Boris Liatoshinsky

Internet Edition compiled by Onno van Rijen

Updated 4 March 2006


Born

Born: 22 December 1894 / 3 January 1895 in Shitomir. Died: 15 April 1968 in Kiev.

Works

String Quartet No. 1 D minor opus 1 (1915)

Symphony No. 1 A major opus 2 (1918-1919)

LP Melodiya C10 05197-8: Ukrainian Radio Orchestra, V. Gnedash (cond)
CD Marco Polo 8.223542: Ukrainian State Symphony Orchestra, T. Kuchar (cond)
Fantastic March for orchestra opus 3 (1920)
CD Le Chant du Monde Russian Season CDM RUS 288 085: Young Russia State Symphony Orchestra of Moscow, V. Baley (cond)
Elegy-Prelude for piano (1920)
CD Taras Bulba Entertainment TBE-025-02: Boris Demenko (piano)
String Quartet No. 2 A major opus 4 (1922)
CD Le Chant du Monde Russian Season CDM RUS 288 085: (Intermezzo) Young Russia State Symphony Orchestra of Moscow, V. Baley (cond)
Piano Trio No. 1 opus 7 (1922) (revised in 1925)
CD Troppe Note/Cambria Recordings (TN) CD-1413: Winnipesaukee Chamber Players: Oleh Krysa (violin), Natalia Khoma (cello), Tatiana Tchekina (piano)
"Moonshadow", song after Verlaine, I.Severyanin, Balmont and Wilde opus 9 (1923)

Two Poems after Shelley opus 10 (1923)

Two Songs after Maeterlinck and Balmont opus 12 (1923)

Piano Sonata No. 1 opus 13 (1924)

CD Taras Bulba Entertainment TBE-025-02: Boris Demenko (piano)
Four Poems after Shelley opus 14 (1924)
CD Hyperion CDA 67274: (No. 4): Vassily Savenko (baritone), Alexander Blok (piano)
Poems for baritone and piano opus 15 (1924)
CD Hyperion CDA 67274: (No. 4): Vassily Savenko (baritone), Alexander Blok (piano)
Seven Pieces for piano "Reflections" opus 16 (1925)
CD Taras Bulba Entertainment TBE-025-02: Boris Demenko (piano)
Piano Sonata No. 2 "Sonata Ballada" opus 18 (1925)
CD Taras Bulba Entertainment TBE-025-02: Boris Demenko (piano)
Sonata for violin and piano opus 19 (1926)
CD Troppe Note/Cambria Recordings (TN) CD-1413: Oleh Krysa (violin), Tatiana Tchekina (piano)
Overture on four Ukrainian Folkthemes opus 20 (1927)
LP Melodiya D 25875-6: Ukrinian Radio Orchestra, Balabaichenko (cond)
CD Le Chant du Monde Russian Season CDM RUS 288 085: Young Russia State Symphony Orchestra of Moscow, V. Baley (cond)
String Quartet No. 3 opus 21 (1928)

Ballad for piano opus 22 (1928-1929)

CD Taras Bulba Entertainment TBE-025-02: Boris Demenko (piano)
Suite from the Opera "The Golden Tire" opus 23 (1928)

The Golden Tire, opera in 4 acts opus 23 (1929) (revised in 1970)

Ballad for piano opus 24 (1929)

March No. 1 for windorchestra (1931)

March No .2 for windorchestra (1932)

Music to the Play "Optimistic Tragedy" (1932)

Three Pieces after Folksong-Themes for violin and piano opus 25 (1932)

Symphony No. 2 B minor opus 26 (1935-1936)

Revised in 1940.
CD Russian Disc RD CD 11 059: Ukrainian State Symphony Orchestra, F. Glushchenko (cond)
March No. 3 for windorchestra (1936)

"Shtshors", opera in 5 acts after I.Kochergi and M.Rilsky opus 29 (1937)

LP Melodiya D 019085-6: (Fragments) Ukrainian Radio Chorus & Orchestra, Simeonov (cond), T. Vinnichenko (soprano), V. Borishchenko (tenor), P. Karmalyuk (bass)
Festive Cantata "To the 60th Anniversary of Stalin" after Rilskov for mixed chorus and orchestra (1938)

"Inheritance", cantata after Shevtshenko (1939)

Suite for piano (1941)

Three Preludes for piano opus 38 (1942)

CD Taras Bulba Entertainment TBE-025-02: Boris Demenko (piano)
Two Preludes for piano opus 38b (1942)

Shevtshenko-Suite for piano (1942)

Not finished.
Piano Trio No. 2 opus 41 (1942)
LP Melodiya D 6341-2: N. Budovsky (violin), M. Kravtsov (cello), D. Yudilevich (piano)
CD Troppe Note/Cambria Recordings (TN) CD-1413: Winnipesaukee Chamber Players: Oleh Krysa (violin), Natalia Khoma (cello), Tatiana Tchekina (piano)
Piano Quintet "Ukrainian Quintet" opus 42 (1942)

Revised in 1945. LP Melodiya D 029807-8: Lysenko Quartet, E. Rzhanov (piano)
String Quartet No. 4 opus 43 (1943)

Five Preludes for piano opus 44 (1943)

CD Taras Bulba Entertainment TBE-025-02: Boris Demenko (piano)
Suite on Ukrainian Folksong-Themes for string quartet opus 45 (1944)

Suite for windquartet opus 46 (1944)

Lyric Poem for orchestra (1947)

Song of the reunification of Russia for orchestra opus 49 (1949-1950)

Music to the Film "Taras Shevtshenko" (1950)

LP Melodiya D 13189-90: Ukrainian Radio Orchestra, V. Gnedash (cond)
String Quartet No. 5 (1944-1951)

Symphony No. 3 B minor opus 50 "To the 25th Anniversary of the Octoberrevolution" (1951)

LP Melodiya D 06079-80: Ukrainian SO, B. Liatoshinsky (cond)
CD Russian Disc RD CD 11060: Ukrainian SO, B. Liatoshinsky (cond)
Valse for orchestra (1951)

Suite from the Filmmusic "Taras Shevtshenko" opus 51 (1952)

Slavonic Concerto for piano and orchestra opus 54 (1953)

LP Melodiya D 3634-5: Ukrainian SO, B. Liatoshinsky (cond), T. Nikolayeva (piano)
CD Russian Disc RD CD 11 059: Ukrainian Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra, V. Gnedash (cond), E. Rzhanov (piano)
Two Mazurkas on Polonian Themes for cello and piano (1953)

Music to the Play "Romeo and Julia" (1954)

Suite from the Play "Romeo und Julia" opus 56 (1955)

LP Melodiya D 028157-8: Ukrainian SO, V. Kozukhar (cond)
CD Russian Disc RD CD 11060: Ukrainian SO, V. Kozukhar (cond)
"Grazyna", ballade after nach A.Mickiewicz for orchestra opus 58 (1955)
LP Melodiya D 6457-8: Ukrainian SO, B. Liatoshinsky (cond)
CD Marco Polo 8.223542: Ukrainian State Symphony Orchestra, T. Kuchar (cond)
Music to the Film "The Hooked Pig's Snout" (1956)

Music to the Film "Ivan Franko" (1956)

"On the Banks of Vistula", symphonic poem opus 59 (1958)

LP Melodiya D 6457-8: Ukrainian SO, B. Liatoshinsky (cond)
CD Russian Disc RD CD 11 062: Ukrainian Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra, V. Sirenko (cond)
Orchestration of String Quartet No. 2 A major opus 4 (No. 2 Intermezzo) for orchestra (1960)

Polish Suite for orchestra opus 60 (1961)

CD Le Chant du Monde Russian Season CDM RUS 288 085: Young Russia State Symphony Orchestra of Moscow, V. Baley (cond)
Slavonic Overture for orchestra opus 61 (1961)
LP Melodiya C10 05197-8: Ukrainian Radio Orchestra, V. Gnedash (cond)
Symphony No. 4 B minor opus 63 (1963)
LP Melodiya D 021817-8: Radio Orchestra, G. Rozhdestvensky (cond)
CD Russian Disc RD CD 11 062: Ukrainian State Symphony Orchestra, I. Blazhkov (cond)
Nocturne and Scherzo for viola and piano (1963)

Concerto Etude-Rondo for piano (1962-1965)

Lyric Poem for orchestra "To the Memory of Gliere" opus 66 (1964)

CD Russian Disc RD CD 11 062: Ukrainian Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra, F. Glushchenko (cond)
CD Le Chant du Monde Russian Season CDM RUS 288 085: Young Russia State Symphony Orchestra of Moscow, V. Baley (cond)
Symphony No. 5 C major "Slavonic" opus 67 (1965-1966)
LP Melodiya D 25205-6: Radio Orchestra, G. Rozhdestvensky (cond)
Slavonian Suite for orchestra opus 68 (1966)

Concert-Etude for piano (1962-1967)

CD Taras Bulba Entertainment TBE-025-02: Boris Demenko (piano)
Festive Overture for orchestra opus 70 (1967)

The Commander, opera (1970)

Revision of Shtshors opus 29.
Not published.
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