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    Could someone help be find a copy of Rachmaninoff's transcription of Behr's Lachtaubchen, published as Polka de V.R.?


    I've looked all over, and can't find it....

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    Wait... It's possible that the version I heard from Rachmaninoff was not from Behr, but a composition of his own father.

    So base your search on that, if you can

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    http://www.prestoclassical.co.uk/w/1...v_Polka_de_V_R
    (Those 'Horowitz in Moscow' discs are the first on the list, if you search for 'Horowitz' at Amazon.com, but type Polka de V.R., you get nothing.)
    http://www.amazon.com/Polka-de-V-R/dp/B000QNOLZG (mp3)
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    Well, I was actually looking for the sheet music

    I appreciate your response, I was worried I was the only one who had heard of it

    Only two Youtube videos, that shows you it's uncommon

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    Quote Originally Posted by trojan rabbit View Post
    Well, I was actually looking for the sheet music
    I should've guessed.
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    That's ok. I found it, but it's in the Netherlands...

    We'll just see if I manage to get my hands on it

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