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Author Topic: Borodin-Kamensky Polovtsian Dances  (Read 777 times)
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« on: August 17, 2017, 06:50:08 PM »

Hello, does anybody have the Polovtian Dances by Borodin as transcribed by Aleksandr Kamensky? I believe it is also called a "Concert Fantasia" or "Concert Paraphrase"; perhaps just "Concert Transcription". I saw it in a university music library once in the Compozitor Edition. I did a photocopy of it, but then I lost it. The university is rly far away and I rly don't want to visit that place again.

Anybody able to help?


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