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Title: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Holger on August 14, 2012, 12:41:29 pm
A few weeks ago I was about to share some music by Nikolai Rakov. Then, however, the discussions regarding the future of the Unsung Composers forum started, and as a result, I postponed the uploads. Now, I think the time to share the music has finally come. So here you are:

Nikolai Rakov (1908–1990)

Symphony No. 1 in D Major (1940, rev. 1958)
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Nikolai Rakov
http://www.mediafire.com/?v6bp9k35udrms1f (http://www.mediafire.com/?v6bp9k35udrms1f)

Symphony No. 2 in F Major "Youth" (1957)
USSR Large Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra / Nikolai Rakov
http://www.mediafire.com/?t473r904cda6tyc (http://www.mediafire.com/?t473r904cda6tyc)

Both come from Melodiya LPs.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Schuylkill on August 16, 2012, 04:32:06 pm
Igor Markevitch. Or maybe French? The Cantique is from a 1970s broadcast, soupy sound befitting the soupy music.

http://www.mediafire.com/?bfzm3hpcbbxvc36 (http://www.mediafire.com/?bfzm3hpcbbxvc36)
Suite from "L'Envol d'Icare" [1932]   Belgian National O/Igor Markevitch [HMV DB 5069/71]

http://www.mediafire.com/?aa7na2xggl9ca3e (http://www.mediafire.com/?aa7na2xggl9ca3e)
Suite from "Le Nouvel Age" [1938]   Belgian National O/Igor Markevitch [HMV DB 5072/74]   

http://www.mediafire.com/?up7co8baplc6u0k (http://www.mediafire.com/?up7co8baplc6u0k)
Cantique d'Amour  [1936]   Belgian National Orchestra/Igor Markevitch


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Holger on August 18, 2012, 12:46:30 pm
A selection of works I previously posted at another place, Part I:

Sergei Vasilenko (1872–1956)

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in F Sharp Minor, Op. 128 (1949)
Yakov Zak, Piano / USSR Large Radio and TV SO / Sergei Vasilenko
http://www.mediafire.com/?i6rqhmvd7s3vfoz (http://www.mediafire.com/?i6rqhmvd7s3vfoz)

Concerto for Balalaika and Orchestra in C Major, Op. 63 (1929)
Pavel Necheporenko, Balalaika / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Gennady Rozhdestvensky
http://www.mediafire.com/?v49bzrbvx7lre22 (http://www.mediafire.com/?v49bzrbvx7lre22)

"In Springtime", Suite for Flute and Small Orchestra Op. 138 (1954)
Alexander Korneyev, Flute / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra / Nikolai Anosov
http://www.mediafire.com/?k0dvokmjoldp33u (http://www.mediafire.com/?k0dvokmjoldp33u)

"The Soviet East", Suite for Orchestra Op. 75 (1932)
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra / Algis Žiūraitis
http://www.mediafire.com/?cx3ds18uvrn1i46 (http://www.mediafire.com/?cx3ds18uvrn1i46)

All taken from LPs.

Vasilenko belonged to the oldest generation of Soviet composers, he could be compared to Glière. His output is large but few of his works have been recorded. I would really be interested in hearing other symphonies than his Third but there is probably no chance. Altogether, that's colourful music which is still much rooted in romanticism, nicely worked out and often with folk music influences.

Evgeny Brusilovsky (1905–1981)
"Lonely Birch", Lyric Poem for Orchestra (1942)
State SO of Kazakh SSR / Fuat Mansurov
http://www.mediafire.com/?198cdw7cywrj7vx (http://www.mediafire.com/?198cdw7cywrj7vx)

Taken from LP.

Brusilovsky spent a large part of his life in Kazakhstan where he played a major role in educating young composers. His "Lonely Birch" Symphonic Poem, also known as "Zhalgyz Nain" (or "Zhalgyz Kain"), for which "Lonely Birch" just seems to be the translation, is an early example of incorporating Kazakh Folk Music. This is a colourful piece full of autumnal beauty.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Holger on August 18, 2012, 12:52:19 pm
Part II:

Nikolai Peiko (1916–1995)

Symphony No. 4 in B Minor (1963–65)
USSR Large Radio and TV SO / Konstantin Ivanov
http://www.mediafire.com/?5vyn8zndzypb5d4

Symphony No. 7 in A Minor for Folk Orchestra (1977)
Radio and TV Folk Orchestra of the USSR / Sergei Kolobkov
http://www.mediafire.com/?67cgysii6x91w27

Both taken from LP.

These two symphonies belonged to the first rare Soviet symphonies I got to know, and I still think this is very fine music, no wonder it aroused my interest to go further. The Fourth is a very well-organized piece which makes much out of the motto theme which is heard at the beginning, a gloomy work with a grotesque middle movement. The Seventh is a piece for Russian folk orchestra, full of wit and with a certain laconic manner which is typical of Peiko.

Shirvani Chalayev (* 1936)
Symphony No. 1 in C Minor "Mountains and Men" (1966)
USSR Large Radio and TV SO / Veronika Dudarova
http://www.mediafire.com/?h8xwfjj51ws85t2

Taken from Melodiya LP.

Dagestani composer. Unlike its title might suggest, this symphony is quite a dark piece. It does depict nature and its relationship to man, but already the first movement is called "Drama", and the symphony ends with a plaint.

Çary Nurymow (Chary Nurymov, 1941–1993)
Symphony No. 2 (1984)
USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra / Gennady Rozhdestvensky
http://www.mediafire.com/?ay7mqpa7lm90zt9

Taken from LP.

One of my favourite Soviet symphonies. For me, there is something very special in the long, plaintive lines of this piece - maybe a note of the hot and dry Turkmen desert wind about which Nurymow even composed a ballet.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on August 22, 2012, 05:52:05 pm
GRIGOR AKHINYAN (1926-1991)


Symphony No.1 (1969)
Raphael Mangasaryan,
Armenian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?k2k0umvcs66ekkb (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?k2k0umvcs66ekkb)

MELODIYA S10-07549-50 (LP) (1976)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on August 23, 2012, 04:15:38 am
YEFIM ADLER (1937-)


Symphony No.2 "Play of Timbres" (1972)
Yuri Silantyev,
USSR TV and Radio Estrada Orchestra

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?nphodw4lu7b9a8k (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?nphodw4lu7b9a8k)

MELODIYA S10-06455 (LP) (1973)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest54 on August 25, 2012, 01:37:53 pm
Vladimir Vladimirovich Shcherbachov (1887 to 1952) - his Nonet for flute, harp, pianoforte, string quartet., female voice, and mime-dancer (textless, 1919):

    http://www.mediafire.com/?qzszop51f15xqwc (http://www.mediafire.com/?qzszop51f15xqwc)

It comes from a Swedish broadcast of a public concert given in Estonia (so in the announcement we hear Swedish over Estonian). Duration thirty-two minutes.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Elroel on August 28, 2012, 10:05:37 am
Nikita Bogoslovky - Symphonies Nºs 6 and 7
(1913-2004)

Symphony Nº 6, in E flat major (1982)
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?c31e0ycqpcyq1vu (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?c31e0ycqpcyq1vu)

Symphony Nº 7, in C major (1984)
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?itf0239ky42ri31 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?itf0239ky42ri31)

The performers:
The USSR TV and Radio Variety and Symphony Orchestra
Alexander Petukhov, conductor

Scan of the sleeve (backside):
http://www.mediafire.com/view/?ghhb8yhhf1hfosn (http://www.mediafire.com/view/?ghhb8yhhf1hfosn)

From lp Melodiya C10 23393 009  (1984)

I could not find a cd recording


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: shamus on September 06, 2012, 12:04:04 am
Russian music replacements from UC.


http://www.mediafire.com/?tq1cab21x7x6c (http://www.mediafire.com/?tq1cab21x7x6c)

Lydia Auster
  Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in G major
    1. Maestoso  2. Andante  3. Allegro risoluto
       Heljo Sepp, Piano, Estonian RSO, Neeme Yarvi (Melodiya 020577-78)

Zara Levina
  Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in A Major
    1. Allegro  2. Andante  3. Allegro
       Leonid Brumberg, Piano, Great S O Moscow RTV, V. Kin  (Melodiya 10--38009-12)

Dilorom Saidaminova:
  Symphonic Poem
  Suite from the Ballet "Fiery Stone"
    1. Dance of Aigul  2. Dance of peacocks  3. The caravan  4. Tone picture
        Uzbek SSR SO, Z. Khaknazarov  (Melodiya C 10--06949-50)

Galina Ustvolskaya
  Nursery Suite
       Leningrad Phil Soc. SO, Evgeny Mravinsky (Melodiya D-04430)
  Lights in the Steppe
       Leningrad Phil Soc SO, A. Yansons (Melodiya D 010305--06)

Valentina Zhubinskaya
  Piano Concerto d minor
    1. Maestoso 2. Andante  3. Allegro
      ?Composer at piano, Bolshoi SO, RTV, Evgeny Svetlanov (Melodiya M 10--40577-78) Nina Karnitskaya
  Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in D minor
    Beatrice Fridman, Piano, North Ossetian SO, P. Yadykh (LP Melodiya 10" D 6971-72)
Samben Gonchiksumla
  Symphony NO. 2 d minor, op. 23
    Bolshoi SO Central RTV, Vladimir Esinov (LP Melodiya C10-0987-48)

Samben Gonchiksumla
  Symphony No. 1 a minor, Op. 21,
    Bolshoi S O, Vladimir Esipov (LP Melodiya C10-09845-46)

 Arthur Vincent Lourie (1892-1966)
  Concerto Spirituale for Piano, Chorus, Winds, Percussion and Organ (1929)
    Viktoria Postnikova, Piano Deutsches SO and Chorus, Berlin, Gennady Rozhdestvensky





Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on September 17, 2012, 03:57:35 am
Vyacheslav Aleksandrovich Ovchinnikov (1936-)


Orchestral Works

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?kgd6mdmq3crbm85 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?kgd6mdmq3crbm85)

(http://www.mediafire.com/conv/b31de7b0d2552a6834291882fd809f3fdc384dd817995bb2d5b8707e4892e74e6g.jpg) (http://www.mediafire.com/view/?ir7j5nk2l0zskcg)


Title: Nikolai Kryukov (1908-1961)
Post by: guest224 on September 19, 2012, 01:16:55 pm
Nikolai Kryukov (1908-1961)
In 1950, Kryukov wrote a new soundtrack for the 1925 Eisenstein classic movie "Battleship Potemkin".  The original score was written by Edmund Meisel (1894-1930, from Austria).  Kryukov wrote a lot of music to other Soviet films - if you speak Russian you can see a list here - http://www.kino-teatr.ru/kino/composer/sov/21428/works/ (http://www.kino-teatr.ru/kino/composer/sov/21428/works/)

His music to Battleship Potemkin is very stirring and almost in the form of a 4-part symphony, I have uploaded it here:

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/nikolai-kryukov-(1908-1961-russiaussr)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/nikolai-kryukov-(1908-1961-russiaussr)/)

The quality is so-so - I recorded it more than 10 years ago by connecting my cassette player to my VHS player!  So if anyone has a better version, please let me know!

I hope you enjoy!


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on September 22, 2012, 03:42:41 am
IGOR SHAMO (1925-1982, UKRAINE)


Symphony No.3 for String Orchestra (1975) + Flute Concerto
Zakhary Kozharsky,
Ukrainian Chamber Orchestra

MELODIYA S10 07907-8 (1976)

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?bf57ct2ncpie176 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?bf57ct2ncpie176)



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: MVS on September 24, 2012, 09:26:58 pm

Arthur Lourié:  Sinfonia Dialectica (1930)
Cleveland Orchestra/Dohnanyi  (...personal recording of  the radio broadcast of one of the three performances given in late September and early October 1989)

http://www.mediafire.com/?jx0bgkqic7x4oza
 (http://www.mediafire.com/?jx0bgkqic7x4oza)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on October 03, 2012, 02:48:49 am
STANISLAV LYUDKEVICH (1879-1979, UKRAINE)


"The Caucasus," Symphony-Cantata (1912),
Mykola Kolessa,
"Tremblita" Ukrainia Chorus,
Lvov Philharmonic Orchestra
MELODIYA D 011719-20 (LP) (1963)

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?kkx2a39hm29l37r (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?kkx2a39hm29l37r)


(http://www.mediafire.com/conv/59f37c821e2b9daa9d2e22c35e9006376f74ea2521052c7711823322e70f89816g.jpg) (http://www.mediafire.com/view/?rfp66e2kz9kz8wy)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: fr8nks on October 04, 2012, 07:23:07 pm
Sergei Slonimsky  (b.1932)

Spring Concerto for Violin and Orchestra  (1983)
1. Allegro capriccioso
2. Romanza. Andantino
3. Vivace ben ritmato

ASO Petersburg Philharmonic
Fuat Mansurov, Conductor
Michael Gantvarg, Violin

Downloaded from Russian Website: http://muzofon.com/search/

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?dfayzp3xqpkdp83


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: cjvinthechair on October 09, 2012, 03:47:59 pm
Kaspersky decided to deny me access to 'muzopen', reason given 'malicious link'.

Don't know the site, which is why I was going to have a look at it, but wondered how everyone else has got on with it: is K'sky just being over-protective ?
              Thanks.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Elroel on October 14, 2012, 12:49:32 am
Clive,

Tried to contact this site. My virusscanner  (Avast) has no problem with it so far.
But if the site is interesting? I doubt it!


Elroel



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on October 23, 2012, 12:54:57 am
GEORGI NYAGA (1922-2003)


Symphony No.2 in C Major, Op.8
Moldavian State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra,
T.Gurtovo

MELODIYA D 021357-8 (LP) (1968)


http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?dvrtkvm7ul1izz2 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?dvrtkvm7ul1izz2)

(http://www.mediafire.com/conv/b5986837ebea5062b24ef47189c2beb6cfda7054928a97e1b17aeba3530a054a6g.jpg) (http://www.mediafire.com/view/?3mpitolwwtd1tv4)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on October 30, 2012, 04:13:31 am
Napravnik, Eduard (1839-1916)

Minin's aria, from opera "The Nizhny-Novgorodians" ("Nizhegorodtsy" in Russian)
Alexander Pirogov (bass), GABT Orchestra, conducted by A.Orlov (recorded 1937, Melodia)


"Kuratova" from opera "The Nizhny-Novgorodians"
Dmitry Smirnov, (tenor, 1882-1944)
from Melodia

Fandango (this was written by Napravnik as an insert piece into Minkus's ballet "Don Quixote)
Bolshoi Symphonic Orchestra of the All-Union Radio Committee, A. Orlov (Melodia, recorded 1946)

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/eduard-napravnik-(1839-1916-russia-czech)-mazurka/msg451/#msg451 (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/eduard-napravnik-(1839-1916-russia-czech)-mazurka/msg451/#msg451)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Dundonnell on November 01, 2012, 02:11:59 pm
Sergei Slonimsky:

Symphony No.32(2011)


http://www.mediafire.com/?y2ig8e07g8gi3f0 (http://www.mediafire.com/?y2ig8e07g8gi3f0)

The conductor is Vladimir Jurowski. I am not sure of the orchestra....perhaps you know ???

Radio Broadcast


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: sobral on November 04, 2012, 02:36:53 pm
Sergei Bortkiewicz

Russian Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra, op. 45 (2nd edition)

Olga Shadrina, Academic Symphony Orchestra "Philharmonia", Chernigiv, Mykola Sukach

http://www.mediafire.com/?59rr474dc4g4ngb (http://www.mediafire.com/?59rr474dc4g4ngb)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on November 09, 2012, 04:34:12 pm
ARIF MELIKOV (1933-)


Metamorphoses, Symphonic poem,
USSR TV and Radio Large Symphony Orchestra,
Conductor Niyazi
LP MELODIYA

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?e1andcv9dco8db9 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?e1andcv9dco8db9)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: C R Lim on November 20, 2012, 10:29:18 pm
As mentioned in another place:

Gennadiy Vasil'evich Vorob'ev (1918 - 1939) - Symphony in C minor (1937 - 1939)
 played by "Opera-Symphonic Orchestra" conducted by Vitaliy Kitayev.

Four movements complete at

http://classical-music-online.net/en/production/34538 (http://classical-music-online.net/en/production/34538)

Individual movements available at

http://umorina.info/track/%D0%92%D0%98%D0%A2%D0%90%D0%9B%D0%98%D0%99%20%D0%92%D0%9E%D0%A0%D0%9E%D0%91%D0%AC%D0%95%D0%92 (http://umorina.info/track/%D0%92%D0%98%D0%A2%D0%90%D0%9B%D0%98%D0%99%20%D0%92%D0%9E%D0%A0%D0%9E%D0%91%D0%AC%D0%95%D0%92)

Ignore the shorter tracks (3 minutes or so) as these are pop music!


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on November 22, 2012, 05:17:45 pm
VLADIMIR MAGDALITS (1951-)


Symphony for Large Orchestra "Remembrance" + Piano Concerto
Vladimir Ziva/Nizhni Novgorod Symphony Orchestra
MELODIYA R10 01285 (LP) (1992)


http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?3fhf61351840a8y (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?3fhf61351840a8y)


(http://www.mediafire.com/conv/7cc2236bf8d3a1ef0c44f62c795c8553f0490ff6f10e27cd41d68ee0b701e3b46g.jpg) (http://www.mediafire.com/view/?qo7r3xg9pohcmuf)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Elroel on November 24, 2012, 08:33:13 pm
Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov (b 1936)


Symphony Ne 1
(in e-flat minor)  (1956)
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?8i8g18i8vy7hor4 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?8i8g18i8vy7hor4)

Suite Nº 6 (1972)
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?4igj32u9bn4044i (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?4igj32u9bn4044i)

The text from the sleeve: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?e5wb6a88u0u9go5 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?e5wb6a88u0u9go5)

From lp Melodiya CM03797-8


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on November 30, 2012, 08:39:43 pm
Shtoharenko Divertimento for Flute and Chamber Orchestra in C major, Op. 45 (1967)
I. Allegro con moto
II. Andante sostenuto
III. Moderato assai, Allegro con brio
O. Kudryashov (flute), Kiev Chamber Orchestra, A. Sharoev
Melodiya LP 33D 021531-32

http://www.mediafire.com/?aat8hdo7dvpuf78


Title: Yevgeny Brusilovsky
Post by: guest145 on January 08, 2013, 06:04:01 pm
Yevgeny Brusilovsky (1905-1981)

Piano Concerto in D minor (1947)

Symphony No. 5 in D minor (1961)
    Allegro marcato
    Andantino molto cantabile
    Vivo molto marcato
    Maestoso

Symphony No. 6 in G major "Kurmangazy" (1965)
    Allegro ma non troppo
    Moderato -- Sostenuto
    Vivo duramente marcatissimo
    Vivo

  Oksana Yablonskaya, piano (in Concerto)
  Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
  Fuat Mansurov, conductor

http://www.mediafire.com/?dro3xswdx477s (http://www.mediafire.com/?dro3xswdx477s)

As promised, here are two symphonies, plus his Piano Concerto. Symphony No. 4 will follow soon. Never issued on CD, to the best of my knowledge. Information about the composer at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yevgeny_Brusilovsky (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yevgeny_Brusilovsky). Anyone have Symphonies Nos. 1, 2, 3, 7, or 8?


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on January 10, 2013, 02:52:43 am


                                http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?foza3t1dp98ajzy (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?foza3t1dp98ajzy)

(http://www.mediafire.com/conv/be2c7bbb77b6b6130c1ac38f1d4ef63ae01c28231c1ec3e4c9979c91142611ea6g.jpg) (http://www.mediafire.com/view/?4kbb3h3r504mnjp)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Dundonnell on January 16, 2013, 04:12:09 am
Alexander Lokshin(1920-87):

Symphony No.1 "Requiem" for chorus and orchestra(1957)

Performers unknown


http://www.mediafire.com/?v4raqfjf4wov4og (http://www.mediafire.com/?v4raqfjf4wov4og)

Symphony No.8 for tenor and orchestra(1973)

Performers unknown; performance 1987.


http://www.mediafire.com/?e93a13bk6pwzzn0 (http://www.mediafire.com/?e93a13bk6pwzzn0)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Dundonnell on January 16, 2013, 02:54:13 pm
Alexander Lokshin:

Symphony No.2 "Greek Epigrams" for chorus and orchestra(1962):

Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra(Arvid Jansons)


http://www.mediafire.com/?xbu0cc0313ed97d (http://www.mediafire.com/?xbu0cc0313ed97d)

Symphony No.3(1966):

Stephen Roberts(baritone) and the BBC Chorus and Symphony Orchestra(Gennady Rozhdestvensky)  (performance from 1979)


http://www.mediafire.com/?og1599ea5jxjjcc (http://www.mediafire.com/?og1599ea5jxjjcc)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: A.S on January 19, 2013, 11:57:54 pm

  1. Leonid Polovinkin (1894-1949) : “Telescope II” for large orchestra (1928)
      http://www.mediafire.com/?tbthu9mbjaowbu5 (http://www.mediafire.com/?tbthu9mbjaowbu5)

  2. Nikolai Roslavets (1881-1944) : “Komsomoliya” symphonic poem for mixed chorus and orchestra (1928)
     http://www.mediafire.com/?sq5ibxtzbnsurak (http://www.mediafire.com/?sq5ibxtzbnsurak)

  3. Aleksey Zhivotov (1904-1964) : Fragmente from Nonett Op. 2 (1928)
      http://www.mediafire.com/?aiiqzcilf211znv (http://www.mediafire.com/?aiiqzcilf211znv)
 

     Philippe Bach, cond.
     Basel Sinfonietta / Chor der Musikakademie Gnessin, Moskau
 
    (Live) 17.Oktober.2012 , Stadtcasino Basel from DRS2 (Switzerland) broadcast at 17.January.2013


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Elroel on January 20, 2013, 11:25:37 am
Sergei Slonimsky  Symphony No. 27 ("Lyrical") (Memory Myaskovsky) (2009)

Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic
Artistic Director and Chief Conductor - Yuri Simonov
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?q3l4b2dwplmouax (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?q3l4b2dwplmouax)
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?80a851b130cf9gy (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?80a851b130cf9gy)
Radio recording 2010 (Russian Radio)

ATTENTION: After downloading both files they must be renamed before un-packing.

Slonimsky-Sym27.1e  rename as Slonimsky-Sym27.part1.rar
Slonimsky-Sym27.2e  rename as Slonimsky-Sym27.part2.rar

Next step: unpack part1 only


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on February 02, 2013, 08:55:55 pm


http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?i4v6wj8aqn1v791 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?i4v6wj8aqn1v791)


(http://www.mediafire.com/conv/1503986991b7208c2fa739b79e733e68a501abf9191f0df0950c2fc819a4fba77g.jpg) (http://www.mediafire.com/view/?dnjhceeueonzok7)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: SBookman on February 04, 2013, 11:08:05 am
Gagik Gedeonovich Ovunts, b. 1930, Armenia: http://intoclassics.net/news/2013-02-04-25323


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Dundonnell on February 07, 2013, 02:34:37 am
Boris Tishchenko(1939-2010):

Sinfonia Robusta(1970):

Prague Symphony Orchestra(Peter Vronsky)


http://www.mediafire.com/?06s99vkbp93qbsd (http://www.mediafire.com/?06s99vkbp93qbsd)

Concerto for Piano, Flute and String Orchestra(1972):

Alexei Nasedkin(piano), Valentin Zverev(flute) and the Leningrad Chamber Orchestra(Edward Serov)


http://www.mediafire.com/?yiambrgy5cpnpz8 (http://www.mediafire.com/?yiambrgy5cpnpz8)

From LPs.



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on February 24, 2013, 12:34:29 am
REVAZ GABICHVADZE (1913-1999, GEORGIA)

Symphony No.3 "Rostokskaya" (1972)
Gerd Puls,
Rostok Philharmonic Symphony Orchesrtra
MELODIYA S10-06385-6 (LP) (1975)
http://www.mediafire.com/?yhf6ynm5ly32d3m (http://www.mediafire.com/?yhf6ynm5ly32d3m)


ARIF MELIKOV (b. 1913, AZERBAIJAN)

Symphony No.3 for Chamber Orchestra (1973-1975)
Alexander Korneyev,
Chamber Orchestra
MELODIYA S10-06265-6 (LP) (1975)
http://www.mediafire.com/?wgn5iywbws9i6dd (http://www.mediafire.com/?wgn5iywbws9i6dd)









Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Holger on February 24, 2013, 07:42:29 pm
A further Soviet symphony, and a very fine one indeed:

Nikolai Peiko (1916–1995)
Symphony No. 5 in A Major (1968/69)
USSR Large Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra / Nikolai Peiko
http://www.mediafire.com/?cxqebysj3ydgqsj (http://www.mediafire.com/?cxqebysj3ydgqsj)

Taken from LP.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on March 03, 2013, 07:49:34 pm
Evegny Golubev (1910-1988)


Homecoming of the Sun Oratorio,
Nam,
Malchenko,
Fedoseyev,
Central Radio and TV Orchestra and Chorus
      
Melodiya C 10 20231

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?obnaxtobbryx5a4 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?obnaxtobbryx5a4)


(http://www.mediafire.com/conv/7f7952958881b8e4cd7346299338df60208df777b8378550015be71ff993f9026g.jpg) (http://www.mediafire.com/view/?y13xk9albz693c5)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Dundonnell on April 20, 2013, 01:44:02 am
Alemdar Karamanov(1934-2007):

Symphony No.5 "Lenin" for soloists, chorus and orchestra(1957)


http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?27zjyx8l9o3cj7t (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?27zjyx8l9o3cj7t)

Symphony No.11 "For God So Loved The World"(1965):

Krasnojarsk Symphony Orchestra(Edward Gulbis)

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?tkcf9kes4u697h7 (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?tkcf9kes4u697h7)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on May 03, 2013, 07:06:09 pm
Shchedrin Piano Concerto No. 4 "Sharp Keys" (1991)
Olli Mustonen (piano), Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre, Valery Gergiev
25/12/2012 Tchaikovsky Concert Hall 80 YEARS Rodion Shchedrin

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?zom8yrb2ce9roai
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?2bopl8wwtoj1iqk


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on May 13, 2013, 05:33:58 am
http://www.mediafire.com/?jlvgruyv8c1hm51   

http://www.mediafire.com/?d0z4hve36er5rxl   

here are Dominchen Sym #1  and Tikotsky Sym #6

OK  I figured media fire out.... great tool.     So.. I'll start converting some of my rare pieces....

enjoy !!   


Evgeny Tikotsky  1893-1970
Symphony No 6 in A major, Op 65
(Grave. Allegro;  Andante; Vivace; Moderato. Allegro. Grandioso)
Belorussian State Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: V. Kataev

Klimenty Dominchen (1907 -
Symphony No 1   (Andante; Andante sostenuto; Vivace; Allegro risoluto Finale)
State Symphony Orchestra of Ukrainian Radio
V. Gnedash, conductor


Source: Melodiya LP recording


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on May 13, 2013, 06:23:34 am
http://www.mediafire.com/?wdbemdm59kk0b98

Anatoli Bogatyrev  Sym #2 in e-flat major, Op 17 


(Allegro energico;Allegretto;Lento; Finale)

State Sym Orchestra of the Belarussian SSR
Conducted by M. Nersesyan

Enjoy!!

Dave 
Source: Melodiya LP recording


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Admin on May 14, 2013, 09:36:37 am
A number of the contributions above lack a statement of the source of the recordings. Please would their respective contributors provide such a statement in each case. Many thanks!


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on June 22, 2013, 11:25:16 pm
Garsnek,A (1948-1988)


October cantata
Estonian RSO,
Matsov

MELODIYA D 20317 

http://www.mediafire.com/?3mondw51nw1s1c9 (http://www.mediafire.com/?3mondw51nw1s1c9)

(http://www.mediafire.com/convkey/2030/2erxaxnypp1vzp07g.jpg) (http://www.mediafire.com/view/?2erxaxnypp1vzp0)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on July 16, 2013, 02:49:18 pm
Yurasovsky, Aleksander Ivanovich (1890-1922) - Svengali's Monologue from Trilby

Yurasovsky, Aleksander Ivanovich (1890-1922) wrote an opera called Trilby, after George du Maurier's novel. I believe it hasn't been recorded in full, but Svengali's Monologue was recorded by Alexander Pirogov (bass) with A. Orlov conducting. Orchestra unknown. Recorded in 1946. From a Melodiya LP collection of various Pirogov recordings.

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/aleksandr-yurasovsky-(1890-1922-russia)-svengali's-monologue-from-trilby-(opera)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/aleksandr-yurasovsky-(1890-1922-russia)-svengali's-monologue-from-trilby-(opera)/)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Holger on July 31, 2013, 12:56:18 pm
Nikolai Peiko (1916–1995)
Symphony No. 6 in E Minor (1972)
USSR Large Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra / Alexander Dmitriev
http://www.mediafire.com/?rdbk8uph2xeiaw2 (http://www.mediafire.com/?rdbk8uph2xeiaw2)

This is once again taken from a Melodiya.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on July 31, 2013, 09:39:43 pm
Nikolai Peiko (1916–1995)

Concerto-Poem for Balalaika, Clarinet and Orchestra (1982)
Central TV & Radio Academic Orchestra, S. Kolobkov (cond), V. Boldyrev (balalaika)

http://www.mediafire.com/download/5hl42erfzk18yqb

Concerto Symphony (1974)
I. Lento. Allegretto II. Allegro moderato energico III. Moderato IV. Allegro
USSR Radio & TV Large SO, N. Peiko

http://www.mediafire.com/download/xry175egg67tf4d

Sinfonietta for Small Orchestra (1959)
Gnesin Academy Orchestra, O. Agarkov

http://www.mediafire.com/download/b7uivwrcgcl451b


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on August 17, 2013, 12:44:09 am
G. Sinisalo (b. 1920)
A  Kirzhi Legend, Excerpts from the ballet

Karelian TV and Radio Symphony Orchestra,
Conductor E. Chivzhel,


http://www.mediafire.com/download/62fofao2sh2i9ti/Sinisalo_A_Kirzhi_Legend_(ballet_frag).mp3


Source: Melodiya LP


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on August 17, 2013, 05:47:21 am
Anatoly Alexandrov ( 1888 - 1982)

Symphony No 1 Op 92
USSR Radio and TV Large Sym Orchestra
Igor Blazhkov, conducting


http://www.mediafire.com/download/fy70h7lvkuijajv/Alexandrov_Sym_No_1.mp3

source: Melodiya LP


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on August 31, 2013, 10:06:27 pm
Alexander Krein (1883-1951)

"Laurensia" fragments from the ballet

USSR Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra
A. Juraitis, conductor


1. Dance of the Maidens
2. Dance of Mengo and Pascuala
3. Dance of Frondoso
4. Duet Laurensia and Frondoso
5. Variations on Pascuala
6. Flamenco
7. Dance with castagnets
8. Adagio
9. Variations Laurensia


Source: Melodiya LP


http://www.mediafire.com/download/7fw5i9uwtk8we5o/Krein_Laurensia-Frags_from_the_ballet.mp3



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on September 01, 2013, 03:52:22 pm
Anatoli Alexandrov   (1888 - 1982)
Concerto Sym for Piano and Orch  Op 102
Victor Bunin piano
USSR Radio and TV Sym Orch
Conductor: E. Chivzhel

Melodiya

http://www.mediafire.com/download/8w9p2eu9scvglp1/Alexandrov_Concerto_Sym_for_Piano_and_Orch.mp3

Anatoly Nikolayevich Alexandrov (Russian: Анато́лий Никола́евич Алекса́ндров) (May 25 1888 [O.S. May 13], Moscow – April 16, 1982, Moscow) was a Russian composer of works for piano and for other instruments, and pianist. His initial works had a mystical element, but he downplayed this to better fit Socialist realism. He led a somewhat retiring life, but received several honors.

Alexandrov was the son of a Professor of Tomsk University. He attended the Moscow Conservatory (which he left in 1915), where he was a pupil of Nikolai Zhilyayev, Sergei Taneyev and Sergei Vasilenko (theory), Alexander Ilyinsky (composition) and Konstantin Igumnov (pianoforte). His early music revealed the influence of Nikolai Medtner and Alexander Scriabin. He was appointed Professor at the Moscow Conservatory in 1923.[1] Viktor Belyaev, Alexandrov's first biographer, wrote in 1926: "If Myaskovsky is a thinker, and Feinberg a psychologist, then Alexandrov is, before anything else, a poet." Alexandrov was also a strong proponent of Stanchinsky and edited much of his compositions for publication. (Wiki)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on September 01, 2013, 07:41:35 pm
C.  Nurymov (1940 - 1993)
Piano Concerto

A Bakhchiyev, piano
Moscow Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra
F. Mansurov, conductor



http://www.mediafire.com/download/zu20z5nullmn6j0/Nurymov_Piano_Concerto.mp3

Source: Melodiya



Chary Nurymov  (1940 - 1993)

Born 1940 in the collective farm named after Chkalov of Bayramali District, Mary Region of Turkmen Soviet Socialistic Republic. Died: 1 February 1993.  Education: Chary Nurymov started to practice music being in the fifth form of the musical school attached to his boarding school of Bayramali City under the direction of Olga Krivchenko. In 1955 Chary Nurymov entered the Turkmen State Musical School and completed his studies in 1959 by two specialties: an oboe class and a historical and theoretical department. While studying at this musical school he was engaged in composition under the direction of Ashir Kuliyev, he made music for piano and oboe, as well as composed romances and songs. Overture for Symphony Orchestra, performed by the orchestra of his musical school, became the resulting work of Chary Nurymov.
In 1959 Chary Nurymov entered the Gnesin Musical Pedagogic Institute in Moscow and studied in Professor Heinrich Litinsky's composition class. Other outstanding teachers, authors of different studies and textbooks, of Chary Nurymov were S. Skrebkov (music polyphony), A. Stepanov (music harmony), N. Peiko, P. Shpitalny, E. Vitachek (orchestration and instrumentation), P. Kozlov, F. Arzamanov (musical composition analysis), M. Bruk and M. Pekelis (music history).
In 1966 he became the post-graduated student of the Gnesin Musical Pedagogic Institute and graduated from it in 1970. That time Chary Nurymov was busily mastering classical forms, composing orchestral overtures, instrumental sonatas and sonatinas, music to films, songs and romances.

(Wiki)



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on September 02, 2013, 03:37:14 am
Murad Kazhlayev (b. 1931): 

Gorianka ("Daughter of the Mountains"), The First Suite from the Ballet,
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra,
Conductor Murad Kazhlayev,



Melodiya

ed: one of my favorites..sounds like a movie soundtrack.


http://www.mediafire.com/download/z5arak243w6it18/Kazhlayev_Gorianka_Suite_No_1.mp3





Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on September 02, 2013, 04:17:19 am
Karen Khachaturian (1920 – 2011)
Symphony No 1

USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra

G. Rozhdestvensky, Conductor


1.  Adagio
2.  Allegretto
3.  Andantino
4.  Agitato



Melodiya LP


http://www.mediafire.com/download/43hmcbrk13ubr5d/Karen_Khachaturian_Sym_No_1.mp3


Karen Surenovich Khachaturian (Russian: Карэн Суренович Хачатурян, Armenian: Կարեն Խաչատրյան) (Moscow, September 19, 1920 – Moscow, July 19, 2011[1]) was a Soviet and Russian composer of Armenian ethnicity and the nephew of composer Aram Khachaturian.

Khachaturian was born in Moscow, the son of Suren Khachaturian, a theatrical director. He studied under Genrikh Litinsky at the Moscow Conservatory were interrupted by a term of duty in the entertainment division of the Red Army. Resuming his studies in 1945, he worked with Dmitri Shostakovich and Nikolai Myaskovsky.

In addition to the Violin Sonata (1947), his works include a Cello Sonata (1966), a String Quartet (1969), four symphonies (1955, 1968, 1982, 1991) and a ballet, Cipollino (1973), as well as various other orchestral works and music for the theater and films.

Rhythmic drive and a careful and idiomatic use of his instrumental forces characterize his compositions.[citation needed] He adopted a primarily tonal approach to composition. His works have been recorded by artists including David Oistrakh, Jascha Heifetz, Mstislav Rostropovich, and Vladimir Yampolsky. A recording of the opening of his first symphony was played in a lecture-demonstration given at the University of Warwick during the first academic year in which it had undergraduates (1965-1966), by Geoffrey Bush.  (Wiki)




Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on September 02, 2013, 04:52:44 pm

Alexander Goedicke (1877-1957)
Symphony No 3, Op 30  (1922)
Boris Khaikin, conductor
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra

(in Russian: Symphony Orchestra of State Radio)

CCCP D4786-7 Mono




http://www.mediafire.com/download/unxzgpa8vac7rab/Goedicke_Symphony_No_3_Op_30.mp3



Alexander Fyodorovich Goedicke (Russian: Александр Фёдорович Гедике, tr. Aleksandr Fyodorovich Gedike; 4 March 1877 [O.S. 20 February] in Moscow – 9 July 1957 in Moscow) was a Russian composer and pianist.

Goedicke was a professor at Moscow Conservatory. With no formal training in composition, he studied piano at the Moscow Conservatory with Galli, Pavel Pabst and Vasily Safonov. Goedicke won the Anton Rubinstein Competition in 1900. Despite his lack of traditional guidance, his compositional efforts were rewarded when he won the Rubinstein Prize for Composition at the young age of 23. Goedicke died at the age of 80 on July 9, 1957.

Alexander Goedicke was Nikolai Medtner's first cousin.[1] Alexander's father Fyodor Goedicke, a minor composer and pianist, was Medtner's mother's brother and his first teacher.  (Wiki)


Boris Emmanuilovich Khaykin (Russian: Борис Эммануилович Хайкин; 26 October [O.S. 13 October] 1904 – May 10, 1978) was a Russian Jewish conductor who was named a People's Artist of the USSR in 1972.

Khaykin was born in Minsk, then part of the Russian Empire (and nowadays the capital of Belarus). He studied at the Moscow Conservatory under Nikolai Malko and Konstantin Saradzhev.[2] He was artistic director of the Little Leningrad Opera Theatre in 1936-43 and the principal conductor at the Kirov Theatre in 1944-53, where he conducted the première of Sergei Prokofiev's Betrothal in a Monastery on 3 November 1946. He moved to the Bolshoi Theatre in 1954. He died in Moscow.




Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on September 02, 2013, 06:27:14 pm
A. Nikolayev (1931 - )
Symphony  (no 1)

Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic Society
K. Kondrashin, conductor


1. Allegro moderato
2. Presto
3. Lento


on the Mezhdunarodnaya Kniga (MK) label
D10305-6


http://www.mediafire.com/download/vvyjyiqme1ah0q4/Nikolayev_Symphony_(No_1).mp3


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on September 02, 2013, 08:23:35 pm
A. Goedicke (1877-1957)
Horn Concerto

Estonian State Symphony Orchestra
Peeter Lilje, conductor
Kalle Kauksi, horn



http://www.mediafire.com/download/qmvcr7t2jcu671r/Goedicke_Horn_Concerto.mp3


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on September 02, 2013, 10:35:46 pm
Alexi Kozlovsky  (1905 -   )

"Tanovar"  Fragments from the Ballet


Great Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio
Conductor:  A. Kozlovsky


Melodiya LP


http://www.mediafire.com/download/lw7yfpep04q2i11/Kozlovsky_Tanovar_side_1.mp3

http://www.mediafire.com/download/54n5rg5u4aoqhk0/Kozlovsky_Tanovar_side_2.mp3


http://www.mediafire.com/download/llgxk6ld8y93oe4/Kozlovsky_Tanovar_side_3.mp3


http://www.mediafire.com/download/ung934d8avxx8k9/Kozlovsky_Tanovar_side_4.mp3



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: jowcol on October 06, 2013, 07:24:06 pm
Music of Igor Stravinsky
(http://qph.is.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-60e782dd1c60c6c82784b9675717e2e0)

From the collection of Karl Miller

These are two large collections of works by Stravinsky, totaling more than 25 CDs worth of music.


  • Stravinsky, the Man and the Music, the complete radio series.
  • Music of Stravinsky from Karl's Collection. 

I have a mediafire folder dedicated to this at:
Stravinsky Folder on Mediafire (http://www.mediafire.com/folder/4v9xs9535vfrp/Stravinsky)

To my knowledge none of these works have been made commercially available in digital form.




Stravinsky, the Man and the Music

  The first is a collection of 10 radio programs in the series Stravinsky, the Man and the Music, hosted by Jim Svedja.  It was released on 14 lps in 1977, and is now out of print.  Fred Maroth (producer of the series) sent Karl a set of the records which were distributed to the radio stations. There was a bunch of hum on the discs, both 50 and 60 cycle, plus some other noise. and Karl  spent quite some time cleaning up the programs. It is with Fred's knowledge that the series is to be shared. It was an immense amount of work for them back in the pre-digital era of  of cutting tape and fitting things into the time slots, and this is a monumental effort.

The contents of the  ten programs are as follows:

Igor Stravinsky, The Man and His Music
Program 1 : Stravinsky the Man

Commentary
Fireworks
   Moscow State Philharmonic/composer
   [October 1962]


Commentary
Violin Concerto;
   Heinz Stanske, violin
    SWDR/composer [1955]


Commentary
Symphony of Psalms;
   Tel-Aviv Chamber Choir
   Kol Israel Symphony Orchestra/composer [1962]


Commentary



Igor Stravinsky, The Man and His Music
Program 2: The character of the music


Commentary
4 Etudes for Orchestra;

SWDR/composer
[22 April 1955]


Commentary
Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra;
Maria Bergman, piano; SWDR/composer [21 May 1954]

Commentary
Apollo;

West German Radio/composer [7 October 1951]
Commentary




Igor Stravinsky, The Man and His Music
Program 3: The Swiss Years


Commentary
Histoire du Soldat, Suite

Emil Godeau, cl.; Dherin, bsn.; Foveau, trpt.; Raphaël Delbos, trmb.; Marcel Darrieux, vln.; M. Boussagol, db.; Jean-Paul Morel, perc. /Composer [6/7 May 1932]
Columbia 68123/5 Set 184


Commentary
Ragtime

Lucien Lavailotte, fl.; Emil Godeau, cl.; Deveny, hrn.; Eugene Foveau, trpt.; Roger Tudesq, trmb.; Roland Charmy, Henri Volant, vlns.; Eugene Ginot, vla.; Justi, db.;  Aladár Rácz, cimbalom /Composer [13 July 1934]
Columbia 68300D


Commentary
Les Noces (1923 Version
)
Carol Neblett, soprano; Cristina Kruscos?, mezzo’; Larry Jarvis, tenor; James Johnson, bass Gregg Smith Singers/Robert Craft

Commentary



Igor Stravinsky, The Man and His Music
Program 4: The French Years

Commentary
Octet

Marcel Moyse, fl.; Emil Godeau, cl.; Gustave Dherin, Marius Piard, bsns.; Eugène Foveau, Pierre Vignal, trps. ;  André La Fosse, Raphael Delbos, trbs. /Composer [6, 9 May 1932]
Columbia 68203/4, set X25


Commentary
Oedipus Rex

Mia Greeve, mz; Peter Pears, t; Bernard de Pauw, t;
Tony van der Heyden, b; Edouard de Decker, b; Noel Pirotte, b; Georges Génicot, n.; Choeurs des Emissions Françaises et flamandes Bruxselles

Grand Symphony Orchestra Symphonique Bruxelles/Composer [25 May 1952]

Commentary



Igor Stravinsky, The Man and His Music
Program 5: The Creative Process


Commentary
Fairy’s Kiss, Divertimento

Southwest German Radio/composer
[22 April 1955]


Commentary

Symphony in C
Southwest German Radio/Hans Rosbaud
[3 October 1958]


Commentary



Igor Stravinsky, The Man and His Music
Program 6: Stravinsky in America


Star Spangled Banner (arr.)

Commentary

Danses Concertantes

Swiss Radio Italian Service/Composer
[29 April 1954]

Commentary

Concerto for Strings “Basel”

SW German Radio/Composer
[22 April 1955]


Commentary
Mass for Mixed Chorus and double wind quintet
Ithaca College Choir; Princeton Wind Ensemble/Composer
[1966]


Commentary



Igor Stravinsky, The Man and His Music
Program 7: Stavinsky the Conductor



Commentary

Firebird Suite (1945 version)

Israel Philharmonic/Composer
[September 1962]


Commentary

Symphony of Winds

Princeton University Winds
[8 October 1966]


Commentary

Symphony in 3 Movements

Southwest German Radio/Composer
[21 May 1954]


Commentary



Igor Stravinsky, The Man and His Music
Program 8: The Serial Years

Commentary

Monumentum pro Gesualdo

South West German Radio/Hans Rosbaud
[29 April 1961]


Commentary

Septet

Ensemble/Composer
[27 January 1954]


Commentary

In memorium Dylan Thomas
Richard Robinson, tenor
Ensemble/Composer


Commentary

Agon

Southwest German Radio/Composer [19 October 1957]

Commentary



Igor Stravinsky, The Man and His Music
Program 9: Russian Retrospective


Song of the Volga Boatman (arr. by Stravinsky)
Moscow State Philharmonic/Composer

Commentary

Orpheus

Moscow State Philharmonic/Composer
[26 September 1962]


Commentary

Le Sacre du Printemps

Moscow State Philharmonic/Robert Craft
[26 September 1962]




Igor Stravinsky, The Man and His Music
Program 10: The final years


Commentary

Movements for Piano and Orchestra

Yvonne Loriod, piano Symphony Orchestra SWF/Hans Rosbaud [18 December 1961]

Commentary

Variations
New York Concert Symphony Orchestra?/Robert Craft[8 October 1966]

Commentary

Johann Sebastian Bach: Chorale Variations über Vom Himmel hoch (arr. Stravinsky)
Tel Aviv Chamber Choirs; Kol Israel Symphony Orchestra/Composer [1962]

Commentary

Hugo Wolf: Zwei geistliche Gesänge aus dem Spanischen Liederbuch (arr. Stravinsky)
Christina Krooskos, mezzo; Ensemble/Robert Craft
[6 September 1968]


Commentary

Owl and the Pussycat

Adrienne Albert, soprano; Robert Craft, piano

Commentary

Requiem Canticles
Linda Anderson, Soprano; Elaine Bonazzi, contralto; Charles Bressler, tenor; Donald Gramm, bass Ithaca College Choir; New York Concert Symphony Orchestra/Robert Craft [8 October 1966]

Commentary


Music of Igor Stravinsky:
If that is not enough, Karl has added serveral Stravinsky works from his collection.  I have gathered them into the following 4 volumes:


Music of Stravinsky Volume 1:


Petruschka (1947 Version)
[14 October 1951]

Jeu de Cartes
[21 May 1954]

Symphony in three movements
[21 May 1954]

For the previous three works , Composer as Conductor
Sinfonieorchestrer des Südwestfunks(1-8)



Von Himmel Hoch–Variations
Swedish Radio Choir

Firebird Suite
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
[19 June 1963]


Music of Igor Stravinsky Volume 2:
All conducted by Composer

Le Sacre du Printemps
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
Composer/Conductor
[24 September 1961]


Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra
(new version of 1949)
Maria Bergmann, piano
Sinfonieorchester des Südwestfunks/Composer
[21 May 1954]


Concerto for String Orchestra
Sinfonieorchester des Südwestfunks/Composer
[22 April 1955]


Fairy’s Kiss (Divertimento)
(1949 Version)
Sinfonieorchestrer des Südwestfunks/Composer
[22 April 1955]


Agon
Sinfonieorchestrer des Südwestfunks/Composer
[19 October 1957]


Music of Igor Stravinsky Volume 3: 

Apollon Musagéte
Kölner Radio Symphony Orchestra/ Conducted by Composer
[7 October 1951]


Song of the Nightingale
Sinfonieorchester des Südwestfunks/Hans Rosbaud
[19 January 1962]



Following works from an All Stravinsky Concert
[8 October 1966]
Princeton University
Symphony of Winds (1947 version)
Composer, conductor

Three Sacred Choruses
a.Pater Noster; b.Credo; c.Ave Maria
Composer, conductor


Variations for Orchestra
Robert Craft, conductor

Mass
Composer, conductor

Requiem Canticles (1st performance)
Robert Craft, conductor

New York Concert Symphony Orchestra (All but Sacred Choruses );
Ithaca College Choir (Sacred Choruses, Mass, Requiem Canticles); Linda Anderson, Soprano;


[ end of All Stravinsky Concert]
[/i]

Symphony of Wind Instruments
Kölner RSO/Composer
[8 October 1951]


Music of Igor Stravinsky Volume 4:

Commentary

Octet for Winds

NDR/?
[date unknown
]

Commentary

Symphony of Wind Instruments

Sinfonieorchestrer des Südwestfunks/Composer
[21 May 1954]


Commentary

In Memoriam Dylan Thomas

Richard Robinson, t [12 October 1958]

Commentary

Threni

Ursula Zollenkopf, ms; Jeanne Deroubaix, a; Hugues Cuenod, t; Richard Robinson, t; Robert Oliver,b; Charles Scharbach, b
[13 October 1958]


Commentary

following by NDRSO/NDR Chorus/conducted by Igor Stravinsky

Symphony of winds [/u]
13 October 1958

Commentary

“Von Himmel Hoch” Choralvariations
[12 October 1958]

Commentary









Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Sicmu on October 13, 2013, 07:46:31 pm
                                 http://www.mediafire.com/download/kq9w1kef01bb7ko/Vlasov_Asel.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/download/kq9w1kef01bb7ko/Vlasov_Asel.rar)



(http://www.mediafire.com/convkey/13f9/l39k2vc02d8i7ot7g.jpg) (http://www.mediafire.com/view/?l39k2vc02d8i7ot)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Bobyor on October 15, 2013, 10:32:48 pm
Goldenweiser, Ballade
http://www.mediafire.com/download/ckcz775ww4jjebk/Goldenweiser_-_Ballade_op.35_no.2_(J_Powell%2C_piano%2C_live).mp3
Pan Bobyorczyk, concert in Germany


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Bobyor on October 15, 2013, 10:34:02 pm
Obukhov - Revelation
http://www.mediafire.com/download/9t9yh2aa9na6a91/Obukhov_Revelation_Powell_live.wma
Powell, concert in London


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Bobyor on October 15, 2013, 10:35:16 pm
Protopopov - 3rd Sonata
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/rssy43y2ysiy82v/Protopopov_Sonata_no.3_Powell_live_at_Tate.mp3
me, concert somewhere or other ... maybe Tate Modern in Rodchenko/Popova exhibition


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Bobyor on October 15, 2013, 10:36:29 pm
Blumenfeld -- Episodes in the Life of a Dancer
http://www.mediafire.com/download/6pxe12zuf5rkb30/Blumenfeld_Episodes_op.52_Powell_live.wma
Powell, concert, rough piano though!


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: britishcomposer on December 07, 2013, 06:52:31 pm
Anton Rubinstein (1829-1894)

La Russie, morceaux symphonique (1882)


Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie
Welisar Gentscheff, cond.

Broadcast by German radio WDR 3 in the mid-90s.

https://www.mediafire.com/?nx9kkmjby6x04ro (https://www.mediafire.com/?nx9kkmjby6x04ro)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on December 11, 2013, 09:19:28 pm
VLADMIR SOKALSKY
(1863-1919, UKRAINE)

Symphony in G minor (1892)
I. Allegro
II. Presto giocoso - Scherzo
III. Andante
IV. Vivace (Kazachok)

Natan Rakhlin/Ukrainian State Symphony Orchestra
MELODIYA 33ND-03696-7 (LP) (1957)

http://www.mediafire.com/download/0kyur2cvuvfi6h2/Sokalsky.m4a


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Dundonnell on December 13, 2013, 02:13:20 am
Vladimir Yurovsky(1915-72):

Symphony No.4(1964):

Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra/Mark Paverman


(from Melodiya LP)

http://www.mediafire.com/listen/g38818r71c0wxi5/Yurovsky_Symphony_No_4.mp3 (http://www.mediafire.com/listen/g38818r71c0wxi5/Yurovsky_Symphony_No_4.mp3)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: britishcomposer on December 22, 2013, 06:28:19 pm
Reinhold Glière (1874-56)

Symphony No. 3 (Ilya Muromets) in B minor, Op. 42 (1911)


WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln
Neeme Järvi, cond.

https://www.mediafire.com/?89yfzv7138zzsi9 (https://www.mediafire.com/?89yfzv7138zzsi9)

I recorded this live-broadcast by German WDR in the late 1990s or early 2000.
I cannot establish the exact date of this concert.
There is a fade-out/-in at 45:08 because I had to turn the cassette.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Holger on December 23, 2013, 02:54:24 pm
I announced the following symphony by one of the major Turkmen composers a long time ago - actually still on UC as I have to admit, but anyway, here is what I believe to be a very fine, attractive, passionate and colourful work which proves how enjoyable conservative Soviet symphonism really can be:

Weli Muhadow (also Russian version: Veli Mukhatov, 1916–2005)
Symphony No. 2 "Heroic (To the Memory of the Heroes who Died in the Great Patriotic War)" (1980)
USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra / Gennady Rozhdestvensky
http://www.mediafire.com/download/o8xfblvjaps848a/Muhadow%20Symphony%202.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/download/o8xfblvjaps848a/Muhadow%20Symphony%202.rar)

Taken from a Melodiya LP.

I cannot resist the opportunity of pointing out that Muhadow's son Serdar (* 1945, now living in Turkey and mostly spelled Muhatov there) is also a composer whose own Symphony No. 2 has once been available on a Melodiya as well (catalogue number S10 16459). This is one of the very few Soviet symphonies on Melodiya which I don't have, alas. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Dundonnell on December 30, 2013, 06:42:50 pm
Reuploads of missing files:

Alexander Flyarovsky(1931-)

Symphonic Poem “Urildaan”:

Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra(Dmitri Kitayenko)

http://www.mediafire.com/listen/3q40qv1ne6l8cgh/Fliarkovsky_Urildaan.mp3 (http://www.mediafire.com/listen/3q40qv1ne6l8cgh/Fliarkovsky_Urildaan.mp3)

“And the World Looked At Us” for chorus and orchestra:

Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra(Dmitri Kitayenko)

http://www.mediafire.com/listen/cyhrbb42xw8z0p7/Fliarkovsky_And%20_The_World_Looked_at_Us.mp3 (http://www.mediafire.com/listen/cyhrbb42xw8z0p7/Fliarkovsky_And%20_The_World_Looked_at_Us.mp3)

“On Civil War” for chorus and orchestra:

Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra(Dmitri Kitayenko)


http://www.mediafire.com/listen/eiqqe1wf8cn152z/Fliarkovsky_On_Civil_War.mp3 (http://www.mediafire.com/listen/eiqqe1wf8cn152z/Fliarkovsky_On_Civil_War.mp3)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: jowcol on March 13, 2014, 01:15:02 am
Boris Terentiev: Symphony 1
(http://www.russian-records.com/data/samples/350/Podolsk.jpg)

I have been able to find out very little about Terentiev, other than enough to think
he was known primarily being a writer of songs.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/wet3v32a2a1c05a/Terentiev.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/download/wet3v32a2a1c05a/Terentiev.zip)

From the collection of Karl Miller

Symphony 1
Latvian State SO/Vasili Smalsky




Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: shamus on April 16, 2014, 12:43:50 am
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Live – Metropolis Festival 2014
Presented by Phillip Sametz from Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, Melbourne Recital Centre
Olli Mustonen, conductorMarko Ylönen, celloMelbourne Symphony Orchestra

Shchedrin
Music for strings, oboes, horns and celeste
https://www.mediafire.com/folder/o4ev345a441gb/shchedrin (https://www.mediafire.com/folder/o4ev345a441gb/shchedrin)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Legius on June 05, 2014, 01:24:36 am
Sergei Slonimski (1932)

(http://s26.postimg.org/xvprpeea1/Slonimsky.jpg) (http://postimage.org/)
free image upload (http://postimage.org/)

Concerto buffo for Chamber Orchestra (1964)
1.Canonical Fugue
2.Improvisation

Musici di Praga
Eduard Fischer
Supraphon Prague 1433 G, 1973


http://www.mediafire.com/download/m86deryb7sd8d3d/Slonimski_Sergei_Concerto_buffo.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/download/m86deryb7sd8d3d/Slonimski_Sergei_Concerto_buffo.rar)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Legius on June 05, 2014, 01:30:33 am
Boris Tishchenko (1939-2010)

(http://s26.postimg.org/tnuzgncuh/Tishchenko.jpg) (http://postimage.org/)
pic host (http://postimage.org/)

Symphony No.3 (1966)
1.Meditation
2.Postscriptum

Musici di Praga
Eduard Fischer
Supraphon Prague 1433 G, 1973


http://www.mediafire.com/download/mbhc5sqcxwqdoec/Tishchenko_Boris_Symphony_No._3.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/download/mbhc5sqcxwqdoec/Tishchenko_Boris_Symphony_No._3.rar)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Elroel on June 27, 2014, 09:21:00 pm
Dmitriy Kapyrin (also known as Capyrin).

Here is a link to his site http://www.capyrin.com/
Go to 'List of compositions'
Here you find a message like    Recording  (MP3 - 5,3 mb.)  

You find many mp3s for free download. Among those: Symphony nº 2, Chamber Symphony Nº 1 & 2 and many more.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Elroel on August 12, 2014, 10:01:16 pm
Lera Auerbach (b 1973) 

Requiem 'Dresden - Ode an den Frieden' (2012)
   for 2 boy sopranos, countertenor, bariton, boys choir, male choir & orchestra

The introduction (in German):
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/8xkx3vzf6ezyywf/Auerbach_-_Requiem_'Dresden,_Ode_an_den_Frieden'_-__Introduction.mp3 (http://www.mediafire.com/listen/8xkx3vzf6ezyywf/Auerbach_-_Requiem_'Dresden,_Ode_an_den_Frieden'_-__Introduction.mp3)

The Requiem:
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/d74i53e53vn9cwc/Auerbach_-_Requiem_'Dresden,_Ode_an_den_Frieden'_-_Requiem.mp3 (http://www.mediafire.com/listen/d74i53e53vn9cwc/Auerbach_-_Requiem_'Dresden,_Ode_an_den_Frieden'_-_Requiem.mp3)

Recorded from the 3td performance on Feb 13, 2012. (First performance Feb 11, 2012) in the Semperoper, Dresden

Performers:
Richard Pitsinger, boy soprano
Jack Keller, boy soprano
Mark Stone, baritone
Marten Engeltjens, counter tenor
St. Paul's Cathedral Choir (London)
St. Thomas Choir of Boys (New York)
Male Voices of the Choir of the Dresdner Staatsoper
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden
Vladimir Yurovsky, conductor

The composer's website:
http://www.leraauerbach.com/profile









Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on September 15, 2014, 06:54:56 pm
Vitali Geviksman
"Pictures of India" Symphonic Suite
Symphony Orchestra, Stasevich

http://www.mediafire.com/listen/adqxtww5qtt4s9o/GeviksmanPicturesofIndia.m4a


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Amphissa on October 07, 2014, 10:22:07 pm
Nikolai Myaskovsky
Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, op. 17

Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Valery Gergiev, conductor

Doelen Concert Hall, Rotterdam

14 September 2014

https://www.mediafire.com/?v1tp9j76mrlxnxn (https://www.mediafire.com/?v1tp9j76mrlxnxn)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on October 14, 2014, 02:16:23 am
Yuri Alexandrovich Shaporin (1887-1966)
Cantata and Oratorios (recorded from Melodiya records)

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/yuri-shaporin-(1887-1966-russiaussr)-cantata-and-oratorios/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/yuri-shaporin-(1887-1966-russiaussr)-cantata-and-oratorios/)

On Kulikovo Field - symphony-cantata, Op.14 for soloists, chorus and orchestra, op.14 (composed 1918-1939). Verses by Alexander Blok.
Recorded 1965

Track 1:

  01 Prologue (4:57)
  02. I. Dmitry Donskoy and choir (9:33)
  03. II. Bride's Cavatina (5:13)
  04. III. Choir 'At night, when Mamay lay with the horde' (10:53)
  05. IV. Arioso of Dmitry Donskoy (4:25)
  06. V. Ballad Knight 'Again with the age-old yearning' (6:34)
  07. VI. Tatar Choir 'Ages go by' (7:37)

Track 2:

  08. VII. Mother's Lullaby (11:04)
  09. VIII. Choir of messengers with the Knight (4:36)
  10. Epilogue (11:16)

M. Miglau (soprano)
L. Avdeyeva (mezzo)
V. Ivanovsky (tenor)
M. Reshetin (bass)
The USSR State Academic Russian Choir (chorusmaster - A. Sveshnikov)
USSR State SO - Evgeny Svetlanov


*****************************


How long shall the kite fly? - Oratorio for mezzo-soprano, bass, chorus and symphony orchestra. Op.20 (poems by Alexander Blok, Konstantin Simonov, M. Isakovsky) (composed 1945-1947, 1963 edition)
Recorded 1964

I. Kite (smooth and round circle ...) (5:22)
II. Petrograd sky mutilos rain (9:27)
III. Came the stern hour (3:16)
IV. Blind Man (7:26)
V. Interlude (7:44)
VI. Again there was a shepherd over the meadow tune horn ... (11:59)

Larissa Avdeeva, mezzo-soprano
Mark Reshetin, bass
Academic Russian Choir, Alexander Sveshnikov
State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR
Conductor Yevgeny Svetlanov


*****************************


The Legend of the Battle for the Russian Land - Oratorio for Soloists, Choir and Orchestra Op. 17
After words by K. Simonov, A. Surkov, M. Lozinsky and S. Severtsev
Composed in 1943/44
Recorded 1970

PART I
1.  A day in Spring
2.  Women's Lament
3.  Old man's appeal
4.  Song of Red Army Men
6.  Letter to a friend
7.  Ballad of partisans

PART II
8. On the banks of the Volga
    a) People's chorus
    b) Mother's arioso
9.  a) In the Don steppes
    b) The dawn
10. a) Old Man's appeal
    b) Eternal glory, eternal memory of fallen heroes
11. The oath
12. Return of spring

Larisa Avdeyeva (mezzo soprano)
Vladimir Ivanovsky (tenor)
Ivan Petrov (bass)
USSR State Academic Russian Choir
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Yevgeny Svetlanov



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: BrianA on November 04, 2014, 04:31:27 pm
In response to a request from member Amphissa in the "Broken Links" Topic:

Symphony No 5
 Rudolf Barshai

http://www.mediafire.com/download/6co4u94x8gk3soi/Bunin,+Revol+-+Symphony+5.rar

Symphony no 6

http://www.mediafire.com/download/tr64uhss6wfsvfc/Bunin,+Revol+-+Symphony+6.rar

Symphony No 8
Alexander Lazarev

http://www.mediafire.com/listen/d33zo1seao41ja0/01+Revol+Bunin+Symphony+No.+8+(1.+Andante+2.+Allegro+3.+Andante+4.+Allegro+molto).m4a

I apologize for the lack of information as to performers, movement headings, etc.  I THINK I actually have this information somewhere, and if I succeed in locating it I will post it later.

Enjoy!  I hold Bunin's music in great esteem.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 13, 2014, 12:56:00 am
Muradeli, Vano (1908-1970)

ვანო მურადელი

October (excerpts from the opera)

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/vano-muradeli-(1908-1970-georgia)-october-(excerpts-from-the-opera)/msg476/#msg476 (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/vano-muradeli-(1908-1970-georgia)-october-(excerpts-from-the-opera)/msg476/#msg476)

1. Introduction and Prologue
2. Chorus of the People, Song of Workers, and Sailors' Song (scene 1)
3. Meeting with V.I. Lenin (scene 1)
4. Quadrille with ditties (scene 5)
5. In Razliv (scene 6)
6. Sailors' song "In the Baltic Sea" (scene 7)
7. Scene and final chorus of sailors (scene 7)
8. Finale of the opera (scene 8)

Lenin - I.Petrov
Ivan Timofeyevich - M. Reshelin
Andrey - B. Dobrin
Soloists, Choir and Orchestra of Moscow Radio
Evgeny Svetlanov

from MELODIYA LP 01441-2


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 13, 2014, 01:47:19 am
Lütfiyar İmanov - tenor - sings arias from Azerbaijani and Russian operas

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/lutfiyar-304manov-tenor-sings-arias-from-azerbaijani-operas/msg466/#msg466 (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/lutfiyar-304manov-tenor-sings-arias-from-azerbaijani-operas/msg466/#msg466)

Amirov, Fikret (1922-1984) - Balash's Aria (from Sevil, Act II)

Glière, Reinhold (1875-1956) - Kerib's aria (from Shakh Senem, Act II)

Hacıbəyov, Üzeyir bəy Əbdülhüseyn oğlu (1885-1948) - Kor-Ogly's Aria (1) - (from Kor-Ogly, Act III)

Hacıbəyov, Üzeyir bəy Əbdülhüseyn oğlu (1885-1948) - Kor-Ogly's Aria (2) - (from Kor-Ogly, Act IV)

Mustafayev, Ramiz Haci oğlu (1926-2008) - Vagif's aria (from Vagif, Act I)

Magomayev, Muslim Mahammad oglu (1885-1937) - Aliyar's aria (from Nergiz, Act III)



Lütfiyar İmanov (tenor), F. Mustafaev (conductor)

from MELODIYA LP CM 02157-8



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 13, 2014, 02:08:17 am
Dunayevsky, Isaak Osipovich (1900-1955)

Pepita's Song and Dance, from the operetta Free Wind
S. Varguzova, Orchestra of the Moscow Operetta Theatre, E. Abusalimov
from MELODIYA LP 60-00658


Overture to the film Captain Grant's Children
Large Symphonic Orchestra of Central TV and All-Union Radio, Vladimir Kozhukhar

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-pepita's-song-and-dance-captain-grant's-/
 (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-pepita's-song-and-dance-captain-grant's-/)

These are two great concert favourites in Russia!


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 13, 2014, 02:34:01 am
Margarita Shaposhnikova - saxophonist

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/margarita-shaposhnikova-(saxophonist)-plays-khrennikovrivchunkalinkovichcyril-sc/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/margarita-shaposhnikova-(saxophonist)-plays-khrennikovrivchunkalinkovichcyril-sc/)

Khrennikov, Tikhon (1913-2007) - Serenade from Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing (arr. V. Sedov)

Rivchun, Alexandr Borisovich (1914-1974) - Concert Etude

Kalinkovich, Grigori Markovich (1917-?) - Triptych: 1. Pavane; 2. Concert Tango; 3. Tarantella

 - Margarita Shaposhnikova (saxophone), Sergei Solodovnik (piano)

Scott, Cyril Meir (1879-1970) - Lotus Land, Op.47 No.1 (arr. Margarita Shaposhnikova)  ... BEAUTIFUL!!!

 - Margarita Shaposhnikova (saxophone), Gnessin State Pedagogic Musical Chamber Orchestra, Oleg Agarkov


from MELODIYA LP "Popular Music for Saxophone" - C60-27233-002


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 14, 2014, 11:35:40 pm
Aleksandr Ognivtsev - Arias and Scenes from Operas

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/aleksandr-ognivtsev-sings-dargomyzhskycuirubinsteinrachmaninov/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/aleksandr-ognivtsev-sings-dargomyzhskycuirubinsteinrachmaninov/)

Dargomyzhsky, Alexander (1813-1869) - Claude's Aria, from Esmeralda

Cui, César (1835-1918) - Scene of Angelo and Thisbe, from Angelo *

Rubinstein, Anton (1829-1894) - Demon's Romance, from The Demon

Rachmaninov, Sergei (1873-1943) - Fate (after Beethoven's 5th Symphony)



Aleksandr Ognivtsev, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Aleksandr Lazarev

* - Glafira Koroleva, mezzo-soprano, as Thisbe


from a MELODIYA LP


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 15, 2014, 12:15:35 am
from a MELODIYA LP "Wedding Souvenirs" - СМ-10-13925-26

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/various-russian-composers-dunayevskyglazunovrubinsteinglinka/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/various-russian-composers-dunayevskyglazunovrubinsteinglinka/)

Dunayevsky, Isaak Osipovich (1900-1955) - Concert Waltz (Large Symphonic Orchestra of Central TV and All-Union Radio, Vladimir Kozhukhar)

Glazunov, Alexander (1865-1936) - Polonaise in A major, from Chopiniana (Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Algis Zhuraitis)


Rubinstein, Anton (1829-1894) - Epithalamy of Vindex, from opera Nero (Large Symphonic Orchestra of Central TV and All-Union Radio, Arvīds Jansons)


Dunayevsky, Isaak Osipovich (1900-1955) - Concert March (Large Symphonic Orchestra of Central TV and All-Union Radio, Vladimir Kozhukhar)


Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich (1804-1857) - Krakoviak, from Ivan Susanin (Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Mark Ermler)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 15, 2014, 10:13:19 pm
Alabiev, Alexandr Alexandrovich (1787-1851)

Three Tens, or New Two-Day Adventure - overture

The Magic Drum - suite from the comic ballet

Unchangeable, or New Way to Pay Debt - vaudeville overture

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/alexandr-alabiev-(1787-1851)-various/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/alexandr-alabiev-(1787-1851)-various/)

Concertino Early Music Ensemble, Andrei Korsakov

Victor Ponomarev-flute
Grigori Katz-oboe
Andrei Korsakov-1st viloin
Mikhail Moshkunov-2nd violin
Victor Kozodov-cello
Nikolai Gorbunov-double bass
Dmitri Shvedov-harpsichord
Transcriptions by V. Kozodov

from MELODIYA LP C10-28209-002


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 15, 2014, 10:25:13 pm
Fomin, Yevstignei Ipatyevich (1761-1800)

The Americans, comic opera

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/yevstignei-fomin-(1761-1800-russia)-the-americans-(opera)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/yevstignei-fomin-(1761-1800-russia)-the-americans-(opera)/)

libretto-I.Krylov
Don Gusman-Lev Kuznetsov
Doña Elvira-Ludmila Sergienko
Atzem-Vladislav Verestnikov
Tzimara-Lydia Kovaleva
Soreta-Ludmila Nam
Folet-Georgi Seleznev
Ferdinand-Radi Afanasiev

The USSR Russian Chorus
chorusmaster-Igor Agafonnikov
USSR Bolshoi Theatre Chamber Orchestra
Leader-Viktor Vlasov
conductor-Vladimir Andropov

from MELODIYA LP С10 28271-8


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 15, 2014, 10:30:41 pm
Fomin, Yevstignei Ipatyevich (1761-1800)

Orpheus - a musical tragedy and melodrama

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/yevstignei-fomin-(1761-1800-russia)-orpheus-(opera)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/yevstignei-fomin-(1761-1800-russia)-orpheus-(opera)/)

libretto-Ya.Knyazhnin, edited B.Dobrokhotov

Vitaly Konyaev - Orpheus
Nina Drobysheva - Eurydice
The Chapel Choir of the Russian Republic
chorusmaster-A.Yurlov
Bolshoi Symphonic Orchestra of All-Union Radio, V. Esipov

from MELODIYA LP C10-08765-8


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 15, 2014, 10:34:04 pm
Fomin, Yevstignei Ipatyevich (1761-1800)

Orpheus Suite:  1. Overture; 2. Adagio; 3. Furies' Dance

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/yevstignei-fomin-(1761-1800-russia)-orpheus-suite/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/yevstignei-fomin-(1761-1800-russia)-orpheus-suite/)

Concertino Early Music Ensemble, Andrei Korsakov

Victor Ponomarev-flute
Grigori Katz-oboe
Andrei Korsakov-1st viloin
Mikhail Moshkunov-2nd violin
Victor Kozodov-cello
Nikolai Gorbunov-double bass
Dmitri Shvedov-harpsichord
Transcriptions by V. Kozodov

from MELODIYA LP C10-28209-002


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 15, 2014, 11:04:16 pm
Bortnyansky, Dmitri Stepanovich (1751-1825)

Le Fils Rival, opera    (Сын-Соперник)

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/dmytro-bortnyansky-(1751-1825-ukraine)-le-fils-rival-(opera)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/dmytro-bortnyansky-(1751-1825-ukraine)-le-fils-rival-(opera)/)

Leonora-Lydia Chernykh
Sanchetta-Irina Planova
Albertina-Elena Svechnikova
Don Carlos-Anatoly Mishchovsky
Don Pedro-Oleg Klenov
Don Ramiro-Vitali Ternishev
Doctor-Vladimir Matorin
Choirmaster-Rosalia Peregudova
The Yurlov Russian Choir
Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
Mikhail Yurovsky

libretto-T. Shchepkina-Kupernik

from 2 MELODIYA LPs - C10-27433-004


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 15, 2014, 11:13:06 pm
Grechaninov, Alexander (1864-1956)

Dobrynya Nikitich - excerpts from the opera

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/alexandr-grechaninov-(1864-1956-russia)-dobrynya-nikitich-(opera-excerpts)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/alexandr-grechaninov-(1864-1956-russia)-dobrynya-nikitich-(opera-excerpts)/)

Nastya - Nina Lebedeva (sop)
Mamelfa - Raisa Kotova (mezzo-sop)
Alesha - Vladimir Shcherbakov (tenor)
Marina - Tatyana Erastova (mezzo-sop)
Dobrynya - Georgy Seleznev (bass)

Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre of the USSR, Vladimir Andropov

from MELODIYA LP 24665-005


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 15, 2014, 11:47:15 pm
Dunayevsky, Isaak Osipovich (1900-1955)

Free Wind - operetta

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-free-wind-(operetta)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-free-wind-(operetta)/)

Stella - N. Sokolova
Klementina - I. Arkhipova
Pepita - M. Zvezdina
Monna - M. Miglau
Berta - K. Leonova
Yanko - E. Kibkalo
Mikhas' - V. Vlasov
Gall' - G. Pankov
Foma - V. Petrov
Filipp - V. Valaytis

Bol'shoi Chorus and Orchestra of Central TV and All-Union Radio, E. Akulov

from MELODIYA LP М60—41545-8


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 16, 2014, 01:53:43 am
Medea Mey-Figner, soprano (warning: VERY old recordings!)

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/medea-mey-figner-sings-russian-opera-arias/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/medea-mey-figner-sings-russian-opera-arias/)

Nápravník, Eduard (1839-1916) - Adele's Lullaby - from Harold, Act V (recorded 1901)

Nápravník, Eduard (1839-1916) - Masha's Recitative and Romance - from Dubrovsky, Act II (recorded 1903)

Nápravník, Eduard (1839-1916) - French Duet of Masha and Dubrovsky - from Dubrovsky, Act III (recorded 1901)

Tchaikovsky, Petr Ilich (1840-1893) - Lisa's Aria, from The Queen of Spades, Scene 6 (recorded 1901)

Grodzky, Boleslav Viktorovich (1865-fl.1918) - Nocturne, Op.65 No.1 (words: Z. Bukharova)

Rubinstein, Anton (1829-1894) - Night, Op.44 No.1 (words: A. Pushkin)

Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich (1804-1857) - Temptation (words: P. Baratynsky)

Tchaikovsky, Petr Ilich (1840-1893) - Night, Op.60 No.9 (words: Ya. Polosnky)

Nikolai Figner - tenor and piano


from MELODIYA LP M10 45191 008


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 16, 2014, 03:35:04 pm
Tatiana Shmyga sings operetta

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/tatiana-shmyga-sings-soviet-operetta/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/tatiana-shmyga-sings-soviet-operetta/)

Dunayevsky, Isaak Osipovich (1900-1955) - Song of Odessa (from White Acacia)
                                                                        - Toni's song and aria (from White Acacia)
                                                                        - Song of the Acacia (from White Acacia)
            Tatiana Shmyga, Chorus and Orchestra of the Moscow Operetta Theatre, G. Stolyarov


Shostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975) - Lidochka's aria, from Moscow-Cheremushki
            Tatiana Shmyga, Chorus and Orchestra of the Moscow Operetta Theatre, G. Stolyarov


Milyutin, Yuri Sergeevich (1903-1968) - Chana's song with chorus, from The Kiss of Chanita
                                                                  - Duet of Chana and Cesare, from The Kiss of Chanita
                                                                  - Duet of Gloria and Scott, from The Circus Lights Fires
                                                                  - Gloria's aria, from The Circus Lights Fires
                                                                  - Gloria's song, from The Circus Lights Fires
            Tatiana Shmyga, Chorus and Orchestra of the Moscow Operetta Theatre, G. Stolyarov


Listov, Konstantin Yakovlevich (1900-1983) - Aria and Song of Lyubasha, from Sevastopol Waltz
                                                                          - Duet of Lyubasha and Averin, from Sevastopol Waltz
            Tatiana Shmyga, Yu.Bogdanov (Andrei), Chorus and Orchestra of the Moscow Operetta Theatre, G. Stolyarov/G.Cherkasov


Muradeli, Vano (1908-1970) - Departing Aria of Mary Eve, from The Girl With Blue Eyes
                                                    - Duet of Mary Eve and Andrei, from The Girl With Blue Eyes
                                                    - Song of Mary Eve, from The Girl With Blue Eyes
            Tatiana Shmyga, E.Orlovetsky (Andrei), Chorus and Orchestra of the Moscow Operetta Theatre, G. Stolyarov/G.Cherkasov


Hajiyev, Rauf Soltan oglu (1922-1995) - Delia's Song, from Kuba My Love
                                                                   - Duet of Raul and Delia, from Kuba My Love
            Tatiana Shmyga, Chorus and Orchestra of the Moscow Operetta Theatre, L.Ossovsky


Ziv, Mikhail Pavlovich (1921-1994) - Galya's Couplets, from A Real Man
            Tatiana Shmyga, Chorus and Orchestra of the Moscow Operetta Theatre, A.Mikhailov


Kuprevich, Viktor Viktorovich (1925-)  variously Kuprevičius - Valya's Song, from At First Sight
            Tatiana Shmyga, Chorus and Orchestra of All-Union Radio, Yu.Silantiev


Minkh, Nikolai Grigoryevich - Nicole's Song, from The Quarters of Paris
            Tatiana Shmyga, Blue Screen Orchestra, N.Minkh


from MELODIYA LP М60-36879-82


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 16, 2014, 04:09:04 pm
Vasilenko, Sergei Nikiforovich (1872-1956)

Springtime - suite for flute and orchestra
            Alexandr Korneev, Moscow State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Nikolai Anosov
I. Prelude
II. Waltz-caprice
III. Across the Desert
IV. In the Forest
V. Spring Streams


Concerto for Balalaika and Orchestra
            Pavel Necheporenko, Moscow State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Gennady Rozhdestvensky
I. Allegro moderato
II. Andante
III. Allegro moderato

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/sergei-vasilenko-(1872-1956-russia)-springtime-suite-balalaika-concerto/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/sergei-vasilenko-(1872-1956-russia)-springtime-suite-balalaika-concerto/)

recorded from MELODIYA LP D-06423-4

 



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 16, 2014, 04:25:31 pm
Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847), arranged Igor Oistrakh

Concerto for Violin, Piano and Orchestra in D minor

I. Allegro moderato
II. Adagio
III. Allegro molto

Igor Oistrakh (violin), Natalia Zertsalova (piano), Soloist Ensemble of the Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Valentin Zhuk

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/felix-mendelssohn-concerto-for-violin-piano-and-orchestra-(arranged-igor-oistrak/
 (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/felix-mendelssohn-concerto-for-violin-piano-and-orchestra-(arranged-igor-oistrak/)
from MELODIYA LP A10-001-73-004


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Neil McGowan on November 16, 2014, 09:23:44 pm
Without wanting to seem ungrateful...

.... is there any way of downloading these MP4s without the compulsory "Fast Download Manager" malware which kicks in?  (((

[edit - some while later]

Well, I've now (manually) deleted the malware which was auto-installed on my PC, including something called "MiPony".  I am leaving my antivirus to do a thorough check overnight...


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 16, 2014, 11:07:33 pm
Not sure I follow?


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 16, 2014, 11:14:55 pm
Asafiev, Boris Vladimirovich (1884-1949)

The Fountain of Bakhchisarai - ballet (excerpts)

The Flames of Paris - ballet (excerpts)

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/boris-asafiev-(1884-1949-russia)-the-fountain-of-bakhchisaraithe-flames-of-paris/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/boris-asafiev-(1884-1949-russia)-the-fountain-of-bakhchisaraithe-flames-of-paris/)

Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, Algis Zhuraitis

from MELODIYA LP 33C-10-05071-74


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 16, 2014, 11:47:43 pm
Dunayevsky, Isaak Osipovich (1900-1955)

For Children and Youths - MELODIYA LP - С50 13371-2

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-for-children-and-youths/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-for-children-and-youths/)

1. Song of the Motherland, from film Circus
2. It's good around
3. Robert's Song, from film The Children of Captain Grant
4. The Song of the Captain, from fim The Children of Captain Grant
5. Raft Scene, from The Children of Captain Grant
6. Fly, doves! from film We Are For Peace
7. The Starlings have come, from film Winged Protection
8. March of the Young Naturalists, from film Winged Protection
9. Aquifer Couplets, from film Volga-Volga
10. Distant Lodge
11. March, from film Happy People

1. A. Morozov, Variety-Symphonic Orchestra of Leningrad TV and Radio, Yu. Stavnitsky
2. Children's Choir of Leningrad TV and Radio
3. Dima Tarasov, Variety-Symphonic Orchestra of Leningrad TV and Radio, Yu. Stavnitsky
4. V. Matusov
5. V. Matusov, Variety-Symphonic Orchestra of Leningrad TV and Radio, Yu. Stavnitsky
6. Choir of the Leningrad Institute of Culture
7. Children's Choir of Leningrad TV and Radio
8. Children's Choir of Leningrad TV and Radio
9. V. Matusov
10. Ira Shumovskaya
11. Choir of the Leningrad Institute of Culture






Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 17, 2014, 12:09:14 am
Dunayevsky, Isaak Osipovich (1900-1955)

The Road To Happiness - radio operetta

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-the-road-to-happiness-(radio-operetta)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-the-road-to-happiness-(radio-operetta)/)

Text by V.Yesman and K.Kirkorian

compere/narrator - A. Romashin
Alyona - L. Belobragina
Sergei - S. Moroz
Lida - G. Molodtsova
Andrei - V. Barynin
Matilda Makarovna - Z. Fedorova
Igor - A. Nazarov
Petro - I. Sirenko

soloists of Moscow theatres
Academic Large Chorus of All-Union Radio and TV
Artistic manager - K. Ptitsa

Variety-Symphonic Orchestra of All-Union Radio and TV
conductor - Yu. Silantiev


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 17, 2014, 12:24:19 am
Dunayevsky, Isaak Osipovich (1900-1955)

Music from the Movies - MELODIYA LP - C-60-10841

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-songs-from-the-movies/msg537/#msg537 (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-songs-from-the-movies/msg537/#msg537)

1. End March, from film Circus
2. Waltz, from film My Love
3. Polka, from film The Kubansky Cossacks
4. Waltz, from film The Children of Captain Grant
5. Galop, from film The Girl is Rushing to a Meeting
6. Waltz, from film The Shining Path
7. Overture - The Children of Captain Grant
8. Waltz, from film The Ship's Route
9. Overture, from film The Seekers of Happiness
10. Lyric Waltz, from film The Three Comrades
11. Overture, from film The Goalkeeper
12. Waltz, from film The Kubansky Cossacks

Large Symphonic Orchestra of Central TV and All-Union Radio, Vladimir Kozhukhar


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 17, 2014, 12:43:31 am
Dunayevsky, Isaak Osipovich (1900-1955)

Songs from the Movies - from MELODIYA LP D-033029-30

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-songs-from-the-movies/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-songs-from-the-movies/)

1. March of Happy People, from film Happy People
2. Lullaby, from film Circus
3. Lunar Waltz, from film Circus
4. Robert's Song, from film The Children of Captain Grant
5. Song of the Captain, from film The Children of Captain Grant
6. Aquifer Song, from film Volga-Volga
7. Youth, from film Volga-Volga
8. March of Enthusiasts, from film The Shining Path
9. March of the Tractor Drivers, from film The Rich Bride
10. March of the Women's Brigade, from film The Tractor Drivers
11. Eh, It's Good, from film Beethoven's Concert
12. Such Were You, from film The Kubansky Cossacks
13. Oh the Viburnum is Blossoming
14. Harvest Song, from film The Kubansky Cossacks

1. V. Bunchikov, chorus, Symphonic Orchestra, Isaak Dunayevsky
2. E. Korneyeva, Symphonic Orchestra, Isaak Dunayevsky
3. E. Shumskaya, Symphonic Orchestra, Isaak Dunayevsky
4. M. Magomaev, All-Union Radio Orchestra, Yu. Silantiev
5. G. Abramov, Variety Orchestra, V. Knushevitsky
6. G. Abramov, Variety Orchestra, V. Knushevitsky
7. Large Chorus of All-Union Radio, Variety Orchestra, V. Knushevitsky
8. V. Bunchikov and ensemble, Symphonic Orchestra, Isaak Dunayevsky
9. A. Sokolov, M. Kiselev, chorus, Symphonic Orchestra, Isaak Dunayevsky
10. Women's Ensemble Chorus, Symphonic Orchestra, Isaak Dunayevsky
11. Children's TsDDZh Chorus, Symphonic Orchestra, Isaak Dunayevsky
12. M. Maksakova, chorus, Symphonic Orchestra, Isaak Dunayevsky
13. M. Maksakova, chorus, Symphonic Orchestra, Isaak Dunayevsky
14. Large Chorus of All-Union Radio, Symphonic Orchestra, Isaak Dunayevsky


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Neil McGowan on November 17, 2014, 05:59:48 am
Not sure I follow?

Attempting to download these files from the mediafire site causes a prompt to download a proprietary "free" program which hosts adware, malware and trojan viruses  :(

I am still in the process of deleting this material. Two of my browsers had their homepage and favourites altered - luckily I was warned by my own software of unauthorised alterations.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest2 on November 17, 2014, 09:31:01 am
If people are now having problems with Mediafire (I personally haven't used it for a while, but have always been suspicious of it because it is based in the USA, land of the "commercial bastards"), here are two alternatives I can recommend - few ads, few restrictions, no malware etc., very reliable and long-lasting:

Try:
http://ulozto.net    (based in the Czech republic I believe)

Or try:
https://mega.co.nz   (based in New Zealand and run by "Mr. Dotcom", who seems harmless)

But while I'm writing, many thanks to Christopher for all the music!!!!


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Neil McGowan on November 17, 2014, 10:30:12 am

But while I'm writing, many thanks to Christopher for all the music!!!!


Yes indeed - some very juicy stuff, which I was very interested to hear!  Of course, Christopher bears no responsibility for these mediafire twerps and their malware!!

Eset-Nod did a good job of identifying and quarantining the unwanted material :)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 17, 2014, 10:40:51 am

Or try:
https://mega.co.nz   (based in New Zealand and run by "Mr. Dotcom", who seems harmless)


er...you might want to check on that! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Dotcom (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Dotcom)

Hope you enjoy the music!


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Elroel on November 17, 2014, 06:53:45 pm
Hi everybody,

Just to inform you that I also have files stored at Mega Cloud Drive. It works o.k. so far. Even faster than Mediafire. The irritating thing is that you have to go to the drive via your browser. But apart from that: pretty satisfying.

About Ulož: it works easy, but is pretty slow. If not paying you can download only one file at-a-time.
I don't know what the possibilities are when you pay for their services.

Dropbox also works well, but they are far too expensive to my taste. As a free user toy have 2GB space. Works faster than the above. Downloading was fast. You can also zip the files you like to download

All the best

Elroel


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on November 19, 2014, 01:11:06 am
Hasanov, Gotfrid Dzhabrail Alidin (Alievich) xva (1900-1965)   (variously Gasanov)

Piano Concerto No.1

Farhad Badalbeyli (piano),
All-Union Radio and TV Symphonic Orchestra,
Ramiz Melik-Aslanov

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/hasanov-gotfrid-dzhabrail-alidin-xva-(1900-1965-russiadagestan)-piano-concerto/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/hasanov-gotfrid-dzhabrail-alidin-xva-(1900-1965-russiadagestan)-piano-concerto/)

Hasanov was an ethnic Lezgin from the republic of Dagestan in Russia.

from a MELODIYA LP


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on December 18, 2014, 08:36:59 am
Karen Khachaturian
Symphony No. 4 "Epitaph" (1985)
Opole Symphony Orchestra, M. Tkatch

http://www.mediafire.com/download/a7r623zsrprvndo/K._Khachaturian_Symphony_No._4__Epitaph__(1985).m4a


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: jowcol on June 24, 2015, 04:16:14 pm
Explore the Crystal Clear S0und of Sonotape SW 1005
Sorry for the cross post- there are multiple nationalities involved!

(http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTU3OVgxNjAw/z/iV4AAOSwpbJVSO90/$_57.JPG)
From the collection of Karl Miller

http://www.mediafire.com/download/uaqovdwdfgsmjw1/Sonotape.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/download/uaqovdwdfgsmjw1/Sonotape.zip)

This is an interesting find- a transfer a commercial Reel to Reel Tape issued in the 1950s, with a lively cross section of 20th Century Music. Anything with Iron Foundry and Sensemaya has to be good! I'm pretty sure  the image above is of the source of  Karl's transfer.

If you paid 60 cents in November of 1956 for your new copy of High Fidelity, you would have found the following review.

(http://i722.photobucket.com/albums/ww230/Jowcol61/SonotapeReview_zpsyberjoh2.jpg) 

Not the friendliest review but with a 15 inch  per second source tape, as opposed to a worn LP, you will really get some very good sound from recordings that are more than 60 years old.    From what I  can guess, the "study in percussion" may have been something whipped up by the engineers to show off the speakers in your bachelor pad,  as it was not released on vinyl. It was probably created  to show off the "crystal clear" sound of tape, and maybe to rival your collection of Martin Denny Exotica albums.

(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-5pE7fipv8AI/Tmxdg2BayII/AAAAAAAABIQ/NJ-I8F9YlZg/s1600/playboy+pad+2.jpg)
(http://www.josephholmes.io/spaceage/jpeg/xpercussion.jpg)



As you download this file, I'd suggest getting out your martini shaker, and pour drinks for two.








Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on March 08, 2016, 05:39:35 pm
Sergei Bortkiewicz (1877-1952)

Etude op 15 No. 6
   Martin Jones, Klavier

Ouvertüre zu einer Märchenoper Op 53
   Rudolf Nilius / Großes Orchester der Ravag

Klavierkonzert nr. 1 H-Dur Op 16
Hans Bohnestingel, Orchester des Österreichischen Rundfunks, Kurt Wóss

‘Aus der Kinderzeit’ Op 39 Suite für Streichorchester
   a.  Gavotte      
   b.  Grischa – Der wandernde Mönch
   c.  Katienka und Liubotscha
   d.  Die Jagd
   e.  Vielleicht erste Liebe
   f.  Die Gäste kommen
   Großes Wiener Rundfunkorchester, Max Schönherr

Lyrical Intermezzo for Violin & orchestra ‘Des Frühlings und des Pan Erwachen’
   Jaro Schmied, Großes Wiener Rundfunkorchester, Rudolf Nilius

Berceuse – arr Violin & Piano
   Frieda Valenzi, Klavier / jaro Schmied, Violine

Elegie Op 46 – arr. Cello & Piano [composer]
   Senta Benesch, Cello / Frieda Valenzi, Klavier

Im ¾ Takt Op 48 Nos. 2 & 5 – arr. Violin & Piano [composer]
   Frieda Valenzi, klavier / Jaro Schmied, Violine

Klaviersonata Nr. 2 cis-Moll Op 60
   Felizitas Karrer, Klavier.



All of these are historical recordings from Austrian Radio, 1940s and 1950s.
The arrangement are the composer' own.

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/sergei-bortkiewicz-(1877-1952-ukraine)-various/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/sergei-bortkiewicz-(1877-1952-ukraine)-various/)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Hattoff on March 28, 2016, 10:21:07 am
Here is the upload of Rimsky Korsakov's Servilia.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/gn810yfjg54k75d/Rimsky_Korsakov_Servilia.mp3


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: mjkFendrich on August 12, 2016, 05:06:04 am
Alexander Scriabin

Mysterium - realized/completed by Nemtin

Radio Filharmonisch Orkest
Groot Omroepkoor
Vlaams Radio Koor
Alexei Zuev - piano
Marisol Montalvo - sopraan
Markus Stenz - dirigent

live broadcast  2015-11-28
 
https://www.mediafire.com/folder/aq4cm0n377um2/Scriabin_-_Mysterium (https://www.mediafire.com/folder/aq4cm0n377um2/Scriabin_-_Mysterium)



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest377 on September 08, 2017, 03:36:01 am
https://www.mediafire.com/folder/4f6hdtexqcdqk/rautio

Thought I would post this

Roine Rautio (1934-1961) Symphony in D major
Karelian Radio Symphony Orchestra
Alexander Dmitryev, conductor       
from Melodiya LP D10225/6

Thanks Jim !!....... released 1960s in Melodiya LP


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Elroel on November 17, 2017, 09:41:00 am

Lydia Auster - Piano Concerto Op. 18

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cYZUyrsKEbEuOuBXZCXSYbyGIYQUClcu
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kIDKJ7P-V3jfsqe_8iIlc-XxvgYLTQu7
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1V7KbYkvWPpU9CZnGhAAiq3Gg0z1Nbyu4

Galina Ustvolskaja - Lights in the Step
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zyERa1Vmh15-D_p5ZsCXrsqoa7e-0_Gj
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wLPPsuzQMQfL-md_5_8Ofms5d9XateOR

Arthur Lourie (1892-1966) - Concerto Spirituale (1929)

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Dge5g_J21n2828dUpMKtsW0YZcuXkE3b

re-post on request


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Elroel on November 17, 2017, 09:46:53 am
Gaziza Zhubanova - Piano Concerto
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1SOkUMQpwb9TzPeO7H-GeRWtGyzqULTu7

Saidaminova - Symphonic Poem
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1krV4bagD58Jg0kYDSlFe8dhNWac-98WC

Saidaminova - Fiery Stone
https://drive.google.com/open?id=16mnJ3grGOG_Br3zvM854VAN177F2FEc3

Zara Levina Piano Concerto Nº 1 in A
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uzndzIZ_SJx4KYLzEGij80oQtNrTrC1e



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on December 19, 2017, 03:57:40 pm
Slonimsky Dialogue and Fugue for Orchestra (2016)
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Yuri Simonov

http://www.mediafire.com/file/f7mr2p9w8y7wt2t/SlonimskyDialogueFugue.mp3 (http://www.mediafire.com/file/f7mr2p9w8y7wt2t/SlonimskyDialogueFugue.mp3)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on December 20, 2017, 06:33:04 pm
Shostakovich - Rozhdestvensky Symphonic Fragment
State Symphonу Capella of Russia, Gennady Rozhdestvensky
May 25, 2016, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

http://www.mediafire.com/file/qz567r2idnswca9/ShostakovichSymphonicFragment.mp3 (http://www.mediafire.com/file/qz567r2idnswca9/ShostakovichSymphonicFragment.mp3)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on July 15, 2018, 03:09:19 pm
Cui, César Antonovich (1835-1918)

The Prisoner of the Caucasus - opera

Krasnoyarsk Opera, conducted by Alexandr Kosinsky
Edited by Vladimir Rylov.
recorded in 2017

streamed by the Russian Culture Ministry on ok.ru

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/cui-cesar-antonovich-(1835-1918-russia)-the-prisoner-of-the-caucasus-(opera)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/cui-cesar-antonovich-(1835-1918-russia)-the-prisoner-of-the-caucasus-(opera)/)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on July 24, 2018, 09:18:55 pm
Yuri Levitin

Violin Sonata in C minor, Op. 43 (1956)

D. Oistrakh (violin), Y. Levitin (piano)

Melodiya D 05622-3

http://www.mediafire.com/file/f5n1fgkbson34xh/LevitinViolinSonata.m4a/file (http://www.mediafire.com/file/f5n1fgkbson34xh/LevitinViolinSonata.m4a/file)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on August 05, 2018, 09:02:51 pm
Yuri Levitin (1912-1993)

Twenty Four Preludes for Violin Solo, Op. 84 (1976)

Irina Medvedeva (violin)

http://www.mediafire.com/file/6u2lwmf7yy1re96/LevitinPreludesPt1.m4a/file (http://www.mediafire.com/file/6u2lwmf7yy1re96/LevitinPreludesPt1.m4a/file)
http://www.mediafire.com/file/t5d5ni5sln651se/LevitinPreludesPt2.m4a/file (http://www.mediafire.com/file/t5d5ni5sln651se/LevitinPreludesPt2.m4a/file)

Epitaph in Memory of D. Shostakovich for Soprano, Clarinet, Two Violins, Alto and Cello (Words by A. Akhmatova), Op. 89 (1976)

Ludmila Belobrahina (soprano), Ivan Mozgovenko (clarinet), Borodin Quartet

http://www.mediafire.com/file/c292dl6jh0ac25z/LevitinEpitaph.m4a/file (http://www.mediafire.com/file/c292dl6jh0ac25z/LevitinEpitaph.m4a/file)

Prelude on DSCH for Organ, Op. 105 (1984)

http://www.mediafire.com/file/c2pum3h5as2o4d2/LevitinOrganPreludeDSCH.m4a/file (http://www.mediafire.com/file/c2pum3h5as2o4d2/LevitinOrganPreludeDSCH.m4a/file)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Holger on January 18, 2019, 05:55:50 pm
Since a YouTube link to an incomplete performance of a piano reduction was given recently, I am now uploading a complete recording with orchestra:

Çary Nurymow (1940–1993)
"Ghazals", Concerto for Oboe, String Orchestra, Piano and Percussion (1976)
Anatoly Lyubimov, Oboe / (Unspecified) Chamber Orchestra / Fuat Mansurov
Taken from a Melodiya LP
https://www.mediafire.com/file/9xw4qwpar6yadwc/Nurymow_Ghazals.rar/file (https://www.mediafire.com/file/9xw4qwpar6yadwc/Nurymow_Ghazals.rar/file)

The title refers to a form of Arabic poetry. I consider this concerto to be a wonderful work, certainly one of my favourite oboe concertos.


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on February 05, 2019, 09:44:21 pm
Eduard Nápravník (1839-1916)

Mazurka for orchestra

Plzeňský rozhlasový orchestr, Josef Blacký

recorded 1980

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/eduard-napravnik-(1839-1916-russia-czech)-mazurka/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/eduard-napravnik-(1839-1916-russia-czech)-mazurka/)

from Czech Radio archives

(I have no idea if this is from one of his operas, or a stand-alone piece.  I am posting this in both the Czech and the Russian folders.)



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on March 30, 2019, 11:52:11 pm
Sergei Slonimsky

"Rise and Triumph" Symphonic Poem (2018)

Symphony Orchestra of the St Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire, Alexei Vasiliev

From a live concert.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/x6xl8a5wcyg9p9g/SlonimskySymphonicPoem.m4a/file (http://www.mediafire.com/file/x6xl8a5wcyg9p9g/SlonimskySymphonicPoem.m4a/file)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on December 10, 2019, 08:42:37 am
Golubev Piano Sonata No. 7, Op. 65 (1975)

http://www.mediafire.com/file/yuivppnw2cbbj4i/GolubevPS7.m4a/file (http://www.mediafire.com/file/yuivppnw2cbbj4i/GolubevPS7.m4a/file)

Tatiana Nikolaeva

Melodiya 33 C 10 07895-6


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on December 10, 2019, 12:44:27 pm
Hasanov, Gotfrid Alidin xva (1900-1965)
(aka Gasanov)

Khochbar - opera

("The first Dagestani opera" - written in 1937)

Cast
Nutsal-Khan – Aigum Aigumov
Khochbar – Tagir Kurachev
Asiyat – Lyudmila Gadzhimuradova
Kochbar’s mother – Dolores Strinadkina
The Old Woman Rukiyat – Siizhana Baimurzayeva
The Old Man Makhmud – Magomed-Rasul Zavaev
Ashug Zubair – Magomed-Zapir Bagautdinov
A slave from Derbent – Baisoltan Osaev
The Young Man Ali – Magomed Abasov
Messenger – Abdul Magomed Mirzoev
Chief of the Guards – Khaibula Magomedov
Nukers – Shamil Kerimov / Abdul Fataliev
Hydatlins – Magomed Omarov / Magomed Magomedov
Ahmet – Vladimir Meshcherin
Radzhab – Magomed Omarov
Children of the Khan – Lyudmila Reznitskaya / Svetlana Petrukhina

Ramazan Gadzhiev – chorusmaster
Symphony Orchestra and Choir of the State Radio Company of Dagestan
Students of the Hasanov Musical School
Soloists from the Dagestan Ensemble “Lezghinka”

Shamil Khanmurzaev – conductor

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/hasanov-gotfrid-alidin-xva-(1900-1965-russia-dagestan)-khochbar-(opera)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/hasanov-gotfrid-alidin-xva-(1900-1965-russia-dagestan)-khochbar-(opera)/)

From the archives of the State-Radio company of Dagestan - recorded in 1996.

The sound is VERY quiet.  If anyone has a means of increasing the volume via Audacity (or similar) - then could you possibly turn your attention to this?



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on December 29, 2019, 02:01:51 am
Pieces from the 2014 concert "Leningraders: 900 Days in the Name of Life" in St. Petersburg, held to mark 70 years since the end of the Siege of Leningrad.

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/leningraders-900-days-in-the-name-of-life-concert-various-leningradsoviet-compos/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/leningraders-900-days-in-the-name-of-life-concert-various-leningradsoviet-compos/)

Bogdanov-Berezovsky, Valerian Mikhailovich (1903-1971) - overture-poster to the opera "The Leningraders"
Shostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975) - “Oath to the People's Commissariat”
Zhelobinsky, Valeriy Viktorovich (1913-1946) - “A man bent over the water”
Bogdanov-Berezovsky, Valerian Mikhailovich (1903-1971) - People's scene from "The Leningraders" opera
Kamensky, Alexandr Danilovich (1900-1952) - Heroic Partizan March
Bogdanov-Berezovsky, Valerian Mikhailovich (1903-1971) - Violin Concerto in memory of Tchaikovsky - Part I
Kochurov, Yuri Vladimirovich (1907-1952) - Heroic Aria
Bogdanov-Berezovsky, Valerian Mikhailovich (1903-1971) - Entr'Acte and Scene in the bomb shelter from the opera "The Leningraders"
Veysberg, Yuliya Lazarevna (1880-1942) - lullaby from the opera Geese-Swans
Asafyev, Boris Vladimirovich (1884-1949) - choral miniature "Holy God"
Goltz, Boris Grigorevich (1913-1942) - “A Star Shines High in the Sky"
Asafyev, Boris Vladimirovich (1884-1949) - “Maybe I Will Die"
Miaskovsky, Nikolai Yakovlevich (1881-1950) - cantata "Kirov is with us" - parts 2 and 4
Kalafati, Vassily Pavlovich (1869-1942) - Ceremonial march “Stars of the Kremlin”

https://tvkultura.ru/brand/show/brand_id/61446/ (https://tvkultura.ru/brand/show/brand_id/61446/)

Performers:

State Academic Symphony Orchestra named after E.F. Svetlanov, Conductor – Vasili Sinaisky
Choir of Song and Dance Ensemble named after V.C. Loktev, conductor – Anna Egorova
State Academic Russian Choir named after A.V. Sveshnikov, conductor Evgeny Volkov
Soloists (singers from the Mariinsky Opera) - Yuri Laptev (baritone), Zlata Bulycheva (mezzo-soprano), Lyudmila Dudinova (soprano), Ekaterina Mechetina (piano), Mikhail Gantvarg (violin)
Narrator: Nikolay Burov



Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on March 19, 2021, 09:09:48 am

Dudar Khakhanov (1921–1995)

Symphony No. 1
Symphony No. 2
Symphony No. 3
Symphony No. 4
Symphony No. 6
Symphony No. 10
Symphony No. 12
Violin Concerto
Trumpet Concerto
Ossetian Harmonica Concerto
Suite from Ballet "Khetag"
Suite from Ballet "Atsamaz and Agunda"

https://www.mediafire.com/file/dztslw3l5z6wgzv/Khakhanov.zip/file (https://www.mediafire.com/file/dztslw3l5z6wgzv/Khakhanov.zip/file)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on February 01, 2022, 10:40:41 pm
Catoire, Georgy Lvovich (1861-1926)

Mtsyri - symphonic poem after Lermontov

Orpheus Radio Symphony Orchestra,
Sergei Kondrashev

rec 2020

As streamed on https://orchestra.orpheusradio.ru/audio/en (https://orchestra.orpheusradio.ru/audio/en)

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/catoire-georgy-lvovich-(1861-1926-russia)-mtsyri-(symphonic-poem)/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/catoire-georgy-lvovich-(1861-1926-russia)-mtsyri-(symphonic-poem)/)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on April 29, 2022, 11:05:10 pm
Sats, Ilya Alexandrovich (1875-1912) - incidental music to various dramas

Blue Bird
Anathema
Life in Paws
The Death of Tintagel
Hamlet

The Natalia Sats Children's Musical Theatre Chorus and Orchestra, Konstantin Khvatynets


Separately:

Blue Bird (full)
Chorus and Orchestra of the Moscow Art Theatre (MXAT), P. Slavinsky

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/sats-ilya-alexandrovich-(1875-1912-russia)-incidental-music-to-various-dramas/ (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/sats-ilya-alexandrovich-(1875-1912-russia)-incidental-music-to-various-dramas/)

source - ripped from youtube concerts
(warning - some tracks include a lot of dialogue in Russian)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Jolly Roger on May 05, 2022, 02:54:05 am

Dudar Khakhanov (1921–1995)

Symphony No. 1
Symphony No. 2
Symphony No. 3
Symphony No. 4
Symphony No. 6
Symphony No. 10
Symphony No. 12
Violin Concerto
Trumpet Concerto
Ossetian Harmonica Concerto
Suite from Ballet "Khetag"
Suite from Ballet "Atsamaz and Agunda"

https://www.mediafire.com/file/dztslw3l5z6wgzv/Khakhanov.zip/file (https://www.mediafire.com/file/dztslw3l5z6wgzv/Khakhanov.zip/file)

Thank you for this!


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest264 on June 30, 2022, 06:11:07 pm

Sergei Vasilenko (1872-1956)

Horn Concerto in B flat major, Op. 136 (1953)

Valery Zhavoronkov (horn), Lipetsk Symphony Orchestra, Konstantin Barkov

https://www.mediafire.com/file/medvm036se7d0jy/VasilenkoHornConcerto.m4a/file (https://www.mediafire.com/file/medvm036se7d0jy/VasilenkoHornConcerto.m4a/file)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on August 04, 2022, 01:42:56 am
Isaak Dunayevsky (1900-1955, Russia/USSR)

Overture to Happy People

Melodiya Ensemble

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-songs-from-the-movies/msg1179/#msg1179 (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/isaak-dunayevsky-(1900-1955-russiaussr)-songs-from-the-movies/msg1179/#msg1179)

from a Melodiya LP


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on August 04, 2022, 01:44:03 am
Alexei Rybnikov (b.1945, Russia)

The Star and Death of Joaquin Muriet - opera

Star, Teresa - J. Rozhdestvenskaya
Joaquin Murieta, Death - G. Trofimov
Blessed stutterer, Organ grinder - F. Ivanov
The Three-fingered One - A. Paranin
Chilean Rangers - S. Belikov, F. Ivanov, A. Paranin, V. Krivopushchenko, V. Naumov, A. Kurdyumov, G. Trofimov, A. Sado
Chilean girl - Olya Rozhdestvenskaya
Girls - Zh. Rozhdestvenskaya, E. Sanina
Instrumental Ensemble of the Lenin Komsomol Theater "Araks":
Y. Shakhnazarov - solo guitar
S. Rudnitsky - acoustic guitar, bass guitar, piano, organ, synthesizer
S. Belikov - bass guitar, flute
A. Abramov - drums
V. Golutvin - acoustic guitar, banjo
String Group of the State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR
Brass group of the Variety Symphony Orchestra of the Central Television and All-Union Radio
String Quartet of the Bolshoi Theater of the USSR
Moscow Chamber Choir, choirmaster T. Agayeva

from a 1978 Gramzapis-Melodiya double LP

https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/alexei-rybnikov-(b-1945-russia)-the-star-and-death-of-joaquin-muriet-opera/msg1182/#msg1182 (https://musicforeveryone.createaforum.com/downloads/alexei-rybnikov-(b-1945-russia)-the-star-and-death-of-joaquin-muriet-opera/msg1182/#msg1182)


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: guest224 on August 07, 2022, 10:09:39 pm

Sergei Vasilenko (1872-1956)

Horn Concerto in B flat major, Op. 136 (1953)

Valery Zhavoronkov (horn), Lipetsk Symphony Orchestra, Konstantin Barkov

https://www.mediafire.com/file/medvm036se7d0jy/VasilenkoHornConcerto.m4a/file (https://www.mediafire.com/file/medvm036se7d0jy/VasilenkoHornConcerto.m4a/file)

Hello - does anyone have this? The link appears to be dead....


Title: Re: Russian and Soviet Music
Post by: Admin on October 26, 2022, 06:23:24 am
Sergei Rachmaninoff was born in Oneg (probably) in 1873. Here is a seldom heard masterpiece for unaccompanied choir, the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, opus 31, written in 1910.

It is named "rachjo2.mp3".

Here it is on Mediafire:

https://www.mediafire.com/file/7l92b0ws4s86hug/rachjo2.mp3/file

It comes from an old wireless broadcast, and its duration is one hour twelve minutes.

For some unknown reason older versions of VLC will not play it, but later versions will. I have also successfully used with it the Windows Media Player, the Media Player Classic, and Firefox itself.