Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by ilu » Wed Mar 13, 2019 4:33 pm

Seconded.

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:12 am

And yet another new composer to me: Galina Anatol’evna Nasypnaya. Have no dates, but she studied and graduated from the Leningrad Conservatoire. Russian pianist, musicologist and composer. Currently associate professor at the conservatoire.

Pieces for Piano (2012)
1. Columbine and her friends
2. Day and Evening
3. Scherzino
4. Burlesque
5. Inside and Out

Nasypnaya G - Pieces for Piano (2012).pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by Jim Faston » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:35 am

Anyone with No.6, Le Saltimbanque from Gretchaninov's Op.133 Album d'Andrucha? It appears to be missing from our current scan. Thanks.

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Sun Mar 17, 2019 8:57 am

Another new composer to me: Irina Igorevna Stepanova-Boroskaya. Ukrainian composer and teacher. Studied at Odesa Conservatoire. Have no dates or futher information but she has shared a number of her scores on-line which I duly have shared here, as well as the album I found.

Malcolm
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Pieces for Piano (Op 15-21).pdf
1. Morning Dream from Op 15
2. Nice Little Waltz from Op 15
3. Blues ‘New York Dreams’ from Op 15
4. Nocturne No. 8 from Op 16
5. Undine from Op 16
6. Prelude No. 17 (on one note) from Op 17
7. Spring in the yard (for voice & piano) from Op 17
8. Waltz in B major from Op 18
9. Adagio from Op 19
10. Octave Etude No. 5 from Op 19
11. Three Sonatinas (A major, D minor & F major) from Op 20
12. Octave Etude No. 6 from Op 21
13. Waltz for the story of Dina Rubina ‘Scarf’ from Op 21
14. Fantasie on the themes of two Ukrainian Songs from Op 10
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Breath.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Fantasie based on a Waltz theme by Vladimir Drozdov.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Fantasie in C# minor ‘Lord, save and have mercy on us’ [based on a theme by Vladimir Drozdov].pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Larghetto.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Mazurka No. 5.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Nocturne No. 1.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Nocturne No. 2 'In the style of Chopin'.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Nocturne No. 3.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Nocturne No. 4.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Nocturne No. 6.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Op 2 Prelude No. 1.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Op 6 Nocturne No. 5 'Summer'.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Op 10 Nocturne No. 7.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Prelude No. 3.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Prelude No. 4.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Prelude No. 10 on a theme of the romance ‘Mountain Peaks’ by V. Drozdov.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Prelude No. 14 'Awakening Stars'.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Ragtime 'Premonitions of Spring'.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Recollections.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Red Rose.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - 'Shining Stars' based on a theme by Vladimir Drozdov.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Tango 'Evening by the Sea'.pdf
Stepanova-Borovskaya I - Tango 'Retro'.pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by ilu » Sun Mar 17, 2019 4:11 pm

Malcolm:

Thank you so much, it is a great musical Sunday!
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Mon Mar 18, 2019 8:38 am

Thank you Ilu...yes, her work is quite approachable and easily playable for most pianists.

Stefaniya Anatol’evna Zaranek (1904 - 1962) - back in 2011 I posted her Op 2 piano sonata (page 41 of this thread), here are her Op 4 Miniatures.

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Zaranek S - Op 4 Five Miniatures (1929).pdf
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by mballan » Tue Mar 19, 2019 5:27 pm

An album of four Belarus composers, all who are new to me. I have found more works by one of the composers in the album - Galina Gorelova - and will post these in the next few days.

Translation of Index.

Piano Works of Modern Belarusian composers (2015)
S. Beltyukov – Five Etudes
1. Etude No. 1
2. Etude No. 2
3. Etude No. 3
4. Etude No. 4
5. Etude No. 5
G. Gorelova – The Sleepy Elephant (Piano Pieces for 4 Hands)
6. Sleepy Elephant
7. Mouse Hunting
8. I saw a Giraffe! (unfinished dialogue)
9. A Horse with a Pink Mane
V. Voytik - Winter Holidays (piano cycle)
10. Snowflakes are Spinning
11. Winter Walk
12. Lullaby Blizzards
13. New Year's Dance
14. Grandfather Frost
15. Snow Maiden
16. Gifts are Being Brought!
17. New Barbie Doll
18. Christmas Tale
V. Domoratsky - Five Pieces
19. Fun Journey
20. Chant
21. Joke
22. Dance
23. Waltz
G. Gorelova - Sonatina
24. I -
25. II Choral
26. III Perpetuo moto

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