Revol Bunin

Internet Edition compiled by Onno van Rijen

Updated 23 September 2007


Born

6 April 1924 in Moscow. Died in 1976.

Education

Revol Bunin graduated in 1945 from the Moscow Conservatory. His teachers were Shostakovich, Shebalin and Litinsky.

Works

Symphony No. 1 (1943)

String Quartet No. 1 (1943)

Masquerada, opera (1944)

Symphony No. 2 (1945)

Piano Quintet (1946)

Piano Trio (1946)

Partita No. 1 for piano (1947)

Concerto for viola and orchestra in G major opus 22 (1953)

LP Melodiya D 5956-7: Radio Orchestra, Anosov (cond), R. Barshai (viola)
"The Stone Guest", poem for orchestra (1949)

Partita No. 2 for piano (1951)

Poem for viola and orchestra (1952)

Violin Sonata (1955)

Viola Sonata

Suite for viola and piano (1955)

String Quartet No. 2 (1956)

Symphony No. 3 (1957)

Sonata for viola and piano opus 26

LP Melodiya D 03972-3: R. Barshai (viola), T. Nikolayeva (piano)
Symphony No. 4 (1959)

Concerto for organ and chamber orchestra in G minor opus 33

LP Melodiya D 10707-8: Moscow Chamberorchestra, R. Barshai (cond), S. Dizhur (organ)
LP Melodiya C 395-6: Moscow Chamberorchestra, R. Barshai (cond), S. Dizhur (organ)
Concerto for piano and orchestra in G minor opus 34 (1963)
LP Melodiya CM 02393-4: Moscow Chamberorchestra, R. Barshai (cond), V. Devetsky (piano)
"Lead Us On", oratorio after W. Shakespeare opus 35 (1964)
LP Melodiya CM 04277-8: Moscow Chamberorchestra, Moscow Boys' Chorus, R. Barshai (cond), V. Turchanovich (soprano), S. Yakovenko (bass)
Music for strings opus 36

Symphony No. 5 opus 45 (1961)

LP Melodiya D 027253-4: Moscow PO, R. Barshai (cond)
Symphony No. 6 (1966)
Movements:
1. Allegro con Brio
2. Piacevole
3. Allegro Molto
4. Adagio
CD Revelation RV 10105: Ministry of Culture SO, G. Rozhdestvensky (cond)Symphony No. 7 (1969)

Symphony No. 8 (1970)

LP Melodiya C10 12859: USSR Cinematographic Orchestra, A. Lazarev (cond)
Concerto for violin and orchestra "Concertante Symphony" opus 43 (1972)
LP Melodiya C10 10311: USSR State SO, A. Lazarev (cond), Kogan (violin)
Music for strings in D minor
LP Melodiya CM 02393-4: Moscow Chamberorchestra, R. Barshai (cond)
Music to the Film "Ten Days That Shook the World"
LP Melodiya C10 12859: USSR Cinematographic Orchestra, E. Khachaturian (cond)
Symphony No. 9

Symphony No. 10

And furthermore:
Choral Poem on verses by N. Nekrassov
Concerto for chamber orchestra
Overture-Fantasy for orchestra
Vocal Cycles on verses by Pushkin, Blok and Yessenin
Film Music
Incidental Music


Thanks to Terry Hopton from the UK for additional information.


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