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Scores and Parts
||Moscow: P. Jurgenson, n.d.. Plate 36931.
||Moscow: Muzgiz, 1926, (1945). Plate Г.M.И.M. 1266. (revised)
||Strangely the plate numbers of both Jurgenson and Muzgiz were imprinted simultaneously. However obviously this is the revised version as there are differences in the cello part. |
In that case this is not a "Reprint"...
||Cello Sonata No.1
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
||2 movements (sometimes divided as 3)
- I. Adagio
- II. Andante
- III. Allegro passionato
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||This work is found on the NIE list (V8001P620). The NIE can only refer to a revised version issued after 1922. The Jurgenson edition here is absolutely public domain in the USA, as there was nothing issued after 1918 with the Jurgenson imprint. Of course, there's always the possibility that the US claimant of the NIE (Schimer/Music Sales) was simply lying, in which case they should be prosecuted for perjury.
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
||Early 20th century
Second version was, indeed, composed (or published? Composed, I think) in 1930- see the External Link (or many other sources!) - though according to Worldcat it was also published in 1926 (either a version 1.5 or a reprint of the 1911 (1913-published) version?). (WorldCat.)) I don't know when the 1930 version was published- possibly not before the 1950s (in the Miaskovskii collected works edition)? (Then again, the ultimate source of "1930" should be queried- it might be an estimate for "published in 1926"???)