Paul Silverthorne responds to Mikhail Zemtsov:
>>This is a very fanny thing. This symphony was presented in 1948
>>as a first symphony written by ukranian composer, it was an enormous
>>sensation at that time. Ovsianiikov- Kulikovski was supoused to be
>>living in 19th century. Orchestras have played and recorded the symphony
>>and musicologists have written extended researches, but then..... It
>>resolted to be a geniously made fake by composer and violinist Mikhail
>Thanks Mikhail for that information, I'd often wondered about the
>Khandoshkin, as the slow movement, though delicious, sounded to me
>as genuine as Casadesus' bogus Handel & JC Bach concertos.
Which makes me wonder...Kriesler wrote several works which he attributed
to Vivaldi, Dittersdorf, Stamitz, et al
Is there a list somewhere of all of these bogus works.
I am reminded of that wonderful article by Ernst Lumpe on Pseudonyumous
Performers on LPs.
His list contains only a few of the names.