A collection of music for film composed by Popov during World War II. Includes: Symphony No. 2 (Motherland); Soundtrack to the film The Turning Point; and Red Cavalry Campaign. With the St. Petersburg State Academy Symphony Orchestra.
This book contains exercises and etudes featuring trills, by composers including Clementi, Busoni, Hans von Bülow, Czerny, Stephen Heller, Saint-Saens, Scriabin, Heinrich Neuhaus and others. With a preface and brief composer biographies.
A series of twenty exercises by Popov which focus on the extension or contraction of the playing hand. With a preface in German and English.
This volume contains exercises on black keys composed by Busoni, Chopin, Josef Hofmann, Rafael Joseffy, Heinrich Neuhaus and Heinz Walter. With a preface and brief composer biographies.
This volume collects pieces which stress repeated notes played with changing fingers. Includes music by Kabalevsky, Czerny, Busoni, Heller, Moscheles, and others. With a preface and notes on the composers in German and English.
This collection of exercises focuses on playing thirds in rapid succession. Includes music by the editor, as well as by Liszt, Tausig, and others. With a preface in German and English.
Nineteen exercises. With a preface in German and English. The aim of this volume is to improve physical endurance for repeated notes. This technique is used in music by Beethoven, Schubert, Liszt, and many others.
A set of twenty exercises. With a preface in German and English. These exercises practice jumps between a variety of different intervals, and in several chordal settings. Contains pieces by Berens, Bertini, Brahms, Busoni, Czerny, Liszt, Domenico Scarlatti, and Wieck.
Piano part by Alexander Bachtchiev. This first volume contains three of the sonatas : F major, C major and B flat major. With preface by the publishers. Performance notes. Bibliography.
Contains three sonatas : E flat major, e minor, G major. Piano part by Alexan der Bachtchiev. Preface, notes on performance practice. Bibliography.
Dedicated to Valery Popov.
Moscow Cathedral Choir, Victor Popov.
Edited, with a preface, by Valeri S. Popov.
Several numbers from Borodin's opera. Featuring Angelina Shvachka, Dmytro Popov, Mykola Koval, Taras Shtonda and others.
In five movements. With explanation of signs. Composed for Valery Popov. Duration: ca. 7 minutes.
Dedicated to Valery Popov. With instrumentation and notes. Duration : ca. 27 minutes.
This disc includes music by Popov, Schumann, Puccini, Donizetti, Grieg, Nedyalkov, and others.
This opera premiered in 2013. With Andrei Popov, Edward Tsanga, and Vladimir Moroz. Valery Gergiev conducts the Mariinsky Orchestra.
The Chorus of the Moscow Academy of Choral Arts performs the music of Shostakovich. With Victor Popov and Tatyana Kravchenko.
…and Dream (Katia Popov, violin, Hollywood Studio Orchestra, Lior Rosner, conductor) -- Three Poems by Sappho (Janai Brugger, soprano, Lior Rosner, piano) -- In Time of Silver Rain – Seven Poems by Langston Hughes (Janai Brugger, soprano, Lior Rosner, piano) -- Innerscape (Katia Popov, violin, Steven…
A disc of music composed by Popov between 1941 and 1945, including: Symphony No. 3 (Heroic); and Symphonic Aria for Cello and String Orchestra. With the St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra.
Chamber music by Schnittke featuring the violin, as performed by Lida Kovalenko. Also featuring pianist Yuri Serov, violinist Alexey Baev, violist Alexey Popov and cellist Kirill Timofeev.
Edited by Valeri S. Popov. Includes bassoon selections from Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker, Eugen Onegin and Pique Dame. With a preface.
In one movement. With brief performance notes in German and English. Dedicated to Mikhail Tolpygo, Valeri Popov and Alexander Bakhchiyev. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 15 minutes.