Today the intensity of the development of the ensemble performance clearly surpasses all others, regardless of instrumental, stylistic and genre orientation.
Category: Sheet music, Ensemble for Button Accordion; Sheet music, Ensemble for Piano Accordion
The publication of a new collection of plays of the famous singer and composer N. Malygina will please a large number of musicians playing the bayan and the accordion in duos and trios.
In this series of duets and trios for bayan and accordion ensemble are seen as the most common and the most appropriate form of music-making, both for learning groups, and for concerts.
The original repertoire for the bayan and accordion duets and trio is always in high demand, especially after the introduction of the class of ensemble music in the curricula of institutions of all levels as one of the compulsory subjects. The demand in the music for such ensembles is huge, as well as the deficit is large, despite the numerous publications of the new ensemble music in recent years.
Some pieces of the collection have been seriously tested by well-known concert bands like Urals, Orel and Zauralskiy trio of accordionists, Kurgan accordion trio, duets Larissa and Victor Gerasimov, Ludmila Beletskaya and Svetlana Rodionova. These pieces and the numerous original arrangements occupy a firm place in the student ensembles repertoire (often not inferior to the level of professional performers), always included in the repertoire of folk instruments orchestras and mixed instrumental ensembles.
Nicholas Malygin's creativity continues the tradition of such famous artists as J. Panitsky, A. Shalaev, V. Gridin, while maintaining personal traits.
His works and redaction for the button accordion distinguish lyricism, fine taste, knowledge of the form, the findings in the texture.
Publisher hopes, that the published collection of submitted pieces will find new artists and will broaden the number of N. Malygin's admirers, and will diversify their repertoire.
(description written by B. Bryzgalin, Honored Artist of Russia, winner of the International Competition)
N. Malygin. Kostroma watercolors (suite in three parts)
1. Bells of the Ipatiev Monastery
2. Walk along the embankment
3. Chuhlomskie accordion players in Berendeyevka
"Do not go away, my darling." Improvisation on the theme of an old Russian romance
Waltz "Maestro Accordion"
On the Volga wide. Potpourri on the themes of the Boris Mokrousov's songs
By the Murom road. Improvisation on the Russian folk song
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