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Rachmaninov, Sergey Vasilyevich: Vocalise

Op. 34, no 14
Transcrit par Kocsis Zoltán
Instrumentation: Piano
Collection: Transcriptions by Zoltán Kocsis
Période: 20th Century
Pages: 4 pp
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Poids: 0.051 kg
Date du parution: Novembre 1981
Editeur: Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 12001
ISMN: 9790080120019
Vocalise, for soprano (or tenor) voice with piano accompaniment, came into being in 1910 as the final piece in Rachmaninov's Op. 34 song series. Most of the songs were tailored to suit the personalities of various outstanding Russian singers (including Chaliapin), and dedicated to them. An interesting feature of Vocalise, which was written for the soprano Antonina Nezhdanova, is that, as its title indicates, the vocal solo has no text: the performer can sing it through on any one vowel of her choice. This song became one of the composer's most popular pieces, and countless arrangements have been made of it (for orchestra, for various chamber ensembles, for violin, for cello, for almost every kind of brass instrument, for clarinet, for guitar, for harmonica, even for cello orchestra!). One of the most successful transcriptions for solo piano, first published in 1981, is the work of the world-famous Hungarian concert pianist, conductor and composer, Zoltán Kocsis.
Transcriptions by Zoltán Kocsis: