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Alfor's Rarities from the new PP

Postby alfor » Thu Sep 17, 2009 10:09 pm

Ettore DESDERI (Italian architect and composer)

Toccata, Intermezzo, Studio
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby mballan » Fri Sep 18, 2009 8:20 am

alfor wrote:Sharing rare (piano) scores is one, if not the most important - or most wanted - feature of pianophilia.

There are many reasons that a lot of good music is buried in libraries. And when I say "good music" I mean music I would wish to be performed in public.

So I try to post scores, which are not only rare, but IMHO of a certain musical value.

Let's begin with a very fine example from the huge bulk of piano sonatas by soviet composers:

Yuri EGIKOV

Sonata No. 2

I leave it to my dear follow pianophilians to describe form and contents of this score!

P.S. all posted scores are my own scans.


Bio information on the composer: Igor Andreevich Egikov. Born 1936 in Baku. Azerbaijan composer. In 1954 graduated from the Azerbaikajn Conservatoire [piano] and continued studies in composition under Zeydman [graduated 1948]. He then transferred to the Gnesin Music Institute to continue his piano studies under Gnesin, as well as compositon with Peyko, and later between 1961-67 with Khachaturian. From 1959-61 worked at the Music & Drama School in Yakutsk, and then from 1962 moved and worked in Moscow. Piano works include:

Prelude-Tableaux (1952)
Variations (1956)
Piano Sonata No. 1 (1957)
Piano Sonata No. 2 (1963)
Suite "Gulliver's Strange Adventures" (1966)
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Postby alfor » Fri Sep 18, 2009 9:38 pm

Ettore DESDERI

SONATINA in modo sincopato (this term just meaning Jazz and modern dances)
Desderi Sonatina.pdf

Ricardo PICK-MANGIAGALLI

Preludio e Toccata (this is all sunny Italy: a charming prelude and an easy-going perpetuum-mobile-like Toccata with a faint echo of Scarlatti)
Pick-Mangiagalli Preludio e Toccata.pdf

Goffredo PETRASSI

Toccata (much more modern, influenced by the old Italian masters of polyphony)
Petrassi Toccata.pdf
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Postby alfor » Sat Sep 19, 2009 10:43 pm

Peter MIEG (Swiss composer, private pupil of Frank Martin)

Sonate III (individual neo-classic style, some Martin influence)
Mieg Sonate III.pdf
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Sun Sep 20, 2009 10:37 pm

60 pages of

Musa MIRZOEV

Lyrical Sonata; Concert Scherzo, in a different edition called "Toccata"; Prelude & Fugue (...so you want write a fugue...); Etude-Toccata; Sonata capriccio

Much simpler in style than Yatsevich or Egikov (or Oborin)!
Mirzoev piano works.pdf
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Postby alfor » Mon Sep 21, 2009 9:21 pm

Hermann UNGER

Notturno 4 Fantasien für Klavier op. 28
Truly individual late-romantic pieces - good for recital, as Mr. H. would say.
Unger Notturno op.28.pdf
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Mon Sep 21, 2009 10:01 pm

BIRYUKOV
Sonata-Tokkata

ZARGARYAN
Skazka

GRACHYOV (Grachev)
Kalmuk Rhapsody
Soviet composers vol.5.pdf
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Tue Sep 22, 2009 9:45 pm

Czech piano composers of the 20th century are equally "terra incognita" for most of us as are (most) soviet composers (...who can name others than Janacek and Martinu?!).

Both thumbs up for this interesting sonata by

Lubor BARTA
Barta II. Sonata.pdf
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Tue Sep 22, 2009 9:54 pm

More obscure soviet composers:

BUDNITSKY
Burleska, Sonet, Contrasts

LALINOV
3 Preludes

LENSKY
2 Preludes & Fugues

Musa MIRZOEV

Toccata (different version of "Concert-Scherzo - difference is probably only one single note in the last bar)
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Wed Sep 23, 2009 10:37 pm

Once upon a time, when live in Czechoslovakia was still exciting, Jazz was cool and pipe-smoking even cooler, there was a young man, who composed two works "in glorification of the pipe and dedicated to all pipe-smokers": a symphony and a piano sonata.

Dalibor C. VACKAR
Smoking Sonata
Composed around 1935; 4 mvts.: Working day, Antique verse (quoting Horatius), Blues in blue, Keep smiling!
Vackar Smoking Sonata.pdf
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