Vocal Music from Russia & the Soviet Union

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Re: Vocal Music from Russia & the Soviet Union

Post by fredbucket » Thu Feb 21, 2019 4:36 am

soh choon wee wrote:
Mon Feb 18, 2019 4:09 pm
May i know if Shostakovich scores are out of copyright?
Not yet...

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Post by soh choon wee » Fri Feb 22, 2019 7:25 am

Thanks.

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Re: Vocal Music from Russia & the Soviet Union

Post by Emil Borisovich Sernov » Sat Aug 10, 2019 7:49 pm

Alexander Mosolov (1900-1973)
Three Children's Scenes, Op.18
Mosolov A - Op 18 Three Children's Scenes.pdf
One of the extremely rare scores from such a well-known composer. Orchestrated version by Edison Denisov (1929-1996) is famous, however strangely the original version for piano and soprano is not performed by any performers.
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Re: Vocal Music from Russia & the Soviet Union

Post by mballan » Tue Sep 24, 2019 4:28 pm

From Georgian music site: Sulkhan Tsintsadze (1924-1992)

Tsintsadze S - 'The Hermit' Opera-Legend in 1 Act (vs 1975).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from Russia & the Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Fri Nov 22, 2019 10:22 pm

A collection of folk songs by a composer/arranger who worked in the state publishing house for many years and composed a fair amount of good piano music. All of the words are folk lyrics, with the exception of the third song.

Konstantin Stepanovich SOROKIN
Ukrainian Folk Songs (15), for voice and piano, op. 77 (pub. 1981); 1. The Maple Standing Above the Water, 2. Song about a Mosquito, 3. Twisting, the Wind, to Ukraine (words by S. Rudansky), 4. Why, Why Not Come, 5. The Nut, 6. They Said: 'Come, Come', 7. The Wind is Blowing, the Storm is Blowing, 8. The Girl Standing in the Shadows, 9. Oh, the Wind is Blowing in the Field, 10. Oh, the Girl Walked by the Shore, 11. I'm Going to Heaven, 12. Oh, Girl, Make a Noise, 13. You Hear, my Brother..., 14. Oh, in the Grave Field, 15. Old Grandma

Sorokin - Ukrainian Folk Songs (15), for voice and piano, op. 77 (pub. 1981).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from Russia & the Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Sun Dec 15, 2019 2:57 am

Here are two collections of choral works from Mosolov's later career. His work from this period is obviously far less stimulating than his more-well-known 1920s post-Scriabin/futurist work, but possibly still of some historical interest.

Alexander Vasilyevich MOSOLOV

Choruses - Book 1 (unaccompanied) (pub. 1978)

p. 05 - Not Far from Moscow (A. Prokofiev)
p. 07 - Good Here in Siberia! (V. Semernin)
p. 10 - Front-line Roads (V. Semernin)
p. 14 - Marching Youth of the Red Cossacks (V. Semernin)
p. 17 - At Rest (V. Semernin)
p. 21 - Spring is Coming (V. Semernin)
p. 24 - Russian Autumn (N. Rylenkov)
p. 26 - In the Field of Ears (?) (V. Bokov)
p. 28 - Good Morning (A. Prokofiev)
p. 30 - Bird Cherry (A. Prokofiev)
p. 31 - Song of the Volga Lace-Makers (V. Bokov)
p. 33 - The Swans Flew By (A. Prokofiev)
p. 37 - The Golden Grove Dissuaded (S. Yesenin)
p. 40 - The Distant Cry of Talyanka (S. Yesenin)
p. 41 - I Went Over the River (V. Lebedeva-Bokova)
p. 43 - On the Bench (V. Bokov)
p. 45 - A Song About a Funny Guy (V. Bokov)
p. 50 - Lullaby (L. Vasilyeva)
p. 52 - I'm Going, Going along the Fir-Trees (A. Prokofiev)
p. 55 - The Dew Lightly Sparkles in the Sun (V. Semernin)
p. 57 - In the Field We Meet the Sun (V. Semernin)
Mosolov - Choruses - Book 1 (unaccompanied) (pub. 1978).pdf

Choruses - Book 2 (unaccompanied or accompanied by piano or bayan) (pub. 1979)

p. 03 - The Skinny Apple Tree (A. Prokofiev)
p. 06 - Dawns are Golden (D. Ushakov)
p. 09 - Threshing (D. Ushakov)
p. 11 - In the Village (V. Semernin)
p. 14 - Rain (V. Bokov)
p. 18 - Winter Evening (A. Prokofiev)
p. 24 - The Distant Cry of Talyanka (S. Yesenin)
p. 26 - Cossack Song (A. Mashistov)
p. 29 - Young Cossacks (A. Mashistov)
p. 35 - Cossack Rides (A. Mashistov)
p. 40 - The Sun has Set (A. Mashistov)
Mosolov - Choruses - Book 2 (unaccompanied or accompanied by piano or bayan) (pub. 1979).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from Russia & the Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Sun Dec 15, 2019 5:20 am

Repertoire of Children and Youth Choirs (accompanied by piano or unaccompanied), Vol. 1 (pub. 1974)

Yuri Mikhailovich CHICHKOV - Songs of Our Heart, cantata for speakers and children's choir (words by K. Ibryayev, Yu. Razumovsky, & E. Karasev); 1. The Song of Our Heart, 2. Friends are Waiting for Us Everywhere, 3. In the World of Colors and Melodies, 4. No One is Forgotten, 5. Thank You, 6. We are Accepted as Pioneers, 7. Timurovtsy, 8. The Capital of a Happy Childhood

Rostislav Grigoryevich BOIKO (BOYKO) - Song about the Brest Fortress (words by E. Karasev)
Mikhail Rafailovich RAUKHVERGER - Moon and Sun, choruses (2); 1. Moonlight (words by Yu. Korinets), 2. Song to the Sun (words by Natasha Gai)
Arkady Sergeyevich SAVENKOV (Volga Region) - Rejoice for Good Luck! (words by A. Turin) (no bio found)

Repertoire of Children and Youth Choirs (accompanied by piano or unaccompanied), Vol. 1 (pub. 1974).pdf
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