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Vladimir Olovnikov (1919-1996)


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« on: December 29, 2019, 12:55:47 am »

I am looking for a couple of orchestral scores for Olovnikov:

Partisan Tales for Symphony Orchestra and
Naroch, Symphonic Poem
Song of Peace, Suite for Orchestra

Symphony no 1 and no 2.

Olovnikov was also a Belarusian composer

Vladimir Olovnikov (1919–1996) is one of composers, who determined the artistic community of the Belarusian song in the postwar period. His creativity is characterized by content-richness and actuality. His music, sincere and soulful, restrained and strict, courageous and truthful, received a response in the hearts of listeners and was included in the repertoire of professional and amateur collectives.

He worked as a composer in the genres of symphonic, chamber-instrumental and vocal music. His "Song of the Brest Fortress", "Song of Minsk", and "Forest Song" brought V. Olovnikov wide fame. The head motive of one of them , "My dear Motherland", became the call sign of the Belarusian radio. Among the works of other genres the sketch "The Chimes of the Brest Fortress", the suite "Songs of the World", the prelude, the oratorio "Partisan Songs", choirs, romances, music for children, music for plays and films, including "Mikolka-parovoz", "The girl is looking for her father", "The Ballad of the Mother" stand out. Clarity of artistic design, careful selection of musical means, attention to details, a good sense of form − these are the main features of the Vladimir Olovnikov’s work.
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« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2019, 12:56:32 am »

https://www.nlb.by/en/news/Book-exhibitions/his-songs-in-hearts-and-in-memory/
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« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2019, 01:55:23 am »

Uladzimir Uladzimiravich Alounikau in Belarusian.
(Уладзімір Уладзіміравіч Алоўнікаў)
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« Reply #3 on: December 29, 2019, 02:36:59 am »

also the Bells of the Brest Fortress for Symphony Orchestra was and still is very popular piece in Belarus.
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« Reply #4 on: December 29, 2019, 10:13:02 am »

also the Bells of the Brest Fortress for Symphony Orchestra was and still is very popular piece in Belarus.

So presumably there must be one or more recordings?
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« Reply #5 on: December 29, 2019, 05:32:05 pm »

I am looking for a couple of orchestral scores for Olovnikov:

Partisan Tales for Symphony Orchestra and
Naroch, Symphonic Poem
Song of Peace, Suite for Orchestra

Symphony no 1 and no 2.

Olovnikov was also a Belarusian composer

Vladimir Olovnikov (1919–1996) is one of composers, who determined the artistic community of the Belarusian song in the postwar period. His creativity is characterized by content-richness and actuality. His music, sincere and soulful, restrained and strict, courageous and truthful, received a response in the hearts of listeners and was included in the repertoire of professional and amateur collectives.

He worked as a composer in the genres of symphonic, chamber-instrumental and vocal music. His "Song of the Brest Fortress", "Song of Minsk", and "Forest Song" brought V. Olovnikov wide fame. The head motive of one of them , "My dear Motherland", became the call sign of the Belarusian radio. Among the works of other genres the sketch "The Chimes of the Brest Fortress", the suite "Songs of the World", the prelude, the oratorio "Partisan Songs", choirs, romances, music for children, music for plays and films, including "Mikolka-parovoz", "The girl is looking for her father", "The Ballad of the Mother" stand out. Clarity of artistic design, careful selection of musical means, attention to details, a good sense of form − these are the main features of the Vladimir Olovnikov’s work.

I am aware that Naroch has been recorded (Melodiya D 25009) and the Song (Bells?) of the Brest Fortress is on Melodiya D 033061.  I am not aware of whether the other pieces were ever recorded or if they were even published;  they may in fact stilll be in manuscript form other than the Partisan Tales piece.

If any of the pieces are published, they can easily be scanned into Sibelius.
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« Reply #6 on: December 29, 2019, 05:55:11 pm »

The Partisan Tales piece is here:

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« Reply #7 on: December 29, 2019, 07:25:36 pm »

Thank you !!!    Hope we can find the Naroch or the symphonies!!
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« Reply #8 on: December 29, 2019, 07:26:59 pm »

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« Reply #9 on: December 29, 2019, 07:44:02 pm »

Vladimir Vladimirovich Olovnikov ( Belorussian. Uladzіmіr Uladzіmіravіch Aloўnіka ; January 16, 1919 , Bobruisk - July 31, 1996 , Minsk ) - Belarusian Soviet composer, music teacher, public figure. People's Artist of the Byelorussian SSR ( 1970 ). Professor ( 1980 ). Member of the CPSU (b) since 1945 .
Vladimir Olovnikov
Уладзімір Алоўнікаў

basic information
Full name
   Vladimir Vladimirovich Olovnikov
Date of Birth
   January 16, 1919
Place of Birth
   Bobruisk
Minsk province
Date of death
   July 31, 1996 (aged 77)
Place of death
   Minsk , Belarus
Buried
   

    East cemetery

The country
   USSR →
Belarus
Professions
   
composer , music teacher
Genres
   symphonic, chamber-instrumental, vocal, song
Awards
   
Order of the Patriotic War II degree - 1944    Order of the Patriotic War II degree - 1985    Order of the Red Banner of Labor - 1979    Order of the Badge of Honor
Medal of Francis Skorina rib.png    Medal "For the victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945."    SU Medal Twenty Years of Victory in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945 ribbon.svg    SU Medal Thirty Years of Victory in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945 ribbon.svg
SU Medal Forty Years of Victory in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945 ribbon.svg    SU Medal 50 Years of the Armed Forces of the USSR ribbon.svg    SU Medal 60 Years of the Armed Forces of the USSR ribbon.svg    SU Medal 70 Years of the Armed Forces of the USSR ribbon.svg
Honored Artist of the Belarusian SSR
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Biography


Born on January 16, 1919 in Bobruisk (now the Mogilev region , Belarus ). Graduate of BelGK (1941). The pupil of the composer and teacher V. A. Zolotarev (in the composition class) and M. A. Berger ( piano class).

Member of World War II. From the first days of the war, a participant in the hostilities.

Since 1947, on pedagogical work. He taught musical and theoretical subjects at the Belarusian Conservatory (since 1966 - associate professor). In 1962-1982 - rector of BelGK.

Engaged in active social and party activities. He was elected a member of the Central Committee of the CPB (since 1966). Member of the Supreme Council of the BSSR of the 6-9th convocations.

He died on July 31, 1996 . He was buried in Minsk at the Eastern cemetery .

Son - Igor Vladimirovich Olovnikov , Belarusian composer, People's Artist of Belarus.
Creative activity

He began composing activities with the creation of chamber music.

He worked in the genres of symphonic, chamber-instrumental and vocal music. The main theme of the works of the heroic-patriotic direction. The greatest fame brought him mass songs and music for films.
Favorite Songs

    “My dear Motherland” (lyrics by A. Bachilo) - the tune “Radzima May Daragaya” became the call sign of the Belarusian Radio . [1]
    “Forest Song” (“Oh, the birch pines of the pine, partysansky sisters”) (lyrics by A. Rusak )
    “Song of the Brest Fortress” (lyrics by A. Laznevy)
    “Song of Minsk” (lyrics by I. Pankevich) [2] and others.
    “Song about Dovator”

Selected Works

    symphonic works for orchestra (1941)
    string quartets (1940, 1948)
    musical poem “Partisan Real Estate” (1952) and “Naroch” (1954)
    Suites “Songs of the World” (1958), “In Polesie” (for the orchestra of Belarusian folk instruments, 1953)
    cantata for children "To all pioneers the same age and brother" (words by A. V. Volsky, 1968)
    solemn prelude (1969)
    symphonic sketch "Chimes of the Brest Fortress" (1975)
    choirs "In Polesie homon, homon" ", etc.
    vocal duets
    romances

He wrote music for dramatic performances and films.
Filmography

    1956 - Mikolka steam locomotive (jointly with Yu. D. Belsatsky )
    1959 - A girl is looking for a father (jointly with Yu. D. Belsatsky)
    1960 - Spring Thunderstorms
    1962 - Street of the youngest son

The author of the music for the documentaries “The Road Without a Halt”, “The Ballad of the Mother” (both - 1965).
Awards and titles

    Honored Artist of the Belarusian SSR (1955)
    Honored Artist of the Byelorussian SSR (1957)
    People's Artist of the BSSR (1970)
    two orders of the Patriotic War II degree (16.10.1944, was presented to the Order of the Red Banner; 6.4.1985)
    Francis Scorina Medal (1993)
    medals

Memory

    By a decision of the Minsk City Council in 1987, V. V. Olovnikov was awarded the title of honorary citizen of the city of Minsk [3] .
    At a house in Minsk on the street Y. Kupala, where a composer, People's Artist of Belarus, Professor VV Olovnikov lived in memorial plaque from 1957 to 1984 [4] .
    A documentary television film of the Belarusian television “And the song takes off itself” is dedicated to V.V. Olovnikov (1983, dir. V. Orlov).
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