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1  Little-known music of all eras / Rare scores / Quatre pièces naives, pour piano J. Pokrovsky (Russian) on: December 08, 2018, 02:26:06 am

Here is an indeed rare score of the Russian Composer    J Pokrovsky   Quatre pièces naives, pour piano ..

The date of publication is 1900  published by  P. Jurgenson  Moscow

I can't find any information about this composer... can't tell if there were orchestral works written by this composer??

any thoughts??

2  Little-known music of all eras / New recordings / Lazar Saryan's CD "Symphonic Compositions" on: November 24, 2018, 02:51:25 am

Saw this recently on a search for Armenian symphonic music.  Unfortunately, I did not purchase the CD in time as it was a limited production CD.
However, it is on CDBaby as a download item.

Album Notes
Armenian Music Center presents Lazar Saryan's CD "Symphonic Compositions". The composer Ghazaros Saryan was one of the most distinguished figures of Armenian musical culture of the second part of the XX century. He was honored with the title of a People’s Artist of the Soviet Union and Armenia. Son of the great Armenian Painter Martiros Saryan, Gazaros was born on 30 September 1920 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. A year later his family moved to Yerevan, Armenia. Gazaros received his professional education in new-established Yerevan Conservatoire with renowned composer V.Talyan. In 1941-1945 Saryan became the participant of the WW II. When the war was over he continued his education in Moscow Conservatoire with famous Russian composer D. Shostakovich. Gh. Saryan’s preferred field of creation was the symphony and chamber music. He was also an author of songs, romances and music for films. His musical compositions for full-symphony orchestra like "Symphonic Images" (1956), 'Panel Armenia', inspired by his father’s painting (1966), Concert for violin and orchestra (1972), "Symphony" (1980), "Passacaglia" (1994) are notable for the significance of their content, a rich sense of musical timbre. Gh. Saryan is an outstanding master of orchestra. His refined, laconic style blends national modes of expression and innovatory spirit of the XX century. Lazar Saryan was also a renowned public man and pedagogue.
3  Little-known music of all eras / Discussion of obscure composers / Re: Zolotareyov's Cello Concerto - Moscow Regional SO on: November 23, 2018, 10:17:32 pm
thanks for the reminder Christopher.... yes the record in question was or is being held by the University of Oklahoma libraries and score in addition.... however, when I inquired about the recording, it was in a sealed box that was part of a gift to the University.   However, when the box was opened, the record was not playable because it was in several pieces (shallac record).    However, I did make a photocopy of the score, when I was in Oklahoma City at the University.

Wish I had good news on that.... 

here is the link to the library
4  Little-known music of all eras / New recordings / Re: Kos-Anatolsky Piano concerto n°2 on: November 23, 2018, 10:10:27 pm
Yes  thanks for posting that.   Yes, everyone be careful when you go to these links, esp. the Russian ones... there was a rather nasty bug on one of those.....Usually the youtube are safe.
5  Little-known music of all eras / Notice of interesting concerts around the world / 17th November Roose conducts Tubin, Kõrvits, Eller, Krigul, Kreek and Lattikas i on: November 17, 2018, 02:52:19 pm

17th November

Concert will begin at 17:04 hours GMT
Roose conducts Tubin, Kõrvits, Eller, Krigul, Kreek and Lattikas in Tallinn

17th November

Concert will begin at 17:04 hours GMT
Roose conducts Tubin, Kõrvits, Eller, Krigul, Kreek and Lattikas in Tallinn
Live streamLive stream

The Estonian National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ingrid Roose plays:

TUBIN: Pidulik prelude.

KÕRVITS: Hümnid virmalistele.

ELLER: Videvik, Symphonic poem.

KRIGUL: Chordae.

KREEK: Humoresk.

TUBIN: Three Estonian folk dances.

ELLER: Kodumaine viis.



 Audiostream will be archived for on demand listening after the concert at Estonian Klassikaraadio
6  Little-known music of all eras / New recordings / Stenhammar – Symphony No.2 BIS-2424 on: November 10, 2018, 05:43:56 am
This month  (Nov 2018), I see a new recording of :

Stenhammar – Symphony No.2

BIS-2424 | SACD    EAN 7318599924243    TT: 83'31

A great Swedish conductor performs a great Swedish symphony

Wilhelm Stenhammar:
Symphony No.2 in G minor, Op.34
Serenade in F major, Op.31

Gothenburg Symphony / Herbert Blomstedt

    About Herbert Blomstedt
    About Gothenburg Symphony

    Hear Herbert Blomstedt discuss Stenhammar’s music in a clip on YouTube

Listen to a sound clip:

    I. Allegro energico from Symphony No. 2 (excerpt)
    III. Scherzo from Serenade in F major,Op.31 (beginning)
7  Little-known music of all eras / New recordings / Re: Svetlanov Piano set on: October 31, 2018, 03:46:32 am
Thanks !!
8  Little-known music of all eras / New recordings / Re: Imants Kalnins Symphonies Nos. 5 & 7, Oboe Concerto, Santa Cruz on: October 26, 2018, 10:35:26 pm
Thank you for this notice.   just ordered it from Amazon.
9  Various / Miscellany / Re: Closure of this Forum on: October 07, 2018, 06:21:52 am
Sydney,  I thought that you turned it over to the present moderators.    I dare you to shut it down..... lets see what happens in the next  few week....Huh?
10  Various / Miscellany / Re: Closure of this Forum on: October 07, 2018, 06:19:57 am
This is really getting silly.   
11  Little-known music of all eras / New recordings / Re: Heino Eller on: October 06, 2018, 12:43:02 am
Thank you !!!!
12  Little-known music of all eras / Youtube performances / Re: Hilding Rosenberg - his eight symphonies on: September 27, 2018, 02:18:16 am
Yes... for those that don't know, Naxos is the US distributor for BIS.  Ever since Qualiton went out of business, they filled in the gap.
13  Little-known music of all eras / Youtube performances / Re: Hilding Rosenberg - his eight symphonies on: September 25, 2018, 12:12:24 am
Thank You  !!!!   I only have a few of his symphonies on CD.
14  Little-known music of all eras / Discussion of obscure composers / Re: ROBERTO CACCIAPAGLIA on: September 18, 2018, 02:59:51 am
Roberto Cacciapaglia has performed his own compositions at many venues around the world, including the following: Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Milan Conservatory, Accademia di Santa Cecilia of Rome, Berliner Festspiele in Berlin, Tel Aviv Festival, Campinas Festival in Brazil, Passatge de la Pau in Barcelona, Spoleto Festival, Lingotto in Turin, Milan Cathedral, Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, Teatro degli Arcimboldi in Milan, World Event Abu Dhabi, Teatro Carignano in Turin, Maiden Tower in Baku in Azerbaijan, Teatro Bibiena in Mantua, Ravello Festival, Teatro Morlacchi in Perugia, International House of Music in Moscow, Belozerskih Palace in St. Petersburg, Turkish Music State Conservatory in Istanbul, Palazzo Reale in Milan, Slovak National Radio Auditorium in Bratislava, Ankara Piano Festival, Teatro del Giglio in Lucca, Open Air theatre – Expo Milano 2015, Jaani Kirki's Cathedral in St. Petersburg, Child Philharmonia in Ekaterinburg, Philharmonia Triumph in Perm, State Institute of Arts in Krasnoyarsk, Energy Cultural Space in Novosibirsk, Teatro Cristallo in Bozen, Teatro Colosseo in Turin, Teatro Duse in Bologna and Teatro Verdi in Florence.

In 2013 he founded the Educational Music Academy with the aim of giving a voice to young musical talents, composers and performers, pianists and musicians in order to give shape to their projects and to achieve professional mastery in their works.

He has been a frequent performer at “La Milanesiana” festival directed by Elisabetta Sgarbi, where he has given several concerts, including one with Nobel Prize for literature winner Derek Walcott, and “Mente Radiosa”, composed for an evening with Rita Levi-Montalcini, Nobel Prize for Medicine laureate.

On the 22nd of April 2017, Maestro Roberto Cacciapaglia opened the event for environmental protection, Earth Day 2017, with a concert in Piazza del Popolo in Rome.
Roberto Cacciapaglia, 2010

    Sonanze - OHR (1975) - Cd Remastering Ducale (2000)
    Sei note in logica - Philips (1979) - Cd Remastering Ducale (2000)
    The Ann Steel Album - (1979) - Cd Remastering - Recording Arts (2003)
    Generazioni del cielo - Ed. Ricordi Dischi Fonit Cetra (1986) - Remastering Ducale (2000)
    Angelus Rock - Polygram Italic (1992)
    Tra cielo e terra - CGD (1996)
    Arcana - BMG Ricordi (2001)
    Tempus Fugit - BMG Ricordi (2003)
    Incontri con l'anima - Deltadischi (2005)
    Quarto tempo - Universal Music (2007)
    Canone degli spazi - Universal Music (2009)
    Ten Directions - Glance, Distribution by Sony Music (2010)
    Live From Milan - Glance, Distribution by Sony Music (2011)
    Alphabet - Decca Records (2014)
    Tree of Life - Believe Digital (2015)
    Atlas - Believe Digital (2016)


    Generazioni del cielo (1986)
    Le lamentazioni di Geremia (1986)
    Transarmonica (1988)
    Aurea carmina (1988)
    Il segreto dell'alba (1989)
    Un giorno X (1990)
    Le mille e una notte (1991)
15  Little-known music of all eras / Discussion of obscure composers / Re: ROBERTO CACCIAPAGLIA on: September 18, 2018, 02:59:13 am
Roberto Cacciapaglia (born 1953 in Milan) is an Italian pianist and composer. His compositions blend electronic experimental music with the classical tradition.

Roberto Cacciapaglia was born in Milan. He graduated in composition from the city's Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory under the direction of Bruno Bettinelli, where he also studied conducting and electronic music. Over the years he worked at the studio of Phonology of RAI and collaborated with the National Research Council in Pisa where he studied computer applications in the field of music.

Around 1974 he came into contact with Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser, head of the German label Ohr. Kaiser produced Sonanze, Roberto Cacciapaglia's first recording and the first quadraphonic LP released in Italy. Through this work, he became familiar with German groups like Ppopol Vuh, with whom he performed in concert, Tangerine Dream, and Wallenstein. Four years later he produced Sei Noye In Logica (1978), a music score for voices, orchestra and computer, a turning point and an exploration of the minimalist sphere.

In 1986 the prestigious Ricordi Edition published his opera in two acts Generazioni del cielo, first performed in the Metastasio Theatre in Prato and subsequently at the Lingotto Theatre in Turin. The same year he composed Lamentazione di Geremia, commissioned by the International Festival of Tel Aviv. Then in 1988 at the Ateforum Festival in Ferrara he performed In C, the manifesto composition of minimalist music, with Terry Riley. The piece was recently[when?] published and distributed in Russia together with the first release of Transarmonica (1988). Other pieces from those years are Aurea Carmina (1988), commissioned by the Santa Cecilia Academy of Rome, Il Segreto dell’Alba (1989), a ballet-pantomime commissioned by the City Theatre of Bologna, Un Giorno X (1990), a video opera performed at the Milan Conservatory with the popular Italian singer Gianna Nannini and the Orchestra dei Pomeriggi Musicali, and the musical fable Le Mille e Una Notte (1991), performed at the Berlin Festival “Berliner Festspiele” and subsequently at the Spoleto Festival.

Fruit of his all-round experimentation are the albums Angelus Rock (1992), Arcana (2001), Tempus Fugit (2003), and Incontri con l’anima (2005).
Recent works

Three CDs are the fruit of his long artistic collaboration with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: Quarto Tempo (Universal Music – 2007); Canone degli spazi (Universal Music – 2009); and Ten Directions (Sony Music – 2010).

Alphabet, recorded in the Sala Verdi of the Milan Conservatory, was released on 28 January 2014 by Decca Records – Universal Music, and was performed in concert in the Hall of the Eight Columns in the Royal Palace of Milan.

Tree of Life contains the “Tree of Life Suite”, the music specially composed for the Milan Expo night show of the Tree of Life – EXPO 2015. Released on 26 May 2015 by Believe Digital, it was performed in concert with the Milan La Scala Theatre Academy Orchestra at the Open Air Theatre to celebrate EXPO 2015.

Atlas – his latest album released on 25 November 2016 by Believe Digital – is a collection of 28 tracks: a greatest hits compilation with two previously unreleased tracks – “Reverse” and “Mirabilis” – and a tribute to David Bowie: an instrumental version of “Starman”.

Quarto Tempo – 10th Anniversary Edition – in addition to the 12 original tracks, this double CD will also include solo piano interpretation of each piece and a previously unreleased version of “Il Ragazzo che Sognava Aeroplani”. Mastered by Andrew Walter at Abbey Road Studios.

"Celebration Tour 2018" is Cacciapaglia's latest worldwide tour, which started in Moscow, Russia, followed by six dates through Siberia, and then Italy, the U.S. and China.
General overview
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