Example 4. The use of Balakirev’s suggested Dflat major for the pair of “Romeo and Juliet’s themes” in the secondary area of that Overture Fantasy (1869), with implications of Artôt’s acronym Dflat – A (enharmonic German sixth). This key also appears in “The Letter Scene” (Eugene Onegin 1877) with the same bVI emphasis, as well as the famous “None but the Lonely Heart” No. 6 of Op. 6 (1869), a song cycle dedicated to Artôt.