Evgeny Golubev

Internet Edition compiled by Onno van Rijen

Updated 1 April 2006


Born

3/16 February 1910 in Moscow. Died 25 December 1988 in Moscow.

Works

Poem for piano opus 1 (1929)

Piano Sonata No. 1 opus 2 (1930)

Poem for violin and piano opus 3 (1930)

Requiem for baritone and piano opus 5 (1931)

String Quartet No. 1 (1931)

Piano Sonata No. 2 (1933)

Piano Sonata No. 3 opus 9 (1933)

Symphony No. 1 opus 11 (1934)

Revised in 1950 as opus 34
"Return of the Sun", oratorio opus 12 (1935)
Revised in 1980.
Ukrainian Rhapsody in G minor for piano opus 14 (1936)
Orchestrated as opus 81
"The Blacksmith" for Chorus opus 16 (1937)

Symphony No. 2 opus 17 (1938)

Revised in 1973
Five Pieces in memoriam M. Lermontov for piano opus 18 (1939)

Piano Quintet opus 20 (1938-1940)

Dedicated to Nikolai Miaskovsky.
Symphony No. 3 opus 21 bis (1942)
Revised in 1974
Piano Sonata No. 4 in F minor opus 22 (1942-1943)
Movements:
1. Allegro concertando - 7 min.
2. Andante doloroso - 8 min.
3. Allegro risoluto - 10 min.
Total duration: 25 minutes.

LP Melodiya C10 07895-6: T. Nikolaeva (piano)
CD Melodiya MEL CD 10 00925: T. Nikolayeva (piano)

Piano Concerto No. 1 in A minor opus 24 (1944)
LP Melodiya C10 27953: USSR TV & Large Radio SO, G. Cherkasov (cond), V. Bunin (piano)
"Heroes can't die", oratorio to the memory of the victims of the great homeland's war opus 25 (1946)

Two Suites of the Stage Music "The Song of the Forest" opus 26bis (1946)

Children's Album, pieces for piano opus 27 (1945-1946)

Symphony No. 4 opus 28 (1947)

Piano Concerto No. 2 In B flat major opus 30 (1948)

LP Melodiya M10 38281-2: Radio & TV Large SO, A. Gauk (cond), E. Golubev (piano)
String Quartet No. 2 opus 31 (1948)

"In old Ruza" for piano opus 32 (1949)

Symphony No. 1 opus 34 (1950)

Revision of Symphony No. 1 opus 11 from 1934
Piano Sonata No. 5 opus 35
To Tatiana Golubeva
Sonata in E flat major for trumpet and piano opus 36 No. 1 (1951)

Ouverture opus 36 No. 2 (1952)

Sonata for violin and piano opus 37 (1952)

String Quartet No. 3 opus 38 (1952)

Quintet in C minor for harp and string quartet opus 39 (1953)

LP Melodiya M10 38281-2: Komitas Quartet, Vera Dulova (harp)
CD Russian Compact Disc RCD 16205: Komitas Quartet, Vera Dulova (harp)
Piano Concerto No. 3 in G minor opus 40 (1954)
Dedicated to Tatiana Nikolayeva.
Movements:
1. Allegro ma non tanto molto appasionato - 16 min.
2. Sognando - 14 min.
3. Allegro vivace - 14 min.
Total duration: 34 minutes.

LP Melodiya D 05672-3: USSR SO, N. Anosov (cond), T. Nikolayeva (piano)
CD Melodiya MEL CD 10 00925: USSR SO, N. Anosov (cond), T. Nikolayeva (piano)

Piano Quintet No. 2 (1954-1955)

Cello Concerto in D minor opus 41 (1956)

"The Heroes of October", symphonic poem opus 42 (1957)

"The Poet's Death", poem for baritone and orchestra opus 43 (1957)

String Quartet No. 4 opus 44

Symphony No. 5 in A minor opus 45 (1960)

LP Melodiya C10 12509-10: Moscow Radio and TV Orchestra, Provatorov (cond)
Two Etudes for cello solo opus 46 (1961)

Viola Concerto opus 47 (1962)

String Quartet No. 5 opus 48 (1963)

Quartet for two flutes and two harps opus 49 (1963)

"Odysseus", ballet with female chorus opus 50 (1965)

"The Return of Odysseus", choreographic symphony opus 50bis (1974)

Symphony No. 6 opus 51 (1966)

String Quartet No. 6 opus 52 (1965)

String Quartet No. 7 opus 53 (1965)

Piano Sonata No. 6 opus 54 (1965)

To the memory of Nikolai Miaskovsky.
Classical Scherzo for bassoon and piano opus 55 No. 1

Violin Concerto opus 56 (1970)

String Quartet No. 8 in A minor opus 57

String Quartet No. 9 in D minor opus 58

String Quartet No. 10 in B minor opus 59

LP Melodiya C 04507-8: A. Shislov & A. Balashov (violins), A. Galkovsky (viola), A. Korchagin (cello)
Cello Sonata in C major opus 60 (1972)
LP Melodiya C10 11877-8: J. Feigelson (cello), Velichko (piano)
String Quartet No. 11 in C minor opus 61
LP Melodiya C 04507-8: A. Shislov & A. Balashov (violins), A. Galkovsky (viola), A. Korchagin (cello)
Three Poems of Gorodevsky opus 62 (1978)
LP Melodiya C10 11877-8: Gluboky (bass), S. Velichko (piano)
String Quartet No. 12 opus 63 (1975)

String Quartet No. 13 opus 64 (1975)

Piano Sonata No. 7 opus 65 (1975)

LP Melodiya C10 07895-6: T. Nikolaeva (piano)
Symphony No. 7 in B flat minor “Heroic” opus 67 (1972-1979)
LP Melodiya C10 07817-18: Bolshoi SO, G. Provatorov (cond)
String Quartet No. 14 opus 68 (1976)

String Quartet No. 15 "In Honour of Homerus" opus 69 (1976)

LP Melodiya C10 11877-8: A. Vinnishky, Y. Bashmet, M. Viaman, J. Feigleson (cello)
String Quartet No. 16 opus 70 (1977)

Piano Sonata No. 8 opus 71

Piano Sonata No. 9 opus 72

String Quartet No. 17 opus 73 (1977)

Piano Sonata No. 10 “Quasi Toccata” opus 74 (1977)

String Quartet No. 18 opus 75

String Quartet No. 19 opus 76

String Quartet No. 20 opus 77

String Quartet No. 21 opus 78

"Replies of Children", five pieces for piano opus 79 (1981)

"Return of the Sun", oratorio opus 80 (1980)

Revision of oratorio, composed in 1935.
LP Melodiya C10 20231-2: Central Radio and TV SO and Chorus, V. Fedoseyev (cond), Nam & Malchenko (soloists)
Ukrainian Rhapsody in G minor opus 81 (1982)
LP Melodiya C10 27953: USSR TV & Large Radio SO, G. Cherkasov (cond), V. Bunin (piano)
Epitaphs on Dostoyevsky for viola solo opus 82

String Quartet No. 22 opus 83

String Quartet No. 23 opus 84

"Triptychon" for organ and piano opus 85 (1985)

Five Poems on texts by Tyutchev for bass or baritone and piano opus 86

String Quartet No. 24 (1986)

Six Choral Works opus 88 (1986)

Eight Metaphors for piano opus 90

"Harp" for tenor and harp opus 91 No. 1 (1988)

Nocturne for harp opus 91 No. 2 (1988)

Two Romances after Lermontov opus 92 for mezzo-soprano and piano (1988)


Thanks to Terry Hopton from England, Henri Lohman from The Netherlands and Holger Sambale from Germany for additional information.
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