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Antsiferoff’s Compositions, Arrangements, Transcriptions (1926-1936)

Sub-Series 2: Antsiferoff’s Compositions, Arrangements, Transcriptions (1926-1936)

Box   Folder               Date                              Description                                                               

 

14        10                    1928-1935,                  Liturgical choral music composed or arranged by            

n.d.                              Antsiferoff

 

14        11                    1935                            Liturgical choral music composed or arranged by

Antsiferoff

 

14        12                    n.d.                              Liturgical music by unknown composers (possibly

composed or arranged by Antsiferoff)

 

14        13                    1927-1935,                  Liturgical music by unkown composers (possibly

composed or arranged by Antsiferoff)

 

14        14                    1926, n.d.                    Secular music composed or arranged by Antsiferoff

(“Ob’iasnenie v liub’vi”)

 

14        15                    n.d.                              Secular music composed or arranged by Antsiferoff

(“Kantata na Tat’ianin den,’’ Skazka o zhivopistse,”

“Solomon Levi”)

 

14        16                    1926, n.d.                    Music composed by Antsiferoff to the words of

Kuz’ma Prutkov (pseudonym of A. K. Tolstoi)

(Vianet list,” “Doblestnye studvozusu,” “Drevnei

grecheskoi starukhe,” “Zhelanie byt’ ispantsem,”

“Zvezda i briukho”)

 

14        17                    1927, n.d.                    Music composed by Antsiferoff to the words of

Kuz’ma Prutkov (pseudonym of A. K. Tolstoi)

(“Moi portret,” “Nezabudki i zapiatki – basnia,”

“Nemetskaia ballada,” “Novogrecheskaia pesn’,”

“Osada Pamby,” “Osen’,” “Stan i golos – basnia,”

“Predsmertnoe,” “Cherviak i poad’ia – basnia”)

 

14        18                    n.d.                              Music composed by Antsiferoff to the words of

Kuz’ma Prutkov (pseudonym of A. K. Tolstoi)

(“Chereposlov, sirech’, Frenolog: Operetta v trekh

kartinakh”)

 

14        19                    1930, 1932,                 Music believed to be composed by Antsiferoff to

n.d.                              the words of A. K. Tolstoi (“Oi, stogi, stogi…” “Oi,

chest’ li to molodtsu…” “Pes’nia soloveia,”

“Svatovstvo,” “Spes’,” “Tropar (iz poemy ‘Ioann

Damaskin’), “Charochna moya”)

 

14        20                    1934, n.d.                    Music believed to be composed by Antsiferoff to

the words of A. Kol’tsov (“Pes’nia: ‘Vianet travka

osen’iu…’” “Pes’nia: ‘Ty prosti-proshchai...’”)

 

14        21                    n.d.                              Student songs arranged by Antsiferoff (“Bystry, kak

volny,” “Gaudeamus igitur,” “Zhuravel’,”

“Komarishche,” “Kopernik,” “Matematika,”

“Metelki,” “Nakinuv plashch’,” “Nasha zhizn’

korotka,” “Papa i sultan,” “Slava,” “Statistiki”)

 

14        22                    1926, 1932,                 Individual arrangements of secular song believed to

n.d.                              be arranged by Antsiferoff (“A my prosto seiali…”

“V krovi gorit ogon’,” “Vniz po matushke po

Volge,” “Vo pole bereza stoiala,” “Vozle reki, vozle mostu,” “Zelenyi chert,” “Iz tsarstva vo tsarstvo svobody…”)

 

14        23                    1927, n.d.                    Individual arrangements of secular songs believed

to be arranged by Antsiferoff (“Kozel,” “Kozu li,

zaichata,” “Kolybel’naia,” “Kukushka,” “La

Bemol”)

 

14        24                    1932, n.d.                    Individual arrangements of secular songs believed

to be arranged by Antsiferoff (“Pes’nia o krokodile,” “Poet i tsikady,” “Prishel neotvratimyi den’…” “Svadebnaia,” “Stazh i golos,” “Stikh o Egorii Khrabrom”)

 

14        25                    1927, n.d.                    Individual arrangements of secular songs

believed to be arranged by Antsiferoff (Tat’ianin

den’,” “Umorilas’,” “Shkval,” “Ei Ukhnem…” “Ia

liubliu tebia…”)

 

14        26                    n.d.                              Arrangements of primarily secular songs which

appear together in notebook form (“U prikaznykh

vorot,” “Bystry, kak volny,” “Vozle reki, vozle

mostu,” “Mai,” “Lazar’ bogatyi i Lazar’ bednyi,”

“Nemetskaia ballada,” “Nezabudki i zapiatki,”

“Ballada o Mandarine,” “Krai ty moi,” “Spes’,”

“Charochka moia,” “Zhelanie byt’ ispantsem”)

 

14        27                    n.d.                              Arrangements of primarily secular songs which

appear together in notebook form (“Plenivshis’

rozoi,” “Pes’nia: ‘Vianet travka,’” “Pes’nia: ‘Ty

prosti – proshchai,’” “Nemetskaia ballada,”

“Ballada o Mandarine,” “Vniz po Volge reke,”

“Studencheskaia serenade: ‘Nakinuv plashch’’”)

 

14        28                    n.d.                              Arrangements of primarily secular songs which

appear together in notebook form (“Vniz po

matushke po Volge,” “Povadilsia zhuravel,”

“Statistika,” sketches for other arrangements)

 

14        29                    n.d.                              Arrangements of primarily secular songs which

appear together in notebook form (“Vo pole bereza

stoiala,” “Na Olimpii – studencheskaia pes’nia,”

sketch for “Bystry, kak volny,” “Slava,” “Novaia

serenade,” “Umorilas’”)

 

14        30                    1926, 1927,                 Arrangements of religious and secular songs

n.d.                              which appear together in notebook form (“Skazka o

zhivopisetse,” “Berdiaev, “ “Neravenstvo,” “Krizis

sovremennogo pravoznania (iz lekstii Baikova),”

“Otzhe nash,” “Tebe poem,” “ottsa i syna i sviatogo

dukha,” “Sviatyi bozhe,” “Iz Ioanna Damaskina,”

“Predsmertnoe (prutkov/music kak budto

Musorgskogo)”)

 

14        31                    1930, n.d.                    Arrangements of religious and secular songs which

appear together in notebook form (“Gospodi

pomiluyi,” “Otche nash,” “Nakinuv plashch’,” “V

krovi gorit ogon’,” Kopernik,” “Komdishche,”

“Novogrecheskaia pes’nia,” “Ballada o Mandarine,” “Metelki,” “Kolokola,” “Serenada Don Zhuana (Tchaikovsky),” “Net, uzhe ne vedat’ mne…”)

 

15        1                      1928, 1929,                 Arrangements of religious and secular

n.d.                              songs which appear together in notebook

form (“Otche nash,” “ Milost’ mira,” “Gospodi

polimuyi,” “Dostoino est’,” “Oi, kaby Volga

matushka”)

 

15        2                      n.d.                              Arrangements of primarily secular songs which

appear together in notebook form (“Lauriger

Horatius,” “Osen’,” “Matematika,” “Kopenik,”

“Gaudeamus Igitur,” “Ispanskaia serenade”)

 

15        3                      1926, n.d.                    Transcriptions presumably by Antsiferoff of works

by other composers (“Akh ty, dushechka, krasna

devitsa” – Glinka, “V temnoi poshchi zamolk

solovei” – Nikitin/Grechaninov, “Boris Godunov:

Kartina I” – Mussorgsky, “Dlia beregov otchizy

dal’noi” – Pushkin/Borodin, “Zabudt’ tak skoro!” –

Apukhtin/Tchaikovsky, “Zastupnitse userdnaia…”

– Chesnokov, “K komu predet neschast’e” –

Prutkov/Yakobson)

 

15        4                      n.d.                              Transcriptions presumably by Antsiferoff of works

by other composers (“Kestianskaya pirushka” –

Ippolitov-Ivanov, “Legenda” – Tchaikovsky,

“Sumrak nochi” – Arkangel’sky, “Liubliu tebia

milaia roza” – Glinka, “Liubov’ mertvetsa” –

Lermontov/Tchaikovsky, “Matushka-Golubushka”

– Gurilev, “Mne vse ravno” – Dragomyzhsky,

“Mne snolis vechernee nebo” – Liapunov, “My

sideli s toboi” – Tchaikovsky, “Nad spokoinoi

kholodnoi rekoi” – Liapunov, “Nam zvezdy krotkiia siiala” – Tchaikovsky)

 

15        5                      n.d.                              Transcriptions presumably by Antsiferoff of works

by other composers (“Ozhidanie” – Donaurov,

“Ozhidanie” – Moniushko, “Otch nash” – K.

Kedrov, “Otchego” – Tchaikovsky, “Pes’nia

Varlaama” – Mussorgsky from Boris Godunov,

“Pes’nia Variazhskago Gostia” – Rimski-Korsakov

from the opera Sadko, “Pes’nia Indeiskogo gostia” – Rimski-Korsakov from the opera Sadko, “Prokhodil vse” – Ratgauz/Rachmaninov, “Raskaz Pimena” – Mussorgsky from Boris Godunov, “Rechitativ i aria Borisa” – Mussorgsky from Boris Godunov.

 

15        6                      n.d.                              Transcriptions presumably by Antsiferoff of works

by other composers (“Smert’” – Grechaninov,

“Serenada Don-Zhuana” – A. Tolstogo/Natravnik,

“Spes” – A. Tolstogo/Borodin, “Akh, ty svet,

Liudmila” – Glinka, Mikhail from Ruslan i

Liudmila, “Sred’ shumago bala” – A.

Tolstogo/Tchaikovsky, “Usta moi molchat” –

Belozorov/Bleikhman, “Ia Pomniu vse” – E. P.

Tarkovskaia, “Ia pomniu gluboko…: Elegiia” –

Dargomyzhsky)

 

15        7                      n.d.                              Transcriptions of works by other composers filed

separately because of their poor condition

(“Likhoradushka” – Dargomyzhsky, “Mne snilos’

vechernee nebo” – Liapunov, “Noch’” – Rubenstein,

“Serenada Don Zhuana” – Natravnik, “Stsena i

arioso Lizy” – Tchaikovsky from Pikovaia Dama)

 

15        8                      1928, n.d.                    Music without text for Piano

 

15        9                      1930, n.d.                    Text without music, handwritten on various

types of Paper

 

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