6 Soirées à Saint-Petersbourg, Op.44 (Rubinstein, Anton)
New York: The University Society, 1905.
Stanley Hawley (1867–1916)
Rubinstein: Favorite Piano Pieces
London: Alfred Lengnick, n.d.(ca.1908). Plate A.L. & Cº. 2259.
1908 estimated from a nearby higher plate apparently copyrighted 1908 (at least according to Worldcat, whose claim, or rather interpretation of a library's claim, to this effect is being taken as usual with a grain of salt.)-Schissel
Hawley edited several works by Rubinstein and others for a "Hawley edition" for Cary & Co. around 1914, though.
Paris: J. Maho, n.d. Plate J. 773 1 M.
Reissue - J. Hamelle, n.d.(after 1877). Plate J. 773/78 H. (on cover)
(pages 2-3 are the Romance)
Moscow: Muzyka, n.d. Plate M. 18161 Г.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Violin and Piano (Hermann)
Friedrich Hermann (1828-1907) ?
Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt, n.d. ?
New York: Century Music Publishing Co., n.d.(ca.1900).
For Cello and Piano (Grützmacher)
|Work Title||6 Soirées à Saint-Petersbourg|
|Dedication||A Madame La Comptesse Gisella de Stadion-Than-Warthausen (Hamelle edition)|
French city-name of the day was Saint-Petersbourg (as one sees -.)