Check out Vocalise (Transcriped by Sergio Fiorentino) by Sergio Fiorentino on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on. Lyrics to ‘Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14’ by Sergio Fiorentino. Vocalise – Transcriped by Sergio Fiorentino. By Sergei Rachmaninoff, Sergio Fiorentino. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Vocalise – Transcriped by Sergio.

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It is sometimes transposed into a variety of keysallowing performers to choose a vocal range more suitable to their natural voice, so that artists who may not have the higher range of a soprano can perform the song. Yes, that is the ‘Borodin arrangement’ that I mentioned above. Fiogentino, a very belated thanks for posting the link to that theremin version of Vocalise.

Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14

Your local music store should be able fjorentino order directly from Presser I don’t know if they sell to individuals or not using the following stock number: See what you will get. Originally posted by Lisztener: Does anyone know how I can find this bit of music.

This section does not cite any sources. The beginning has a flowing wordless vocal similar to Rachmaninoff’s Vocalise. One is by Borodin and the other by Richardson. I remember my very first piano recording in the ‘sixties was an LP of Mr.

I think his version is much better than Kocsis’s; I found the treble arpeggios in the latter arrangement to be distracting and out of character with the beautiful melodic structure of the piece.


You can hear Arkady Chubrik’s transcription and download a pdf of it on his web site: Here is the link to the audio-only YouTube performance: So get busy, LaValse, I am really looking forward to hearing your version! Here is Emil Gilels playing Alan Richardson’s transcription.

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What finally gives it its life is Zanussi’s understated, human-scale sense of humor, particularly his emphasis on momentary embarrassments and the revealing ways in which people handle them.

The first chord in bar 8 for example is ‘thin’ but I have not found a solution yet Thanks for the link.

Then one day, I heard Vocalise, and I said to myself – this is it – the dream was no dream, it was a real experience, and, this is the melody! I think she is a lovely young lady. Here is another interesting performance I found this morning.

Vocalise – Transcriped by Sergio Fiorentino

Hi Lisztener, Quote Originally posted by Lisztener: It was written by Wojciech Kilar, one of my favorite film composers. Lisztener, thanks for the kind comments and the offer of the other sheets – but I have those via another source sleepingcats, yes, it’s fun – I had a piano lesson yesterday and we went through what I had done and I explained my problem with the next section – he had some good ideas and was supportive of the exercise which is great I’ll try the Chubrik.


It was dedicated to soprano Antonina Nezhdanova. The orchestral was particularly beautiful.

Rachmaninoff: Vocalise (Zoltan Kocsis arrangement) – Piano World Piano & Digital Piano Forums

Beautiful, the Borodin arrangement is quite challenging. Most Online 15, Mar 21st, Subscribe Piano World PianoSupplies. I was trying to guess the pianist. I’m good at starting things then never finishing them though – ask fiorehtino wife about the bathroom John Current works in progress: The arrangement I play Borodin is a little different than that presented above.

Sergio Fiorentino – Vocalise op. 34 No. 14 (Live) – Listen on Deezer

MP11SE Modifications by dmd. Retrieved from ” https: The two Sonatas, recorded in Berlin in the mid-nineties are not afflicted with the same sonic limitations. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Under the least romantic of circumstances, he meets a Polish widow Maja Komorowska who paints, bakes pastries, voocalise for her invalid mother and is equally haunted by the past.

Was this by design to avoid copyright conflicts? I’m unsure about the copyright on Fiorentino’s score fiorwntino he actually publish it?