Stoyanov, Pencho

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Stoyanov, Pencho

Stoyanov, Pencho, Bulgarian composer; b. Sofia, Feb. 9, 1931. He studied composition with Vladigerov at the Bulgarian State Cons. in Sofia, graduating in 1954. He then took courses at the Moscow Cons. Returning to Bulgaria, he taught at the Cons. in Sofia. He pubi, theoretical texts, including Interaction between the Musical Forms (Sofia, 1975).

Works

ORCH.: 4 syms. (1958, 1971, 1971, 1975); Divertimento for Strings (1959); 2 violin concertos (1961, 1965); 2 Rhapsodies (1963, 1969). CHAMBER: 2 violin sonatas (1953, 1970); 3 string quartets (1953, 1959, 1977); Concertino for Flute, Clarinet, and Bassoon (1969); Piano Quintet (1975); Piano Sonata (1965).

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