Internet Edition compiled by Onno van Rijen
Updated 4 January 2004
30 July/12 August 1908 in Jurino (near Nishni Novgorod). Died: 15 Januar 1976 in Moscow.
Studied under Nikolai Miaskovsky. Married to Aram Khachaturian in 1933. His nickname for her was "Gayaneh."
Two Melodies for oboe and piano
Piano Sonatina (1933)
Violin Sonata (1934)
Two Melodies for violin and piano
Symphony in D minor (1938)
Six Etudes for piano (1938)
"Cantata for Molotov" for soloists, chorus and orchestra (1940)
Song Cycle after Pushkin
Song Cycle after Rustaveli
Children Song dedicated to Stalin
Music to the Play "A Tale of Truth" after M. Aliger
- Revised in 1962.
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11382: USSR SO, O. Koch (cond)
Music to the Film " The Change of Luck"
Music to the Film "In the Country of the Dolls"
Song cycle "In the Days of War"
- Composed jointly with Aram Khachaturian. First Performance: 1947, Moscow, Central Theater of the Red Army.
Producer: A. Okunchikov. Designer: N. Shifrin.
"Courage", opera in one act (1948)
Music to the Play "Spring Stream" after Iu. Chepurin
"Zoja", opera (1963)
- Composed jointly with Aram Khachaturian. First Performance: 18 November 1953, Moscow, Central Theater of the
Soviet Army. Directors: A. Popov and A. Okunchikov. Designer: Iu. Pimenov.
Fresco "Nefertiti's Procession" for harp
Waltz for harp
- Dedicated to Vera Dulova.
- Written for Vera Dulova.
Thanks to David King and Bob Litterell for picture (David) and additional information.
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