Budapest: Rózsavölgyi et cie [PN R. & Co. 4348], ©1922.
Folio. Original publisher's dark ivory wrappers printed in dark blue. 4 pp. + 1f. violin part laid in.
Wrappers slightly worn and foxed. Somewhat browned throughout, with occasional fraying to edges.
First Edition of this arrangement.
The Valsette was first published as part of Kodály's Opus 3 works for piano, but was later published separately and not included in future editions.
Emil Telmányi was a Hungarian violinist well-known for performing and promoting the works of Carl Nielsen, as well as his recordings of Bach using a special curved bow.
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