Gavrilin - Cello pieces (Anyuta-valse, Holeovlia, etc.)


Gavrilin - Cello pieces (Anyuta-valse, Holeovlia, etc). You can download the PDF sheet music Gavrilin - Cello pieces (Anyuta-valse, Holeovlia, etc) on this page. The art of Gavrilin is one of the most vivid and striking features of contemporary Russian culture. Gavrilin entered into music of the 1960s in the period of parallel to the art of such Russian "country-writers" in the genre prose as Vasili Belov, Viktor Astafiyev, and Vasily Shukshin. The truthful picture of the contemporary life of people, their mood, expectation, hopes and sorrows is presented in Gavrilin's music.

Contents:

  1. Anyuta-Valse for cello and piano
  2. Holeovlia for cello and piano
  3. Lullaby for cello and piano
  4. Valse reminiscence for cello and piano
  5. Song for cello and piano
  6. Tarantella for cello and piano


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Instrument part: 15 pages. 1399 K

 

Piano part: 41 pages. 4169 K

 

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Valerij Aleksandrovich Gavrilin (1930-1999) was an outstanding Russian composer whose compositions have became a national property of Russia and occupy a well-deserved place in the culture of the twentieth century. Though his compositions are born of a variety of social, political, cultural and musical influences, Gavrilin’s compositions remain uniquely individual, uniquely Gavrilin.
Both the esthetics and the style in Gavrilin's art are the vivid example of the neo-romantic. First of all it can be seen in the composer's inclination towards the genre of song mostly favored by romantics, in the ethical and fine development of song forms.
In Gavrilin's instrumental music an appreciable place is given to a programme miniature, to character and genre pieces forming his suites, orchestra suits and variety entertainments. Having been staged in the Naples theatre "San-Carlo" and in the Bolshoy in Moscow by V.Vasiliev, Gavrilin's ballet Anyuta became widely known.
Being vocal by nature, Gavrilin's talent has its own unique intonation. Just like his beloved romantics he worships melody. The soul of his music is in a fresh primordial melodiousness. Its pure national character is also expressed in the composer's inclination to the "natural" and "native" harmonies.
 
 
     
 
 
 
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