Russians Collection:Seven Novels in One Michael Phillips
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.
The fourth installment of Russian Collection for Kids features stories that begin in everyday life and end in magic. Their main characters are children - boys and girls thrown into tough circumstances and having to test the limits of their courage and ingenuity to solve problems without grown-up help. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Riya Aarini. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/124728/bk_acx0_124728_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The first installment of the Russian Collection for Kids series includes stories of strange creatures (a talking hen, anyone?) and fascinating journeys through unlikely places (like a music box). Volume two invites its young listeners to visit with all sorts of animals and to explore different professions. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Riya Aarini. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/122192/bk_acx0_122192_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The first installment of Russian Collection for Kids dealt with odd places and creatures. Volume two went all around the world exploring the various professions and lives of fascinating animals. Most of all, both volumes comprised the works of Russian authors. In volume three, we look beyond the borders of Russia. This collection includes 15 folk tales - one from each of the former Soviet Republics, each with its own unique traditions and storytelling style. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Riya Aarini. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/123511/bk_acx0_123511_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Sergei Rudnev, (b. 1955) Russian Collection Vol. III. Russian Folk Songs.Table of Contents Dance Song, (Akh vy, seni moi, seni) Since Yesterday´s Midnight, (Oi, so vechora s polunochi) To the Road I Go Alone, (Vykhozhu odin ia na dorogu) Grass On The Meadow, (Kak po luzhku travka) The Wanderer´s Song, (Po dikim stepiam zabaikalia) The Old Lime-Tree, (Lipa vekovaia) Along The Paved Street, (Po ulitse mostovoi) I will Sow Goosefoot, (Poseiu lebedu) Play My Bagpipe, (Zaigrai, moia volynka) The Snowball Tree, (Oi, da ty kalynushka) Between Steep Banks, (Mezh krutikh berezhkov) My Husband Made Me Stoke The Fire, (Zastavil menia muzh) I Will Forget You When . . . , (ia togda tebia zabudu) Circle Dance, (Khorovod) The Little Homestead, (Khutorok) Russian Rhapsody. (Russkaia rapsodia) The different characteristics of the arrangements are closely connected with the internal content of a theme and its role in the ritual life of the Russian folk. This publication will become an important link in preserving the traditions of the Russian national culture and realize its deserved station in the guitar´s concert repertoire. Winner of the first prize at the 1995 Paul Revere Award for Graphic Excellence, given by the Music Publishers´ Association of America. 56 pp.
The fifth and final installment of Russian Collection for Kids goes well and truly outside of the boundaries of Russia and all over the world. Folk tales and stories by foreign authors, narratives from various continents, fanciful and fascinating story lines, people, places, and animals - everything has been thrown in and mixed thoroughly in this comprehensive collection, bound to astonish and delight both children and grown-ups. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Darla Middlebrook. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/136151/bk_acx0_136151_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.