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« Reply #15 on: July 09, 2013, 07:29:34 am »

I remember the first UK issue on LP of what was then written Vainberg's 4th Symphony and Violin Concerto! That was a while ago. How different now ...
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« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2013, 06:47:57 pm »

I think more of us are subscribers to Tony's blog. For a short time he was a member on the Unsung Composers forum as well.

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« Reply #17 on: July 11, 2013, 10:42:09 am »

Please can you provide a link to his blog?
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« Reply #18 on: July 12, 2013, 11:14:24 am »

Here you find Tony's blog. MARVELOUS!!!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/feed/UCmYq0b8VKp61qD8EWE5K-wg
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« Reply #19 on: July 13, 2013, 08:34:41 am »

Found this at
http://intoclassics.net/news/2010-09-05-18379

unfortunately the links no longer work..

Anthology of Belarusian Classical music (2 CD)
CD1.
1. Oleg Hodosko. Symphony № 4 "White Russia"
2. Viktor Voytik. Symphonic Suite "Fun." Part number 3 "Round Dance".
3. Part number 4. "Kolyadniki."
4. Dmitry Smolskiy. "Symphonic Variations."
5. Andrei Mdivani. "Ostinato". Concert Piece for large symphony orchestra.
6. Jury Semenyako. Svetlana Aria from the opera "Prickly Rose".
7. Sergei Cortez. Overture to the Spanish comedy.
8. Eugene Glebov. Adagio Rose and the Little Prince from the Ballet "The Little Prince".
9. Anatoly Bogatyrev. Waltz from the music to the drama by M. Lermontov "Masquerade".
CD2.
10. Andrei Mdivani. Symphony number 6 "Polotsk letters." Part 1. "Faces."
11. Vladimir grandmother. Symphony number 1, part 2.
12. Part 3.
13. Galina Gorelova. Concerto for Oboe and String Orchestra. Part 3, "quips."
14. Eugene Poplawski. "Dea Luna".
15. Vyacheslav Kuznetsov. Adagio from an imaginary ballet.
16. Igor Luchenok. Ave Maria.
17. Vladimir Soltan. Concert Waltz for large symphony orchestra.
Duration: 2:14:27
 
Performed by
the State Symphony Orchestra of Radio and Television of Russia. Soloists: Gregory Hunanyan, violin (1) Les Lute, soprano (6.16), Andrey Tkachev, oboe (13). Conductor: Mikhail Snitko. State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Belarus. Conductor: Mikhail Snitko. Recorded in 2002.

Glebov is the one I am most familiar with..esp the Little Prince ballet
A few of his works are on utube.
eg..

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« Reply #20 on: July 13, 2013, 03:51:30 pm »

Its available on Ebay right now
http://www.ebay.com/itm/SNITKO-Khodosko-Voitik-Smolsky-Mdivani-Glebov-Bogatyrev-Poplavsky-So-2CD-RUS-NEW-/161010469346?pt=Music_CDs&hash=item257cf8c9e2

this is a limited production CD... once it is gone, it is gone.

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« Reply #21 on: July 15, 2013, 11:25:59 am »

Found this at
http://intoclassics.net/news/2010-09-05-18379

unfortunately the links no longer work..

Anthology of Belarusian Classical music (2 CD)
CD1.
1. Oleg Hodosko. Symphony № 4 "White Russia"
2. Viktor Voytik. Symphonic Suite "Fun." Part number 3 "Round Dance".
3. Part number 4. "Kolyadniki."
4. Dmitry Smolskiy. "Symphonic Variations."
5. Andrei Mdivani. "Ostinato". Concert Piece for large symphony orchestra.
6. Jury Semenyako. Svetlana Aria from the opera "Prickly Rose".
7. Sergei Cortez. Overture to the Spanish comedy.
8. Eugene Glebov. Adagio Rose and the Little Prince from the Ballet "The Little Prince".
9. Anatoly Bogatyrev. Waltz from the music to the drama by M. Lermontov "Masquerade".
CD2.
10. Andrei Mdivani. Symphony number 6 "Polotsk letters." Part 1. "Faces."
11. Vladimir grandmother. Symphony number 1, part 2.
12. Part 3.
13. Galina Gorelova. Concerto for Oboe and String Orchestra. Part 3, "quips."
14. Eugene Poplawski. "Dea Luna".
15. Vyacheslav Kuznetsov. Adagio from an imaginary ballet.
16. Igor Luchenok. Ave Maria.
17. Vladimir Soltan. Concert Waltz for large symphony orchestra.
Duration: 2:14:27
 
Performed by
the State Symphony Orchestra of Radio and Television of Russia. Soloists: Gregory Hunanyan, violin (1) Les Lute, soprano (6.16), Andrey Tkachev, oboe (13). Conductor: Mikhail Snitko. State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Belarus. Conductor: Mikhail Snitko. Recorded in 2002.





I have this CD, bought it in Minsk. Number 11 is not Vladimir Grandmother - looks like google translate has translated his surname which is Babkov!

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« Reply #22 on: July 15, 2013, 04:56:50 pm »

Found this at
http://intoclassics.net/news/2010-09-05-18379

unfortunately the links no longer work..

Anthology of Belarusian Classical music (2 CD)
CD1.
1. Oleg Hodosko. Symphony № 4 "White Russia"
2. Viktor Voytik. Symphonic Suite "Fun." Part number 3 "Round Dance".
3. Part number 4. "Kolyadniki."
4. Dmitry Smolskiy. "Symphonic Variations."
5. Andrei Mdivani. "Ostinato". Concert Piece for large symphony orchestra.
6. Jury Semenyako. Svetlana Aria from the opera "Prickly Rose".
7. Sergei Cortez. Overture to the Spanish comedy.
8. Eugene Glebov. Adagio Rose and the Little Prince from the Ballet "The Little Prince".
9. Anatoly Bogatyrev. Waltz from the music to the drama by M. Lermontov "Masquerade".
CD2.
10. Andrei Mdivani. Symphony number 6 "Polotsk letters." Part 1. "Faces."
11. Vladimir grandmother. Symphony number 1, part 2.
12. Part 3.
13. Galina Gorelova. Concerto for Oboe and String Orchestra. Part 3, "quips."
14. Eugene Poplawski. "Dea Luna".
15. Vyacheslav Kuznetsov. Adagio from an imaginary ballet.
16. Igor Luchenok. Ave Maria.
17. Vladimir Soltan. Concert Waltz for large symphony orchestra.
Duration: 2:14:27
 
Performed by
the State Symphony Orchestra of Radio and Television of Russia. Soloists: Gregory Hunanyan, violin (1) Les Lute, soprano (6.16), Andrey Tkachev, oboe (13). Conductor: Mikhail Snitko. State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Belarus. Conductor: Mikhail Snitko. Recorded in 2002.





I have this CD, bought it in Minsk. Number 11 is not Vladimir Grandmother - looks like google translate has translated his surname which is Babkov!



so much for translations..It even translates Bogoslovsky to Theology as it does here:
http://intoclassics.net/news/2009-11-01-10447

Is Minsk in Bylorussia?
If so, there is this also gifted composer.

Abeliovich, Lew (1912 1985 ) - Aria for Violin and Orchestra       
Minsk Chamber Orchestra
http://classical-music-online.net/en/production/38218

Abeliovich, Lew (1912 1985) - Symphony No.3   
Unknown performer
http://classical-music-online.net/en/production/45982

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« Reply #23 on: July 16, 2013, 01:09:20 am »

Yes, Minsk is the capital of BELARUS (one day this forum will get the name right....!  Smiley )
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« Reply #24 on: July 16, 2013, 04:29:59 am »

Yes, Minsk is the capital of BELARUS (one day this forum will get the name right....!  Smiley )
don't expect much..America is in a very rapid decline intellectually..
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« Reply #25 on: July 16, 2013, 04:47:19 am »

Yes, Minsk is the capital of BELARUS (one day this forum will get the name right....!  Smiley )
don't expect much..America is in a very rapid decline intellectually..

Sad but very true Sad
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« Reply #26 on: July 16, 2013, 10:10:01 am »

I totally disagree!  Never liked lazy European reflex of America-bashing, it's just too easy.  Most ideas and inventions which power this world are American, and hurray to that.

Anyway, back to Belarus....!
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« Reply #27 on: July 27, 2013, 03:32:34 am »

I totally disagree!  Never liked lazy European reflex of America-bashing, it's just too easy.  Most ideas and inventions which power this world are American, and hurray to that.

Anyway, back to Belarus....!
America was....our colleges are now the habitat of narcissistic drones, not intellectuals.
Now back to Belarus
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« Reply #28 on: December 16, 2013, 05:02:41 pm »

Here is some info about Bogatyrev  (Wiki):


Anatoly Bogatyrev

Anatoly Vasilyevich Bogatyrev (Belarusian: Анатоль Васільевіч Багатыроў; August 13 [O.S. July 31] 1913 2003) was a Belarusian composer and music teacher, seen as one of the leaders of the national school of Belarusian music.

Bogatyrev was born in Vitebsk, the son of a language teacher. He studied at the Vitebsk Music School, the Minsk School of Music, and the Conservatory of Belarus where he was taught composition by Vasily Zolotarev, a pupil of Rimsky-Korsakov.  He came to prominence while still in his twenties, being appointed chairman of the board of the Belarusian Union of Composers in 1938, and receiving the Stalin Prize in 1941. In 1948 he began teaching composition at the National Conservatory, Minsk, where he later became a deputy director.  He joined the CPSU in 1954, and was made a People's Artist of the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1968. Bogatyrev died in 2003.




Selected works

Stage
In the Forests of Polesie, opera (28 August 1939, Minsk). After Yakub Kolas' "The Swamp".
Incidental music to Romashov's The Undimmed Stars (1941).
Nadezhda Durova, opera (22 December 1956, Minsk).
Incidental music to Lermontov's Masquerade.[3][5][6][7]


Vocal and choral
Poem on the Tale of a Bear, for solo voices, chorus, and orchestra (1937). After Pushkin's "Tale of the Female Bear".
The People of Leningrad, cantata (1941).
To the Belarusian Partisans, cantata (1943).
Belarus, cantata (1949).
Belarusian Songs, cantata (1967). Words: traditional and by Nil Gilevich.[3][4][7][8]

Orchestral
Symphony no. 1 (1946).
Symphony no. 2 (1947).
Concerto for Cello (1962).
Concerto for Double Bass (1964).
Chamber music[edit]Trio for violin, cello and piano (1935).
String Quartet (1941).
Variations and Suite on Byron's Manfred, for piano.



I'll post his Symphony No 1 shortly... interesting that an indirect student of Rimsky-Korsakov died as recently as 2003. 
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« Reply #29 on: January 17, 2014, 03:28:24 am »

this may be useful for Belorussian enthusiasts:

http://classical-music-online.net/stat/?person_type=composer&type=country_persons&country=BLR
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