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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Tue Jul 27, 2010 3:40 pm

Willem PIJPER
Drie Aphorismen voor piano (1915)
(hopefully my shortest posting ever... ;) )
Pijper Aphorismen.pdf


audio:
Revutzky: PC op. 18 part II
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby rob » Tue Jul 27, 2010 5:39 pm

Ferruccio wrote:Dear Alfor,
thank you very much for the Pijper. I like his writing.
May I order more of such moderate modernism of moderate difficulty ? ;)

This is very useful. And one can trust in your taste ! :D

Pijper was a terrific composer - the Piano Concerto & Violin Concerto and the Second and Third Symphonies are marvellous pieces. And there's lots of good chamber music too: five quartets, two violin sonatas and two cello sonatas. A minor master of the Twentieth Century and a towering figure in the Netherlands where surely he must be the father of Twentieth Century Dutch music. Many many thanks Alfred.
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby HullandHellandHalifax » Tue Jul 27, 2010 6:01 pm

rob wrote:
Ferruccio wrote:Dear Alfor,
thank you very much for the Pijper. I like his writing.
May I order more of such moderate modernism of moderate difficulty ? ;)

This is very useful. And one can trust in your taste ! :D

Pijper was a terrific composer - the Piano Concerto & Violin Concerto and the Second and Third Symphonies are marvellous pieces. And there's lots of good chamber music too: five quartets, two violin sonatas and two cello sonatas. A minor master of the Twentieth Century and a towering figure in the Netherlands where surely he must be the father of Twentieth Century Dutch music. Many many thanks Alfred.

I think Hendrik Andriessen might have disagreed with you there Rob, he was the father of Jurriaan and Louis and a great composer of church, organ and other music. Of course Pijper was a towering figure in Dutch music, add to these two, van Dieren, Wagenaar, also a dynastic name, Orthel and Badings and you have a very strong line-up that took Holland into the 20th century.
My own personal preference would be for Andriessen as having the most influence.
Incidentally it would be nice to hear more people tackle the Pijper Sonata and Sonatinas, well worth the study.
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Wed Jul 28, 2010 9:06 pm

Jodal GABOR
Sonatina pentru pian
Gabor Sonatina.pdf


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Pijper (piano, violin sonata)
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Thu Jul 29, 2010 10:00 pm

L. ASTVATSATRYAN
Sonata breva op. 3 (alternative scan from single edition)
Astvatsatryan Sonata breva op.3.pdf


Have to take an (unwanted) break from scanning!
So during the next days please observe my thread "Alfor's Rarities - Recordings":
Pijper
British women pianists: Kathleen Long, Moura Lympany
etc.
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby Timtin » Thu Jul 29, 2010 10:18 pm

LEVON ASTVATSATRYAN
(b. 1922, ARMENIA)

Born in Turkey, he lived in France from 1923 to 1947 before returning to the U.S.S.R. He worked as a music editor in Yerevan. He composed choral, orchestral and instrumental music. He composed a Symphony No 2 in 1972.

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http://www.musicweb-international.com/R ... onies1.htm

So was he born in Armenia or Turkey, and is he still alive?
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:23 pm

Pancho VLADIGEROV
Piano Concerto No. 3 op. 31 (2 piano score)
Vladigerov PC 3 op.31.pdf
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Fri Aug 06, 2010 6:27 pm

Paul HINDEMITH
Sinfonische Metamorphosen nach Themen von Carl Maria von Weber
(arr. piano duet)
Hindemith Weber-Metamorphosen.pdf.part1.rar
Hindemith Weber-Metamorphosen.pdf.part2.rar


List of my 12" LPs with piano music:
(If you have a special interest in a certain recording,
please contact me via PM and I will try to post it.)
LPs 12" pianists.pdf
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Sat Aug 07, 2010 5:28 pm

Evgeny GOLUBEV
Piano concerto No. 3 op. 40 (1954)
2 piano score
Golubev PC 3 op.40.pdf
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Re: Alfor's Rarities

Postby alfor » Sun Aug 08, 2010 12:04 pm

Evgeny GOLUBEV
Piano Concerto No. 1 op. 24 (1944)
2 piano score
Golubev PC 1 op.24.pdf


audio:
Pancho VLADIGEROV
Piano concerto No. 3 op. 31

audio:
Tatiana Nikolayeva plays 3 of her concert etudes
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