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Box 7

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

Faina Terentiev Collection: Box#7

(102-108) Vocal music by non-Russian composers, translated into
Russian. Folders contain professionally published and
printed sheet music. Entries are filed here alphabetically
by composer (using the order of the Roman alphabet).

102 Bemberg, H., "Chant Hindou: Desperance" ("Indusskaya
pesnya: Otchayanie"). Gosudarstvennoe Izdatel'stvo:
Muzykal'nyi Sektor (‘Inostrannye Pomansy i pesni' series),
Moscow, 1928. Music for voice with piano accompaniment.
Note: Text in both Russian and French.

103 Delibes, L., "Melodii Izbrannoe" (Selected Melodies)
compiled by F. Gershkovich, Muzgiz, 1961 (55 pp.). Music
for voice with piano accompaniment. Collection contains
"Blanche et Rose," "Bonjour, Suzon," "Chanson slave,"
"Kukla" (*originally composed to Russian text, no
French text appears), "Eglogue," "Chanson de l'oiseleur,"
"Serenade de Ruy-Blas," "Heure du soire," "Chanson
espagnole," and "Valse de Coppelia."
Note: Text in both Russian and French.*

(See 108) Fauvre, G., "Le papillon et la fleur," Muzgiz
(‘Kontsertnyi repertuar vokalista' series), Moscow, 1961.
Music for voice with piano accompaniment.
Note: Text in Russian and French.

104 Gounod Ch., "Nella calma D'un belsogno...," Arietta from
Romeo e Giulietta, publisher/date unknown (pages 3-8 of an
unknown publication appear here). Music for soprano voice
with piano accompaniment.
Note: Text in Russian, Italian, and French.

105 Mahler, Gustav, "Izbrannye pesny" (selected songs),
compiled and translated by N. Rozhdestvenskaya, Muzgiz,
Moscow, 1961 (42 pp.). Music for voice with piano
accompaniment. Contains four songs from "12 Lieder aus
‘Des Knaben Wunderhorn'," two songs from "Ruckert-Lieder,"
and two songs from "14 Lieder und Gesange (aus der
Jugenzeit)."
Note: Text in Russian and German.

106 Massenet, J., "Regrets de Manon" ("Zhaloba Manon") from
the opera Manon. Published by A. Gutkheil, Moscow, date?
Music for voice with piano accompaniment.
Note: Text in Russian and French.

107 Moniuszko, Stanislaw, Beginning of Act II: Recitative and
Aria, from Halka, published by Jurgenson, Moscow, date?
Music for voice with piano accompaniment.
Note: Text in Russian only.

108 Sibelius, Jan, "Devushka prishla domoi s progulki," (text
in Russian only) and Fauvre, G., "Le papillon et la
fleur," (text in French and Russian). Muzgiz
(‘Kontsertnyi repertuar vokalista' series), Moscow, 1961.
Music for voice with piano accompaniment.

(109-113) Miscellanious materials, including concert programs, a
music notebook, and sheet music printed in some special
medium.

109 "S. Hurok Presents The Original Don Cossack Chorus and
Dancers, Serge Jaroff conductor: A Great Organ of Human
Voices," created by Hurok Attractions, Inc., NY, NY,
date?. This is apparently a promotional booklet for
Jaroff's Cossack choir. The booklet, written entirely in
English, contains a brief history of the Cossacks, an
essay called "Music of Russia" by Serge Jaroff,
translations of texts sung by the Don Cossack Choir and
numerous black and white photograph of the group
and its leader.
Note: Contains no music.

110 Concert program for the Don Cossack Chorus, Serge Jaroff
conductor at Massey Hall (1944-45 season), Saturday and
Monday evenings Oct. 14th and 16th, 1944. The program of
the concert includes both sacred and secular vocal works
by various composers.
Note: The program has been autographed by seven
members of the choir, including Serge Jaroff.

111 Tetrad' dlya not (notebook with staff paper). Contains
transcriptions of songs written in pen. The pieces all
have titles but no text, the music consists of melody and
chord symbols written above the staff. Includes "Nad
okoshkom mesyats" (Esenin/Popov),"Otgovorila roshcha
zolotaya" (Esenin/Ponomarenko), "Vykkalsya na ozere alyi
svet zari" (Esenin), "Ty menya ne lyubit', ne zhaleesh'"
(Esenin), "Ya podrostok netipichnyi", "Oshibka rezidenta,"
"Nad Kanadoi" (A. Gorodnitskii), "Mezh vysokikh khlebov
zateryalos'..." (Nekrasov), "Bratskie mogily" (Vysotskii),
"Ryushka vodki," "Po Smolenskoi doroge" (Bulat Akudjava),
"Polnochnyi trolleibus" (Bulat Akudjava), "Koroleva"
(Esenin), "Zapregai-ka, bat'ka, loshad'," "Mishka,
Yaponchik" (from the musical "Kotovekii").
Note: The intials "Ya. V." appear on the cover.

112 "Korobeiniki," arranged by A.A. Kaminsky for mixed choir
(1981). Original printed on ‘Vellum,' transparent sheets
with black print.

113 "Nochevala tuchka zolotaya" (Dargomyzhsky) and "Sosna"
(Dmitriev), two trios for soprano, tenor and bass.
Appears in a negative form (black carbon[?] background
with white staff/notes/letters), evidently used to make
copies. Includes two bass parts, two tenor parts,
and one soprano part for each piece.

(114-115) Collections of Russian secular vocal music in English.
114 "A Century of Russian Song: From Glinka to Rachamninoff,"
edited by Kurt Schindler, G. Schirmer, Inc., New York,
1939 (239 pp.). Contains fifty songs by Arensky,
Balakirev, Borodine, Cui, Dargomyzhsky, Glazunov, Glinka,
Mussorgsky, Rachamninov, Rimsky-Korsakov, A. Rubinstein,
Tchaikovsky. Music for voice with piano accompaniment.

115 "Masters of Russian Song, Vol. II," collected and edited
by Kurt Schindler, G. Schirmer, Inc. N.Y.1945 (105 pp.).
Contains 25 songs by Balakirev, Tchaikovsky,
Rimsky-Korsakov, Borodine, Gretchaninov and Rachmaninov.
Music for voice with piano accompaniment.

116 Individual pieces of Russian secular vocal music in
English.
"Far on the road we two journeyed together..." music by M.
Ippolitov-Ivanov, words by D.U. Tsertelev (translated by
Constance Purdy), Oliver Ditson Co. (‘Russian Songs'
series), Boston,date?. Music for voice with piano
accompaniment.

"Russian Picnic," words and music (based on Russian folk
tunes) by Harvey Enders, G. Schirmer (‘G. Schirmer's
Secular Choral Music' series), N.Y., 1946. Music for
four-voice mixed choir with piano accompaniment.

"Two Guitars," (Russian folk song) arranged by Paul Hill,
words by Kermit Lyons. Music for voice with piano
accompaniment.
Note: Item is a photocopy from an unknown
publication.


 

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