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Box 2

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

Liturgical Music In Russian: Box#2

23 Harmonizations/arrangements with initials of unknown
composers. Includes and "Velichit dusha moya Gospoda" (by
‘L.P.'), "Blagoslovi dushe," (four separate handwritten
part-sheets: tenor I, tenor II, baritone, bass;
harmonization of ‘staryigrecheskii raspev' by ‘W.D.T.,'
1965) and "Apostoli ot konets" (harmonization of
Kievo-pecherskaya lavra, signature
indecipherable).

24 Liturgical compositions (Hymns of the Ordinary and
Propers) by unknown composers (no chant basis for
harmonization indicated). All music is either mimeograph
or xerox copy.
Includes: "Da vozraduyetsya," "Dostoino yest',"
"Dostoino yest', "Is polla eti despota," "Kol'
slaven," "Mnogaya leta," "Mnogaya leta," "Monogaya
leta," "Mnogoletsvovanie," "Ot vostok," "Ot
yunnostei moeya," "Pokayaniya otverzi mi," and
"Priidite poklonimsya."

(25-31) Various chant harmonizations and arrangements of
hymns (chant basis indicated) as well as
harmonizations for irmosy, tropari, prokimny,
ektenii, etc...(chant basis not always indicated)
by unknown composers. Contains mostly copies, but
thirteen handwritten sheets are included. Filed
alphabetically by title.

25 "Alliluarii" - "Apostoli ot konets"

26 "Blagoobraznyi Iosif" - "Blazhen Muzh"

27 "Velikoe Slavoslovie" - "Dostoino yest'"

28 Ektenii

29 Irmosy

30 Konets Liturgii - "Nyne otpushchaeshi"

31 "Otche nash" - "Kheruvimskaya"

(32-44) Liturgical music compiled for special services (Mimeograph
copies fastened together).

32 "V nedelyu Antipaskhi (Fomina Nedelya)." Contains music to
be added into services (Great Vespers, Festal Matins,
Divine Liturgy) for the holiday week of Antipaskha.
Neither composers/arrangers nor compiler indicated. (11
pp.).

33 "V nedelyu Vaii" (Palm Sunday). Contains additional music
for Great Vespers and Festal Matins (All-night Vigil)
during the week of Palm Sunday. Composers/arrangers
unknown except for a single "Zadostoinik"
by Pr. Turchaninov. (23 pp.).

34 "Vo Svyatuyu i Velikuyu Pyatidesyatnitsu" (Pentecost).
Additional music for Great Vespers, Festal Matins and the
Divine Liturgy during the Pentecost. Composers/arrangers
not indicated. (23 pp.).

35 "Ezhe po Ploti Obrezanie Gospoda Nashego Iususa Khrista, i
pamyat' Sv. Vasiliya Velikago, Archiepiskopa Kesarii
Kappadokiiskiya." Additional music for Great Vespers,
Festal Matins, and the Divine Liturgy during this holiday.
Composers/arrangers not indicated (22 pp.).

36 "Sretenie Gospoda Nashego Iususa Khrista" (Candlemas Day;
Feast of Purification)." Additional music for Great
Vespers, Festal Matins, and the Divine Liturgy during the
Feast of Purification. Composers/arrangers not indicated.
(19 pp.).

37 "Sluzhba Sv. Apostolom Petru i Pavlu." Additional music
for Great Vespers, Festal Matins and Divine Liturgy during
the Feast of Peter and Paul. Composers/arrangers not
indicated, except for "Arkhangel'sky glas" by Bortnyansky.
(31 pp.).

38 "Rozhdestvo Presvyatoi Bogoroditsy." Additional music for
Great Vespers, Festal Matins, and Divine Liturgy on this
holiday of the Virgin Mary. Composers/arrangers not
indicated. (15 pp.).

39 "Pokrov Presvyatoi Bogoroditsy." Additional music for
Great Vespers, Festal Matins, and Divine Liturgy during
the the Feast of the Protection. Composers/arrangers not
indicated (23 pp.).

40 "Bkhod vo Kram Presvyatyya Vladychitsy Nasheya
Bogoroditsy..." Additional music for Great Vespers,
Festal Matins, and the Divine Liturgy during this holiday
of the Virgin Mary. Composers/arrangers not indicated. (24
pp.).

41 "Izhe vo Svyatykh Otsu Nashemu Svyatitelyu Nikolayu,
Arkhiepiskopu Mir-Likiisk." Additional music for Great
Vespers, Festal Matins, and the Divine Liturgy during the
Feast of St. Nicholas. Composers/arrangers not indicated.
(10 pp.).

42 "Uspenie Presvyatoi Bogoroditsy," Additional music for
Great Vespers, Festal Matins, and the Divine Liturgy the
Assumption of the Virgin. Composers/arrangers generally
not indicated, but irmosy by A. L'vov appear here. (22
pp.+8pp. of irmosy).

43 "Sluzhba: Uspenie Presvyatoi Bogoroditsy." Music for a
service (apparently Vespers with Litiia and Matins)
during the Assumption of the Virgin holiday.
Composers/arrangers not indicated. (22 pp.).


44 "Panakhida." Music for a memorial service, apparently put
together by Peter Yastishak (a sticker with his name and
address appears in the top right hand corner). Contains
compositions and chant harmonizations by Rozdol'sky,
Verbinsky, Nizhankovsky(?), Chaikovsky, Mamyuk, Orlovsky,
Vorobkevich and L. van Beethoven.


(45-59) Collections of liturgical music. Includes published
compilations, xeroxes of compilations, and works compiled
in homemade part-books by church choir directors.

45 "Utrenya" ( harmonizations/compositions for Matins), xerox
copies of pp. 57-154 from an unknown publication.
Note: Also includes a xerox of preface (by the
editors) and table of contents (pp. 1-56
apparently contain music for "vecherni" (Vespers).
Contains compositions for "Utrenya" by the
following composers: A. Kastal'sky, Ya.
Chmelev, F. L'vovsky, A. Krasnostovsky, P.
Ivanov-Padkevich, A. Nikol'sky,
A. Arkhangel'sky, L. Pariisky, Aleksandr
G. Chesnokov
Contains harmonizations/arrangements of
chant melody for "Utrenya" by the
following composers: Redaktsionaya
Kollegiia (the editors of this
collection), P. Chesnokov, S. Smolensky,
A. Kastal'sky, N. Kedrov-syn (son), P.
Chaikovsky, M. Kovalevsky, A. Zhavoronkov,
M. Osorgin, A. Filat'ev

46 Archbishop Dositheus (M.M. Ivanchenko),
"Dukhovno-muzykal'nye Proizvedeniia, Sbornik VIII:
Psalmy i pesnopeniia na Bozhestvennoi Liturgii
posle Prichastnykh (Liturgical Compositions for
Eastern Orthodox Churches, Volume VIII: Psalms and
Hymns for after Communion in the Divine Liturgy),"
published by Dositheus Ivanchenko, Pine
Bush, NY, 1971. (Staple bound, 65 pp.).
Note: Contains compositions and a single chant
arrangement by Archbishop Dositheus.
Slavonic and some English texts.

47 Archbishop Dositheus (M.M. Ivanchenko),
"Dukhovno-muzykal'nye Proizvedeniia, Sbornik
IX: Pesnopeniia iz ‘Posledovaniya venchaniya' (Liturgical
Compositions for Eastern Orthodox Churches, Volume IX:
Collection of Anthems (hymns) for Rite of Holy
Matrimony)," published by Dositheus Ivanchenko, Pine Bush,
NY, 1974. (Staple bound, 28pp.).
Note: Contains compositions and chant
harmonizations/arrangements by Archbishop
Dositheus, Starorussky, and unknown composers of
the 18th and 19th centuries. Slavonic and English
texts.
There are four identical copies of this item.

48A, B Archbishop Dositheus (M.M. Ivanchenko),
"Dukhovno-muzykal'nye Proizvedeniia, Sbornik X:
Pesnopeniia na Pogrebenii Umershikh (Liturgical Music for
Eastern Orthodox Churches, Volume X: Anthems (Hymns) for
Funeral Service)," published by Dositheus Ivanchenko, Pine
Bush, NY, 1974.(Staple bound, 80 pp.).
Note: Compositions and harmonizations/arrangements
by Archbishop Dothiseus as well as composition by
Chesnokov and a composition by Vedel'. Slavonic
and English texts.
There are four identical copies of this item.

49 Collection of hymns from the "Bogoglasnik," (the
Bogoglasnik was a collection of hymns originally printed
by the Pochaevsky Monastery in 1825, containing
traditional melodies of southwestern Russia and Ukraine),
editors/publisher/composers unknown, missing both covers,
title page, most of the table of contents, and the last
twelve pages of the appendix.
Note: Contains a foreward (author unknown). Pp.
1-141 contain hymn texts in Slavonic in honor of
the Saints (for Saints' Days and Holidays). The
appendix contains music for selected texts.

50 Binder of mimeographed sheet music, compiler unknown. Most
of the transcriptions are from the library of Vsevolod
Dudnik.
Contains compositions by A. L'vov,
Gorokhov, Bortniansky, A.A. Arkhangel'sky,
Prot. P. Turchaninov.
Contains harmonizations/arrangements by A.
L'vov, V. Dudnik.

51 Works compiled by I. Antonii Tereshchenko (ca.1944):
Discant part-book (Bound).
Contains a mixture of handwritten parts on staff
paper and printed inserts.
Primarily Hymns of the Ordinary for regular
services. Works by I.P. Solomin, Chesnokov,
Gol'tison, Tolstyakov, Vorotnik, Veleupov,
Bortniansky, Bogoslovsky, Chaikovsky, Pachenko,
Kallinikov, Nikol'sky, Lirin, Kompaneisky,
Grechaninov, Fateev, I. Pokrovsky, Kopylov,
Rebikov, and several pieces of unknown authorship
(Tereshchenko?).

52 Works compiled by I. Antonii Tereshchenko: Tenor part-book
(Bound).
Contents same as above.

53 Works compiled by I. Antonii Tereshchenko: Alto part-book
(Bound).
Contents same as above.

54 Works compiled by I. Antonii Tereshchenko: Bass
part-book(?) (Bound).
Addt'l note: This item is missing almost
all of its original contents, as well as
the front cover. Contains a single
handwritten bass part for "Blagoslovi
dushe...".

55 Discant part-book: liturgical music compiled into
part-book for practical use (bound). Ivan Yakolevich
Popov, whose name is stamped by many of the pieces,
appears to be the compiler and perhaps the
transcriber/arranger as well. All parts are hand-written
in pen on staff paper. The year 1908 is written after a
resurrectional troparion and "Voskres is groba..."
Contains antiphoni, troparia, prokimni and
several hymns which are not credited to
any composer or arranger. Also
includes a transcription of the sacred
concerto "Dnes' Vladyki tvari" by
Vedel', Paschal Irmosi by Arkhangel'sky,
and a "Velikii kanon" by Arkhangel'sky.
Note: This book contains a a strip of staff paper
with extra music for the soprano (discant) part.
Marks for expression and dynamics in pencil appear
over the inked parts.

56 Alto part-book: liturgical music compiled into part-book
for practical use (bound). Ivan Yakolevich Popov, whose
name is stamped by many of the pieces, appears to be the
compiler and perhaps the transcriber/arranger as well.
All parts are hand-written in ink on staff paper. The
year 1908 is written after a resurrectional
troparion and "Voskres is groba..."
Contains antiphoni, troparia, prokimni and
several hymns which are not credited to
any composer or arranger. Also includes a
transcription of the sacred concerto
"Dnes' Vladyki tvari" by Vedel', Paschal
Irmosi by Arkhangel'sky, and a "Velikii
kanon" by Arkhangel'sky.
Note: After "Egda slavnyi uchenitsy" there is an
indecipherable set of initials followed by the
year 1916 (in pencil).
After "Zadostoinik v nedelyu Vaii (‘obychnei
garmonii')" appears the name I. Popov and the year
1917 (in ink). Marks for expression and
dynamics in pencil appear over the inked parts.

57 Tenor part-book: liturgical music compiled into part-book
for practical use (bound). Ivan Yakolevich Popov, whose
name is stamped by many of the pieces, appears to be the
compiler and perhaps the transcriber/arranger as well.
All parts are hand-written in ink on staff paper. The
year 1908 is written after a resurrectional troparion and
"Voskres is groba..."
Contains antiphoni, troparia, prokimni and
several hymns which are not credited to
any composer or arranger. Also
includes a transcription of the sacred
concerto "Dnes' Vladyki tvari" by
Vedel', Paschal Irmosi by Arkhangel'sky,
and a "Velikii kanon" by Arkhangel'sky.
Note: After "Zadostoinik v nedelyu Vaii (‘obychnei
garmonii')" appears the name I. Popov and the year
1917 (in ink). Pencil marks indicating corrections
and dynamics appear throughout.

58 Bass part-book: liturgical music compiled into part-book
for practical use (bound). Ivan Yakolevich Popov, whose
name is stamped by many of the pieces, appears to be the
compiler and perhaps the transcriber/arranger as well.
All parts are hand-written in ink on staff paper. The
year 1908 is written after a resurrectional troparion and
"Voskres is groba..."
Contains antiphoni, troparia, prokimni and
several hymns which are not credited to
any composer or arranger. Also
includes a transcription of the sacred
concerto "Dnes' Vladyki tvari" by
Vedel', Paschal Irmosi by Arkhangel'sky,
and a "Velikii kanon" by Arkhangel'sky.
Note: After "Zadostoinik v nedelyu Vaii
(‘obychnei garmonii')" appears the name I. Popov
and the year 1917 (in ink). A strip of staff
paper is included with a single phrase of music in
four parts. Various pencil marks, indicating
dynamics, corrections, omissions etc... appear
throughout.

59 Collection of transcriptions by Walter Yanushevich.
Contains 42 liturgical pieces of various kinds from
troparia to elaboratesacred concerti.
Note: Some works are not credited to a composer.
Several dates of transcription appear, the
earliest being 1924 and the latest 1940.
Contains Compositions by Vedel',
Arkhangel'sky, Grechaninov, Turchaninov,
Degtyarev, F.E. Stepanov, G.N.
Nosov, A. Turensky, V. Lebedev,
Bortnyansky, Maslov, V. Lirin,
Ippolitov-Ivanov, Strokin, M.
Tol'stisan(?), I.P. Rumyantsev.
Contains arrangements by Yanushevich, Lirin


Miscellaneous Liturgical Material in Russian

60 "Pesledovanie chasov," Izdanie Pravoslavnoi Kanadskoi
Eparkhii, 1971. Texts for the priest, the reader and the
choir for the observance of the third and sixth hours in
both Russian and English. Contains no music.



 

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