I noticed that this work by Tchaikovsky has not yet been uploaded to IMSLP (information quoted from http://imslp.org/wiki/Complete_Collected_Works_(Tchaikovsky,_Pyotr)):
Vol. 35. Edited by V. Vasilyev (1956). xviii, 423 pages. Plate M. 25858 Г.
Vakula the Smith, Op.14 : Vocal score, arranged by Tchaikovsky. Also includes orchestral extracts not re-used in Cherevichki.
Reprint - Kalmus edition 6751.
I started scanning an exemplar of this reprint today.
I assume that I should omit the scans of the front cover and title page designed by Kalmus. If that is the case, should I substitute a new title page adapting the information quoted above (without the third line)? Although I don't have access to the actual Soviet print, I can add Russian to the title page for the title, composer, etc.
Thanks in advance for advice.
By the way, besides uploading the piano-vocal score and orchestral extracts from the above edition, I plan to upload Polonsky's libretto as printed in a late 19th-century collection of his poetical works.