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

Language: Russian-English
Number of pages: 158

Bass: FREE and STANDARD

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Difficulty level: Beginner - Intermediate - Advanced

Content:

G.Shenderyov. Russian Suite Video of this piece bellow on page
   Dumka
   Chastushka
   Russian Dance
(available for Accordion DUO here)

K.Myaskov. Poem Video of this piece bellow on page

K.Myaskov. Scherzo Video of this piece bellow on page

N.Chaikin. Concert Suite Video of this piece bellow on page
   Prelude
   Fugue
   Sarabande
   Scherzo


A.Repnikov. Capriccio Video of this piece bellow on page

A.Repnikov. Scherzo

A.Repnikov. Improvisation

A.Repnikov. Basso Ostinato

A.Repnikov. Toccata

A.Timoshenko. Russian Pictures. Suite
   March
   Autumn Tale
   Jocular Waltz
   Lullaby
   Dance of Matryoshkas


Vl.Zolotaryov. Chamber Suite Video of this piece bellow on page
   Evening Prelude
   Moonlight Spurting Outdoors
   Snowfall at Night
   Mysterious Visions
   Im Calling Instances of Gloomy Sorrow
   An Old Fairy-Tale


Vl.Zolotaryov. Partita No. 1 Video of this piece bellow on page
   Allegro
   Grave
   Andantino
   Presto


Vl.Zolotaryov. Comtemplating the Dyonisian Frescoes of St. Therapont's Monastery Video of this piece bellow on page

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Sheet music from the series "Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion" for Accordion / Bayan / Accordeon / Akkordeon /
Fisarmonica / Harmonika / Harmonica / Trekkspill / Dragspel / Harmonikka / Bajan / Akordeon:

click to go to page - Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part I click to go to page - Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part II click to go to page - Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part III click to go to page - Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part IV
Anthology
of Compositions
for Button Accordion.
Part I
Anthology
of Compositions
for Button Accordion.
Part II
Anthology
of Compositions
for Button Accordion.
Part III
Anthology
of Compositions
for Button Accordion.
Part IV
click to go to page - Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part V click to go to page - Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part VI click to go to page - Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part VII click to go to page - Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part VIII
Anthology
of Compositions
for Button Accordion.
Part V
Anthology
of Compositions
for Button Accordion.
Part VI
Anthology
of Compositions
for Button Accordion.
Part VII
Anthology
of Compositions
for Button Accordion.
Part VIII
Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part IX Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion. Part X
Anthology
of Compositions
for Button Accordion.
Part IX
Anthology
of Compositions
for Button Accordion.
Part X

Video demo: G.Shenderyov. Russian Suite. Performed by Volodymyr Kurylenko, bayan (accordion)


Video demo: K.Myaskov. Poem. Performed by Vladimir Besfamilnov, bayan (accordion)
(Attention! The piece sounds till 4:35)


Video demo: K.Myaskov. Scherzo. Performed by Vladimir Besfamilnov, bayan (accordion)
(Attention! The piece sounds from 10:38 till 13:25)


Video demo: N.Chaikin. Concert Suite. Performed by Vladimir Besfamilnov, accordion (bayan)
(The piece sounds till 11:24)


Video demo: N.Chaikin. Concert Suite. Performed by Boris Poteryayev, bayan (accordion)


Video demo: A.Repnikov. Capriccio. Performed by Andrey Vavilov, accordion (bayan)


Video demo: Vladislav Zolotaryov. Partita No. 1. Performed by Sergey Naiko, bayan (accordion)


Video demo: Vladislav Zolotaryov. Partita No. 1. Three movements: Allegro, Grave, Andantino. Performed by Kinga Brosławska, bayan (accordion)


Video demo: Vladislav Zolotaryov. Chamber Suite. Performed by Alexander Sevastian, bayan (accordion)


Video demo: Vladislav Zolotaryov. Chamber Suite. Part I - Evening Prelude.
Performed by Rolando Fernandez Lara, cello and Volodymyr Kurylenko , bayan (accordion)


Video demo: Vladislav Zolotaryov. St. Therapont's Monastery. Performed by Sergey Naiko, bayan (accordion)


Video demo: Vl.Zolotaryov. St. Therapont's Monastery.
Performed by Rolando Fernandez Lara, cello and Volodymyr Kurylenko , bayan (accordion)


FOREWORD to 1988 year Anthology V edition
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Part Five of our "Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion" is made up of instructive and concert pieces of this country's accordion music of the sixties; among the composers are G. Shenderyov, K. Myaskov, N. Chaikin, A. Repnikov, A. Timoshenko, Vl. Zolotaryov. The works included in the present volume are frequently broadcast by Radio Moscow and Soviet Television, they are found in the catalogues of Melodiya Records; most of them are constantly heard in national and international performers' competitions.

New thoughts and feelings, new facets of artistic imagery emerged in our accordion music in the sixties, with depth and tensity of expression characteristic of quite a few compositions brought into existence in those years (e. g., Concert Suite by N. Chaikin, Partita by Vl. Zolotaryov); inter alia, rise had been given to music evoking phantasmagoric visions (Capriccio by A. Repnikov, Chamber Suite by Vl. Zolotaryov). In short, the listener was no longer supposed to get by with a portion of optimism and light-heartedness.

And, as a matter of course, stylistic innovations had not been slow in advancement: the range of expressive devices can be said to have grown to be incomparably more comprehensive than in the previous decades. Suffice it to say that it was in the sixties that many a composer of accordion music had taken to making use of apparently discordant elements in melody and harmony, and of certain novel patterns both in the matter of tonal organization and in the domain of rhythm.

Alongside of numerous pieces of music immediately informed by traditional (folk-song) melopoeia (G. Shenderyov; A. Timoshenko; Vl. Zolotaryov "Contemplating the Dionysian Frescoes of St. Therapont's Monastery"), new-style works had been called into being compositions which bear but an indirect relation to the musical vocabulary of traditional folklore in that what can be identified as folk-song idioms appears to be, so to speak, dissolved in a highly individualized musical language (N. Chaikin, K. Myaskov, A. Repnikov, Vl. Zolotaryov).

Another distinctive feature of the bulk of what had been written for the instrument here in the Soviet Union within the period in question is bound up with the circumstance that the sixties were the years of the fixed-and-freebass button accordion making its way in performing practice, which could not but greatly widen the circle of textural, timbral and dynamic means at our disposal.

All in all, the present volume reflects an exceedingly important stage in the upbuilding of the concert repertoire of accordionists, and in the development of the art of playing the instrument.

Here is some information about the composers:

Shenderyov, Georgy Grigoryevich (1937-84), composer, concert performer, teacher. Graduated from the Simferopol Secondary School of Music in 1958 in accordion-playing (under V. M. Kravchen-ko) and in composition (under N. V. Zhornyak). Continued his studies in the class of N. Ya. Chaikin (button accordion) at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow. Member of the USSR Composers Union (since 1982). Performer for the Yalta Philharmonic Society (solo and accompaniment). Several years' teaching experience. Compositions for Russian folk instruments orchestra; originals and arrangements for button accordion.

Myaskov, Konstantin Alexandrovich (b. 1921), composer, concert performer. Graduated from the class of K. F. Dankevich (composition) at the Kiev Conservatoire in 1952. Member of the USSR Composers Union (since 1958). Choral works; songs; instrumental music, incl. numerous compositions for button accordion (solo, trio, and quartet); two concertos for button accordion and orchestra.

Chaikin, Nikolai Yakovlevich (b. 1915),composer, teacher. Graduated from the Kiev Conservatoire in 1940 in composition (under L. N. Revutsky, V. S. Kosenko and B. N. Lyatoshinsky) and in piano-playing (under A. N. Lufer). Member of the USSR Composers Union (since 1944). Honoured Master of the Arts of - the RSFSR (1980). From 1951 to 1964, Instructor at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow. Since 1964, on the staff of the Gorky Conservatoire (since 1972, Professor thereat). Choral music; numerous compositions for symphony or-chestra, Russian folk instruments orchestra, wind band, light orchestra; ensemble and solo pieces for various instruments. "A Course in Playing from Orchestral Score (Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra)".
His works for button accordion constitute a highly important chapter in the history of accordion music.

Repnikov, Albin Leonidovich (b. 1932), composer, teacher, concert performer. Graduated from the class of M. S. Ivanov (button accordion) at the Irkutsk Secondary School of Music in 1953, and from the class of V. V. Voloshinov (composition) at the Leningrad Conservatoire in 1959. Member of the USSR Composers Union (since 1961). Assistant Professor at the Petrozavodsk Branch of the Leningrad Conservatoire. Orchestral, choral, and instrumental music, notably compositions for button accordion and other folk instruments.

Timoshenko, Alexander Afanasyevich (b. 1942), composer, teacher, concert performer. Graduated from the class of V. P. Kuzovlev (button accordion) at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow, in 1971; concurrently, he had been optionally studying composition (under Yu. N. Shishakov). Member of the USSR Composers Union (since 1987). Acting Assistant Professor at the Voronezh Institute of the Arts. Orchestral and solo compositions for Russian folk instruments.

Zolotaryov, Vladimir Andreyevich (1942-75), composer. Graduated from the class of N. A. Lesnoi (button accordion) at the Magadan Secondary School of Music in 1968. Continued his studies in composition with R. K. Shchedrin (by way of con-sultation, 1968-9) and in the class of T. N. Khrennikov at the Moscow Conservatoire (1971-2). An oratorio (Monument to the Revolution), orchestral compositions (for symphony orchestra and for chamber orchestra), string quartets, vocal music.
His accordion works are a highly significant contribution to the repertoire of the fixed-bass/free-bass multitimbral button-key accordion.

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


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