These studies by Mikhail Bukinik are a set of progressive interval studies intended to introduce cellists to the mechanics of shifting their left hand to different positions on the fingerboard.
That is my interest in them and that is the reason I have transcribed them to MuseScore format... so I could play these studies and have something to accompany me to keep me honest on pitches as I glided up and down the finger board.
However, now that the tedious job of note entry is done, perhaps they can be of use to anyone else.
How can you use them? Any way you want! They are provided free and without expectations.
HOW TO PLAY THEM:
-Download the "complete score" of "New Shifting Studies, Op.13" by Mikhail Bukinik from IMSLP.org
-Download and unpack Bukinik.zip
-Watch this YouTube video to learn how to get MuseScore, how to load and play files in it, how to alter the playback, how to transpose music to other keys, and to understand the minor differences between the original sheet music and my MuseScore transcriptions.
-You will notice bits of Russian and awkward translation on many pages. That is a work in progress, complicated by the fact that the text pre-dates post-revolution spelling reforms, and should be ignored for now.