Judith (Serov, Aleksandr)

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Arranger Andrey Yevgenyev (1833–1890)
Georgy Dütsch (1857–1891)
Language Russian
Publisher. Info. Moscow: A. Gutheil, n.d.(1885). Plate A. 2610 G.
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Misc. Notes This exemplar has many handwritten pencil marks indicating cuts, tempo changes, etc., including a handwritten manuscript insert between pp.346 and 347.
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Introduction

For Piano 4 hands (Dütsch)

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Arranger Georgy Dütsch (1857–1891)
Publisher. Info. Moscow: A. Gutheil, n.d. Plate A. 8592 G.
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Holofernes' March (Entr'acte before Act III)

For Piano Trio (Schaefer)

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Arranger Aleksandr Schaefer (1866–1914)
Publisher. Info. Moscow: Muzsektor Gosizdata, 1927. Plate 8022.
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General Information

Work Title Judith
Alternative. Title Юдифь
Composer Serov, Aleksandr
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 5 acts
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1861-1863
First Performance. 1863 May (16/28), St Petersburg, Mariinsky Theatre
First Publication. 1885 (piano-vocal score)
Librettist Apollon Maykov (1821–1897), and others
Language Russian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices, mixed chorus, orchestra

Misc. Comments

I wonder about the late first publication date. A letter from Tchaikovsky written in the 1870s at least suggests that he knows the work not only from performance but from score, and (implies?) that his correspondent should be able to acquire a copy of the same also , suggesting that the score in question is not a limited circulation manuscript copy.- ES