Borovsky's Scores

Download a free PDF of Mozart's Fantasie in D minor, K397 edited by Borovsky:
Mozart Fantasie K397 PDF

Download a free PDF of Mozart's Rondo in D Major, K485, edited by Borovsky:
Mozart Rondo K485 PDF

Download a free PDF of Mozart's Rondo in A moll, K511, published by Ullstein. Borovsky edited ten of Mozart's piano works which were published by Ullstein between the two world wars. The original archival music plates were completly destroyed during World War II.
Mozart Rondo K511 PDF

Download a free PDF of Mozart's Fantasia in C minor, K396, edited by Borovsky:
Mozart Fantasia K396 PDF


                             Borovsky's edition of Mussorgsky's Pictures from an Exhibition published                                                                    by Wilhelm Hansen, 1957




Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," arranged by Borovsky (1951)



Interlude No 5 dedicated to Alexander Borovsky; composed by Edward Burlingame Hill (American composer, 1872-1960), dated February 1945





Arnold Schoenberg's Sechs Kleine Klavierstucke (6 Pieces, Op 19) published in 1913 and signed by pianist Ossip Gabrilowitsch (1878-1936), April 25, 1928. This work was found in Borovsky's archives.







Schoenberg's Klavierstuck, Op 33a (1928) Morceau pour piano (with Borovsky's markings)



This is Borovsky's personal copy of Bk 2 of Bach's Well Tempered Clavier. 
 


Manuel M. Ponce (1882-1948), "Quatro Danzas Mexicanas." Dedication: "To eminent pianist, Alexander Borovsky with my affection and admiration, 15 May, 1942" signed M Ponce


Octavio Pinto (1890-1950) "Scenes Infantis." Dedication, "to Mr. A. Borowski, with much and grand admiration-(signed) Octavio Pinto, Sao Paulo March 1941. Pinto was the husband of Guiomar Novaes.






Abram Chasins (1903-1987) Prelude in B minor, Op 10 No 6 with dedication, "To Sasha, rarest of artists - a modest and a great gentleman, from his devoted friend, (signed, Abram 8/5/48)


Manuel Gomez Carrillo (1883-1968) dedication "to my friend, Alejandro Borovsky with affection and my admiration," (signed) Manuel Carrillo, Rosario, September 27, 1940

Borovsky's personal copy of J.S. Bach's Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052 (Breitkopf & Hartel)
 Opposite the title page in Borovsky's hand is a list of  some of the over 52 performances where he gave of this work. His copy contains many markings. All orchestra parts are also in Borovsky's Archive. 

Borovsky's copies of Debussy's Preludes, Bks 1, 2


Borovsky's score J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations


Borovsky's copy of Scriabin's Sonata No 9, Op 68
                                                                     

                           Borovsky's score of Franz Liszt's Totentanz-Paraphrase uber "Dies Irae"

                     
Mozart's Fantasie in C minor, K. 396 edited by Borovsky and published by Ullstein


Beethoven's March from "The Ruins of Athens," an adaptation for piano by A. Borovsky, 
published in 1947
 

Dansa de Negroso, Op 2 No 1 by Brazilian composer Fructuoso de Lima Vianna (1896-1976), inscribed "to Alexander Borovsky with all my admiration" (signed) Fructuoso Sao Joao, Paris, April 3, 1949." The work is dedicated to Brazilian pianist Madgalena Tagliaferro (1893-1986)


                               Arthur Lourie's (1892-1966) Sonatine No 3 dedicated to Borovsky, 1917

Borovsky's own notebook with metronome comparisons of different editions of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier - Bishoff (1884) Czerny (1837) Mugellini (1908)
Borovsky's own M.M. with last column indicating the range of M.M. 


Borovsky's personal score of Oliver Messiaen's "Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant Jesus." Borovsky performed selections from these 20 works over 18 times. The first time was on March 1947 at Carnegie Hall which was an American Premiere.

                       
 A personal letter to Borovsky from Olivier Messiaen (no date)


Serge Prokofiev's Six Morceaux, Op 52 No 1 (Intermezzo) 1928 is dedicated to Borovsky    

                             
Borovsky's score of Serge Prokofieff's Piano Concerto No 3, Op 26

Juan Jose Castro (1895-1963) Argentina composer and conductor dedicated his Piano Concerto                                                          written in 1941 to Alexander Borovsky


                                                Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumble-Bee
                                                                           


Dmitri Shostakovitch-Preludes & Fugues, Bk 1 (1-12)

J.S. Bach-Brandenburg Concerto No 5 in D Major for Klavier, Flute, Violin,  BWV 1050


Vladimir Dukelsky (Vernon Duke) 1903-1969 dedicated his Piano Sonata in E-flat composed in 1928 to Borovsky. This was probably composed when they met in Paris.
                                                                             
                          
                    Borovsky's copy of Moussorgsky's "Tableau d'un Exposition." This may be the first French edition                                                                          
                                                         
                                                             
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