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« Reply #45 on: August 19, 2016, 11:25:03 am »

Thanks very much for those uploads. I enjoyed the extra glimpses of works by Aladov, especially the scherzo of the 9th symphony which joins up with the other pieces posted by him. How were you able to obtain these - Belarus libraries? No chance of the Zolotarev and Tikotsky symphonies from the same source? I don't give up hope of the Abeliovich symphonies 1 and 4 either!

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A friend of a friend is a student in Minsk and frequently uses the National Library, so she very kindly did a bit of digging for me.  But she says they don't have any Zolotarev or Tikotsky beyond what I have posted.

Are you confident that the Abeliovich symphonies 1 and 4 have definitely been recorded?
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