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Vocalise, Op.34 No.14

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Klavier
Genre
Klassische Musik
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For classical guitar

Titel nach Uploader: S. Rachmaninoff 'Vocalise' Transcribed for Classical Guitar


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Verkäufer Hiatama Workshop
PDF, 218.9 Kb ID: SM-000175076 Datum des Uploads: 04 Nov 2012
Instrumentierung
Klassische Gitarre
Partitur für
Solo
Art der Partitur
Für einen Interpreten
Tonart
e-Moll
Arrangeur
Hiatama Workshop
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Schwer
Länge
5'0
This is a Classical Guitar Transcription of "Vocalise" by S.Rachmaninoff.
The transcription is for solo Guitar.
The Transcription is in E-minor, and played with a Standard Tunning.
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For soprano and string orchestra - score, parts

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Verkäufer Giouri Bessonov
PDF, 486.7 Kb ID: SM-000184733 Datum des Uploads: 22 Mai 2013
Instrumentierung
Geige, Bratsche, Cello, Kontrabass, Stimme
Partitur für
Solo, Streichorchester
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Tonart
cis-Moll
Arrangeur
Giouri Bessonov
Verleger
Giouri Bessonov
Genre
Klassische Musik
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For violin ensemble and piano

Titel nach Uploader: S. Rachmaninoff Vocalise. Arranged for Violin Ensemble and Piano


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Verkäufer Aleksey Simonowski
PDF, 659.6 Kb ID: SM-000184845 Datum des Uploads: 24 Mai 2013
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Geige
Partitur für
Großes Ensemble (9 oder mehr Musiker)
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Arrangeur
Aleksey Simonowski
Verleger
Aleksey Simonowski
Genre
Klassische Musik/Musikstück
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycfkOpbC-x0
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For mixed choir, cello and piano

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149.00 USD

Verkäufer Mikhail Zeiger
PDF, 511.8 Kb ID: SM-000182115 Datum des Uploads: 01 Apr 2013
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Cello, Gemischter Chor: Sopran, Alt, Tenor, Bass
Art der Partitur
Partitur
Tonart
a-Moll
Arrangeur
Mikhail Zeiger
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Fortgeschritten
Länge
6'48
Jahr der Komposition
1912
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
Arr. by Mikhail Zeiger for Mixed Choir, Cello and Piano
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For solo and symphonic orchestra

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Verkäufer S.N.N.
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Instrumentierung
Flöte, Klarinette, Fagott, Oboe, Horn, Geige, Bratsche, Cello, Kontrabass, Sopran
Partitur für
Solo, Sinfonieorchester
Art der Partitur
Partitur
Tonart
cis-Moll
Arrangeur
Sergei Rachmaninoff
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Schwer
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
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Für Stimme und Klavier

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Verkäufer PlaceArt
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Instrumentierung
Klavier, Stimme
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Klavierauszug mit Singstimmen
Tonart
a-Moll
Verleger
Boosey & Hawkes
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Fortgeschritten
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
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Für Flöte und Klavier

Titel nach Uploader: Vocalise, for Flute and Piano, Op.34 No.14


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Instrumentierung
Klavier, Flöte
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Solo Stimme
Tonart
g-Moll
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Fortgeschritten
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Für Streichorchester

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Verkäufer Elena Ionova
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Instrumentierung
Geige, Bratsche, Cello, Kontrabass
Partitur für
Streichorchester
Art der Partitur
Stimmen
Jahr der Komposition
1912
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
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For piano four hands - score and parts

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Verkäufer Peter Petrof
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Instrumentierung
Klavier
Partitur für
Klavier, vierhändig
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Erste Stimme, Zweite Stimme
Satz, Nr.
1 bis 1 von 1
Arrangeur
Peter Petrof
Verleger
Peter Petrof
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Fortgeschritten
Länge
6'0
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
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For soprano and piano (c moll)

Titel nach Uploader: Вокализ (c-moll), Соч.34 No.4


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Verkäufer S.N.N.
PDF, 240.0 Kb ID: SM-000343999 Datum des Uploads: 09 Nov 2018
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Sopran
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Klavierauszug mit Singstimmen
Tonart
c-Moll
Verleger
S.N.N.
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Schwer
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
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Für Tenorsaxophon und Klavier

Titel nach Uploader: Вокализ (для саксофона тенора или сопрано), Op.34 No.14


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Anbieter Aquarius-Ru
PDF, 510.6 Kb ID: SM-000338778 Datum des Uploads: 27 Jul 2018
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Tenorsaxophon, Sopransaxophone
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Solo Stimme
Tonart
d-Moll
Arrangeur
Aquarius-Ru
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Jahr der Komposition
1915
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
Адаптация для саксофона in B (тенора или сопрано) и фортепиано
В файле находятся:
Партитура + Клавир (в концертном строе) + Партия солиста

© Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов, 1915
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For symphonic orchestra

Titel nach Uploader: С. Рахманинов 'Вокализ' авторская версия для симф. оркестра


2.70 USD

Verkäufer Alexander Andrianov
PDF, 8.08 Mb ID: SM-000373141 Datum des Uploads: 10 Okt 2019
Instrumentierung
Flöte, Klarinette, Fagott, Oboe, Englischhorn, Horn, Geige, Bratsche, Cello, Kontrabass
Partitur für
Sinfonieorchester
Art der Partitur
Partitur
Verleger
Boosey & Hawkes
Genre
Klassische Musik/Sinfoniemusik
Партитура С. Рахманинов "Вокализ" авторская версия для симф. оркестра
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For voice and strings

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10.00 USD

Verkäufer Sergei Zheludkov
PDF, 1.63 Mb ID: SM-000377935 Datum des Uploads: 25 Dez 2019
Instrumentierung
Geige, Bratsche, Cello, Kontrabass, Sopran
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Arrangeur
Sergei Zheludkov
Verleger
Sergei Zheludkov
Jahr der Komposition
2018
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
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Für Streichorchester

Titel nach Uploader: Vocalise No.14, Op.34


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Verkäufer Mladen Spasinovici
ZIP, 1.27 Mb ID: SM-000380660 Datum des Uploads: 04 Feb 2020
Instrumentierung
Geige, Bratsche, Cello, Kontrabass
Partitur für
Solo, Streichorchester
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Tonart
e-Moll
Arrangeur
Mladen Spasinovici
Verleger
Mladen Spasinovici
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Fortgeschritten
Länge
5'40
Jahr der Komposition
1912
A very touching piece arranged for cello soloist and string orchestra.
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For cello. In the original key of c# minor and in e minor

Titel nach Uploader: Vocalise, edited for cello. In the original key of c# minor and in e minor

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Gratis

PDF, 289.1 Kb ID: SM-000381551 Datum des Uploads: 01 Mrz 2020
Instrumentierung
Cello
Partitur für
Solo
Art der Partitur
Für einen Interpreten
Arrangeur
Yellow Cello Music
Verleger
Yellow Cello Music
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Cellists often play this in e minor, but I love it in c# minor! Pick your favorite. Cello part only; piano part is not included.
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For voice, violin and piano

Titel nach Uploader: Вокализ

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6.50 USD

PDF, 661.0 Kb ID: SM-000498014 Datum des Uploads: 21 Mai 2020
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Geige, Sopran
Partitur für
Trio
Art der Partitur
Partitur
Tonart
cis-Moll
Arrangeur
Vladislav Martynenko
Verleger
Vladislav Martynenko
Genre
Klassische Musik/Romanze
Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов - Вокализ ор. 34 № 14
Переложение для сопрано, скрипки и фортепиано - Владислав Мартыненко
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For Alto Clarinet and Piano

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Verkäufer James Guthrie
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Instrumentierung
Klavier, Altklarinette
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Stimmen
Satz, Nr.
1 bis 1 von 1
Verleger
Jmsgu3 Publications
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Länge
6'33
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
Rachmaninoff: Vocalise for Alto Clarinet and Piano
Intermediate level - Digital Download
Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336329. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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For Alto Flute and Piano

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Verkäufer James Guthrie
PDF, 1.09 Mb ID: SM-000508382 Datum des Uploads: 24 Jun 2020
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Altflöte
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Stimmen
Satz, Nr.
1 bis 1 von 1
Verleger
Jmsgu3 Publications
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Länge
6'33
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
Rachmaninoff: Vocalise for Alto Flute and Piano
Intermediate level - Digital Download
Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336325 . Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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For Alto Sax and Piano

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24.95 USD

Verkäufer James Guthrie
PDF, 1.08 Mb ID: SM-000508383 Datum des Uploads: 24 Jun 2020
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Altsaxophon
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Stimmen
Satz, Nr.
1 bis 1 von 1
Verleger
Jmsgu3 Publications
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Länge
6'33
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
Rachmaninoff: Vocalise for Alto Sax and Piano
Intermediate level - Digital Download
Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336323. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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For Bass Clarinet and Piano

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24.95 USD

Verkäufer James Guthrie
PDF, 1.09 Mb ID: SM-000508384 Datum des Uploads: 24 Jun 2020
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Bassklarinette
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Stimmen
Satz, Nr.
1 bis 1 von 1
Verleger
Jmsgu3 Publications
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Länge
6'33
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
Rachmaninoff: Vocalise for Bass Clarinet and Piano
Intermediate level - Digital Download
Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336315. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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For Baritone Horn and Piano

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24.95 USD

Verkäufer James Guthrie
PDF, 1.09 Mb ID: SM-000508385 Datum des Uploads: 24 Jun 2020
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Baritonhorn
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Stimmen
Satz, Nr.
1 bis 1 von 1
Verleger
Jmsgu3 Publications
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Länge
6'33
Genre
Klassische Musik/Vokalmusik
Rachmaninoff: Vocalise for Baritone Horn and Piano
Intermediate level - Digital Download
Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336313. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336311. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336309. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336305. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336299. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Rachmaninoff: Vocalise for Euphonium and Piano
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336295. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336291. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Rachmaninoff: Vocalise for Oboe and Piano
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336275. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Rachmaninoff: Vocalise for Oboe d'Amore and Piano
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336271. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336263 . Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336261. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336217. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336215. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336209. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336205. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.335991. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.336203. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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Titel nach Uploader: Rachmaninoff: Vocalise for Viola and Piano, Op.34 No.14

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Rachmaninoff: Vocalise for Viola and Piano
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Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by James M. Guthrie, ASCAP. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Technique Training, Wedding, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 13 pages.
Published by Jmsgu3 Publications S0.335481. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14. Score: 7 pages, 41 measures. Duration: ca. 6:33. Solo part: 2 pages, Piano part: 4 pages. Very famous composition with a distinctly melancholy flavor. Suitable for Lent or Easter meditations, receptions, weddings, recitals, school performances, and concert encores.

Vocalise is a song that Sergei Rachmaninoff in fact composed 1915. It represents, as can be seen, the final entry of his 14 Romances, Op. 34. He wrote it generally speaking for high voice with piano accompaniment. There are no words, but with this in mind, it is usually sung on a vowel that the singer chooses. He provided a dedication by and large to the famous soprano Antonina Nezhdanova.

Rachmaninoff Background
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 –1943) was a famous Russian concert pianist, and in fact also a composer, during the Romantic period. Some of his compositions are in short among the most famous in the entire Romantic repertoire. Rachmaninoff was born into a musical family on the whole and began studying the piano at only four years of age. In due time, he graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1892. By then, he had in essence already composed several works for piano and a few orchestral pieces as well. However, In 1897, music critics reacted negatively to his first symphony. As a result, Rachmaninoff was clinically depressed for four years. During this time, he composed very little. Eventually, successful therapy allowed him to complete his Piano Concerto No. 2. In contrast, it was ardently received by the critics. Rachmaninoff conducted at the Bolshoi Theatre, then eventually relocated to Dresden, Germany. During this time, he first toured the United States

Move to America
Rachmaninoff and his family meanwhile left Russia following the Russian Revolution in 1918. They settled, to begin with, in New York City. He performed on the piano and by and large conducted performances of his music for a living. For a while, his busy tour schedule meant he had, on the whole, no time to compose. In fact, between 1918 and 1943, he finished just six works, including Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3, and Symphonic Dances. Generally speaking, he moved to Beverly Hills in 1942 for health reasons. Rachmaninoff was granted American citizenship ultimately one month before he died.

Legacy
In Rachmaninoff's compositions, we see all in all the early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, and other Russian composers. These influences, in any event, seem to relinquish to his personal style of melodicism and orchestral color. Rachmaninoff obviously highlighted the piano often in his works. In essence, he employed his pianistic skills to explore the more sensitive potentials of the instrument.
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comments Sandra Jackson 16 Apr 2019 13:44

A well-written score it is. Love this beautiful pianistic transcription a lot as it performs a good job of converting the original sound into just piano without losing all the savvy complexities of the original patternsm harmonies and melody. I'm still in the process of learning the composition but I already fell it's gonna be a rewarding challenge in my personal way through it. The difficulty is moderate, not skyhard to get it going in no time.

comments Mikhail Zeiger 06 Jul 2018 21:33

The arrangement was commissioned and premiered by Russian Chamber Chorus of New York

 
 
   
   
 
 
   
 
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