|Wednesday November 23rd, 2005|
Waltz Op 18 E flat major
Waltz Op 34
Waltz in A flat major
Opus posth.69 – No. 1 in E flat major
Waltz No. 15 in E minor
Ballade No. 3, Op 47
Scherzo No. 1, Op 20
Nocturne Op 9 – No. 3
Polonaise Op 44 in F sharp minor
Preludes Op 17
Etude Op 8 n.12
Zheleznodorozhny (Russian: Железнодоро́жный) was a city in Moscow Oblast, Russia, located 21 kilometers (13 mi) east of Moscow. It was abolished and merged into the city of Balashikha in January 2015. Population: 131,257 (2010 Census); 103,931 (2002 Census); 97,426 (1989 Census).
It was founded in 1861 as a settlement servicing the railway station of Obiralovka (Обира́ловка), made famous by Leo Tolstoy as the location the main character of the novel Anna Karenina committed suicide. In 1939, it was renamed Zheleznodorozhny and granted town status in 1952. In the 1960s, settlements of Kuchino (Ку́чино), Savvino (Са́ввино), Temnikovo (Те́мниково), and Sergeyevka (Серге́евка) were merged into Zheleznodorozhny. Kuchino is historically associated with the name of Andrei Bely, the Russian poet who lived here in 1925-1931.
In January 2015, Zheleznodorozhny was abolished and its territory merged into the city of Balashikha.