COMPOSITIONS by NIKOLAI MIASKOVSKY

Internet Edition compiled by Onno van Rijen

Updated 16 April 2014


Born

20 April 1881 in Warsaw. Died 8 August 1950 in Moscow.

Education

Miaskovsky was 25 years old when he applied for the Moscow Conservatory. His exams were conducted by Rimsky-Korsakov, Lyadov, and Glazunov. He presented to Glazunov his entrance composition the C minor sonata. He was admitted and these same examiners became his professors.

Masterworks

Symphony no. 6 in E flat minor with chorus ad libitum (1921-1923) - CD DG 471 655 2
Violin Concerto (1938) - CD Philips 473 343 2
Sinfonietta in B minor for string orchestra (1929) - CD Chandos CHAN 9891
Cello Concerto (1944) - CD EMI CMS 5 65701 2
String Quartet no. 13 in A minor (1949) - CD Olympia OCD 148
Sonata no. 2 in A minor for cello and piano (1948-1949) - CD Regis RRC 1050
Symphony No. 27 in C minor (1949) - CD Russian Disc: RDCD 00660(1949)

Works

Opus 0A: Ten (or Twelve) Preludes for piano (1896-1898)
Not published.
Opus 0B: Four Preludes for piano (1899)
No. 1 in G major
No. 2 in D major
No. 3 in A flat major
No. 4 in E minor. Not published.
Opus 0C: Two Preludes for piano (1900)
No. 1 in F sharp minor
No. 2 in D major. Not published.
Opus 0D: Prelude in C sharp minor for piano (1901)
Not published.
Opus 0E: Fantasy in F minor for piano (1903)
Not published.
Opus 0F: Two Romances for voice and piano after texts by Pomjalovski and Tolstoi (1903)
Not published.
Opus 0G: Idyll for piano (1904)
Not published.
Opus 0H: Two Fantasies for piano (1904)
Not published.
Opus 0I: "Silence", Romance for voice and piano after a text by Melshin (1904)
Not published.
Opus 0J: Piano Sonata in E minor (1905)
Not published.
Opus 0K: Scherzando for piano (1905)
Not published.
Opus 0L: Two Romances for voice and piano after texts by Maikov and Shakespeare (1905)
Not published.
Opus 0M: "Frolics" (Part I), eight sketches for piano (1906)
Not published, except Nos. 6 and 7; these are incorporated in Opus 11, 28, 31, 58, 69, 73 and 74.
Opus 0N: "Frolics" (Part II), four sketches for piano (1907)
Not published, except No. 3; No. 3 is incorporated in Opus 10 and Opus 68.
Opus 0O: Piano Sonata in C minor in one movement (1907)
Not published.
Opus 0P: Piano Sonata in G major in one movement (1907)
Not published; in 1909 reconstructed into Overture for orchestra.
Opus 0Q: String Quartet in F major (1907)
Not published.
Opus 1: "Meditations", seven poems after Baratynski for voice and piano (1907)
In the second version of 1929 and later versions part four of this cycle was left out.

LP Melodiya D 3832-3: “Muse” N.Rozhdestvenskaya (soprano)

Opus 2: "The Days of Youth", twelve romances for voice and piano after texts by K. Balmont (1903-1906)
Reconstructed in 1945 and linked up to a cycle.
Opus 3: Symphony no. 1 in C minor in three movements (1908)
Revised in 1921.
1. Lento, Ma Non Troppo - Allegro
2. Larghetto - LarghettoQuasi Andante
3. Allegro Assai E Molto Risoluto

Video:
USSR Ministry of Culture SO, G. Rozhdestvensky

CD Olympia OCD 731 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Revelation RV 10069: USSR Ministry of Culture SO, G. Rozhdestvensky
CD Russian Disc RD CD 11 007: USSR Ministry of Culture SO, G. Rozhdestvensky (cond)
CD Russian Disc: RDCD 00652: Russia State Academic Symphony Orchestra, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD YEDANG Classics: Ministry of Culture State SO, G. Rozhdestvensky (cond)

Opus 4: "On the Border", eightteen romances for medium and low voice and piano (1904-1908)
After texts by Sinaida Gippius.

LP EMI 5 65352 2: No. 13, N. Gedda (tenor)

Opus 5: "Unseen", three pieces for voice and piano after texts by Sinaida Gippius (1905-1908)
Dedicated to Modest Lhudvigovich Hofman.
Opus 6: Piano Sonata no. 1 in D minor (1907-1909)
Dedicated to Mrs. N.L. Hofman.
Parts:
1. Moderato assai ed espressivo
2. Allegro affana
3. Largo espressivo
4. Non allegro - allegro

CD Marco Polo 8.223469 & another review: E. Hegedus (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 214 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set) & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)

Opus 6A: "Frolics" (Part III), twelve sketches for piano (1907)

Opus 6B: "Frolics" (Part IV), twelve sketches for piano (1907-1908)

Opus 6C: Twenty-six Fugues for piano (1907-1908)

Opus 6D: Three Pieces for piano (1908)

Incorporated in Opus 43.
Opus 7: "Madrigal", suite of five pieces for voice and piano after poems by Balmont (1908-1909)
Parts:
1. Prelude
2. Romance
3. Interlude
4. Romance
5. Postlude
Revised in 1925.

LP Melodiya C10 46733 003: N. Spiller (soprano), N. Walter(piano)

Opus 8: Three Sketches for voice and piano after texts by Viatchelav Ivanov (1908)
Parts:
1. The Storm
2. Temple-Valley
3. Pan and Psyche
Dedicated to J.V. and V.V. Dershanovsky.
Opus 8A: Two Romances for voice and piano after texts by Ivanov and Fet (1908)
Not published.
Opus 8B: Sonnet by Michelangelo for voice and piano in a Russian translation of Tyutchev (1909)
Revised in 1950.
Opus 8C: "Frolics" (Part V), three sketches for piano (1908)
Parts:
No. 1: Toccatina
No. 2: Reproche
No. 3: Cortege
Opus 8D: "Feather-Grass" for chorus a cappella after texts by Balmont (1909)
Not published.
Opus 9: "Silence", symphonic poem after the poem by Edgar Allan Poe (1909-1910)
Dedicated to K. Saradshev; with voice.
Transcription for two pianos eight hands by the composer (unpublished).

Video:
Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

CD Alto ALC 1042: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Marco Polo 8.223302: Czecho-Slovak Radio SO, R. Stankovsky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 746: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00665: State Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 9A: Overture in G major for symphony orchestra (1909)
Orchestrated version of Piana Sonata opus 0P; revised in 1949.

LP Classic Editions CE 3005: USSR State Radio Orchestra, Stassevich (cond)
CD Audiophile Classics APL 101.534: USSR State SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 9B: "Frolics (Part VI), three sketches for piano (1909-1912)
Parts:
No. 1: Mazurka in E major (1909)
No. 2: Esquisse (1910)
No. 3: Epilogue (1912)
Not published.
Opus 10: Sinfonietta in A major (1910-1911)
Second part is an arrangement of "Plein Air" for piano.
Arrangement for two pianos eight hands by P. Lamm

CD Alto ALC1041: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 745: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00665: State Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 11: Symphony no. 2 in C sharp minor (1910-1911)
Parts:
1. Allegro
2. Molto sostenuto - Adagio serioso, ma espessivo
3. Presto

Tape DKC 48002: USSR Ministry of Culture SO, G. Rozhdestvensky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 732 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Orfeo C 496991A: Vienna Radio SO, Rabl (cond)
CD Revelation RV 10068: Ministry of Culture State SO, G. Rozhdestvensky (cond)
CD Russian Disc: RDCD 00663: State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 12: Sonata no. 1 in D major for cello and piano (1911)
Parts:
1. Adagio
2. Andante
3. Allegro passionato
Second version in 1930.

Video:
Jan-Erik Gustafsson (cello), Graham Jackson (piano)
Irina Kozlova (cello), Leonid Shapovalov (piano)

LP Finnadar SR 9022: Hanani (cello), Spottiswoode (piano)
LP HMV-Melodiya: Y. Turovsky (cello), Sadovskaya (piano)
LP Melodiya D 3350: Knushevitsky (cello), L. Oborin (piano)
LP Melodiya C10 19715: I. Gavrish (cello), T. Spiller (piano)
LP Melodiya C10 20029: A. Rudin (cello), V. Ginzburg (piano)
CD Cello Classics CC1012: A. Rudin (cello), V. Ginzburg (piano)
CD Arte Nova Classics 74321-54464-2: K. Rodin (cello), A. Pisarev (piano)
CD EMI Records 45119: T. Mork (cello), J.-Y. Thibaudet (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 530: M. Tarasova (cello), A. Polezhaev (piano)
CD Praga Digitals 625682 (4 CD-set): M. Kanka (cello), J. Klepac (piano)
CD Regis RRC 1050: M. Tarasova (cello), A. Polezhaev (piano)
CD Virgin Classics VC 5 45119-2: T. Mork (cello), Y. Thibaudet (piano)
CD Virgin Classics 7243 4 82067-2 (2 CD-set): Truls Mork (cello), Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano)

Opus 13: Piano Sonata no. 2 in F sharp minor in one movement (1912)
Parts:
1. Lento ma deciso
2. Allegro con moto e tenebroso
Dedicated to B.S. Sacharov.
Revised in 1948

Video:
Murray McLachlan (piano)

LP Finnadar SR 9029: I. Biret (piano)
LP Melodiya 3832-3: T. Guseva (piano)
LP Melodiya C10 08989-90: E. Skuratovskaya (piano)
CD Aurophon Classics AU 31474 US: B. Lvov (piano) (recording: 1991)
CD Marco Polo 8.223156 & another review: E. Hegedus (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 214 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set) & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)

Opus 13A: Epilogue in F sharp major for piano (1912)
Not published.
Opus 14: "Alastor", symphonic poem in C minor after Shelley (1912-1913)
Dedicated to S. Prokofiev.
Arrangement for piano four hands from 1927 by the composer.
Arrangement for two pianos eight hands by P. Lamm.

CD Russian Disc RDCD 00667: State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 15: Symphony no. 3 in A minor (1914)
Parts:
1. Non troppo vivo, vigoroso (cont.)
2. Deciso e sdegnoso & (cont.)
Dedicated to B.W. Assafiev.

LP Melodiya D 16145: USSR State SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
LP Melodiya C 01015-16: USSR State SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Melodiya (Australia) MA 3007: USSR Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 177: USSR Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 733 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00661: State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46022-2: USSR Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 16: "Premonitions", six sketches for voice and piano after texts by Sinaida Gippius (1913-1914)
Parts:
1. Gift
2. Pain
3. Is it so?
4. Incantation
5. Unawares
6. The Cocks
Opus 16A: "Frolics" (Part VII), nineteen sketches for piano (1917-1919)

Opus 17: Symphony no. 4 in E minor (1917-1918)

Parts:
1. Andante, mesto e con sentimento & (cont.)
2. Largo, Freddo e senza espressione
3. Allegro energico e marcato
Dedicated to V.V. Jakovlev.

CD Olympia OCD 734 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00657: State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 18: Symphony no. 5 in D major (1918-1919)
Parts:
1. Allegro amabile
2. Lento
3. Allegro burlando
4. Allegro risoluto e con brio
Dedicated to V.M. Belyayev.
First performance on 18 August 1920 directed by N. Malko.

LP Melodiya D 01446: USSR Radio SO, K. Ivanov (cond)
LP Melodiya C10 08829: USSR Radio SO, K. Ivanov (cond)
CD Audiophile Classics APL 101 503: USSR TV & Radio SO, K. Kondrashin
CD Balkanton 030078: Plovdiv PO, D. Manolov (cond)
CD Marco Polo 8.223499: BBC PO, E. Downes (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 133: USSR Radio SO, K. Ivanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 735 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00656: State Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Revelation RV 10069: USSR State Academic SO, G. Rozhdestvensky
CD Russian Revelation RV 40004: (Allegro burlando) USSR State Academic SO, G. Rozhdestvensky
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD YEDANG Classics: USSR State Academic SO, G. Rozhdestvensky (cond)
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46021-2: USSR Radio SO, K. Ivanov (cond)

Opus 19: Piano Sonata no. 3 in C minor in one movement (1920)
Parts:
1. Con desiderio, improvisato
2. Molto meno mosso, con languidezzo
Completely reconstruced in 1939.
First performance by S. Feinberg (piano).

Video:
Murray McLachlan (piano)
Sviatoslav Richter (piano)

LP DOREMI DHR-7806: S. Richter (piano) (recording: 1974)
LP Finnadar SR 9029: I. Biret (piano)
CD Arts & Electronics AED 68010: B. Petrushansky (piano)
CD Marco Polo 8.223156 & another review: E. Hegedus (piano)
CD Melodiya 74321 29470 2: S. Richter (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 214 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set) & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Pyramid 13503: S. Richter (piano) (Live Grange de Meslay, 1973)

Opus 20: Six Poems for voice and piano after a text by Alexander Blok (1921)
Dedicated to M.G. Hube.
Opus 21: "At the Close of the Day", three skeches for voice and piano after a text by Tyutchev (1922)
Dedicated to mrs. J.V. Koponossova-Dershanovskaya.
Opus 21A: Transcription of C.Ph.E.Bach's Andante from "Concert for four violins in D" for flute and piano (1922)

Opus 22: "Faded Garland", eight pieces for voice and piano after texts by A. Delwig (1925)

Opus 23: Symphony no. 6 in E flat minor with chorus ad libitum (1921-1923)

Parts:
1. Poco Largamente. Allegro feroce
2. Presto tenebroso
3. Andante appassionato & (cont.)
4. Molto vivace & (cont.)
Revised in 1947.
About this Symphony No. 6.
First performance on 4 May 1924 in the Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow directed by N.S. Golovanov.

Video:
Ural Philharmonic Orchestra, Yekaterinburg City Choir, Dmitri Liss (cond)

LP Melodiya MK D 05472-75: USSR State SO, Yurlov Russian Chorus, K. Kondrashin (cond)
CD DG 471 655 2: Goteborg SO, N. Jarvi (cond)
CD Marco Polo 8.223301: Czecho-Slovak Radio SO and Chorus, R.Stankovsky (cond)
CD Melodiya MEL CD 10 00841: Moscow State Philharmonic Academic Symphony Orchestra, State Academic Russian Choir, Kirill Kondrashin (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 510: Russia SO, Anima Moscow Chamber Chorus, V. Dudarova (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 736 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 15 008: USSR State SO, Yurlov Russian Chorus, K. Kondrashin (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00664: State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Universal 471655: Goteborg SO, N. Järvi (cond)
CD Warner Classics 63431-2: Ural PO, Domestik Choir of Ekaterinburg, Dmitri Liss (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 24: Symphony no. 7 in B minor (1922)
Parts:
1. Andante sostenuto calmo. Allegro minaccioso, poco stravagante
2. Andante. Allegro scherzando e tenebroso
Dedicated to Pavel Alexandrovich Lamm.
First performance on 8 February 1925 in Moscow.

LP Melodiya D 24003-4: USSR Radio SO, L. Ginsburg
LP Melodiya C10 29937: USSR Radio SO, L. Ginsburg
CD Marco Polo 8.223113: Slovak PO, M. Halasz (cond)
CD Melodiya MCD 163: USSR Radio SO, L. Ginsburg
CD Olympia OCD 163: USSR Radio SO, L. Ginsburg
CD Olympia OCD 737 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00655: State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 25: "Eccentricities", six sketches for piano (1917-1922)
Parts:
No. 1 Andante semplice in A minor
No. 2 Allegro tenebroso e fantastico in B minor
No. 3 Largo e pesante in B flat minor
No. 4 Quieto in A minor
No. 5 Allegro vivace in G minor
No. 6 Molto sostenuto ed espressivo in F sharp minor.

LP Melodia M10 39515-18: (Nos. 1 & 6) S. Prokofiev (piano)
Melodiya D 9887-8: (Nos. 1 & 6) S. Prokofiev (piano)
Melodiya D011423-36: (Nos. 1 & 6) S. Prokofiev (piano)
LP Rondo Gold: (Nos. 1 & 6) S. Prokofiev (piano)
CD Delta 14203: (Nos. 1 & 6) S. Prokofiev (piano)

Opus 26: Symphony no. 8 in A major (1924-1925)
Parts:
1. Andante. Allegro
2. Allegro risoluto e con spirito
3. Adagio & (cont.)
4. Allegro deciso & (cont.)
Dedicated to sergei Sergeyevich Popov.
First performance on 23 May 1926 directed by K.S. Saradshev.

CD Marco Polo 8.223297: Czecho-Slovak Radio SO, R. Stankovsky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 738 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00655: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 27: Piano Sonata no. 4 in C minor (1924-1925)
Parts:
1. Allegro moderato, irato
2. Andante non troppo
3. Allegro con brio
Dedicated to S.J. Feinberg.
Revised in 1946.

LP Melodiya D 13775: L. Brumberg (piano)
LP Melodiya C10 14263-4: A. Slobodyanik (piano)
CD Marco Polo 8.223469 & another review: E. Hegedus (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 217 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set) & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Regis RRC 1245: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Vai VAIA 1206: D. Burstein (piano)

Opus 27A: Transcription of D. Melkich's symphonic poem "Aladina and Palomid" for two pianos eight hands (1925)
Not published.
Opus 27B: Transcription of M. Steinberg's symphonic poem "Prinses Marlene" for two pianos eight hands (1926)
Not published.
Opus 28: Symphony no. 9 in E minor (1926-1927)
Parts:
1. Andante sostenuto
2. Presto
3. Lento molto
4. Allegro con grazia
Dedicated to Nikolai Andreyevich Malko.
First performance on 29 April 1928.

CD Marco Polo 8.223499: BBC PO, E. Downes (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 739 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00654: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 29: "Reminiscences", six pieces for piano (1927)
Parts:
No. 1: Air (Andante semplice)
No. 2: Jest (Vivace e fantastico)
No. 3: Despair(Largo con afflitto)
No. 4: Recollection (Allegro malinconico)
No. 5: Sleepless (Lentamente)
No. 6: Snow Wraith (Poco allegro)

Video:
Mikhail Voskresensky (piano)

LP Melodiya D 35279-80: M. Voskresensky (piano)
LP Melodiya C10 08989-90 (Nos. 4, 5 & 6): E. Skuratovskaya (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 252 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set): M. McLachlan (piano)

Opus 30: Symphony no. 10 in F minor in one movement (1926-1927)
Un poco sostenuto. Allegro tumultuoso
Dedicated to K.S. Saradshev.
First performance on 2 April 1928 in Moscow.

Video:
Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)

CD Marco Polo 8.223113: Slovak PO, M. Halasz (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 738 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Orfeo C 496991A: Vienna Radio SO, G. Rabl (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00653: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 63431-2: Ural PO, Dmitri Liss (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 31: "Yellowed Leaves", seven bagatelles for piano (1928)
Parts:
No. 1 Andante in E minor
No. 2 Un poco sostenuto, melancolico e abandonamente in C minor
No. 3 Andante cantabile in E minor
No. 4 Molto vivace e fantastico in C major
No. 5 Molto calmo, ma non troppo lento in A flat major
No. 6 Vivo in D minor
No. 7 Moderato in B flat minor
Dedicated to mrs A.A. Alavdina.

Video:
(Nos. 3, 4, 6 & 7) Oleg Marshev (piano)

CD Danacord DACO CD 429: (Nos. 3, 4, 6 & 7) O. Marshev (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 252 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set): M. McLachlan (piano)

Opus 31A: "Yellowed Leaves, transcription for trumpet and piano (1930)
LP Ariola-Eurodisc K 25819 K: T. Dokshitser (trumpet), A. Zhak (piano)
Opus 31B: "Song at the bench" for voice and piano after texts by Bezymenski (1930)
Not published.
Opus 31C: Two Military Marches for wind orchestra (1930)
"The Solemn" in B flat major and "The Dramatic" in F major.
Opus 31D: Three Marching Songs for chorus and piano after texts by Assejev, Frenkel and Stroganov (1931)
"Wings of the Soviets" by N. Aseyev, "In Valor's Name" by I. Frenkel and "Planes are Flying" by I. Stroganov.
Opus 31E: Song on Lenin for chorus and piano after a text by A. Surkov (1932)

Opus 31F: Song on Karl Marx for chorus and piano after a text by S. Kirsanov (1932)

Opus 31G: Three Soldiers and Komsomol-Songs for chorus and piano after texts by V. Vinnikov, S. Ostrovoy and A. Surkov (1934)

"Song of the Border Guards" by V. Vinnikov, "Partisans" by S. Ostrovoy and "Marching Song" by A. Surkov.
Opus 31G: "Glory to Our Sovjet Pilots" for chorus a cappella arranged for four voices after a text by A. Surkov (1934)

Opus 31H: Preludium and Fuguetta in G minor on the name Saradshev for symphony orchestra (1934)

Not published. The composer made use of a piano piece from 1907.
Opus 31J: Transcription of Prelude and Fuguetta on the name Saradshev for piano four hands (1934)

Opus 32.1: "Serenada" in E flat major for small symphony orchestra (1929)

Parts:
1. Allegro marcato
2. Andante
3. Allegro vivo
Dedicated to Abram Isaakovich Dsimitrovsky.

LP Melodiya C10 15187-8: USSR Academic SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)
CD Alto ALC1041: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Melodiya (Australia) MA 15187: USSR Academic SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 105: USSR SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 528: Moscow New Opera Orchestra, Y. Samoilov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 745: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Regis RRC 1244: Moscow New Opera Orchestra, Y. Samoilov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00665: Russia State Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46024-2: USSR Ministry of Defence Orchestra, N. Mikailov (cond)

Opus 32.2: Sinfonietta in B minor for string orchestra (1929)
Parts:
1. Allegro pesante e serioso
2. Theme avec variations
3. Presto
Dedicated to Alexander Fodorovich Goedicke.

78 Victor 78 set M. 300: NBC SO, Frank Black (cond)
LP Melodiya C10 15187-8: USSR Academic SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)
CD Alto ALC 1042: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD ASV CDDCA 928: St. Petersburg Chamber Ensemble, R. Melia (cond)
CD Chandos CHAN 9891: I Musici de Montreal, Y. Turovsky (cond)
CD Claves CD 50-9415-2: Kremlin Chamber Orchestra, M. Rachlevsky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 105: USSR Academic SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 528: Moscow New Opera Orchestra, Y. Samoilov (cond)
CD Regis RRC 1244: Moscow New Opera Orchestra, Y. Samoilov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 746: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00666: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46020-2: USSR Academic SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)

Opus 32.3: "Lyric Concertino" in G major for flute, clarinet, horn, bassoon, harp and string orchestra (1929)
Parts:
1. Allegretto
2. Andante monotono
3. Allegro giocoso
Dedicated to Boris Vladimirovich Assafiev.

LP Melodiya C10 15191: USSR SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)
LP Urania URLP 7088: Berlin Radio SO, F. Lederer (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 177: USSR SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 528: Moscow New Opera Orchestra, Yevgeny Samoilov (cond), Marina Stepanova (flute), Boris Sokol (clarinet), Kirill Arsenov (horn), Alexander Kozhevnikov (bassoon), Liudmila Yanchishina (harp)
CD Regis RRC 1244: Moscow New Opera Orchestra, Yevgeny Samoilov (cond), Marina Stepanova (flute), Boris Sokol (clarinet), Kirill Arsenov (horn), Alexander Kozhevnikov (bassoon), Liudmila Yanchishina (harp)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00666: State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46022-2: USSR SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)

Opus 32A: Transcription of Prokofiev's Symphony no. 3 for piano four hands (1929)
Not published.
Opus 32B: Transcription of M. Steinberg's Symphony no. 3 for piano four hands (1930)

Opus 32C: Transcription of M. Mussorgski's "Night on the Bare Mountain" for piano four hands (1931)

Not published.
Opus 33.1: String Quartet no. 1 in A minor (1930)
Parts:
1. Poco rubato ed agitato
2. Allegro tenebroso
3. Andante sostenuto
4. Assai allegro

LP Melodiya C10 20615: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9950: Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 013: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 33.2: String Quartet no. 2 in C minor (1930)
Parts:
1. Allegro pesante
2. Andante
3. Vivace
Dedicated to G.S. Gamburg.

LP Melodiya C10 18361-2: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9950: Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 031: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 33.3: String Quartet no. 3 in D minor (1930)
Parts:
1. Lento. Allegro non troppo, malinconico
2. Theme et Variations & (cont.)
Revision of a work from 1910.

LP Melodiya C10 18361-2: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9950: Taneyev Quartet
CD Olympia OCD 148: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 032: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46023-2: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 33.4: String Quartet no. 4 in F minor (1937)
Parts:
1. Andante
2. Allegretto risoluto
3. Andante
4. Allegro molto
Revision of a work from 1909-1910.

LP Melodiya C10 20615: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9951: Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 013: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 34: Symphony no. 11 in B flat minor (1931-1932)
Parts:
1. Lento. Allegro agitato
2. Andante. Adagio, ma non troppo
3. Precipitato. Allegro
Dedicated to Maximilian Osseyevich Steinberg.
First performance on 16 January 1933 in Moscow directed by K.S. Saradshev.

LP Melodiya C10 09483: Moscow SO, V. Dudarova (cond)
LP HMV-Melodiya ASD 3879: Moscow SO, V. Dudarova (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 133: Moscow SO, V. Dudarova (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 734 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00653: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46021-2: Moscow SO, V. Dudarova (cond)

Opus 35: Symphony no. 12 in G minor "October" (1931-1932)
Parts:
1. Andante. Allegro giocoso. Andante
2. Presto agitato
3. Allegro festivo maestoso
Dedicated to 15th anniversary of the October Revolution.

CD Marco Polo 8.223302: Czecho-Slovak Radio SO, R. Stankovsky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 735 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00656: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 36: Symphony no. 13 in B flat minor (1933)
Parts:
1. Andante moderato & (cont.)
2. Agitato molto e tenebroso
3. Andante nostalgico
First performance directed by L. Ginsburg.

Video:
National Symphony Orchestra, N. Rahklin (cond)

CD Olympia OCD 733 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00663: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 37: Symphony no. 14 in C major (1933)
Parts:
1. Allegro giocoso
2. Andantino quasi allegretto
3. Quasi presto
4. Andante sostenuto
5. Allegro con fuoco
Dedicated to W.L. Kubatsky.
First performance on 24 February 1935 in Moscow by the Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra directed by W.L. Kubatsky.

Recordings:
CD Olympia OCD 740: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00654: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 38: Symphony no. 15 in D minor (1933-1934)
Parts:
1. Andante. Allegro appassionato
2. Moderato assai
3. Allegro molto ma con garbo
4. Poco pesante. Allegro ma non troppo
First performance on 28 October 1935 in Moscow directed by L. Ginsburg.

LP Melodiya D 13225-6: Moscow State Philharmonic SO, K. Kondrashin (cond)
LP Melodiya C 0801: Moscow State Philharmonic SO, K. Kondrashin (cond)
CD Alto ALC 1021: Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Audiophile Classics APL 101.502: Moscow State Philharmonic SO, K. Kondrashin (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 741: Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00657: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 39: Symphony no. 16 in F major (1933-1934)
Parts:
1. Allegro vivace
2. Andantino e simplice
3. Sostenuto. Andante marciale, ma sostenuto
4. Tempo precedente. Allegro ma non troppo
Dedicated to the State Conservatory Moscow PO.
First performance on 24 October 1936 in Moscow by the Moscow PO directed by E. Szenkar.

LP Melodiya D 09415-6: USSR State SO, K. Ivanov (cond)
LP Classic Editions CE 3005: USSR State SO, K. Ivanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00662: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 40: Twelve Romances for voice and piano after texts by Lermontov (1935-1936)

Opus 40A: Transcription of Prokofiev's symphonic poem "Autumn" opus 8 for two pianos eight hands (1935)

Opus 40B: Transcription of Prokofiev's symphonic suite "Egyptian Nights" for piano four hands (1935)

Not published.
Opus 40C: "Life Has Become Easier", song for voice and piano after a text by V. Lebedev-Kumatsch (1936)
Not published.
Opus 40D: "To Romain Rolland", song for voice and piano after a text by K. Lakuti (1936)

Opus 41: Symphony no. 17 in G sharp minor (1936-1937)

Parts:
1. Lento. Allegro molto agitato
2. Lento assai. Andantino, ma non 3. Allegro,poco vivace
4. Andante. Allegro molto animato
Dedicated to Alexander Vassilevich Gauk.
First performance in December 1937 directed by A. Gauk.

LP MK 1575: USSR Radio SO, A.Gauk (cond)
LP Melodiya D 07395-6: USSR Radio SO, A.Gauk (cond)
CD Alto ALC 1023: Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Brilliant Classics 8866 (10 CD-set): USSR State Radio and TV Orchestra, Alexander Gauk (cond)
CD Classound: 2003-006: USSR Large Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Gauk (cond)
CD Melodiya SUCD 10-00472: State SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00658: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 42: Symphony no. 18 in C major (1937)
Parts:
1. Allegro risoluto
2. Lento ma non troppo. Andante narrante
3. Allegro giocoso
Dedicated to 20th anniversary of the October Revolution.
First performance on 1 October 1937 in Moscow directed by A. Gauk.

LP Melodiya D 03854: Moscow Radio SO, A. Gauk (cond)
CD Classound: 2003-006: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 732 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00662: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 43.1: Ten Very Easy Pieces for piano (1938)
Including revised works from 1908 and 1917.
Opus 43.2: Four Easy Polyphonic Pieces for piano (1938)
Revision of a work from 1907.
Opus 43.3: "Simple Variations", lyric suite in D major for piano (1937)
Parts:
1. Piu mosso
2. Andante espressivo
3. Largo
4. Allegretto grazioso
5. Moderato maestoso ed energico
6. Lento
Revision of a work from 1908.

LP Melodiya C10 08989-90: E. Skuratovskaya (piano)

Opus 44: Concerto in D minor for violin and orchestra (1938)
Parts:
1. Allegro - 19 min.
2. Adagio - 10 min.
3. Allegro giocoso - 8 min.
Dedicated to David Oistrakh.
First performance on 10 January 1939 in Moscow. Revised in 1939.

Video:
USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Gauk (cond), David Oistrakh (violin)

LP Colosseum CRLP 149: USSR Large Radio SO, A. Gauk (cond), D. Oistrakh (violin)
LP Period SPLP 539: USSR Large Radio SO, A. Gauk (cond), D. Oistrakh (violin)
LP HMV-Melodiya ASD 3237: USSR Radio SO, A. Dmitriev (cond), G. Feigin (violin)
LP Melodiya 05161-2: USSR Radio SO, A. Dmitriev (cond), G. Feigin (violin)
MC Collets CML 2010: USSR Radio SO, A. Dmitriev (cond), G. Feigin (violin)
CD Brilliant Classics 92609 (10-CD set): State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR, Alexander Gauk (cond), D. Oistrakh (violin) (recording: 1939)
CD Classica D'Oro 9006: USSR Symphony Orchestra, A. Gauk (cond), David Oistrakh (violin)
CD Classica D'Oro 2010: USSR Symphony Orchestra, A. Gauk (cond), David Oistrakh (violin)
CD Naxos 8.557194 & another review: Russian Philharmonia Orchestra, D. Yablonsky (cond), I. Grubert (violin)
CD Olympia OCD 134: USSR Radio SO, A. Dmitriev (cond), G. Feigin (violin)
CD Pearl GEMM CD 9295: USSR State SO, A. Gauk (cond) D. Oistrakh (violin)
CD Philips 473 343 2: Kirov Opera Orchestra, V. Gergiev (cond), V. Repin (violin)
CD Universal 473343
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46019-2: USSR Radio SO, A. Dmitriev (cond), G. Feigin (violin)

Opus 45: Three Sketches for voice and piano after texts by S. Shchipashev and L. Kvitko (1939)
Parts:
1. Flowerlet
2. The Birch Tree
3. Conversation
Dedicated to A.I. Okayemov.
Opus 46: Symphony no. 19 in E flat major for wind orchestra (1939)
Movements:
1. Maestoso. Allegro giocoso - 6 min.
2. Moderato - 6 min.
3. Andante serioso - 7 min.
4. Poco Maestoso - Vivo - 5 min.
Dedicated to the 21st anniversary of the foundation of the Red Army.
First performance by the Military Orchestra directed by I.V. Petrov.

LP Monitor MC 2038: USSR State Wind Orchestra, Petrov (cond)
LP Melodiya C10 20129: USSR Ministry of Defence Orchestra, N. Mikailov (cond)
LP HMV-Melodiya ASD 3237: USSR Ministry of Defence Orchestra, N. Mikailov (cond)
CD Chandos CHAN 9444: Stockholm Concert Band, G. Rozhdestvensky (cond)
CD Melodiya (Australia) MA 15187: USSR Ministry of Defence Orchestra, N. Mikailov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 105: USSR Ministry of Defence Orchestra, N. Mikailov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00653: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RD CD 11 007: Russian State Brass Orchestra, N. Sergeyev (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46024-2: USSR Ministry of Defence Orchestra, N. Mikailov (cond)

Opus 46A: Two Pieces for string orchestra (1939)
Parts:
1. Andante serioso e pietoso
2. Moderato

LP Melodiya C10 09483: Moscow SO, V. Dudarova (cond)
CD ASV CDDCA 928: St. Petersburg Chamber Ensemble, R. Melia (cond)
CD Claves CD 50-9415-2: Kremlin Chamber Orchestra, M. Rachlevsky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 170: Moscow SO, V. Dudarova (cond)

Opus 47: String Quartet no. 5 in E minor (1938-1939)
Parts:
1. Allegro tranquillo
2. Molto vivo, sussurando
3. Andantino simplice
4. Allegro molte e con brio
Dedicated to V.J. Shebalin.

LP Melodiya C10 19185: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9951: Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 032: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 47A: Scherzo from String Quartet no. 5 for piano (1938-1939)
CD Olympia OCD 252 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set): M. McLachlan (piano)
Opus 48: Greetingsoverture in C major (1939)
CD Alto ALC 1023: Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 528: Moscow New Opera Orchestra, Y. Samoilov (cond)
CD Regis RRC 1244: Moscow New Opera Orchestra, Y. Samoilov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00662: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
Opus 48A: Four Songs for the Airmen and Seamen in the Polar Region (Arctic Explorers) after texts by M. Svetlov and J. Selvenski (1939)

Opus 49: String Quartet no. 6 in G minor (1939-1940)

Parts:
1. Moderato
2. Allegro vivo
3. Adagio
4. Allegro con fuoco
Dedicated to The Beethoven Quartet (D.M. Zyganov, V.P. Shirinsky, V.V. Borrisov and S.P. Shirinsky).

LP Melodiya C10 19855: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9951: Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 031: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 50: Symphony no. 20 in E major (1940)
Parts:
1. Allegro con spirito
2. Adagio
3. Allegro inquieto
Dedicated to J.A. Shaporin.
First performance on 28 November 1940 by the Large All-Union Radio SO directed by N.S. Golovanov.

CD Olympia OCD 739 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00658: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 51: Symphony no. 21 in F sharp minor in one movement (1940)
Parts:
1. Andante sostenuto & (cont.)
2. Allegro non troppo ma con impeto
3. Andante
BSO, Levine
First performance on 16 November 1940 by the USSR State SO directed by A.V. Gauk.

Video:
PBA Symphony Orchestra, David Jacobs (cond)
National Symphony Orchestra, N. Rahklin (cond)

LP CBS P 14155: Philadelphia Orchestra, E. Ormandy (cond)
LP Columbia ML-4239: Philadelphia Orchestra, E. Ormandy (cond)
LP Melodiya M10 4793: USSR Radio SO, A. Gauk (cond)
LP Melodiya D 488: USSR State SO, K. Ivanov (cond)
LP Melodiya D 09415-6: USSR State SO, K. Ivanov (cond)
LP RCA SB 6783: Chicago SO, M. Gould (cond)
LP HNH 4054: New Philharmonia Orchestra, D. Measham (cond)
LP Unicorn RHS 346: New Philharmonia Orchestra, D. Measham (cond)
CD Alto ALC 1023: Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Audiophile Classics APL 101.534: Moscow Radio & Television SO, L. Nikolayev (cond)
CD Biddulph Records 64: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy (cond)
CD Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm 9371761-6: Beethoven Orchestra Bonn, Stefan Blunier (cond)
CD TIM Company AG 205240-303 (2 CD)
CD Unicorn-Kanchana UKCD 2066: New Philharmonia Orchestra, D. Measham (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 52: Ten Romances for medium voice and piano after texts by Stepan Shchipachev", (1940)

Opus 53: Two Marches for wind orchestra (1941)

No. 1 in F minor
No. 2 in F major.

LP Melodiya CM 02303-4: Military Band of the USSR Ministry of Defence, N. Sergeyev (cond)

Opus 53A: "Young Fighter" for voice and piano after a text by M. Svetlov (1941)

Opus 53B: Transcription of Prokofiev's symphonic suite "The Year 1941" for piano four hands (1941)

Not published.
Opus 53C: "Marching Song" for men's chorus a capella after a text by M. Isakovsky (1941)

Opus 53D: "Fighting Orders", song for voice, chorus and piano after a text by V. Vinnikov (1941)

Opus 54: Symphony no. 22 in B minor "Ballade" (1941)

Parts:
1. Lento & (cont.). Allegro non troppo
2. Andante con duolo
3. Allegro energico, ma non troppo vivo
First performance on 12 January 1942 in Tblisi directed by A.L. Stasevich.

LP HMV-Melodiya ASD 3062: USSR SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
LP Melodiya CM 03157-8: USSR SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
MC Collets CML 2010: USSR SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA9966: St Petersburg State Academic SO, Alexander Titov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 134: USSR SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 740: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Revelation RV 10068: Russian State SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00659: Russia State Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46019-2: USSR SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 55: String Quartet no. 7 in F major (1941)
Parts:
1. Andantino
2. Vivace e Fantastico
3. Andante con moto
4. Vivacissimo
Dedicated to J.M. Gudkov.
First performance in Tblisi.

LP Melodiya C10 21431: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9952: Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 033: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 56: Symphony no. 23 in A minor (1941)
Parts:
1. Lento. Allegro alla marcia. Lento
2. Andante molto sostenuto
3. Allegro vivace

Video:
Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

LP Dolgoigrautsaya D 9041-2: USSR Radio SO, A. Kovalev (cond)
LP MK 94655: USSR Radio SO, A. Kovalev (cond)
LP HMV-Melodiya ASD 2927: USSR Radio SO, A. Kovalev (cond)
LP Melodiya C 463: USSR Radio SO, A. Kovalev (cond)
CD Alto ALC1024: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA9966: St Petersburg State Academic SO, Alexander Titov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 744: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00661: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 57: Piano Sonatina in E minor (1942)
Parts:
1. Moderato piu cantabile
2. Narrante lugubre
3. Molto vivo ed agitato

CD Olympia OCD 217: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set) & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Regis RRC 1245: M. McLachlan (piano)

Opus 58: "Song and Rhapsody" (Prelude and Rondo-Sonata) in B flat minor for piano (1942)
First performance in Tblisi by V. Kuftina-Sthoshenko (piano).

CD Dunelm Records DRD0264: Murray McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 217: (Prelude) M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 252 & another review: (Rondo-Sonata in B flat minor) M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set) & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Regis RRC 1245: (Prelude) M. McLachlan (piano)
CD GP 456 802-2: G. Ginsburg (piano)

Opus 59: String Quartet no. 8 in F sharp minor (1942)
Parts:
1. Allegro moderato
2. Adagio
3. Allegro dramatico
Dedicated to the memory of S.P. Feldman.
First performance on 21 March 1943 in Moscow by the Beethoven Quartet.

LP Melodiya C10 19185: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9952: Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 033: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 60: Dramatic Overture in G minor for wind orchestra (1942)
First performance on 1 November 1942 directed by I.V. Petrov.

CD Audio Legends 534: E. Svetlanov, L. Nikolaev (cond)

Opus 61: "Kirov is With Us", cantata in D minor for mezzo-soprano, baritone, chorus and orchestra after a text by N. Tichonov (1942-1943)
Parts:
1. Larghetto marciale
2. Andantino tenebroso
3. Larghetto marciale. Moderato
4. Allegro agitato. Maestoso
First performance on 25 September 1943 by Radio Moscow.

Video:
Gennady Rozhdestvensky (cond).

Opus 62: String Quartet no. 9 in D minor (1943)
Parts:
1. Allegro inquieto
2. Andante espressionato
3. Allegro con brio
Dedicated to the Beethoven Quartet for his 20th anniversary.
First performance on 30 October 1943 in Moscow by the Beethoven Quartet.

LP Melodiya D 15335: Bolshoi Theatre String Quartet
LP Melodiya C10 19855: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9953: Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 034: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 63: Symphony no. 24 in F minor (1943)
Parts:
1. Allegro deciso
2. Molto sostenuto
3. Allegro appassionato
Dedicated to the memory of Vladimir Vladimirovich Dershanovsky.
First performance on 8 December 1943 in the Moscow Conservatory directed by Y. Mravinsky.

CD Alto ALC1024: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Melodiya SUCD 10 00474: Russia State SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Naxos 8.555376 & another review & another review & another review: Moscow PO, D. Yablonsky (cond) CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA9971: St Petersburg State Academic SO, Alexander Titov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 744: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00660: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 64.1: Piano Sonata no. 5 "After Ancient Sketches" in B major (1944)
Parts:
1. Allegretto capricioso
2. Largo e pesante
3. Vivo
4. Allegro energic
First sketches in 1907-1908.
First revision in 1917.
Last revision in 1944.

CD Marco Polo 8.223156 & another review: E. Hegedus (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 217 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set) & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Regis RRC 1245: M. McLachlan (piano)

Opus 64.2: Piano Sonata no. 6 "After Ancient Sketches" in A flat major (1944)
Parts:
1. Allegro ma non troppo
2. Andante con sentimente
3. Molto vivo
First sketches in 1908, last revision in 1944.

CD Marco Polo 8.223178 & another review: E. Hegedus (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 214 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set) & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)

Opus 65: "Links of a chain", six sketches for symphony orchestra (1944-1945)
LP Melodiya D 024003-04: Large Moscow Radio SO, L. Ginsberg (cond)
CD Alto ALC1041: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 745: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00667: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
Opus 65A: Transcription of Borodin's Three Romances and Kavatina from the opera "Prince Igor" for string quartet (1944)
Not published.
Opus 66: Concerto in C minor for cello and orchestra (1944)
Parts:
1. Lento, ma non troppo & (cont.)
2. Allegro vivace & (cont.)
Dedicated to S.N. Knushevitsky.
First performance on 17 March 1945 by the Radio Orchestra directed by A.I. Orlov; soloist S.N. Knushevitsky (cello).

Video:
P.I. Tchaikovsky Large Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseev(cond), Alexander Knyazev(cello)

LP HMV ALP 1427: Philharmonia Orchestra, M. Sargent (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
LP EMI SXLP 30155: Philharmonia Orchestra, M. Sargent (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
LP Melodiya D 5096: Moscow SO, N. Faktorovich (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
LP Melodiya D 35455: Moscow SO, N. Faktorovich (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
LP Educational Media Associates RR-500: Moscow SO, N. Faktorovich (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
LP Melodiya C10 11573: USSR State SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond), F. Luzanov (cello)
LP Melodiya C10 29937: USSR State SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond), N. Gutman (cello)
CD Arte Nova Classics 74321-54464-2: Russian PO, K. Krimets (cond), K. Rodin (cello)
CD Brilliant Classics 92771 (10 CD-set): Moscow PO, K. Kondrashin (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
CD Cello Classics CC1012: Musica Viva Orchestra, Andrei Golovin (cond), A. Rudin (cello)
CD Chandos CHAN 10025: Russian State SO, V. Polyansky (cond), A. Ivashkin (cello)
CD DG 449 821 2: Russian National Orchestra, M. Pletnev (cond), M. Maisky (cello)
CD EMI CDC 7 49548 2: Philharmonia Orchestra, M. Sargent (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
CD EMI CDM 5 65419 2: Philharmonia Orchestra, M. Sargent (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
CD EMI Great Recordings of the Century 3800132: Philharmonia Orchestra, M. Sargent (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
CD EMI CZS 5 72016 2 (13 CD-set): USSR State Symphony Orchestra, Y. Svetlanov (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
CD EMI CZS 5 72296 2 (2 CD-set): USSR Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond), M. Rostropovich (cello)
CD Olympia OCD 530: Moscow New Opera Orchestra, Y. Samoilov (cond), M. Tarasova (cello)
CD Philips 434 106 2: London SO, M. Shostakovich (cond), J. Lloyd-Webber (cello)
CD Polygram Records 449 821: Russian National Orchestra, M. Pletnev (cond), M. Maisky (cello)
CD Regis RRC 1050: Moscow New Opera Orchestra, Y. Samoilov (cond), M. Tarasova (cello)
CD Signum Classics SIGCD 116 other review: Philharmonia Orchestra, Alexander Briger (cond), Jamie Walton (cello)
CD Virgin Classics VC 5 45282 2: City of Birmingham SO, P. Järvi (cond), T. Mork (cello)
CD Virgin Classics 4-82019-2 (5 CD-set): City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, P. Järvi (cond), T. Mork (cello)

Opus 67.1: String Quartet no. 10 in F major "After Ancient Sketches" (1945)
Parts:
1. Allegro non troppo
2. Vivo scherzando
3. Andante con moto lagrimabile
4. Allegro molto e con brio
First sketches in 1907.

LP Melodiya C10 21431: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9950: Taneyev Quartet
CD Olympia OCD 148: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 031: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46023-2: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 67.2: String Quartet no. 11 in E flat major "Reminiscences" (1945)
Parts:
1. Allegro tranquillo
2. Andante con moto
3. Allegretto pensieroso
4. Allegro non troppo giocoso
First performance in Autumn 1945 by the Beethoven Quartet.
LP Melodiya C10 16211-2: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9953: Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11 034: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
Opus 68: Sinfonietta no. 2 in A minor for string orchestra (1945-1946)
Parts:
1. Prelude and Fuguette: Allegro molto. Largo pesante
2. Gavotte: Andantino graciozo
3. Andante elevato & another performance of Andante elevato
4. Allegro con fuoco

LP Melodiya C10 15191: USSR Academic SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 168: USSR Academic SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46024-2: USSR Academic SO, V. Verbitzky (cond)
CD Claves CD 50-9415-2: Kremlin Chamber Orchestra, M. Rachlevsky (cond)
CD Naxos 8.550953: Dalgat String Ensemble, R. Melia (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00666: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 69: Symphony no. 25 in D flat major (1946)
Parts:
1. Adagio. Andante
2. Moderato
3. Allegro impetuoso
Dedicated to L.T. Atovmian.
First performance on 6 March 1947 by the Moscow State SO directed by A.V. Gauk. Revised in 1949.

LP Melodiya D 4670-1: Moscow Radio PO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Melodiya SUCD 10-00474: Russia State SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Naxos 8.555376 & another review & another review & another review: Moscow PO, D. Yablonsky (conductor)
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA9971: St Petersburg State Academic SO, Alexander Titov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 731 & another review: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00652: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 70: Sonata in F major for violin and piano (1946-1947)
Parts:
1. Allegro amabile
2. Theme with variations: Andante con moto a molto cantabile
Opus 71: "Slavonic Rhapsody" in D minor for symphony orchestra ("Overture-Fantasy on Old-Slavonic 16th Century Themes") (1946)
Dedicated to Igor Fodorovich Belsa.

CD Alto ALC1041: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 745: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00663: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 72: "Lyric Book", six romances for soprano and piano after texts by Mira Mendelson and Robert Burns (1946)
Dedicated to Mira Mendelssohn.
Opus 72A: Design for a national hymn of the RSFSR for chorus and orchestra (1946)
Not published.
Opus 72B: Design for a national hymn of the RSFSR for chorus and piano (1946)
Not published.
Opus 73: "Compositions", nine pieces in the form of ancient dances for piano (1946)
Parts:
1. Fantastic procession
2. Mazurka
3. Gavotte
4. Waltz
5. Polka
6. Menuet
7. Siciliana
8. Galop
9. Polonaise
Opus 74: "From the past", six improvisations for piano (1947)
Revision of sketches, composed in 1906-1907.

LP Melodiya C10 08989-90: E. Skuratovskaya (piano)

Opus 75: Nocturne "Kremlin by night", cantata for tenor or soprano, chorus and orchestra (1947)
After texts by Wassiljev.
Dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the October Revolution.
First performance on 15 November 1947 by the Student's Chorus and Orchestra directed by N.P. Anossov.
Opus 76: "Pathetic Overture" in C minor (1947)
Dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Soviet Army.

CD Olympia OCD 736: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00664: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 77: String Quartet no. 12 in G major (1947)
Parts:
1. Andante. Allegro
2. Allegro fantastico
3. Andante con espressivo
4. Allegro non troppo
Dedicated to D.B. Kabalevsky.

LP Melodiya C10 17551-2: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9954: Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11035: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 78: "Polyphonic sketches" in two movements for piano (1948)

Opus 79: Symphony no. 26 in C major "On Russian Themes" (1948)

Parts:
1. Andante sostenuto. Allegro
2. Andante quasi lento
3. Adagio. Allegro maestoso
First performance on 28 December 1948 directed by A.V. Gauk.

Tape DKC 49171: Moscow Radio SO, L. Nikolayev (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 737 & another review: Russian Federation Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00659: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 80: Divertimento in E flat major for symphony orchestra (1948)

Parts:
1. Allegro ma non troppo (Valse)
2. Adagio (Nocturne)
3. Presto (Tarentella)

LP Melodiya MK D 05472-5: USSR Radio SO, A. Stasevich (cond)
CD Alto ALC 1042: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 746: Russian Federation Academic SO, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc RDCD 00667: Russia State Academic SO, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 81: Sonata no. 2 in A minor for cello and piano (1948-1949)
Parts:
1. Allegro moderato
2. Andante cantabile
3. Allegro con spirito
Dedicated to M.L. Rostropovich.

Video:
Natalia Gutman (cello), Viacheslav Poprugin (piano)
John Walz (cello), Steven Vanhauwaert (piano)

LP Chandos ABRD 1233: Y. Turovsky (cello), L. Edlina (piano)
LP EMI SXLP 30155: M. Rostropovich (cello), Dedukhin (piano)
LP Kingsway KSL 301: M. Rostropovich (cello), Dedukhin (piano)
LP Melodiya D 35455: M. Rostropovich (cello), Dedukhin (piano)
LP HMV-Melodiya CM 03199-200: Y. Turovsky (cello), Sadovskaya (piano)
LP Finnadar SR 9022: Hanani (cello), Spottiswoode (piano)
LP Melodiya C10 19715: I. Gavrish (cello), T. Spiller (piano)
LP Melodiya C10 20029: A. Rudin (cello), V. Ginzburg (piano)
CD Cello Classics CC1012: A. Rudin (cello), V. Ginzburg (piano)
CD Arcobaleno SBCD 1508: Himo (cello), Himo (piano)
CD Ars Musici 1249: David Grigorian (cello), Ludmila Lissovaja (piano)
CD Arte Nova Classics 74321-54464-2: K. Rodin (cello), A. Pisarev (piano)
MC Chandos ABTD 1233: Y. Turovsky (cello), L. Edlina (piano)
CD Chandos CHAN 8523: Y. Turovsky (cello), L. Edlina (piano)
CD Circe 87127 LD: Williencourt (cello), Armengaud (piano)
CD Discover International DICD 920407: L. & N. Hinon (cello and piano)
CD EMI CZS 5 72016 2: (13 CD-set) M. Rostropovich (cello)
CD Globe GLO 5041: D. Ferschtmann (cello), M. Baslawskaya (piano)
CD Lowri Records 2002: Lowri Blake (cello), Iwan Llewelyn-Jones (piano)
CD MD+G L 3397: Wieck (cello), Rhee (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 530: M. Tarasova (cello), A. Polezhaev (piano)
CD Praga Digitals 625682 (4 CD-set): M. Kanka (cello), J. Klepac (piano)
CD Regis RRC 1050: M. Tarasova (cello), A. Polezhaev (piano)
CD Unknown: J. Walton (cello), D. Grimwood (piano)

Opus 82: Piano Sonata no. 7 in C major (1949)

Parts:
1. Sonata: Allegro moderato
2. Elegy: Andante pensieroso
3. Dance-Rondo: Allegro giocoso

CD Marco Polo 8.223178 & another review: E. Hegedus (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 252 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set): M. McLachlan (piano)

Opus 83: Piano Sonata no. 8 in D minor (1949)

Parts:
1. Barcarolle-Sonatina: Allegretto
2. Song-Idyll: Andante cantabile
3. Chorale-Rondo: Vivo

CD Marco Polo 8.223178 & another review: E. Hegedus (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 252 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set) & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)

Opus 84: Piano Sonata no. 9 in F major (1949)

Parts:
1. Sonatina in the light manner: Allegro non troppo
2. Narrative: Andante sostenuto
3. Unrestrained aspiration: Vivo

CD Marco Polo 8.223178 & another review: E. Hegedus (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 252 & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)
CD Olympia OCD 704 (3 CD-set) & another review: M. McLachlan (piano)

Opus 85: Symphony no. 27 in C minor (1949)
Parts:
1. Adagio. Allegro animato
2. Adagio
3. Presto ma non troppo - Marciale - Tempo I
First performance on 9 December 1950 in Moscow.

LP Melodiya D 0496-7: USSR Radio SO, A. Gauk
LP Classic Editions CE 3006: USSR Radio SO, A. Gauk
LP Melodiya C10 14677: USSR Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Alto ALC 1021: Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Chandos CHAN 10025: Russian State SO, V. Polyansky (cond)
CD Melodiya (Australia) MA 3015: USSR Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 168: USSR Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Olympia OCD 741: Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra, E. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Russian Disc: RDCD 00660: Russia State Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)
CD Warner Classics 2564 69689-8 (16 CD-set): Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, Evgeny Svetlanov (cond)
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46020-2: USSR Academic SO, Y. Svetlanov (cond)

Opus 86: String Quartet no. 13 in A minor (1949)
Parts:
1. Moderato
2. Presto fantastico
3. Andante con moto e molto cantabile
4. Molto vivo, energico
Dedicated to the Beethoven Quartet.
First performance on 21 October 1950 by the Beethoven Quartet.

Video:
Borodin Quartet

LP Westminster XWN 18423: Beethoven Quartet
LP Melodiya D 09269: Borodin Quartet
LP Melodiya C10 16211-2: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Cedille Records CDR 90000: Pacifica Quartet
CD Mobile Fidelity MFCD 22-009141: Gosteleradio Quartet
CD Nimbus NI 5827: Kopelman Quartet: Mikhail Kopelman (violin), Boris Kuschnir (violin), Igor Sulyga (viola), Mikhail Milman (cello)
CD Northern Flowers NF/PMA 9954: Taneyev Quartet
CD Olympia OCD 148: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Russian Disc RDCD 11035: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet
CD Vox Classical ACD 8178: Gosteleradio Quartet
CD Zyx-Melodiya MEL 46023-2: Leningrad Taneyev Quartet

Opus 87: "From many years", collection of romances and songs after texts by various authors (1950)
Revision of fifteen romances and songs, composed between 1901 and 1936.

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