Composer Vladimir Sidorov

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Composer Vladimir Sidorov
  1. Concerto for piano and orchestra (3 movements) (opus 100, 2004) Performed by the Magnitogorsk Symphony Orchestra under R. Jiganshin, V. Karpov (piano). 2006
  2. Anthony and Dorothea; ballet in 3 acts after P. Vezhinov novel The Barrier. Music by Vladimir Sidorov (opus 47, 1983, 1995). 18 scenes. Tells Michail Shibanov, Kristina Vikhrova, Tatyana Busygina. 2000.
  3. Children Songs About Animals by composer Vladimir Sidorov; sings Rufina Hannanova, Elena Trofimenko, Ekaterina Teterina, Natalia Gorbatova /2001-2007/
  4. Children Songs by Vladimir Sidorov From The Concert Hall (1997); sings childrens choir under Saria Malyukova /15 songs/
  5. Concert Etude for Balalayka and piano. Performed Oleg Sagadeyev / balalayka / and Irina Umrumyan / piano /. 2006.
  6. CYNICS; musical phantasmagoria based on novel of A. Mariengoff (opus 69, 1992). Demo-file in English (Performed James Longly; 1997).
  7. CYNICS; musical phantasmagoria based on novel of A. Mariengoff (opus 69, 1992). Sings Larissa Bogatireva and Vladimir Sidorov;Place and time of action: Moscow, 1918-1924. James Longly tells in English.
  8. Dumy / Thinks /; Music by Vladimir Sidorov, lyrics by Sergey Esenin. (opus 2, 1973 ) Chamber chorus under Svetlana Sindina. 1998.
  9. Eight Songs from The musical The Sold Laughter. 2006
  10. Eight Vocalises for womens choir and piano (opus 107; 2005-2006). 5 Fragments. Sings vocal ensemble of Magnitogorsk conservatoire. Nguen Manh Zuy Linh. Vasiliy Karpov, Natalia Salnic (piano). 2007 (record).
  11. Ekaterina Grachyova sings three songs on lyrics and music by Vladimir Sidorov. 1. Svet Lubvi (Light of Love from the opera - fairy tale The Little Prince 2. Mama 3. Pesnya Nasti (Song of Nastya from the vaudeville The Tender Heart's Trouble). 2003-2006
  12. Fershampenuas. Music and lyrics by Vladimir Sidorov. Sings vocal ensemble of Magnitogorsk conservatoire under Vladimir Sidorov. 2012.
  13. Five Childrens Songs On Lyrics By Vasiliy Nikolaev (Opus 56, 1985)
  14. Five Childrens Songs On Lyrics By Vasiliy Nikolaev (opus 56, 1985) Sings Natalia Gorbatova, Ekaterina Teterina, Kristina Vikhrova, Vladimir Sidorov and vocal ensemble \"Edelweiss\" under S. Malukova. Recording 2000-2007.
  15. Five Patriotic Songs for Children by Vladimir Sidorov; sings Janna Bisekeyeva, Anna Kholkina, Oksana Sycheva and choir under S. Malyukova /1997-2010/
  16. Five Principles for Well-Prepared piano (opus 32, 1979-1981). Performed Vladimir Sidorov.
  17. Five Songs For Schoolboys on own lyrics/1994/; sings A. Serov, I. Lukashenko, E. Yasinskaya, K. Kuleshova, K. Solovyova, N. Gorbatova /1997-2007/
  18. Five Songs on Lyrics by Boris Ruchyov. Sings Taisiya Borisovskaya, Irakliy Gventsadze, Vladimir Sidorov, ensemble Metallurgist under A. Nikitin. 1974 (opus); 1993-1999 (record)
  19. Four choral numbers on Eastern poetry. Opus 44, 1982. Sings Larissa Bogatyreva and Vladimir Sidorov (1994). Lyrics by Matsuo Barse, Prabkhu Chuganee, Lin Biao, Omar Khayam.
  20. Four Etudes for Contrabass Solo. 1978 (opus). Performed Peter Khotenov. 2007 (record).
  21. Four miniatures for baritone and piano (opus 42, 1982-1986). Performed Irakliy Gventsadze and Olga Gventsadze. 1998
  22. Four Songs About Magnitka on Lyrics by Aleksander Pavlov. Music by Vladimir Sidorov. Sings ensemble \"Metallurgist\" under Aleksander Nikitin, Anna Kholkina, Antonina Kosterkina, Larissa Bogatyreva and Vladimir Sidorov. 1994-2006.
  23. Four Songs on Lyrics by Rimma Dyshalenkova. Music by Vladimir Sidorov. Sings Vladimir Sidorov, Larissa Bogatyreva, Kristina Vikhrova, Taisiya Borisovskaya. 1996-2000.
  24. Four Songs on lyrics by Silwia Kaputikyan (Opus 55; 1984-1985). Sings Alina Agliullina, Andrey Serov, Irina Lukashenko, Ludmila Balapanova, Kristina Vikhrova /1999-2007/
  25. Friedmans Messages, cantata for narrator, bass, choir and harpsichord based on lyrics of K.M.Belman in 4 movements. Opus 50, 1984. Sings Irakliy Gventsadze, Larissa Bogatyreva and Vladimir Sidorov. 1996
  26. Glory Russia, Live Long Russia! Music and lyrics by Vladimir Sidorov; sings the Chorus of Magnitogorsk conservatoire (a capella); 2000
  27. Hockey Songs. 1995-2010. 1. Magnitogorsk Igraet V Hockey; 2. Polubila Hockeista; 3. Lucia; 4. Hockey-Magnitka; 5. Nadezhda Ukhodit Posledney; Sings Igor Slesarev, Larissa Bogatyreva, Jan Marek, Elena Polyudova, Michail Safronov, Vladimir Sidorov.
  28. HOMME AU SOURIRE TENDRE-NEZHNOST EGO ULYBKI; music by Vladimir Sidorov, lyrics by Paul Eluard; Sings Kristina Vikhrova. In French-in Russian. Russia, Magnitogorsk. 2003.
  29. In Urals the Industriala, cantata on lyrics by Rimma Dishalenkova in 10 movements. Magnitogorsk state choral capella (1986)
  30. Irina Kryakina sings three songs on lyrics and music by Vladimir Sidorov. 1. Nasha Tayna (Our Secret). 2. Provincialnaya Lyubov (Province love). 3. Yesli By (If) 2001-2004.
  31. Kristina Vikhrova Sings Seven Songs on Own Lyrics. Music by Vladimir Sidorov. 2000-2008.
  32. Kristina Vikhrova sings the songs on lyrics and music by Vladimir Sidorov. 1998-2003. 12 songs.
  33. Larissa Bogatyreva sings the songs on lyrics and music by Vladimir Sidorov. 1996-1998. 9 songs in Russian.
  34. Lazarevska Meditational Music. Four instrumental interludes for the vocal cycle on the lyrics by Leon de Greyff (opus 97; 2002). Performed Vladimir Sidorov.
  35. Ludmila Balapanova Sings Tree songs on lyrics and music by Vladimir Sidorov. 1. PESNYA O SMEKHE 2. SCHASTLIVIE DETI ZHIVUT NA PLANETE 3. NACHNEM SNACHALA (We'll begin at first). 2006;
  36. Melancholic Suite for violin and piano, in 5 movements (opus 9, 1976). Performed Aleksey Vidyakin and Valeria Abramenko. 2001.
  37. NE NADO SLOV-MUSIC OF LOVE; Music and lyrics by Vladimir Sidorov, Sings Irina Nikolayeva. In Russian-in English. Translate in English by Lenny Bord; Russia, Magnitogorsk. 2012.
  38. Nedelka (The Week). Songs about the days of week. 1. Mondey 2. Tuesday 3. Wednesday 4. Thursday 5. Friday Music and lyrics by Vladimir Sidorov. Sings Vladimir Sidorov and Larissa Bogatyreva. 1997.
  39. NEZHNEYE NEZHNOGO ( Gentler than the gentle ); lyrics by Osip Mandelshtam; Irakliy Gventsadze ( bariton ); Olga Gventsadze ( piano ); 1998
  40. Nine Songs by Vladimir Sidorov on Lyrics by Valeriy Timofeyev. Sings Taisiya Borisovskaya, Ekaterina Gracheva, Vladimir Sidorov, Irina Kryakina.1997-2007.
  41. NOUVEAU JOUR-NEW DAY; Music and lyrics by Vladimir Sidorov, Sings Kristina Vikhrova, in French-in English. Translate in French by Bernard Pialat, translate in English by Lenny Bord; Russia, Magnitogorsk. 2003.
  42. Olga Kovalenko sings three songs on lyrics and music by Vladimir Sidorov. 1. Zabudi Pro Lyubov. 2. Perviy Sneg. 3. Poezd Ushiol. 1997.
  43. Opera-Tale The Little Prince. Sound-track. Music by Vladimir Sidorov; Text by Antoine de Sent-Exupery. 2000, 2006.
  44. Parade of planets. 7 Electronic compositions. 1996-1999. Performed author.
  45. Piano Sonata in 4 movements (opus 24, 1979). Performed Victoria Arkhangelskaya. 2007.
  46. Piano suite from The musical Grandpa Squeak\'s Fairy Tale in 7 movements (opus 89, 1998). Performed Victoria Arkhangelskaya. 2006.
  47. Prelude, Etude and Improvisation for piano (opus 17, 1977). Performed Victoria Arkhangelskaya, 2006
  48. PUSTYAK U OKI ( A Trifle at Oka ); lyrics by Vladimir Mayakovskiy ( opus 28, 1979 ); Performed by Igor Slesarev ( tenor ) and Tatyana Butovskaya ( piano ). Magnitogorsk, 2005.
  49. Quintet for flute, oboe, clarinet, basson and piano (opus 102, 2005). Performed E. Jakovlev, A. Mozdykov, M. Beznosov, M. Urman, V. Poprugin. Record from concert-hall \' Gagarinskiy-4 \' ( Moscow, 2006 )
  50. Requiem. Opus 77, 1993. In 12 movements. Sings Larissa Bogatyreva and Vladimir Sidorov
  51. Romances and songs on lyrics by Leon de Greyff. Art composition in 10 movements. Performed Vladimir Sidorov. 1988 (opus); 1999 (record)
  52. Russian suite for Russian Folk Orchestra in 4 movements (opus 104, 2005). Performed orchestra under Sergey Bryk. Record from concert-hall of Magnitogorsk conservatoire, March, 2006.
  53. Schastie Moe ( My Happiness ). Suite for vocal ensemble and Russian Folk Orchestra on lyrics by Rimma Dishalenkova in 4 parts (opus 19, 1977). Performed vocal ensemble and orchestra under Sergey Bryk; 1999.
  54. Second Suite for a bayan in four movements ( opus 66, 1991 ). Performed Sergey Krinitskiy. 2004.
  55. Seven Songs in French for international project LA LUNE BLANCHE. 2003. Sings Kristina Vikhrova
  56. Seven Songs on Lyrics by Kristina Vikhrova. Sings Ekaterina Gracheva, Alina Agliullina, Irina Kryakina, Jan Marek, Elena Poludova. 2000-2010.
  57. Sonata for viola and piano in 4 movements (opus 99, 2004). Performed Lubov Vitavskaya and Victoria Arkhangelskaya.2004.
  58. Song of songs by king Solomon. Lyrical hymns on biblical texts. 9 scenes. Opus 70, 1992. Sings Larissa Bogatyreva and Vladimir Sidorov.
  59. Songs About a First Love by composer Vladimir Sidorov; sings Vladimir Sidorov, Elena Buryuk, Natalia Gorbatova, Andrey Serov, Irina Lukashenko, Ekaterina Gracheva and choir under Saria Malyukova /1997-2007/
  60. Songs About Childrens Enterprises and Organizations. Music by Vladimir Sidorov; lyrics by Vladimir Sidorov, Kristina Vikhrova and Aleksander Pavlov. Sings vocal ensemble of Magnitogorsk conservanoire under Vladimir Sidorov. 2001-2007.
  61. Sound-Track for Monodrama The Love of Aleksander Block. Music and arrangement by Vladimir Sidorov. Sings Vladimir Sidorov, Kristina Vikhrova, Larissa Bogatyreva.1990-2000
  62. Steel and Music. 14 Songs about Magnitogorsk by composer Vladimir Sidorov. 1976-2006
  63. Suite in Ninjian style in 5 parts ( opus 79, 1994 ). Russia, Magnitogorsk. Performed author. 1. Ninjian Law. 2. White Ninjia. 3. Fight with the swords 4. Fairi lamps. 5. Jumps trouugh the fire
  64. Suite number 2 for TS-10 in 15 movements (opus 82, 1994-1995). Light instrumental music. Performed Vladimir Sidorov, 1995
  65. Summer Suite in 5 parts ( opus 64, 1990 ). Performed author. 1. The road to the sea 2. Almost Tango 3. Night sound 4. South evening 5. Together With Tanya
  66. Symphonic suite from ballet \" Anthony and Dorothea\" (opus 47, 1982). Performed by the Sverdlovsk Symphony Orchestra under A. Chistyakov. 1983
  67. Symphony (opus 54, 1985). Performed by the Symphony Orchestra of the Chelyabinsk Opera and Ballet Theater under V. Munster. 1990.
  68. Taisiya Borisovskaya sings Ten Songs by composer Vladimir Sidorov. 1996-2000.
  69. Taisiya Borisovskaya Sings The Eight Songs By Composer Vladimir Sidorov on lyrics by magnitogorsk poets. 1996-2000.
  70. Tatyana Omelnitskaya sings three songs on lyrics and music by Vladimir Sidorov. 1. Zachem Tebe Ya Izmenila. 2. Toliko Poveri (Duet with Vladimir Sidorov). 3. Kolya-Kolenika. 1997.
  71. Ten Pieces for Piano (opus 14, 1976-1978). Music by Vladimir Sidorov. Performed Valeria Abramenko. Record 2001. Russia, Magnitogorsk
  72. Ten Romances and Songs on lyrics by Aleksander Block. Sings Vladimir Sidorov, Kristina Vikhrova, Larissa Bogatyreva.1990-2000
  73. Ten Songs from the musical Grandpa Squeaks Fairy Tale (Opus 61, 1985-88); Record 2001
  74. The Conquest of Novgorod, opera-legend in 4 acts ( Opus 60, 1987 ). Libretto and music by Vladimir Sidorov on the subject by Nikolay Karamzin.
  75. Three Russian Songs for synthesizer and folk ensemble (opus 52, 1984). Performed ensemble \' RODNIE NAPEVY \'. Record from concert-hall, 1986.
  76. Three Songs About a Flowers by composer Vladimir Sidorov. 2005-2007. Sings Ksenia Solovyova, Irina Baydakova, Natalia Gorbatova
  77. Three Songs in English. 1. Music Of Love. Music and lyrics by V. Sidorov. Sings I. Nikolaeva. 2. Symphony In Yellow. Music by V. Sidorov; lyrics by O. Wilde. Sings I. Kryakina. 3. New day. Music and lyrics by V. Sidorov. Sings K. Vikhrova
  78. Three Songs In French. 1. Tu T’en Vas 2. Musique d’amour 3. Nouveau jour. Music and lyrics by Vladimir Sidorov. Adaptation francais - Bernard Pialat. Sings Kristina Vikhrova. 2003.
  79. Three Songs on Lyrics by Natalia Fokina. 2001. Sings Kristina Vikhrova, Elena Trofimenko, Natalia Salnic.
  80. Twelve songs from A comedy - vaudeville The Tender Heartas Trouble on lyrics by Vladimir Sollogub. Music by Vladimir Sidorov (Opus 63, 1990). Sings a students of Magnitogorsk conservatoire, 1999.
  81. Two Choral from cycle Choral Book on lyrics by Ivan Bunin. Music by Vladimir Sidorov. (Opus 105, 2005). Sings municipal chamber chorus under Nadezhda Pospelova, 2006. In Russian
  82. Two Confusions \' for Russian Folk Instrumental Ensemble (opus 45, 1982).Performed ensemble \' RODNIE NAPEVY \'. Record from concert-hall, 1986.
  83. Two Pieces for Two piano (opus 89, 1999). Performed Victoria Arkhangelskaya. 2007.
  84. Two Vesnyankas (Russian Folk choral genre to celebrate Spring Season); Performed Angelina Bezrukova (vocal, Russia), Choi Sun Yang (violin, Korea), Nguyen Manh Zuy Linh (Vietnam, piano). 2007
  85. Variations for piano (opus 20, 1978). Performed Victoria Arkhangelskaya. 2007
  86. Vocal Cycle for soprano and piano on lyrics by Garcia Lorca (Opus 71, 1992); Performed Tatyana Toschilina and Victoria Arkhangelskaya. 2004
  87. Vocal Cycle on Salomeya Neris lyrics for soprano and piano ( opus 51, 1984). Performed Tatyana Toschilina and Victoria Arkhangelskaya. 2004.
  88. Vocalis (a capella). Music by Vladimir Sidorov. Opus 38 (1982). Sings Larissa Bogatyreva and Vladimir Sidorov (1994)
  89. Vospominanie; lyrics by Vasiliy Zhukovskiy; Irakliy Gventsadze ( bariton ); Olga Gventsadze ( piano ); 1998
Sidorov Vladimir Alexandrovich.
Born: October 1, 1956.
Actively engaged in composition and performance since 1972.
Graduated from the Glinka College of Music (Magnitogorsk, Russia) in 1977 (major: Theory of Music).
Graduated from the Moussorgsky Conservatory (Ekaterinburg, Russia) in 1983 (major: Composition) under professor V. A. Kobekin.
On the faculty at the Glinka College of Music (Magnitogorsk, Russia) -- Theory of Music and related subjects, since 1983.
Director and Sound Producer of Recording Studio since 1992, Editor-in-chief of the Radio Program \\\"Music of Magnotogorsk\\\" (1993-1999).
Professor of the Magnitogorsk State Conservatory (Department of Popular Musical Art), Head of Composition Section of the Department of Theory and History of Music) since 1996.
International Project Leader \\\"Musical and Ethnographic Center of Southern Ural\\\" since 1997.
Actively engaged in musicological studies since 1997.
Member of the Russian Composers\\\' Union.
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{ 10-03-2013 16:44 }
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{ 03-10-2013 08:02 }
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The Slap Lab
{ 08-01-2012 00:51 }
Great music nice work keep it up i like and support the sound 5