LIST of WORKS (with instruments, first performances, published scores, recordings)

The instruments of symphonic orchestra are described by figures. For example: 2,2,2,2 4,2,3,1 = means wood winds and brass winds instruments, i.e. 2 flauti, 2 oboe, 2 clarinetti, 2 fagotti; 4 corni, 2 trombe, 3 trombone, 1 tuba. Then followed - percussioni, arpa, piano, archi (quartet of strings group of a symphonic orchestra). In one group are combined - flauto and flauto piccolo, oboe and corno inglese, clarinetto and clarinetto basso, fagotto and contrafagotto.

1. Works for orchestra
1.1. Works for orchestra without solo instrument

"PROCESSION", C-Dur. For large symphonic orchestra. (1946)
Orchestra: 3 (1- flauto piccolo), 2, 2, 2 - 4,3,3, 1; percussioni (3 timpani, piantti, triangolo, tamburo, cassa, campane), arpa, grand piano, archi.
Duration 6 min.
First performance: 19 December 1946. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall. Moscow Conservatory Students Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Yu.Timofeyev.
Manuscript (autograph). Full Score: Moscow Conservatory's Library of Scores .

SYMPHONY No.1, c-moll. For large symphonic orchestra. In four movements. (1947)

1. Moderato.
2. Allegro marcato.
3. Largo.
4. Allegretto.
Orchestra: 3 (1 - flauto piccolo), 2,2,2 - 4,3,3, 1; percussioni (timpani, tamburino, tamburo, piantti, cassa, silofono), archi (violini I-16, violini II - 14, viole - 12, violoncelli - 10, contrabassi -8).
Duration 31 min.

First performance: 7 February 1962. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall. Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra.
Full Score: Moscow, "Russkoje Muzikalnoje Tovarischestvo" ("Russian Musical Association"), 1999.

CD 8.570195, Naxos, 2007

FANTASY ON RUSSIAN FOLK THEMES, d-moll. For large symphonic orchestra. (1950)
Orchestra: 3 (1 - flauto piccolo), 3 (1 - corno inglese), 2, 2 - 4, 3, 3, 1; percussioni (timpani, triangolo, tamburino, tamburo, piatti, cassa, silofono), arpa, archi (violini I - 18, violini II - 16, viole - 14, violoncelli - 12, contrabassi -10).
Duration 17 min
First Radio-Performance in 1951. Large Symphony Orchestra of USSR Radio. Conductor S.Samosud.
First performance on the concert: 7 December 1951. Moscow, Large Symphony Orchestra of USSR Radio. Conductor A.Gauk.
Full Score: Moscow, "Russkoje Muzikalnoje Tovarischestvo" ("Russian Musical Association"), 1997.
CD: NF/PMA 9957, (c) Northern Flowers, 2008

SLAVONIC RHAPSODY. For large symphonic orchestra. In three movements. (1951)

1. Adagio.
2. Allegretto.
3. Andante. Allegro.
Orchestra: 3 (1 - flauto piccolo, 1 - flauto contralto), 3 (1 - corno inglese), 4 (1 - clarinetto basso, I - clarinetto piccolo), 3 (1 - contrafagotto) - 4, 3, 3, 1; percussioni (timpani, triangolo, tamburino, tamburo, piatti, cassa), arpa, archi (violini I-18, violini II - 16, viole - 14, violoncelli - 12, contrabassi - 10).
Duration 16 min.
First Radio-Performance: 1952. USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Samuil Samosud.
First performance on the concert: 29 October 1956. Moscow, P.Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. Large Symphony Orchestra of USSR Radio. Conductor A.Gauk.
Published - Full Score: Moscow, "Russkoje Muzikalnoje Tovarischestvo" ("Russian Musical Association"), 2000.
CD: NF/PMA 9957, (c) Northern Flowers, 2008


AFTER THE BALL  (suite for orchestra to the radio-play after the story by Leo Tolstoy)  (1952)
Assembled  and edited by Kirill Ershov & Petr Klimov (2006)

1. Introduction.  Allegretto.
2. Waltz. Allegro.
3. Reminiscence. Andantino.
4. Mazurka. Allegro.
5. At Home. Moderato.
6. March. Allegretto.
7.  Conclusion. Andantino. 
Orchestra: 2(1 - flauto piccolo), 0,2, 1 - 3, 3, 1, 0; percussioni (timpani, triangolo, tamburino, tamburo, piatti, cassa), piano, archi (violini I-6, violini II - 4, viole - 3, violoncelli - 3, contrabasso - 1).
Duration 17 min.
First concert performance: 11 May 2008. Volgograd. Volgograd Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor Kirill Ershov.
Published - Full Score: Moscow, The Boris Tchaikovsky Society,  2007 (ISMN M-706350-01-1).
CD:
8.570195, Naxos, 2007


 THE MURMURING FOREST  (suite for orchestra to the radio-play after the story by Vladimir Korolenko)  (1953)
Assembled  and edited by Kirill Ershov & Petr Klimov (2006)

1. [Introduction].  Moderato.
2. [The Song].  Moderato.
3. [The Squire's Ride]. Allegro.
4. [The Storm]. Molto Vivace.
5. [Finale]. Andante.
Orchestra: 3 (1 - flauto piccolo), 0,2, 0 - 4, 2, 3, 0; percussioni (timpani, tamburo, piatti, cassa), arpa, piano, gusli [ad libitum], archi (violini I-8, violini II - 6, viole - 4, violoncelli - 4, contrabassi - 2).
Duration 12 min.
Published - Full Score: Moscow, The Boris Tchaikovsky Society,  2007 (ISMN M-706350-01-1).
CD:
8.570195, Naxos, 2007

SINFONIETTA, g-moll. For string orchestra. In four movements. (1953)

1. Sonatina. Allegro.
2. Waltz. Allegro molto.
3. Variations. Adagio.
4. Rondo. Presto.
Orchestra: violini I - 18. violini II - 16, viole 14, violoncelli - 12, contrabassi -10.
Duration 19 min.
First performance: 7 February 1954. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall. Large Symphony Orchestra of USSR Radio. Conductor A.Gauk.
Full Score: Moscow, "Muzgiz",1956.

Full Score: Moscow, "Russkoje Muzikalnoje Tovarischestvo" ("Russian Musical Association"), 2000.
Nr.2 - Transcription for Russian folk instruments orchestra - K.Ershov (2000), manuscript
CD: SUCD 10-00235 1991 MELODIYA (Vladimir Fedosseyev)
CD: Magna Music 2153179 LG6926 (Germany) (Hilmar Schmalenberg)
CD: CR 991064 + (P) 1999 FPRK Kuenstlerleben Foundation, Relief  (Vladimir Fedosseyev)
CD: CDA67413, () Hyperion Records, 2004 (Alexander Rudin)
CD: NF/PMA 9957, (c) Northern Flowers, 2008 (Alexander Gauk)

CAPRICCIO ON ENGLISH THEMES, F-Dur. For large symphonic orchestra. (1954)
Orchestra: 3 (1 - flauto piccolo), 3 (1 - corno inglese), 2,2; 4,3,3,1; percussioni (timpani, triangolo, tamburino, tamburo, piatti, cassa, silofono), arpa, archi (violini I - 14, violini II - 12, viole - 10, violoncelli - 8, contrabassi - 6).
Duration
8 min.
First Radio-Performance 1954. Large Symphony Orchestra of USSR Radio. Conductor A.Gauk.
Published - Full Score: Moscow, "Russkoje Muzikalnoje Tovarischestvo" ("Russian Musical Association"), 2000
CD: CR 991076 + (P) 2004 FPRK Kuenstlerleben Foundation, Relief (Vladimir Fedosseyev)
CD: NF/PMA 9957, (c) Northern Flowers, 2008 (Alexander Gauk)

Swineherd (suite for chamber ensemble or chamber orchesta after HC Andersen Fairy Tale)  (1954)
Compiled and Edited by Petr Klimov & Kirill Ershov (2009)

1. Introduction
2. In the Garden
3. Minuet
4. The Rose
5. The Nightingale
6. Jingles
7. [The Magic Kettle] Song of the Magic Kettle
8. Waltz
9. Polka
10. The Ratchet

Orchestra: 2 (1 - flauto piccolo), 0,2,1 - 2,1,0,0; percussioni (triangolo, sonagli, legno, raganella piccola, tamburino, campanelli, silofono), archi.
Duration 10 min.
Published - Full Score: Moscow, The Boris Tchaikovsky Society,  2010 (ISMN 979-0-706350-10-3).
CD:
8.572400 Naxos, 2010

Galoshes of Fortune (suite for chamber ensemble or chamber orchesta after HC Andersen Fairy Tale)  (1958)
Compiled and Edited by Petr Klimov & Kirill Ershov (2009)

1. Introduction
2. Two Fairies
3. Interlude
4. Night
5. Revelers Song
6. The Watchman
7. Voyage to the Moon
8. The Moon
9. The Dash Back to Earth
10. The Medical Intern
11. The Theatre
12. A Wealthy Man and his Wife
13. A Lady
14. A Selfish Man
15. An Officer
16. The Bird
17. The Journey
18. Tarantella
19. Mourning Music

Orchestra: 2 (1 - flauto piccolo), 0,2,2 - 3,1,1,1; percussioni (timpani, triangolo, castagnetti, legno, tamburo, piatti, cassa, tam-tam, silofono, vibrafono, flessatone), piano, harpsichord, guitar, mandolino, archi; mens choir [movement #5 only]; soprano solo [movement #13 only]. 
Duration 22 min.
Published - Full Score: Moscow, The Boris Tchaikovsky Society,  2010 (ISMN 979-0-706350-10-3).
CD:
8.572400 Naxos, 2010


OUVERTURE, c-moll. For symphonic orchestra. (1957)
Orchestra: 3 (1 - flauto piccolo), 3, 3, 3 (1 - contrafagotto); 4,3,3,1; percussioni (timpani, triangolo, tamburo, piatti, cassa), archi (violini I - 18, violini II - 16, viole - 14, violoncelli 12, contrabassi 10).
Duration
9 min.
First performance: 23 November 1957 ., Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall. State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor N.Rakhlin.
Manuscript (autograph). Full Score: Author's archive.

SYMPHONY No.2, D-Dur. For large symphony orchestra. In three movements. (1967)

1.Molto allegro.
2.Largo.
3.Allegretto.
Orchestra: 4 (2 - flauto piccolo), 4,4 (1- clarinetto basso), 4; 4,4.4,0: percussioni (timpani, tamburino, tamburo, 2 legni, frusto, piatti, cassa, campanelli, marimba, vibrafono), celesta, arpa, archi (violini I - 18, violini I1 - 16. viole -14, violoncelli - 12, contrabassi - 8).

Duration 52 min.
First performance: 17 October 1967. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall. Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor K.Kondrashin.
In 1969 composer was awarded by State USSR Award for creation of this work.
Full Score: Moscow, "Muzyka", 1970 (published  in Russian and English).
CD: RDCD 11063 (P) 1994 Russian Disk (Kirill Kondrashin - studio recording)
CD: CR 991080 + (P) 2005 FPRK Kuenstlerleben Foundation, Relief  (Vladimir Fedosseyev)
CD: PH10038 Profil Medien, 2010 (Kirill Kondrashin - premiere performance recording)

 

CHAMBER SYMPHONY. For Chamber orchestra. In six movements. (1967)

1. Sonata
2. Unison
3. Choral Music
4. Interlude
5. Marches tunes
6. Serenade
Orchestra: 2
oboes, 2 corno, cembalo, archi (violini I 6, violini II - 4. viole - 4, violoncelli 3, contrabassi - 1.
Duration 25 min.
First performance: 27 October 1967. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall. Moscow Chamber Orchestra. Conductor Rudolf Barshai.

Full Score: Introduction of N.Peiko. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor"; 1971 (published together in Russian and English).
CD: NF/PMA 9918, (c) Northern Flowers, 2003 (Edward Serov)
CD: CDA67413, () Hyperion Records, 2004 (Alexander Rudin)
CD: 9010, Brilliant Classics, 2009 (Rudolf Barshai)

THEME AND EIGHT VARIATIONS. For large symphony orchestra. (1973)
Dedication: "To Staatskapelle Dresden".
Orchestra: 4,4,4,4; 6,4,4,1; percussioni (timpani, triangolo, tamburino, tamburo, piatti, cassa, campane, campanelli), celesta, arpa, archi (violini I - 18, violini II - 16, viole - 14, violoncelli - 12, contrabassi -10).
Duration 18 min.
First performance: 23 January 1974, Dresden (German Democratic Republic), Palace of Culture. Orchestra of Staatskapelle Dresden
First performance in Moscow - 4 February 1974. Moscow Conservatory Great Hall. Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor Kirill Kondrashin.
Full Score: Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor". 1978 (published together in Russian and English).
CD: GLOBE GLO 6006 & (P) 1991 Klaas Posthuma Productions (Kirill Kondrashin)
CD: PCCL-00206 & (P) 1994 Pony Canyon Inc., (Japan) (Vladimir Fedosseyev)
CD: CR 991064 + (P) 1999 FPRK Kuenstlerleben Foundation (Austria) (Vladimir Fedosseyev)
CD: CR 991095 + (P) 2010 FPRK Kuenstlerleben Foundation (Austria) (Vladimir Fedosseyev - the same recording as on CD)

SIX ETUDES FOR STRINGS AND ORGAN. (1976)
1. Andante.
2. Allegronontroppo.
3. Moderato con moto.
4. Allegro moderato.
5. Andante moderato.
6. Allegretto. Allegro.

Orchestra: violini I - 10-14, violini II - 8-12, viole - 6 - 10, violoncelli - 4 - 8, contrabassi - 3 - 6.
Duration 26 min.
First performance: Leningrad Philharmony /Small Glinka Hall/ 30 January 1979; in Moscow - at the Conservatory Great Hall 19 November 1979. Leningrad Chamber Orchestra of Early and Modern Music. Conductor E.Serov.
Full Score Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1982.
CD: CDA67413, () Hyperion Records, 2004

SEBASTOPOL SYMPHONY, B-Dur. For large symphonic orchestra. (1980)
Orchestra: 4 (1 - flauto contralto), 4, 4 (1- Saxophone soprano), 4 (I contrafagotto); 6, 5 (1 tromba piccolo), 4, 1; percussioni (timpani, tamburo, tenori, bassi, cassa, campanelli, campano, marimba, vibrafono), celesta, piano, 2 arpe, archi (violini I - 18. violini II - 16,viole - 14, violoncelli - 12, contrabassi - 10).
Duration 37 min.
First performance: 25 January 1981. Moscow, Columns Hall of Unions House. Large Symphony Orchestra of USSR TV and Radio. Conductor V.Fedoseyev.
Full Score: Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1985.
Full Score: Moscow, "Russkoje Muzikalnoje Tovarischestvo" ("Russian Musical Association"), 2000
CD: CHAN 10299H Chandos Records, 2005

 

"THE WIND OF SIBERIA". Poem for symphony orchestra (1984).
Dedication:
"To Vladimir Ivanovich Fedoseyev"
Orchestra: 2, 2 flauti contralto, 0, 2, 2 clarinetti contraltoi, 0,0,4 trombe, 4 trombone, percussioni (6 timpani, 2 ferri, tamburo, piatti, cassa, tam-tam, crotali, campane), piano, archi.
First performance: 13 May 1984. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall. Large Symphony Orchestra of USSR TV and Radio. Conductor V.Fedoseyev. 3 April 1986 - the same place, the same orchestra. Conductor - V.Gergiev.
Published - Full Score: Moscow, "Russkoje Muzikalnoje Tovarischestvo" ("Russian Musical Association"), 1998.
CD: CHAN 10299H Chandos Records, 2005

"JUVENILE". Poem for orchestra (1984).
Under Impression of the novel by F.Dostoyevsky
Orchestra: 4 (2 - flauto piccolo), 0, 4, 3; 4,4,3,0; percussioni (timpani, tam-tam, marimba, campani), block-flauto, celesta, gusli /stromento a pizzico/, cembalo, viola d'amore, piano, archi (violini I - 18, violini II - 16, viole - 14, violoncelli - 12, contrabassi - 10).
Duration
31 min.
First performance: 23 March 1985. Moscow, Columns Hall of Unions House. Large Symphony Orchestra of USSR TV and Radio. Conductor V.Fedoseyev.
Published - Full Score: Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1988
CD: SUCD 10-00235 1991 MELODIYA (Vladimir Fedosseyev - studio recording)
CD: CR 991076 + (P) 2004 FPRK Kuenstlerleben Foundation (Austria) (Vladimir Fedosseyev - live recording)

FOUR PRELUDES for chamber orchestra. In six movements. (1984)
The orchestral version of "Four Poems by Josef .Brodsky"
CD: NF/PMA 9918, (c) Northern Flowers, 2003
CD: 8.572400 Naxos, 2010

COMBAT MARCH, for Wind Band (1988)
Edited by Kirill Ershov, Yuri Abdokov, Stanislav Prokudin and Petr Klimov (2008)
BAND: Flauto piccolo, Flaut, 2 Clarinetti in B, 3 Corni in Es, 2 Trombe in B, 2 Cornetti in B, 2 Alti, 2 Tenori in B, Baritone in B, 2 Bassi, Piatti, Cassa.
Score: Publisher - The Boris Tchaikovsky Society, 2008 (ISMN 979-0-706350-07-3)

"MUSIC FOR ORCHESTRA". In seven movements. (1987).

1. Motive
2. Far road
3. The wires sing
4. Four notes
5. Thirds and Quartes
6. Shadows
7. Epilogue
Orchestra: 3 (piccolo),0,3,3 - 3,3 (1 - piccolo),3,0; percussioni (timpani, campane, campanelli, crotali), celesta, 2 arpe, piano, archi.
Duration
23 min.
First performance: 21 May 1987. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall.
Full Score: Moscow, Publishing House "Kompozitor" ("Composer"), 199
4.
CD: CHAN 10299H Chandos Records, 2005

SYMPHONY WITH HARP. For large symphonic orchestra (1993).
Orchestra: 4,4,4,4 - 6,4,4,1; percussioni (timpani, tamburo, piatti, cassa), arpa, archi.
First performance: - 30 December 1993. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall. Large Symphony Orchestra of USSR TV and Radio. Conductor V.Fedoseyev. E.Moskvitina (harp).
Full Score: Moscow, Publishing House "Kompozitor" ("Composer"), 1998.

CD: CR 991080 + (P) 2005 FPRK Kuenstlerleben Foundation, Relief

PRELUDE "THE BELLS" (1996).
Part from the unfinished symphonic work.
First performance: 9 June
1997. Moscow, Rachmaninov Hall of Conservatory. V.Dovgan' (piano)
Piano Score - Manuscript (Author's archive).
Score (orchestrated by Yuri Abdokov).
Score (orchestrated by Pyotr Klimov) - "The Boris Tchaikovsky Society", 2004
CD: CDA67413, () Hyperion Records, 2004 (orchestrated by Pyotr Klimov)

 

1.2. Concertos ( works for orchestra with solo instruments):

CONCERTO FOR CLARINET AND CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, A-dur. In three movements. (1957)

1. Moderato.
2. Vivace.
3. Allegro.
Orchestra: 3 trombe, timpani, archi (violini I - 10. violini II - 8, viole
- 6, violoncelli - 4, contrabassi - 2).
Duration 12 min.
First performance: 11 May 1964. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall,
V.Tupikin (clarinet), Moscow Chamber Orchestra. Conductor R.Barshai.
Transcription for clarinet and piano. Moscow, "Muzyka"
, 1966; Moscow, "Muzyka", 1978 (published together in Russian and English).
CD: NEOS 20905, 2009  (the same recordig previously released on CD: Occam Records (Germany), 2001) (Matthias Mueller  / Misha Damev)
CD: NF/PMA 9918, (c) Northern Flowers, 2003 (Adil Fyodorov / Edward Serov)
CD: 8.557727, Naxos, 2006 (Anton Prischepa / Timur Mynbaev)

CONCERTO FOR CELLO AND SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA, In four movements. (1964)

1. Andante. Allegro.
2. Allegretto.
3. Allegro.
4. Moderato non troppo.
Orchestra: 3 flute, 3 trombe, 3 trombone, percussioni (timpani, legno, silofono, campanelli, vibrafono), arpa, archi (violini I - 14, violini II - 12, viole - 10, violoncelli 8, contrabassi - 6).
Duration 36 min.
First performance: 31 March 1964. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall, M.Rostropovich (cello), Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor K.Kondrashin.
First performance abroad - December 1964 (Paris).
Full Score: Moscow, "Muzyka", 1967 (published together in Russian and English).
Full Score: Moscow, Publishing House "Kompozitor" ("Composer");
2000.
Piano Score: Moscow, "Muzyka"; 1966.
CD: EMI CZS 572016 2 (M.ROSTROPOVICH "The Russian Years", disk 5) (Mstislav Rostropovich / Kirill Kondrashin)
CD: CR 991065 + (P) 1999 FPRK Kuenstlerleben Foundation, Relief (Victor Simon / Vladimir Fedosseyev)
CD: Artel "Eastern Wind", 2004 (Ivan Monighetti / Mstislav Rostropovich)
CD:
TROY 731 Albany Records (USA), 2005 (Valentin Feigin / Edward Serov)

CONCERTO FOR VIOLIN AND ORCHESTRA, F-Dur. (1969)
Dedication: "
To Viktor Pikaizen"
Orchestra: 0.0,0.0; 4
,4,3,1; timpani, archi (violini I - 18, violini II - 16, viole - 14, violoncelli - 12, contrabassi -10).
Duration 37 min.
First public performance - 13 February 1970 (on the Secretariat of USSR Composers Union; V.Pikaizen (violin) and B.Tchaikovsky (piano).
First performance with orchestra -
25 April 1970. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall, V.Pikaizen (violin), Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor K.Kondrashin.
Full Score: Moscow, "Muzyka", 1978 (published together in Russian and English).
Author's Transcription for violin and piano. (Score for violin by V.Pikaizen). Moscow, "Muzyka", 1972 (published together in Russian and English).
CD: NF/PMA 9947, Northern Flowers, 2006 (Victor Pikaizen / Edward Serov)
CD: PH11047, Profil Medien, 2012 (Victor Pikaizen / Kirill Kondrashin)

CONCERTO FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA in five movements. (1971)
Orchestra: 2 corno, percussioni (tamburo, cassa), archi (violini I - 10, violini II - 8, viole - 6, violoncelli - 5, contrabassi - 4).
Duration 35 min.
First performance:
Kaunas, 17 October 1971; First performance in Moscow - at the Conservatory Great Hall 29 October 1971, B.Tchaikovsky (piano), Moscow Chamber Orchestra. Conductor R.Barshai.
Full Score: Moscow, Publishing House "Kompozitor" ("Composer"), 1997.
Author's transcription for two pianos. Moscow, "Muzyka", 1973.
CD: CR 991076 + (P) 2004 FPRK Kuenstlerleben Foundation (Austria) (Boris Tchaikovsky / Vladimir Fedosseyev)
CD: 8.557727, Naxos, 2006 (Olga Solovieva / Timur Mynbaev)

 

2. CHAMBER WORKS:

2.1. Chamber works for different ensembles:

PASSACAGLIA and FUGUE,  for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Viola, Violoncello, and Double-Bass  (1940s)
Edited by Petr Klimov & Stanislav Prokudin

Duration 8 min.
First performance: November 2005. Moscow, Gnessins Musical College. Performers: Marina Rubinshtein (flute), Filipp Nodel (oboe), Anton Prischepa (clarinet), Sergey Kryukovtsev (horn), Konstantin Kaznacheyev (violin), 
Elizaveta Fadeyeva (viola), Olga Dyomina (cello), Pavel Alfyorov ( (double-bass).
Score: Publisher - The Boris Tchaikovsky Society, 2008 (ISMN 979-0-706350-08-0)
CD: Relief CR991091, 2007

TRIO FOR PIANO, VIOLIN AND CELLO, h-moll. In three movements. (1953)

1.
Toccata. Presto. 2. Aria. Adagio Andante. 3. Variations. Moderato non troppo.
Duration 26 min.
First performance: 23 October 1956. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall. Performers: V.Pikaizen (violin),
E.Altman (cello) and B.Tchaikovsky (piano).
Full Score and
Parts: Introduction by G.Shantyr. Moscow, "Muzgiz", 1962 (published together in Russian and English).
CD: CDBMR 907084 Boheme Music, 2000 (Boris Tchaikovsky, Victor Pikaizen, Evgeny Altman)
CD: TROY 731 Albany Records (USA), 2005 (Igor Zhukov, Grigory Feigin, Valentin Feigin)

TRIO FOR VIOLIN, VIOLA AND CELLO. In three movements. (1955)

1. Allegro marcato.
2. Andante.
3. Allegretto.
Duration 14 min.
First performance: 1975. Moscow, Gnessins Musical Institute Concert Hall.
Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1982.
CD:
TOCC 0046, Toccata Classics  (c), 2009

SONATA FOR CELLO AND PIANO, e-moll. In three movements. (1957)
Dedication: "To Miechislaw Weinberg".

1. Allegro non troppo.
2. Largo.
3. Andante.

Duration 24 min.

First performance: 2 March 1958. Moscow, Moscow Conservatory Small Hall. M.Rostropovich (cello) and B.Tchaikovsky (piano).
Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1972.
CD: RDCD 11026 (P) 1994 Russian Disk (Alla Vassilieva, Boris Tchaikovsky)
CD: CDBMR 308272 Boheme Music, 2003 (Alexander Rudin, Marina Butir)
CD: MEL CD 10 00944, Melodiya, 2005 (Mstislav Rostropovich, Boris Tchaikovsky)
CD: Hanssler 93176, Hanssler Classic, 2006 (Jonannes Moser, Paul Rivinius)
CD:  MC 148, MUSICAL CONCEPTS, 2013 (Marina Tarasova, Boris Tchaikovsky)
CD:  CDX210016 Divox, 2014 (Emil Rovner, Alla Ivanzhina)


SONATA FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO, A-Dur. In two movements. (1959)

1. Andante. 2. Allegro.
Duration 17 min.
First performance: 26 December 1960. Moscow, Gnessins Musical Institute Concert Hall. Performers V.Pikaizen (violin) and B.Tchaikovsky (piano).
Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1963. Moscow, "Muzyka", 1980.
CD: PH11047, Profil Medien, 2012

ANYUTA,  film music (after Anton Chekhov's story) for two Flutes, Clarinet, Bass clarinet, Cello and Piano (1960)
Edited by Petr Klimov (2005)
1. Moderato  (two flutes, clarinet, Bass clarinet).
2. Adagio (cello)
.
3.  Con moto (piano).

4.  Moderato (two flutes, clarinet, Bass clarinet, cello, piano).
5.  Andantino (two flutes, clarinet, Bass clarinet).
Duration 5 min.
Score: Publisher - The Boris Tchaikovsky Society, 2007 (ISMN M-706350-02-8)
CD: Relief CR991091, 2007

QUINTET FOR PIANO, TWO VIOLINS, VIOLA AND CELLO, a-moll. In four movements. (1962)

1. Moderate.
2. Allegro. Largo.
3. Allegro.
4. Adagio.
Duration 36 min.
First performance: Leningrad Philharmony /Small Glinka Hall/ 28 December 1962 ; in Moscow, at Moscow Conservatory Small Hall
6 January 1963. Performers: The Borodin Quartet and Boris Tchaikovsky.
Full Score and
Parts. Introduction by G.Shantyr. Moscow, "Muzyka", 1965 (published in Russian and English).
CD: Regis Records (c), FRC9111, 2008 (Boris Tchaikovsky / Prokofiev Quartet)
CD: Naxos (c), 8.573207, 2014 (Olga Solovieva / The Vanbrugh Quartet)

THE WAR SUITE FOR TWO VIOLINS, VIOLA, CELLO and CLARINET. In 11 movements. (1964/2011)

Duration 30 min.
First performance: Moscow,
12 October 2012, The Vanbrugh Quartet and Maxim Anisimov
Full Score: The Boris Tchaikovsky Society
(ed. by Elena Astafieva and Stanislav Prokudin)
CD: Naxos (c), 8.573207, 2014

"BALZAMINOV's MARRIAGE". Suite based on the music to the film (1965)

1.
Introduction
2.
Street-organ.
3.
First Dream - "General"
4. Second Dream - "Tsar"
5. Small Horns
6
. The Matchmaker's Dance
7. Song "Green Meadow"
8. Conclusion

Ensemble: 3 flauti (III - piccolo), 3 oboi, 2 clarinetti, clarinetto basso, tromba, percussioni (legno, tamburino, tamburo, piatti, cassa, tam-tam, campanelli, silofono), balalaika prima, celesta, arpa, piano a 4 mani; mezzo-soprano.
Full Score: Moscow, "Russkoje Muzikalnoje Tovarischestvo" ("Russian Musical Association"), 1995.
CD: (Introduction only) PolyGram 456268-2, 1997 (Alexander Vedernikov)
CD: CDBMR 908085 Boheme Music, 1999 (Amin Khachaturian)

PARTITA FOR CELLO AND CHAMBER ENSEMBLE. In six movements. (1966)

1.
Twelve Keys
2.
Toccata No.1
3.
Canon
4.
Toccata No.2
5.
Toccata No.3
6.
Conclusion.
Ensemble: Percussion - two performers (campanelli, silofono, vibrafono, timpani, piatti), Electric Guitar, cembalo, piano.
Duration 25 min.
First performance: 10 January 1967. Moscow, Moscow Conservatory Small Hall.
Full Score: Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1973 (published together in Russian and English).
CD: INCD 7521 (P) 1993 (Mstislav Rostropovich, rec. in Carnegie Hall 1967) - recording reissued on Doremi Records in 2009
CD: EMI CZS 572016 2 (M.ROSTROPOVICH "The Russian Years", disk 5) (Mstislav Rostropovich, rec. in USSR)
CD: MEL CD 10 00944, Melodiya, 2005 (Mstislav Rostropovich, the same recording as on CD )

SONATA FOR TWO PIANOS. In three movements. (1973)

1. Sounds. Allegro non troppo.
2. Voice of
the fields. Allegro moderate.
3.
Etude. Allegro.
Duration 19 min.
First performance: 10 December 1973. Moscow, USSR Composers-House. Performers
I.Anastasieva and V.Samoletov.
Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1976. (
Pianist's Concert repertoire) .

SEXTET FOR WINDS AND HARP. F-Dur. In four movements. (1990)

1. Allegro
2. Andante sostenuto
3. Allegro
4. Largo
Percussioni: flauto, oboe, clarinet, fagotto, corno, arpa.
First performance:
Krasnoyarsk, 19 May 1991. In Moscow 17 November 1992. Performers: L.Lebedev, O.Tomilova, V.Permyakov, V.Podkopaev, V.Galkin and E.Moskvitina (harp).
Full Score: Moscow, "Russkoje Muzikalnoje Tovarischestvo" ("Russian Musical Association"), 1996.
CD: CDBMR 907084 Boheme Music, 2000 (Leonid Lebedev, Olga Tomilova, Vladimir Permyakov, Vyacheslav Podkopaev, Viktor Galkin, Emilia Moskvitina)
CD: Relief CR991091, 2007 (Maxim Rubtsov, Andrey Rubtsov, Andrey Shuty, Andrey Snegirev, Fyodor Yarovoi, Ksenia Erdeli Jr.)

TWO PIECES FOR BALALAIKA AND PIANO (1991)
1.
Joke
2.
Landscape

These pieces were comissioned by Viktor Ivanovich Melnikov (balalaika-player).
First performance: 25 November 1998, Moscow, Musical Hall of Shouvalov's House. Performers - Olga Solovieva
(piano) and Kyrill Ershov (balalaika).
Published in 2004 by "Classica-XXI", Moscow

CD:
TOCC 0046, Toccata Classics  (c), 2009

 

2.2. QUARTETS FOR TWO VIOLINS, VIOLA AND CELLO

QUARTET No.1, C-Dur. In three movements. (1954)

1. Allegro.
2. Largo.
3. Allegretto.
Duration 25 min.
First performance: 9 February 1958. Moscow, Moscow Conservatory Small Hall.
The Comitas Quartet.
Full Score: Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1990 (published together in Russian and English).

CD: NF/PMA 9964/65, (c) Northern Flowers, 2008

QUARTET No.2, f-moll. In four movements. (1961)

1. Moderate.
2. Allegro.
3. Largo.
4. Allegro non troppo. Piu moderate.
Duration 26 min.
First performance: 3 February 1962. Moscow, Gnessins Musical Institute Concert Hall.
The Borodin Quartet.
Full Score: Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1968 (published together in Russian and English). 

CD:
NF/PMA 9964/65, (c) Northern Flowers, 2008

QUARTET No.3. In six movements. (1967)
1. Moderate.
2. Andante marcato.
3. Andante.
4. Allegro moderate.
5. Allegretto.
6. Andante.
Duration 23 min.
First performance: 21 October 1968. Moscow, USSR Composers-House.
The Prokofiev Quartet.
Full Score: Moscow, "Muzyka", 1971 (published together in Russian and English).

CD:
NF/PMA 9964/65, (c) Northern Flowers, 2008

QUARTET No.4 (1972)
1. Moderate.
2. Andante. Allegro.
3. Andante.
Duration 17 min.
First performance: 14 February 1973. Moscow, Moscow Conservatory Small Hall.
The Prokofiev Quartet.
Full Score: Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1975 (published together in Russian and English).

CD:
NF/PMA 9964/65, (c) Northern Flowers, 2008

QUARTET No.5 (1974)
Duration 14 min.
First performance: 28 November 1975. Moscow, USSR Composers-House. The Prokofiev Quartet.
Full Score: Moscow, "Muzyka", 1976 (published together in Russian and English).

CD:
NF/PMA 9964/65, (c) Northern Flowers, 2008

QUARTET No.6 (1976)
Duration 15 min.
First performance: 18 October 1976. Moscow, USSR Composers-House.
The Prokofiev Quartet.
Full Score and
Parts: Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1979 (published together in Russian and English).
CD: CDBMR 907084 Boheme Music, 2000
CD:
NF/PMA 9964/65, (c) Northern Flowers, 2008

 

3. WORKS FOR SOLO INSTRUMENTS

3.1. FOR CELLO

SUITE FOR CELLO SOLO, d-moll. In five movements. (1960)

1.
Prelude. Moderate.
2.
March. Allegretto.
3.
Aria. Adagio.
4.
Capriccio. Allegro.
5.
Intermezzo and coda. Largo. Moderate.
Duration 15 min.
First performance: 2 February 1961. Moscow, Moscow Conservatory Small Hall. Mstislav Rostropovich.
Score: Moscow, "Muzyka", 1975.
Score: Moscow, The Boris Tchaikovsky Society, 2007 (ISMN M-706350-04-2)

CD: EMI CZS 572016 2 (M.ROSTROPOVICH "The Russian Years", disk 5) (Mstislav Rostropovich)
CD: TROY 731 Albany Records (USA), 2005 (Valentin Feigin)

 

3.2. FOR PIANO

FIVE PIECES for piano (1935)
1.
Melody. Moderate tranquillo.
2.
March. Allegro moderate.
3.
Pastoral. Andantino con moto.
4.
Walz. Tempo di Valse.
5. Mazurka. Allegro Moderato.
Duration
4 min.
Published in: B.Tchaikovsky. Children Music for piano. Moscow, "
Classica-XXI", 2003.
Nr.1-4. Published in: B.Tchaikovsky. Children Music for piano. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1979. ("Young pianist's library").
Nr.1, 2. Published in: For small musicians. New pino pieces of Sovitet composers. 5th Issue. Editor Yu.Chelkauskas. Moscow, "Muzyka", 1978.
Nr. 3, 4. Published in: Pieces for piano. 8th Issue. Compilation and pedagogic editing by T.Manuilskaya. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1978. (Sovitet composers - for children. Milddle Forms of children musical schools).

ETUDE  for piano (fis-moll. Con moto). (1935)

Published in: B.Tchaikovsky. Children Music for piano. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1979. ("Young pianist's library").
CD: PH10038 Profil Medien, 2010

FIVE PRELUDES for piano (1936)
1. Moderate (
gis-moll).
2. Allegro (b
-moll).
3. Moderate (As-Dur).
4.
Con moto
5.
Tranquillo, cantabile (A-Dur).
Duration 4 min.
First performance: 24 April 1937. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall. Performer - author.
Published in: B.Tchaikovsky. Children Music for piano. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1979. ("Young pianist's library").
Nr.
5. Published in: Pieces for piano. 8th Issue. Compilation and pedagogic editing by T.Manuilskaya. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1980. (Piano music for children musical schools. Senior Forms).
CD: PH10038 Profil Medien, 2010 (Nos. 1-3, 5)

FIVE PIECES for piano (1938)

1. Prelude . Allegro.
2. Fairy tale. Largo. Presto. Andante.
3. Rememberence. Rubato.
4. Mazurka. Con moto.
5. Story (
Final). Allegro moderate.
Duration 11 min.
First performance: Nr. 1 30 November 1938. Moscow,
USSR Bolshoi Theatre. Performer - author.
First performance:
Nrr. 2 - 5 - 1938. Moscow, Concert Hall of Gnessins Musical Secondary School. Performer - author.
Nrr. 1, 3, 4 (Three pieces). Published in: "Music by young composers". Works of soviet children. Editors A.Goldenweiser and E.Golubev. Moscow, "Isskustvo" ("Art"), 1938.
Nr. 2. Published in: Pieces for piano. 8th Issue. Compilation and pedagogic editing by T.Manuilskaya. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1980. (Piano music for children musical schools. Senior Forms).
Nr. 5. Manuscript (autograph). Author's archive.
Nr.3, 4 - Published in: B.Tchaikovsky. Children Music for piano. Moscow, "Classica-XXI", 2003.
CD: PH10038 Profil Medien, 2010

SONATA No.1 for piano, c-moll. In three movements. (1944)
1. Allegro.
2. Moderat
o.
3. Allegro molto.
Duration 15 min.
First performance: 1944. Moscow, Moscow Conservatory Small Hall. Performer - author.
Manuscript (autograph). Author's archive.
CD: TROY 749 Albany Records (USA), 2005

PRELUDE for piano. Moderato (G-Dur) (1945)
Duration 2 min.
First performance: 1945. Moscow, Moscow Conservatory Small Hall. Performer - author.
Published in: Pieces for piano.
5th Issue. Compilation and pedagogic editing by T.Manuilskaya. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1976. (Piano music for children musical schools. Senior Forms); B.Tchaikovsky. Children Music for piano. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1979. ("Young pianist's library").
CD: PH10038 Profil Medien, 2010

MARCH for piano (1945)
Duration 2 min.
First performance:
1945. Moscow, Moscow Conservatory Small Hall. Performer - author. Manuscript. Author's archive.

SONATINA for piano, e-moll. (1946)
Duration 4 min.
First performance: 1946. Moscow, Moscow Conservatory Small Hall. Performer - author.
Published in: Pieces for piano.
3rd Issue. Compilation and pedagogic editing by A.Bakulov. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1973. (Soviet composers - for children. Children musical schools. Senior Forms).
CD: TROY 749 Albany Records (USA), 2005

SONATA No.2 for piano, d-moll. In three movements. (1952)
1. Allegro.
2. Largo.
3. Vivace.
Duration 19 min.
First performance:
March 1997, Moscow. G.Shirinskaya (piano),
Manuscript (autograph). Author's archive.
Published - "Russkoje Muzikalnoje Tovarischestvo" ("Russian Musical Association"), Moscow, 2001
CD: TROY 749 Albany Records (USA), 2005

EIGHT CHILDREN PIECES for piano (1952)
1. Cheerful walk. Allegretto.
2. Autumn day. Andante.
3. March. Marciale.
4. Waltz. Tempo di Valse.
5. First rain. Allegro.
6. Fugetta. Allegro non troppo.
7. Romance. Andantino semplice.
8. Small Sonata . Allegro.Duration 11 min.
Pedagogic edition by K.Sorokin: Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1974. ("Young pianist's library").
Published in: B.Tchaikovsky. Children Music for piano. Moscow, "
Classica-XXI", 2003.
Published in: B.Tchaikovsky. Children music for piano. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1979. ("Young pianist's library". 2-7 forms of children musical school).
Nrr. 1-4 (Four children pieces). Edition by K.Sorokin. Published in: Children piano pieces by Soviet composers. 11th Issue. Moscow, "Muzyka", 1977.
Nrr. 1, 2. Published in: World's Sounds. Compilation and pedagogic edition by A.Bakulov. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1979. (Pedagogical repertoire of children musical schools. Issue Nr.6. First Forms).
Nr. 2. Transcription for accordion by S.Pavin. Published in: Album of newcomers accordion player. 9th Issue. Compiled by S.Pavin. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1977.
Transcription for
accordion by A.Filippov - Published in: Pedagogical repertoire of accordion player. 3-5 forms of children musical schools. 9th Issue. Compilation and performers edition by Yu.Akimov and A.Talakin. Moscow, "Muzyka", 1980.
Nr. 3, 7 (
Two Pieces). Published in: "Pices for piano". 5th Issue. Compilation and pedagogic editing by T.Manuilskaya. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1976. (Piano music for children musical schools. Middle Forms).
Nr. 5. Published in: Children piano pieces by Soviet composers.
10th Issue. Editor A.Rubbach. Moscow, "Muzyka", 1976.
Nr. 6,7. Published in:
"Album of Soviet Children Music for piano". Compilation and pedagogic editing by A.Bakulov and K.Sorokin. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1979. (Pedagogical repertoire of children musical schools. . 6).
Nr. 8. Published in:
Sonatinas and variations for piano. 2nd Issue. Compilation and pedagogic editing by T.Manuilskaya. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1977. (Piano music for children musical schools. Middle Forms).
Transcription for
Russian accordion. Published in: Russian accordion in musical school. 27th Issue. Pieces for 4-5 Forms. Compilation by S.Pavin. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1977.
CD: TROY 749 Albany Records (USA), 2005

ETUDE for piano (B-Dur) (1972)
Nr.1-2: Published in: B.Tchaikovsky. Children music for piano. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor"; 1979. ("Young pianist's library". 27 forms of children musical school).
CD: PH10038 Profil Medien, 2010

ETUDE  for piano (E-Dur) (1980)

 

PENTATONIC. Six light pieces for piano (1993)
1. March
. Allegretto
2. Rain
. Allegro
3. Two birds
. Tranquillo
4. Mum
. Moderato
5. Far
Mountains. Andante.
6. The river flows
. Lento.

Published in: B.Tchaikovsky. Children Music for piano. Moscow, "Classica-XXI", 2003.
CD: TROY 749 Albany Records (USA), 2005

 

"NATURAL KEYS". Seven miniatures for piano (1993)
1. Morning. Semplice. (Lydian Mode)
2.
Tune. Andante. (Dorian Mode)
3.
Toccatina. Allegretto. (Aeolian Mode)
4.
Bad weather. Con moto. (Phrygian Mode)
5.
Evening. Rubato poco. (Ionian Mode)
6.
Small Fairy tale. Moderato. (Locrian Mode)
7. Affable day. Andantino. (Mixolydian Mode)

Published in: B.Tchaikovsky. Children Music for piano. Moscow, "Classica-XXI", 2003.
CD: TROY 749 Albany Records (USA), 2005

 

 

4. WORKS FOR VOICE

TWO POEMS BY Mikhail LERMONTOV. For soprano and piano. (1940)
1. Autumn.
2. Pine .
Duration 5 min.
First performance: 1940. Moscow, Concert Hall of Gnessins Musical Secondary School. Performers
T.Popova and B.Tchaikovsky (piano).
Published in: B.Tchaikovsky, "Works for Voice", Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1989.
CD:
TOCC 0046, Toccata Classics  (c), 2009

FOUR POEMS BY JOSEF BRODSKY. For soprano and piano (1965).
1. Dialogue
2. Lyrics
3. "Forgive, forge
t..."
4. Stanzas.
Published in: B.Tchaikovsky, "Works for Voice", Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1989.
CD: TOCC 0046, Toccata Classics  (c), 2009

LYRICS OF PUSHKIN. Vocal cycle for soprano and piano (1972).
1. Echo
2. Gift of vain
3. Talisman.
4. To a Poet.
5. Your image.
6. If the life will deceive you..
7. Work

8. Not dearly I appreciate... (From Pindemonti
)
Duration 29 min.
First performance: 22 November 1972. Moscow, Conservatory Great Hall.
G.Vishnevskaya (soprano) and B.Tchaikovsky (piano).
Published - Moscow, "Muzyka", 1973.
Published in: B.Tchaikovsky, "Works for Voice", Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1989.
Nr.3. Published in: Romances of Soviet composers on A.Pushkin's poems.
2nd Issue. Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1981.
Nr. 3, 6. Published in: Romances of Soviet composers on A.Pushkin's poems
for voice and piano. Compilation by V.Veselov. Leningrad, "Muzyka" 1976.
CD: MEL CD 10 00944, Melodiya, 2005
CD:
TOCC 0046, Toccata Classics  (c), 2009

SIGNS OF THE ZODIAK. Cantata for soprano, harpsichord and string orchestra. In five movements.(1974)

1. Prelude. Andante. Moderate.
2. Silence (F. Tyutchev)
3. There far (A. Blok)
4. At four roads (M. Tsvetaeva)
5. Signs of the Zodiac (N. Zabolotsky)
Orchestra: violini I
- 8, violini II - 6, viole - 6, violoncelli - 4, contrabassi - 2.
Duration 23 min.
First performance: Leningrad Philharmon
y /Small Glinka Hall/ 29 January 1976; in Moscow, at Moscow Conservatory Small Hall, February 1 1977. Leningrad Chamber Orchestra of Early and Modern Music and M.Miroshnikova (soprano). Conductor E.Serov.
Full Score: Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1979.
Transcription for voice and piano by A.Spivak and E.Sokolova. Published in: B.Tchaikovsky, "Works for Voice", Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1989.
CD: NF/PMA 9918, (c) Northern Flowers, 2003
CD: 8.557727, Naxos, 2006

THE LAST SPRING. For mezzo-soprano, flute, clarinet and piano. In seven movements. On Nikolai Zabolotsky's Verses. (1980)

1. Joyful Mood
2. Movement of Spring
3. The Sun Has Raiced
4. Green Ray
5. September
6. Autumn.
7. Who has answered to me...
Duration 30 min.
First performance: November 1983; Natalia Burnasheva (mezzo), Sergey Bubnov (flute), Alexander Ivanov (clarinet), Boris Tchaikovsky (piano).
Published in: B.Tchaikovsky, "Works for Voice", Moscow, "Sovetskij Kompozitor", 1989.
CD: NF/PMA 9928, (c) Northern Flowers, 2005 (Ludmila Shkirtil, Natalia Sechkariova, Adil Fyodorov, Yuri Serov)
CD: Regis Records (c), FRC9111, 2008 (Natalia Burnasheva, Sergey Bubnov, Alexander Ivanov, Boris Tchaikovsky).

FROM KIPLING. For mezzo-soprano and viola (1994)
1.
On far Amazon
2.
Homer
Score: Publisher - The Boris Tchaikovsky Society, 2007 (ISMN M-706350-03-5) - published alongside with the piano reduction;
CD:
TOCC 0046, Toccata Classics  (c), 2009

 

5. WORKS FOR MUSICAL THEATRE

THE STAR. Opera in three pictures. (1949)
On the novel of E. Kazakevich; libretto of D. Samoilov
Unfinished work.
This work was Diploma-work, when he finished the Moscow Conservatory.
Manuscript (autograph). Full Score: Author's archive.