Project Stravinsky: Complete pre-1923 works now available

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Project Stravinsky: Complete pre-1923 works now available

Postby daphnis » Thu Dec 11, 2008 11:25 pm

For those in the US and interested, project Stravinsky, which encompasses his COMPLETE output that is public domain in the United States, will be online and available tomorrow sometime. Happy early Christmas.

The project contains the following pieces from either first editions, or reprints thereof:

Orchestral works

4 Etudes (parts)
Symphony No. 1 (score and parts)
Scherzo fantastique (score and parts)
Chant du Rossignol (score and parts)
Fireworks (score and parts)
Firebird (score)
Petrushka (score and parts (suite))
Pulcinella Suite (parts)
Rite of Spring (score and parts)
Les Noces
L'Histoire du soldat (parts)
Suite No.1 (parts)

Chamber/Large Ensemble

3 Pieces for String Quartet (score, parts (Muzyka, Edition Russe de Musique))
Renard
Ragtime
Histoire du Soldat (Suite)

Vocal

2 Mélodies, Op. 6
2 Poems by Konstantin Belmont
2 Poems by Paul Verlaine, Op. 9
3 Histoire pour Enfants
3 Japanese Lyrics (piano reduction, full score)
3 Little Songs 'Recollections of my Childhood'
4 Chants russes
Berceuses du Chat (piano reduction, full score)
Le roi des étoiles
Pastorale
Pulcinella (piano/vocal score)
Con queste paroline (from Pulcinella)
Pribaoutki (piano reduction, full score)
The Faun and the Shepherdess, Op. 2

Transcriptions/Solo instrumental

3 Easy pieces (piano 4 hands)
3 Pieces for solo clarinet
5 Easy pieces (piano 4 hands)
4 Etudes, Op. 7 (piano)
Firebird (transcription for solo piano)
Les cinq doigts
Petrushka (3 movements arranged for solo piano)
Petrushka (complete ballet, transcription for solo piano)
Piano rag music
Ragtime (transcription for solo piano)
Rite of Spring (transcription for piano 4 hands)
Song of the Volga Boatmen (transcription for winds and percussion)
Mussorgsky - Chanson de Méphistophélès (transcription by Stravinsky for orchestra)


Each file will contain fully-documented publication history for its source viewable under the 'Document Properties' option.

If you don't see the score you're interested in here, it is not public domain in the U.S.

Enjoy...

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Postby ThaSchwab » Fri Dec 12, 2008 1:50 am

So you're only posting them for download, and not viewing (without download) too? Nevertheless, I look forward to seeing Scherzo fantastique and Histoire du Soldat.

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Postby daphnis » Fri Dec 12, 2008 1:56 am

and not viewing (without download) too?

Not in the sense that IMSLP supports, no. They'll be available in a single archive file which must be download and decompressed for the contents to be viewable.

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Postby Carolus » Fri Dec 12, 2008 2:39 am

Outstanding. The only thing I notice missing from your list is the little "Song of the Volga Boatmen" - an arrangement for wind ensemble made as a proposed Russian national anthem for the provisional government of 1917. It was issued by Chester in 1920 and reprinted by Kalmus (A5266).

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Postby daphnis » Fri Dec 12, 2008 2:57 am

Forgot to include that on the list--fixed. It'll be present in the archive also.

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Postby vinteuil » Fri Dec 12, 2008 4:45 pm

Where on IMSLP will this be? A separate page titled...what?

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Postby daphnis » Fri Dec 12, 2008 4:49 pm

It won't be on IMSLP. I will post a link on this forum to a 3rd party hosting site in the US containing the archive.
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Postby Melodia » Fri Dec 12, 2008 6:02 pm

Hmmm, what about the 1919 version of Firebird?

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Re: Project Stravinsky: Complete and online tomorrow

Postby vinteuil » Fri Dec 12, 2008 6:08 pm

daphnis wrote:Orchestral works
Symphony No. 1
Scherzo fantastique
Chant du Rossignol
Fireworks
FirebirdPetrushka
Rite of Spring
Les Noces

Chamber/Large Ensemble

Renard
Ragtime
Histoire du Soldat (Suite)

Vocal

2 Mélodies, Op. 6
2 Poems by Konstantin Belmont
2 Poems by Paul Verlaine, Op. 9
3 Histoire pour Enfants
3 Japanese Lyrics (piano reduction, full score)
3 Little Songs 'Recollections of my Childhood'
4 Chants russes
Berceuses du Chat (piano reduction, full score)
Le roi des étoiles
Pastorale
Pulcinella (piano/vocal score)
Con queste paroline (from Pulcinella)
Pribaoutki (piano reduction, full score)
The Faun and the Shepherdess, Op. 2

Transcriptions/Solo instrumental

3 Easy pieces (piano 4 hands)
3 Pieces for solo clarinet
5 Easy pieces (piano 4 hands)
Firebird (transcription for solo piano)
Les cinq doigts
Petrushka (3 movements arranged for solo piano)
Petrushka (complete ballet, transcription for solo piano)
Piano rag music
Ragtime (transcription for solo piano)
Rite of Spring (transcription for piano 4 hands)
Song of the Volga Boatmen (transcription for winds and percussion)


Each file will contain fully-documented publication history for its source viewable under the 'Document Properties' option.

If you don't see the score you're interested in here, it is not public domain in the U.S.

I'll most likely post this as one RAR archive rather than separate files, that is until we get our US server up and running again.

Enjoy...

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Postby daphnis » Fri Dec 12, 2008 6:11 pm

As it stands now, only the Dover reprinted Firebird will be included. I'll probably add the 1919 version and the suite when our US server comes online.

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Postby ThaSchwab » Fri Dec 12, 2008 8:52 pm

Which should be when?

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Postby daphnis » Fri Dec 12, 2008 9:10 pm

Unknown.

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Postby Melodia » Sat Dec 13, 2008 3:03 am

daphnis wrote:As it stands now, only the Dover reprinted Firebird will be included. I'll probably add the 1919 version and the suite when our US server comes online.


The 1912 (?) suite, right? Forgot about that one. IIRC, he made actual orchestration changed in 1919 (and 1945) which he didn't in the first suite.

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Postby daphnis » Sat Dec 13, 2008 3:19 am

The Igor Stravinsky project is now complete and online.

There are two RAR archives--the ballet full scores (Firebird, Petrushka and Rite of Spring) and the remainder of the works as listed in the first post.

Once again as a reminder, these works are hosted in the U.S. and are only public domain there. Please know and respect the copyright laws of your own country before downloading. Neither myself nor IMSLP can or will be held responsible in any way for copyright violations.

With that said, enjoy....:


http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=f367c26538ff606f7069484bded33bcdb758810ffd6d3e7d
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Postby ThaSchwab » Sat Dec 13, 2008 4:39 am

Thank you very much, but for some reason, Adobe Acrobat isn't opening the file, so could you try to upload in possible .zip format?


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