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Piano Works

Piano Works

Works from 1954 bis 1973


  • Volume number: Vol. 2
  • Instrumentation: piano
  • Order No.: BEL 681-20 Q7757
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This volume contains both early works created in the 1950s-60s and the cycles 'Children's Music' I and II as well as 'Music in the Old Style' from 1973, within the early formative years of the composer. Although technically not very difficult, these works place serious demands on the performer, and although not necessarily 'instructive', they can be added to the educational repertoire. Thus, Silvestrov continues the traditions of Mussorgsky ('Kindestube') and Debussy ('Children's Corner'). In 'Naïve Music' and 'Distant Music', the roots of his later 'metaphorical style' are revealed very clearly. "Sonatine" and 'Klassische Sonate', concert pieces written by Silvestrov in his student days, show traces of Prokofiev's influence.
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Content text: I Children’s Music No 1 (1973): Lullaby
Modern Dance
Gratitude
Astonishment
Old Melodiy
The Dragon and the Bird
Morning Ditty - Children’s Music No 2 (1973): Small Bells
On the Lake
The Bird_s Morning Song
March
Nocturne
Scherzo
Fairy Tale - III Naive Music (1954…1993): Waltz
Nocturne
Fairy Tale
Idyll
Nocturne
Prelude
Waltz - IV Distant Music (1956-1993): Nocturne
Waltz
Prelude - V Sonatina (1960): Allegro
Andante
Allegro vivace - VI Classical Sonata (1963, rev. 1974): Allegro
Moderato
Allegretto- VII Music in the Old Style (1973): Morning Music
Evening Music
Contemplation
Dedication
Difficulty: intermediate to difficult
Publisher: M.P. Belaieff Musikverlag (144)
page number: 162
This volume contains both early works created in the 1950s-60s and the cycles 'Children's Music' I and II as well as 'Music in the Old Style' from 1973, within the early formative years of the composer. Although technically not very difficult, these works place serious demands on the performer, and although not necessarily 'instructive', they can be added to the educational repertoire. Thus, Silvestrov continues the traditions of Mussorgsky ('Kindestube') and Debussy ('Children's Corner'). In 'Naïve Music' and 'Distant Music', the roots of his later 'metaphorical style' are revealed very clearly. "Sonatine" and 'Klassische Sonate', concert pieces written by Silvestrov in his student days, show traces of Prokofiev's influence.
Content text: I Children’s Music No 1 (1973): Lullaby
Modern Dance
Gratitude
Astonishment
Old Melodiy
The Dragon and the Bird
Morning Ditty - Children’s Music No 2 (1973): Small Bells
On the Lake
The Bird_s Morning Song
March
Nocturne
Scherzo
Fairy Tale - III Naive Music (1954…1993): Waltz
Nocturne
Fairy Tale
Idyll
Nocturne
Prelude
Waltz - IV Distant Music (1956-1993): Nocturne
Waltz
Prelude - V Sonatina (1960): Allegro
Andante
Allegro vivace - VI Classical Sonata (1963, rev. 1974): Allegro
Moderato
Allegretto- VII Music in the Old Style (1973): Morning Music
Evening Music
Contemplation
Dedication
Difficulty: intermediate to difficult
Publisher: M.P. Belaieff Musikverlag (144)
page number: 162