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Rachmaninoff-Album pp. Plate B. Vienna: Universal Edition , n. Plate U. See discussion. With color covers. The second part of this album can be found at 7 Morceaux de salon, Op. From the uploader's library. Plate M. Polnoe Sobrannie Sochinenni dlia Fortepiano pp. Pub lisher. Unidentified Collection pp. Progressive Series Compositions, No. Louis: Art Publication Society , Plate Includes cover, preface, biographical sketch, musical analysis and a short exam about the previous texts.
This file is from the MIT archive project. Arranger A. Moscow: Muzyka , n. Plate score , part. Arranger Unknown. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company , Boston: The Boston Music Company , Red Album of 20 Pieces for the Organ pp.
Plate S. Arranger Michael Stenov. Novello's Albums for the Organ , No. New York: Carl Fischer , Boston: Boston Music Co. Rachmaninoff, Sergei. Wikipedia article.
Rachmaninoff, Sergei (Alessi) Elegie op. 3, no. 1
Victoria Rust. Better known for his explosive preludes rather than contemplative elegies, Sergei Rachmaninoff was a philosopher of music. Music, according to Hegel, is in the center of the Romantic Arts, along with painting and poetry. Rachmaninoff and his Steinway  transform the indifference of space surrounding the audience, creating a closed-in, self-contained world, in which the mind is invited to explore and reflect.
Morceaux de fantaisie, Op.3 (Rachmaninoff, Sergei)
The title reflects the pieces' imagery rather than their musical form, as none are actual fantasies. The set was dedicated to Anton Arensky , his harmony teacher at the Conservatory. It was rewritten by Rachmaninoff in , along with the Serenade. It is a character piece, based on the Commedia dell'arte character Pulcinella Polichinelle is the French translation of this word from which Punch from Punch and Judy derives. It is in ternary form ABA , beginning and ending with a fast section that gives way to a slower, lyrical melodious passage in the middle. It was rewritten by Rachmaninoff in , along with the Melodie in E major. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.