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Andrei Shtogarenko(1902-1991): A Worklist


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« on: October 30, 2012, 11:52:51 pm »

Shtogarenko was a very important and influential teacher in Ukraine during the 20th century, teaching many Ukranian composers of the next generation. He was also highly active as a composer, composing in a conservative style which exhibits strong ties to the Russian Romantic tradition. His Suite no. 2 for orchestra, Symphonies 1 and 4, and his Partisan Pictures for piano and orchestra are on YouTube (you will have to type "Shtoharenko" in the search box to find the latter three pieces) Smiley. Also, his Armenian Sketches for string quartet have been published by Edition Silvertrust. My sources are russiancomposers.uk.org, Michael Herman's discographies, YouTube, and violinconcerto.de.

Andrei Shtogarenko(1902-1991): A Worklist

Orchestral Compositions:
1934: Suite no. 1 "Childhood" for orchestra
1935: Song Cycle "The Maiden's Fate" for voice and orchestra
1936: Symphonic Poem "About the Canal Work"
         Symphonic Poem "The Campaign"
1942-43: Symphony no. 1/Symphony-Cantata "My Ukraine" for mezzo-soprano, bass, chorus, and orchestra: 24 minutes
1947-48: Symphony no. 2 "Tales"
1949: "A Toast to the Great Russian People" for chorus and orchestra
1950: Cantata "To One Hundred Years of Moscow"
         Symphonic Poem "Russia"
1951: Suite no. 2 "In Memory of Lesya Ukrainka" (Suite for Lesya) for orchestra: 25 minutes
         March-Overture for orchestra
1953: Symphonic Poem "About the Dear Party"
1955: Symphonic Poem "The Story of the Rise of Communism"
         Waltz on Ukranian Themes for orchestra
1957: Concerto-Suite "Partisan Pictures" for piano and orchestra: 37 minutes
         Poem "The Poet's Soul" for string orchestra
1958: "Lyric Ode to October" for chorus and orchestra
         "Youthful" for string orchestra
1959: Suite no. 3 "Song of the Forests" for orchestra
1960: Symphonic Poem "To the Memory of Kobzar"
1964: Suite "Friendship of Peoples" for chorus and orchestra
1965: Suite no. 4 "Youth Poem" for orchestra
1966: Symphony no. 3 in D major "To the Memory of a Comrade" for string orchestra
         Scherzo "Satires" for orchestra
1967: Divertimento in C major for flute and chamber orchestra
         "On the Path of October" for voice, chorus and wind orchestra
         "Lenin's Walk on the Planet" for chorus and orchestra
1968: Poem "Russia" for chorus and orchestra
1969: Violin Concerto in D minor: 25 minutes (TNC CD)
         Ballads "On the Unforgettable People" for chorus and orchestra
         Suite no. 5 "Pioneer" for orchestra
1970: "From Putyul to Sunrise" for chorus and orchestra
1971: Concertino for violin and orchestra
         Suite "Bulgarian Impressions" for orchestra
1972: Symphony no. 4 in B-flat major "Kiev": 35 minutes
         Concertino for piano and orchestra
         Symphony no. 5 "Dedicated to the Komsomol"
1976: Concerto-Poem for piano and orchestra
1977: "Festive Ode to the Communist Party" for chorus and orchestra
1979: Symphony no. 6 "Biographical"
1982: Symphonic Dances for piano and orchestra
1983: Symphony no. 7
1984: Cello Concerto
(date?): Incidental music to "Taras Shevchenko"
            Incidental music to "The Destruction of the Squadron"
            Incidental music to "Childhood"

Chamber and Instrumental Compositions:
1935: String Quartet
1937: Rondo for violin and piano
1950: Song for violin and piano
1960: Armenian Sketches for string quartet
         Fantasia for solo violin
1961: Piano Trio "Youth"
1965: Ballade for cello and piano
         Humorous March for cello and piano
1970: Four Ukranian Dances for violin and piano
1971: Cello Sonata
1973: Ballade and Jocular March for cello and piano
         Ukranian Dances for violin and piano

Piano Compositions:
1954: "Pictures from the Daily Life of the Folk Avengers" for piano
1961: "To the Memory of Folk Musicians" for piano
          Three Poems for piano
1970: Five Preludes "Images" for piano
1974: Etude-Tableaux for piano






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« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2013, 03:49:55 am »

I was in Kiev last December and there was a 4 CD set of Works by Shtogarenko.   It was all written in Ukrainian and I had to ask the shop keeper the contents ... didn't realize it was Shtogarenko.... included the Sym, Pf Conc, Violin Conc, Suites and Armenian Sketches.   I believe it was around $75 US.

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« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2013, 03:52:34 am »

frustrating that you can't find these on ebay....you know when I bought a CD there of Kolessa's they put a tax stamp on the inside of the CD which I thought was strange.  maybe thats why??!??
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« Reply #3 on: May 10, 2013, 02:11:29 am »

I was in Kiev last December and there was a 4 CD set of Works by Shtogarenko.   It was all written in Ukrainian and I had to ask the shop keeper the contents ... didn't realize it was Shtogarenko.... included the Sym, Pf Conc, Violin Conc, Suites and Armenian Sketches.   I believe it was around $75 US.

Dear Dhibbard
Please could you give the label of these cds?
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« Reply #4 on: May 10, 2013, 04:30:11 am »

OK  the label is or the address is  www.music.lviv.txnet.com       the label says Lviv Music Colection  also try www.atyaba.txnet.com   
  its all written in Ukrainian.... also Rostok Records is the label.    try  this: www.rostokrecords.kiev.ua     

actually I believe it was Rostok that had the Shtogarenko also.

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« Reply #5 on: May 10, 2013, 01:47:34 pm »

I have the CD series  Collected Works of Lysenko,  Collected Works of Kolessa,  Lyudkevich and Collected Works of Kos-Anatolsky and they are all released under the Rostok Records label on CD that I picked up in Kiev.   However,  they must be short term runs because there is no mention of them on the Rostok website.   and I believe one or two tracks are actually from an LP on the CDs.

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« Reply #6 on: May 10, 2013, 04:22:02 pm »

hope that wasn't too confusing....  I was checking my CDs that I bought in Kiev and what I could read in english, said Rostok Records... which may in fact just a copy center and makes duplication of CDs, etc.  like the company in Minsk that produced those CDs but disavows any knowledge of them.     hmmm typical Soviet...  its like you don't know anything until you pull out a wad of cash at the bookstore... then all types of classical CDs and Lps pop up our of nowhere.
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« Reply #7 on: May 11, 2013, 01:40:26 am »

I have the CD series  Collected Works of Lysenko,  Collected Works of Kolessa,  Lyudkevich and Collected Works of Kos-Anatolsky and they are all released under the Rostok Records label on CD that I picked up in Kiev.   However,  they must be short term runs because there is no mention of them on the Rostok website.   and I believe one or two tracks are actually from an LP on the CDs.

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A lot of thanks if you could give name of orchestras i'd be delighted! (or post covers)
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« Reply #8 on: May 11, 2013, 06:35:54 pm »

looks like it is "the Sym orch of the national radio  company"  i.e.  Ukrainian Radio Sym Orch.... and the National opera Orch of Ukraine
 
the conductors are Simeonov, Gnedash  Sirenko and Blinov   ROstok Reocrds.. its one of the only things not in Ukrainian...

How do you post photos?
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« Reply #9 on: May 11, 2013, 11:02:04 pm »

looks like it is "the Sym orch of the national radio  company"  i.e.  Ukrainian Radio Sym Orch.... and the National opera Orch of Ukraine
 
the conductors are Simeonov, Gnedash  Sirenko and Blinov   ROstok Reocrds.. its one of the only things not in Ukrainian...

How do you post photos?
Thanks again! You could charge cover and booklet on mediafire.
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« Reply #10 on: May 12, 2013, 05:31:48 am »

try this... I see some Kolessa here:

http://umka.com/eng/catalogue/symphony/mykola-kolessa-selected-works-part-3.html
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« Reply #11 on: May 13, 2013, 03:04:54 pm »


Dear Dhibbard
I abuse of your patience ,but i need more data UMKA said it knows nothing about these
(Shtogarenko,Lyudkevich,Kos Anatolsky) on Rostock web it doesn't appear and two other links are 404.The only thing,i found is this but with no details.
https://kiev2000.bannerka.ua/www.music.lviv.txnet.com
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« Reply #12 on: May 13, 2013, 03:54:12 pm »

these appear to be out of print...those links also were dead.   I noticed that when I went to Rostok  you could index by year, and they had a huge selection of CDs in prior year... but the question is .... are these just limited runs?  it appears that is the case.
So what I picked up in Kiev were probably old issued CDs.
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« Reply #13 on: May 13, 2013, 05:42:21 pm »

these appear to be out of print...those links also were dead.   I noticed that when I went to Rostok  you could index by year, and they had a huge selection of CDs in prior year... but the question is .... are these just limited runs?  it appears that is the case.
So what I picked up in Kiev were probably old issued CDs.
   


sorry Toby... I'll see if I can find them next time I go to Kiev.   (late July)
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« Reply #14 on: May 13, 2013, 10:58:52 pm »

these appear to be out of print...those links also were dead.   I noticed that when I went to Rostok  you could index by year, and they had a huge selection of CDs in prior year... but the question is .... are these just limited runs?  it appears that is the case.
So what I picked up in Kiev were probably old issued CDs.
   


sorry Toby... I'll see if I can find them next time I go to Kiev.   (late July)

Again Thanks.
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