From Daniel Migueis
Posted February 26, 2011 at 01:58 AM
I'm looking for one rare score and I can't find it anywhere... My teacher show me one recording of Violin Concerto op.100 by Reinhold Glière and it is very interesting and beautiful! But I tried already looking in some famous editors like Peters and it isn't available... If anyone knows the concerto and know where I can find the score I apreciate the help!
I see from the EMS database that it was only published by VATT--the old Soviet Printing house. Since they carry quite a few Soviet publishers, try G Schirmer--they may be able to direct you somewhere. Or it might just be a rabbit trail... Edit--Oh, I see you are in Europe. For a starter, try some companies that represent some Russian publishers like Sikorski, etc.
Nice!! Thank you very much!! It was very helpful! I will try some those editors!
Gliere, Reinhold Moritzovich [Moritsevich] ( 1875 - 1956 )
Concerto (Concert allegro). <Op. 100.> For violin and orchestra.
Completed and orchestrated by B. Liatoshinsky. Edited by K. Mostras.
Instrumentation: 184.108.40.206. 220.127.116.11. timp, perc, harp, strings, vln solo
Publisher: Moskva : Gosudarstvennoe muzykal'noe izdatel'stvo, 1963.
U.S. agent: available in the USA, Canada and Mexico only, from Schirmer Russian Music.
Contact the Russian Music agent in your country.
[The work is not listed by Sikorski.]
It looks like the University of Calgary has it, and you might be able to get it through ILL.
|All Authors / Contributors:||Reinhold Morit?s?evich Glière; Borys Mykolaiovych Li?a?toshyns'kyi|
|Description:||socre (81 p.) 29 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Concerto, violin, op. 100|
|Responsibility:||edited by K. Mostras.|
Porque está em Portugal, eu não sei se isso é uma opção para você.
I have never heard this concerto, but the concept of a Gliere concerto has me excited...
Me too! He was an interesting guy. Years ago I heard a couple of times on the radio his concerto for soprano and orchestra! She just sang mainly open vowels, but I remember finding it very haunting - especially the slower first mvt.
Just found both concertos on YouTube.
Thank you all! I'm surprised for having so many answers! :) This Concerto is available on Youtube with solo by Boris Goldstein:
Vou verificar se é possível obter a partitura através da Universidade e Calgary. Obrigado
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