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Sheet music for Vladimir Tosić
accordion solo — —
Composed by Vladimir Cosma. Published by Editions Robert Martin (RM.COSM05209).
Alfred Schnittke: Hyronimus Bosch Fragments — Vladimir Spivakov; Alexander Ghindin; Dmitri Kortchak; Moscow Virtuosi; Vladimir Spivakov
— listening CD — Classical
By Vladimir Spivakov; Alexander Ghindin; Dmitri Kortchak; Moscow Virtuosi; Vladimir Spivakov. By Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998). Country of Origin: Austria. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Capriccio (NX.C8011).
— listening CD (10 discs) —
By Vladimir Ashkenazy, Philharmonia Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy. By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Listening CD (10 discs). Published by Decca (NX.4437272).
— listening compact disc —
By Vladimir Ashkenazy, Philharmonia Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy. By Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky (1839-1881). Listening compact disc. Published by Decca (NX.B000797302).
— listening CD (3 discs) —
By Vladimir Vaneev, Vladimir Galusin, Nikolai Ohotnikov. By Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky (1839-1881). Listening CD (3 discs). Published by Decca (NX.B001652502).
Artyomov: On the Threshold of a Bright World — Rostislav Shatayevsky; Helikon Theatre Choir; National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia; Vladimir Ashkenazy; Vladimir Ashkenazy
— CD (1 disc) — Classical
By Rostislav Shatayevsky; Helikon Theatre Choir; National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia; Vladimir Ashkenazy; Vladimir Ashkenazy. By Vyacheslav Artyomov. Country of Origin: Austria. Classical. CD (1 disc). Published by Naxos (NX.DDA25143).
Artyomov: Gentle Emanation, Tristia II — Philip Kopachevsky; Mikhail Philippov (reader); Russian National Orchestra; Vladimir Ponkin; Teodor Currentzis; Vladimir Ponkin; Teodor Currentzis
— CD (1 disc) — Classical
By Philip Kopachevsky; Mikhail Philippov (reader); Russian National Orchestra; Vladimir Ponkin; Teodor Currentzis; Vladimir Ponkin; Teodor Currentzis. By Vyacheslav Artyomov. Country of Origin: Austria. Classical. CD (1 disc). Published by Naxos (NX.DDA25144).
piano — —
Composed by Vladimir Cosma. Published by Editions Robert Martin (RM.COSM05206).
concert band — conductor's score —
Composed by Vladimir Cosma. Arranged by Vladimir Cosma. Film and TV Music. Conductor's score. Duration 5 minutes. Published by Editions Robert Martin (RM.COSM05136-CO).
Piano,Piano Duet — Score — 20th Century,Movies,Repertoire,Classroom
Composed by Vladimir Cosma. Arranged by P. Petrof. 20th Century, Movies, Repertoire, Classroom. Score. 4 pages. Published by Peter Petrof (S0.115977).
- MELANGE for piano, kettle drum, gong and cymbal, 1975.
- FUSION for chamber orchestra, 1978.
- DF/FUSION for two pianos, 1982.
- CHROMOSERIE for piano, harpsichord celesta and electrical piano, 1982.
- DIF/FUSION for guitar, 1984.
- 4 IN/DEPENDENT EVENTS for string quartet, wind quintet, marimba and vibraphone and two pianos, 1985.
- ARIOS for mixed choir and piano, or kettle drums, ad libitum, 1986.
- INFUSION for bassoon solo, 1987/90.
- FUSION for flute solo, 1988.
- FISSION for piano, 1988/90.
- FISSION for guitar, 1989/90.
- VARIAL for piano, 1990. (also version for orchestra; piano trio; organ; wind quintet etc.)
- FLORAL for flute and piano, 1991.
- ALUDIUM for piano, 1991.
- DUAL for flute and double bass, 1992. (also version for orchestra; string orchestra; piano; two pianos; two guitars; piano trio; string trio etc.)
- OSTIAL for piano, 1991/93.
- TRIAL for two pianos, 1994. (also version for orchestra; two pianos and orchestra, two pianos)
- ETHNAL for flute and piano, 1995.
- VOXAL for soprano and piano, 1995. (also version for piano and string orchestra; flute and piano)
- QUINTAL for flute and piano, 1999.
- QUINTAL for mixed choir, 1999.
- SPINAL for harpsichord, 2000.
- ALTUS for bass and piano, 2001. (also version for chamber orchestra, sax, clarinet and piano etc.)
- ACCORDAL accordion, marimba and double bass, 2002.
- PRELUDES for guitar, 2003.
- GVAL for clarinet, 2003.
- ECHO for two pianos, 2005.
- MOTUS for two pianos and eight hands, 2005.
- ARCUS for soprano and piano, 2005.
- CANON for female choir, 2005.
- SILABIAL for flute, bassoon and piano, 2005.
- SEQUAL for flute, vibraphone and marimba, 2006.
- LAMENT for oboe and piano, 2006.
- MELANGE, CD 431050, PGP RTS 2000.
Vladimir Tošić (b.Belgrade, Serbia, 1949), composer, multimedia artist and professor at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. He graduated as a composer from the same faculty in the class of Vasilije Mokranjac.
Artistic work: Vladimir Tošić appeared as an author while still studying at concerts in his country (Belgrade, Zagreb, Ljubljana) as well as abroad (France, Hungary, Italy, USA). Of all the significant concert appearances the following can be singled out: a number of recitals in Belgrade, Novi Sad, Zagreb, 1978-1994; three appearances at the Zagreb Musical Biennial (1983-1987) and abroad at the Festival of Experimental Music in Bourges (France 1982) and the New Music and Art Festival in Bowling Green (Ohio, USA 1987, 2000), International Glass Music Festival in Philadelphia (USA, 2000) festival Musica Nova in Sao Paulo (Brasil, 2000, 2001), New Music Miami ISCM Festival (Miami, 2002), Spaziomusica Festival, Sardegna (Italy 2003), International Festival of Contemporary Music, Lima (Peru, 2004), Deutsches minimal music festival, Kassel, (2005), New Music Festival Duluth, (USA, 2006), International New Music Festival in Las Vegas, (USA, 2006)… Vladimir Tošićc won first prize at the composition competition Thomas Bloch (Paris, 2000).
Stylistic orientation: The basic approach in his artistic endeavour is the reductionistic principle of composing. All his pieces are based on particularly small number or various elements, sometimes even a single one (timbre, rhythm, harmony...).
One of the essential and remarkable characteristics of the creative work of Vladimir Tošić is the processual organization. Thus his composition is created by a gradual development or the initial core with the use of a chosen procedure and no abrupt changes or clashes or different musical materials. The sound material is more often than not based on the tones of harmonic series since it is both neutral and comprehensive prototype of sound. The compositions are mainly of a symmetrical arc form with a simultaneous rise and fall of the parametres. Therefore almost every composition of Vladimir Tosic may be said to have certain significant and noticeable common characteristics: processual organization, symmetrical arc form, repetition and insisting on timbre.
The book about group composers/performers OPUS 4
edition Student Cultural Center, Belgrade, 2001.