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 11 
 on: December 12, 2018, 10:14:35 pm 
Started by Albion - Last post by jimfin
I may attempt to contact John. He is still my Facebook friend, though he hasn't posted on there lately either. I hope he's well, as he seems terribly nice and one day I hope to meet him and spend long hours talking about British music.

 12 
 on: December 12, 2018, 12:37:40 pm 
Started by Albion - Last post by the Administration
It is only prudent to point out to members that the British and Irish Music Archive on this site has been effectively "frozen in time" now for almost a year. The Archive was assembled-with enormous effort-by Albion (John). He also compiled the huge catalogue. It represents, quite probably, the most impressive and comprehensive collection of British music in existence and available to members of this forum to download for their personal enjoyment.

For whatever reason Albion has not been "on the forum" since February. He has not been able to respond to pms or emails. What this means is that the Archive has not been updated since then. More seriously it means that there may be the possibility that it could simply disappear since the vast number of pieces are stored on Albion's Mediafire account. If that was closed-again for whatever reason then the contents would no longer be available for download.

All would certainly NOT be lost! First of all, the individual compositions were uploaded originally by members and the overwhelming majority are still available from them on their own Mediafire or other similar uploading sites. Secondly, I downloaded most of the music to my own hard drive (as have others, including Latvian!). Most could therefore be restored, reuploaded for new members or others who had perhaps either lost their copies or developed a new interest in a particular work.

And although the catalogue is "frozen" there have been few new uploads over the past year and those that have been provided by members can be found on the last page of the Downloads thread.

There is therefore no need for serious alarm.....which is of course not to say that we do not regret and are concerned about Albion's absence from the forum!

Dundonnell.

 13 
 on: December 11, 2018, 08:24:03 pm 
Started by jowcol - Last post by christopher
I have just uploaded the first movement of Piano Concerto No.1 by Henryk Bobiński (1861-1914)

Bio: https://musopen.org/composer/henryk-bobinski/

Born: 1st February 1861  -   Died: 24th April 1914  -  Birthplace: Warsaw, Poland
Henry Bobiński was a Polish pianist and composer. In Warsaw, he attended the Institute of Music. He learned piano and composition at Strobel, with Zygmunt Noskowski .He graduated in 1879. After graduation he moved to Krakow . He was employed there as a piano teacher of the Music Society. Then he went to Vienna.


Score:  https://musopen.org/music/29908-piano-concerto-op8/

Also a Polish wikipedia entry:
https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henryk_Bobiński

Henryk Bobiński (born February 1, 1861 in Warsaw , died on April 24, 1914 ibid) - Polish pianist and composer.
In Warsaw he attended the Musical Institute. He studied at Strobel, playing the piano and composing with Zygmunt Noskowski . He obtained his diploma in 1879. After graduation he went to Krakow . He worked there as a piano teacher at the Music Society. Parallel to his work, he gave concerts (among others: Lublin , Krakow, Warsaw). Then he left for Vienna to complete his education under the direction of Teodor Leszetycki . Later, he studied composition with Szostakowski at the Moscow Philharmonic. There, after obtaining his first degree, he taught piano for the next three years. In 1893, he lived briefly inOdessa , then he moved to Kiev . He became a professor of higher piano class at the school of the Russian Musical Society. In the years 1893 - 1903 performed sequentially in Warsaw, Kiev and Vienna. In 1914 he became seriously ill. He moved to Warsaw in the same year, where he lived for the last few months of his life.

Compositions
Symphonic overture
Piano concert in E minor, Op. 8
Piano concert in A minor, Op. 12
Variations (for string quartet)
Valse-Fantaisie Op. 1
Nocturne op. 3
Legend op. 4
Deux morceaux op. 5
Mélodie and Moment musical
Preludes
Pensée à la mémoire d'un grand artiste
Etudes op. 14
Andante doloroso op. 15
Serenade op. 17 No. 1
Conzonetta op. 17 No. 2
Je t'aime (transcript of the songs by Edvard Grieg)

(google-translate)



 14 
 on: December 11, 2018, 08:20:03 pm 
Started by mjkFendrich - Last post by christopher
I have just uploaded the first movement of the 1st piano concerto of Volodymyr Pukhalsky (1848-1933).

A couple of online bios list him as Belarusian or Polish or Russian.

A few bios:

http://www.encyclopediaofukraine.com/display.asp?linkpath=pages%5CP%5CU%5CPukhalskyVolodymyr.htm

Pukhalsky, Volodymyr [Пухальський, Володимир; Puxal’s’kyj], b 2 April 1848 in Minsk, d 23 February 1933 in Kyiv. Teacher, pianist, and composer. In 1874 he graduated from the Saint Petersburg Conservatory, and in 1876 he was appointed director of the Russian Music Society’s school in Kyiv. From 1913 he was a professor of piano at the Kyiv Conservatory (in 1913–14 its first director) and (from 1925) at the Lysenko Music and Drama Institute. He also performed as a pianist in Saint Petersburg, Kyiv, and Odesa. His students included Vladimir Horowitz, A. Brailowsky, and Kostiantyn Mykhailov. Among his main works are the opera Valeria (1923), the symphonic Little Russian Fantasy (1882), a piano concerto (1881; the first such work for modern piano in Ukrainian music), works for piano solo, and the Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom for choir.




https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q4384503

https://uk.wikipedia.org/wiki/Пухальський_Володимир_В'ячеславович   (in Ukrainian)

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wladimir_Puchalski  (in German - calls him "Polish/Ukrainian/Russian")

https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Władimir_Puchalski (in Polish - calles him Russian and Ukrainain)

https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Пухальский,_Владимир_Вячеславович  - (in Russian - calls him Russian and Soviet!)

 15 
 on: December 11, 2018, 03:25:50 pm 
Started by Dundonnell - Last post by Dundonnell
I take it that no one has heard any further news concerning Lyrita?

My email to Paul Conway has gone unanswered-which is unusual (Paul always replied to my messages in the past).

 16 
 on: December 10, 2018, 11:00:53 pm 
Started by kyjo - Last post by Toby Esterhase
What pieces are on here?
Dear Mr.Christopher
Here it is:
https://www.prestomusic.com/classical/products/8516399--forgotten-russians
Best

 17 
 on: December 10, 2018, 07:43:25 pm 
Started by calyptorhynchus - Last post by calyptorhynchus
I've found another work that is similar in approach to Tovey, Simpson &c.

Cuthbert Girdlestone, Mozart and his Piano Concertos, 2nd Ed 1958

 Cheesy

 18 
 on: December 10, 2018, 05:33:51 pm 
Started by kyjo - Last post by christopher
What pieces are on here?

 19 
 on: December 10, 2018, 05:54:28 am 
Started by Toby Esterhase - Last post by dhibbard
Thanks !   I think some of his chamber works appeared on a few Melodiya LPs  under "Ukrainian Chamber Music"   
 -  Dave

 20 
 on: December 10, 2018, 02:47:00 am 
Started by Toby Esterhase - Last post by Toby Esterhase
https://www.prestomusic.com/classical/products/8503706--carlo-martelli-sredni-vashtar

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