Concert Suite, Op.28 (Taneyev, Sergey)

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Engraver Leipzig: C.G. Röder.
Publisher. Info. Berlin: Russischer Musikverlag, 1910. Plate R.M.V. 78.
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Work Title Concert Suite
Alternative. Title Концертная сюита ; Suite de concert ; Konzert-Suite ; Suite de Concert pour violon et orchestre en cinq parties
Composer Taneyev, Sergey
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.28
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IST 6
Key G minor (ends D minor)
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 5 movements
  1. Praeludium. Grave
  2. Gavotte. Allegro moderato
  3. Fairy Tale: Andantino
  4. Theme and Variations
  5. Tarantella. Presto
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1908–09
First Performance. 1909-10-22 in Moscow, Great Hall of the Nobility (from manuscript)
Boris Sibor (1880-1961) (violin)
First Publication. 1910-11 – Berlin: Russischer Musikverlag
Full score, 126 + 24 pages.
Violin and piano arr., 62 + 24 pages. Plate R.M.V. 66-70.
Dedication Leopold Auer (but written for Boris Sibor)
Average DurationAvg. Duration 35–50 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation violin, orchestra
Solo Instrument (violin)
Orchestra
2 flutes (2nd also piccolo), 2 clarinets (B/A), 2 oboes (2nd also English horn), 2 bassoons
2 horns (F), 2 trumpets (B)
timpani, triangle, tambourine, snare drum, harp, strings
Discography MusicBrainz
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External Links Wikipedia article (Dutch)

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