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From: Georgi / e-mail / icq / 17-10-2007 13:08:44
(Which recommendations would you make concerning his greatest pieces and is there any definitive recording, as such?) - Buy Svetlanov's recordings of Myaskovsky's orchestra music ) = =========== Moreover, look here: http://community.livejournal.com/rus_aca_music/1792.html =========== http://community.livejournal.com/rus_aca_music/1274.html ======= These messages contain links to the RAR-archives of Yablonsky's performance of Symphonies No. 24 and 25 (password: rus-aca-music) ===== Here the score of Symphony No. 13: http://community.livejournal.com/rus_aca_music/1626.html

From: Roger Seery / e-mail / 16-10-2007 14:36:12
Dear John,
The public perception seems to be that Myaskovsky's most popular(and well known) work is his symphony No. 6. There are 2 recordings that I know of; the 1978 recording under Kondrashin (still available) and a recent recording under Dmitri Liss and another Russian orchestra and chorus. This is coupled with the shorter symphony no. 10. Both recordings are good, but I would go for the Kondrashin. A far more accessible work (and one still readily available) is his symphony no. 25, available from naxos at their usual price, coupled with the engaging Symphony No. 24. The works in this recording are conducted by Dmitri Yablonsky and performed by yet another competent Russian orchestra. Another option might be his violin concerto, coupled with the less melodic Vainberg, also by Naxos.

From: John Smith / 12-10-2007 14:31:52
I am a great fan of Russian classical music, especially Shostakovich and Mussorgsky, and it has only been recently that Myaskovsky has caught my attention after I heard his Cello Concerto on a Box Set, a brilliant piece and a worthy rendition, though the sound quality was disappointing. However, his relative obscurity has thus far masked him from my view, and I would very much like to discover more about this composer. Which recommendations would you make concerning his greatest pieces and is there any definitive recording, as such?

From: Георгий / e-mail / icq / 08-10-2007 18:07:03
(Georgi, That four-hand arrangement of Symphony nr. 6 looks very interesting and reliable (made by Kabalyevsky). Thank you!) - Кстати, в отсканированной мною переписке Мясковского с Прокофьевым для меня вскрылась причина нынешнего "отмирания" 4-ручных переложений для ф-но. Все оказалось элементарным - распространение грамзаписи. Если раньше познакомиться с чем-то можно было, только проиграв это с приятелем в 4 руки (сам Н. Я. это умел и любил делать!), то потом стали просто слушать пластинки. =========== Прокофьев, кстати, возмущался тем, что в Советской России по старинке продолжали печатать Secondo - слева, а Primo - справа ("вот так и прыгай глазами туда-сюда!"), в то время как на Западе уже перешли на "партитурное" расположение первой и второй партий...

From: Georgi / e-mail / icq / 08-10-2007 18:00:17
{Georgi, That four-hand arrangement of Symphony nr. 6 looks very interesting and reliable (made by Kabalyevsky). Thank you!} - You're welcome :-)))))))

From: Kees van Hage / e-mail / 02-10-2007 18:01:31
Georgi, That four-hand arrangement of Symphony nr. 6 looks very interesting and reliable (made by Kabalyevsky). Thank you!

From: Борис / e-mail / 28-09-2007 17:56:42
Спасибо, уважаемый Феликс. Я тоже познакомился с семьей родственников Н.Я. А что касается слов Vladimirа Mishonovа о приобретении записей, то могу сказать, что на днях приобрел в пурпурном легионе бокс с 4 дисками его симфонических произведений. Но это был единственный и последний. В других магазинах поиски оказались безрезультатны. Увы!

From: Георгий / e-mail / icq / 21-09-2007 16:15:10
Интересно - а где-нибудь опубликована родословная Мясковского? Мне вот что пришло в голову: НЯМ родился в Новогеоргиевске, к западу от Варшавы. Корни фамилии "Мясковский" - явно польские. Конечно, военного человека могут послать на службу куда угодно - но, может быть, не случайно то, что Николай Яковлевич родился именно в Польше?

From: Georgi / e-mail / icq / 17-09-2007 15:04:54
[I was also looking for "Yellow leaves" op.31,] - Do you want pdf or sound?

From: Hans Wallin / e-mail / 15-09-2007 21:02:36
I was also looking for "Yellow leaves" op.31,and believe it is on International Music Scores Library Project, free to download,but suddenly the website www.imslp.org could no more be found. If anybody could help?


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