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Celeste Aida Sheet Music - Music for Piano and More

Celeste Aida Sheet Music - Music for Piano and More



http://www.allclassical.com/cg/acg.dll?p=acg&sql=1:7974~D Country Birth Death Period Composition Types Russia Sep 25, 1906 in St. Petersburg, Russia Aug 9, 1975 in Moscow, Russia Modern All Works (268) Keyboard Music (68) Orchestral Music (66) Film Music (35) Chamber Music (27) Vocal Music (22) Symphony (16) Opera (9) Choral Music (8) Concerto (6) Ballet Music (5) Band Music (3) Music Theater (1) Dmitri Shostakovich was a Russian composer whose symphonies and quartets, numbering 15 each, are among the greatest of the twentiethcentury music. His style evolved from the brash humor and experimental character of his first period, exemplified by the operas The Nose and Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, into both the more introverted melancholy and nationalistic fervor of his second phase (the Symphonies No. 5 and No. 7, "Leningrad"), and finally into the defiant and bleak mood of his last period (exemplified by the Symphony No. 14 and Quartet No. 15). Early in his career his music showed the influence of Prokofiev and Stravinsky, especially in his prodigious and highly successful First Symphony. He could effectively communicate a melancholic depth and profound sense of anguish, as one hears in many of his symphonies, concertos, and quartets. Solomon Volkov, in his controversial Testimony: The Memoirs of Dmitri Shostakovich explains the composer's seeming bombast as deft satire of the pomposity of the Soviet state, pointing to the "forced rejoicing" of Fifth Symphony's ending. Typical traits of Shostakovich's style include short reiterated melodic or rhythmic figures, motifs of one or two pitches or intervals, and lugubrious and manic string writing. Dmitri Dmitrievich Shostakovich was born in St. Petersburg, in 1906, and educated at the Petrograd Conservatory. The acid style of his early Lady Macbeth at Mtsensk irritated Stalin, and Shostakovich was attacked in the Soviet press. Fearing imprisonment, he withdrew his already rehearsed Fourth Symphony; his Fifth Symphony (1937) carried the subtitle "A Soviet Artist's Reply to Just Criticism." It is more ingenious than most critics have fathomed, for it managed to satisfy both the backward tastes of the party censors and those of more demanding aesthetes in the West. The 1941 German invasion of Russia inspired the composer's Seventh Symphony, subtitled "Leningrad." Impressed by the symphony's epic-heroic character, Toscanini, Koussevitsky, and Stokowski vied for the Western Hemisphere premiere; the score had to be microfilmed, flown to Teheran, driven to Cairo, and flown out. The work became an enormous success the world over, but eventually fell into obscurity. Still, the composer had for a time become a worldwide celebrity, his picture even appearing on the cover of Time. Shostakovich ran afoul of the government again in 1948, when an infamous decree was issued by the Central Committee of the Communist Party accusing Shostakovich, Prokofiev, and other prominent composers of "formalist perversions." For some time he wrote mostly works glorifying Soviet life or history. Artistic repression diminished in post-Stalinist Russia, but curiously Shostakovich still drew in his modernist horns until the Thirteenth Symphony ("Babi Yar"), a 1962 work based on poems by Yevgeny Yevtushenko. The work provoked major controversy because of its first movement's subject: Russian oppression of the Jews. In 1966 Shostakovich wrote his Second Cello Concerto, a work on an even higher level than his solid First, but one which has yet to capture as much attention from either artists or the public. That year, Shostakovich was diagnosed with a serious heart condition. He continued to compose, his works growing more sparsely scored and darker, the subject of death becoming prominent. His Fourteenth Symphony (1969), really a collection of songs on texts by Lorca, Apollinaire, Küchelbecker, and Rilke, is a death-obsessed work of considerable dissonance and showing little regard for the Socialist Realism still demanded by the state. Shostakovich died on 9 August 1975. -- All Music Guide Keyboard 1927 1945 1953 1952 1919 -1920 1920 1917 1949 54 1935; 1962 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 Character/Single-Movement/Miscellaneous Work for Keyboard A Child's Excercise Book (Children's Tetrad), for pi- Collection of Etudes, Studies, or Exercises ano, Op. 69 for Keyboard Concertino, for 2 pianos, Op. 94 Music for Two Keyboards Dances of the Dolls (7), suite for piano (arr. from Suite/Partita for Keyboard the ballet suites for orchestra) Aphorisms (10), for piano, Op. 13 Early Piano Pieces (3) Fantastic Dances (3), for piano, Op. 5 Funeral March, for piano (found in 1984) Piano Duets for Children (3) Polka, version for piano solo or piano duet arranged from "The Golden Age" Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 1 in C major, Op. 87/1 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 2 in A minor, Op. 87/2 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 3 in G major, Op. 87/3 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 4 in E minor, Op. 87/4 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 5 in D major, Op. 87/5 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 6 in B minor, Op. 87/6 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 7 in A major, Op. 87/7 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 8 in F sharp minor, Op. 87/8 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 9 in E major, Op. Music for Keyboard Suite/Partita for Keyboard March for Keyboard Music for Four Hands at One Keyboard Polka for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1950 51 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 33 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 33 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 87/9 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 10 in C sharp minor, Op. 87/10 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 11 in B major, Op. 87/11 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 12 in G sharp minor, Op. 87/12 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 13 in F sharp major, Op. 87/13 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 14 in E flat minor, Op. 87/14 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 15 in D flat major, Op. 87/15 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 16 in B flat minor, Op. 87/16 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 17 in A flat major, Op. 87/17 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 18 in F minor, Op. 87/18 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 19 in E flat major, Op. 87/19 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 20 in C minor, Op. 87/20 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 21 in B flat major, Op. 87/21 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 22 in G minor, Op. 87/22 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 23 in F major, Op. 87/23 Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 24 in D minor, Op. 87/24 Prelude for piano, in A flat major, Op. 34/17 Prelude for piano, in A major, Op. 34/7 Prelude for piano, in A minor, Op. 34/2 Prelude for piano, in B flat major, Op. 34/21 Prelude for piano, in B flat minor, Op. 34/16 Prelude for piano, in B minor, Op. 34/6 Prelude for piano, in C major, Op. 34/1 Prelude for piano, in C minor, Op. 34/20 Prelude for piano, in C sharp minor, Op. 34/10 Prelude for piano, in C sharp minor, Op. 34/11 Prelude for piano, in D flat major, Op. 34/15 Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for piano, in D major ("Velocity etude"), Op. Prelude for Keyboard -1933 1932 33 1932 33 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 33 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 -1933 1932 33 1932 -1933 1950 51 1919 21 1919 20 1932 33 1926 1942 1922 1963 34/5 Prelude for piano, in D minor, Op. 34/24 Prelude for piano, in E flat major, Op. 34/19 Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for piano, in E flat minor ("Zoya prelude"), Prelude for Keyboard Op. 34/14 Prelude for piano, in E major, Op. 34/9 Prelude for piano, in E minor, Op. 34/4 Prelude for piano, in F major, Op. 34/23 Prelude for piano, in F minor, Op. 34/18 Prelude for piano, in F sharp major, Op. 34/13 Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for piano, in F sharp minor (Allegretto), Op. Prelude for Keyboard 34/8 Prelude for piano, in G major, Op. 34/3 Prelude for piano, in G minor (Adagio), Op. 34/22 Prelude for piano, in G sharp minor, Op. 34/12 Preludes & Fugues (24), for piano, Op. 87 Preludes (5) for piano (from collaborative work of 24 preludes with Clements & Feldt) Preludes (8), for piano, Op. 2 Preludes (24), for piano, Op. 34 Sonata for piano No. 1 (October Symphony), Op. 12 Sonata for piano No. 2 in B Minor, Op. 61 Suite, for 2 pianos, in F sharp minor, Op. 6 Tarantella, for 2 pianos (arr. from film suite "The Gadfly") Transcription for piano of the comic waltz from "The Baroness and the Hooligan" Transcription for piano of the polka from "The Golden Age" Transcription for piano of the romance from "The Gadfly" Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude and Fugue for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard Prelude for Keyboard 20th/21st Century Sonata/Sonatina for Keyboard 20th/21st Century Sonata/Sonatina for Keyboard Music for Two Keyboards Music for Two Keyboards Transcription for Keyboard Transcription for Keyboard Transcription for Keyboard Chamber 1934 1931 1924 Pieces (2) for double string quartet, Op. 11 25 Moderato, for cello & piano, Op. 40b (until 1968 considered to be part of Sonata Op40) Movements (2) for string quartet Cello with Keyboard Quartet for Four String Instruments Octet for Eight String Instruments 1940 1940 1934 1975 1968 1938 1944 1949 1952 1956 1960 1964 1964 1966 1968 1969 String Quartet No 13, in B flat Minor, Op. 138 70 1973 String Quartet No 14, in F sharp major, Op. 142 1974 String Quartet No 15, in E flat Minor, Op. 144 String Quartets (15), complete 1923 1944 Pieces (3) for 1 instrument, Op. 59 (withdrawn?) Chamber Music Pieces (5) for 2 violins & piano (arr. from theater music by Chamber Music Atovmian) Quintet for Keyboard and Four String Quintet for piano & strings, in G Minor, Op. 57 Instruments Requiem for Strings, Op. 144bis (arranged by Rachlevsky Chamber Music for More than Nine from String Quartet No. 15 ) String Instruments Sonata for cello & piano, in D minor, Op. 40 Cello with Keyboard Sonata for viola & piano, in C major, Op. 147 Viola with Keyboard Sonata for violin & piano, Op. 134 Violin with Keyboard String Quartet No 1, in C Major, Op. 49 Quartet for Four String Instruments String Quartet No 2, in A Major, Op. 68 Quartet for Four String Instruments String Quartet No 4, in D major, Op. 83 Quartet for Four String Instruments String Quartet No 5, in B flat major, Op. 92 Quartet for Four String Instruments String Quartet No 6, in G major, Op. 101 Quartet for Four String Instruments String Quartet No 7, in F sharp Minor, Op. 108 Quartet for Four String Instruments String Quartet No 9, in E flat major, Op. 117 Quartet for Four String Instruments String Quartet No 10, in A flat, Op. 118 Quartet for Four String Instruments String Quartet No 11, in F Minor, Op. 122 Quartet for Four String Instruments String Quartet No 12, in D flat major, Op. 133 Quartet for Four String Instruments Quartet for Four String Instruments Quartet for Four String Instruments Quartet for Four String Instruments Quartet for Four String Instruments Trio for Keyboard and Two String Instruments Trio for Keyboard and Two String Instruments Two Woodwinds with Keyboard/Continuo Trio for piano & strings No. 1, in C minor, Op. 8 Trio for piano & strings No. 2, in E Minor, Op. 67 Waltzes (4), for flute (or piccolo), clarinet & piano (arr. from various pieces by Atovmyan) Orchestral 1940 1930 1949 1952 The Adventures of Korzinkina (A Ticket to the Fifth Zone), suite from the film score, Op. 59a (assembled by Rozhdestvensky) The Age of Gold, suite from the ballet, Op. 22a Ballet Suite No. 1, for orchestra (assembled by Atovmyan) Ballet Suite No. 2, for orchestra (assembled by Atovmyan) Ballet Suite No. 3, for orchestra (assembled by Atovmyan) Ballet Suite No. 4, for orchestra (assembled by Atovmyan) Belinsky, suite from the film score, Op.85a (assembled by Atovmyan) The Bolt, suite from the ballet, Op. 27a Chamber Symphony, in A flat major, Op 118a (arranged by Barshai from the String Quartet No. 10 ) Chamber Symphony, in C minor, Op 110a (arranged by Barshai from the String Quartet No. 8 ) Chamber Symphony, in D major, Op 83a (arranged by Barshai from the String Quartet No. 4) Chamber Symphony, in F major, Op 73a (arr by Barshai from String Quartet No. 3) Encounter at the Elbe, suite from the film score, Op. 80a Suite for Orchestra Suite for Orchestra Suite for Orchestra Suite for Orchestra Suite for Orchestra Suite for Orchestra Suite for Orchestra Suite for Orchestra Chamber Symphony Chamber Symphony Chamber Symphony Chamber Symphony Suite for Orchestra 1933 1960 1949 1954 1955 -1956 The Fall of Berlin, suite from the film score, Op. 82a (assembled by Atovmyan) Festive Overture, for orchestra in A major, Op. 96 The First Echelon, suite from the film score, Op. 99a Suite for Orchestra 20th/21st Century Overture Suite for Orchestra Five Days - Five Nights, suite from the film score, Op. 111a (asSuite for Orchestra sembled by Atovmyan) 20th/21st Century Incidental Mu1929 The Flea (The Bedbug), incidental music, Op. 19 sic for Orchestra The Flea (The Bedbug), suite from the incidental music, Op. 1929 Suite for Orchestra 19a 20th/21st Century Orchestral Mu1935 Fragments (5), for small orchestra, Op. 42 sic The Gadfly, suite from the film score, Op. 97a (assembled by Suite for Orchestra Atovmyan) The Golden Hills (The Golden Mountains; Happy Street), suite 1931 Suite for Orchestra from the film score, Op. 30a 1931 20th/21st Century Incidental MuHamlet, incidental music, Op. 32 (unrelated to film score) -1932 sic for Orchestra Hamlet, suite from the film score, Op.116a (assembled by Suite for Orchestra Atovmyan) Hamlet, suite from the incidental music, Op. 32a (unrelated to 1932 Suite for Orchestra film score) 1933 20th/21st Century Incidental MuThe Human Comedy, incidental music, Op. 37 (part lost) -1934 sic for Orchestra Hypothetically Murdered, incidental music for circus sketch, 20th/21st Century Incidental MuOp. 31 (11 of 35 numbers missing) sic for Orchestra 1956 Katerina Izmaylova, suite from the opera, Op. 114a Suite for Orchestra 20th/21st Century Incidental Mu1940 King Lear, incidental music, Op. 58a sic for Orchestra 1945 The Limpid Stream, suite from the ballet, Op. 39a Suite for Orchestra Maxim, suite (from film scores Opp.45 & 89), Op. 50a (as1961 Suite for Orchestra sembled by Atovmyan) Michurin (Life in Bloom), suite from the film score, Op. 78a (asSuite for Orchestra sembled by Atovmyan) Mournful-Triumphal Prelude in Memory of the Heroes of Stalin- 20th/21st Century Occasional Mu1967 grad, Op. 130 sic 20th/21st Century Incidental Mu1942 Native Country, incidental music to spectacle, Op. 63 sic for Orchestra Native Leningrad, suite (from incidental music to Native Coun1942 Suite for Orchestra try), Op. 63 New Babylon, suite from the film score, Op. 18a (restored by Suite for Orchestra Rozhdestvensky) 1928 The Nose, opera suite, Op. 15a Suite for Orchestra 20th/21st Century Orchestral 1960 Novorossisk Chimes (The Fire of Eternal Glory), for orchestra Work with Descriptive Title 20th/21st Century Tone 1967 October, symphonic poem, Op. 131 Poem/Symphonic Poem 1932 Overture for the Green Guild, for orchestra 20th/21st Century Overture Overture on Russian and Khirghiz Folksongs, for orchestra, 1963 20th/21st Century Overture Op. 115 20th/21st Century Orchestral Mu1929 Pieces (2) for E. Dressel's "Kolumbus", for orchestra, Op. 23 sic 1947 - Pieces (3) for Orchestra 20th/21st Century Orchestral Mu- 48 Pirogov, suite from the film score, Op. 76a (assembled by Atovmyan) 1931 1944 1936 1923 -1924 1919 1929 1946 1960 1934 1938 Rule, Britannia!, incidental music, Op. 28 Russian River, incidental music to spectacle, Op. 66 Salute to Spain, incidental music, Op. 44 Scherzo, for orchestra in E flat major, Op. 7 Scherzo, for orchestra in F sharp Minor, Op. 1 The Shot, incidental music, Op. 24 sic Suite for Orchestra 20th/21st Century Incidental Music for Orchestra 20th/21st Century Incidental Music for Orchestra 20th/21st Century Incidental Music for Orchestra Scherzo for Orchestra Scherzo for Orchestra 20th/21st Century Incidental Music for Orchestra Chamber Symphony Chamber Symphony Suite for Orchestra Suite for Orchestra Orchestral Music String Quartet No 3, in F Major, Op. 73 String Quartet No. 8 in C minor, Op. 110 Suite for Jazz Orchestra, No. 1 Suite for Jazz Orchestra, No. 2 Symphonies (15), complete Tahiti Trot, for orchestra (arr. of Youmans "Tea for Two"), Op. 1928 Fox Trot for Orchestra 16 1933 - The Tale of the Priest and His Servant Balda, suite from the anSuite for Orchestra 34 imated film score, Op. 36a 1921 Theme & Variations, for orchestra in B flat major, Op. 3 20th/21st Century Variations -1922 Transcription for orchestra of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's "Ya Transcription for Orchestra dolgo zhdal tebya" Transcription for orchestra of Johann Strauss Jr.'s "Vergnü1940 Transcription for Orchestra gungszug" Transcription for orchestra of Ludwig van Beethoven's "Es war Transcription for Orchestra einmal ein König ... " The Unforgettable Year 1919, suite from the film score, Op. 89a Suite for Orchestra (assembled by Atovmyan) 20th/21st Century Incidental Mu1945 Victorious Spring, incidental music, Op. 72 sic for Orchestra A Year is Like a Lifetime, suite from the film score, Op. 120a Suite for Orchestra (assembled by Atovmyan) The Young Guard, suite from the film score, Op. 75a (asSuite for Orchestra sembled by Atovmyan) Zoya (Who Is She?), suite from the film score, Op. 64a (asSuite for Orchestra sembled by Atovmyan) Concerto 1959 Cello Concerto No. 1, in E flat major, Op. 107 Cello Concerto 1966 Cello Concerto No. 2, in G major, Op. 126 Cello Concerto 1933 Piano Concerto No. 1, for piano, trumpet & strings, in C minor, Op. 35 Piano Concerto 1957 Piano Concerto No. 2, in F major, Op. 102 Piano Concerto 1947 - 48 Violin Concerto No. 1, in A minor, Op. 77 (revised as Op. 99) Violin Concerto 1967 Violin Concerto No. 2, in C sharp minor, Op. 129 Violin Concerto This action might not be possible to undo. 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