Vocal Symphony No.2 'Holland' (Kortchmariov, Klimenty)

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First edition

Language:

Russian

Publisher Info.:

Moscow: Muzgiz, 1934. Plate M. 14428 Г.

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General Information

Work Title Vocal Symphony No.2 'Holland'
Alternative Title Голландия
Composer Kortchmariov, Klimenty
Year/Date of Composition 1933
First Publication 1934 (excerpt?)
1935? (complete score?)
WorldCat
Copyright Information Possibly public domain in USA.

In the USA this work is most likely in the public domain because no renewal was found after a thorough search of the Catalog of Copyright Entries, it was either ineligible for "restoration" under GATT/TRIPs and/or no record of an NIE filing was found in the online records of the US Copyright Office.

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Librettist Nikolay Berendgov (1900-1990), after Jef Last (1898-1972)
Language Russian
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation 4 voices (soprano, alto, tenor, bass), orchestra


Misc. Comments

This work is notable for its signed dedication to Kostia Konstantinoff in whose archives it was found. Unfortunately, it has partly fragmented due to the humidity of its surroundings.

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