|For:||Violin and piano|
|Published by:||Édition Russe de Musique c.1911|
|Availability:||Boosey & Hawkes (copy of ERM c.1922)|
E Hummel/S Hummel Ersta 1070
Kagan/Richter 1981/Moscow* Live Classics LCL191
Feigin†/Khudoley 1982 Melodiya C10-19891
A Markov/D Cogan c.1985 LRP8831
Parikian/Milne 1986 CRD34934
Abel/Szidon 1986/Philippsburg* Hastedt ht 6605
Shirinsky/Galynin 1992 MK417109 - nla
G Heifetz/Kaplan 1993 Connoisseur Society 4196
Mordkovitch/Tozer 1993 Chandos CHAN9293
Marinkovic/Hendry 1995 ASV CDDCA951
Tsinman/Yampolsky 1996 Triton DICC-26055, Triton 17009 - nla Exton 4538182815991
Kogan/Bigger 2006 Emec E-071
Kayaleh/Stewart 2007 Naxos (vol.2) 8.570299
Hanslip/Tchetuev 2012 Hyperion CDA67963
Boriso-Glebsky/Derzhavina 2017 Profil PH17087 2cds
Revich/Osetinskaya 2019 Melodiya MELCD 10-02608
† also spelt Feighin, Feygin, Feyghin
There are a number of differences between the 1922 and 1959 editions. The most notable difference is to be found in the leggiero passage in bars 127-130 of the first movement, where the notes are slurred in the original edition but marked spiccato in the 1959 edition. Cecilia Hansen in her 1947 recording with Medtner plays a half-staccato. Of the later recordings, only Kagan/Richter follow the original edition.
In the 1959 edition, the harmonic is absent on the final note of the first movement in the piano score but is present in the violin part. In the 1922 edition the harmonic is present in both parts.
There is a State Publishing House edition c.1958 with fewer markings than the 1922 edition. There are a few other works where a later ERM edition has revisions to the original, so it is possible that the Soviet engraving is based on an earlier ERM edition. The Moscow "Muzyka" edition (c.1980) on the IMSLP site is an exact copy of the 1959 edition apart from the heading.