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||Leipzig: Zimmermann, 1906. Plate 4297, 4298.
||Scanned from photocopies; manual clenaup.
||4 Piano Pieces
||4 Morceaux pour le piano
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- Prélude. Moderato (C♯ minor)
- Petite étude. Allegretto con brio (G♭ major)
- Rêverie. Andantino (D♭ major)
- Valse [No.1]. Allegro con brio (F major)
- 1. A Monsieur Constantin Tchernow (Zimmermann), Alexandre Tiniakow (Ditson)
- 2. A Madame Hélène Tchernova
- 3 and/or 4. Alexandre Tiniakow (Aleksandr Tinyakov)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
Dedication differs for Prélude with the Ditson edition showing Alexandre Tiniakow while the Zimmermann indicates Constantin Tchernow.