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Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part II
Anthologie des compositions pour l'accordéon bouton. Partie II

Language: Russian-English
Number of pages: 159

Difficulty level: Beginner - Intermediate - Advanced

Bass: FREE and STANDARD

Content:

A.ONEGIN. Variations on the Russian folk song To Ne Veter Vetku Klonit ("It is not the Wind that Bends the Branch") Video of this piece bellow on page

M.RIZOL. Variations on the Ukrainian folk song Doshchik ("Little Rain") Video of this piece bellow on page

Perepyolochka ("Quail-Hen"). Belarusian folk song. Arranged by Ye.KUZNETSOV Video of this piece bellow on page

M.RIZOL. Variations on the Russian folk song Akh, Ty Zimushka-Zima ("Hey You, Winter") Video of this piece bellow on page

Nauchit Li Tya, Vanyusha ("Shall I Teach You, Vanya"). Russian folk song. Arranged by V.MOTOV Video of this piece bellow on page

Step Da Step Krugom ("Steppe and Steppe Around"). Russian folk song. Arranged by V.BELOV Video of this piece bellow on page

Csárdás. Hungarian folk dance. Arranged by M.RIZOL Video of this piece bellow on page

Otdavali Molodu ("A Young Girl Was Marrying"). Russian folk song. Arranged by G.SHENDERYOV Video of this piece bellow on page

V.PODGORNY. Variations on the Russian Folk Song Polosynka ("My Patch of Land")

Kak u Nashikh u Vorot ("At Our Gates"). Russian folk song. Arranged by A.SURKOV Video of this piece bellow on page

Vozle Rechki, Vozle Mosta ("Near the River, near the Bridge"). Russian folk song. Arranged by V.MOTOV Video of this piece bellow on page

V.IVANOV. Paraphrase on the Russian Folk Song Utushka Lugovaya ("Ducky-Duck from the Grassland") Video of this piece bellow on page

Barynya ("Mistress"). Russian folk dance. Arranged by A.SHALAYEV Video of this piece bellow on page

Polno, Vanya ("Enough, Vanya"). Russian folk song. Arranged by V.MOTOV

Vo Pole Beryoza Stoyala ("There Was a Birch-Tree in the Field"). Russian folk song. Arranged by N.KATZUN Video of this piece bellow on page

Vo Lesochke ("In the Forest"). Russian folk song. Arranged by G.SHENDERYOV Video of this piece bellow on page

V.PODGORNY. Fantasy on the Russian Folk Song Nochenka ("Pitch-Dark Night") Video of this piece bellow on page

Pri Tumane, Pri Doline ("Foggy Weather in the Valley"). Russian folk song. Arranged by I.MATVEYEV Video of this piece bellow on page

Khodila Mladyoshenka ("A Girl Walked in a Forest"). Russian folk song. Arranged by A.TIMOSHENKO

V.PODGORNY. Fantasy on the Ukrainian Folk Song Poviy, Vitre, na Vkrayinu ("Blow, the Wind, to Ukraine") Video of this piece bellow on page

Vo Syrom Boru Tropina ("There's a Path in the Damp Woods"). Russian folk song. Arranged by G.SHENDERYOV

V.PODGORNY. Fantasy on the Russian Folk Song Barynya ("Mistress"). Edition 1983 Video of this piece bellow on page

Pivna Yagoda ("Sweet Booze Berry"). Russian folk song. Arranged by A.TIMOSHENKO Video of this piece bellow on page

Poseyu Lebedu na Beregu ("I'll Sow Goose-Foot on the Bank of the River"). Russian folk song. Arranged by A.TIMOSHENKO

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Sheet music from the series "Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion" for Bayan / Accordion / Accordeon / Akkordeon / Fisarmonica:

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Part II
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Part VI
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Part VII
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Part VIII
Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part IX Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part X
Anthology
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Part IX
Anthology
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Part X


Video demo: A.Onegin. "To Ne Veter Vetku Klonit". Arrangement of a Russian folk song.
Performed by Boris Poteryayev



Video demo: M.Rizol. Variations on the Ukrainian folk song Doshchyk ("Little Rain"). Performed by Roman Zhbanov



Video demo: Perepyolochka. Belarusian folk song. Arranged by Ye.Kuznetsov. Performed by Pavel Korenkov



Video demo: M.Rizol. Variations on the Russian folk song Akh, Ty Zimushka-Zima ("Hey You, Winter"). Performed by Ivan Kharchenko



Video demo: V.Motov. Nauchit Li Tya, Vanyusha ("Shall I Teach You, Vanya"). Russian folk song. Performed by Sergey Fedchenko
(Attention! A piece sounds till 1:37)



Video demo: V.Belov. Step Da Step Krugom ("Steppe and Steppe Around"). Russian folk song. Performed by Andrey Vavilov



Video demo: M.Rizol. Chardash (Csárdás / Czárdás). Performed by Pavlo Fenyuk, bayan (accordion)



Video demo: M.Rizol. Czardasz. Performed by Natalka



Video demo: G.Shenderyov. Otdavali Molodu ("A Young Girl Was Marrying"). Russian folk song. Performed by Vladislav Kaminsky



Video demo: A.Surkov. Kak u Nashikh u Vorot ("At Our Gates"). Russian folk song. Performed by Anatoly Surkov



Video demo: V.Motov. Vozle Rechki, Vozle Mosta ("Near the River, near the Bridge"). Russian folk song. Performed by Sergey Golubyatnikov



Video demo: V.Ivanov. Paraphrase on the Russian Folk Song Utushka Lugovaya ("Ducky-Duck from the Grassland"). Russian folk song. Performed by Yury Sidorov with folk orchestra



Video demo: A.Shalayev. Barynya ("Mistress"). Russian folk dance. Performed by A.Shalayev and N.Krylov
(Attention! The piece in this book is for Bayan / Accordion SOLO)



Video demo: N.Katzun. Vo Pole Beryoza Stoyala ("There Was a Birch-Tree in the Field"). Russian folk song. Performed by V.Chefranov



Video demo: G.Shenderyov. Vo Lesochke ("In the Forest"). Russian folk song. Performed by Yury Vostrelov



Video demo: V.Podgorny. Fantasy on Russian folk song "Nochenka". Performed by Victor Oliynyk



Video demo: I.Matveyev. Pri Tumane, Pri Doline ("Foggy Weather in the Valley"). Russian folk song. Performed by Galina Kulak



Video demo: V.Podgorny. Fantasy on the Ukrainian Folk Song Poviy, Vitre, na Vkrayinu ("Blow, the Wind, to Ukraine"). Performed by Ivan Churilov



Video demo: V.Podgorny. Fantasy on the Russian Folk Song Barynya ("Mistress"). Performed by Dmitry Sharshon



Video demo: A.Timoshenko. "Pivna Yagoda". Arrangement of a Russian folk song. Performed by Alexandr Pavlov


FOREWORD to 1985 year Anthology II edition
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Volume Two of the "Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion" contains some of the best adaptations of folk songs and dances by Soviet musicians, dating from the fourties, fifties and sixties, which have exerted a strong influence on the improvement of the art of playing the instrument in this country.

First attempts at arranging folk tunes for the Russian-type button accordion were made by amateurs; today, too, this sector of our accordionists' repertoire is not being contributed to, for the most part, by those who are known as professional composers: the tunes of traditional songs and dances are usually adapted for the instrument by performing musicians themselves, notably those who are engaged in teaching the accordion-playing at the music schools of national importance, as well as at the ones of local significance. Initially, most of the accordion compositions based on Russian folk tunes were sets of variations designed so as to give the player the opportunity of showing off his virtuosity. Later on, aesthetic considerations began to come to the fore, with harmonic and rhythmical structure becoming more and more sophisticated. Musical form was also growing more complex. Many compositions built upon folk tunes (variations, paraphrases, concert adaptations, fantasies and the like) show apparent features of what our musicologists are in the habit of describing as "symphonicity".

Developments in the practice of adapting folk tunes for the Russian button accordion were, in many respects, dependent on the improvement of the instrument itself as well as on the growth of proficiency of our accordionists.

Here are some data on the musicians whose arrangements of songs and dances 1 are included in this edition: —

Onegin, Alexei Yevseyevich (b. 1920), teacher, concert; performer, expert in methodology of teaching. Graduated from the class of K. B. Ptitsa (choral conducting) at the Moscow Conservatoire in 1949. From 1927 to 1946, member of the Onegin's Family Quartet of Accordionists (known, since 1934, as the M. M. Ippolitov-Ivanov Quartet). Assistant Professor at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow. Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation. 2 — "The Button Accordion Method" and other manuals and pedagogical writings. Numerous arrangements and original compositions for button accordion.

Rizol, Nikolai Ivanovich (b. 1919), concert performer, teacher, expert in methodology of teaching, composer. Graduated from the class of M. M. Gelis (button accordion) at the Kiev Conservatoire in 1951. Since 1946, leader of the Button Accordion Quartet at the Kiev Philharmonic Society. Professor at the Kiev Conservatoire. National Artist of the Ukrainian SSR. — Pedagogical papers. Numerous original compositions and arrangements of folk tunes for button accordion.

Kuznetsov, Yevgeny Dmitriyevich (b. 1922), concert performer, composer, teacher. Graduated from the class of N. Ya. Chaikin at the Gorki (Gorky) Conservatoire in 1967. Assistant Professor at the Moscow Institute of Culture. Formerly, leader of the Button Accordion Quartet at the Beriozka Dance Company. — Songs; original compositions and arrangements for button accordion quartet as well as solo pieces of music for button accordion.

Belov, Vladimir Alexeyevich (b. 1925), composer, teacher. Graduated from the class of A. A. Surkov (button accordion) at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow, in 1967. Instructor at the Secondary School of Music in the city of Vladimir. — Orchestral and solo compositions for Russian folk instruments.

Motov, Vladimir Nikolayevich (b. 1925), concert performer, teacher, composer. Graduated from the class of S. P. Velikov and N. Ya. Chaikin (button accordion) at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow, in 1953, and from the class of T. N. Khrennikov, V. Ya. Shebalin and L. N. Naumov (composition) at the same Institute in 1956. Honoured Contributor to the Cause of Culture of the Russian Federation (1971). Former Instructor at the Gnesins Secondary School of Music and the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow. — Pedagogical writings. Original compositions and arrangements for button accordion.

Surkov, Anatoly Alexeyevich (1919-33), teacher, concert performer. Graduated from the class of S. P. Velikov and N. Ya. Chaikin (button accordion) at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow, in 1953. Assistant Professor at the Gnesins Institute. — Numerous pedagogical writings. Arrangements for button accordion.

Ivanov, Vladimir Vladimirovich (b. 1926), teacher, concert performer, composer. Graduated from the class of V. G. Gorokhov (button accordion) at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow, in 1957. Assistant Professor at the Moscow Institute of Culture. — Original compositions and arrangements for various folk instruments as well as for choir.

Shalayev, Anatoly Andreyevich (b. 1925), concert performer, composer, conductor. Educated in the class of Prof. A. B. Goldenweiser (piano) at the Central Secondary Music School, Moscow (from 1934 through 1941). Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation (1963). Touring since 1941. Performer for the MOSCONCERT Agency. Member of the MOSCONCERT Button Accordion Duet (with N. A. Krylov) — great successes in the USSR and abroad. — Numerous arrangements and original compositions for button accordion (solo and duet).

Katsun, Nikolai Stepanovich (1923-78), concert performer, teacher. Graduated from the class of V. M. Yevdokimov (button accordion) at the Odessa Conservatoire in 1969. Former member of the Song and Dance Company of the Odessa Military District. Instructor's experience at a children's music school.— Arrangements for button accordion.

Shenderyov, Georgy Grigoryevich (b. 1937), composer, concert performer, teacher. Graduated from the class of V. M. Kravchenko (button accordion), and from the class of N. V. Zhornyak (composition), at the Secondary School of Music in the city of Simferopol in 1958. Continued his studies in the class of N. A. Chaikin (button accordion) at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow. Experience in teaching. On the staff of the Yalta Philharmonic Society. Member of the USSR Composers' Union. — Compositions for Russian folk instruments orchestra as well as for button accordion.

Podgorny, Vladimir Yakovlevich (b. 1928), concert performer, composer, teacher. Graduated from the class of V. T. Borisov (composition) at the Kharkov Conservatoire in 1956. Assistant Professor at the Kharkov Institute of the Arts. Member of the USSR Composers' Union (since 1957). — Symphonic, chamber and vocal music, numerous original compositions and arrangements for button accordion.

Matveyev, Igor Dormidontovich (b. 1930), composer, teacher. Graduated from the class of A. A. Kryuchkov (conducting) at the Moscow Institute of Culture in 1976. Instructor at the Secondary School of Culture and Enlightment in the city of Kaluga. — Original compositions and arrangements for Russian folk instruments (solo and ensemble).

Timoshenko, Alexander Afanasyevich (b. 1942), composer, teacher. Graduated from the class of V. P. Kuzovlev (button accordion), and from the class of Yu. N. Shishakov (composition), at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow, in 1971. Instructor at the Voronezh Institute of the Arts.— Orchestral and solo compositions for Russian folk instruments.

M. Imkhanitsky, F. Lips
Tr.: V. Yerokhin



1 In the headings of the pieces of music based on folk songs, the titles of the songs (which, in all the songs in question, are fragments of their lyrics) are given both in transliteration and in what may be described as "equirhythmic" translation (so that the corresponding musical phrases can be mentally sung with the words — both in Russian and English). — V. Y.


2 The nomenclature of the Soviet system of honours for notable figures of the music scene is not easy to render into English. The highest distinction is National Artist of the USSR (often termed, in English, "People's Artist of the USSR", which appears to be an over-literal translation of the Russian expres-sion in question). Among the other titles are: National Artist of the RSFSR (or: ... of the Russian Federation), Honoured Artist of the RSFSR (sometimes described — in terms of literal translation — as "Merited Artist . . ."), Honoured Master of the Fine Arts of the RSFSR (sometimes referred to as "Merited Art Worker . . ."), Honoured Contributor to the Cause of Culture of the RSFSR (literally, "Merited Worker of Culture . . .", which sounds, to put it mildly, somewhat awkward, and would not be properly understood by English-speaking people). Each of the republics constituting the Soviet Union (e. g., the Ukrainian SSR) has its own honours system, identical to that of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic. — V. Y.


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