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Re: Russian Organ Music

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2021 2:39 am
by bingo
WHile hunting down some piano music of Mikaél TARIVERDIEV (1931-1996), I found a number of his organ pieces at ... mpositions
and ... erdiev.htm .
Some are piano and/or soundtrack works transcribed by Maurizio Machella.
There are accompanying MP3s.

Videos of excerpts from Tariverdiev's first Organ Concerto may be found here: ... ARIVERDIEV

Re: Russian Organ Music

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2021 12:19 pm
by bingo
tateaddis wrote: Fri Feb 28, 2014 1:35 am Perhaps someone with an understanding of the Russian language that is more than non-existent would like to help with the titles of some of these pieces. I know that part 3 (which will follow) ends with two Shostakovich pieces-- the Passacaglia from 'Lady MacBeth of the Mtsensk District' and a transcription by I. Braudo. Part 4, also following, begins with the Mushel 'Suite on Uzbek Folk Themes' and also contains the Sergei Slonimsky 'Toccata'.Soviet organ music, part 1.pdf
**edit** The table of contents can be found at the end of part 4. Parts 2-4 are on the next page.
Gedike, Aleksandr
Op.34 2 Preludes and Fugues for Organ #2

Kalnyn, Alfred Yanovich

Two Pastorals

Kushnaryov, Kristofor
Passacaglia and Fugue

Yudin, Mikhail Alekseevich
5 Organ Preludes

Chishko, Oles' Semyenovich (1895–1976)
Op.91a Ukrainian Rhapsody

Starokadomsky, Mikhail (1901-1954)
Passacaglia for organ (1929) "A Circle"

Balanchivadze, Andria (1906-1982)

Shostakovich, Dmitri
Passacaglia from opera "Katerina Izmailova" (retitled "Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk")
"A future walk" from the oratorio "Song of the Forests"

Mushel, Georgi
Suite on Uzbek Folk Themes

Slonimsky, Sergei
Pastoral and Toccata

Yanchenko, Oleg
Introduction, Fugue and Ostinato

Tishchenko, Boris
Four Inventions