Russian piano music

Russian piano music

forty-four pieces by Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Moussorgsky and others

Printed Music - 2013
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Nineteenth-century Europe's immersion into Romanticism fostered a "back to nature" movement in which artists turned toward folk music for inspiration. This collection spotlights the works of important Russian composers who drew upon and popularized folk melodies of their native country. Forty-four stirring pieces reflect the influence of Russia's peasant songs as well as the tonality and rhythms of music from the Russo-Greek Orthodox Church and Tartar culture.
Suitable for intermediate-level pianists of all ages, this collection features contributions from Michael Glinka, hailed a century ago as "the father of Russian musical art." Additional contributors include Alexander Borodin, Modest Mussorgsky, Nikolas Rimsky-Korsakov, Alexander Scriabin, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and other composers.
Uniform Title: Neo-Russian piano music.
Publisher: Mineola, N.Y. : Dover Publications, Inc., [2013]
ISBN: 9780486490755
Branch Call Number: Oversize M 786.20947
Characteristics: v, 221 pages of music : portraits ; 31 cm
Additional Contributors: Pintér, Andor
Sokalʹskiĭ, V. (Vladimir), 1863-1920.
Sapellnikoff, W. (Wassily), 1867-1941.
Alferaki, Akhilles Nikolaevich 1846-1919. Morceaux, piano, op. 25. No. 3.
Alferaki, Akhilles Nikolaevich 1846-1919. Morceaux, piano, op. 30. No. 1.
Borodin, Aleksandr Porfirʹevich 1833-1887. Malenʹkai͡a si͡uita.
Rebikov, Vladimir Rêveries d'automne.
Rebikov, Vladimir Rêves.
Rebikov, Vladimir Melomimiki, op. 17.
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay 1844-1908. Morceaux, piano, op. 11.
Pachulski, H. 1859-1921. Etudes de concert.
Glinka, M. I. (Mikhail Ivanovich), 1804-1857. Mazurkas, piano, C minor.
Blumenfeld, Félix 1863-1931. Prés de l'eau. No. 3.
Blumenfeld, Félix 1863-1931. Morceaux, piano, op. 2.
Alenev, Evgeniĭ Fedorovich 1864-1902. Morceaux, piano, op. 9.
Alenev, Evgeniĭ Fedorovich 1864-1902. Mazurkas, piano, op. 8. No. 1.
Rachmaninoff, Sergei 1873-1943. Morceaux de salon, piano.
Balakirev, Miliĭ Alekseevich 1837-1910. Chant du pêcheur.
Bortkiewicz, Sergei 1877-1952. Morceaux, piano, op. 7.
Bortkiewicz, Sergei 1877-1952. Morceaux, piano, op. 3.
Scriabin, Aleksandr Nikolayevich 1872-1915. Preludes, piano, op. 11. No. 14.
Scriabin, Aleksandr Nikolayevich 1872-1915. Preludes, piano, op. 17. No. 4.
Scriabin, Aleksandr Nikolayevich 1872-1915. Mazurkas, piano, op. 25. No. 5.
Glière, Reinhold Morit͡sevich 1875-1956. Pieces, piano, op. 26. No. 5.
Glière, Reinhold Morit͡sevich 1875-1956. Pieces, piano, op. 19.
Cui, César 1835-1918. À Argenteau.
Arensky, Anton 1861-1906. Essais sur les rythmes oubliés.
Arensky, Anton 1861-1906. Près de la mer. No. 5.
Karagichev, B. (Boris), 1869-1946 Ėskizy.
Korganov, G. O. (Genariĭ Osipovich), 1858-1890. Pièces, piano, op. 8.
Korganov, G. O. (Genariĭ Osipovich), 1858-1890. Album lyrique.
I͡Uferov, Sergi͡eĭ 1865- Elegie, piano, op. 1, no. 3, F major.
Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich 1839-1881. Intermezzo symphonique in modo classico;
Glazunov, Aleksandr Konstantinovich 1865-1936. Impromptus, piano, op. 54. No. 2.
Shcherbachev, Nikolaĭ Vladimirovich 1853- Féeries et pantomimes.
Shcherbachev, Nikolaĭ Vladimirovich 1853- Solitudes.
Vītols, Jāzeps 1863-1948. Preludes, piano, op. 19. No. 1.
Vītols, Jāzeps 1863-1948. Berceuse, piano, op. 18.
Nemerovskiĭ, Aleksandr Sergeevich 1859- Alla mazurka.
Amani, Nikolaǐ Nikolaevich 1872-1904. Pièces caractéristiques.
Amani, Nikolaǐ Nikolaevich 1872-1904. Suites, piano, op. 4.
Li͡apunov, S. M. (Sergeĭ Mikhaĭlovich), 1859-1924. Fêtes de Noël.
Lyadov, Anatoly Konstantinovich 1855-1914. Pro starinu, piano.


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