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Box 4

Sergei Boldyrev Liturgical Music Collection and Faina Terentieva Secular Vocal Music Collection

Faina Terentieva Collection, Russian secular vocal sheet music: Box#4

Folder # Description
(1-23) Collections of secular Russian vocal music (folk songs,
romances, operatic arias). Unless otherwise specified,
all items are printed and bound.

1 "Aria i Romansy iz Repertuara N. Zabely-Vrubel'," L.
Barsova, compiler, Izdatel'stvo "Muzyka," Leningradskoye
Otdelenie, 1977 (80 pp.). For soprano with piano
accompaniment. Arias by Rimski-Korsakov, Chaikovsky,
Verdi, and Puccini (the latter translated into Russian)
and romances by various composers.

2 "Vecher Starinnogo Romansa," (Series: "Repertuarnyi
Sbornik"), foreward by Yurii Yakushev,
Izadatel'stvo "Iskusstvo," 1974 (108 pp.). For voice and
piano accompaniment. Contains romances with lyrics by
various authors and music by various composers.

3 "Dorogoi Dlinnoyu, Popularnye Romansy," N. Kol'tsov,
compiler, Izadatel'stvo "Muzyka," Moskva, 1970 (63 pp.).
For voice with piano accompaniment. Contains romances
with lyrics by various authors and music by various
composers.

4 "Kazach'i Pesni: Sbornik Pervyi," (Kazach'ya Biblioteka
No. 8), compiler unknown, Izdanie Zhurnala "Na Kazach'em
Postu" (46 pp.). Includes texts for Cossack marching
songs, dance songs, and several Cossack anthems. Music
appears for selected texts (with and without divisi
and/or piano accompaniment).
Note: Inscription on front cover to "I.I. Dolinkov
(?)" from the anonymous compiler, 20/9/1944.

5 "Lyubimye Pesni: Pesennik (Vypusk 5)," E. Sirotkii,
compiler, Izadatel'stvo "Musyka," Leningrad, 1974 (65
pp.). Contains melodies and chord progressions for texts
of folk songs, old romances, songs by Soviet composers,
and songs in translation by foreign composers.

6 "Na Odnoi Zemle s Toboi, Pesni na Stikhi Kima Ryzhova," V.
Grigorenko, ed., Izdatel'stvo "Sovetskii Kompozitor,"
Moskva, 1968 (36 pp.). Voice with piano accompaniment.
Music to the lyrics of Kim Ryzhov by A. Kolker, A. Petrov,
V. Shepovalov, and A. Vladimirtsov.

7 "Novye Vokal'nye Proizvedeniya," Yu. Keldysh, ed.,
Prilozhenie k Zhurnalu "Sovetskaya Muzyka," 1957 (32
pp.). Voice with piano accomapaniment. Six works by six
different composers on the lyrics of six different authors
(three are translated, the final piece is an anonymous
folk song arrangement).

8 "Pesennik," compiler unknown, Izdanie Yunosheskogo Otdela
Russkogo Studencheskogo Khristianskogo Dvizheniya, Paris
(year?) (98 pp.). Melodies (occasionally with divisi, no
accompaniment) and lyrics for folk songs and romances.
Composer/lyricist not indicated for traditional folk
songs.

9 "Pesennik Rossiiskago Voina, 1721-1921; The Russian
Warrior's Songbook," Volume I, compiled and arranged by V.
Mantulin, V. Mantulin, NY, 1970 (95 pp.). "A collection
of soldier's, seaman's, Cossack, regimental volunteer
units', military academy and cadet songs, including the
anthems and chorals which were most frequently sung in the
Imperial Army and Navy in four-voiced a capella
arrangement." Includes English translations. Where
applicable, lyricist and composer are indicated.

10 "Pesni," compiled by Pavel Yur'yan, publisher?, year? (162
pp.). Folk songs, romances, and a few liturgical pieces
in two, three or four-voice arrangements. Contains
anonymous works and works by both Russian and foreign
composers (translated Russian).

11 "Pesni Radio i Kino," 170 vypusk, V . Marutaev, ed.,
Izdatel'stvo "Muzyka", Moskva, 1972 (26 pp.). Voice with
piano accompaniment. Contains music to the 50th
anniversary of Soviet Education, songs of Soviet cinema,
‘New Songs,'songs ‘at your request and songs of theforeign
stage and cinema (translated into Russian).

12 "Repertuar Samodeyatel'nykh Muzykal'nykh Kollektivov,"
vypusk 17, E. Leonov, ed., Izdatel'stvo "Muzyka," Moskva,
1975 (64 pp.). For each piece, includes an arrangement for
two-voice choir, three-voice single-sex choir, three-voice
mixed choir and four-voice mixed choir all with piano
accompaniment. Contains three pieces: "Mgnoveniya" by M.
Tariverdiev, "Berezovyi Sok" by V. Basner and "Drozdy" by
V. Shainskii.
Note: the original owner's name "Dmitry Zabrotsky"
is written on the dust jacket and the title page.

13 "Romansy Sovyetskikh Kompozitorov Na Stikhi Rabindranata
Tagora," compiled by N. Rozhdestvenskaya, Gosudarstvennoe
Muzykal'noe Izdatel'stvo, Moskva, 1962 (57 pp.). Music
for voice with piano accompaniment to the words of
Rabindranat Tagor by M. Ippolitov-Ivanov, S. Vasilenko, A.
Dzegelenok, F. Nadenenko, M. Osokin, Vl. Vlasov.

14 "Russkie Narodnye Pesni i Pesni Nashikh Dnei," first
edition, compiler unknown, Russian Language Specialties,
Chicago, IL, 1965 (20 pp.). A capella arangements of
Russian folk songs by various composers. Newer songs by
various composers and lyricists appear with text and
melody only. The final piece "Pesnya o Druge" includes
piano accompaniment and a version translated into English
("My Friend").

15 "Russkie Khory dlya Smeshanykh Golosov," Izdanie I.A.
Mel'nikova, (stamped as the property of Jurgenson
Publishing in St. Petersburg), printed by Yu. P.
Semechkinoi, St. Petersburg, approved by censors in 1895
(43 pp. each). This folder contains four part-books:
soprano, alto, tenor and bass. Contains songs by Veimarn,
Napravnik, Kyun, Kazachenko, Chaikovskii, and Shenk.
Note: The name of the original owner "Aga Hiron"
(?) appears on the dust cover of each part-book.
The tenor part is stamped "made in Galicia."

16 "Russkie Khory dlya Smeshanykh Golosov," second edition,
Izdanie I.A. Mel'nikova, (stamped as the property of
Jurgenson Publishing in St. Petersburg), printed by Yu. P.
Semechkinoi, St. Petersburg, date? (16 pp. each). This
folder contains four part-books: soprano, alto, tenor
and bass. Contains songs by Krushevskii, Polyakov, Shenk.
Note: The name of the original owner "Aga Hiron"
(?) appears on the dust cover of each part-book.
The soprano part is stamped "made in Galicia."

17 "Song Book of the Russian Student Choir," Vol. 1, compiler
unknown, Defense Language Institute, 1965 (134 pp.).
Contains four-part a capella arrangement of folk songs,
Cossack dances, student songs, military songs, some
liturgical material . For the most part, composers are
not indicated. English translations provided for most of
the texts.
Note: Includes a "Short Guide to Reading Music" at
the beginning. There is a handwritten inscription
to "Serezhen'ka" (Sergei Boldyrev) from Natasha
Kosoleva(?), 30.11.91, Toronto.

18 "Song Book of the Russian Student Choir," Vol. 2, compiler
unknown, Defense Language Institute, 1965 (153 pp.).
Contains four-part a capella arrangement of folk songs,
Cossack dances, student songs, military songs, some
liturgical material . For the most part, composers are
not indicated. English translations provided for most of
the texts.
Note: Contains a supplemental Russian English
glossary at the back of the collection.

19 "Starinnye Val'sy," compiled by I. Nazarenko, Izdatel'stvo
"Muzyka," Moskva 1970 (79 pp.). Music for voice with
piano accompaniment. Contains popular waltzes of the 19th
and 20th centuries as well as romances written in the
form of a waltz. Compositions and arrangements by
various composers.
Note: There are two copies of this item. One copy
contains the original owner's name, ‘Galina
Dobrich,' on the dust cover.

20 "Starinnye Pesni i Romansy Dlya Semistrunnoi Gitary,"
compiled and arranged by M. Minin, Izdatel'stvo "Muzyka,"
Moskva, 1966 (27 pp.). Music for voice and seven-string
guitar. Contains romances from the second half of the
19th century. Words by various poets/lyricists and
music by various composers.
Note: The name ‘Galina Dobrich' is written on the
dust cover.

21 "Starinnye Russkie Romansy," compiled by L. Mezentseva,
Izdatel'stvo "Muzyka," Moskva, 1974 (79 pp.). Music for
voice and piano. Old romances (mainly 19th century) by
both well-known and more obscure composers.

22 "Umchalis' Goda... : Starinnye Romansy dlya golosa s
fortepiano," compiled by B. D. Gofman, Izdatel'stvo
"Muzyka," Moskva, 1977 (46 pp.). Music for voice and
piano. Romances by various lyricists/composers.

23 "Sbornik Starinn. Romansov," (actual dust cover/title-page
missing, this is handwritten on the list of contents),
compiler/publisher/date unknown (list of songs indicates
that they are 70 pages in this collection, there are only
58 of those here, ending with "Pridi Milyi Moi."). Music
for voice with piano accompaniment. Romances written and
arranged by various composers.
Note: The name ‘Galina Dobrich' (Dovbich?) appears
handwritten at the top of the list of songs. This
collection, formerly bound, is now taped
together).

(24-26) Collections of Ukrainian secular vocal music.

24 "201 Ukrains'kikh Narodnikh Pisen'," compiler unknown,
Ukrainian Music Publishing Co. "Surma," NY, 1954 (141
pp.). Piano rescension of folk songs and Cossack songs
with text in Ukrainian.

25 "Muzika do Kobzarya: Music to the Words of Taras
Shevchenko,"compiler unknown, "Surma" Book and Music Co.,
NY 1954 (95 pp.). Music for soprano or alto with piano
accompaniment. 32 songs to the words of Taras Shevchenko
by Lisenko, Zarembi and Markevich.

26 "Spivayut' Sestri Baiko," compiled by Anatolii
Kos-Anatol'skii, Kinobo-zhurnal'ne Vidavnitstvo, L'viv,
1959 (74 pp.). Music for female trio with piano
accompaniment. Contains songs by Ukrainian composers and
arrangements of Ukrainian folk songs from the repertoir of
the Baiko sisters.
Note: The name and address of ‘Anna Nicholls'
appear on the title page of this collection.

(27-43) Collections of secular vocal works in Russian by a single
arranger or composer. Filed alphabetically by composer.

27 Akimenko, F. O., "Romansy i Pesni na Slova Ukrainskikh
Poetov," M. P. Belaieff, 1937 (9 pp.). Music for voice and
piano to the words of Ukrainian poets. Texts appear in
Ukrainian, Russian and French. Contains "V pesne-muki,"
"Ne udivlyaisya," and "Ne zal'etsya pesnei serdtse."

28 Aleksandrov, A. V., "Pesni i Khory," S.I. Smirnov, ed.,
Voennoe Izdatel'stvo Ministerstva Oborony SSSR, Moskva,
1965 (119 pp.). Music for voice with bayan accompaniment.
Folk song arrangements, Soviet army songs, music to the
words of various poets by A.V. Aleksandrov.

29 Balakirev, M., "Sbornik Russkikh Narodnykh Pesen'," M.P.
Belyaev (Jurgenson Publishing), Leipzig, 1895 (table of
contents lists 80 pages, but only 18 are present here).
Music for voice and piano accompaniment. Arangements of
Russian folk song by M. Balakirev.

30 Blanter, M., "Pesni na Slova B. Okudzhavy," Vsesoyuznoe
Izdatel'stvo Sovetskii Kompozitor, Moskva, 1969 (22 pp.).
Music for voice with piano accompaniment. Music to the
words of B. Okudzhava by M. Blanter.

31 Germanov, S., "Romansy i Pesni," V. Zharov, ed.,
Izdatel'stvo "Muzyka," Moskva, 1971 (43 pp.). Music for
voice with piano accompaniment. Music to the words of
various poets by S. Germanov.

32 Dyubyuk, A., "Romansy," compiled by R. Dobkina,
Izdatel'stvo "Muzyka," Leningrad, 1973 (47 pp.). Music
for voice with piano accompaniment. Music to words of
various poets by A. Dyubyuk.

33 Leontovich, N., "Chetyre Khory: Ukrainskie Narodnye
Pesni," M. Yu. Mirkin, ed., Vserossiiskoe Khorovoe
Obshchestvo, Moskva, 1960 (includes full score, 11 pp.,
and four part books, soprano, alto, tenor, bass). Choral
music in four-part arrangement. Arrangements of Ukrainian
folk songs ("Pryalya," "Za gorodom kachki plivut',"
"Shchedrik," and "Dudarik") by N. Leontovich.

34 Malashkin, L.D., "Starinnye Romansy," compiled by V.S.
Malashkin, Izdatel'stvo "Muzyka," Leningrad, 1972 (34
pp.). Music for voice with piano accompaniment. Music by
L.D. Malashkin to his own lyrics as well as the words of
A. Kol'tsov.

35 Ponomarenko, G., "Rastet v Volgograde Berezka: Popularnye
Pesni v Soprovozhdanii Bayana, Vypusk 74," P. Teplov, ed.,
Izadatel'stvo "Muzyka," 1968 (58 pp.). Music for voice
and accompaniment by bayan. Music to the words of various
lyricists by G. Ponomarenko.

36 Rebikov, V., "Detskii Mir: 25 Detskikh Trekhgolosnykh
Khorov dlya Shkol," Compiler unknown, Yurgenson, Moskva,
date? (11 pp.).
Music for voice without accompaniment. The complete
collection ought to include parts for a three-voice
children's choir, only the first voice part appears here.
25 songs, music by V. Rebikov to the lyrics of Kol'stsov,
Lermontov, Tumanskii, Zhukovskii, Tolstoi, Maikov,
Pushkin, Kukol'nik, and Nikitin.
Note: On the top of front cover: "Property of L.
Pisarev

37 Rimsky-Korsakov, N., Title unknown (titlt page/dust jacket
missing), compiler/editor/publisher unknown, date?
(Includes pp. 5-60, no table of contents). Music in
four-part arrangements (male choir and mixed choir) with
piano accompaniment. Contains: "Vakkhicheskaya pesnya"
(words by Pushkin), "Staraya pesnya" (words by Kol'tsov),
"Mesyats Plyvet" (words by Lermontov), "Poslednyaya tucha
pazseyannoi buri" (Pushkin), "Molitva" (Pushkin).

38 Sveshnikov, A.V., "Dvadtsat' Shest' Russkikh Narodnykh
Pesen," compiler unknown, Gosudarstvennoe Muzykal'noe
Izdatel'stvo, Moskva, 1948 (73 pp.). This item is a stack
of xerox copies, not a printed original. 26 arrangments of
Russian folk song for four-part chorus without
accompaniment by A.V. Sveshnikov.

39 Solov'ev-Sedoi, V., "Pesni," G. Krasnov, ed., Sovetskii
Kompozitor, Leningrad, 1963 (106 pp.).
Music for voice (and choir) with piano accompaniment.
Songs by V. Solov'ev-Sedoi, primarily from the stage and
film. Words by various lyricists.

40A Stone, Gregory, "Gypsy Memories: Tsyganskie Otgoloski,"
compiled and arranged by Gregory Stone, Edward B. Marks
Music Corporation, 1936 (42 pp.). "Twelve favorite gypsy
romances for voice and piano." Contains texts in English
and Russian.

40B Strok, Oskar, Title unknown, Edition ‘Kazanova,' Riga
1937. (pp. 3-6 and 11-16 from an unknown publication
appear here). Contains arrangements of "I l'yotsya
pesnya," "Vozle lesa u reki," Divnyya ochi," "My tol'ko
znakomy," "Ty uspokoi menya," "Lyubov' proshla,"
"Novaya derevnya," and "Zhili 12 razboinikov" by Oskar
Strok.
Note: "Otdel'nye noty N3 Oskara Stroka"
(individual sheet music of Oskar Strok Number 3)
is written on page 3.

41 Taneev, S., "Desyat' Stikhotvorenii iz Sbornika Ellis
‘Immorteli,'" Rossiiskii Muzykal'nyi Izdatel'stvo,
Berlin-Moscow, 1909 (48 pp., last pages are missing).
Music for one voice and piano accompaniment. Contains
twelve poems set to music by S. Taneev. Texts by Th.
Moore, Dante Alighieri, Maeterlink, Ch. Baudelaire, S.
Prud'homme, Rodenbach, J. M. Heredia, Ch. D' Orias,
Nitzsche. Texts in Russian and German.

42 Cherepnin, N., "6 Romansov," M.P. Belyaev, Leipzig, 1900
(25 pp.). Music for voice and piano accompaniment. 6
romances by N. Cherepnin: "Osennee" (Lyalechin), "Na
vodakh pokoi glubokii" (Kutuzov), "Kolybel' moya kachalas'
u Siona" (Maikov), "Sleti k nam tikhii vecher,"
"Rozy" (Kupernik), "Kolybel'naya" (Lermontov).

43 Shvedov, K., "Pesni Russkago Naroda v Arrangirovke K.
Shvedova: Songs of the Russian People arranged by C.
Shvedov (Vol. 2)," Federated Russian Orthodox Clubs, NY,
1939 (36 pp.). Music arranged for mixed voices in
four-part harmony. 16 Russian folk songs arranged by
Shvedov. Texts in Russian and English.
Note: There three copies of this item.


 

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