The Russian / Soviet Piano Concerto

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Thank you for comments, dear members.
isokani - I don't live in Helsinki, maybe Mr. Sirodeau lives there?
Samuil Feinberg / Самуил Фейнберг (1890-1962)
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Aha! All I know is that M. Sirodeau made the scan for a friend in Helsinki! How these things travel fast ...
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isokani wrote:How these things travel fast ...
Yes, they do. The curved staves are obviously due to the Doppler effect...

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Emil Borisovich Sernov wrote:Samuil Feinberg
Piano Concerto No.3, Op.44 (Reduction for the 2 PIanos)
Scanned by the pianist Mr. Christophe Sirodeau
http://download1980.mediafire.com/53ln1 ... o+No.3.pdf
Thanks very much for this! I did not know Feinberg was so productive as a composer.
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Alfor was kind enough to share Galynin's first concerto (which can be heard with the score on Fyrexianoff's Youtube channel). This second concerto dates from two decades later and was composed a year before the composer's early death at age 44.

German Germanovch GALYNIN (GALININ)
Piano Concerto no. 2 (1965) (two-piano reduction by the composer)

https://www.mediafire.com/?1k3cbeced3mg2m9 (large, greyscale)
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Thank you caostotale for posting GALYNIN's 2nd concerto. It is always a joy to encounter his works which are so full of energy.
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AMAZING - many thanks caostotale, never thought I would see this score [very different work to the first concerto].

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It's not a piano concerto, but there's a new Soviet-era work for strings/percussion featuring piano at:
viewtopic.php?f=18&t=903&p=30421#p30421
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Emil Borisovich Sernov wrote:Samuil Feinberg
Piano Concerto No.3, Op.44 (Reduction for the 2 PIanos)
Scanned by the pianist Mr. Christophe Sirodeau
http://download1980.mediafire.com/53ln1 ... o+No.3.pdf
This link is now dead. Can someone repost please?
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Works fine for me. It needs to go through a repair process that only takes a few seconds.
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