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Post by Scriabinoff » Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:40 am

Krushev [Little] Suite
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Post by Scriabinoff » Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:42 am

Ivjala
11 variations on Bulgarian Folk Song

Ivajla Kirova, Piano - Live Recording in Munich 2016
Released by IFO CLASSICS, Germany (IFO 00221): https://www.amazon.de/Piano-Ivajla-Ki...

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Bulgaria and Macedonia are the only countries in Europe, whose folklore has an enormous amount of asymmetrical meters. The rhythmically irregularity, which leads to odd and changing meters is unique. In European music theory the asymmetrical meters were first noticed in 1886, when the Bulgarian music teacher Atanas Stoin published five Bulgarian melodies. The Bulgarian composer Dobri Hristov described in 1913 the whole variety of asymmetrical meters in his book „The rhythmic foundation of our folk music“. He put together a table with the Bulgarian asymmetrical meters, which was an achievement of major significance for music research. With this work, the asymmetrical meters are currently known beyond the borders of Bulgaria and Macedonia. The Hungarian composer Bela Bartok showed a particularly strong interest for Bulgarian folk music. Asymmetrical meters appeared repeatedly in his works. Bartok expressly emphasized that he had borrowed them from Bulgarian folk music. He called these asymmetrical meters also „Bulgarian meters“.
„Hoisata“ is a Bulgarian folk dance from the region Schumen, in the asymmetrical meter 9/16 (9/16=2+2+2+3/16). The Bulgarian word „Hoisa“ means round dance, and also jump, shake oneself. The dance is fast and happy, with vigorous jumps. It is danced by mixed pairs of a man and a woman. The Bulgarian revolutionist Rakowski wrote, that in his time (middle of the 19th century) the folk dance „Hoisata“ was very widespread and popular in Bulgaria.

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Post by Scriabinoff » Tue Aug 14, 2018 3:32 pm

Nietzche complete piano music
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYBwNcTeY7M
Composer : Friedrich Nietsche
Artist :Jeroen van Veen piano

00:00:00 Heldenklage, NWV 2
00:02:33 Ungarischer Marsch, NWV 5
00:05:06 Édes titok
00:08:18 So lach doch mal, NWV 9
00:10:08 Da geht ein Bach, NWV 10b
00:12:07 In Mondschein auf der Puszta, NWV 11
00:13:50 Ermanarich, Symphonische Dichtung
00:24:35 Unserer Altvordern eingedenk, NWV 13: I. Mazurka
00:26:09 Unserer Altvordern eingedenk, NWV 13: II. Aus der Czarda
00:28:11 Das zerbrochene Ringlein
00:33:50 Albumblatt
00:37:39 Das Fragment an sich, NWV 35
00:42:31 Hymnus an die Freundschaft, NWV 42: I. Vorspiel
00:47:36 Hymnus an die Freundschaft, NWV 42: II. Hymnus erste Strophe
00:49:17 Hymnus an die Freundschaft, NWV 42: III.Erstes Zwischenspiel
00:55:50 Hymnus an die Freundschaft, NWV 42: IV. Hymnus zweite Strophe
00:57:23 Hymnus an die Freundschaft, NWV 42: V. Zweites Zwischenspiel5’10
01:02:34 Hymnus an die Freundschaft, NWV 42: VI. seht Fest
01:04:01 Hymnus an die Freundschaft, NWV 42: VII. Hymnus dritte Strophe

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Post by Scriabinoff » Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:29 pm

there is a huge athology of Russian and soviet music, i dont yet know how many volumes or parts it contains but i count at least 8, likely more, here is part 1 volume 2
Notes and Editorial Reviews
This amazing new series provides a 21st-century outlook on the previous two centuries of piano music, featuring young virtuosos such as Andrei Korobeynikov, Nikita Mdoyants, Luka Okrostsvaridze, Asiya Korepanova, Yuri Favorin, Ekaterina Mechetina, and many more. These young artists did not just perform; they actually took part in compiling the series, searching in the music archives for the compositions that, in their opinion, deserved to find a way back to the listeners.
Works on This Recording

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCyJidp ... PdOkJzhyK8
1. Poem, for piano by Otar Vasil'yevich Taktaki
Performer: Luka Okrostsvaridze (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1951
Length: 5 Minutes 3 Secs.
2. Six Piano Pieces: 2. Scherzo by Revaz Gabichvadze
Performer: Luka Okrostsvaridze (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1958
Length: 1 Minutes 18 Secs.
3. Six Piano Pieces: 3. Recollection by Revaz Gabichvadze
Performer: Luka Okrostsvaridze (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1958
Length: 1 Minutes 34 Secs.
4. Six Preludes (Book 2 from "24 Preludes"): Prelude 7 by Kara Karayev
Performer: Natalia Ruchkina (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1952
Length: 0 Minutes 58 Secs.
5. Six Preludes (Book 2 from "24 Preludes"): Prelude 8 by Kara Karayev
Performer: Natalia Ruchkina (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1952
Length: 1 Minutes 30 Secs.
6. Six Preludes (Book 2 from "24 Preludes"): Prelude 9 by Kara Karayev
Performer: Natalia Ruchkina (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1952
Length: 1 Minutes 14 Secs.
7. Six Preludes (Book 2 from "24 Preludes"): Prelude 10 by Kara Karayev
Performer: Natalia Ruchkina (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1952
Length: 1 Minutes 32 Secs.
8. Six Preludes (Book 2 from "24 Preludes"): Prelude 11 by Kara Karayev
Performer: Natalia Ruchkina (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1952
Length: 0 Minutes 49 Secs.
9. Six Preludes (Book 2 from "24 Preludes"): Prelude 12 by Kara Karayev
Performer: Natalia Ruchkina (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1952
Length: 2 Minutes 18 Secs.
10. Sonata for Piano no 5, Op. 58 by Mieczyslaw Weinberg
Performer: Asiya Korepanova (Piano)
Period: Modern
Length: 8 Minutes 26 Secs.
11. Improvisation and Fugue for Piano, Op. 38 by Alfred Schnittke
Performer: Mikhail Turpanov (Piano)
Period: 20th Century
Written: 1965; USSR
Length: 6 Minutes 15 Secs.
12. Two Preludes and Fugues from "24 Preludes and Fugues", Op. 16: Prelude D-dur by Viktor Poltoratsky
Performer: Nikita Mndoyants (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1967
Length: 1 Minutes 20 Secs.
13. Two Preludes and Fugues from "24 Preludes and Fugues", Op. 16: Fugue D-dur by Viktor Poltoratsky
Performer: Nikita Mndoyants (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1967
Length: 1 Minutes 51 Secs.
14. Two Preludes and Fugues from "24 Preludes and Fugues", Op. 16: Prelude h-moll by Viktor Poltoratsky
Performer: Nikita Mndoyants (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1967
Length: 1 Minutes 40 Secs.
15. Two Preludes and Fugues from "24 Preludes and Fugues", Op. 16: Fugue h-moll by Viktor Poltoratsky
Performer: Nikita Mndoyants (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1967
Length: 2 Minutes 53 Secs.
16. Pictures (6) (Shest' Kartin), for piano by Arno Babadjanyan
Performer: Nikita Mndoyants (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1965
Length: 12 Minutes 38 Secs.

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Post by Scriabinoff » Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:32 pm

cont,
Anthology of Piano Music by Russina and Soviet Composers Pt 9
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... ME6fCWAMs_

Variations on the Russian Air "I am Accused Among the People"
By Alexander Dargomyzhsky - Sophia Shvets
9:17

2
Theme and Variations, Op. 61
By César Cui - Ksenia Rodionova
13:45

3
4 Morceaux, Op.11: No. 1, Impromptu
By Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Tatiana Dorokhova
1:38

4
4 Morceaux, Op.11: No. 2, Novellette
By Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Tatiana Dorokhova
2:05

5
4 Morceaux, Op.11: No. 3, Scherzino
By Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Tatiana Dorokhova
1:07

6
4 Morceaux, Op.11: No. 4, Etude
By Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Tatiana Dorokhova
1:17

7
Petite Suite: I. Au couven
By Alexander Borodin - Elizabeth Mazalova
5:15

8
Petite Suite: II. Intermezzo
By Alexander Borodin - Elizabeth Mazalova
2:52

9
Petite Suite: III. Mazurka I
By Alexander Borodin - Elizabeth Mazalova
2:37

10
Petite Suite: IV. Mazurka II
By Alexander Borodin - Elizabeth Mazalova
3:05

11
Petite Suite: V. Rêverie
By Alexander Borodin - Elizabeth Mazalova
1:39

12
Petite Suite: VI. Serenade
By Alexander Borodin - Elizabeth Mazalova
1:30

13
Petite Suite: VII. Nocturne
By Alexander Borodin - Elizabeth Mazalova
2:29

14
Scherzo A - Flat Major
By Alexander Borodin - Elizabeth Mazalova
3:12

15
The Seamstress
By Modest Mussorgsky - Elizabeth Mazalova
2:25

16
Une larme
By Modest Mussorgsky - Elizabeth Mazalova
4:22

17
Scherzo in C-Sharp Minor
By Modest Mussorgsky - Elizabeth Mazalova
4:56

18
Dumka
By Mily Balakirev - Elizabeth Mazalova
4:28

19
Toccata
By Mily Balakirev - Elizabeth Mazalova
4:28
Released: Mar 29, 2016
℗ 2016 FSUE "Firma Melodiya"
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Post by Scriabinoff » Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:36 pm

cont here's pt 4
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... iHngMEKGB5
Works on This Recording
1. Musica stricta, for piano by Andrei Volkonsky
Performer: Alexei Grots (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1956
Length: 10 Minutes 27 Secs.
2. Partita, for piano by Yuri Butsko
Performer: Mikhail Turpanov (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1965
Length: 10 Minutes 32 Secs.
3. Lamento, for piano by Alexander Vustin
Performer: Mikhail Turpanov (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1974
Length: 3 Minutes 11 Secs.
4. Pieces (2), for piano by Nikolay Nikolayevich Kare
Performer: Mikhail Turpanov (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1975
Length: 6 Minutes 0 Secs.
5. Cypriot Sketches, for piano by Rostislav Boiko
Performer: Vasily Salnikov (Piano)
Period: Modern
Length: 7 Minutes 16 Secs.
6. Sonatina for piano by Rostislav Boiko
Performer: Vasily Salnikov (Piano)
Period: Contemporary
Written: 1979
Length: 1 Minutes 46 Secs.
7. Poem, for piano by Edvard Mirzoyan
Performer: Nikita Mndoyants (Piano)
Period: Modern
Written: 1971
Length: 7 Minutes 9 Secs.
8. Ciacona for Piano by Sofia Gubaidulina
Performer: Sergey Kuznetsov (Piano)
Period: 20th Century
Written: 1962; USSR
Length: 9 Minutes 11 Secs.
9. Variations for Piano by Edison Denisov
Performer: Alexei Grots (Piano)
Period: 20th Century
Written: 1961; USSR
Length: 5 Minutes 42 Secs

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Re: YouTube Finds

Post by Jean-Séb » Wed Aug 29, 2018 4:09 pm

Thank you Scriabinoff for pointing to this great anthology.

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Post by Timtin » Wed Dec 05, 2018 7:20 pm

Yesterday whilst converting several YouTube soundtracks to mp3 files using Vubey
(for perfectly legal backup purposes) my main pc was hijacked by ransomware.

Fortunately, by doing the following, it didn't ruin the laptop (running Win7):-
1.Pulled out network cable (pc has wireless connection disabled).
2.Pulled out power input plug and removed internal batteries to stop the pc working.
3.Deleted Chrome's browsing history using a synced pc.
3.Refitted batteries to the pc and reconnected power input plug.
4.Restarted pc in safe mode and did a system restore.
5.Powered down the pc properly, reconnected network cable, and powered up normally.
6.Uninstalled Chrome from the Control Panel.
7.Used Firefox to get back on line. Freshly installed Chrome.
8.Everything was then back to how it was before the hijacking, with IE favourites
unaffected. In fact, Chrome now kicks into life quicker than before.

Whether all of the above steps were strictly necessary, I'm not sure.
But absolutely nothing was left to chance.

The question is, is Vubey still safe to use, or would I be better advised using
another mp3 converter, and if so, which is best?

That was yesterday's disaster. Today's was the central heating packing up! :(

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Post by Scriabinoff » Thu Dec 13, 2018 3:14 pm

Timtin wrote:
Wed Dec 05, 2018 7:20 pm
Yesterday whilst converting several YouTube soundtracks to mp3 files using Vubey
(for perfectly legal backup purposes) my main pc was hijacked by ransomware.

Fortunately, by doing the following, it didn't ruin the laptop (running Win7):-
1.Pulled out network cable (pc has wireless connection disabled).
2.Pulled out power input plug and removed internal batteries to stop the pc working.
3.Deleted Chrome's browsing history using a synced pc.
3.Refitted batteries to the pc and reconnected power input plug.
4.Restarted pc in safe mode and did a system restore.
5.Powered down the pc properly, reconnected network cable, and powered up normally.
6.Uninstalled Chrome from the Control Panel.
7.Used Firefox to get back on line. Freshly installed Chrome.
8.Everything was then back to how it was before the hijacking, with IE favourites
unaffected. In fact, Chrome now kicks into life quicker than before.

Whether all of the above steps were strictly necessary, I'm not sure.
But absolutely nothing was left to chance.

The question is, is Vubey still safe to use, or would I be better advised using
another mp3 converter, and if so, which is best?

That was yesterday's disaster. Today's was the central heating packing up! :(
good to know, great tips. sorry to learn of your issue glad you resolved.
i just real player video to mp3 converter with no issues so far, i also just like using Opera browser, Real player is great as a media player too i'll use it to watch dvds, play music, do playback on old converted files and downloaded videos etc

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Re: YouTube Finds

Post by Timtin » Sun Dec 16, 2018 3:09 pm

Hi Scriabinoff,

I'd recommend the steps I took to recover the pc to anyone in a
similar predicament, if they are using Windows 7.

Following my original message about the disaster, a friend kindly
suggested that I use a brilliant little GUI called YouTube-DLG, which
allows one to simply paste several YT URLs at once into a dialogue box,
then the conversion and download is done automatically (either mp3
or mp4) with a decent bit rate and without even having to open the
internet browser. Marvellous!

My days of using on-line convertors, with all their strings attached
(plus a small risk of being hijacked by evil ransomware) are over.

Regards, Tim.

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