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« on: May 31, 2013, 06:12:53 pm »

@dhibbard:

Thanks for the Maiboroda symphonies - a recording of his violin concerto (1977) would be welcome too!
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« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2013, 10:39:02 pm »

ahhh.. changed plans... thought I would get some of the more important Ukrainian Soviet composers up on the download section.
there is really great symphonic works out there by Shtogarenko, Kolessa, Dankevich, Dominchen, Gubarenko, Kos Anatolsky, Lyatoshinksy (on Russian CD),   Lyudkevich,  Maiboroda, Nakhabin, Revutsky, Shamo,  Stankovich (on CD now naxos).

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« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2013, 03:35:20 am »

I think I am speaking for all of us when I say we are definitely enjoying this. Christmas came early this year. Many thanks for all your uploads.
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« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2013, 05:06:07 am »

Sure.... its no fun having all of the music and no one listening to it... I've enjoyed it and as you can see I collect rare LPs and rare Soviet composers on Melodiya.   Thanks for the note !!
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« Reply #4 on: June 02, 2013, 08:11:21 am »

I think I am speaking for all of us when I say we are definitely enjoying this. Christmas came early this year. Many thanks for all your uploads.

Same here! A treat to be sure. Remarkable that so much wonderful music is unknown.
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« Reply #5 on: June 07, 2013, 04:28:41 am »

Does anyone have Lyudkevich's Moisei - sym poem?

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« Reply #6 on: June 15, 2013, 03:29:55 am »

I think I am speaking for all of us when I say we are definitely enjoying this. Christmas came early this year. Many thanks for all your uploads.
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I second this - Dave thank you so much for all this Ukrainian music, I am really looking forward to working my way through it!  I'm sorry for my silence - I have been moving house these past few weeks, exhausting! So therefore a nice surprise to log back on after a long gap and find a wealth of new (to me) music.  And Dave, forgive the direct question, but I was wondering if it was on your list to upload the (Belarusian) Zolotarev LPs which you mentioned?  I just find myself really curious about this composer!
 I have got 3 classical music specialist shops in London searching for them on my behalf, but no luck so far!
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« Reply #7 on: June 23, 2013, 06:31:11 am »

Andrei Shtoharenko

Symphony No. 3 "Memory of a Friend" for String Orchestra (1966)
I. Allegro moderato II. Andante doloroso III. Allegro con brio
Kiev Chamber Orchestra, A. Sharoev


http://www.mediafire.com/download/4xqog80s7282tee/ShtoharenkoS3.m4a

this is listed as Sym No 2 in D major for String Orchestra Kiev Chamber Orchestra  Sharoyev, conductor
in the Bennett guide.

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« Reply #8 on: June 23, 2013, 09:01:28 am »

Holger explained this to me as follows

'His Symphony No. 1 is "My Ukraine", but when he composed it he first called it "Symphony-Cantata" only. He even received a Stalin prize for this piece as I remember. However, for years, he did not count it as part of his official symphonic cycle.

Some years later, he composed an orchestral work in four movements which he called "Symphonic Tales". It was recorded on a Melodiya LP. However, it seems that at the end of the 1950s or so, he suddenly decided to call this piece "Symphony No. 1".

The String Symphony which came afterwards was then No. 2, the Kiev Symphony from 1972 No. 3 and so on.

However, as he got older, he finally decided to include "My Ukraine" in his cycle of numbered symphonies and counted it as No. 1 according to the chronology. Therefore, the number of all his other symphonies increased by 1.

Clearly, all this lead to an enormous chaos. So in fact, all his symphonies but No. 5 have been recorded on Melodiya LPs, but "My Ukraine" still doesn't have a number on the LP, the Kiev one is called No. 3 and the strings one No. 2. Moreover, the final No. 2 (the Fairy Tales Symphony) isn't even labled "symphony" on the Melodiya it was recorded on!'

No. 1 - My Ukraine
No. 2 - Fairy Tales (formerly "Symphony Tales" only)
No. 3 - To the Memory of a Friend, for Strings
No. 4 - Kiev
No. 5 - Komsomol
No. 6 - Biographical
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« Reply #9 on: June 23, 2013, 04:41:35 pm »

Does anyone have Kos-Anatolsky's Wing of Jay- ballet suite? 

I'm still in Tallin and hope to cross over to St. Petersburg and go to the offices of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic SO.   
One of my friends there said at one time they had fresh recordings of the Zolotarev symphonies cycle, prob. recorded in 2002.

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« Reply #10 on: June 28, 2013, 02:42:31 am »

Does anyone have Kos-Anatolsky's Wing of Jay- ballet suite? 

I'm still in Tallin and hope to cross over to St. Petersburg and go to the offices of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic SO.   
One of my friends there said at one time they had fresh recordings of the Zolotarev symphonies cycle, prob. recorded in 2002.

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darn... no such luck...they only produced less than a hundred of that series....

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« Reply #11 on: June 28, 2013, 04:44:49 pm »

Does anyone have Kos-Anatolsky's Wing of Jay- ballet suite? 

I'm still in Tallin and hope to cross over to St. Petersburg and go to the offices of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic SO.   
One of my friends there said at one time they had fresh recordings of the Zolotarev symphonies cycle, prob. recorded in 2002.

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darn... no such luck...they only produced less than a hundred of that series....

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Oh what a shame!  Did you get any details in terms of conductor name, orchestra name, catalogue number? I can search in Russian if so, as well as ask around my musical contacts in Moscow...
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« Reply #12 on: June 28, 2013, 08:01:02 pm »

Does anyone have Kos-Anatolsky's Wing of Jay- ballet suite? 

I'm still in Tallin and hope to cross over to St. Petersburg and go to the offices of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic SO.   
One of my friends there said at one time they had fresh recordings of the Zolotarev symphonies cycle, prob. recorded in 2002.

Dave


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darn... no such luck...they only produced less than a hundred of that series....

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Oh what a shame!  Did you get any details in terms of conductor name, orchestra name, catalogue number? I can search in Russian if so, as well as ask around my musical contacts in Moscow...


No.. sorry Chris... didn't think about that when I was there.   Its possible that someone in St. Petersburg might put them on ebay in the future?  idk.
I talked with the owner of Toccata Records btw and he indicated that the Zolotarev symphonies were also on his hit list.

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« Reply #13 on: June 28, 2013, 08:03:36 pm »

Does anyone have Kos-Anatolsky's Wing of Jay- ballet suite? 

I'm still in Tallin and hope to cross over to St. Petersburg and go to the offices of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic SO.   
One of my friends there said at one time they had fresh recordings of the Zolotarev symphonies cycle, prob. recorded in 2002.

Dave


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darn... no such luck...they only produced less than a hundred of that series....

sent from my can't-tell-you   

Oh what a shame!  Did you get any details in terms of conductor name, orchestra name, catalogue number? I can search in Russian if so, as well as ask around my musical contacts in Moscow...


No.. sorry Chris... didn't think about that when I was there.   Its possible that someone in St. Petersburg might put them on ebay in the future?  idk.
I talked with the owner of Toccata Records btw and he indicated that the Zolotarev symphonies were also on his hit list.

Dave

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forgot to mention that the scores are all in the Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music in Riga... I saw them there.

Dave

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« Reply #14 on: July 01, 2013, 07:45:47 pm »

Does anyone have Kos-Anatolsky's Wing of Jay- ballet suite? 

I'm still in Tallin and hope to cross over to St. Petersburg and go to the offices of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic SO.   
One of my friends there said at one time they had fresh recordings of the Zolotarev symphonies cycle, prob. recorded in 2002.

Dave


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darn... no such luck...they only produced less than a hundred of that series....

sent from my can't-tell-you   

Oh what a shame!  Did you get any details in terms of conductor name, orchestra name, catalogue number? I can search in Russian if so, as well as ask around my musical contacts in Moscow...


No.. sorry Chris... didn't think about that when I was there.   Its possible that someone in St. Petersburg might put them on ebay in the future?  idk.
I talked with the owner of Toccata Records btw and he indicated that the Zolotarev symphonies were also on his hit list.

Dave

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They're all on his hitlist with a view to re-releasing them under the Toccata label, or as private interest?
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