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||Moscow: Muzgiz, 1928. Plate M. 8141 Г.|
Co-issue - Vienna: Universal Edition, 1928. Plate U.E. 9096.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Piano 4 hands
||Moscow: Muzgiz, 1929. Plate M. 9508 Г.|
Coissue - Vienna: Universal Edition, 1929. Plate U.E. 9218.
||Black and white scans.
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- I. Allegro
- II. Molto sostenuto. Adagio serioso, ma espressivo - pochissimo accelerando (attacca)
- III. Presto (or Allegro con fuoco)
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1912-1916, Moscow, K. Saradjev
||1928 - Moscow: Muzgiz, Plate M. 8141 Г.
- Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1928), p.272
||This work is claimed to be under copyright in the USA due to|
"restoration" via the GATT/TRIPS amendment (Section 104). NIE-V8001P260
|Average DurationAvg. Duration
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
||Early 20th century
- 3 flutes (3rd also piccolo), 2 oboes, English horn, 2 clarinets (A),
- bass clarinet (A), 2 bassoons, contrabassoon
- 6 horns (F), 4 trumpets (A), 3 trombones, 2 tubas
hrm- not published until 1928?? (full score, acc. to Worldcat- 1929 for reduction) I wonder if it was revised between 1911 and 1928... (full score then republished in selected works in the 1950s, have seen that printing)
Premiered in Moscow in June 1912 under the baton of Konstantin Saradjev.
However, premiere date given in Gulinskaia* is June 28, 1913, Pavlovsk, Aslanov conducting (photograph of program from this concert is duplicated in an insert before page 17.)
It's possible--the 1st Symphony was revised according to http://www.myaskovsky.ru/?id=4&id1=3&id2=3&sf=0&so=0 in 1921. --BachFan 19:18, 30 September 2015 (EDT)
- Yes, and several other works of his were revised even later still; it was something of a thing of his. Possible, yes, certainly- but not definite. If anyone has any evidence one way the other, my ears are open... - ES
*Gulinskaia, Z.K., translated into German (from Russian) by Lehmann, Dieter ; Kuhn, Ernst (1985): Nikolai Jakowlewitsch Mjaskowski (Verlag Neue Musik, Berlin).
|Symphonies by Nikolay Myaskovsky
- Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.3 (1908, rev.1921)
- Symphony No.2 in C♯ minor, Op.11 (1910-11)
- Symphony No.3 in A minor, Op.15 (1914)
- Symphony No.4 in E minor, Op.17 (1917-18)
- Symphony No.5 in D major, Op.18 (1918-19)
- Symphony No.6 in E♭ minor, Op.23 (1921-23)
- Symphony No.7 in B minor, Op.24 (1922)
- Symphony No.8 in A major, Op.26 (1924-25)
- Symphony No.9 in E minor, Op.28 (1926-27)
- Symphony No.10 in F minor, Op.30 (1926-27)
- Symphony No.11 in B♭ minor, Op.34 (1931-32)
- Symphony No.12 in G minor "October", Op.35 (1931-32)
- Symphony No.13 in B♭ minor, Op.36 (1933)
- Symphony No.14 in C major, Op.37 (1933)
- Symphony No.15 in D minor, Op.38 (1933-34)
- Symphony No.16 in F major, Op.39 (1933-34)
- Symphony No.17 in G♯ minor, Op.51 (1936-37)
- Symphony No.18 in C major, Op.42 (1937)
- Symphony No.19 in E♭ minor, Op.46 (1938-39)
- Symphony No.20 in E major, Op.50 (1940)
- Symphony No.21 in F♯ minor, Op.51 (1940)
- Symphony No.22 in B minor "Ballade", Op.54 (1941)
- Symphony No.23 in A minor, Op.56 (1941)
- Symphony No.24 in F minor, Op.63 (1943)
- Symphony No.25 in D♭ major, Op.69 (1945-46, rev.1949)
- Symphony No.26 in C major "On Russian Themes", Op.79 (1948)
- Symphony No.27 in C minor, Op.85 (1949)