parts available? It also say Nonet, but there are only 8 parts and it doesn't say Dancer anywhere. Can you tell us more about this piece? Thanks very much for this posting.
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Re: Music for Miscellaneous Ensembles

Postby Emil Borisovich Sernov » Mon Jan 27, 2014 11:37 am

minacciosa wrote:This is fascinating. Are the parts available? It also say Nonet, but there are only 8 parts and it doesn't say Dancer anywhere. Can you tell us more about this piece? Thanks very much for this posting.


Sorry, I don't have parts of this piece.

Anyway, According to Larry Sitsky's Book,
The role of the mime is the ninth. but there is no mention of a mime artist in the score, and therefore no clue as to the sort movements that were required.
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Re: Music for Miscellaneous Ensembles

Postby minacciosa » Fri Feb 28, 2014 4:10 am

Emil Borisovich Sernov wrote:
minacciosa wrote:This is fascinating. Are the parts available? It also say Nonet, but there are only 8 parts and it doesn't say Dancer anywhere. Can you tell us more about this piece? Thanks very much for this posting.


Sorry, I don't have parts of this piece.

Anyway, According to Larry Sitsky's Book,
The role of the mime is the ninth. but there is no mention of a mime artist in the score, and therefore no clue as to the sort movements that were required.

Thanks for the information. I'd like to perform this work sometime.
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