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|Myroslav • Мирослав Михайлович||Skoryk • Скорик • Skorik|
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Opera en lyrische muziek
Sheet music for Miroslav Skorik
guitar orchestra — —
Composed by Miroslav Loncar. 16 pages. Les Productions d'OZ - Digital #DZ 1467. Published by Les Productions d'OZ - Digital (ZZ.DZ-1467).
guitar — —
Nach Volksweisen aus Medjimurje. Composed by Miroslav Miletic. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Gitarren-Archiv (Guitar Archive). Composed 1974. 4 pages. Schott Music #GA 437. Published by Schott Music (HL.49010851).
flute, piano — performance score, part(s) — Classical
Per flauto e piano. Composed by Miroslav Kubicka. Czech title: Sonatina pro fletnu a klavir. Classical. Performance score, part(s). Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H07890. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H07890).
violin, piano — performance score, part(s) — Classical
Fur Violine und Klavier. Composed by Miroslav Kubicka. Czech title: Sonata pro housle a klavir. Classical. Performance score, part(s). With Publication language: Czech/German/English. Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H07916. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H07916).
4 guitars — —
Composed by Miroslav Loncar. Published by Les Productions d'OZ (DZ.DZ-1623).
trombone & piano — Solo and piano accompaniment — 20th Century
Composed by Miroslav Krejci. 20th Century. Solo and piano accompaniment. Published by Cherry Classics (CY.CC2296).
flute, piano — performance score, part(s) — Teaching Manuals
Composed by Miroslav Hlavac. Czech title: Dve pastorale. Teaching Manuals. Performance score, part(s). With Publication language: Czech. Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H07149. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H07149).
string orchestra — Score — Classical, orchestral music
Composed by Miroslav Hlavac. Czech title: Postludium pro smy covy orchestr. Classical, orchestral music. Score. With Publication language: Czech/German. Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H06664. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H06664).
double bass, piano — performance score, part(s) — Classical
Rondo. Composed by Miroslav Kubicka. Classical. Performance score, part(s). With Publication language: Czech/German/English. Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H07982. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H07982).
Piano Accompaniment,Trombone — Score,Solo Part — 21st Century,20th Century,Romantic Period,Modern
Composed by Krejci, Miroslav. 21st Century, 20th Century, Romantic Period, Modern. Score, Solo Part. 21 pages. Published by Cherry Classics Music (S0.598617).
- 2001 "Moses" ("Mojsej"), opera after I.Franko (in Ukrainian) (prod.: L’viv, 2002)
- 1998 Partita no.7 for wind quintet
- 1996 Partita no.6 for string quartet
- 1994 "A-RI-A" for cello (or violin) and piano
- 1991 Sonata no.2 for violin and piano
- 1984 Concerto for cello and symphony orchestra
- 1982 Concerto no.2 for piano and symphony orchestra
- 1979 Toccata for piano
- 1978 "Harlequin’s Songs" ("Pisni Arlekina"), children’s musical (prod.: Kiev, 1978)
- 1977 Concerto no.1 for piano and symphony orchestra
- 1977 "Na Rusalchyn Velykden’" ("At the Rusalkas’ Easter"), one-act opera, achieving, editing and orchestration M.Leontovych (prod.: Kiev, 1977)
- 1975 Partita no.5, cycle of pieces for piano
- 1974 Partita no.4 for symphony orchestra
- 1974 Partita no.3 for string orchestra (version: for sting quartet)
- 1974 "Try ukrajins’ki vesil’ni pisni" ("Three Ukrainian Wedding Songs") for voice and symphony orchestra
- 1973 Suite from the music to play "Kaminnyj hospodar" ("Stone Host") by Lesja Ukrajinka for symphony orchestra
- 1973 Three Fantasies from L’viv Lute 16th-Century Tablature - arrangement for chamber orchestra
- 1972 Concerto "Carpathian" for symphony orchestra
- 1970 "0:0 v nashu pol’zu" ("0:0 to Our Win"), musical comedy (prod.: Kharkiv, 1970)
- 1970 Partita no.2 for chamber orchestra
- 1969 Concerto for violin and symphony orchestra
- 1969 "Recitatives and Rondeau" for piano trio
- 1967 "Kamenjari", one-act ballet after I.Franko (prod.: L’viv, 1967)
- 1966 Partita no.1 for strings
- 1966 "Iz Dytjachoho al’bomu" ("From the Children’s Album"), cycle of (5) pieces for piano
- 1965 "Gucul’s’kyj tryptykh" ("Hutsul Triptych") for symphony orchestra
- 1964 "Chelovek" ("The Human Being"), cantata on verses by E.Mezhelajtis (in Russian) for soloists, chorus and symphony orchestra
- 1964 "Burlesque" for piano
- 1964 "Blues" for piano
- 1963 Sonata no.1 for violin and piano
- 1963 "Sil’nee smerti" ("More Strong than Death"), poem for symphony orchestra
- 1962 Four Romances on verses by T.G.Shevchenko for voice and piano (version: for voice and strings)
- 1961 Suite for strings
- 1961 Variations for piano
- 1960 "Vesna" ("The Spring"), cantata on verses by I.Franko (in Ukrainian) for soloists, chorus and symphony orchestra
- 1960 "Waltz", poem for symphony orchestra
- 1959 "U Karpatakh" ("In the Carpathian Mountains"), cycle of pieces for piano
- "Requiem" for chorus, soloists and orchestra
- "Album Leaf", nostalgic reverie for solo piano (version: for string quartet)
- "Carpathian Rhapsody" for clarinet and piano
- "Melody" for piano solo (versions: for string orchestra and for string quartet)
- "Three Jazz Pieces" for 4-hands piano
Pieces for variety ensembles.
Songs to theatre plays and to more than 40 films, including "Tini zabutykh predkiv" ("Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors") by producer S.Paradzhanov after Ukrainian writer M.Kotsiubyns’ky.
Born in L’viv (then Poland, now Ukraine) on July 13, 1938. He came from an educated Ukrainian family (his grandmother was a sister of an eminent opera singer Solomea Krushelnyts’ka). He began learning music at music school in L’viv in 1945. In 1947 the Skoryks were repressed on political grounds and deported to Siberia. After J.Stalin’s death they were allowed to return to L’viv, where he studied at the L’viv State V.Lysenko Conservatoire (now L’viv Music Academy) under Professors Stanislav Ljudkevych, Roman Simovych and Adam Soltys (composition class of A.Soltys, music history and theory class of S.Ljudkevych) in 1955-1960.
Since 1963 he has lectured at L’viv Conservatoire and since 1966 at Kiev State P.I.Tchaikovsky Conservatoire (now National Music Academy of Ukraine), lecturing music theory and composition (since 1971 as a Docent, since 1985 as a Professor). He has taught a number of well-known composers.
His output includes various musical genres: an opera, a ballet, a “Requiem”, concertos (1 for orchestra, 1 for cello with orchestra, 3 piano concertos and 2 violin ones), pieces for orchestra, various ensembles, solo piano etc. (in particular, 7 partitas for various instrumentations); music to numerous films and theatre plays; jazz and popular music.
He edited Ukrainian classic operas “Na Rusalchyn Velykden’” by Mykola Leontovych, “Kupalo” by Anatol’ Vakhnjanyn, “Roksoljana” by Denys Sichyns’kyj.
Stylistically he has continued traditions of the L’viv composers’ school, organically united with various primary genres; he has given an individual modern vision of the Ukrainian, especially Carpathian folklore, L’viv urban and salon music as well as contemporary popular music, first of all jazz.
His works have been regularly performed in Ukraine, in other countries former Soviet republics, in Germany, France, Austria, The Netherlands, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Great Britain as well as in the USA, Canada and Australia. He has often performed his own works as conductor and pianist.
PhD in musicology (1967). The author of the monographies “S.Prokofiev’s Modal System” (Kiev, “Muzychna Ukrajina”, 1969), and “Structure and Expressiveness of Accordics in the 20th-Century Music” (Kiev, “Muzychna Ukrajina”, 1984).
He was awarded many titles and awards: Honoured in Arts of Ukraine (1969), People’s Artist of Ukraine (1988), Ukrainian Republic Komsomol M.Ostrovsky Prize (1968), Ukrainian State (now National) T.Shevchenko Prize (1987), “Sign of Honour” Soviet Order (1971), and Ukrainian President’s “For Merits” Orden (3rd degree, 1998).
Member of the Ukrainian Composers’ Union and its Secretary (1968-), Head of the Board of the L’viv Branch (1988-).