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Re: YouTube Finds

Post by Scriabinoff » Thu Apr 19, 2018 1:09 am

so glad these have been recently performed and recorded and as a set and by a great pianist.
fabulous run through of the Mocranjac etudes
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=myhV3Z1E1ws

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Post by Jim Faston » Thu Apr 19, 2018 1:41 am

Fantastic performance. Thanks S. There appears to be a collection of 7 Etudes on Scribd - could someone with access kindly grab these for us? Thanks.

https://www.scribd.com/doc/294983831/Va ... -za-klavir

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Post by Jim Faston » Fri Apr 20, 2018 6:45 pm

A nice performance of the Lullaby (!) by Vassily Zagorsky. The score can be found in a volume of Moldavian music that Chaos uploaded a while back.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=445tye5CO0A
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Post by blast » Sat Apr 21, 2018 11:48 am

Jim Faston wrote:Fantastic performance. Thanks S. There appears to be a collection of 7 Etudes on Scribd - could someone with access kindly grab these for us? Thanks.
Yes, here they are :
Stevan Stojanovic Mokranjac 1856-1914 serbe études pour piano.pdf
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Post by Jim Faston » Sat Apr 21, 2018 1:34 pm

Well done - many thanks.

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Post by Jim Faston » Mon Apr 23, 2018 3:21 am

The Toccata in D of Frédéric d'Erlanger as played by Helen Guest. Score available on IMSLP.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8h8evy8dHdw

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Post by Jim Faston » Mon May 21, 2018 6:59 am

An interesting piece by Bulgarian composer Filip Pavlov - a Prelude dedicated to Vesselin Stoyanov. Fine performance by Elitsa Mircheva:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4Qw_n0vdx8

See also her paper. (translation will be needed)
http://galerianadumite.bg/wp-content/up ... iya-1.docx

A score for this may be impossible to locate.

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Post by Scriabinoff » Sat May 26, 2018 3:05 am

Sorry if old news, complete Borodin piano music
- Recorded in 2008.
- Contains the premiere recordings of ‘In the Steppes of central Asia’ in the composers arrangement for 4 hands, plus premier recordings for the Scherzo in E, Allegretto in D-Flat, Polka Helene, and Adagio Patetico in a flat

https://youtu.be/PYuQrm5lWWs

00:00:00 Petite Suite: I. Au couvent. Andante religioso (1885)
00:06:03 Petite Suite: II. Intermezzo. Tempo di menuetto (1885)
00:09:33 Petite Suite: III. Mazurka No. 1, Allegro (1885)
00:12:23 Petite Suite: IV. Mazurka No. 2, Allegretto (1885)
00:16:22 Petite Suite: V. Rêverie. Andante (1885)
00:18:29 Petite Suite: VI. Sérénade. Allegretto (1885)
00:20:40 Petite Suite: VII. Nocturne. Andantino (1885)
00:23:43 Scherzo in A-Flat Major (1885)
00:27:04 Dans les steppes de l’Asie centrale, for Piano Four Hands (Arr. Borodin, 1880)
00:34:43 Paraphrases: Prélude (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:35:29 Paraphrases: Polka (1878-79)
00:36:46 Paraphrases: Marche Funèbre (1878-79)
00:38:26 Paraphrases: Valse (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:40:25 Paraphrases: Berceuse (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:42:59 Paraphrases: Galop (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:44:02 Paraphrases: Gigue (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:44:50 Paraphrases: Fughetta on B-A-C-H (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:45:30 Paraphrases: Tarantella (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:46:52 Paraphrases: Menuetto (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:47:47 Paraphrases: Valse (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:49:51 Paraphrases: Requiem (1878-79)
00:53:35 Paraphrases: Carillon (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:55:11 Paraphrases: Mazurka (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:56:39 Paraphrases: Fugue Grotesque (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:57:22 Paraphrases: Cortège Triomphal (Arr. Borodin, 1878-79)
00:59:52 Tarantella in D Major for Piano Four Hands (1862)
01:04:20 Allegretto in D-Flat Major for Piano Four Hands (1861)
01:06:04 Scherzo in E Major for Piano Four Hands (1861)
01:11:04 Adagio patetico in A-Flat Major (1849)
01:15:10 Polka Hélène in D Minor (1843)
01:17:24 À la manière de Borodine (1913)

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Re: YouTube Finds

Post by Jim Faston » Sat May 26, 2018 3:42 am

Thanks for the heads up - listening to the Adagio patetico in A-Flat Major right now. Fantastic playing. His complete Lyadov is well woth persuing as well.

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Post by Jim Faston » Fri Jun 01, 2018 9:25 am

The Nocturne in A-flat from Trois Morceaux, Op.71 of Anton Rubinstein.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phEpT-OZQjQ

Malcolm poasted the score a while back.
download/file.php?id=15574

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