Music from the Balkans

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by Scriabinoff » Wed May 13, 2015 12:42 pm

I am ever and more and more enamored w/ music of this region. Serbian composers in particular have interested me in the past year (ie the Despic nocturne we discussed late last year etc).
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Milutin Radenković
there is a nifty set of 12 preludes for piano. Anyone know the whereabouts? Published? Available? I highly doubt can be posted due to how recent he passed, but if out of print and rare, perhaps an excetion?

A few others I'm hunting on and will post about soon.

*sorry for late absence/low activity lately, will begin uploading more soon myself :)

ie audio of the 12
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVZkVPE5guc
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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by Scriabinoff » Wed May 13, 2015 12:49 pm

another, and not modern, so my hopes are higher this can be found
Jovan Paču , Rhapsodies for piano.
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ie here is no 8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAWhAc86vhQ

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by Jean-Séb » Wed May 13, 2015 1:05 pm

Never heard of him but it is interesting.

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by Scriabinoff » Mon May 18, 2015 7:01 pm

request: anything by Slavka Atanasijević

ie here is a concert work: Op 1
Na te mislim, koncertna fantazija na temu popularne srpske pesme / I think of Thee, fantaisie concertante on a popular Serbian song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfC8FOUI7Vg

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by Jeux_d_Oh » Wed Dec 23, 2015 4:58 am

http://nchstoianov.com/konkurs_en.html

See under "MUSIC FROM A. STOYANOV" there, part 1-6 are pdf links to compositions by Andrey Stoyanov.


Another piece, Variation on a Theme by Dobri Khristov: http://igraj-poj.narod.ru/arhiv/pdf/new ... riacii.pdf

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by minacciosa » Sat Jan 14, 2017 3:14 am

Ferruccio wrote:
alegitor wrote:Parashkev Hadjiev (1912-1992). He graduated from the State Academy of Music (1936) majoring in Piano under Andrey Stoyanov and Composition under Pancho Vladigerov. In 1937 he specialised with Joseph Marx in Vienna. From 1938 to 1940 he studied Composition with H. Tissen at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin. Upon return he taught Harmony at the State Academy of Music. In 1947 he was appointed Full Professor of Harmony and Composition, a post he held for over forty years. He wrote textbooks of harmony and music theory essentials. He chaired the Union of Bulgarian Composers (1990-92).

He is the most prolific Bulgarian stage music composer, for he wrote 21 operas, 6 operettas and 3 musicals, 1 ballet, etc., performed over 150 times and characteristic for the Bulgarian opera and operetta repertoire after the 1950s. Some of those works were staged in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Russia, etc. He also wrote symphonic and chamber music, over 500 choral songs, more than 1000 children’s and school songs, 20 pop songs, over 500 arrangements of traditional songs, film music.

Dear Alegitor,

thank you so much for this Hadjiev ! It is a very beautiful piece, and not too difficult ! The teacher inside me likes such discoveries ! :D

BtW: Do you see any possibility to get the score of this ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLFqL4BV_3U
Does anyone have access to any of Hadjiev's music for violin?

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by minacciosa » Sat Jan 14, 2017 3:16 am

Does anyone have access to any of Parashkev Hadjiev's music for violin?

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by caostotale » Wed Jan 18, 2017 8:41 pm

minacciosa wrote:Does anyone have access to any of Parashkev Hadjiev's music for violin?
I have one violin/piano work by a Rauf Hadjiyev called 'Algerian Melody (Poem)'. Nothing by Parashkev.

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by minacciosa » Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:50 pm

caostotale wrote:
minacciosa wrote:Does anyone have access to any of Parashkev Hadjiev's music for violin?
I have one violin/piano work by a Rauf Hadjiyev called 'Algerian Melody (Poem)'. Nothing by Parashkev.
I'd be interested in Rauf's work as well. is Violin Concerto is wonderful.

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Re: Music from the Balkans

Post by Jim Faston » Sat Oct 14, 2017 5:10 am

A nice scan of Dinu Lipatti's Nocturne in F-sharp minor has appeared on IMSLP. There are a number of recordings on YouTube - here's one example.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SRmZZzzkz8

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