I have heard that a piano solo transcription of the full opera Eugene Onegin
published by Jurgenson in 1910 exists.
Has anyone seen this transcription or know how to obtain a copy?
I know of the paraphrases and other small excerpts.
Stephen J. Tiernan
Some time ago one of our readers asked where they could get a copy
of Eugene Onegin for piano solo....(not the piano vocal score)....well
it is available at this site for a fee....
I would like to include to the list of works on imslp.org for
Tchaikovsky piano arrangements the following new additions:
1. The Third Symphony arranged for piano solo.
2. The Souvenir de Florence op. 70 for string sextet arranged for
piano four hands...
Here is the Third Symphony as arranged for piano solo....what a
So now we have all the Symphonies of Tchaikovsky arranged for piano
solo but the Second...which is available however for piano duet....
What a treasure is imslp.org for those of us who are seeking to
download rare and long out of print scores!
Earlier this year the Third Symphony of Tchaikovsky arranged for
piano solo had been removed from this website....now once again it has
been made available for download....so once again we may enjoy this
Speaking of piano transcriptions of orchestral works where is the
rest of the Third Suite as arranged for piano solo? This excerpt
begins with page 34...so we know that the first three movements are
somewhere...Leopold made the piano solo arrangement circa 1901 for
Jurgenson....does anybody have a clue?...my searches have not produced
the desired result...
This should make Steve happy....or anyone else who is looking for
the complete piano solo version of Eugene Onegin....a free download on
its ever growing library of public domain long out print or hard to
get scores now numbers 110,000 scores.....what a musical feast!