Pest: Rózsavölgyi & Compagnie [PN R. et C. 73], 1869.
Folio.  (collective title "Oeuvres pour le piano par Emerique Székely"), 2-19,  (blank) pp.
Somewhat worn and soiled; light dampstaining throughout; wear and soiling to margins; light foxing throughout.
First Edition, third issue. Mona 1019.
Hungarian composer and pianist Székely made his first appearance at the National Theatre in 1845 and then toured Paris and London before returning permanently to Pest in 1853. He taught piano to many noble families as well as performing concerts of his own works. Székely primarily wrote short piano works, including a series of "Magyar Ábrand," fantasies on well-known Hungarian themes, the present work number one in the series.
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