Roslavetz - Three dances for violin

Roslavetz - Three dances for violin


Roslavetz - Three dances for violin. You can download the PDF sheet music Roslavetz - Three dances for violin on this page. Nikolai Roslavetz (1881-1944) was a Marxist-Futurist composer that was attempting to galvanize the intellect of the proletariat with his pre-Schoenberg 12-tone system of serial composition. Like many artists caught in the pro-populist, pro-propagandist crossfire of the Soviet officialdom, Roslavetz was denounced as a modernist bourgeois composer. Conflicted, at the same time  he was also composing propagandist marches for physical culture clubs. In 1929 his name was removed from all music reference books in the Union; that same year saw the banning of performances of all pre-revolutionary music and the oudawing of modernist composition itself, which accounts for the unfamiliarity of many Russian experimentalists lost in this musical putsch (including Roslavetz himself). Exiled to Uzbekistan, he spent the end of his life studying folk music, much like Bela Bartok, Zoltan Kodaly, and Henry Cowell.


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Instrument part: 5 pages. 449 K

 

Piano part: 11 pages. 1209 K

 

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