…notes. Facsimile plates. This edition of Mussorgsky's famous piano suite is based on the autograph manuscript, as well as the first edition after the autograph and the first edition as edited by Rimsky-Korsakov. Hartmann (1834-1873) was an architect and designer who was a friend of Mussorgsky.
The piano part is NOT printed at the bottom of this edition.
Recorded in the 1950s and '60s, Igor Markevitch conducts his own arrangement of the Russian Songs; and Ravel's arrangement of the Pictures at an Exhibition. Also includes Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms. With the Berliner Philharmoniker. SACD.
Filmed at the Philharmonie Berlin, December 31, 2007. Also includes Borodin's Polovtsian Dances and Symphony No. 2; and Shostakovich's The Golden Age Dance. Simon Rattle conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker.
A reprint of Schott's 1954 publication of Mussorgsky's classic suite for piano. Edited by Alfred Kreutz, the edition's intent was to present the musical text without the alterations made by the original publisher. With a preface.
Contents: Pictures at an Exhibition, by Mussorgsky -- Estampes, by Debussy -- Sposalizio, by Liszt -- Les Jeux d'eau a la Villa d'Este, by Liszt -- Ave Maria, by Liszt -- Die Glocken von Rom, by Liszt.
A jazz suite by saxman Byers. With John Mosca, trombone; James Byars, oboe and English horn; Ari Roland, bass; and Stefan Schatz, drums.
Tsujii also performs Liszt's Un Sospiro, and Concert Paraphrase on Rigoletto.