“The Valkyrie” is the second opera from the tetralogy “The Nibelung’s Ring”. In Russia it was staged in 1898 in Saint-Petersburg.
The score of the opera was published by P. Jurgenson in 1896. The book is of historical and cultural value.
a one-act ballet by Sergei Prokofiev, showing the new Soviet society in the pathetic spirit of the plant. The premiere took place in 1925 in Paris.
The ballet is devoted to S. P. Diaghilev who staged it.
The score of the concert is the composer’s lifetime edition. Publisher M. P. Beliaev, 1912.
Fedor Drobish was a conductor and pedagogue. Bandmaster of A. G. Teplov’s serf orchestra in Petersburg. Later lived and taught in Moscow
Saint-Petersburg, the print-house of Imperial Academy of Sciences, 1836. Annex: 3 sheets of score tables
Written by G.S. Lehlein. Translated from German into Russian by Fedor Gablits, student of Imperial Moscow University. Printed at the print house of Imperial Moscow University at the expense of H. L. Vever, 1773-1774.
Clavichord School, or Short and Solid Evidence to Garmony and Melody, Explained on Practical Examples