Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Dear ladies and gentlemen,
Hello! I would like to ask do you have the piano score of Балетная Сценка I и II, Вступление К „Айгази“ I и II, Марш Из „Андаляла“ I и II, Танец Дружбы, Танец Песка Из Бадета „Карачач“ I и II, by Gotfrid Hasanov (Gasanov) or Готфрид Алиевич Гасанов (Хасанов) please? If you don’t have, could you please tell me where can I find them? Or could you contact other libraries or could you do interlibrary loan please? Thank you very much and all the best!

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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PGOAA wrote: Wed Mar 03, 2021 9:14 am Dear ladies and gentlemen,
Hello! I would like to ask do you have the piano score of Балетная Сценка I и II, Вступление К „Айгази“ I и II, Марш Из „Андаляла“ I и II, Танец Дружбы, Танец Песка Из Бадета „Карачач“ I и II, by Gotfrid Hasanov (Gasanov) or Готфрид Алиевич Гасанов (Хасанов) please? If you don’t have, could you please tell me where can I find them? Or could you contact other libraries or could you do interlibrary loan please? Thank you very much and all the best!

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Hello PGOAA

For ease I have translated your request into English:

Ballet Scene I and II, Introduction to 'Aygazi' I and II, March From Andalal I and II, Friendship Dance, Sand Dance from the children's ballet 'Karachach' I and II.

On which website did you find these works listed ?

These are primarily orchestral works, not aware they are available in a piano version (although would have thought something would likely exist for rehearsals). I have a few of his piano works - but have never come across these scores. I check again the major libraries and archives and nothing is listed. So suspect the majority of his works must reside in Dagastan. The only conservatoire I am aware of is the Dagastan Academy of Education & Music (website: http://daok-derbent.ru) - it might be worth approaching them to inquire about Gasanov's works / scores.

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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Jim Faston wrote: Sat Dec 05, 2020 1:10 pm Give this one a try - not beautiful but complete. -nms-Bersa_Mélancolie, Op.76.pdf
This is inredible.
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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Thank you very much! I actually once have the score, and yea , it is for piano. But the score wasn’t clear. So I would like have a clear score.

Thanks again!
mballan wrote: Wed Mar 03, 2021 4:33 pm
PGOAA wrote: Wed Mar 03, 2021 9:14 am Dear ladies and gentlemen,
Hello! I would like to ask do you have the piano score of Балетная Сценка I и II, Вступление К „Айгази“ I и II, Марш Из „Андаляла“ I и II, Танец Дружбы, Танец Песка Из Бадета „Карачач“ I и II, by Gotfrid Hasanov (Gasanov) or Готфрид Алиевич Гасанов (Хасанов) please? If you don’t have, could you please tell me where can I find them? Or could you contact other libraries or could you do interlibrary loan please? Thank you very much and all the best!

Best Regards
Hello PGOAA

For ease I have translated your request into English:

Ballet Scene I and II, Introduction to 'Aygazi' I and II, March From Andalal I and II, Friendship Dance, Sand Dance from the children's ballet 'Karachach' I and II.

On which website did you find these works listed ?

These are primarily orchestral works, not aware they are available in a piano version (although would have thought something would likely exist for rehearsals). I have a few of his piano works - but have never come across these scores. I check again the major libraries and archives and nothing is listed. So suspect the majority of his works must reside in Dagastan. The only conservatoire I am aware of is the Dagastan Academy of Education & Music (website: http://daok-derbent.ru) - it might be worth approaching them to inquire about Gasanov's works / scores.

Malcolm
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by lutoslawski »

Folks,

The ukrainian youtube channel collegium management is going to premiere soon the other two piano concerti written by Stanislav Lyudkevich. So far we have only seen the third, which was composed like 4 decades after (apparently?). Links below..

(Concerto from 1917)
(Concerto from 1916)

Cheers,
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Yes, I know these guys (the conductor and management, not the pianists) and they are doing a great job in Lviv/Lwow editing, performing and publicising Ukrainian music. They invited me to do a concert around Mikuli but it didn't happen due to the pandemic.
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besmart wrote: Sat Oct 13, 2018 1:58 am Does anyone know if the Shostakovich Waltz No. 2 as arranged for piano by F. Noack will be published by Sikorski and when?

If anyone has a copy to share privately please let me know.
It's available now, but sadly not in digital form.
Link from Noack's site: https://www.floriannoack.com/transcribe/#scores

I'm waiting for his marvellous transcription of the Polovtsian Dances to be published.
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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besmart wrote: Sat Oct 13, 2018 1:58 am Does anyone know if the Shostakovich Waltz No. 2 as arranged for piano by F. Noack will be published by Sikorski and when?

If anyone has a copy to share privately please let me know.
It's available now, but sadly not in digital form.
Link from Noack's site: https://www.floriannoack.com/transcribe/#scores

I'm waiting for his marvellous transcription of the Polovtsian Dances to be published.
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

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kroket wrote: Wed Apr 07, 2021 5:44 pm I'm waiting for his marvellous transcription of the Polovtsian Dances to be published.
bingo
A transcription (31 pages) can be bought on tunescribers.com,
for those who can't wait for the score to be published by Florian Noack himself:
https://www.tunescribers.com/23564/more ... rince-igor

Greetings,
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Re: Russian & Soviet Composers - Part 3

Post by bingo »

Thank you! Since his promised transcription of Shcherezade is seven years overdue this is a wise idea.

I've picked up some interesting transcriptions on this site. It has some problems with its search facility so you have to be creative and persistent.
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