Polovtsian Dance No. 1: Vocal score e-book
by Bob Chilcott,Alexander Borodin
Alexander Borodin Arranged by Bob Chilcott. Polovtsian Dance No. 1. Vocal score. Our revels now are ended. Bob Chilcott has been involved with choral music all his life, first as a Chorister and then a Choral Scholar at King's College, Cambridge.
Alexander Borodin Arranged by Bob Chilcott. Forces or Category: Double SATB choir, piano/guitar. for SATB double choir, and piano or guitar This enticing choral arrangement of the well-known first 'Polovtsian Dance' from Borodin's Prince. Alexander Borodin Arranged by Bob Chilcott. Later, he sang and composed music for 12 years with the King's Singers.
Polovtsian Dance No. Sheet music. Arranged by (music) Bob Chilcott, By (composer) Alexander Borodin. ISBN13 9780193357143. Categories: Musical Scores, Lyrics & Libretti. Musical Scores, Lyrics & Libretti. A charming and effective arrangement. Music Teacher, November 07 The Chilcott arrangements are alternately engaging, inspired and ingenious. Classics Today show more.
By Alexander Borodin. Arranged by Bob Chilcott. For SATB Choir and Piano or Guitar. Prince Igor, Act II: Polovtsian Dances Kalmus. By Alexander Borodin (1833-1887). Russian Oriental/Asiatic: Romantic.
Arranged by Bob Chilcott. Secular, Choral Leaflet. Duration 3'. Oxford University Press. This enticing choral arrangement of the well-known first 'Polovtsian Dance' from Borodin's Prince Igor juxtaposes the music of a Russian Romantic with text from Act 4 of The Tempest - 'Our revels now are ended'. Chilcott masterfully combines the SSAATTBB forces with wordless upper-voice solos and an optional guitar line in a calm yet powerful evocation of the text. We recommend purchasing Polovtsian Dance No. 1 with The King's Singers Book of Rounds, Canons and Partsongs.
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It was said of Russian composer Alexander Borodin (1833–87) that no musician has ever claimed immortality with .
It was said of Russian composer Alexander Borodin (1833–87) that no musician has ever claimed immortality with so slender an offering. Borodin's list of musical works was very short but his brilliant works like "Polovtsian Dances" and "In the Steppes of Central Asia" shown in this study score more than make up for it. I keep both pieces close to my heart. They are some of the most colorful and beautiful music ever made, never straying from their ethnic and Russian roots. By reading and studying Dover's wonderful release of the original score I can further appreciate the mastery of his works.
State & Festival Lists. Alexander Borodin - Edwin F. Kalmus. Additional Score Vocal Score View Details.
Polovtsian Dances (Act 2. Arrangements and Transcriptions (22). I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
Polovtsian Dances (Act 2). Complete Recording (EU) - 2. 6MB - 11:47 - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - V/N/V - 684 ⇩ - MP3 - Vangi. MP3 file (audio) Vangi (2019/4/10). Piano (Condensed score), Strings, Flute and Picc, Oboe I & II, Clar I (in Bl flat), Clar II (in B flat), Fag I & II, Horn I & II (in F), Horn III & IV (in F), Tru I (in B flat), Tru II (in B flat), Pos I & II, Bass Pos, Tuba, Timp.