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Ukrainian repertoire. Viktor Kosenko worked towards the expansion of Ukrainian national Example 6 Kosenko Passacaglia. Example 7. Viktor Stepanovych Kosenko was a Soviet composer, concert pianist, and educator born in .. by Viktor Kosenko at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP); Passacaglia in G minor on YouTube, performed by Lera Auerbach.

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The government of Soviet Ukraine valued Kosenko.

Viktor Kosenko

Studies ; Dances ; For piano ; Scores featuring the piano ; For 1 player. Kosenko’s legacy is filled with romantic feeling and intonations of Slavic folk songs and Western-European influences.

In the summer ofKosenko was preparing to enter the Warsaw Conservatory to study piano. More information about this can be found here. Please obey the copyright laws of your country. Following his death ina complete collection of his works was published. They may not be public domain elsewhere.

As a student of the Saint Petersburg Conservatorythe young composer’s main focus was to become a performing pianist, only composing music when he was required to do ,osenko in theory classes. Retrieved 24 July InKosenko and his fellow musicians founded the Leontovych Musical Society.

Viktor Kosenko – Wikipedia

He was influenced by the musical environment in which he grew up. Levko Revutskiy wrote, “Kosenko is a true master paszacaglia high culture. Kosenko’s life is conclusively divided into three distinct phases, in Warsaw, where he studied with renowned teachers Mikhail Sokolovsky and Iryna Miklashovskaya, in Zhytomyrwhere he began teaching piano and music theory at the Music Technicum, [2] later becoming director of the Zhytomyr Music School, [3] and finally in Kievwhere he devoted more time to symphonic compositions such as his Heroic Overture, which brought him due recognition in the world of Soviet music.

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Founder of the Leontovych Musical Society. The Complete Piano Sonatas”. He belongs to artists, around whom is created an artistic atmosphere, which is a living, momentous and active stimulus for creative work. Along with the European classics, Kosenko was also engaged in popularizing Russian and Ukrainian music by such kkosenko as Levko Revutsky, Boris Lyatoshinsky, Mykhailo Verykivskiy, and Pylyp Kozytskiy, [1] thus gaining the sympathy of the Ukrainian Soviet government.

A true artist in the very sense of the word, he was a leading figure among the broad-minded artistic collective of the 20th-century Soviet music. He also performed as soloist in piano concertos of Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Chopin, and Grieg with an orchestra made up of local instrumentalists.

The following year he began teaching piano classes and music theory at the Music Technicum, [12] [n 5] later becoming director of the Zhytomyr Music School.

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His first compositions were markedly influenced by the works of composers such as Alexander ScriabinPyotr Ilyich TchaikovskySergei Rachmaninoff[1] and his compatriot Mykola Lysenko.

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This page was last edited on 25 Decemberat Despite the medical treatment that he was receiving at the time, Kosenko lived for only 42 years, dying on 3 October of kidney cancer[14] a condition apparently linked to the unsanitary conditions in which he and his family had lived for so long. Inhe accepted an offer from the Philharmonic of Soviet Ukraine to do a tour with singer Oksana Kolodub to the Donbass area.

Retrieved 23 July Some of these elements involved doubling melodies in thirds, sixths and tenths, using “open” fifths, and pedal points. Retrieved 23 June Retrieved 30 June He was regarded by his contemporaries as a master of lyricism. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

His contemporaries noted his playing style, brilliant technique, powerful artistic interpretation. Kosenko used then melodies, harmonies, dorianlydian and phrygian modes, so linking his work with Ukrainian folk tunes. However, with the beginning of World War Ithe family was forced to leave Poland. He passadaglia began to spend more time composing.

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