Suite de ballet, Op.14 (Rebikov, Vladimir)

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Publisher. Info. Moscow: P. Jurgenson, n.d.[1899]. Plate 24806.
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Publisher. Info. Schirmer / Boston Music Co.: G. Schirmer, No.1910, Boston.
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Work Title Suite de Ballet tirée du conte 'Mila et Nolli' de N. Wagner
Alternative. Title
Composer Rebikov, Vladimir
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.14
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IVR 57
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 8 pieces:
  1. Danse des sorcières [Танец ведьм]
  2. Danse des lotos [Танец лотоса]
  3. Danse des dryades [Танец дриад]
  4. Danse des singes [Танец обезьян]
  5. Danse des sorciers [Танец колдунов]
  6. Danse des fées [Танец фей]
  7. Danse des Diables
  8. Danse des Clochettes [Танец колокольчиков]
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano

Misc. Comments

It is unclear whether this was extracted from an actual ballet. The exact wording "from the tale" ("tirée du conte") could also mean that a literary work was the inspiration, so it need not necessarily have been an actual ballet. It is difficult to research, since the full first name of "N. Wagner" is not known. Rebikov's list of works on {{Wikipedia:List of works by Vladimir Rebikov|Wikipedia}} does not have a ballet by this name in it. Neither WorldCat nor Europeana list anything under that name for an "N Wagner", so whatever it was might not be extant any more. For now, Rebikov's piece is tagged as an original piano piece (i.e. as if the Wagner work is literary), but this can be altered to an arranged piece if it turns out there was an actual ballet by N Wagner.