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Works for 4 hand piano

A.P. Borodin. The quartet number 1. Arranged for piano by Rimsky-Korsakov. 4 hands. 1890. 73 pages. Price: USD 17
A.P. Borodin. Quartet № 2 for 2 violins, cello and alto. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 1888. 63 pages. Price: USD 16
R. Wagner. Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods). Siegfried and daughter of the Rhine. Arranged for 4 hands piano by Rubinstein. Price: to be defined
G. Handel. Selected concertos for string orchestra. Number 2, 8, 9, 10, 12. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 1933. Price: to be defined
I. Glazunov. Overture # 1. Op. 3. On three Greek themes. Arranged for 4 hands piano,.31 pages.
I. Glazunov. Overture # 2.Op. 6. On Greek themes. Arranged for 4 hands piano,. 39 pp.
M. Glinka. Jota Aragonesa for the orchestra. Arranged for 4 hands piano,. 27 pages
R. Gliere. Quartets. Op 2, op. 20. Octet Op. Five. Arranged for piano, 4 hands. In 1902. 63. 85 and 79 pages. Price: USD 50
E. Grieg. The quartet # 1 for two violins, cello and alto. O. Horn Arrangement for 4 hands piano. Op. 27. 71 pages. Price: USD 17
K. Davydov. Sextet # 1 for two violins, two cellos and 2 alto. Op. 35. Arranged for 4 hands piano. Price: to be defined
Ivan Laskovsky (1799–1855),. The Great Waltz. op. 77. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 23 pages. Price: USD 6
Anatoly Lyadov (Liadov) "Magic ozuro." For the orchestra. op. 62. 1910. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 11 pages. Price: USD 4
F. Mendelssohn. The quartet # 1. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 35 pages. Price: USD 8
F. Mendelssohn. Quartet № 2. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 39 pages. Price: USD 9
F. Mendelssohn. Overtures. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 142 pages. Price: USD 31
V.A. Mozart. String Quartets. t 1. In 1931. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 61 pages. Price: USD 15
V.A. Mozart. Symphony № 1 Arranged for 4 hands piano by K. Czerny. 29 pages. Price: USD 8
V.A. Mozart. Overture for piano. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 83 pages. Price: USD 20
M. Moszkowski. Coronation March from Jeanne de Arc symphony. op. 19. # 3. Arranged for 4 hands piano . 17 pages Price: USD 8
Modest Mussorgsky. Dance of the Persian Khovanshchina. Arranged for 4 hands piano . 17 pages. Price: USD 8
N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Capriccio on Spanish themes for orchestra. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 39 pages. Price: USD 10
N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Scheherazade. Symphony suite for the orchestra. op. 35. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 91 pages. Price: USD 20
S. Taneyev. Quartet № 3. for 2 violins, cello and alto. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 43 pages. Price: USD 10
P.I.Tchaikovsky. Symphony № 1. for large orchestra op.13. 1927. Arranged for 4 hands piano by Chernov. 81 pages. Price: USD 20
P.I.Tchaikovsky. Symphony number 5. for orchestra. Op.64. 1927.Arranged for 4 hands piano by Taneyev. 99 pages. Price: USD 23
P.I.Tchaikovsky. Symphony number 6. op.74 for orchestra. 1927. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 97 pages. Price: USD 23
P.I.Tchaikovsky. Slavic march. op. 31 For a large orchestra. In 1927. A. Arrangement Guverta for piano 4 hands. 27 pages. Price: USD 8
P.I.Tchaikovsky. The overture to the drama "Thunderstorm". op. 76. For the orchestra. Belyaev Arrangement for 4 hands piano. 31 pages. Price: USD 9
P.I.Tchaikovsky. Fate. Symphonic Poem Op. 77. For the orchestra. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 33 pages Price: USD 9
F. Schubert. Octet. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 63 pages. Price: USD 14
F. Schubert. Rozamuida. The overture to the drama. op. 26. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 25 pages. Price: USD 8
F. Schubert. Symphony in B minor. Arranged for 4 hands piano. 27 pages. Price: USD 8
R. Schumann. Geno Feva. Opera in four acts. op. 81. Arranged for 4 hands piano 25 pages. Price: USD 7
R. Schumann. Quintet. op.41. Arranged for 4 hands piano by T. Kirchner. 110 pages. Price: USD 26
R. Schumann. Quintet. op.44. Arrangement for piano 4 hands by T. Kirchner. 45 pages. Price: USD 10.
R. Schumann. Symphony of 1-4. Arrangement for piano 4 hands. 190 pages. Price: USD 45.
A. Walden. Polka Dancer (Mazurka). For piano 4 hands. 12 pages. Price: USD 4.

Works for 2 two pianos



P.I. Tchaikovsky. On troika (carriage-and-three). Transcription for two pianos. 8 pages Price: USD 4.
P.I. Tchaikovsky. Romeo and Juliet. Overture. Transcription for two pianos. 34 pages. Price: USD 9.
Johann Nepomuk Hummel. a-moll. (B minor) for 2 pianos. 65 pages. Price: USD 15.
Stasys Vainiūnas. Concerto for piano and orchestra. In E flat major. Op. 15. Arranged for two pianos. In 1948. 59 pages

Arrangements for piano




P.I.Tchaikovsky. Eugene Onegin. Arranged for piano. 121 pages. Price: USD 28.
P.I.Tchaikovsky. Iolanta, (Iolanthe). Op. 69 . Arranged for piano. 99 pages. Price: USD 22.
P.I.Tchaikovsky. Mazepa. Arranged for piano. 168 pages Price: USD 37.
P.I.Tchaikovsky. Maid of Orleans. Arranged for piano. 205 pages. Price: USD 45.
P.I.Tchaikovsky. The Queen of Spades. Arrangement E Langer for piano. 165 pages. Price: USD 37.
P.I.Tchaikovsky. The Enchantress. Arranged for piano by Hubert A. 205 pages. Price: USD 45.

Sheet Music
  1. Lev Abelovitš (Abelovich, Abelovic)
    • Symphony #1. Full score. 182 pages. pages. Price: USD 37.
    • Sonata for violine and piano #3. 1948. 39 pages. Price: USD 8.
  2. Abkhazian (abhazian, abhaz, abkhaz) songs. Collection. 348 pages. Price: USD 70.
  3. Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Azeri) folk songs. Collection. 124 c. Price: USD 25. Content
  4. V. Akhmedov (Ahmedov) . Turkmenian March. Ceremonial March. Kara-Kalpakian March. For Wind (Brass) Orchestra. 1962. 54 pages. USD 12.
  5. Azarashvili, Vajha (Vaja, Vazha, Waja, Wazha, Wajha).
    • Concertino for small symphonic orchestra. 40 pages. Price: USD 8
    • Trio for piano, violin and cello 1990. 100 pages. Price 20 USD.
    • Scherzo. For violin and piano. 1985. 20 pages. Price: 4 USD
    • Poem. For violin and piano. 15 pages. Price: 4 USD
    • Sonata. For clarinet and piano. 1979. 35 pages. Price USD 7
    • Sonata #2. For cello and piano. 1978. 55 pages. Price11 USD
  6. Nikolai Aladov (09.12.1890, St.Petersburg - 04.12.1972).
    • Quartet #1. for 2 violins, alt and cello. Full score. 50 pages. Price: USD 9
      Sonata #2 for 2 violins, cello and piano. Full score. 120 pages. Price: USD 24
  7. Boris Arapov, A. (September 12, 1905). Quintet for oboe, cornet in f, harp, alt and cello. Full score. 54 pages. Price: USD 9
  8. Anatoly Alexandrov.
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    Quartet for 2 violins, alto and cello. Op. 7. 1924. 37 Pages. USD 8.
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    Quartet #2 for 2 violins, alto and cello. Op. 54. 1947. 102 Pages. USD 22.
    - Quartet #3 for 2 violins, alto and cello. Op. 55. 1946. 99 Pages. USD 21.
    - Quartet #4 for 2 violins, alto and cello. Op. 80. 1954. 39 Pages. USD 9.
    - Sonata for cello and piano. 28 pages. USD 7.
  9. Autographs of musicians 1839 - 1889 years. Published in St. Petersburg in 1889. Texts in French and German. Portraits, score autographs and facsimiles. Letters. Score autographs by N.I. Bakhmetev, I. Brahms, R. Wagner, J. Verdi, B. Godar, K. Goldmark, Edward Grieg (1843-1907), M.M. Ivanov, C. Kuyi, E. Lamo, E. Lassen, G.A. Lishin, Leshetitski, P.S. Makarov, J. Massne, M. Moshkovsky, M. Mussorgsky, E.F. Napravnik, Reinike K. A. Rubinshtein, V. Safonov, I. Svedsen, I. Sgambati, K. Sen-Sans, N. Soloviev, P. Tchaikovsky, K. Sharvenka, J. Strauss. Text in Russian of XIX century (old Russian writing). Available in jpg format. Price: USD 10.
  10. Anatoly Bogatirev, Vasilievich . Convivial overture. Full score. 74 pages. Price: USD 14
  11. Osvaldas Balakauskas.
    • Symphony #2. For big symphonic orchestra. Full score. 154 pages. Price: USD 30.
    • Mountain sonata. For piano and orchestra. 136 pages. Price: USD 27.
  12. Andrea Balanchivadze (Balantchiwadse) (1906 - 1992).
    • Concert #3. For piano and string orchestra. Full score. 56 pages. Price: USD 11.
    • Concert #4. For piano and orchestra. Full score. 180 pages. Price: USD 36.
    • Symphony. Full score. 194 pages. Price: USD 39.
    • Symphony #2. Full score. 220 pages. Price: USD 44.
  13. Sergei Balassanian (Balasanian)
    • Seven Armenian songs. Suite for symphonic orchestra. Full score. 117 pages. Price: USD 23.
    • Symphony. For mixed chorus without accompaniment. In 3 parts. 48 pages. Price: USD 9.
    • Symphony #2. For string orchestra. Full score. 77 pages. Price: USD 15.
  14. Alexander Baltin
    • Concert for cello and orchestra. Reduction for cello and piano. 34 pages. Price: USD 6.
    • Concert for mezzo-soprano and orchestra. Full score. 47 pages. Price: USD 9.
    • Concert for violin and orchestra. Full score.
  15. Boldirev, I.
    • Quartet. For 2 violins, alt, and cello. Full score. 67 pages. Price: USD 13.
    • Symphony #2. For big symphony orchestra. Full score. 136 pages. Price: USD 27.
  16. Shirvani Chalaev. "Gortsi" (Mountaineers). Opera in two movements. Libretto: Sh. Chalaev according to P. Fatuev (Phatuev) drama. Trascription for voices and piano. 1974. 200 pages.
  17. P. Chapleevski. Waltz-caprice. For trumpet (in B) and piano. 1939. 7 pages. USD 3.
  18. L. Feigin. Concert for violin and orchestra. Op.3. Transcription for violin and piano by author. Clavier. 53 pages. Price: USD 12.
  19. Joonas Kokkonen (1921 – 1996).
    Concert for cello and orchestra. Clavier and separate voices. 1978. 94 pages. Price: USD 21.
  20. Mykola Kolessa (Ukrainian composer. 1903 – 2006).
    Quartet for violin, alto, cello and piano. Full score. 110 pages. Price: USD 23.
  21. Alexander Koblyakov.
    Symphony for big symphony orchestra. 1984. Full score. 160 pages. Price: USD 33.
  22. P. Kovalev
    Quartet #2 for 2 violins, alto and cello. Op 23. 1926. Full score. 51 pages. Price: USD 12.
  23. Aram Khachaturian.
    • Concert for cello and orchestra. Transcription for cello and piano by A. Dolukhanian. 1951. 96 pages. USD 20
    • Trio for clarinet. violin and piano.
  24. Bidzina Kvernadze
    • Concerto #2. For piano and orchestra. 2 piano scores. 72 pages. Price: USD 14
    • Symphony #1. For big symphonic orchestra. Full score. 116 pages. Price: USD 23
    • Dance-fantasy. For symphonic orchestra. Full score. 64 pages. Price: USD 12
    • Choreographical poem. For big symphonic orchestra. Full score. 94 pages. Price: USD 19

  25. Čiurlionis (Churlenis, Chiurlionis),
    • Fugue for piano. Op. 9, #4.
    • In the Forest. Symphonic poem. Full score. 1975. 63 pages. price: 14 USD
  26. Balys Dvarionas
    • Sanata-ballade for violin and piano. 35 pages. Price: 7 USD

  27. Gadjibekov, Sultan Ismail ogly. (Azerbaijani composer).
    • Caravan. Symphony picture. Full score. Printed in 1959. 44 pages. Price: USD 9.
    • Concert for large symphony orchestra. Full score. 116 pages. Price: USD 23.
    • Overture for symphony orchestra. Full score. 91 pages. Price: USD 19.

  28. Lithuanian composers' pieces. For piano. Čiurlionis (Churlenis, Chiurlionis), Dvarionas, Paketuras and others are included. 80 pages. Price: USD 16.
  29. Anatoly Konstantinovich Lyadov
    • From Apocalypse. For symphony orchestra. Op. 66. Full score. 1972. 42 pages. Price: USD 9
    • From Apocalypse. For symphony orchestra. Op. 66. Transcription for 4 hands piano by N.V. Artsibashev. 1915. 21 pages. Price: USD 5
    • Songs by Russian people for one voice and piano. 1959. 382 pages. Price: 80 USD
    • Polish. Op. 49e. For grand symphony orchestra. Transcription for 4 hands piano by N. Lavrov. 1900. 15 pages. Price: 4 USD
  30. Boris Nikolaevich Lyatoshinsky (Liatoshinsky, Lyatoshinski, Liatoshinski, Lyatoshynsky - January 3, 1895 – April 15, 1968).
    • Quartet #2. For 2 violins, alto and cello. A-Dur. Op. 4. Separate voices. 1930. 47 pages. Price: 10 USD
    • Quartet #3. For 2 violins, alto and cello. Op. 21. Separate voices. 1932. 31 pages. Price: 7 USD
    • Quartet #4. For 2 violins, alto and cello. Op. 43. Full score. 1946. 44 pages. Price: 10 USD
    • Reflections. For piano. Op.16. 21 pages. Price: USD 5
    • Slavonic (Slavic) Suite for big symphony orchestra. Op 68. Full score. 118 pages. Price: USD 25
    • The Ukrainian Quintet for piano, 2 violins, alto and cello. 1949. Separate voices. 98 pages. Price: USD 20
  31. Sergei Lyapunov (Liapunov)
    • Concert for piano and orchestra. Op 4. Transcription for 2 pianos. 1950. 60 pages. Price: USD 13
  32. Jewish folk songs. 250 pages. Price: USD 50.
  33. Polyakov, V
    • Concert for piano and orchestra. Reduction for 2 pianos by author. 1958. 118 pages. Price: USD 24.
    • 5 Polish folk songs for mixed choir without accompaniment. Editor: R. Bemnson. 1952. 34 pages. Price: USD 8.
    • Rhapsody-fantasy for symphony orchestra. Full score. 1974. 70 pages. Price: USD 15.
       
  34. Weinberg (Wainberg, Veinberg, Vainberg, Vajnberg, Wajnberg), Mieczyslaw (Moishei).
    • Symphony #1. Opus 10. Full score. Printed in 1972. 199 pages. Price: USD 40.
    • Symphony #4. Opus 61. Full score. Printed in 1963. 143 pages. Price: USD 30.
    • Symphony #5. Opus 76. Full score. Printed in 1964. 172 pages. Price: USD 35.
    • Quartet #4. Opus 20. For 2 violins, alt and cello. Full score. 147 pages. Price: USD 29.
    • Quartets #11-12. For 2 violins, alt and cello. Full score. 90 pages. Price: USD 18.
    • Trio for piano , violin, and cello. Separate score for all instruments. 102 pages. Price: 21 USD
    • Sonata #5 for piano. 40 pages. Price: 12 USD.
    • Sonata #6 for piano. Op. 73. 22 pages. Price: 7 USD
    • Polish tunes. Suite for symphony orchestra. Full score.72 pages. Price: 19 USD
    • Twenty four preludes for cello solo. Op.100. 1976. 36 pages. Price: 8 USD.
    • Sonata #1. for alto solo. . Op. 107. 1979. 19 pages.  Price: 4 USD
  35. Vladimir Vlasov - Russian composer (December 25, 1902  - September 7, 1986).

    • Improvisation  for cello and piano. 14 pages.
    • Quartet #3 for 2 violins, alto and cello. 54 pages.
    • Concert for cello and orchestra. Adaptation for cello and piano. 72 pages
     
  36. Vainunas (Vainiunas) Stasis. (Lithuanian composer).
    • Concert-poem #2. For organ and string orchestra. Full score. 47 pages. Price: USD 9.
    • Concert for piano. Es-dur. Opus 15. 59 pages. Price: USD 11.
    • Rhapsody for 2 pianos and orchestra. Full score. 96 pages. Price: USD 20.

  37. Shaverzashvili, Alexander.
    • Concert for violin and orchestra. Clavier for violin and piano. 44 pages. Price: USD 9.
    • Trio #2 for piano, violin and cello. Full score and voices. 43 pages. Price: USD 9.
       
  38. Shebalin, Vissarion (1915 - 1964)
    • Quartet #3. Piano score for 4 hands. 41 pages. Price: USD 9.
    • Concert for violin and orchestra. Op. 21. Full score. 103 pages. Price: USD 25.
       
  39. Otar Taktakishvili
    • Concert for piano and symphonic orchestra. 20 voices. Piano reduction by Iokheles. 1952.
    • Concert for piano and symphonic orchestra. 2 pianos reduction by author. 1952.
    • Concert #2 for piano and symphonic orchestra. 2 pianos reduction by author. 1952.
    • Symphony #1. Full score. 202 pages. USD 50.
    • Suite for flute and piano. 50 pages. USD 11.
    • Suite for piano. 32 pages. USD 8.
    • Suite for chamber orchestra. .
    • Sonata for violin and piano. Transcription by author for violin and piano. 53 pages. Price: 11 USD.
       
  40. Nikolay Tcherepnin (Cherepnin, Nikolai) May 15 1873, St. Petersburg, Russia - Died June 26, 1945, Issy-les-Moulineaux, near Paris, France. Concert #1. Op.30. Transcription for 4-hands 2 pianos. 1926. 77 page. Price: 19 USD.
  41. Chkhikvadze, Giorgi. Georgian folk songs. 95 pages. Price: USD 20.
  42. Churlenis, Mikalous (1875 - 1911). (Lithuanian composer). Selected pieces. Transcription for cello and piano. 34 pages. Price: USD 11.
  43. Tsintsadze, Sulkhan (Sulhan).
    • Concerto for violin and orchestra. Violin and piano transcription (version). 58 pages. Price: USD 12
    • Quartet #2 for 2 violins, alto and cello. Full score. 1950. 88 pages. USD: 18.
    • Quartet #9 in the memory of D. Shostakovich for 2 violins, alto and cello. Pages 32. Price: 8 USD.
    • Quartet #10 for 2 violins, alto and cello. Full score and voices. 1986. 91 pages. USD: 20. CDs also available. See here
  44. Sober, Ants (30.11.1928 - 30.06.1995). Estonian composer. Quartet #2. for 2 violins, alto and cello. Full score. 39 pages. Price: USD 9
  45. S. Taneev.
    • String trio. Op. 31. For violin, viola, cello. Transcription for violin, alt and cello by L. Gunzburg, J. Olenev. Full score. 1960. 55 pages. USD 12.
    • String trio. Op. 21. For two violins and viola.
  46. V. Soloduev. Practical manual (textbook) for study scales, intervals and arpeggios for French horn. 1929. 47 pages. USD 10.
  47. A. Soltis. Symphony #2. Full score. 173 pages. USD 36.
  48. M. Starokadomsky. Concert for violin and orchestra. 1946. Op. 20. Transcription for violin and piano. 69 pages. USD 14
  49. Tsitovich [Tsytovich], Vladimir
    • 1. Symphonietta (symphony) for big symphony orchestra. 1972. 159 pages. USD 32.
    • 2. Concerto for alto and chamber orchestra. Full score. 1967. 70 pages. USD 15.
  50. Shostakovich, Dmitry (Dmitri, Dimitry, Dimitri). Waltzes from movies. For symphony orchestra. Full score. 1959. 154 pages. Price: USD 31
  51. K. Davydov.
    Quartet. op.40 for two violins, cello and alto. 116 pages. USD 25.
  52. Johann Nepomuk Hummel.
    Concertos for piano. Op. 85. 89. Vitmann editorial office. Piano. 79 pages. USD 18.
  53. Stasys Vainiūnas.
    Rhapsody on a Lithuanian theme for violin and orchestra. Op. 20. Arranged for violin and piano Violin editorial part by A. Lavont. In 1951. 47 pages. USD 12.
  54. Stasys Vainiūnas (Vaynyunas).
    Sonata for violin and piano. Price: to be defined.
  55. Jurgis Gaizauskas.
    Sonata № 2. For violin and piano. 66 pp. 1976. USD 15.

    Sheet music for wind and brass orchestras

  56. Vano Muradeli. 1) Hymn of Students’ International Union. 1950. Separate 22 voices. 2) Victory March. 1946. Separate 24 voices. 3) March of Civil Volunteers. Black Sea March. 1946. Separate 25 voices.
  57. A. Aleksandrov (Aleksandrof).
    • Cantata about J. Stalin.
    • Song about J. Stalin. Transcripition for brass orchestra by G. Kalinovich. Separate voices. 1950.
    • Quartet for 2 violins, alto and chello.Op. 7. 37 pages. Price: USD 8
    • Quartet #3. for 2 violins, alto and chello. Op. 55. 99 pages. Price: USD 20
    • Quartet #4. for 2 violins, alto and chello. Op. 80. 39 pages. Price: USD 8
    • Small suite. Op 33. 21 pages. Price: 5 USD.
    • Etudes for piano. Op. 75
  58. A. Anfertiev. Soviet Militia (police) Marches. For Wind (Brass) Orchestra. Full score. 255 pages. USD 40
  59. A. Arensky (Arenski). Generalissimo Suvorov March. For Wind (Brass) Orchestra. Transcription by Ivanov-Radkevich. Full score. 1947. 19 pages. USD 5.
  60. A. Gedike. Four Marches. Op. 42. 1933. 10 separate voices.
  61. A. Novikov. Hymn of World Democratic Youth. 1948. Separate 27 voices.
  62. A. Rubinstein. Lezgika form opera “Demon”. Orchestration: P. Schetinkin. Separate 30 voices. 1931.
  63. A. Satyan. March of the Zakiyan Division (Yerevan). Separate 24 voices. 1942. 270 pages.
  64. A. Zataevich. Kazakhian March. 1931. Separate voices.
  65. Aleksi Machavariani. Sporting March. 11 pages. Full score. No separate voices.
  66. Always on a line. Marches. 1985. Fill score. 271 pages. Content: B. Diev – Glory to the winners.
  67. Andrea Balanchivadze. 1) Waltz. For Wind (Brass) Orchestra. 1953. 20 pages. USD 5 2). March The Caucasus Defense. For Wind (Brass) Orchestra. 1954. 24 pages. USD 6

  68. B. Anisimov. Easy pieces for wind band. 1964. 64 pages.
  69. B. Kojevnikov. March for Ceremonial Walking. V. Runov. Steel Columns. 1961. Separate 24 voices.
  70. Compilation of funeral marches.
  71. Compilation of Line Military Marches. For USSR Navy Forces. Separate 24 voices.. 1947.
  72. Compilation of Military Marches. Orchestration of S. A. Chernetsky. Separate 24 voices. 1938. 1) Dm. Pokrass. If Tomorrow the War Burst Out. 2) Dm. Pokrass. A Song On the Capital city. 3) Dm. Pokrass. Red Moscow. 4) I. Dzerjinski. Virgin Soil Upturned. 5) Dm. Pokrass. Kazak Song. 6) I. Dunaevsky. Gymnastics. 7) Georgian Column March on the themes of Georgian folk songs.
  73. Compilation of pieces for amateur wind band. Compiled: V. Bukharov. Vol.4 Separate 18 voices. 1960.
  74. Compilation of pieces for amateur wind band. Compiled: Z. Binkin. Vol.1 Separate 19 voices. 1959.
  75. Compilation of pieces for amateur wind band. Vol.3 Separate 17 voices. 1960.
  76. Compilation of pieces for military orchestras. 1937. Separate voices.
  77. Compilation of pieces for military orchestras. Vol. 1. Editor: S. Chernetsky. 1930. Separate voices.
  78. Compilation of pieces for military orchestras. Vol. 11. 1934. Separate voices.
  79. Compilation of pieces for military orchestras. Vol. 12. 1934. Separate 14 voices.
  80. Compilation of pieces for military orchestras. Vol. 13. 1934. Separate 20 voices.
  81. Compilation of pieces for military orchestras. Vol. 14. 1935. Separate 19 voices.
  82. Compilation of pieces for military orchestras. Vol. 15. 1935. Separate 14 voices.
  83. Compilation of pieces for wind orchestras. Vol. 3. 1934.
  84. Compilation of Soviet Marches. Editor: E. Vilkover. Separate 21 voices. 1944. 436 pages.
  85. Compilation of Triumphal Marches. Separate 17 voices. 1934. Pages: 230. USD 46. 1) B. Antifeev. Triumphal March. 2) F. Kenemen. Triumphal March. 3) V. Kruchinin. Triumphal March. 4) M. Levin. Triumphal March. 5) F. Ekkert. Triumphal March.
  86. Compilation of USSR Military Navy Contemporary Marches. Vol. 4. Separate 28 voices. 1947. Pages: 290. USD 58. 1) A. Ivanenko. March "Navy". 2) P. Ivakhin. March "Victory Celebration". 3) I. Bogdarenko. March "Baltic Seamen's Parade" 4) L. Maltsev. March "Native Shores" 5) A. Vardin. "Campaign March"
  87. Compilation of USSR Military Navy Marches. Separate 28 voices. 1944
  88. D. Blok. 1) Papanintsi. (I. Papanin - Russian hero who visited North Pole). 2) Campaign March. 1938
  89. D. Saliman-Vladimirov. 1) Triumphal March. 2) Concert March. Separate 30 voices. 1964.
  90. D. Saliman-Vladimirov. Column March. Separate 28 voices. 1946.
  91. E. Zabelin. North-sea Seaway March. 1937. Separate voices.
  92. Forth Leningrad Music Olympiad. For wind orchestras. 1930.
  93. G. Dudkevich. Campaign March. I. Jilvinski. Campaign March on Byelorussian Themes. 56 double pages. 1939. Separate 26 voices.
  94. Georgian Supra Song for wind orchestra MRAVALJAMIER. Full score.
  95. Gladkovski. March Battle-Front and Rear.
  96. I. Glazunov. “Ei Uhnem!"
  97. I. Armosov. Glory to Leningrad. For Wind (Brass) Orchestra. 1945. Separate 19 voices.
  98. I. Novakauskas (Lithuanian composer). Komsomol March. 1952. Separate 18 voices.
  99. 1) July 26-th March of Cuba Revolution. 2) Indonesian partisan. 1962. Separate voices.
  100. L. Maltser. Anti-fascist march. 1933. Separate 24 voices.
  101. Lu-She-An. Democratic China March. 1950. Separate 25 voices.
  102. M. Ippolitov-Ivanov. Jubilee March. 1933. Separate 21 voices.
  103. M. Ippolitov-Ivanov. Turki March. 1933. Separate 21 voices.
  104. M. Zeltser. Armenian Dance. 1949. Separate 31 voices.
  105. M. Zeltser. Moldavian Dance. 1949. Separate voices.
  106. M. Zeltser. Nanaian Dance. 1949. Separate voices.
  107. M. Ziv. Triumphant March. 1962. Separate voices.
  108. Moscow Marches. 1949. Separate 24 voices. 54 pages. 1) N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Moscow March. 2) B. Kojevnikov. The Heart of Native-land. 3) V. Kruchinin. “Moscowers”, 4) L. Malter. March of Moscowers. 5) M. Milman. Campaign March “Moscow”. 6) V. Runov. Capital City March. 7) J. Hait. Moscow march. 461 double pages. USD 92.
  109. Music of Olympic Moscow. 1979. Separate 18 voices. 107 pages
  110. N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Victory March. D. Saliment-Vladimirov – Victory Salute. V. Shepelev – Moscow 1941. L, Zats - Brother-soldier. S. Chernetski – Tank-drivers march, Mortar-men’s March. V. Pavlov – Rocket-men’s March. V. Agapkin – Slavonian Woman’s Farewell. J. Levitin. Motherland Defenders. D. Lvov-Kompanets. People's volunteer corps. S. Ganichev. On the Orbit. V. Strukov. Motherland Calls You. A. Arutiunov. Victory.
  111. N. Ivanov-Radkevich. 1)All Go Forward (A song of French Revolution). 2) L. Beethoven “Turkish March” 1931. Separate voices.
  112. N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Aurora. 1947. Separate voices.
  113. N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Battle March #5. 1936. Separate voices.
  114. N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Ceremonial March. 1932. Separate 26 voices.
  115. N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Compilation of Easy Pieces for wind orchestra according to complicity. vol.1. 1) Ukrainian Song, 2) Slow Waltz, 3) Dance, 4) Minuet 1937. Separate voices.
  116. N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Compilation of Easy Pieces for wind orchestra according to complicity. vol.2. 1) Thoughts, 2) Kolkhoz Dance, 3) Waltz, 4) Waltz “Artek”. 1937. Separate 20 voices.
  117. N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Compilation of Easy Pieces for wind orchestra according to complicity. vol.3. 1939. Separate voices.
  118. N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Dubinushka. Orchestration: by M. Vladimimrov. Op.62. Separate 24 voices. 1937.
  119. N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Dubinushka. Orchestration: by M. Vladimimrov. Op.62. Separate 34 voices. 1931.
  120. N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Wedding procession. From the opera: “Gold Cockerel”. Orchestration: V. Shvedov. Separate 20 voices. 1931.
  121. N. Rokov. Aviator's March. Suite with Daramatical March. 1938.
  122. N. Rokov. Aviator's March. Suite with Daramatical March. 1938.
  123. New Marches of Soviet Composers. Vol. 2. Separate 25 voices. 1) Y. Hait. Gala March of Athletes 2) J. Bastuev. Campaign March (orchestration G. Cheni) 3) G. Dudkevich. Satellite of Peace. 4. D. Saliman-Vladimirof. Tajik March 5) M. Milman. Yakut Campaign March. 6) V. Mikoshko. Komi March (instrumentation V. Shpirko). 356 single pages. USD 72
  124. New Marches of Soviet Composers. Vol. 4. 1950. Separate 25 voices. 1) N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Russian March. 2) I. Kasababov. Armenian March. 3) B. Kojevnikov. Motherland. 4) L. Malter. On the Peace Guard – line march. 5) O. Nikolskaya. Azerbaijani Campaign March. 6) M. Osokin. Soviet Turkmenistan. 7) D. Saliman-Vladimirof. Ukrainian march. 7) B. Terentiev. March on the folk themes of Komy Autonomy Soviet Republic. 9) S. Tulikov. Kazakh Campaign March. 10). V. Utkin. Cavalierly March. 534 double pages. USD 100
  125. New Marches of Soviet Composers. Vol. 6. 1951. Separate 24 voices. Separate 24 voices. 1) V. Vishnevitski. Russian march. 2) B. Jarikov. Campaign March. 3) O. Nikolskaya. To the Oil-people of Azerbaijan – march #3. 4) P. Triodin. Pioneer March. 5) J. Shaparin. Oncoming march from “Suvorov” movie. 230 double pages. USD 46
  126. New Marches of Soviet Composers. Vol. 7. 1953. Separate 25 voices. 1) D. Saliman-Vladimirof. Free China. 2) K. Grabar and G. Feldman. Sporting March. 3) I. Kasabaev. Armenian March #2. 4) K.Grabar and G. Feldman. Youth is Coming. 5) D. Fedorov. In A Sea. 6) F. Akimov. Navy Parade. 420 double pages. USD 84
  127. Nikoloz Gudiashvili. March. 1954. 21 pages. USD 5.
  128. Official military combatant service repertoire for Red Army. Red Army Inspection of Military Orchestras. 1945.
  129. Olga Baramisvili. Youth Waltz. For Wind (Brass) Orchestra. 1953. 20 pages. USD 5
  130. Otar Taktakishvili. Permanently Forward. March. 15 pages. 1954 Full score. No separate voices. USD 3
  131. Collection of 49 full scores for Service-line repertoire. 1951. Soviet Army Military Orchestras Inspection. 1) A.V. Aleksandrov. Hymn of the USSR (8 pages). 2) P. Degeiter. Internationale (8 pages), 3) Iv. Petrov. Line March. (Pages: 12). 4) V. Blajevich. The Route of Stalin. (Pages: 36) 5) V. Nikolaev. Campaign March. (Pages: 16). 6) S. Dunaev. March "Public March" (Pages: 20). 7) Funeral Marches (Pages: 39) 8) V. Runov. Music for physical exercises (3 pieces). (Pages: 20). 9) A. Rubinsten. "Cavalry Trot" and V. Runov "Cavalry Trot" (pages: 19). 10) D. Saliman-Vladimirov. Korean March (Pages: 20). 11) N. Mironov. Chinese March (pages: 24). 12) G. Marutyan. Armenian March (pages: 16), 13) O. Nikolskaya. March of Heros of Azerbaijan. (pages: 16). 14) N. Rodionov. March. Pages: 20. 15) A. Ivanenko. Navy March. (pages: 20). 16) V. Utkin. March "Soviet Guards" (pages: 19) 17) B. Leontiev. March (pages: 20). 18) N. Miaskovsky. Campaign (Ceremonial) March. (pages: 20). 19) Vano Muradeli. Fanfare March (pages: 16). 20) K. Moskalenko. Front march (pages: 16). 21) V. Runov: Capital City March. (pages: 16). 22) V. Runov. Parade March "Leningrad" (pages: 15). 23) N. Kolinski. Line March (pages: 16). 24) N. Ivanov-Radkevich. March on Russian Themes (pages: 16). 25) N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Victory March (pages: 16). 26) B. Kojevnikov. March for Ceremonial Parade Going (pages: 16). 27) N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Soviet Army March (pages: 15). 28) V. Runov. Ceremonial march "In the Native-land Defense" (pages: 32) 29) Kruchinin. "Contrary March" and Pertsev "Contrary March" (pages: 16) 30) Contrary Marches and flourishes by Ivanov-Radkevich (pages: 27). 31) B. Aleksandrov. "Long Life to Our Power" march(pages: 16). 32) D. Shostakovich. Glory to Stalin. (pages: 16). 33) M. Glinka. "Slavsia" (pages: 16) 34) Ivanov-Radkevich. Military Campaign. (pages: 20).
  132. Repertoire for School Wind Orchestras. Vol. 10. Separate 19 voices. 1960. Pages: 127.
  133. S. Balasanian. Concert March / A. Znosko-Borovski. Triumphal March. 1958. Separate 25 voices. 87 pages.
  134. S. Chernetski (Chernetsky). Manpower Reserves March (S.Ganinev orchestration) Kojevnikiv. Our Moscow March. V. Nikolaev. Welcome to Olympians March. V. Ubalov. Youth Is Coming. Grenabar. Old Russian March. 1980. Separate 11 voices.
  135. S. Chernetski (Chernetsky). March Guards-Mortal-men (L. Dunaev orchestration). D. Braslavski. March on Pakhmutova theme “Small Land” after L. Brejnev. S. Ganichev. My Komsomol Youth march. V. Eremov. Sport March. 1981. 190 double pages. Separate voices.
  136. S.A. Chernetski (Chernetsky). Youth. March. 1937. Separate 22 voices.
  137. S.A. Chernetsky (Chernetski). Selected Marches. Published in 1961. For wind orchestra and voices. 1) Salute to Moscow. 2) March of Eighth Shooting Division Guards. 3) March of the First Ukrainian Front. 4) March of Tankers. 5) March of Mortal Men Guards. Orchestra composition: Clarinet Es; Clarinet B I, II, III; French horn Es I, II; Trumpets B I, II; trombones I, II, III, small drums; percussion and big drum; cornets B I, II; alts Es I, II, tenors B I, II, III; baritones B, bass I, II. Clarinet Es; Clarinet B III; Trumpets B I, II; trombones I, II, III; tenors B I, II, III could be missed. 24 separate instruments and voices parts. Pages: 378. USD 76
  138. Editor S. Chernetski. Compilation of pieces for military orchestras of Soviet Red Army. Published in 1930. Vol. 1. For wind orchestra and voices.
  139. Editor S. Chernetski. Compilation of pieces for military orchestras of Soviet Red Army. Published in 1930. Vol. 2. For wind orchestra and voices. 1) N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Dubinushka. Op.62. 2) Fritz Kreisler. Concerto Waltz. 3) P. Delib. Prelude and Mazurka from ballet "COPPELIA". 4) N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Song and choir from opera SADKO. 5) J. Bizet. Introduction to the opera KARMEN. 6) M. Glinka. Kamarinskaya. 7) J. Bizet. Antract to the 4th movement of KARMEN. 8) Fr. Schubert. Military March #1. op.51. 9) P. Tchaikovsky. Fantasy on theme of SWAN LAKE. 10) Franz Suppй. Overture "Light Cavalry"
  140. Editor S. Chernetsky. Compilation of pieces for military orchestras of Soviet Red Army. Published in 1930. Vol. 3. For wind orchestra and voices. Tenor I. Tenor I, II, baritone, bass I. 1) Wagner R. Overture for opera "Rienzi". 2) A. Spendiarov. Op.9. #4. "Haitarma" from suite "Crimea Sketches". 3) S. Rachmaninoff. Op. 23. #5. Prelude. 4) A. Rubinstein. Op. 103. #7. "Toreador and Spaniard". 5) A. Rubinstein. Op. 82. #1. "Russian dance and trepak". 6) S. Rachmaninoff. "Italian Polka". 7) M. Ippolitov-Ivanov. Op.10. #2. Suite "Caucasus Sketches". 8) M. Ippolitov-Ivanov. Op.10. #4. Eastern Procession. 9) F. Chopin. Op. 26. #2. Polka. 10) N. Rimsky-Korsakov, From "Snow maiden" opera. 11) J. Verdi. Triumphal March from "Aida" opera. Separate instruments and voices parts. Pages: 373. USD 75
  141. S.A. Chernetsky (Chernetski). Slava Rodine (For the Glory of Motherland). The march of victory. For wind orchestra. Full score. 1944. Pages: 34. USD 7.
  142. Songs and Marches for the Red Army Wind Orchestras. 1940. Separate voices. No conductor score. 288 pages. Price: 59 USD.
  143. Soviet Composers’ Marches. Vol. 1. 1)Vano Muradeli. We Proudly Hold Lenin’s Banner. 2)Vano Muradeli. A Song About Army-communists. 3) S. Tulikov. My Lovely Motherland. 4) R. Glier. Red Army March. 5) N. Ivanov-Radkevich. Soviet Army March. 6) I. Petrov. Oncoming March. 1959. Separate voices. 360 pages.
  144. S. Gaber. Chuvashian march. Full score. 1934.
  145. Soviet Composers’ Marches. Vol. 2. 1)A. Novikov. Soldiers March based on the “donci-molodci” song of 1812 year. Alterman orchestration. 2) Falcons Soar as Eagles based on old soldiers song. H. Khakhanian orchestration. 3) The Red Army is the Strongest. Based on the civil war (1914) song. E. Makarov orchestration. 4) We are red Soldiers. Based on the civil war (1914) song. A. Tupitsin orchestration. 5) D. Saliman-Vladimirov. The Lights of Faraway Battles. 6) A. Dzeglenok. Chapaev. 7) V. Runov. A Field. 1959. Separate 25 voices. 528 pages.
  146. Soviet Youth March. 1952. Separate 20 voices.
  147. U. Meitus. Kazachok. Separate 11 voices. 65 pages.
  148. Under the Civil Commissar Banner. S. Chernetski orchestration. 1938. Separate 24 voices.
  149. V. Barvinski. Concert March. 19 pages.
  150. V. Bukharov (Buharov). “Pasagemos”. March on the theme of revolution in Spain. For Wind (Brass) Orchestra. 24 separate. voices. 1938. 90 pages. USD 20.
  151. V. Kochetov. Cavalry March. N. Rakov. Aviators’ March. 1948. Separate 26 voices.
  152. V. Kruchinin. Red-army Suite #1. 1937. Separate 22 voices. No conductor score. Pages 110. Price 23 USD.
  153. V. Kruchinin. . Red-army Suite #2. Four parts. 1941. Separate 24 voices. No conductor score. Pages 216. Price 40 USD.
  154. V. Markelov. Moldova March. 1948. Separate 24 voices.
  155. V. Runov. Cantata on Lenin. For Choir and Wind orchestra. 1950
  156. V. Shirko. Soaring Banners. E. Rusanov. Sporting March. 1972. Separate 24 voices. 52 pages.
  157. V. Voloshilov. March for wind band. 1932. 12 separate voices.
  158. V. Voloshilov. March for wind band. 1932. 20 separate voices.
  159. 5 Old Revolution Songs 1) B. Shekhter. “Oh, Fate” 2) B. Shekhter. The Sea Groaning In A Fury. 3) Davidenko – Hymn of members of the "Narodnaya Volya" etc. Separate voices.
  160. A. Serov. March from opera “Judith” 1950. Separate voices.
  161. Spendiarov. Etudes from Yerevan. 1931. Separate voices.
  162. World Nations Dances in orchestration of Soviet Composers. 1962. 24 Separate voices.
  163. Ukrainian March. Compilation and orchestration of S. Chernetky. 1936. 20 Separate voices. 140 pages. USD 28.
  164. Z. Feldman. Funeral March After Schors (Soviet revolutionary man). 1938. Separate voices.
  165. Julius Hait. Soviet submarine-man. 1960. separate voices.
  166. Julius Hait. Fly Higher and Higher – march of Soviet Airforces. 1938. Orchestra composition: Piano, violino-direction, violini I, violini II, viole, cello, contrabass, flute, oboe, clarinetto I on B, clarinetto II on B, fagotto, corno I in F, corno II in F, tromba I in B. tromba II in B, trombone, battaria. 21 Pages. USD 6.
  167. Julius Hait. Soviet submarine-man. 1960. separate voices.
  168. S.A Khalatov. Club March. Op.31. 1930. 19 separate voices.
  169. Aram Khachaturian. A Song on Stalin. 1939. Instrumentation of Ivanov-Radkevich. separate voices.
  170. Aram Khachaturian. Campaign March. 24 separate voices. No conductor score.
  171. P.I. Tchaikovsky. Military March. Instrumentation of Ivanov-Radkevich. Full score.
  172. N.Chemberji. Glory to Guards. 1946. 25 separate voices.
  173. D. Shostakovich. A Dance from ballet “Bolt”. Arrangement E. Messner.
  174. Compilation of campaign marches. v. 1. 1931. 1) F. Schubert. Hero march. Op. 27. #3. 2) F. Schubert. Military March. Op. 40. #1 3) F. Schubert. Military March. Op. 51. #2 4) A. Khachaturian. Campaign march #2 (Prize winner of 1931). 20 separate voices. 160 double pages. USD 25.
  175. Compilation of campaign marches. v. 2. 1933. Prize winners of the Red Army headquarters and Musgiz of 1933. 1). Chapaev. Z. Feldman. 2) Great October Guard. V. Runov. 3) We do not give out our land. V. Kruchinin. 4). Blukher (Civil war hero). By F. Ekker. 180 double pages. USD 20.
  176. Rodion Schedrin. Suite from opera “Not only love” Full score. 1977. 89 pages. USD 19.
  177. Vladimir Yurovsky. Dramatic march (concert). 27 separate voices. 1938. Devoted to heroic Spanish people.
  178. Vladimir Yurovsky. Victorious procession. Full score. 1947. 63 pages. USD 14.
  179. M. Shteinberg. Campaign March. 20 separate voices. 1931. 40 pages. USD 9.


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