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||Moscow: Muzgiz, 1927. Plate M. 7159 Г.
||Not amazing quality, but legible, with little in the way of artifacts or skew
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Piano 4 Hands
||Moscow: M.S.G.I, 1927. M. 7905 Г.
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- Non troppo vivo, vigoroso (A minor - A major)
- Deciso e sdegnoso (A minor)
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
- Emil Cooper conducting, in Moscow
||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
- piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets (B♭)
- bass clarinet (B♭), 2 bassoons, contrabassoon
- 6 horns (F), 2 trumpets (B♭), alto trumpet (F), 3 trombones, tuba
timpani, cymbals, tam-tam, bass drum, strings
Wikipedia article (German)
... Hrm. Does Gulinskaja or anyone else mention when this symphony was premiered?
(answering myself sort of: "this last-named young composer's [Myaskovsky] third symphony has been brought forward by Siloti, and has been received with profound respect if not exactly with enthusiasm." - from M. Montagu-Nathan's "Music in Russia" column, February 1 1917 Musical Times, page 71 (Myaskovsky's 2nd piano sonata had just been mentioned. So, premiered by 1917. Seem to recall a mention of a performance closer to 1915, as Ikonnikov, I think, mentions Myaskovsky hearing of a performance while he was still on the war front (this relating to the genesis of either symphony 4 or 5, I think.))
Premiered 2-14-1915 by Emil Cooper in Moscow, acc Tassie. I assume that's Julian-date so converting?
|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)