Volume 109. Scherzo. Op. l(a).* Eight Preludes. Op. 2. Theme and Variations. Op. 3(a).* Three Fantastic Dances. Op. 5. “Aphorisms”. Op. 13. A Child’s Exercise Book. Op. 69. Dances of the Dolls. Sans op. Murzilka. Sans op. Children’s Plays of 1915 to the Beginning of the 1920s. Sans op. “Polka”,* “In the Forest”,* “Longing for the Native Country” (“The Soldier”),* Funeral March in Memory of the Fallen Heroes of the October Revolution,* Two Mazurkas,* Three Pieces: 1. Minuet. 2. Prelude. 3. Intermezzo. Sans op.
Volume 110. Twenty-four Preludes. Op. 34.
Volume 111. Sonata No. 1. Op. 12. Sonata No. 2. Op. 61. Piano Fugues of the 1930s.*
Volume 112. Twenty-four Preludes and Fugues. Op. 87.
Volume 113. Suite for Two Pianos. Op. 6. Concertino for Two Pianos. Op. 94. Tarantella. Sans op. Prelude in D flat major for piano (four hands). Op. 87(a), No. 15. Merry March for Two Pianos. Sans op.
Volume 114. Igor Stravinsky. Symphony of Psalms. Arranged for piano four hands.* Milii Balakirev. Polka. Arranged for two harps (or ensemble of harps).
Volume 115. Arthur Honegger. Liturgical Symphony. Arranged for piano four hands.* Gustav Mahler. Symphony No. 10 (Fragment). Arranged for piano four hands.*