In the bars 9 and 10, the notes for first tenor trombone are [ a ] → [
b-flat ] → [ a ] .
It seems that these notes conflicts with those for other instruments, [
continuous e-flat , f-sharp, c ] → [ continuous e-flat, g, b ( natural ) ]
→ [ continuous e-flat , f-sharp, c ] .
Therefore ex-Soviet conductor Evgeny Mravinsky had performed them like
[ continuous e-flat , f-sharp, c ] → [ continuous e-flat, g, b-flat ] → [
continuous e-flat , f-sharp, c ] , exept for the recording in 1940.
I'm not sure that they are Pyotr Ilyich's mistakes in writing or
publishers' misprints, or else it's fine just like that.
I can't confirm composer's autographs because I'm an only amateur fun
Does anyone know the notes Pyotr Ilyich autographed?
The editors of the score of Francesca da Rimini in volume 24 the Soviet
edition of Tchaikovsky's complete works (1961), compared Jurgenson's
edition with Tchaikovsky's autograph, and found that the trombone parts
were identical in this section. So it was the composer's intention (a
little like the 'wrong' note in the First Piano Concerto).
Hello, Mr. Langston,
Thank you so much! I understood. Even so, it’s mysterious intention.
Are there any letters or other documents that composer had preferred to