This collection features both famous and lesser known Russian composers from the 19th of the 20th century.Contents: La prière du matin (Barmotin); Jeu de petits chevaux (Barmotin); Miniatures en forme détudes nos. 9 & 10 (Goedicke); Trepac - Danse russe (Tchaikovsky); Italian Serenade (Maykapar); Prélude op. 8 no. 1 & 6 (Pachulski); Danse du quadrupède (Rebikoff); Une larme (Mussorgsky); Lullaby (Maykapar); Les feux du soir no. 1 (Rebikoff); Les saisons: En automne (Octobre) (Tchaikovsky).
Twenty-five traditional folk songs, plus 19 songs written in the folk style by 20th-century composers such as Shostakovich, Knipper, and Zakharov. Each of the songs appears with a vocal line, full piano accompaniment, and guitar chords. The lyrics are shown in the original Cyrillic, in transliteration, and in an English translation.Reprint of the Random House, New York, 1962 edition.All Throughout The Great Wide World I Wandered Along The Peterskaya Road Clouds Have Risen Over The City Dark Is The Night Do Not Awaken My Memories Do Not Scold Me And Do Not Reproach Me Down Along The Mother Volga Down The Volga River Dubinushka Far Away, Far Away Farewell To Happiness In The Meadow Stood A Little Birch Tree In The Valley Kalinka Katiusha Lonely Accordion Meadowland Moscow Nights My Heart My Sweetheart No Sounds From The City Are Heard Oh You Dear Little Night Regimental Polka Should The Volga´s Banks Be Flooded Silently Snow Flurries Song Of Greeting Song Of The Volga Boatmen Stenka Razin Strains Of Guitar Strolling Home The Boundless Expanse Of The Sea The Cliff On The Volga The Light The Little Bell The Slender Mountain Ash The Story Of The Coachman The Village On The Road Through The Village Troika Rushing Wait For Me Wait For Your Soldier Who Knows Why Why Do You Gaze At The Road
The Way Huge Russian Pickle liefert einen weichen, cremigen Flaum mit dicken Bässen und ausgeprägten Mitten, die in die Mischung einfließen. Über die einfache Benutzeroberfläche (Lautstärke, Klangfarbe, Verzerrung) können Sie schnell Ihren idealen Klang finden. Bassistenfreunde, keine Sorge, der russische Pickle hat genug, um die Erde zu erschüttern. Egal, ob Sie nach einem Grunge-Sound der 90er, Stoner oder Garage Rock suchen, der Russian Pickle ist ideal für die Unterstützung Ihrer Riffs, Rhythmen und Soli. - Süßer und cremiger Flaum - Abgerundete Medien und dicke Bässe - Einfache und effektive Kontrollen - Perfekt für 90er Jahre, Stoner, Rock-Garage Kategorie: fuzz Format: Pedal Pedal des Ausdrucks: nein True Bypass: Ja Netzteil enthalten: nein
Fundamentals Of Piano Technique was developed by Leon Conus (1871-1944) and Olga Conus (1890-1976) during many decades of teaching and performing, and through association with the most prominent Russian musicians of the time – including Rachmaninoff, Scriabin and Medtner.The exercises in this method are concise and efficient, focusing on the elements of good playing: control, touch, nuance, and musicianship.This book can be used by students at all levels of development, and with all shapes and sizes of hands. The preparatory exercises allow students to begin using the book within their first year of lessons. A systematic approach allows the hands to develop gradually, avoiding dangerous tension or muscle damage.Topics include: preparatory exercises; extension exercises; five-finger exercises; flexibility of the thumb; trill exercises; scales & arpeggios; wrist development; double notes and more.
The Russian Collection, Vol VII. Guitar music by Moscow Composers. Table of Contents Alexander Varlamov (1801-1848) (arr. Mikhail Vyssotsky) The Red Sarafan (Krasny Sarafan) (First known edition of this historic arrangement.) Mikhail Vyssotsky (1791-1837) Fantasia on Themes from the Etudes of J. B. Cramer Fantasia, dedicated to guitar lovers. Semion Aksionov (1784-1853) Kamarinskaia Variations Mikhail Vyssotsky In the Garden (Vo sadu li v ogorode) Fiodor Zimmerman (1813-1882) Etude-Fantasia Dedicated to Vasilli Sarenko Nikolai Alexandrov (1818-1884) Etude (Tremolo study) Vladimir Morkov (1801-1864) Two Etudes Mikhail Vyssotsky Prelude Vladimir Morkov Adagio on a theme by Sychra Fiodor Zimmerman Fantasie Alexander Vetrov (?-1887) Valse Lente Nikolai Alexandrov Ballade Matvei Pavlov-Azancheev (1883-1963) Procession of the Zulus (Shestvie zulusov) In G open tuning. Alexander Ivanov-Kramskoi (1912-1973) Variations on Slender Ash Tree (Tonkaia riabina) I Sit Upon A Rock (Ia na kamushke sizhu) Improvisation I Lost A Ring (Poteriala ia kolechko) Vissarion Shebalin (1902-1963) In A reflective Mood (Razdumie) Alexander Ivanov-Kramskoi Sad Mood (Grustnoe nastroenie) Sergei Orekhov (b. 1935) Moscow Night variations Gherman Dzhaparidze (b. 1939) Two Visions in White in a Cold Winter Morning Igor Rekhin (b. 1940) In Memory of Villa-Lobos (Suite in five movements, 1979) (Edited by Nikolai Komoliatov) Nina Aristova Prelude and Fugue (edited by Vladimir Aristov) Russian Folk Song Do Not Rustle, Green Grove (Ne shumi, mati zelionaia dubrovushka) (Edited by Vladimir Aristov) Anatoliy Olshanskiy (b. 1956) Fantasia on the Old Russian Romance Coachman, Do Not Rush Your Horses (Iamshchik, ne goni loshadei) Anatoly Shevchenko (b. 1938) Moscow Bells Tolling (Moskovskie zvony) Basso Ostinato on the theme MOCKBA (MOSKVA in the cyrillic alphabet). For the 850th anniversary of the city of Moscow. Valery Kikta (b. 1941) Sonata (1983) 80 pp. Unless otherwise indicated, edited and/or revised by Matanya Ophee.
Table of Contents Vasilii Sarenko, Etude No. 1 Etude No. 2 Etude No. 3 Vladimir Morkov Prelude in b minor Prelude in d minor Prelude in f# minor Marek Sokolovsky Etude Nikolai Aleksandrov Etude Aleksandr Nemerovsky Etude Aleksandr Ivanov-Kramskoi Prelude Prelude Ivan Kuznetsov Not a Single Path in the Field (Ne Odna vo Pole Dorozhenka). Russian Folk Song Mikhail Vyssotsky Theme and Variations on the folk song What Have I Done to Upset You (Chem Tebia Ia Ogorchila) Aleksandr Guriliov Matushka Golubushka-Romance. (Arranged by Sergei Syrtsov.) Semion Aksionov Air Russe. Variations on The Cossack Rode Over the Danube (Ekhal Kazak za Dunai) A. Ivanov-Kramskoi Variations on Russian folk song At the Gate (U Vorot, Vorot) Lullaby Aleksandr Dargomyzhsky, The Youth and the Maiden (Yunoshu Gor´ko Rydaia)-Romance (Arr. V. Sarenko) Melancholy Waltz (Arr. V. Sazonov) Aleksandr Grechaninov, Mazurka Op. 98 No. 13 (Arr. M. Ophee) Piotr Tchaikovsky, Mazurka, Op. 39 No. 11 (Arr. A. Ivanov-Kramskoi) Sweet Dream, Op. 39 No. 21 (Arr. Piotr Agafoshin) Autumn Song, Op. 37b, No. 10 (Arr. M. Ophee) Edited, with historical notes by Matanya Ophee. 44 pp.
Instrumentation: Bar-Pf Editor: Fanning Format: Sheet Music Details: This landmark series opens up exciting vistasof challenging and rewarding repertoire for the discerning and adventurous singer. As with the Peters companion volumes of French Operatic Arias, this Russian series presents many of the justly celebrated arias, but alsojuxtaposes them with other less familiar gems, which undoutedly deserve wider recognition. Much of the selected repertoire is eminently suitable for audition purposes, so that each volume is a treasure trove for professional singers and students. Contents: Borodin–Prince Igor (Igor): No sleep, no rest; Glinka–Ruslan and Lyudmila (Ruslan): Perun, give me a sword; Mussorgsky–Boris Godunov (Boris): I have achieved the highest power; Mussorgsky–Khovanshchina (Shaklovity):The Strel´tsy nest is asleep; Rachmanin ov–Aleko (Aleko): The whole camp is asleep; Rimsky-Korsakov–Sadko (Venetian Merchant): City of Stone; Tchaikovsky–Eugene Onegin (Onegin): If ever I should wish; Rubenstein–The Demon (The Demon): Do not weep, child!; Tchaikovsky–The Enchantress (Prince): Y et the image of that comely one; Tchaikovsky–The Queen of Spades (Tomsky): Once in Versailles; (Yeletsky): I love you, love you beyond measure; Tchaikovsky–Iolanta (Robert): Who can compare with my Matilda?; Verstovsky–Askold´s Tomb (The Unknown): In olde n days
Instrumentation: Sop—Pf Editor: Fanning Format: Sheet Music Details: This landmark series opens up exciting vistas of challenging and rewarding repertoire for the discerning and adventurous singer. As with the Peters companion volumes of French Operatic Arias, this Russian series presents many of the justly celebrated arias, but also juxtaposes them with other less familiar gems, which undoutedly deserve wider recognition. Much of the selected repertoire is eminently suitable for audition purposes,so that each volume is a treasure trove for professional singers and students. Sheet Music & CD Play-along Pack available; see Q7580 Contents: Borodin–Prince Igor (Yaroslavana): Ah! Bitter woe!; Glinka–A Life for the Tsar (Antonida): Down the river is our village; Glinka–Ruslan and Lyudmila (Lyudmila): Captive and in dark despair; Mussorgsky–Sorochintsy Fair (Parasya): Ah, do not weep my darling; Rachmaninov–Francesca da Rimini (Francesca): Ah, do not weep, my Paulo; Rimsky-Korsakov–Sadko (Sea Princess/Vlkhova): Dream walked by the riversideRimsky-Korsakov–The Tsar´s Bride (Marfa): In Novgorod we lived not far from Vanya; Rimsky-Korsakov–The Golden Cockerel (Queenof Shemakha): All-seeing Sun, you rise inglory; Rimsky-Korsakov–Christmas Eve(Oksana): Why do so many people praise me?;Serov–Judith (Judith): I remember the days of my youth; Shostakovich–Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk District (Katerina): Look at nature Tchaikovsky–Yevgeny Onegin (Tatyana): I cannot hide my love (letter scene); Tchaikovsky–The Enchantress (Kuma): When your eyes look down from old Nizhny town; Tchaikovsky–The Enchantress (Kuma): Mybeloved, where are you?; Tchaikovsky–Queenof Spades (Liza): Sorrow and fear overwhelm me
DescriptionAn original and exciting collection of anthems and other choral pieces written for the Orthodox Church and inspired by the Church in Russia, selected by Ralph Allwood. Partly because of the re-emergence of the Church in the former Soviet Union, interest in Christian musical sources alternative to the great body of the Anglican and other Western Christian traditions has grown sharply in recent years. Though the works presented here may be unfamiliar, they are all masterly. Designed to appeal to choirs of various levels, the collection includes a Kontakion and Ikos for the funeral service, anthems by Great Russian Romantics: Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Grechaninov; and composers from our age: Stravinsky, Schnittke, or Arvo Part speaking for a tradition outside the Orthodox Church, as well as settings of the Lord´s Prayer in both Russian and English by John Tavener. SonglistBlessed Is The Man (The All Night Vigil, Op.37) [Rachmaninov, Sergei]Come Let Us Worship (The All Night Vigil, Op.37) [Rachmaninov, Sergei]How Blessed Are They That Are Chosen By Thee (Tchaikovsky)Kontakion And Ikos For The Funeral ServiceLet My Prayer Arise (Chesnokov)Mother Of God And Virgin (Arvo Part)Movement Iv- From Concerto For Mixed Chorus (Schnittke)O Praise Him- From The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom, Op.41 (Tchaikovsky)Otche Nash (John Tavener)Pater Noster (Stravinsky)The Cherubic Hymn- From The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom, Op.29 (Grechaninov)The Cherubic Hymn- From The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom, Op.31 (Rachmaninov)The Cherubic Hymn- From The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom, Op.41 (Tchaikovsky)The Lord´s Prayer (The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom Op.41) [Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich]The Lord´s Prayer [Tavener, John]We Sing To The- From The Liturgy Of St. John Chrysostom, Op.41 (Tchaikovsky)We Sing To Thee (A.I.Labinski)When Jesus Christ Was Yet A Child- From Chansons Pour La Jeunesse, Op.54 No.5, Legend (Tchaikovsky)