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

Language: Russian-English
Number of pages: 158

Bass: FREE

Difficulty level: Beginner - Intermediate - Advanced

Content:

J.Strauss - Ivan Yashkevich. Voices of Spring. Waltz. Transcription for Accordion (Bayan) Video of this piece bellow on page

Sergei Rachmaninov - Ivan Yashkevich. Italian Polka. Transcription for Accordion (Bayan) Video of this piece bellow on page

Alexander Zhurbin. Concert Diptych

Chorale
Allegro


Alexander Zhurbin. Toccata Video of this piece bellow on page

Yury SHISHAKOV. Sonata No. 1 Video of this piece bellow on page

Nikolai Chaikin. Ukrainian Suite

Pyotr Londonov. Sonata No. 1

Vladislav Zolotaryov. Five Compositions Video of this piece bellow on page

Vladislav Zolotaryov. Sonata No. 2 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
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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
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of Compositions
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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: J.Strauss. Voices of Spring. Waltz. Transcribed by I.Yashkevich. Performed by Ivan Churilov, accordion (bayan)


Video demo: S.Rachmaninov. Italian Polka. Transcribed by I.Yashkevich. Performed by Andrey Romanov, accordion (bayan)


Video demo: S.Rachmaninov. Italian Polka. Transcribed by I.Yashkevich. Performed by Yury Sidorov, accordion (bayan)


Video demo: A.Zhurbin. Toccata. Performed by Julian Dumicz, accordion


Video demo: Yu.Shishakov. Sonata No. 1 - Parts II, III. Performed by Alexandr Pritulin, accordion (bayan)


Video demo: Vl.Zolotaryov. Five Compositions. Performed by Ivan Filipchik, accordion (bayan)


Video demo: Vl.Zolotaryov. Five Compositions - III, IV, V. Performed by Ivan Filipchik, accordion (bayan)


Video demo: Vl.Zolotaryov. Sonata No. 2. Performed by Volodymyr Kurylenko, accordion (bayan)


FOREWORD to 1989 year Anthology VI edition
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Part Six of the "Anthology of Compositions for Button Accordion" contains selections from Soviet accordion music of the sixties and early seventies. In those years, both types of button accordion were, on nearly equal grounds, partaking in this country's musical life Ч the modern fixed-and-freebass inst-rument, capable of efficiently reflecting what was "in the air", that is to say, what can be described as new modes of thinking in terms of music, and the conventional fixed-bass accordion, which was far from yielding to its rival.

Apart from original compositions, the volume includes some adaptations, viz., Sergei Rachmaninov's and Johann Strauss's instrumental pieces as transcribed by Ivan Yashkevich, a noted accordionist and teacher. These concert transcriptions enjoy great popularity, which is accounted for, in the first place, by the universally recognized aesthetic merits of the originals themselves and, secondly, by the transcriber's resourcefulness in contrapuntal writing, ornamentation, etc., in other words, by his proficiency in textural matters.

All the compositions and transcriptions selected for the present publication have had an important part to play both in the development of our accordionists' technique and in the cultivation of their artistic imaginativeness. Indispensable to the purposes of pedagogics and concert practice, they have also been constitutive of the repertoire of musical competitions Ч some of them are known to have been written expressly for definite contests of young accordionists (by way of a compulsory item on the programme).

Here is some information about the composers:

Yashkevich, Ivan Adamovich (b. 1923), teacher, composer, concert performer. Graduated from the class of M. M. Gelis (button accordion) at the Kiev Conservatoire in 1949. Since 1950, Instructor thereat (since 1973, Assistant Professor). Ч Numerous originals and transcriptions for button accordion.

Zhurbin, Alexander Borisovich (b. 1945), composer. Graduated from the class of N. I. Peiko (composition) at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow, in 1969; completed a postgraduate course in musico-logy (under Yu. G. Kon) at the Leningrad Concer-vatoire in 1973. Member of the USSR Composers Union (since 1970). Ч 5 operas (among them the first Soviet rock opera, Orpheus and Eurydice), 3 ballets, 15 musical comedies, symphonic, chamber and choral music; numerous pop songs; 35 film scores. Ч He often makes use of what is known as polystylistics.

Shishakov, Yuri Nikolayevich (b. 1925), composer, teacher. Graduated from the class of M. F. Gnesin (composition) at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow, in 1948. Since 1948, Lecturer (in instrumentation and realization of open score) thereat (from 1966 to 1974, head of the Department of Folk Instruments; since 1977, Professor). Member of the USSR Composers Union (since 1949). Honoured Master of the Arts of the Russian Federation (1971). Ч An oratorio (Songs of the Village of Shushenskoye), 2 symphonies, ensemble and solo compositions for Russian folk instruments. Pedagogical writings; "A Course in Instrumentation for Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra". Ч He made a valuable contribution to the cause of building up the repertoire of Russian folk instruments orchestras, and to that of solo performers on the instruments of the kind.

Chaikin, Nikolai Yakovlevich (b. 1915), composer, teacher. Graduated from the Kiev Conservatoire (in musicology) in 1940; in his student days, he was also studying composition (under L. N. Revutsky, B. S. Kosenko, B. N. Lyatoshinsky) and piano playing (under A. N. Lufer). From 1951 to 1964, Instructor at the Department of Folk Instruments of the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow. Since 1964, on the staff of the Gorky Conservatoire (since 1972, Professor). Member of the USSR Composers Union (since 1944). Honoured Master of the Arts of the Russian Federation (1980). Ч Numerous compositions for symphony orchestra, Russian folk instruments orchestra, brass band, light orchestra; choral and chamber music; solo compositions for various instruments. "A Course in Score Playing (Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra)".Ч His accordion compositions constitute a pivotal chapter in the history of the instrument's music. Ч The Ukrainian Suite was a compulsory item on the programme of the "World Cup" competition in Brugge (Bruges), Belgium, 1971.

Londonov, Pyotr Petrovich (1928-81), composer. Graduated from the class of Ye. I. Messner (composition) at the Moscow Conservatoire. For years, in charge of editions for folk instruments at the Sovetsky Kompozitor publishing house, Moscow. Member of the USSR Composers Union (since 1971). Honoured Master of the Arts of the Russian Federation (1978). Ч Orchestral (Russian folk instruments), choral, piano music. For button accordion: Concerto (accordion and Russian folk instruments orchestra), Sonata, contrapuntal compositions, studies, arrangements of folk songs and dances. ЧAs to his Sonata for button accordion, it was a compulsory item on the programme of the 1st National Competition of Performing Musicians (Folk Instruments) in Moscow, 1972.

Zolotaryov, Vladislav Andreyevich (1942-75), composer. Graduated from the class of N. A. Lesnoi (button accordion) at the Magadan Secondary School of Music in 1968. Thereupon, he was studying composition under R. K. Shchedrin (by way of consul-tation, 1968-69) and under T. N. Khrennikov (at the Moscow Conservatoire, 1971-72). Ч An oratorio (Monument to the Revolution); compositions for symphony orchestra and for chamber orchestra; string quartets; vocal music. Ч His accordion works are justly considered exceptionally important factors in the making of a repertory of original compositions for the multitimbral fixed-and-freebass button-key accordion.

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


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