ALEXANDROFFSKY WALTZ

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Sheet music for the Alexandroffsky Waltz, commissioned from Russian composer Bihahc by Tom Winans of Baltimore in 1875 in dedication to his beloved sister Julia, who died that same year. If anyone can play this music on the piano, make a YouTube video and Pin me a link I would be grateful.

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Page 1 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 1 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 6 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 6 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 5 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 5 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 4 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 4 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 3 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 3 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 2 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

Page 2 of the Alexandroffsky Waltz, composed by Bihahc in 1875 and available from the National Archives.

This is the cover of the sheet music for "Alexandroffsky Waltz" from the National Archives. The waltz was commissioned in 1875 by Tom Winans of Baltimore to honor his sister Julia, who died that year. If anyone can play this music on the piano, make a YouTube video and Pin a link to me I would be delighted!

This is the cover of the sheet music for "Alexandroffsky Waltz" from the National Archives. The waltz was commissioned in 1875 by Tom Winans of Baltimore to honor his sister Julia, who died that year. If anyone can play this music on the piano, make a YouTube video and Pin a link to me I would be delighted!