Song of grusia... Its real name?

Posted: 2/16/2006 4:04:39 PM
omhoge

From: New York, NY

Joined: 2/13/2005

Any one find a score source?
I've been looking with no luck at all.
Posted: 3/9/2006 1:01:55 PM
omhoge

From: New York, NY

Joined: 2/13/2005

Still no luck.

Seems like all the classical printed music stores seem to have closed and become gyms and star$s.

Any one have any luck finding the score in print?
thanks ether-gang.
Posted: 3/10/2006 7:01:50 AM
Charlie D

From: England

Joined: 2/28/2005

Phone up Edition Peters or someone. They're bound to be able to either send you a copy or give you the details of a publisher who'll be able to.

Rachmaninoff is a pretty famous composer. His complete works should be available under most general music publicists.

EDIT: I doubt you'll find much of his music online, as he only died in 1943. This means that most of his music shouldn't yet be in the public domain as far as I'm aware, at least certainly not in the UK. If you go to mutopia.com, a website full of public domain music, you'll see that the latest composer whose music they can share legally died in 1885.
Posted: 3/10/2006 8:01:52 PM
GordonC

From: Croxley Green, Hertfordshire, UK

Joined: 10/5/2005

http://mutopia.com appears to show how to hold a violin, and not much else.

I think the right link is http://www.mutopiaproject.org/

Posted: 3/11/2006 5:38:44 AM
omhoge

From: New York, NY

Joined: 2/13/2005

cool site, thanks.
seems no Rachmaninoff though.
Posted: 3/11/2006 5:42:01 AM
Charlie D

From: England

Joined: 2/28/2005

My point exactly. 'Song of Grusia' (or 'Ne Poy Kravitska' or whatever it's called) isn't yet in the public domain. If you want a copy you'll either have to buy one, or go on some dodgy website and get a rubbishy midi transcript.

Posted: 10/16/2006 8:15:59 AM
marxc2001

From: UK

Joined: 5/16/2006

I've only just come across this thread (sorry if it's a tad late!)

If you can't find anything for "Ne Poy, krasavitsa", "Song of Grusia", or "Song of Georgia" try "Chanson Georgienne" - That returns results on Boosey and Hawkes (www.boosey.com) but only as full score (which was for Soprano and Orchestra if I remember right...) - but should be relatively easy to do a theremin (Violin)/Piano reduction from. It is a bit pricey though...

Have fun.

MC

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