Petite suite (Borodin, Aleksandr)
St. Petersburg: W. Bessel et Cie., . Plate 1860–66.
Plates are still those of the 1885 first edition (as confirmed from Worldcat libraries). Second edition, published in 1896.
Paris: Alphonse Leduc, n.d.. Plate A.L. 8686.
This file closes with the Scherzo in A-flat.
Probably based on Bessel's 2nd edition (ca.1888); title font changed
(see Dover reprint in Nineteenth-Century European Piano Music: Unfamiliar Masterworks, 1977).
#235279: This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France 2e série, 80e année, Nº 12, 21 Mars 1891, p.189, reg.1168.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For 2 Pianos 4 Hands (Glazunov)
For Piano 4 Hands (Chernov)
For Cello or Viola and Strings
St. Petersburg: V. Bessel & Co., n.d. (ca.1907). Plates 5561.(1)-(8).
(1) cello (or viola) with accompaniment of string quartet or string orchestra, and
(2) cello (or viola) with piano accompaniment.
Piano score serves as conductor's score in the event that string orchestra accompaniment is used. Bass part apparently is optional.
This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.
Mazurka I (No.3)
|Work Title||Petite suite|
|Movements/Sections||7 (or 8 with added Scherzo)
|Year/Date of Composition||1870–1885(?)|
|Dedication||La Comtesse de Mercy Argenteau (from cover of 2nd edition?)|
- Some publications include the Scherzo in A-flat as the closing 8th piece of the piano set.
- Glazunov's orchestration of the Suite from 1895 makes the 7th movement the Scherzo, with the Nocturne inserted inside it as a trio section.)