Pesten: Rózsavölgyi és társánál [PN R. & C. No. 177], .
Folio.  (title), 2-7,  (blank) pp. Engraved.
Somewhat worn, bro wned, and soiled; outer leaves detached; central vertical crease with corresponding small splits to edges.
First Edition, second issue. Mona 1150.
Travnyik was a composer and pianist active in the Hungarian nationalist movement of the mid-19th century. He published two collections of folk songs as well as numerous dances and folk settings for piano. His Makói-csárdás (1849) was utilized by both Brahms and Kodály.
The work is dedicated to Antónia Szögyény-Bohus (1803-1890), who helped promote education, charity, and womens' rights.
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