Paraphrases (Various)

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Collaborative Work (including Pasticcios)
This work was co-authored by Aleksandr Borodin, César Cui, Anatoly Lyadov, Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay Shcherbachyov and Franz Liszt

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2nd edition (1893)

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Publisher. Info. Leipzig: M.P. Belaieff, 1893. Plate 666, 667-683.
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Editor Konstantin Igumnov (1873-1948)
Pavel Lamm (1882-1951)
Lev Oborin (1907-1974)
Publisher. Info. Polnoe Sobranie Sochinenii dlia Fortepiano, Vol.2 (pp.196-221)
Moscow: Muzgiz, 1947. Plate M. 18662a Г.
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Work Title Paraphrases
Alternative. Title Paraphrases pour piano (sur le thème favori et obligé) ; Парафразы для фортепиано
Composer Various
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 15 (1st edition) ; 18 (2nd edition)
1. 24 Вариации и Финал / 24 Variations et Finale (C major)
Composed by César Cui, Anatoly Lyadov and Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov (1878)
[1a]. Prélude (B major)
Composed by Franz Liszt (1880)
2. Полька / Polka (C major)
Composed by Aleksandr Borodin (1874?)
3. Похоронный марш / Marche funèbre (A minor)
Composed by Aleksandr Borodin (1874?)
4. Вальс / Valse (C major)
Composed by Anatoly Lyadov (1878)
5. Колыбельная / Berceuse (C major)
Composed by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov (1878)
6. Галоп / Galop (C major)
Composed by Anatoly Lyadov (1878)
7. Жига / Gigue (C major)
Composed by Anatoly Lyadov (1878)
8. Маленькая фуга / Fughetta (B-A-C-H) (C major)
Composed by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov (1878)
9. Тарантелла / Tarantella(A minor)
Composed by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov (1878)
10. Менуэт / Menuetto (C major)
Composed by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov (1878)
11. Вальс / Valse (C major)
Composed by César Cui (1878)
12. Реквием / Requiem (A minor)
Composed by Aleksandr Borodin (1874?)
13. Трезвон / Carillon (C major)
Composed by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov (1878)
14. Мазурка / Mazurka (C major)
Composed by Aleksandr Borodin (1874?)
15. Комическая фуга / Fugue grotesque (C major)
Composed by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov (1878)
16. Шествие / Cortége triomphal (C major)
Composed by Anatoly Lyadov (1878)
17. Bigarrures. Petit supplément aux Paraphrases (C major)
Composed by Nikolay Shcherbachyov (1893)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1874–78 (1st edition) ; 1893 (2nd edition)
First Publication. 1879 (1st edition) ; 1893 (2nd edition)
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano 3-hands (Nos.1-12, 14-18) ; piano 5-hands (No.13)
Extra Information Nos.1a, 14 and 17 were first published in the second edition (1893)