Instrumental music for piano, violin, cello, horn, trumpet, and trombone by Nikolaĭ Kapustin. Works recorded with the Radio Orchestra Moscow on.
Nikolai Kapustin and his Concerto for Trumpet, Piano and String Orchestra. Soviet and. Sovetskaya. and the publishers insist on using the traditional Ionian key signature in his concerto. Kapustin, who.
14-Year-Old Russian pianist's Concerto debut: Pianist Nikolai Kapustin. A young Russian pianist, Nikolaĭ Kapustin, performs one of his own compositions at a concert in his home country.
Nikolai Kapustin (1921-2012) (Russian Wikipedia) [en] - Nikolaĭ Kapustin (born 1921 in Moscow, Russian SFSR - died on 22 December 2012) was a Russian classical pianist. He was twice awarded the title of People's Artist of the USSR and was named a Laureate of the State Prize of Russia.
Nikolai Kapustin. Biblioteka Etymologicheskogo. Kan-pŏ-tee. Sö-na-tö-tee · Kapustin, Nikolai · Kapustin · Kapustin · Kapustin. Manuscript copy of the first three sonatas of the Piano Trio in E minor (anonymous, c. 1818-1823).
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Concertos for piano and wind instruments, transcribed and arranged by Niko. Bandini.
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Concerto piano and orchestra : Nikolaĭ Kapustin, the Radio Orchestra. Moscow, Soviet Union : Radio orchestra [prague], 1946-1950. World Cat. ISBN  8274497082.