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Для голоса и фортепиано

Название пользователя: Flight of the bumblebee (voice and piano)


Бесплатно

Разместил(а) OLC Barcelona Sheet Music
PDF, 537.9 Кб ID: SM-000075240 Дата публикации: 18 авг 2011
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Голос
Состав исполнителей
Дуэт
Тип нот
Клавир с вокальной партией
Язык
Немецкий, Русский
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Original version: voice and piano. Please visit http://olcbarcelonamusic.load.cd to get more sheet music. Contact us at olopcallmusic@hotmail.com
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For russian folk orchestra

Название пользователя: Flight of the Bumblebee from The Tale of Tsar Saltan


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Разместил(а) Библиотека
PDF, 1.34 Мб ID: SM-000002267 Дата публикации: 21 фев 2005
Инструменты
Балалайка, Домра
Состав исполнителей
Оркестр русских народных инструментов
Тип нот
Партитура
Издатель
Библиотека
Язык
Русский
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Жанр
Классика/Транскрипция
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Для флейты и фортепиано – партия флейты

Название пользователя: Полет шмеля, для флейты и фортепиано – Партия флейты


1.45 USD

Продавец PlaceArt
PDF, 326.8 Кб ID: SM-000040088 Дата публикации: 08 окт 2010
Инструменты
Флейта
Состав исполнителей
Соло
Тип нот
Сольная партия
Тональность
Фа минор
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Жанр
Классика/Транскрипция
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Для флейты и фортепиано

Название пользователя: Полет шмеля, для флейты и фортепиано


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Разместил(а) PlaceArt
PDF, 187.8 Кб ID: SM-000040089 Дата публикации: 08 окт 2010
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Флейта
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей
Тональность
Фа минор
Издатель
PlaceArt
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Жанр
Классика/Транскрипция
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Для флейты и фортепиано

Название пользователя: Полёт шмеля фа минор, для флейты и фортепиано


1.45 USD

Продавец PlaceArt
PDF, 704.2 Кб ID: SM-000071586 Дата публикации: 23 июн 2011
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Флейта
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Сольная партия
Тональность
Фа минор
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Жанр
Классика/Камерная музыка
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Для фортепиано

Название пользователя: Полёт шмеля, для фортепиано


1.45 USD

Продавец PlaceArt
PDF, 413.9 Кб ID: SM-000071587 Дата публикации: 23 июн 2011
Инструменты
Фортепиано
Состав исполнителей
Соло
Тип нот
Для одного исполнителя
Тональность
Фа минор
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Жанр
Классика/Камерная музыка
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Для флейты и фортепиано – партия флейты

Название пользователя: Полёт шмеля ля минор, для флейты и фортепиано – Партия флейты


1.45 USD

Продавец PlaceArt
PDF, 242.5 Кб ID: SM-000071595 Дата публикации: 23 июн 2011
Инструменты
Флейта
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Сольная партия
Тональность
Ля минор
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Жанр
Классика/Камерная музыка
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Для флейты и фортепиано

Название пользователя: Полёт шмеля ля минор, для флейты и фортепиано


1.45 USD

Продавец PlaceArt
PDF, 419.8 Кб ID: SM-000071606 Дата публикации: 23 июн 2011
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Флейта
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей
Тональность
Ля минор
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Жанр
Классика/Камерная музыка
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Для гобоя и фортепиано

Название пользователя: Flight of the bumblebee (oboe/soloist and piano)


4.00 USD

Продавец OLC Barcelona Sheet Music
PDF, 439.2 Кб ID: SM-000075241 Дата публикации: 18 авг 2011
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Гобой
Состав исполнителей
Дуэт
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей
Аранжировщик
Paul Siguir
Уровень сложности
Сложно
This is scored for oboe and piano. However, the oboe part can be played by any C instrument.
Visit http://olcbarcelonamusic.load.cd for more sheet music.
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For piano

Название пользователя: Flight of the Bumblebee R. Korsakov

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2.00 USD

Продавец Takahiko Saito
PDF, 225.0 Кб ID: SM-000254868 Дата публикации: 03 сен 2016
Инструменты
Фортепиано
Состав исполнителей
Соло
Тип нот
Для одного исполнителя
Аранжировщик
Takahiko Saito
Издатель
Takahiko Saito
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Жанр
Классика/Транскрипция
Bearbeitung von Takahiko Saito
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For piano

Название пользователя: Flight of the Bumblebee


2.00 USD

Продавец Takahiko Saito
PDF, 224.6 Кб ID: SM-000269128 Дата публикации: 26 янв 2017
Инструменты
Фортепиано
Состав исполнителей
Соло
Тип нот
Клавир
Аранжировщик
Takahiko Saito
Издатель
Takahiko Saito
Уровень сложности
Средний уровень
Время звучания
1'30
Год создания
2016
Жанр
Классика/Транскрипция
Leichte Fassung
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Для гитары

Название пользователя: Flight of the bumblebee


Бесплатно

Разместил(а) Altai
PDF, 282.0 Кб ID: SM-000270680 Дата публикации: 06 фев 2017
Инструменты
Классическая гитара
Состав исполнителей
Соло
Тип нот
Для одного исполнителя
Аранжировщик
Altai
Издатель
Altai
Жанр
Классика/Инструментальная
обработка шутка для виртуозного исполнения на гитаре
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For saxophones

Название пользователя: N. Rimsky - Korsakov. Flight of the Bumblebee

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20.00 USD

PDF, 750.4 Кб ID: SM-000307114 Дата публикации: 05 ноя 2017
Инструменты
Саксофон альт, Саксофон тенор, Саксофон баритон, Саксофон сопрано
Тип нот
Партитура, Партии
Тональность
Соль минор
Аранжировщик
Валерия Виноградова
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
1'30
Жанр
Классика/Инструментальная
It is an arrangement for saxophone orchestra (12 instruments).
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Для фортепиано

Название пользователя: Rimsky-Korsakov - The Flight of the Bumblebee - piano solo

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4.95 USD

Продавец Петр Петров
PDF, 646.7 Кб ID: SM-000492634 Дата публикации: 07 май 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано
Состав исполнителей
Соло
Тип нот
Клавир
Части
1 до 1 из 1
Аранжировщик
Петр Петров
Издатель
Петр Петров
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
2'0
Жанр
Классика/Инструментальная
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For Alto Clarinet & Piano

Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Alto Clarinet and Piano

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19.95 USD

Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.10 Мб ID: SM-000508581 Дата публикации: 25 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Альт-кларнет
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Части
1 до 1 из 1
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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For Alto Sax & Piano

Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Alto Sax and Piano

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19.95 USD

Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.10 Мб ID: SM-000508582 Дата публикации: 25 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Саксофон альт
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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For Bass Clarinet & Piano

Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Bass Clarinet and Piano

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19.95 USD

Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.11 Мб ID: SM-000508583 Дата публикации: 25 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Бас-кларнет
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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For Baritone Horn & Piano

Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Baritone Horn and Piano

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19.95 USD

Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.10 Мб ID: SM-000508584 Дата публикации: 25 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Баритон-горн
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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For Bassoon & Piano

Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Bassoon and Piano

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19.95 USD

Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.08 Мб ID: SM-000508585 Дата публикации: 25 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Фагот
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Baritone Sax and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.10 Мб ID: SM-000508586 Дата публикации: 25 июн 2020
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Фортепиано, Саксофон баритон
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Clarinet and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.10 Мб ID: SM-000508587 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
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Фортепиано, Кларнет
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for E-Flat Clarinet and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.10 Мб ID: SM-000508588 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Кларнет
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Euphonium and Piano
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PDF, 1.09 Мб ID: SM-000508589 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Эуфониум
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Flute and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.11 Мб ID: SM-000508590 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Флейта
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for French Horn and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.13 Мб ID: SM-000508591 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
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Фортепиано, Валторна
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Jmsgu3 Publications S0.333061

DESCRIPTION
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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PDF, 1.09 Мб ID: SM-000508592 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
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Фортепиано, Гобой
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
msgu3 Publications S0.333055

DESCRIPTION
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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For Piccolo & Piano

Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Piccolo and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.09 Мб ID: SM-000508593 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Флейта пикколо
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Jmsgu3 Publications S0.333053

DESCRIPTION
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Soprano Sax and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.20 Мб ID: SM-000508594 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Саксофон сопрано
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Jmsgu3 Publications S0.333147

DESCRIPTION
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Tuba and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.13 Мб ID: SM-000508595 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Туба
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Jmsgu3 Publications S0.333043

DESCRIPTION
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Trumpet and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.09 Мб ID: SM-000508596 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Труба
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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For Tenor Sax & Piano

Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Tenor Sax and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.15 Мб ID: SM-000508597 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Саксофон тенор
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Jmsgu3 Publications S0.333153

DESCRIPTION
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Cello and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.14 Мб ID: SM-000508598 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Виолончель
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Jmsgu3 Publications S0.333035

DESCRIPTION
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Violin and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.12 Мб ID: SM-000508599 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Скрипка
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Jmsgu3 Publications S0.333031

DESCRIPTION
Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Название пользователя: Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee for Viola and Piano

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Продавец James Guthrie
PDF, 1.11 Мб ID: SM-000508600 Дата публикации: 26 июн 2020
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Альт
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Издатель
Jmsgu3 Publications
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'15
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Jmsgu3 Publications S0.333029

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Flight of the Bumblebee from Korsakov's "Tale of Tsar Saltan" Score: 9 pages, Solo part: 3 pages, Piano accompaniment part: 3 pages. Duration: ca. 1:15 Amaze your listeners with this short but stunning recital encore!

Flight of the Bumblebee is, to be sure, an orchestral interlude composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan. Korsakov, of course, intended to musically portray the chaotic flying pattern of a bumblebee. Nowadays, this piece is one of the comparatively more famous classical works because it frequently appears from time to time in popular culture. In the opera, the piece appears notably at the close of Act III, Tableau 1. This is when the magic Swan-Bird, in fact, changes the Prince (the son of the Tsar) into a bee so he can fly away to visit his father. Interestingly, at this point in the drama, his father, in effect, does not know that he is alive.


Korsakov Background
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 –1908) was a uniquely famous composer from Russia. He was likewise a member of an infamous assembly of composers called The Five. Korsakov was furthermore an expert in orchestration. His correspondingly most famous orchestral compositions—Capriccio Espagnol, the Russian Easter Festival Overture, and the Scheherazade suite—are important monuments of the standard music repertoire. Also, comparatively very important are his suites and excerpts from his 15 operas. Korsakov was moreover fond of using Russian folklore and fairy tales in his music, such as Scheherazade.

Nationalistic Style
Korsakov believed, similarly to fellow outspoken composer Balakirev, in creating a nationalistic, Russia-centric style of classical music. The new style was in fact called “Orientalism.” It similarly relied on native Russian materials, exotic scales, and experimental harmonic, melodic and rhythmic procedures. This practice, conversely, ran counter to the developments in Western musical culture.

Musical Developments
Nevertheless, Korsakov developed an appreciation of Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony, and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. Moreover, he undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and mastered Western methods, incorporating them in conjunction with the influences of Mikhail Glinka and other members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were additionally enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner.

Naval Service
Korsakov combined his music career accordingly with a career in the Russian military. He was in the first place an officer in the Russian Navy. In due time, he was appointed as a civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. As a result, Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which in turn heightened his capabilities in orchestration.

Legacy
Korsakov in due time contributed a significant number of Russian nationalist works. He also prepared, from time to time, compositions by The Five for presentation. This brought their works straightaway into the active classical repertoire as well. He also shaped an entire generation of younger composers during his time as a music educator. Therefore, music historians consider Korsakov as the foremost engineer of what the public considers to be the Russian style of composition. He served, all in all, as a transitional figure between The Five and the classically trained composers who became the norm over time. In addition to the Russians, he forthwith influenced non-Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, and Respighi.
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Для флейты и гитары

Название пользователя: Fleyt of the bumblebee for flute and guitar


8.00 USD

Продавец Дэвид Соломонс
PDF, 517.4 Кб ID: SM-000340564 Дата публикации: 05 сен 2018
Инструменты
Флейта, Классическая гитара
Состав исполнителей
Дуэт
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Партии
Аранжировщик
Дэвид Соломонс
Издатель
Дэвид Соломонс
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
3'0
Год создания
2018
Жанр
Классика/Инструментальная
This is Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the bumblebee arranged for flute and guitar, but with a Yiddish flavour.
The mode is a sort of harmonic minor, with lots of augmented seconds.
(Fleyt rhymes with "fate" and means flute in Yiddish, hence the pun)


"Fleyt of the bumblebee" is
פלייט פון די בומבלעבעע
in Yiddish (pronounced "fleyt fun di bumblebee")

The pdf contains score and parts
The sound sample is an electronic preview.

Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLNmX8jX7xM
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Название пользователя: Fleyt of the bumblebee for flute and guitar


8.00 USD

Продавец Дэвид Соломонс
PDF, 517.3 Кб ID: SM-000293556 Дата публикации: 07 авг 2017
Инструменты
Флейта, Классическая гитара
Состав исполнителей
Дуэт
Тип нот
Партитура, Партии
Аранжировщик
Дэвид Соломонс
Издатель
Дэвид Соломонс
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Год создания
2017
Жанр
Этномузыка/Еврейская
This is Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the bumblebee arranged for flute and guitar, but with a Yiddish flavour.
The mode is a sort of harmonic minor, with lots of augmented seconds.
(Fleyt rhymes with "fate" and means flute in Yiddish, hence the pun)

"Fleyt of the bumblebee" is
פלייט פון די בומבלעבעע
in Yiddish (pronounced "fleyt fun di bumblebee")

The pdf contains score and parts
The sound sample is an electronic preview.
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For flute octet

Название пользователя: Hummelflug - Flötenoktett


20.00 USD

Продавец Gabi Fellner
PDF, 593.7 Кб ID: SM-000202931 Дата публикации: 31 мар 2014
Инструменты
Флейта, Альтовая флейта, Бас-флейта
Состав исполнителей
Октет
Тип нот
Партитура, Партии
Тональность
Ля минор
Аранжировщик
Gabi Fellner
Издатель
Gabi Fellner
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Год создания
1899
Жанр
Классика/Опера
Von der Piccolo- bis zur Basshummel --- alles brummelt und hummelt zusammen!
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For flute septet

Название пользователя: Hummelflug - Flötenseptett


18.00 USD

Продавец Gabi Fellner
PDF, 584.5 Кб ID: SM-000202932 Дата публикации: 31 мар 2014
Инструменты
Флейта, Флейта пикколо, Альтовая флейта, Бас-флейта
Состав исполнителей
Септет
Тип нот
Партитура, Партии
Тональность
Ля минор
Аранжировщик
Gabi Fellner
Издатель
Gabi Fellner
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Год создания
1899
Жанр
Классика/Опера
Von der Piccolo- bis zur Basshummel --- alles brummelt und hummelt hier im Ensemble!
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Название пользователя: Полет шмеля

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Продавец Михаил Гоголин
PDF, 386.5 Кб ID: SM-000189096 Дата публикации: 30 июл 2013
Инструменты
Смешанный хор
Состав исполнителей
Хор
Тип нот
Вокальная партитура
Тональность
Ля минор
Части
1 до 1 из 1
Аранжировщик
Михаил Гоголин
Издатель
Михаил Гоголин
Уровень сложности
Сложно
Время звучания
1'40
Год создания
2002
Жанр
Классика/Пьеса
Оркестровая интермедия, написанная Николаем Римским-Корсаковым для его оперы «Сказка о царе Салтане», сочинённой в 1899—1900 годах. Интермедия оканчивает третий акт, в котором Лебедь-птица обращает князя Гвидона в шмеля...

Orchestral interlude, written by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his Opera «The Tale About Tsar Saltan», composed in 1899-1900,. Interlude graduated from the third act, in which the Swan-bird draws Prince Gvidon in the bumblebee...
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Название пользователя: Flight of the Bumblebee

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Продавец Gabriel Vinicius
PDF, 353.5 Кб ID: SM-000515284 Дата публикации: 10 ноя 2020
Инструменты
Флейта, Кларнет, Фагот, Гобой, Валторна, Тромбон, Труба, Туба, Скрипка, Альт, Виолончель, Контрабас, Литавры
Тип нот
Партитура
Уровень сложности
Очень сложно
Время звучания
1'16
Год создания
1900
Жанр
Классика/Симфоническая
The Tale of Tsar Saltan is an opera by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and libretto by Vladimir Belsky, based on the poem of the same name by Aleksandr Pushkin. Written in 1899–1900 to coincide with Pushkin's centenary, it was first performed in 1900 in Moscow, The lengthy full title of both the opera and the poem is The Tale of Tsar Saltan, of his Son the Renowned and Mighty Bogatyr Prince Gvidon Saltanovich and of the Beautiful Princess-Swan. The music is composed in the manner of Rimsky-Korsakov's operas after Snowmaiden, i.e., having a more or less continuous musical texture throughout a tableau (as with Wagner, but with the exception of the separable orchestral introductions mentioned above) and a fairly thorough-going leitmotif system, broken up here and there by song-like passages.


"Flight of the Bumblebee" (Russian: Полёт шмеля) is an orchestral interlude written by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan, composed in 1899–1900. Its composition is intended to musically evoke the seemingly chaotic and rapidly changing flying pattern of a bumblebee. Despite the piece's being a rather incidental part of the opera, it is today one of the more familiar classical works because of its frequent use in popular culture.

The piece closes Act III, Tableau 1, during which the magic Swan-Bird changes Prince Gvidon Saltanovich (the Tsar's son) into an insect so that he can fly away to visit his father (who does not know that he is alive). Although in the opera the Swan-Bird sings during the first part of the "Flight", her vocal line is melodically uninvolved and easily omitted; this feature, combined with the fact that the number decisively closes the scene, made easy extraction as an orchestral concerto piece possible.
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comments Dylan Mortega 14 дек 2015 14:44

On hearing a masterpiece like Flight of the Bumblebee one does realize that music IS the universal language of the mankind@

 
 
   
 
 
   
 
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