Vocal Music from Russia & the Soviet Union

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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Wed Nov 27, 2013 8:32 am

Another set of vocal cycles on poems by Akhmatova. See also the following previous post:

viewtopic.php?f=19&t=322&p=22999&hilit=akhmatova#p22999

Romances on the Poems of Anna Akhmatova, for voice and piano (1989)

Sergei Mikhailovich SLONIMSKY - Romances (7), for soprano and piano; 1. White Night, 2. About that Dream I Sang, 3. Better to Sing Out Couplets Fervently, 4. Not Without Reason I Am Sad, 5. I'm Not Drinking Wine, 6. You Leave your White House and Peaceful Garden, 7. Sultry Hops
Yuri Alexandrovich FALIK - Poems (5), for soprano and piano; 1. Before Spring..., 2. Bezhetsk, 3. The Last Song, 4. Pleading Voice, 5. Between Thunderstorms
Veniamin Yefimovich BASNER - Poems (8), for mezzo-soprano and piano or guitar; 1. De Profundis, 2. The Third Zachatyevsky, 3. All Plundered, Betrayed, Sold..., 4. We Will Not Drink from the Same Glass, 5. Ditty, 6. It Will Not Happen to You in Life..., 7. Bury, Bury Me, the Wind!, 8. Summer Garden (bio at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veniamin_Basner )
Romances on the Poems of Anna Akhmatova, for voice and piano (1989).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Mon Dec 02, 2013 6:18 am

Romances by Soviet Composers, for medium voice and piano, vol. 9 (1983)

Vladimir Sergeyevich IVANNIKOV - Springtime Virgin Soil, fragment from the work 'Virgin Soil' by L. I. Brezhnev
Vladimir Alexandrovich VLASOV (Kyrgyzstan) - Goodbye, Boys! (words by Bulat Okudzhava)
Alexander MELNIKOV - I Will Not Tell Anyone... (words by A. Koltsov) (no bio available)
Igor Leonidovich KHUDOLEY (KHUDOLEI) - The Stream (words by Julian Tuwim, translation from Polish by S. Mikhalkov) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Boris Mikhailovich KISELYEV (KISELEV) - Song (words by I. Bunin)
Sergei Borisovich CHEBOTAREV - Madrigal (words from an untitled poem by A. Blok) (no bio available)
Lev Markovich BIRNOV - My Eyes (words by Sadriddin Aini, translation from Tajik by Yu. Madilov)
Alexander Alexandrovich DVOSKIN (Ukraine, later Uzbekistan) - His Love of Sorting Out Dates (words by S. Shchipachev) (Russian bio and MP3s at http://kkre-3.narod.ru/dvoskin.htm )
I. DOROKHOV - I Did Not Realize, I Do Not Know (folk words) (no bio available)
I. DOROKHOV - Sang the Berry, Ripe (folk words) (no bio available)
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Mon Dec 02, 2013 6:58 am

Composer's bio at:

http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... sJ9X71rCww

Poet's bio at:

http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020

Vyacheslav Lavrentyevich NAGOVITSIN
Romances (6), on the Poems of Rasul Gamzatov, for soprano, tenor, and piano, op. 13 (1964) ((translations from the original Avar by N. Grebnev); 1. Spring, tell me..., 2. You do not look upon me proudly..., 3. The rain is loud outside my window..., 4. Why?, 5. Regret, 6. Rokochut streams...
(nos. 1,3, & 5 for soprano, nos. 2 & 4 for tenor, and no. 6 for soprano and tenor duet)
Nagovitsin - Romances (6), on the Poems of Rasul Gamzatov, for soprano, tenor, and piano, op. 13 (1964).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

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Romances by Soviet Composers, for medium voice and piano, vol. 10 (1985)

Ivar Alexandrovich ARSEYEV (ARSEEV) - My Light Edge (?) (words by S. Krylov)
Ivar Alexandrovich ARSEYEV (ARSEEV) - The Summer is Over (words by A. Tarkovsky)
Revaz Kondratyevich GABICHVADZE (Georgia) - You Give Me Something (words by I. Divnogortsev, translation by the composer)
Vladimir Mikhailovich BLOK - Lullaby from the North (words by Yu. Medvedyev)
N. KIRILCHENKO - Time to Embark on the Path of the Soul (words by V. Bokov) (no bio available)
Anatoly Fyodorovich USHKAREV (Ukraine) - The Light in the Windows Went Out... (words by B. Dubrovin) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Lydia AUSTER (Estonia) - Romances (2) on poems by M. Lermontov; 1. I Do Not Wish the Light Found, 2. Do you Remember? (bio at http://www.emic.ee/lydia-auster )
Sofia Nathanovna NISS - Triptych, in Memory of Garcia Lorca (words by F. Garcia Lorca, translation by A. Geleskul); 1. Ballad of the Ocean's Water, 2. The Desert, 3. Songs of the Trees
Romances by Soviet Composers, for medium voice and piano, vol. 10 (1985).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Wed Jan 01, 2014 10:15 pm

Romances by Soviet Composers, for medium voice and piano, vol. 12 (1988)

Bau Bazarovich YAMPILOV (Buryatia) - Memory (words by Yu. Voronov)
Yevgeny Petrovich MAKAROV - Romances (2) on poems by A. Tvardovsky; 1. For Mother, 2. Farewell to the Mothers (see Malcolm's post viewtopic.php?f=11&t=570&p=12040 )
Vitaly Artemyevich GEVIKSMAN - Romances (3) on poems by A. Blok; 1. I Walked in Darkness, 2. City, 3. Singing
Magomed Azizhanovich HUSEYNOV (GUSEYNOV) (Dagestan) - The Wind Knocking at my Window (words by A. Saidov, translation by A. Bragin)
M. NESMEYANOVA - Na Nebe-Prazelen' (?) (words by A. Blok) (no bio available)
Nikolai Petrovich GUBARKOV - Again He Calls Vainly (words by A. Koltsov)
Romances by Soviet Composers, for medium voice and piano, vol. 12 (1988).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Thu Jan 02, 2014 3:49 am

Romances by Soviet Composers, for bass/baritone voice and piano, vol. 11 (1985)

V. FEDOROV - Inscriptions (from the hall of the Red Army in Prague's Vitkov Mausoleum) (words by V. Nezval, translation by K. Simonov) (no bio available)
Ivar Alexandrovich ARSEYEV (ARSEEV) - Youth, triptych on the words of Soviet poets; 1. The Trumpeter (words by V. Khachaturov), 2. Memory of the Heart (words by S. Grebennikov and N. Dobronravov), 3. Boys from Our Courtyard (words by E. Shima)
Oleg Nikolayevich LYUBIVETS (Tatarstan) - Window (words by Ye. Vinokurov)
Vladislav Pavlovich BUKIN - His Love Turning Over Date (?) (words by S. Shchipachev) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Anatoly Fyodorovich USHKAREV (Ukraine) - You Do Not Know (Romance) (words by B. Dubrovin)
Nina Dmitriyevna BORDYUG (Uzbekistan) - Romances (2) on poems by A. Voznesensky; 1. Death of a Deer, 2. E. W. (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Romances by Soviet Composers, for bass or baritone voice and piano, vol. 11 (1985).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Thu Jan 02, 2014 4:31 am

Romances by Soviet Composers, for bass/baritone voice and piano, vol. 12 (1986)

Valery Vasilyevich PIYANKOV (PYANKOV) - Winter Housewarming (words by A. Prokofyev)
Lydia AUSTER (Estonia) - Gratitude (words by M. Lermontov)
Valery Gennadyevich KATS (Yakutia) - How Old Am I? (words by I. Gogolev, translation by V. Tsybin)
Mikhail Yakovlevich MAGIDENKO - River and Swamp (words by S. Mikhalkov)
Irina SVETOVA (USSR, later Israel) - A Lie (words by L. de Gongory, translation by P. Grushko) (no bio available)
Igor REKHIN - Ballads about Love (3); 1. Little Plovdiv Ballad (words by N. Gilen, translation by O. Savich), 2. Ballad of Jealousy (words by F. Vignon, translation by I. Ehrenburg), 3. Ballad of a Happy Lover (based on English folk poetry, translated by S. Marshak)
Romances by Soviet Composers, for bass or baritone voice and piano, vol. 12 (1986).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by didi » Sat Jan 04, 2014 9:50 pm

caostotale wrote:Romances by Soviet Composers, for bass/baritone voice and piano, vol. 12 (1986)

Valery Vasilyevich PIYANKOV (PYANKOV) - Winter Housewarming (words by A. Prokofyev)
Lydia AUSTER (Estonia) - Gratitude (words by M. Lermontov)
Valery Gennadyevich KATS (Yakutia) - How Old Am I? (words by I. Gogolev, translation by V. Tsybin)
Mikhail Yakovlevich MAGIDENKO - River and Swamp (words by S. Mikhalkov)
Irina SVETOVA (USSR, later Israel) - A Lie (words by L. de Gongory, translation by P. Grushko) (no bio available)
Igor REKHIN - Ballads about Love (3); 1. Little Plovdiv Ballad (words by N. Gilen, translation by O. Savich), 2. Ballad of Jealousy (words by F. Vignon, translation by I. Ehrenburg), 3. Ballad of a Happy Lover (based on English folk poetry, translated by S. Marshak)
Romances by Soviet Composers, for bass or baritone voice and piano, vol. 12 (1986).pdf
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BIG thanks for your efford to get an to TRANSLATE these Russian music !

BR // Didi

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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Thu May 08, 2014 7:47 am

...returning to this project, here is one more bass/baritone song volume. Apologies on that last set of song titles. Google-translate was not much help. Bios for these composers can be found through a forum search.

Romances by Soviet Composers, for bass/baritone voice and piano, vol. 13 (1988)

Tatyana Borisovna NAZAROVA-METNER - Maple (words by S. Yesenin)
Zuo ZHEN-GUAN (Tszo CHZHEN'-GUAN') (China, later USSR) - Romances (3) on poems by Li Bo (translated by A. Gitovich); 1. The Temple on the Mountain Top, 2. Camping in the Mountains, 3. Duma on a Quiet Night
Leonid LYUBOVSKY (Tatarstan) - Song Cycle on the Poems of Sergei Ostrovoy, op. 34; 1. As if the Night Unravels a Scroll, 2. Clouds at the Crossroads, 3. Month to Dissolve the Chill (?), 4. Is it Easy for the Land to Hush the Blizzard? (?), 5. Life-on-the Main is Essentially-Simple
Romances by Soviet Composers, for bass or baritone voice and piano, vol. 13 (1988).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Thu May 08, 2014 8:16 am

..and on to some works for high voice.

Romances by Soviet Composers, for high voice and piano, vol. 9 (1983)

Vladimir Alexandrovich VLASOV (Kyrgyzstan) - Etudes (3), on poems by Boris Pasternak; 1. 'Is it not time for the birds to sing?', 2. 'Love's an otherwise-heavy cross...', 3. My Beauty
Vladimir Ivanovich KRIVTSOV - A Cold Night... (words by V. Bryusov)
Valery Vasilyevich PIYANKOV (PYANKOV) - The Laughing Viburnum (words by N. Tryapkin)
Alexander MELNIKOV - An Evil Mystery (words by A. Koltsov) (composer's bio not available)
Vladislav Igoryevich KAZENIN - Recollection of 'The Lay of Igor's Campaign' (words by L. Vasilyev); 1. Lament of Yaroslavna, 2. Victory on the Field, 3. You're the River, My Rechenka, 4. Russian War, 5. (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D913 , R.I.P. earlier this year...)
Adrian Grigoryevich SHAPOSHNIKOV - Nightingale (words by Mahtumkuli, translated from the Turkmen by G. Veselkov and M. Landman)
Adrian Grigoryevich SHAPOSHNIKOV - Mengli-Khan (words by Mahtumkuli, translated from the Turkmen by A. Tarkovsky)
Alexander Alexandrovich DVOSKIN (Ukraine, later Uzbekistan) - She Sings (words by M. Lermontov)
Romances by Soviet Composers, for high voice and piano, vol. 9 (1983).pdf
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