Selected and with an introduction by Joseph Banowetz, dedicated to pianist Earl Wild. Contains works by: Arensky, Blumenfeld, Borodin, Cui, Gliere, Gretchaninoff, Liadov, Liapunov, Medtner, Mussorgsky, Prokofiev, Scriabin, and others.
Balakirev originally composed this work for piano in 1869. This orchestration by Liapunov was created in 1912, and it was published by Jurgenson in 1914. This is a reprint of that first edition. With an introduction in German and English.
Glinka composed this quartet in 1829. The movements include an Allegro spiritoso, Andante con moto, Minuet and Trio, and Rondo. Reprint edition.
With Russian and German text. Premiered in St. Petersburg, November 1842. Vocal score by Liapunov. Edited by Balakirev and Liapunov. Editor's notes. List of characters.
Works by Schubert; Gershwin; Harold Arlen; John Cage; Eugen D'Albert; Sergei Liapunov; Alexis De Castillon; Erwin Schulhoff.
Contains works by Cesar Cui, Liapunov, Catoire, Glasunov, Sabaneiev, and other . With biographical sketches on each composer represented. Notes on the edition; performance notes. Critical commentary.