Moscou: P. Jurgenson [PN 2742], .
Folio. 9; 3 pp. Title to piano score printed in gilt.
Handstamp of London distributor "Stanley Lucas Weber & Co." to foot of title.
Piano score disbound and slightly trimmed; occasional light foxing. Violin part untrimmed; some wear and soiling to edges.
First Edition. Vajdman ČW 58, p. 418. Poznansky TH 56, p. 202.
Tchaikovsky's Sérénade mélancolique, for violin and orchestra, was premiered by Adolph Brodsky in Moscow on 16 January 1876. The version for violin and piano was arranged by the composer himself and published by Jurgenson along with the orchestral version.
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