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Liste des compositions
Opera e musica lirica
Musica da camera
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Sheet music for Boris Liatochinski
flute (violin, viola, mandolin, recorder) and guitar — Score —
Dedicated to Boris Bjorn Bagger. Composed by Lepo Sumera (1950-2000). Edited by Boris Bjorn Bagger. Score. Duration 8'50. Edition 49 #e49 90549-01. Published by Edition 49 (E4.E49-90549-01).
Anton Arensky: Piano Quintet in D Major, Op. 51 - String Quartet No. 2 in A Minor, Op. 35 - Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 32 — Boris Brovtsyn; Alexander Sitkovetsky; Maxim Rysanov; Boris Andrianov; Jens Peter Maintz; Eldar Nebolsin; Frank Dodge
— CD — Classical
By Boris Brovtsyn; Alexander Sitkovetsky; Maxim Rysanov; Boris Andrianov; Jens Peter Maintz; Eldar Nebolsin; Frank Dodge. By Anton Stepanovich Arensky (1861-1906). Classical. CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8573317).
alto saxophone, piano (Sax/Klav, Saxophon/Klavier) — Sheet Music (Bachformat (230 x 302)) — Modern
Composed by Boris Mersson (1921-). Edited by Boris Mersson. Saxophone (KA/SL, Klavierauszug/Solostimme. Gh, Geheftet.). Modern. Sheet Music (Bachformat (230 x 302)). 27 pages. Edition Kunzelmann #GM-937. Published by Edition Kunzelmann (PE.GM937).
Eine kleine Nachtmusik, KV 525, 1. Satz, Allegro, Laudate dominum, aus Vesperae,solennes de Confessore KV 339, Sonate KV 331, Thema, Variationen, Menuetto und Alla turca (turkischer Marsch), Ave verum, KV 618, Sonate. Composed by Detlef Tewes; Boris Bjorn Bagger. Edited by Boris Bjorn Bagger / Detlef Tewes. Duration 72'00. Published by Edition 49 (E4.CD-02023-01).
— Score And Parts —
Opera Chamber for soloists (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone) and 7 Baroque instruments, video obtainable / video available. Composed by Boris Yoffe. Edited by Boris Yoffe. Score And Parts. Duration 70'00. Published by Edition 49 (E4.E49-06002-10).
Kadenz zum Konzert fur Violoncello und orchestral music B-Dur v. M. Haydn (zugeschrieben) — Boris (Zu Haydn M.) Pergamenschikow
cello — —
Composed by Boris (Zu Haydn M.) Pergamenschikow. Arranged by Boris Pergamenschikow. String music. 4 pages pages. Doblinger Music Publishers #03-00744. Published by Doblinger Music Publishers (DB.03-00744).
— CD — Classical
By Boris Christoff, Helge Roswaenge, Hilde Zadek, Margarete Klose, Orchestra Sinfonica della RAI di Roma, Rosanna Carteri, and Wiener Philharmoniker. By Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) and Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Classical. CD. Naxos #DAT12323. Published by Naxos (NX.DAT12323).
Piano Solo — Individual Part — Contemporary Classical,Neo-Classical,Valentine's Day,Pop,New Age
Composed by Boris Sevastyanov. Contemporary Classical, Neo-Classical, Valentine's Day, Pop, New Age. Individual Part. 4 pages. Published by Boris Sevastyanov (S0.637613).
— Piano Vocal — Classical
Composed by Boris Bergman and Marie Paule Belle, Boris Bergman, and Marie Paule Belle. Classical. Piano Vocal. 3 pages. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music (HX.452087).
— Piano Vocal — Classical
Composed by Boris Bergman and Marie Paule Belle, Boris Bergman, and Marie Paule Belle. Classical. Piano Vocal. 3 pages. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music (HX.452111).
Lyatoshynsky’s works are indebted to Schumann, Borodin, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff, but also to Scriabin and French impressionism. During the 1920s his music was influenced by the new musical language of Western Europe, atonality, but due to the cultural pressure of the Soviet regime enforcing the principles of "Socialist realism" this period only lasted until the end of the 1920s. Until the mid 1950s accusations of decadence, formalism and cacophony levelled at him in official discussions of his work. In his later oeuvre he simplified his harmonies and explored new ways of employing Slavic folklore to the enrichment of art music, which resulted in a mixture of traditional cadential harmony and multilayered polyphony with complex concentrations of dissonance. He collected and arranged folk music. Among his other works are two operas ("The Golden Hoop" 1930, "Shchors — the Commander" 1938), five String Quartets dated 1915 to 1944, film and incidental music, concertos, several piano works (e.g.: Piano Sonata No. 1, 1924), cantatas, choral works and songs, orchestral works (including several suites, symphonic poems and five symphonies), e.g.: Symphony No. 1 op. 2 (1917–19), Symphony No. 2 op. 26 (1935–36, revised 1940), Symphony No. 3 op. 50 (1951, revised 1954), the symphonic ballade "Grazhyna" (1955, written in memory of the Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz), Symphony No. 4 op. 63 (1963), Symphony No. 5 op. 67 ("Slavonic", 1966)
Lyatoshynsky, a schoolmaster’s son, early received musical skills and developed into a kind of "child prodigy". From 1913 to 1918 he studied law at the University of Kiev and also composition with Reingol’d Moritsovich Glière until 1919, when he himself became a teacher at the Kiev Conservatory. From 1935 to 1938 and from 1941 to 1944 he also taught at the Moscow Conservatory. He also worked as a conductor. Kara Karayev, Leonid Grabovsky and Valentin Silvestrov were among his pupils.