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8 thoughts on “ Forgotten Melodies, Cycle 1, Op. 38 - Nikolai Medtner – Irina Ossipova - Forgotten Melodies (CD) ”

  1. Nov 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Medtner: Forgotten Melodies III, Op (Arimori, Tozer) YouTube Janacek: On an Overgrown Path (Couvert, Pechocova) - Duration: Ashish Xiangyi Kumar 49, views.
  2. 1 online resource (1 sound file) Contents: Second improvisation op. 47 (in the form of variations) () --Sonate-idylle: in G major op. 56 () --Vergessene Weisen = Forgotten melodies: op. 39 (). Other Titles: Piano music. Responsibility: Nikolai Medtner.
  3. Mar 03,  · Medtner Forgotten Melodies op No.1 Meditazione No.2 Romanza No.3 Primavera No.4 Canzona matinata No.5 Sonata tragica Irina Mejoueva.
  4. The Piano Works of Nikolai Medtner, Vol. 2: Forgotten melodies, Op. 38 / Fairy Tales, Op. 51 / Sonata Triad, Op. /5(2).
  5. The Tenth "Sonata-reminiscenza" in A minor, Op. 38, No. 1, commences a set of eight pieces entitled "Forgotten Melodies (First Cycle)". Two further cycles followed, published as Op. 39 and Both this and the following sonata were completed in , the year before Medtner emigrated.
  6. If you only want the "Forgotten Melodies", this is an excellent disc to purchase, but you might as well get the set that includes all the sonatas as well. This is wonderful music, wonderfully played. There is a well-priced 7CD set of Medtner's complete sonatas and selected /5(5).
  7. Forgotten Melodies I, Op (Medtner, Nikolay) It is very unlikely that this work is public domain in the EU, or in any country where the copyright term is life-plus years. However, it is in the public domain in Canada (where IMSLP is hosted) and other countries where the term is life-plus years (such as China, Japan, Korea and many.
  8. Nov 20,  · Of course, it has works by Levitzky and Medtner as well as Rachmaninov. I confess to have only listened thus far to the Levitzky (an utterly enchanting pair of curtain-raisers) and the Rachmaninov, but relish the prospect of the Medtner Forgotten Melodies (8 pieces in his Opus 38 cycle) very soon/5(5).

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