Special Collections

David S. Shields Collection of Russian Piano Music

Table of Contents

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-Descriptive Summary
-Administrative Information
-Biography
-Scope and Content
-Series Description
-Container List

Contents by Composer



Notebook

Works in the Collection
Notebook 1

Akimenko, Fedir Stepanovych (1876-1945)/NG rev.

1. Akimenko, Th. Trois Morceaux, Op. 16 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1903). Pl. nos. 2404-2407. [Chant d’Automne, Idylle, Valse]
2. Akimenko, Th. Cinq Morceaux, Op. 21 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1903). Pl. nos. 2442-2447. [Prélude, Intermezzo, Valse, Mélodie, Esquisse]
3. Akimenko, Theodore. Cinq Préludes, Op. 23 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 28593-28597. [Conte fantastique, Berceuse, Songe d’enfant, Songe d’une mere, Le réveil]
4. Akimenko, Théodore. Uranie. La muse du ciel. Esquisses fantastiques, Op. 25 (1904) (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 1263. [Uranie, Dans un autre monde (II-IV)]
5. Akimenko, Th. No. 12. Le jardin endormi (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 32663.
6. Akimenko, Th. Réminiscence: Mazurka, Op. 26 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 29402.
7. Akimenko, Th. 3 Morceaux, Op. 27 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 29941-29942 [Caprices de la mer, Rêverie au bord de la mer, [no. 3, Marionnette, is missing]]
8. Akimenko, Th. “Au coin du feu,” Op. 28 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) (Pl. nos. 29944-29946. [No. 1: Berceuse, No. 2: Rêverie, No. 3: petite valse]
9. Akimenko, Th. Elégie, Op. 28bis (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 29947.
10. Akimenko, Th. Deux Esquisses Fantastiques, Op. 33 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. nos. 31292-3 [no. 1: Fleurs féeriques; no. 2: Dentelles]
11. Akimenko, Th. Jeux. Morceaux Caractéristiques, Op. 34. (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 31800-1 [no. 1: Cache-Cache; no. 2: Colin-Maillard]
12. Akimenko, Th. Récits d’une âme rêveuse. 12 Morceaux, Op. 39 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 32652-32662 (no. 12 is missing)
a. Au bord du lac
b. Paysage rustique
c. Danse de la fée
d. Le crepuscule (Etude)
e. Le printemps dans la forêt
f. Sur l’eau
g. Echo du passé
h. Le vagues joyeuses
i. Un pelerine las
j. En plein air
k. La voix de la destine
l. [Missing]
13. Akimenko, Th. Trois Danses Idylliques, Op. 35 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 31291.
14. Akimenko, Th. 7 etudes techniques, Op. 40bis (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 33804, 33806-33810.
15. Akimenko, Th. Rêves étoilés, Op. 42 (1907) (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 32668. [no. 1: Clairs de lune; no. 2: [Saturn?]; no. 3: Les étoiles filantes]; no. 4: L’étoile du berger].

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Notebook 2

Aleksandrov, Anatoly Nikolayevich (1888-1982)/NG rev.

1. Aleksandrov, Anatolii. Ninth Sonata, Op. 61 (1946 r.). Publisher? (no title page). Pl. no. 6000.
2. Aleksandrov, Anatolii. Tenth Sonata, Op. 72. Publisher? Pl. no. 6000.
3. Aleksandrov. Anatolii. Sonata-Fantasia (Sonata no. 11), op. 81 (1955). Publisher? Pl. no. 6000.
4. Aleksandrov, Anatolii. Twelfth Sonata, Op. 87. Publisher? Pl. no. 6000.
5. Aleksandrov, Anatolii. Sonata-Fairy-Tale, Op. 90 (1964). Publisher? Pl. no. 6000.
6. Aleksandrov, Anatolii. Two Preludes, Op. 1, no. 2 & Op. 1, no. 6. Publisher?
7. Aleksandrov, Anatolii. Two Preludes, Op. 10, no. 2 & Op. 10, no. 3. Publisher?
8. Aleksandrov, Anatolii. Three Pieces: no. 1 Prelude, Op. 27, no. 1 (only)

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Notebook 3

Aleksandrov, Anatoly Nikolayevich (1888-1989) (continued)

1. Aleksandrov, Anatolii. Two Preludes, Op. 1 no. 2 & Op. 1 no. 6 (archival copy of photocopies in notebook 1). Publisher? Pl. no. c 1200 K.
2. Aleksandrov, Anatolii. Two Preludes, Op. 10 no. 2 (only—photocopy of the second, Op. 10 no. 3, is in notebook 1). Publisher? Pl. no. c 1200 K.
3. 3. Aleksandrov, Anatolii. Works for Piano. Sonatas. III (State Publishers. Music. Moscow, 1970). Pl. no. 6000. (other works from this volume, pl. no. 6000, are in notebook 1)
a. Second Sonata, Op. 12
b. Third Sonata, Op. 18 (revised 1967)
c. Fourth Sonata, op. 19 (1922r, revised 1954)
d. Fifth Sonata, Op. 22 (1923r; revised 1938)
e. Sixth Sonata, Op. 26
f. Seventh Sonata (Sonatina), Op. 42 (1932)
g. Eighth Sonata, Op. 50 (n.d.)

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Notebook 4

Alyab'yev, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich (1787-1851)/NG rev//Aljab'ev, Aleksandr Alekandrovic (1787-1851)/MGG rev.

1. Alabieff, The Nightingale, transcr. by Franz Liszt. Pl. nos. 11692-6

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Amani, Nikolai (1872-1904)/Baker's 2001)

1. Amani, Nicolas. Orientale, Op. 7 no. 2 (no title pg.); photocopy in pocket.
2. Amani, N. Tema con Variazioni, Op. 3 (Belaïeff, Leipzig, 1901). Pl. no. 2249.
3. Amani, Nicolas. Suite, Op. 4 (Belaïeff, Leipzig, 1901). Pl. nos. 2296/2297-2300.
4. Amani, N. 3 Préludes, Op. 8 (Belaïeff, Leipzig, 1901). Pl. no. 2325.
5. Amani, Nicolas. Orientale, Op. 7 no. 2 (No title pg. & no pl. no.)

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Notebook 5

Arensky, Anton Stepanovich (1861-1906)/NG)

1. Arensky, A. Six Caprices, Op. 43 (Jurgenson, Moscow, 1900). Pl. no. 21029
2. Arnensky. Caprice in G Major, Op. 43 (different edition of no. 4 in the above) (No title page). Pl. no. 1477-4
3. Arensky, A. Allegro Moderato from Près de la Mer, Op. 52 no. 4 (ed. Charles Dennée) (No title page). Pl. no. 1465-4. Probably same publisher as no. 2 above.
4. Arensky, Ant. Basso Ostinato, Op. 5 (ed. by Grover Brower) (No title page). Pl. no. 1103-4. Probably same publisher as 2-3.
5. Arensky, A. Bigarrure, op. 20 no. 1 (ed. Charles Dennée) (No title page). Pl. no. 1522-6 L. Prob. same publisher as 2-4.
6. Arensky, A. Etude, Op. 25 no. 2 (No title page). No pl. no.
7. Arensky, Anton S. Capriccio, in A minor (Péons) (ed. John Orth). (Ditson, Boston, 1913). Pl. no. 5-92-69368-5.
8. Duplicate copy of no. 7, with complete page copied

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Artibushev, N. (NG rev.)/Arcybušev, Nikolay Vasil'evic (1858-1937)/MGG rev.

1. Artciboucheff, Nicolas. 2 Mazurkas, Op. 3 (Belaieff, Leipzig, n.d.). Pl. no. 208.
2. Artciboucheff, N. Deux Morceaux, Op. 7 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1895). Pl. nos. 1280-81.
a. Valse
b. Mazurka
3. Artciboucheff, N. Trois Préludes, Op. 18 (Belaïeff, Leipzig, 1911). Pl. nos. 2917/2718, 2919-20

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Notebook 6

Barmótin(e), Semen [Semjon/Semyon] Alexeiewitsch. "Russian composer and teacher, born St. Petersburg, 1877; a pupil of Balakirev and Rimsky-Korsakov; his compositions include songs, and pieces for piano and for violin" (Albert E. Wier, Macmillan Encyclopedia of Music and Musicians in One Volume, 1938).

1. Barmótin, S. Sonate, Op. 4 (Belaieff, 1906) Two editions: pl. no. 2650 for no. two. Two different title pages from the same publisher included. P. 17 missing part of the second and third systems.

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Blumenfeld, Felix (Mikhaylovich) (1863-1931)/NG rev./MGG rev.

1. Blumenfeld, Felix. Prelude no. 1 in G (Boston Music Company, 1915), Pl. no. 4586
2. Valse-Etude, Op. 4 (Belaieff, 1887) Pl. no. 51 (on notes derived from the name of Belaieff)
3. Krakovienne, Op. 23 (No title page or title of Op. 23 set). Pl. no. 1546.1547
4. A la Mazurka, Op. 23, no. 2. Pl. no. 1546.1548
5. Berceuse, Op. 23, no. 3. Pl. no. 1546.1549
6. Mazurka, Op. 23, no. 4. Pl. no. 1546.1550
7. Concert Etude, Op. 24 (No title page—begins with page 67). Pl. no. 46940. Pg. or pgs. missing after p. 75.
8. Moments lyriques, Op. 27 Cahier I (No title pg.; Belaieff, 1898) Pl. no. 1868.
9. Moments lyriques, Op. 27, Cahier II (No title pg.; Belaieff, 1898). Pl. no. 1869.
10. Suite Polonaise, Op. 31 (No title page or publisher, but the Leipzig printer suggests Belaieff) Pl. nos. 2232.2233-2236.
a. Krakovienne b. Kujawiak c. Mazourka d. Polonaise
11. Suite lyrique, Op. 32 (Belaieff, 1902) Pl. no. 2348
12. Deux fragments caractéristiques, Op. 33 (Belaieff, 1902) Pl. no. 2391. First pg. or pages of no. I are missing.
13. Ballade, Op. 34 (Belaieff, 1903) Pl. no 2392

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Notebook 7

Blumenfeld continued

1. Trois Mazourkas, Op. 35 (Belaieff, 1902). Pl. nos. 2393. 2394/2396
2. Deux Morceaux, Op. 37 (Belaieff, 1905). Pl. nos. 2590. 2591/2
a. Elegiaco
b. Patetico
3. Près de l’eau. Six morceaux detaches, Op. 38 (Melaieff, 1906). Pl. no. 2668.2670. Nos. 1 & 5 missing.
a. No. 2: L’Ile abandonee
b. No. 3 (No title)
c. No. 4: Barcarolle
d. No. 6: La Fontaine
4. Sonate-Fantaisie, Op. 46 (Belaieff, 1913). Pl. no. 3070
5. Deux nocturnes, Op. 6 (Belaieff, 1887). Pl. nos. 92.619-620
a. Une nuit à Magaratch (Crimée). Nocturne. 1885.
b. Nocturne. 1886
6. Quatre Préludes, Op. 12 (Belaieff, n.d.; preludes dated 1890, 1890, 1888, 1889, respectively). Pl. nos. 253.328-33124 Préludes, Op. 17 (Belaieff, 1892; reprint Musica Obscura Editions, n.d.). Pl. nos. 503-509, 588-594, 805-811, 945-952.
7. Quatre Etudes, Op. 44 (Belaieff, 1912). Pl. nos. 2967.2968, 2969, 2971 [no. 3 missing]
8. Deux Impromptus, Op. 45 (Belaeiff, 1913). Pl. nos. 3063.3064/3065
9. Prelude in E Minor, w/op. No. II (Boston Music Co., 1915; no title pg., no number I). Pl. no. 4587
10. Prelude in B minor, w/op. No. III (Boston Music Co., 1915; no title pg.). Pl. no. 4588.
11. Deux Etudes-Fantaisies, Op. 25, No. 1 (only) (Belaieff, 1898). Pl. no. 1553.1554 [Page 5 is missing from the copy, as is the final page or pages.]
12. Etude, Op. 2 no. 1 (1883) ([Belaieff];. Pl. no. 29.612
13. Souvenir douloureux/Mournful Memories, Op. 2 no. 2 (Carl Fisher, 1915; Superior Ed. 1987). Pl. no. 18260-5
14. Quasi Mazurka, Op. 2 no. 3 (1885). ([Belaieff]; pl. no. 29.614).
15. Mazurka de Concert, Op. 2 no. 4 (1885). ([Belaieff]; pl. no. 29.615)
16. Cloches. Suite, Op. 40 (Belaieff, 1909). Pl. no. 2827
a. Cloches et Clochettes
b. Glas funèbre
c. Cloches triomphales
In pocket of notebook: 3i Ztiud-Fantaziia (3rd Etude-Fantasie), Op. 48 (Belaieff/no title pg.; pl. no. 1294); Nocturne-Fantaisie, Op. 20 (Belaieff, n.d.; pl. no. 1273 (no title page); Mazurka Op. 22 no 1 (Belaieff; pl. no. 1309))

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Notebook 8

Bortkiewicz [Bortkievich], Sergei [Sergey] Eduardovich (1877-1952)/NG rev.

1. Caprices de la mer, Op. 8 no. 2 (No title page). Pl. no. R 8306 E.
2. Six Pensées Lyriques, Op. 11 (Rahter, Leipzig, 1909). Pl. no. 3887/3888-92.
3. Sonata (Si Majeur), op. 9 (Rahter, Leipzig, 1909). Pl. no. 3771.
4. Dix Etudes, Op. 15 (Rahter [& R. Schauer, London], 1911). Pl. nos. 4072/4073-82.
5. [Etudes], Op. 29 (No title page or general title copied) (Rahter, 1924)
a. La blonde. Etude. Hft. I no. 1
b. La rousse. Etude. Hft. I no. 2
c. La brune. Etude. Hft. I no. 3
d. Le philosophe. Etude. Hft. I no. 4. Pl. no. 4388
e. Le poète. Etude (pour la main gauche seule). Hft. I, no. 5. Pl. no. 4388
f. Le héros. Etude. Hft. I no. 6. Pl. no. 4388
g. Le mystérieux inconnu. Etude. Hft. II no. 7. (Rahter, Leipsig, 1924) Pl. no. 4389 (= nos. 8-12)
h. Le Jongleur. Etude. Hft. II no. 8.
i. Celui qui aime au clair de la lune. Etude (du tremolo). Hft. II no. 9
j. Don Quichotte. Etude. Hft. II no. 10
k. Hamlet. Etude. Hft. II no. 11
l. Falstaff. Etude. Hft. II no. 12
6. Dix Préludes, Op. 33 (Rahter, Leipzig, 1926). Pl. no. 4425.
7. Ein Roman für Klavier (in acht Kapiteln), Op. 35 (Fistner & Siegel, Leipzig, 1928). Pl. no. 28218
a. Begegnung (Meeting)
b. Plauderei (Conversation)
c. Erwachende Liebe (Dawning Love)
d. Auf dem Ball (In the ball room)
e. Enttäuschung (Depression) (Hft. II, 1928). Pl. no. 28219 (e-h)
f. Vorwürfe (Reproaches)
g. Ein Brief (A letter)
h. Höchstes Glück (Supreme happiness)
8. 7 Préludes für Klavier zu 2 Händen, Op. 40 (Litolff, Braunschweig, 1931; reprint Cantext Publications, Winnipeg, Canada, n.d.). Pl. no. 2746. Pg. 20 missing.
9. Elegie, Op. 46 (Litolff, 1959). Pl. no. 31341
10. Lyrica Nova. Vier Klavierstücke, Op. 59 (Universal-Edition, Vienna, 1941). Pl. no. 11247. Copied from microfilm.
11. Praeludium (1934) (No title page, op. no., or plate number). Prob. reprint by Cantext Publications (see following title page for Op. 60 and note stamp on the Praeludium)
12. Second Sonata for Piano, Op. 60 (Cantext Publications, Winnipeg, Canada, 1995). No pl. no.
13. Russian Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra (2 Piano Version) (ed. B. N. Thadani) (Cantext Publications, Winnipeg, 1996). No pl. no. Only two pages of over 41 total are present.
14. Zobeïde, Op. 37 no. 6 (Rahter, Leipzig, 1928). Pl. no. 4447 (photocopy in pocket)

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Bortkiewicz, Sergei. Recollections, trans. B. N. Thadani (Winnipeg, Canada, 1996)--supplemental notebook 3

Notebook 9

Catoire [Katuar], Georgy [L'vovich] (1861-1926)/NG rev.

1. Catoire, G. Quatre Préludes, Op. 17 (Universal-Edition, Vienna, 1928). Pl. no. 10795. Two different title pages included: the print seems to be from the Universal Edition, as the pieces are labeled in Russian and not the French of the first title page. 2. Catoire, G. Six morceaux, Op. 6 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Cahier I only (nos. 1-3). Pl. no. 20805
a. Rêverie
b. Prélude
c. Scherzo
3. Catoire, G. from Oeuvres Posthumes pour piano (Universal-Edition, 1928). Quatre Morceaux, Op. 34 Pl. no. 9059
a. No. 1: Poème (1924-26)
b. No. 2: Poème (1924-26)
c. No. 3: Prélude (composition of youth)
d. No. 4: Etude (1924-26)
4. Catoire, G. from Oeuvres Posthumes . . . (Universal-Edition, 1928). Valse, Op. 36 (composition of youth). Pl. no. 9061

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Notebook 10

Ciurlionis, Mikolajus Konstantinas (1875-1911)/NG rev.

1. Moment Musicale, w/op, Vl. no. 163.
2. Tri Preliudii, Op. 7, nos. 3, 4, 2
3. Dve P’esy
a. Osen’, Op. 17 no. 2.
b. Preliudiia, Op. 16 no. 2
4. Dve Preliudii
a. Preliudiia, Op. 16 no. 3
b. Preliudiia, Op. 15 no. 2
5. Variatsii na temu Besacas, Op. 18 (5 movements)
6. Dve P’esy
a. Otche nash, Op. 17 no. 1
b. Solovei, Op. 19 no. 3
7. Dve Litovskie narodnye pesni
a. Ia poseiala putochku, Vl no. 280
b. Matushka, snat’ khochu, Vl no. 281
8. Dve Preliudii
a. Preliudiia, Op. 22 no. 3
b. Preliudiia, Op. 26 no. 3
9. More, Op. 28 nos. 1-3
10. Dve Fugetty
a. Fugetta, Vl no. 315
b. Fugetta, Op. 29 no. 1
11. Chetyre Preliudii
a. Preliudiia, Op. 30 no. 2
b. Preliudiia, Op. 31 no. 1
c. Preliudiia, Op. 33 no. 4
d. Preliudiia, Op. 33 no. 3
12. Fuga, Op. 34

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(Spiral) Notebooks (2 vols)=: Supplemental Notebooks 1-2, shelved after main series

Conus, Serge. Compositions for Piano and Piano/Voice from 1909(Op. 1) to 1966 (Op. 43). Photocopy of MS, 600 pp.

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Notebook 11

Dobroven, Issay Aleksandrovich [Barabeichik, Ishok Israelevich] (1891-1953)/NG rev.

1. Deux Poèmes, Op. 3 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. nos. 37164/5
a. Es-moll
b. Gis-moll (missing final pg. or pgs.)
2. Quatre Etudes, Op. 8 (Universal-Edition, Vienna, 1924) Pl. no7322
3. Märchen für Violine und Klavier/Fairy-Tale for Violin and piano, Op. 16 (Universal-Edition, Vienna, 1923) Pl. no. 7220/7220a.
4. Ballade (Violin and Piano), Op. 17 (Universal-Edition, 1923, 1926) Pl. no. 8602/8602a
5. Deuxième Sonate, Op. 10. (Universal-Edition, 1924). Pl. no. 7324. Note: “Dem Andenken A. N. Skriabins”

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Drozdov, Anatoly Nikolayevich (1883-1950)/NG rev.

1. Impréssions. Deux morceaux pour piano, Op. 5 No. 1 Sirènes (Section musicale des editions d'etat, Moscow, 1929). Pl. no. 2014.

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Notebook 12

Eiges [Eyges], Konstantin Romanovich (1875-1950)/NG rev.

1. Eiges, K. Etudes-Fantaisies, Op. 23. (Universal-Edition, n.d.) Pl. no. 9041
2. Eiges, C. Dix Préludes, Op. 8 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 36237

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Feinberg, Samuil (Yevgen'yevich) (1890-1962)/NG rev.

1. Feinberg, S., arr. Bach, J. S. (Vivaldi). Concerto (a-moll) für Orgel (Universal Edition, Moscow, n.d.). First ten pp. in pocket. Pp. 11-20 in vinyl pockets, but end of third mov. is missing.
2. Feinberg, S. 4-me Sonate, Op. 6 (Section musicale des editions d’etat, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 2665.
3. Feinberg, Samuel. VIième Sonate, Op. 13 (Universal-Edition, 1925). Pl. no. 7342.
4. Feinberg, S. Trois Préludes, Op. 15 (Universal-Edition, n.d.). Pl. no. 7343.

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Notebook 13

Gabrilovich [Gabrilowitsch], Ossip (Salomonovich) (1878-1936)/NG rev.

1. Caprice-Burlesque, Op. 3 no. 1 (John Church Co., 1901) Pl. no. 30438-10
2. Mazurka Melancolique, Op. 3 no. 2 (John Church Co., 1901). Pl. no. 13716-6
3. Thème Varié, Op. 4 (Publisher not reproduced, but given Roeder in Leipzig as printer, it must be Belaieff?). Pl. no. 3888.
4. Elegy, Op. 12 no. 1 (no publisher given in copy, but given similarity of pl. no. to 5 below, it is probably Ditson). Pl. no. 5-145-71843-5
5. Étude for the left Hand alone, Op. 12 no. 2 (Ditson, 1917). Pl. no. 5-147-71948-7

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Notebook 14

Gedike [Goedicke], Aleksandr Fyodorovich (1877-1957)/NG rev.

1. Ballada, Op. 13 (Soviet Music, 1969) Pl. no. 1003
2. Sonata, Op. 18. Pl. no. 1003
3. Zain’ka, Op. 36 no. 4
4. Pesnia, Op. 36 no. 3
5. P’esa na trekh notakh, Op. 36 no. 2
6. Pliasovaia, Op. 36 no. 11
7. Kukushka i perepel, Op. 36 no. 10
8. Etude, Op. 36 no. 16
9. P’esa, Op. 6 no. 2
10. Miachik, Op. 58 no. 8
11. Tanets, Op. 58 no. 9
12. Preliudiia, Op. 36 no. 7
13. P’esa, Op. 6 no. 3
14. Etude, Op. 36 no. 13
15. Skertso, Op. 6 no. 15
16. V pazdum’e, Op. 36 no. 12
17. V lesu noch’ia, Op. 36 no. 32
18. V kuznitse, Op. 58 no. 3
19. Marsh, Op. 36 no. 29
20. Medlenn’ii val’s, Op. 36 no. 35
21. P’esa, Op. 6 no. 11
22. Shutka, Op. 58 no. 11
23. P’esa, Op. 6 no. 13
24. P’esa, Op. 6 no. 5
25. Voenn’ie truby, Op. 36 no. 53
26. Etude, Op. 36 no. 57
27. Sarabanda, Op. 58 no. 22
28. Trevoga, Op. 36 no. 54
29. Vdali za rekoi . . ., Op. 36 no. 60
30. Tanets, Op. 36 no. 30
31. P’esa, Op. 6 no. 19
32. Miniatiura, Op. 8 no. 3
33. P’esa, Op. 6 no. 17
34. Groza, Op. 32 no. 40
35. Miniatiura, Op. 8 no. 2
36. Etude Op. 59 no. 17
37. Beseda, Op. 57 no. 17
38. Miniatiura, Op. 8 no. 10
39. Pesnia bez slov, Op. 36 no. 51
40. Uzory, Op. 57 no. 19
41. Preliudiia, Op. 60 no. 6
42. Miniatiura, Op. 8 no. 1
43. Pesnia veretena, Op. 32 no. 32
44. Menuzt, Op. 52 no. 5
45. Etude, Op. 101 no. 9
46. Fragment, Op. 59 no. 18
47. Marevo, Op. 32 no. 37
48. Miniatiura, Op. 8 no. 8
49. Zskiz, Op. 52 no. 3
50. Etude, Op. 77 no. 6
51. Preliudiia, Op. 53 no. 1
52. Fragment, Op. 77 no. 4
53. Preliudiia, Op. 53 no. 3

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Notebook 15 Glier, Reyngol'd Moritsevich [Glière, Reinhold] (1875-1956)/NG rev.

1. Glière, R. 25 Préludes, Op. 30 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 31844-32535
2. Gliere, Reinhold (1875-1956). Sailors’ Dance (from “The Red Poppy”) (No title page or pl. no.)
3. Glière. Regret, Op. 34, no. 5 (Reprint by ? from Jurgenson 1908).
4. Glière, Reinhold. Mazurka (no title pg. or op. no.). Pl. no. 1957-2
5. Glière, Reinhold. Romance (Consolidated Music, 1962). No pl. no.
6. Glière, R. Trois Mazurkas, Op. 29 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 31818-31820.

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Gretchaninov, Alexander Tikhonovich (1864-1956)/NG rev.

1. Gretchaninoff, Alexander (1864-1956). Sonate in G minor, Op. 129 (1931) (Schott, Mainz, 1959). No pl. no.

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Grodzky [Grodzki/Grodskii], B[oleslav, Boleslaus, Boleslas] (1865-?). See Hugo Reimanns Musik-Lexikon, Achte Auflage, 1916; see also Weir, Macmillan Encyclopedia, 1938.

1. Grodzki, B. Barcarolle, Op. 1 no. 3 (ed. Max Vogrich). (Schirmer, 1894). Pl. no. 11951

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Notebook 16

Horowitz, Vladimir (1903-1989)/NG rev.

1. Horowitz, Vladimir. Waltz in F Minor (from Duo-Art roll no. 7360-3). (Pellisorius Editions, Portland, Oregon).
2. Liszt/Horowitz, transcr., Saint-Saëns, Camille. Danse Macabre (Pellisorius Editions, Portland).
3. Horowitz, Vladimir. Wedding March & Variations after Mendelssohn/Liszt (Pellisorius Editions, Portland).
4. Horowitz, Vladimir. Moment Exotique (Danse Excentrique: 1926 version), from Welte player piano roll No. 4119.
5. Horowitz, Vladimir. Variations on Themes from Bizet’s “Carmen” (from his 1968 recording) (Pellisorius Editions, Portland).
6. Horowitz, Vladimir, transcr. Liszt, Franz. Rákóczy March (Pellisorius Editions, Portland).
7. Horowitz, Vladimir, transcr. Sousa, John Phillip. The Stars and Stripes Forever! (Pellisorius Editions, Portland).

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Notebook 17

Ippolitov-Ivanov [Ivanov], Mikhail Mikhaylovich (1859-1935)/NG rev.

1. Ippolitov-Ivanov, M. Quatre petits Morceaux, Op. 7 (no. 1, 2, 4, 5) (W. Bessel & Cie, Petrograd, n.d.). Pl. no. 7110.
2. Ippolitow-Ivanow, Michael. Procession of the Sardar from “Caucasian Sketches,” Op. 10 no. 4 (No title page). No pl. no.

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Isserlis, Julius (1888-1968)/LC Authority Records/Baker's 2001

1. Märchen/Fairy Tale, Op. 6 (Universal-Edition, n.d.) Pl. no. 8844.
2. Russischer Tanz, Op. 7 (Universal-Edition, 1930) Pl. no. 9467. Last pg. or pgs. missing?
3. Drei Klavierstücke, Op. 8 (Universal-Edition, 1930) Pl. no. 9963.
a. Moment Musical
b. Méditation
c. Le Vol d’une Hirondelle
d. [No title page], Op. 10 (Universal-Edition, 1931) (i. no. 1: Toccata in Quarten. ii. no. 2: Prélude Exotique. Pl. no. 8618)

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Notebook 18

Juon [Yuon], Paul [Pavel Fedorovich] (1872-1940/NG rev.

1. Juon, Paul. [No title page: 12 pieces for piano, Op. 30] (Schlesinger, Berlin, 1905). Pl. no. 9322 (a. Wogen (Waves) b. Episode c. Elfchen d. Romantisches Wiegenlied e. Sonderbare Humoreske f. Intermezzo g. Es geht die Sage . . . (Tale of ancient times) h. Kleine Tarantelle i. Sphinx j. Narretei (Foppery) k. Ruhige Liebe l. Zu Grabe tragen)
2. Juon, Paul. Mosaik. Lyrische Stücke für Klavier [no op. no.] (selected & ed. by Paul Schramm). (Schlesinger, Berlin, 1923). Pl. nos. 10080 I-III. a. I. Gösta Berling i. Abend am Löfsee ii. Der Ball auf Ekeby iii. Liljenkronas Weise iv. Die Elstern v. Ebba Dohna’s Liebe vi. Spuk in der Schmiede vii. Tod, du blasser Geselle viii. Der Geiger von Wermland ix. Wehmut (Marianne) x. Die Brücke von Mondstrahlen xi. Schlittenfahrt in Elfdalen
b. II. Erinnerungen i. Menuett ii. Am Abend iii. Barkarole iv. Libellenspiel v. Psyche vi. Lilienwalzer vii. Das fidele Bäuerlein viii. Morgentau ix. Jugend (Valse) x. Fridjof-Marsch
c. III. Gedichte i. Schlichte Weise ii. Heinzelmännchen iii. Elan de Valse iv. Liebessehnsucht v. Menuetto grazioso vi. Preghiera vii. Ländler
viii. Im Herbst ix. Rusticana x. Auszug der Musikanten

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Notebook 19

Kalafati, Vasily Pavlovich (1869-1942)/LC Authority Files/MGG rev.

1. La Nuit à Goursouf, Nocturne, Op. 5 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1901). Pl. no. 2327 (in notebook pocket)
2. Cinq Préludes, Op. 7 (S. Peterburg, 1901) (Belaieff, 1902) Pl. no. 2361
3. Trois Bagatelles, op. 9 no. 2 (only) (Belaieff, 1907). Pl. no. 2699

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Notebook 20

Konyus (Conus), Georgy Eduardovich (1862-1933)

1. Huit Morceaux, Op. 25 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 28730-28737.(a. Prélude b. Chanson simple c. Mélodie d. Regret e. Impatience
f. Consolation g. Printemps h. Valse)
2. Huit Morceaux à deux mains, Seconde Série, Op. 31 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. nos. 30955-62. (a. Aeols-Harfe b. Mitleid c. Traümerei d. Albumblatt e. Wiegenlied f. Fangspiel g. Melodie h. Bedauern)

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Notebook 21

Korganov, G. O. (Genarii Osipovich) (1858-1890)/LC Authority File

1. Nocturne, Op. 18 no. 2 (No title pg). Pl. no. 5759-6
2. Berceuse, Op. 20 (Schirmer, 1894). Pl. no. 11956
3. Berceuse, Op. 22 no. 3 (Tretbur, New York, 1898). Pl. no. 217
4. [12] Arabesques, Op. 6, Hft. 1-2 (Rahter, Hamburg, n.d.) Pl. no. 2014/15

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Notebook 22

Koreshchenko, Arseny Nikolayevich (1870-1921)/NG rev.

1. Korestchenko, Arsene. Six Morceaux, Op. 19 (Bessel & Cie (St. Petersburg, n.d.). Pl. nos. 3766-3771. Second pg. (p. 12) of no. 3 (Mazurca-Rêverie) is missing. [Tendre reproche, Humoresque, Mazurca-Rêverie, Etude de Concert, Valse, Etude-Scherzo]
2. Korestschenko, A. Quatre Morceaux, Op. 30 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. nos. 20928-20931. [Nocturne, Gavotte, Rapsodie Georgienne, Seconde Rapsodie Georgienne]
3. Korestchenko, A. Morceaux caractéristiques (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 29811-29817. [Prélude, Intermezzo, Aveu, Barcarolle, “Une page de mes mémoires,” Quéstion douloureuse, Impromptu]

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Notebook 23

Krein [Kreyn], Grigory Abramovich (1879-1955)/NG rev.

1. Krein, Grégoire. Deux Poèmes, Op. 5 (1905) (Zimmermann, Leipzig, St. Petersburg, Moskow, Riga, London, 1911). Pl. no. 5105.
2. Krein, Grégoire. Cinq Préludes, Op. 5a (Zimmermann, Leipzig, etc., 1911). Pl. no. 5106.
3. Krein, Grégoire. Deux Poèmes, Op. 10 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 37590.
4. Krein, Alexandre. 5 Préludes, Op. 3 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 34257-34261.
5. Krein, Alexandre. Quatre Morceaux, Op. 7 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 35113-35116. [Etude, Mazurka, Poème-Fantaisie, Valse].
6. Krein, Alexandre. Deux Poèmes, Op. 11 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 35120-35121.
7. Krein, A. Op. 18 no. 2 (No publisher visible on photocopy). Pl. no. 10792.
8. Krein, A. Op. 30 nos. 1-2 (last page[s?] missing) ( “ ) Pl. no. 10792.
9. Krein, Alexandre, Sonata, Op. 34 (Section musicale des editions d’etat, Moscow, 1925). Pl. no.3385. (pp. 13-15 missing—replaced by pp. 25-26 of Pl. no. 10792 [see nos. 7-8 above], which seem to be the correct pages to replace 13-15 of the original edition).
10. Krein, A., Trauer-Ode, Op. 40 (transcribed for piano by Shiljajew) (State Musical Publishing House, Moscow, 1928—see photocopy as no. 12 below). Pl. no. 8169
11. Krein, Alexsandre. Suite Dansée, Op. 44 (State Musical Publishing House, Moscow, n.d. visible). Pl. no. 14678. (Loose photocopy)
12. Krein, Alexander, Trauer-Ode, Op. 40 (transcribed for piano by Shiljajew) (State Musical Publishing House, Moscow, 1928). Pl. no. 8169. Photocopy version of no. 10 above.

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Notebook 24

Lyadov [Liadov], Anatoly [Anatol] Konstantinovich (1855-1914)/NG rev.

1. II. Pastorale, Op. 17 no. 2 (1887) Pl. no. 18662 (No title pg., but plate no. style indicates the Moscow State Music Publishing house)
2. Novellette, Op. 20 (1889). Pl. no. 18662
3. Pro Starinu, op. 21a (1889). Pl. no. 5719 (no title page/publisher)
4. Sur La Prairie, Op. 23 (1890). Pl. no. 18662
5. Idylle, Op. 25 (1891). Pl. no. 18662
6. Petite Valse, Op. 26 (1891) Pl. no. 18662
7. 3 Préludes, Op. 27 (1891). Pl. no. 18662 (no. 3 missing)
8. Compositions pour Piano II. Dix Mazurkas (W. Bessel & Cie, Petrograd, n.d.) No. visible pl. nos.
a. Mazurka G-dur, Op. 3 no. 4 (1877)
b. Mazurka H-dur, Op. 3 no. 5 (1877) 2 copies of first pg.
c. Mazurka C-dur, Op. 3 no. 6 (1877)
d. Mazurka As-dur, Op. 9 no. 2 (n.d.)
e. Mazurka C-dur, Op. 10 no. 2 (n.d.)
f. Mazurka D-dur, Op. 10 no. 2 (n.d.)
g. Mazurka. En mode dorien, Op. 11 no. 2 (n.d.)
h. Mazurka Fis-moll, Op. 11 no. 3 (n.d.)
i. Mazurka A-dur, Op. 15 no. 1 (n.d.)
j. Mazurka rustique, Op. 15 no. 2

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Lyatoshyns'ky, Borys Mykolayovych (1895-1968)/NG rev.

1. Lyatoshyns’ky, Borys Mykolayovych. Sonata-Ballada, Op. 18. n.d. Pl. no. 60.
2. Lyatoshyns’ky, Borys Mykolayovych. Three Preludes, op. 38. (Moscow, 1972). Pl. no. 7306.
3. Lyatoshyns’ky, Borys Mykolayovych. Two Preludes, Op. 38 bis. (Moscow, 1972). Pl. no. 7306.
4. Lyatoshyns’ky, Borys Mykolayovych. [Trauer-Prelude [19 XII. 1920]. No opus no. (Moscow, 1972). Pl. no. 7306.

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Notebook 25

Medtner, Nicolas [Metner, Nikolay Karlovich] (1879 or 1880-1951)/NG rev.

(From the Piano Works of Nicolai Medtner) Pl. no. 27734 until no. 11ff, which are 28032. No title pages to indicate publisher for either of the two volumes. Copies begin with p. 75, which means that according to the index, Opp. 17, 20, and 22 are not in this notebook).
1. Zwei Kadenzen zum vierten Klavierkonzert von Beethoven
2. Vier Lyrische Fragmente, Op. 23
3. Märchen-Sonate, Op.. 25 no. 1 (pp. 110-111 missing)
4. Sonate, Op. 25 no. 2
5. Ztiud (no op. no.) in C minor
6. Vier Märchen, Op. 26
7. Sonate-Ballade, Op. 27
8. Sonate, Op. 30 (op. no. given in index)
9. Trois Pièces, Op. 31 [Improvisation; Marche Funèbre; Conte]
10. Das Märchen (D minor) (no op. no.)
11. Vier Märchen, Op. 34
12. Vier Märchen, Op. 35
13. “Vergessene Weisen” Zyklus I, Op. 38 [Sonata Reminiscenza; (in pocket): final page of Sonata Reminiscenza; Danza graziosa; Danza festiva; Canzona fluviala; Danza rustica; Canzona serenata; Danza silvestra; Alla Reminiscenza

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Notebook 26

Medtner, Nicolas (continued)

Copied from Works for Piano (Moscow, 1959; Leeds Music). Pl. no. 27232 (through Op. 14). Opp. 17-22 appear to be from a second volume of the same, but there is no title pg. Pl. n. 27734 = 14-16.
1. Achts Stimmungsbilder, Op. 1
2. Drei fantastische Improvisationen, Op. 2 (a. Nixe b. Eine Ball-Reminiscenz
c. Scherzo infernale)
3. Etude, Op. 4 no. 1
4. Caprice, Op. 4 no. 2
5. Moment musical (Gnomenklage), Op. 4 no. 3
6. Prelude, Op. 4 no. 4
7. Sonate f-moll, Op. 5
8. Tri Arabeski, Op. 7
a. Ein Idyll
b. Tragoedie-Fragment a-moll
c. Tragoedie-Fragment g-moll
9. Zwei Märchen, Op. 8
10. Drei Märchen, Op. 9
11. Drei Dithyramben, Op. 10
12. Sonatentriade. Op. 11 (a. Sonate, As-dur b. Sonate Elegie d-moll c. Sonate C-dur)
13. Zwei Märchen, Op. 14 (a. Opheliensgesang b. Ritterzug)
14. Drei Novellen, Op. 17 no. 1 (Pl. no. 27734)
15. Zwei Märchen, Op. 20 (a. no. 1 b. no. 2 “Campanella”)
16. Sonate g-moll, Op. 22

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Notebook 27

Nabokov, Nicolas [Nikolay] (1903-1978)/NG rev.

1. Nabokov, Nicolas (1903-1978). Shot [sic] Stories [1925-1926]. 4 morceaux pour le piano (Rouart Lerolle & Cie, n.d.). Pl. no. 11646.

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Nápravník, Eduard (Frantsevich) (1839-1916)/NG rev.

1. Náprawnik, E. Notturno, Op. 48, no. 1 (Schirmer, 1894). Pl. no. 11958
2. Náprawnik, E. Scherzo, Op. 48, no. 2 (Schirmer, 1894?). Pl. no. 11959
3. Nápravnik, Eduard. Six Morceaux, Op. 61 (Rahter, Hamburg, 1898). Pl. nos. 965-970 [Barcarolle, A la russe, Elégie, Mazurka, Valse, Etude]

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Nikolayev, Leonid (Valdimirovich) (1878-1942)/NG rev.

1. Nikolaev, Leonid. Suite (H-moll), Op. 13 (P. Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 32961.
2. Nikolaev, Leonid. Tarantelle, Op. 19 (Universal Edition, 1928). Pl. no. 9056.

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Notebook 28

Polovinkin, Leonid Alekseyevich (1894-1949)/NG rev.

1. Polovinkin, L. A. Evénement (Ereignis), Op. 10. (Universal-Edition, 1925). Pl. no. 7345

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Popov, Gavriil Nikolayevich (1904-1972)/NG rev.

1. Popow, G. Grosse Klaviersuite, Op. 6 (Universal-Edition A. G., [1927r]). Pl. no. 10130.
2. Popow, Gawriil. Expression (Für Arnold Schönberg). Publisher? Pl. no. E.P. 13362.

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Notebook 29

Rebikov, Vladimir Ivanovich (1866-1920)/NG rev.


1. Stimmungs-Skizzen, Op. 10 (Simrock, Berlin, 1898) Pl. no. 11121. [Preceded by a quote from Leo Tolstoy’s “What Is Art?”] a. Ländliche Scene
b. Volkslied c. Lustige Stimmung d. Trost
e. Sehnsucht nach dem unerreichbaren Ideal f. Traurige Stimmung
g. Erinnerung h. Walzer H moll i. Walzer E moll
j. Valse Miniature
2. Mélomimiques, Op. 11 no. 6 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 25418
3. Trois Melomimiques tirées du conte de N. Wagner “Mila et Nolli,” Op. 11, nos. 3-5 (Jurgenson, Moscow) Pl. no. 25442-25444. a. La mort de Mila
b. L’enterrement de Mila c. La pensée de Nolli
4. Mélomimiques, Op. 11(a) (Jurgenson, Moscow) Pl. nos. 21587-21588.
a. Déclaration d’amour b. Une letter
5. Suite de Ballet tirée du conte “Mila et Nolli” de N. Wagner, Op. 14 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl no. 24806.
a. Danse des sorcières b. Danse de lotos c. Danse des dryads
d. Dase des singes e. Danse des sorciers f. Danse des fees
g. Danse des diables h. Danse des clochettes
6. Melomimik, Op. 17 nos. 1-2 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 27080
a. Trämerei b. Idylle
7. “Le Rêves” 5 Mélomimiques, Op. 15 (Jurgenson, Moscow) Pl. nos. 25419-25422.
a. Naïade b. Les Démons s’amusent c. Le Faune d. La Néréïde
e. Dans la forêt
8. Ésclavage et Liberté. Tableau musical psychologique, Op. 22 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 27081.
9. A la Brune, Op. 23 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 29875-29883
a. Lamentation b. Chant d’hiver c. Persuasion
d. Espérance e. Souvenir f. Prière g. Regret
h. Il était une fois . . . i. Solitude
10. “Chansons du Coeur” 2me Tableau-Psychologique, Op. 24 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 27708
11. “Aspirer et atteindre,” 3me Tableau Musical-psychologique, Op. 25 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 28373
12. “Dans leur pays,” Op. 27 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. nos. 29885-29892
a. Les géants dansent b. Il chante c. Les enfants dansent
d. Elle danse e. Ils passent f. Ronde g. Les vieilles femmes dansent
h. Les vieillards dansent
13. Scènes bucoliques, Op. 28 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. nos. 3041130415
a. Dans les Vignes b. Pastorelle c. Danse des bergerettes
d. Danse des bergers e. Ronde des Elfes
18. Feuilles d’Automne, Op. 29 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. nos. 30416-30421
a. Con tristezza b. Pregando c. Con afflizione
d. Con dolore e. Con tristeza e tenerezza
f. Lugubre
19. “Silhouettes” Tableaux enfantins, Op. 31 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. nos. 30427-30435
a. Les enfants patinent b. Musiciens ambulants c. La mere près du berceau
d. Jeu aux soldats e. Un soir dans la prairie f. La féeLa fillette berçant sa poupée
g. Le berger joue du chalumeau
h. La sorcière boiteuse rodent par la forêt

20. Trois miniatures, Op. 33 (Jurgenson, Moscow) Pl. no. 30609
21. Parmi eux, Op. 35 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 31651-31566
a. Ils dansent b. Danse avec une cloche c. Berceuse
d. Danse du quadrupède e. Elles dansent
f. Danse des petits
22. Conte de la Princesse et du roi des grenouilles, Op. 36 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 31617.
23. Tableaux pour enfants, Op. 37 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no31577/83
a. Une Fillette implore sa mere b. La leçon de musique
c. Vision du monde antique d. Moment joyeux
e. L’escarpolette f. La promenade des gnomes
g. Une histoire triste qui finit bien
24. Une fête. Suite, Op. 38 (1907) (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.; Schirmer stamp on cover) Pl. no.33580
25. “Légende.” Morceau caractéristique, w/op. (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 25445
26. Tabatière à musique, w/op (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.)
a. No. 1: Valse (Pl. no. 25481) b. No. 2: Polka (Pl. no. 26240)
c. No. 3: Mazurka (Pl. no. 28371)
27. Trois Idylles, Op. 50 (1913) (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.; J. & Chester, London & Brighton)
a. No. 1: Hymne au soleil (pl. no. 37288)]
b. No. 2: Dans un vaste éspace (pl. no. 37286)
c. No. 3: Parmi les fleurs (pl. no. 37287)
28. Tristesse. Etude musical-psychologique, w/op. (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) [Note that the 1896 date is preceded by an expo win of 1900, so 1896 can’t be the date.] Pl. no. 28370
29. Petite Suite de Ballet, w/op. (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. nos. 31567/70
a. Danse des muguets b. Danse des Dryades
c. Valse d. Danse des papillons
30. Album de Pièces faciles pour la jeunesse, w/op. (1906) (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. nos. 33620/25
a. Valse b. Idylle hellenique c. Berceuse
d. Valse e. Moment lyrique f. Valse
31. Les Feux du Soir, Suite, w/op (1904) (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) (Pl. nos. 33615/19
32. Mouvements plastiques, Suite, w/op (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no.33964
33. Visions du Passé, Suite, w/op (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 33884
34. Fleurs d’automne, Suite, w/op. (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 34304

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Roslavets, Nikolay Andreyevich (1880/4/5-1944)/NG rev.

1. Roslavetz, Nicolas. Cinq Préludes (RSFSR. Section Musicale des Editions d’Etat, Moscow, 1919). Pl. no. 7446r.

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Rubinstein [Rubinshteyn], Anton Grigor'yevich (1829-1894)/NG rev.

1. Rubinstein, Antoine. 5 Morceaux, Op. 69 (G. F. W. Siegel, Leipzig, n.d.). Pl. nos. 2705-9. [no. 5: Toccata, only].

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Notebook 30

Sabaneyev, Leonid Leonidovich (1881-1968)/NG rev.

1. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Quatre Préludes, Op. 2 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 33767.
2. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Deux Préludes, Op. 3 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 33768.
3. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Impromptu, Op. 5, no. 2 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 34783.
4. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Prelude, Op. 5, no. 2 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 34784.
5. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Poème, Op. 6, no. 1 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 34781.
6. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Etude, Op. 6, no. 2 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 34782.
7. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Etude, Op. 8, no. 1 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 36192.
8. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Prèlude, Op. 8, no. 2 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 36193.
9. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Feuillet d’album, op. 9, no. 1 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 36194.
10. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Esquisse, Op. 9, no. 2 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 36195.
11. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Poëme, Op. 9, no. 3 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 36196.
12. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Prèlude, Op. 9, no. 4 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. no. 36197.
13. Sabaneyev, Leonid. 8 Préludes, Op. 10 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 36433-36435, 36437-36440.
14. Sabaneyev, Leonid. 6 Poëmes, Op. 11 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 36441-36446.
15. Sabaneyev, Leonid. 4 Fragments, Op. 13 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 36970-36973.
16. Sabaneyev, Leonid. Quatre Préludes (no op. no.) (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 32513.

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Notebook 31 Shcherbachyov, Nikolay Vladimirovich (1853-?)/NG rev.

1. Deux Fantaisie-Etudes (no op. no.) (Bessel & Co., St. Petersbourg, 1883). Pl. nos. 1577 & 1576 (sic).
a. Sous Bois. Capriccio. b. Tourmente
2. Féeries et Pantomimes. Scènes et Morceaux detaches, Op. 8 (Belaïeff, Leipzig, 1894). Pl. nos. 307/309-324
a. Prologue symphonique b. Au Jardin. Saynète. c. Au Rouet. Bluette. d. Bouffonneries. Scherzo. e. Le Mezzetin amoureux. Sérénade-Valse. f. Le Bourdon. Impromptu. g. Le Fée mystérieuse. Apparition. h. Danses caractérisées. Rondo pantomimique. i. Papillons. Divertissement-Intermezzo. j. Choeur dansé. k. Marguerite. Ballade. l. Le Géant. Fantasmagorie. m. Concert de Bergers. Pastorale. n. Chinoiseries. o. Cortége de Moines. Scène de Nuit.3. Mosaïque. Album pittoresque. Morceaux detaches (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1886). Pl. nos. 35.350-35.356
a. Rêverie-Prélude b. Orientale c. Elégie d. Guitare e. Valse-Intermezzo f. Pervenche g. Marionnettes
4. Grande Etude en fa min., Op. 19 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1886). Pl. no. ?
5. Deux Préludes (Chasse neige, Presto agitato) en Si bém. min, Op. 20 (Belaieff, Leipzig 1886). Pl. no. not visible.
6. Allegro appassionato. Impromptu-Etude, Op. 22 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1886). Pl. no. 42
7. Trois Idylles, Op. 23 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1886). Pl. nos. 43.370-371
a. L’étoile du berger b. En passant l’eau c. Songerie dans le bois
8. Cinq Mazurkas, Op. 16 (Publisher and place cut off on copy; pl. no. and apparent back cover indicate Belaieff, Leipzig). Pl. nos. 37.357-361.
9. Scherzo-Caprice, Op. 17 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1886). No visible pl. no.
10. Echos du Passé. Deux Morceaux, Op. 18 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1886). Pl. nos. [38.362]-38.363.
a. Souvenance b. Rondo Joyeux
11. Pages intimes. Trois simili-Valses, Op. 21 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1886). Pl. nos.
41.366-368.
12. Les Solitudes. Trois Andante Interludia, Op. 25 (Belaïeff, Leipzig, 1887). Pl. 
nos. 46.372-374
a. Méditation b. Soir d’été c. Clair de lune
13. La Mélancolie. Mouvement lent tiré d’un Quatuor pour Instruments à cordes.
Réduction pour Piano à deux mains par l’auteur, Op. 31 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1893). Pl. no. 795
14. Impromptu Caprice, Op. 29 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1893?). Pl. no. 75X?
15. La Chute des Feuilles. Etude, Op. 30 (Belaieff, Leipzig) Date and pl. no. too faint to see.
16. Barcarolle Orientale. Chant-Nocturne, Op. 35 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1893). Pl. no. 798.
17. Impromptu-Villanelle, Op. 38. (No publisher or date). Pl. no. 803, which with the printer (Röder, Leipzig) indicates Belaieff, Leipzig.
18. Au soir tombant. Valse rêveuse, Op. 39 (Belaieff, Leipzig, 1893). Pl. no. 804.

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Shcherbachyov, Vladimir Vladimirovich (1887-1952)/NG rev.

1. Stcherbatcheff , Vladimir. [8] Inventions (Edition “Triton,” 1928). Pl. no. 3420.
2. Schtscherbatschow, Wladimir (1889-1952—1887-1952 in NG). Notions. Five pieces from the cycle (nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7). Publisher? Pl. no. E.P. 13362.

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Schillinger, Joseph (Moiseyevich) [Lynn, Frank] (1895-1943)/NG rev.

1. Schillinger, Joseph. Five Pieces, Op. 1 (nos. 1-2 only) (No title pg., no publisher.)
a. Poème héroïque b. Danse

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Notebook 32

Tcherepnin, Alexander (Nikolayevich) (1899-1977)/NG rev.

1. Tcherepnin, Alexander. Toccata, Op. 1 (1921) (Boosey & Hawkes, USA printing, n.d. visible on copy). Pl. no. 169-11.
2. Tcherepnin, Alexander. First Nocturne, op. 2 no. 1 (1919) (revised) (Boosey & Hawkes, USA printing, 1957). Pl. no. 170-5.
3. Tcherepnin, A. Huit Preludes, Op. 9 (1919-20) (apparently a more recent reprint of Heugel, Paris, 1926). Pl. no. 29, 192.
4. Tcherepnin, Alexander. Toccata Nr. 2, Op. 20 (revised & edited by the composer) (N. Simrock, Hamburg, 1974). Pl. no. 14761.
5. Tcherepnine, Alexandre. Sonate en La, Op. 22 (ed. by I. Philipp) (Heugel, Paris, 1924. Pl. no. 28, 686.
6. Tcherepinine, Alexandre. Quatre Préludes Nostalgiques, Op. 23 (ed. by I. Philipp) (Heugel, Paris, 1923). Pl. no. 28, 418.

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Tcherepnin, Nikolay (Nikolayevich) (1873-1945)/NG rev.

1. Tscherepnine, N. Cinq Morceaux, Op. 18 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 29600-29604. [Mélodie, Improvisation, Prélude, Humoresque, Modo religioso].
2. Tschérépnine, N. Trois Pièces, Op. 24 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 30912-30913. Copies include nos. 2 & 3 only [Etude, Idylle].
3. Tschérépnine, N. 14 Esquisses. Sur les images d’un alphabet russe, dessinées par Alexandre Benois, Op. 38 (I-ére Suite only) (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.). Pl. nos. 34155-34162. [Négrillon, Bába-lagá, Général, Villegiature, Egypte, Etoiles, Mamna, Le lac]
4. Tscherepnin, N. [6 musical segments] Zu dem Märchen “Vom Fischer und dem Fische,” Op. 41 (Moscow, n.d visible on copy). Pl. no. 1861.

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Notebook 33

Vitols, Jazeps [Wihtol, Joseph] (1863-1948)/NG rev.

1. Wihtol, Joseph. Intermezzo, op. 23, no. ? (No title p.). No pl. no.
2. Wihtol, Joseph. Etude, Op. 18, no. ? (No title p.) Pl. no. 1139/1141

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Zhilyayev [Gilaieff], Nikolay Sergeyevich (1881-1938)/NG rev.

1. Gilaïeff, N. Trois melodies élégiaques, Op. 3 (Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.) Pl. no. 30453-30455

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