List of compositions by Dmitri Shostakovich

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This is a list of compositions by Dmitri Shostakovich.

By genre[edit]

Symphonies[edit]

Concertos[edit]

Suites[edit]

Miscellaneous symphonic works[edit]

  • Op. 1: Scherzo in F-sharp minor for orchestra (1919)
  • Op. 3: Theme and Variations in B-flat major for orchestra (1921–1922)
  • Op. 7: Scherzo in E-flat major for orchestra (1923–1924)
  • Op. 23: Two Pieces for Erwin Dressel's Opera Armer Columbus for orchestra (1929)
  • The Green Company, overture (1931)
  • Op. 42: Five Fragments for small orchestra (1935)
  • Solemn March for military band/wind orchestra (1942)
  • Three Pieces for orchestra (1947–1948)
  • Op. 96: Festive Overture in A major for orchestra (1954)
  • Op. 110a: Chamber Symphony in C minor (Arr. Rudolf Barshai)
  • Op. 111b: Novorossiisk Chimes, the Flame of Eternal Glory for orchestra (1960)
  • Op. 115: Overture on Russian and Kyrgyz Folk Themes for orchestra (1963)
  • Op. 130: Funeral-Triumphal Prelude for orchestra (1967)
  • Op. 131: October, symphonic poem in C minor for orchestra (1967)
  • Op. 139: March of the Soviet Police for military band/wind orchestra (1970)

String quartets[edit]

Other chamber/instrumental works[edit]

Piano[edit]

  • Op. 2: Eight Preludes (1919–1920)
  • Minuet, Prelude and Intermezzo (1919–1920)
  • "Murzilka" (1920)
  • Five Preludes (1920–1921)
  • Op. 5: Three Fantastic Dances (1922)
  • Op. 6: Suite in F-sharp minor for two pianos (1922)
  • Op. 12: Sonata No. 1 (1926)
  • Op. 13: "Aphorisms", ten pieces (1927)
  • Op. 22: Polka from The Golden Age
  • Op. 34: Twenty-Four Preludes (1932–1933)
  • Op. 39: Nocturne – The Limpid Stream
  • Op. 61: Sonata No. 2 in B minor (1943)
  • Op. 69: "Children's Notebook", six pieces (1944–1945)
  • "Merry March" for two pianos (1949)
  • Op. 87: Twenty-Four Preludes and Fugues (1950-1951)
  • Op. 91b: "Seven Doll's Dances" (1952)
  • Op. 94: Concertino for two pianos in A minor (1953)
  • Op. 97a: Short piece
  • Op. 97b: Spanish dance (The gadfly)
  • Op. 104a: Eleven Variations on a Theme by Glinka (1957)

Operas[edit]

Ballets[edit]

Film scores[edit]

Incidental music[edit]

  • Op. 19: Music to the comedy The Bedbug by Mayakovsky (1929)
  • Op. 24: Music to the play The Gunshot by Bezymensky (1929)
  • Op. 25: Music to the play Virgin Soil by Gorbenko and L'vov (1930)
  • Op. 28: Music to the play Rule, Britannia! by Adrian Piotrovsky (1931)
  • Op. 31: Music to the stage revue Hypothetically Murdered by Voyevodin and Riss (1931)
  • Op. 32: Music to the play Hamlet by Shakespeare (1931–1932)
  • Op. 37: Music to the play The Human Comedy after Balzac for small orchestra (1933–1934)
  • Op. 44: Music to the play Hail, Spain by Afinogenov (1936)
  • Op. 58a: Music to the play King Lear by Shakespeare (1940)
  • Op. 63: Music to the spectacle Native Country, suite Native Leningrad (1942)
  • Op. 66: Music to the spectacle Russian River for soloists, choir and orchestra (1944)
  • Op. 72: Two Songs to the spectacle Victorious Spring after Svetlov for voices and orchestra (1945)
  • Music to the play Hamlet by Shakespeare (1954)

Choral[edit]

  • "The Oath to the People's Commissar" for bass, chorus and piano (1941)
  • "Songs of a Guard's Division" ("The Fearless Regiments Are On the Move"), marching song for bass and mixed chorus with simple accompaniment for bayan or piano (1941)
  • Russian Folk Songs for chorus (1943)
  • Three Russian Folk Songs for two soloists and chorus with piano accompaniment (1943)
  • Op. 74: Poem of the Motherland, cantata for mezzosoprano, tenor, two baritones, chorus and orchestra (1947)
  • Rayok (Little Paradise) for four voices, chorus and piano (1948)
  • Op. 81: Song of the Forests, oratorio after Dolmatovsky for tenor, bass soli, mixed & boys' chorus and orchestra (1949)
  • Op. 86a: The Homeland Hears for chorus and tenor soloist with wordless chorus (1951)
  • Op. 88: Ten Poems on Texts by Revolutionary Poets for chorus and boys' chorus a cappella (1951)
  • Op. 90: The Sun Shines on Our Motherland, cantata after Dolmatovsky for mixed & boys' chorus and orchestra (1952)
  • Op. 104: Cultivation: Two Russian Folk Song Arrangements for chorus a cappella (1957)
  • Op. 119: The Execution of Stepan Razin, cantata after Yevtushenko for bass, mixed chorus and orchestra (1964)
  • Op. 124: Two Choruses after Davidenko for chorus and orchestra (1962)
  • Op. 136: Loyalty, eight ballads after Dolmatovsky for unaccompanied male chorus (1970)

Vocal[edit]

  • Op. 4: Two Fables of Krylov for mezzo-soprano, female chorus and chamber orchestra (1922)
  • Op. 21: Six Romances on Texts by Japanese Poets for tenor and orchestra (1928–1932)
  • From Karl Marx to Our Own Days, symphonic poem for solo voices, chorus and orchestra (1932)
  • Op. 46: Four Romances on Verses by Pushkin for bass and piano (1936–1937)
  • Seven Arrangements of Finnish Folk Songs for soloists (soprano and tenor) and chamber ensemble (1939)
  • Op. 62: Six Romances on Verses by English Poets for bass and piano (1942)
  • Patriotic Song after Dolmatovsky for voices (1943)
  • "Song About the Red Army" after Golodny (1943)
  • Op. 79: From Jewish Folk Poetry, song cycle for soprano, contralto, tenor and piano (1948)
  • Op. 79a: From Jewish Folk Poetry, song cycle for soprano, contralto, tenor and orchestra (1948)
  • Op. 80b: Three Songs from Meeting on the Elbe for voice and piano (1956)
  • Op. 84: Two Romances on Verses by Lermontov for male voice and piano (1950)
  • Op. 86: Four Songs to Words by Dolmatovsky for voice and piano (1951)
  • Op. 91: Four Monologues on Verses by Pushkin for bass and piano (1952)
  • Greek Songs for voice and piano (1952–1953)
  • "Pendozalis", Greek Song for voice and piano (1954)
  • "October Dawn", song for soloists and chorus (1954)
  • Op. 98: Five Romances on Verses by Dolmatovsky for bass and piano (1954)
  • Op. 98a: "There Were Kisses", song after Dolmatovsky for voice and piano (1954)
  • Op. 100: Spanish Songs for (mezzo)soprano and piano (1956)
  • Op. 109: Satires (Pictures of the Past), Five Romances on Verses by Sasha Chorny for soprano and piano (1960) (arranged for voice and orchestra by B. Tishchenko, 1980)
  • Op. 121: Five Romances on Texts from the Magazine Krokodil for bass and piano (1965)
  • Op. 123: "Preface to the Complete Collection of My Works and Brief Reflections on this Preface" for bass and piano (1966)
  • Op. 127: Seven Romances on Poems by Alexander Blok for soprano, violin, cello and piano (1967)
  • Op. 128: Romance "Spring, Spring" to Verses by Pushkin for bass and piano (1967)
  • Op. 140: Six Romances on Verses by English Poets for bass and chamber orchestra (1971)
  • Op. 143: Six Poems by Marina Tsvetayeva, suite for contralto and piano (1973)
  • Op. 145: Suite on Verses of Michelangelo Buonarroti for bass and piano (1974)
  • Op. 145a: Suite on Verses by Michelangelo Buonarroti for bass and orchestra (1975)
  • Op. 146: Four Verses of Captain Lebyadkin to texts by Dostoevsky for bass and piano (1975)

Orchestrations[edit]

  • Orchestration of I Waited in the Grotto by Rimsky-Korsakov for soprano and orchestra (1921)
  • Op. 16: "Tahiti-Trot" for orchestra (1928)
  • Op. 17: "Pastorale and Caprricio" : Two Pieces by D. Scarlatti for wind orchestra (1928)
  • Op. 31a: Orchestration of Hypothetically Murdered (1932)
  • Orchestration of Internationale by Degeyter (1937)
  • Op. 58: Orchestration of the Opera Boris Godunov by Mussorgsky (1939–1940)
  • Orchestration of "Wiener Blut" by Johann Strauss II (1940)
  • Orchestration of "The Excursion Train Polka" by Johann Strauss II (1940)
  • Orchestration of 27 Romances and Songs Arrangements (1941)
  • Orchestration of Eight British and American Folk Songs for voice(s) and orchestra (1943)
  • Orchestration of Fleishman's Chamber-Opera Rothschild's Violin after Chekhov (1944)
  • Op. 106: Re-orchestration of Mussorgsky's Opera Khovanshchina (1959)
  • Orchestration of Songs and Dances of Death by Mussorgsky (voice and piano) for voice and orchestra (1962)
  • Op. 125: Re-scoring of orchestral accompaniment to Schumann's Cello Concerto in A minor (1963)
  • Re-orchestration of Tishchenko's Cello Concerto No. 1 (1969)
  • Orchestration of Beethoven's Arrangement (Op. 75 No. 3) of Mephistopheles's Song of the Flea (1975)

By Opus number[edit]

  • Op. 1: Scherzo in F-sharp minor for orchestra (1919)
  • Op. 2: Eight Preludes for piano (1919–1920)
  • Op. 3: Theme and Variations in B-flat major for orchestra (1921–1922)
    • Op. 3a: Transcription of Theme and Variations in B-flat major for solo piano (1921–1922)
  • Op. 4: Two Fables of Krilov for mezzo-soprano, female chorus and chamber orchestra (1922)
    • Op. 4a: Transcription of Two Fables of Krilov for mezzo-soprano and piano (1922)
  • Op. 5: Three Fantastic Dances for piano (1922)
  • Op. 6: Suite in F-sharp minor for two pianos (1922)
  • Op. 7: Scherzo in E-flat major for orchestra (1923–1924)
    • Op. 7a: Transcription of Scherzo in E-flat major for solo piano (1923–1924)
  • Op. 8: Piano Trio No. 1 in C minor (1923)
  • Op. 9: Three Pieces for cello and piano (1923–1924)
  • Op. 10: Symphony No. 1 in F minor (1924–1925)
  • Op. 11: Two Pieces for String Octet (1924–1925) [2]
  • Op. 12: Piano Sonata No. 1 (1926)
  • Op. 13: "Aphorisms", ten pieces for piano (1927)
  • Op. 14: Symphony No. 2 in B major To October with chorus (1927)
    • Op. 14a: Reduction of the choral score of Symphony No. 2 for voices and piano (1927)
  • Op. 15: The Nose, opera in three acts after Gogol (1927–1928)
    • Op. 15a: Suite from The Nose, for tenor, baritone and orchestra (1927–1928)
    • Op. 15b: Reduction of the accompaniment of The Nose for piano (1927–1928)
  • Op. 16: "Tahiti-Trot" for orchestra (1928)
  • Op. 17: Two Pieces by Scarlatti for wind orchestra (1928)
  • Op. 18: Music to the silent film The New Babylon for small orchestra (1928–1929)
  • Op. 19: Music to the comedy The Bedbug by Mayakovsky (1929)
    • Op. 19a: Suite from The Bedbug for orchestra (1929)
    • Op. 19b: Arrangement of Music to The Bedbug for piano (1929)
  • Op. 20: Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major The First of May with chorus (1929)
    • Op. 20a: Reduction of Symphony No. 3 for solo piano including a vocal score of the final chorus (1929)
  • Op. 21: Six Romances on Texts by Japanese Poets for tenor and orchestra (1928–1932)
    • Op. 21a: Six Romances on Texts by Japanese Poets for tenor and piano (1928–1932)
  • Op. 22: The Age of Gold, ballet in three acts (1929–1930)
    • Op. 22a: Suite from The Age of Gold for orchestra (1929–1930)
    • Op. 22b: Polka from The Age of Gold for solo piano (1935)
    • Op. 22c: Polka from The Age of Gold for piano four hands (1962)
  • Op. 23: Two Pieces for Erwin Dressel's Opera Armer Columbus for orchestra (1929)
  • Op. 24: Music to the play The Gunshot by Bezymensky (1929)
  • Op. 25: Music to the play Virgin Soil by Gorbenko and L'vov (1930)
  • Op. 26: Music to the film Alone (Odna) (1930–1931)
    • Op. 26a: Suite from Alone for orchestra (1930–1931)
  • Op. 27: The Bolt, ballet in three acts (1930–1931)
    • Op. 27a: Suite from The Bolt for orchestra (1931)
  • Op. 28: Music to the play Rule, Britannia! by Piotrovsky (1931)
  • Op. 29: Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District, opera in four acts after Leskov (1930–1932)
    • Op. 29a: Suite from Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District for orchestra (1930–1932)
    • Op. 29b: Passacaglia from an Entr'acte to Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District for organ (1930–1932)
  • Op. 30: Music to the film Golden Mountains (1931)
    • Op. 30a: Suite from Golden Mountains for orchestra (1931)
  • Op. 31: Music to the stage revue Hypothetically Murdered by Voyevodin and Riss (1931)
    • Op. 31a: Orchestration of Hypothetically Murdered (1932)
    • Op. 31b: Reduction of Four Movements of the Music to Hypothetically Murdered for piano (1931)
  • Op. 32: Music to the play Hamlet by Shakespeare (1931–1932)
    • Op. 32a: Suite from Hamlet for small orchestra (1932)
  • Op. 33: Music to the film Counterplan (1932)
    • Op. 33a: "Song about the Oncoming Train" and "My Heart's Aching and Moaning" from Counterplan for voice and piano (1956)
    • Op. 33b: "We meet this Morning (The Song of the Young Workers)" from Counterplan for voice and piano (1956)
  • Op. 34: Twenty-Four Preludes for piano (1932–1933)
    • Op. 34a: Transcription of Twenty-Four Preludes for violin and piano (1932–1933)
    • Op. 34b: Transcription of Twenty-Four Preludes for orchestra (1932–1933)
    • Op. 34c: Transcription of Prelude Op. 34 No. 14 for orchestra (1932–1933)
  • Op. 35: Concerto in C minor for piano, trumpet and strings, also known as Piano Concerto No. 1 (1933)
    • Op. 35a: Reduction of Piano Concerto No. 1 for two pianos (1933)
  • Op. 36: Music to the animated film The Tale of the Priest and of His Workman Balda for chamber orchestra (1933–1934)
    • Op. 36a: Suite from The Tale of the Priest and of His Workman Balda (1935)
  • Op. 37: Music to the play The Human Comedy after Balzac for small orchestra (1933–1934)
  • Op. 38: Music to the film Love and Hate (1934)
  • Op. 39: The Limpid Stream, ballet in three acts (1934–1935)
    • Op. 39a: Suite from The Limpid Stream for orchestra (1934–1935)
    • Op. 39b: Moderato from The Limpid Stream for cello and piano (1934–1935)
  • Op. 40: Sonata in D minor for cello and piano (1934)
    • Op. 40a: Moderato for cello and piano (1934)
  • Op. 41: Music to the film The Youth of Maxim (1934–1935)
  • Op. 42: Five Fragments for small orchestra (1935)
  • Op. 43: Symphony No. 4 in C minor (1935–1936)
    • Op. 43a: Reduction of Symphony No. 4 for two pianos (1935–1936)
  • Op. 44: Music to the play Hail, Spain by Afinogenov (1936)
  • Op. 45: Music to the film The Return of Maxim (1936–1937)
  • Op. 46: Four Romances on Verses by Pushkin for bass and piano (1936–1937)
    • Op. 46a: Orchestration of Four Romances on Verses by Pushkin for bass and orchestra (1936–1937)
    • Op. 46b: Arrangement of Nos. 1, 2 and 3 of Four Romances on Verses by Pushkin for bass and string orchestra (1936–1937)
  • Op. 47: Symphony No. 5 in D minor (1937)
    • Op. 47a: Reduction of Scherzo (Allegretto) of Symphony No. 5 for solo piano (1937)
  • Op. 48: Music to the film Volochayev Days (1936–1937)
  • Op. 49: String Quartet No. 1 in C major (1938)
  • Op. 50: Music to the film The Vyborg District (1938)
  • Op. 51: Music to the film Friends (1938)
    • Op. 51a: Vocalise from Friends for unaccompanied chorus (1938)
  • Op. 52: Music to the film The Great Citizen, first part (1938)
  • Op. 53: Music to the film The Man with a Gun (1938)
  • Op. 54: Symphony No. 6 in B minor (1939)
  • Op. 55: Music to the film The Great Citizen, second part (1939)
  • Op. 56: Music to the animated film The Silly Little Mouse (1939)
  • Op. 57: Piano Quintet in G minor (1940)
  • Op. 58: Orchestration of the Opera Boris Godunov by Mussorgsky (1939–1940)
  • Op. 59: Music to the film The Adventures of Korzinkina (1940)
    • Op. 59a: Suite from The Adventures of Korzinkina (1940)
  • Op. 60: Symphony No. 7 in C major Leningrad (1941)
  • Op. 61: Piano Sonata No. 2 in B minor (1943)
  • Op. 62: Six Romances on Verses by English Poets for bass and piano (1942)
    • Op. 62a: Six Romances on Verses by English Poets for bass and orchestra (1943)
  • Op. 63: Music to the spectacle Native Country, suite Native Leningrad (1942)
  • Op. 64: Music to the film Zoya (1944)
    • Op. 64a: Suite from Zoya for chorus and orchestra (1944)
    • Op. 64b: "She Was Born a Brave Girl in Her Homeland" from Zoya for voice and piano (1944)
  • Op. 65: Symphony No. 8 in C minor (1943)
  • Op. 66: Music to the spectacle Russian River for soloists, choir and orchestra (1944)
  • Op. 67: Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor (1944)
  • Op. 68: String Quartet No. 2 in A major (1944)
  • Op. 69: "Children's Notebook", six pieces for piano (1944–1945)
  • Op. 70: Symphony No. 9 in E-flat major (1945)
    • Op. 70a: Reduction of Symphony No. 9 for piano four hands (1945)
  • Op. 71: Music to the film Simple People (1945)
  • Op. 72: Two Songs to the spectacle Victorious Spring after Svetlov for voices and orchestra (1945)
    • Op. 72a: Accompaniment of Nos. 1 and 2 of Victorious Spring, arranged for piano (1945)
  • Op. 73: String Quartet No. 3 in F major (1946)
    • Op. 73a: Transcription of String Quartet No. 3 for strings and woodwinds (1946)
    • Op. 73b: Reduction of String Quartet No. 3 for two pianos (1946)
  • Op. 74: Poem of the Motherland, cantata for mezzosoprano, tenor, two baritones, chorus and orchestra (1947)
  • Op. 75: Music to the film The Young Guard (1947–1948)
    • Op. 75a: Suite from The Young Guard (1951)
  • Op. 76: Music to the film Pirogov after German (1947)
    • Op. 76a: Suite from Pirogov for orchestra (1947)
  • Op. 77: Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor (1947–1948)
    • Op. 77a: Reduction of Violin Concerto No. 1 for violin and piano (1947–1948)
  • Op. 78: Music to the film Michurin (1948)
    • Op. 78a: Suite from Michurin for chorus and orchestra (1964)
  • Op. 79: From Jewish Folk Poetry, song cycle for soprano, contralto, tenor and piano (1948)
    • Op. 79a: From Jewish Folk Poetry, song cycle for soprano, contralto, tenor and small orchestra (1948)
  • Op. 80: Music to the film Meeting on the Elbe for voices and piano (1948)
    • Op. 80a: Suite from Meeting on the Elbe for voices and orchestra (1948)
    • Op. 80b: Three Songs from Meeting on the Elbe for voice and piano (1956)
  • Op. 81: Song of the Forests, oratorio after Dolmatovsky for tenor, bassoli, mixed & boys' chorus and orchestra (1949)
    • Op. 81a: "In the Fields Stand the Collective Farms" from Song of the Forests for children's chorus and mixed chorus (1960)
    • Op. 81b: "A Walk into the Future" from Song of the Forests for voice and piano (1962)
  • Op. 82: Music to the film The Fall of Berlin (1949)
    • Op. 82a: Suite from The Fall of Berlin for chorus and orchestra (1950)
    • Op. 82b: "Beautiful Day" from The Fall of Berlin, song for two-part children's chorus and piano (1950)
    • Op. 82c: "Vocalise" from The Fall of Berlin, song for s.a.t.b. chorus a cappella (1950)
  • Op. 83: String Quartet No. 4 in D major (1949)
    • Op. 83a: Reduction of String Quartet No. 4 for two pianos four hands (1949)
  • Op. 84: Two Romances on Verses by Lermontov for male voice and piano (1950)
  • Op. 85: Music to the film Belinsky for orchestra and chorus (1950)
    • Op. 85a: Four Choruses from the Music to Belinsky for s.a.t.b. chorus a cappella (1950)
  • Op. 86: Four Songs to Words by Dolmatovsky for voice and piano (1951)
  • Op. 87: Twenty-Four Preludes and Fugues for piano (1950–1951)
    • Op. 87a: Arrangement of No. 15 of Twenty-Four Preludes and Fugues for two pianos (1963)
  • Op. 88: Ten Poems on Texts by Revolutionary Poets for chorus and boys' chorus a cappella (1951)
  • Op. 89: Music to the film The Unforgettable Year 1919 (1951)
  • Op. 90: The Sun Shines on Our Motherland, cantata after Dolmatovsky for mixed & boys' chorus and orchestra (1952)
    • Op. 90a: Reduction of the Accompaniment of The Sun Shines on Our Motherland for piano (1952)
  • Op. 91: Four Monologues on Verses by Pushkin for bass and piano (1952)
    • Op. 91a: Orchestration of Four Monologues on Verses by Pushkin for bass and orchestra (1952)
  • Op. 92: String Quartet No. 5 in B-flat major (1952)
  • Op. 93: Symphony No. 10 in E minor (1953)
    • Op. 93a: Reduction of Symphony No. 10 for piano four hands (1953)
  • Op. 94: Concertino for two pianos in A minor (1953)
  • Op. 95: Music to the film Song of the Great Rivers (1954)
  • Op. 96: Festive Overture in A major for orchestra (1954)
  • Op. 97: Music to the film The Gadfly, based on the novel by Voynich (1955)
    • Op. 97a: Suite from The Gadfly for orchestra (1955)
    • Op. 97b: "Tarantella" from The Gadfly for two pianos (1955)
  • Op. 98: Five Romances on Verses by Dolmatovsky for bass and piano (1954)
    • Op. 98a: "There Were Kisses", song after Dolmatovsky for voice and piano (1954)
  • Op. 99: Music to the film The First Echelon (1955–1956)
    • Op. 99a: Suite from The First Echelon for chorus and orchestra (1956)
    • Op. 99b: Two Songs from the Music to The First Echelon for voice and piano (1956)
  • Op. 100: Spanish Songs for (mezzo)soprano and piano (1956)
  • Op. 101: String Quartet No. 6 in G major (1956)
  • Op. 102: Piano Concerto No. 2 in F major (1957)
    • Op. 102a: Reduction of Piano Concerto No. 2 for two pianos (1957)
  • Op. 103: Symphony No. 11 in G minor The Year 1905 (1957)
    • Op. 103a: Reduction of Symphony No. 11 for piano four hands (1957)
  • Op. 104: Cultivation: Two Russian Folk Song Arrangements for chorus a cappella (1957)
  • Op. 104a: Eleven Variations on a Theme by Glinka for piano (1957)
  • Op. 105: "Moscow, Cheryomushki", operetta in three acts (1958)
    • Op. 105a: Music to the film Cheryomushki (1962)
  • Op. 106: Re-orchestration of Mussorgsky's Opera Khovanshchina (1959)
  • Op. 107: Cello Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major (1959)
    • Op. 107a: Reduction of Cello Concerto No. 1 for cello and piano (1959)
  • Op. 108: String Quartet No. 7 in F-sharp minor (1960)
  • Op. 109: Satires (Pictures of the Past), Five Romances on Verses by Chorny for soprano and piano (1960)
  • Op. 110: String Quartet No. 8 in C minor (1960)
  • Op. 111: Music to the film Five Days, Five Nights (1960)
    • Op. 111a: Suite from Five Days – Five Nights for orchestra (1961)
  • Op. 112: Symphony No. 12 in D minor The Year 1917 (1961)
    • Op. 112a: Reduction of Symphony No. 12 for two pianos, four hands (1961)
  • Op. 113: Symphony No. 13 in B-flat minor Babi-Yar for bass, bass chorus and orchestra (1962)
    • Op. 113a: Reduction of Symphony No. 13 for two pianos four hands (1962)
  • Op. 114: Katerina Izmailova, opera in four acts after Leskov (1956–1963)
    • Op. 114a: Suite of Five Fragments from the Opera Katarina Izmailova for orchestra (1963)
    • Op. 114b: Music to the film Katerina Izmailova (1966)
    • Op. 114c: Passacaglia from the Opera Katerina Izmailova for organ
  • Op. 115: Overture on Russian and Khirghiz Folk Themes for orchestra (1963)
  • Op. 116: Music to the film Hamlet after Shakespeare for orchestra (1963–1964)
    • Op. 116a: Suite from Hamlet for orchestra (1964)
  • Op. 117: String Quartet No. 9 in E-flat major (1964)
  • Op. 118: String Quartet No. 10 in A-flat major (1964)
  • Op. 119: The Execution of Stepan Razin, cantata after Yevtushenko for bass, mixed chorus and orchestra (1964)
    • Op. 119a: Reduction of The Execution of Stepan Razin for voices and piano (1964)
  • Op. 120: Music to the film A Year Is Like a Lifetime for orchestra (1965)
    • Op. 120a: Suite from A Year Is Like a Lifetime for orchestra (1965)
  • Op. 121: Five Romances on Texts from the Magazine Krokodil for bass and piano (1965)
  • Op. 122: String Quartet No. 11 in F minor (1966)
  • Op. 123: "Preface to the Complete Collection of My Works and Brief Reflections on this Preface" for bass and piano (1966)
  • Op. 124: Two Choruses after Davidenko for chorus and orchestra (1962)
  • Op. 125: Re-scoring of orchestral accompaniment to Schumann's Cello Concerto in A minor (1963)
  • Op. 126: Cello Concerto No. 2 in G minor (1966)
    • Op. 126a: Reduction of Cello Concerto No. 2 for cello and piano (1966)
  • Op. 127: Seven Romances on Poems by Blok for soprano, violin, cello and piano (1967)
  • Op. 128: Romance "Spring, Spring" to Verses by Pushkin for bass and piano (1967)
    • Op. 128a: Orchestration of the Romance "Spring, Spring" to Verses by Pushkin for bass and orchestra (1967)
  • Op. 129: Violin Concerto No. 2 in C-sharp minor (1967)
    • Op. 129a: Reduction of Violin Concerto No. 2 for violin and piano (1967)
  • Op. 130: Funeral-Triumphal Prelude for orchestra (1967)
  • Op. 131: October, symphonic poem in C minor for orchestra (1967)
  • Op. 132: Music to the film Sofiya Perovskaya (1967)
  • Op. 133: String Quartet No. 12 in D-flat major (1968)
  • Op. 134: Sonata for violin and piano (1968)
  • Op. 135: Symphony No. 14 for soprano, bass, string orchestra and percussion (1969)
    • Op. 135a: Reduction of Symphony No. 14 for voices and piano (1969)
  • Op. 136: Loyalty, eight ballads after Dolmatovsky for unaccompanied male chorus (1970)
  • Op. 137: Music to the film King Lear after Shakespeare (1970)
    • Op. 137a: "People's Lamentation" from King Lear, arranged for voice and piano (1970)
  • Op. 138: String Quartet No. 13 in B-flat minor (1970)
  • Op. 139: March of the Soviet Militia for military band/wind orchestra (1970)
  • Op. 140: Six Romances on Verses by English Poets for bass and chamber orchestra (1971)
  • Op. 141: Symphony No. 15 in A major (1971)
    • Op. 141a: Reduction of Symphony No. 15 for two pianos (1971)
  • Op. 142: String Quartet No. 14 in F-sharp major (1972–1973)
  • Op. 143: Six Poems by Marina Tsvetayeva, suite for contralto and piano (1973)
    • Op. 143a: Six Poems by Marina Tsvetayeva, suite for contralto and chamber orchestra (1974)
  • Op. 144: String Quartet No. 15 in E-flat minor (1974)
  • Op. 145: Suite on Verses by Buonarrotti for bass and piano (1974)
    • Op. 145a: Suite on Verses by Buonarrotti for bass and orchestra (1975)
  • Op. 146: Four Verses of Captain Lebyadkin to texts by Dostoevsky for bass and piano (1975)
  • Op. 147: Sonata for viola and piano (1975)
    • Op. 147a: Transcription of Op. 147 for cello and piano (1975)

Without opus number[edit]

  • Minuet, Prelude and Intermezzo for piano (1919–1920)
  • Murzilka for piano (1920)
  • Five Preludes for piano (1920–1921)
  • Orchestration of I Waited in the Grotto by Rimsky-Korsakov for soprano and orchestra (1921)
  • Transcription of Symphony of Psalms by Stravinsky for two pianos (1930)
  • Two Pieces for string quartet (1931)
  • The Green Company, overture (1931)
  • From Karl Marx to Our Own Days, symphonic poem for solo voices, chorus and orchestra (1932)
  • The Big Lightning, unfinished comic opera (1932)
  • Suite for Jazz Orchestra No. 1 (1934)
  • Music to the film Girl Friends (1934–1935)
  • Orchestration of Internationale by Degeyter (1937)
  • The Twelve Chairs, operetta (1937–1938)
  • Suite from The Maxim Film-Trilogy for orchestra and chorus (1938)
  • Suite for Jazz Orchestra No. 2 (3 mvts) (1938) (N.B. not the 8 mvt work now known to be Suite for Variety Orchestra (post-1956))
  • Lenin Symphony for soli, chorus and orchestra (1938–1939)
  • Seven Arrangements of Finnish Folk Songs for soloists (soprano and tenor) and chamber ensemble (1939)
  • Three Pieces for solo violin (1940)
  • Katyusha Maslova, opera after Tolsty's novel Resurrection (1940)
  • Music to the play King Lear by Shakespeare (1940)
  • Reduction of King Lear for piano (1940)
  • "Songs of the Fool" and "Ballad of Cordelia" from King Lear for voice and piano (1940)
  • Orchestration of "Wiener Blut" by Johann Strauss II (1940)
  • Orchestration of "The Excursion Train Polka" by Johann Strauss II (1940)
  • Orchestration of 27 Romances and Song Arrangements (1941)
  • "The Oath to the People's Commissar" for bass, chorus and piano (1941)
  • "Songs of a Guard's Division" ("The Fearless Regiments Are On the Move"), marching song for bass and mixed chorus with simple accompaniment for bayan or piano (1941)
  • Polka for harp duet in F-sharp minor (1941)
  • Piece of the Opera The Gamblers after Gogol (1941–1942)
  • Solemn March for military band/wind orchestra (1942)
  • Patriotic Song after Dolmatovsky for voices (1943)
  • "Song About the Red Army" after Golodny (1943)
  • Orchestration of Eight British and American Folk Songs for voice(s) and orchestra (1943)
  • Russian Folk Songs for chorus (1943)
  • Three Russian Folk Songs for two soloists and chorus with piano accompaniment (1943)
  • Orchestration of Fleishman's Chamber-Opera Rothschild's Violin after Chekhov (1944)
  • Three Pieces for orchestra (1947–1948)
  • Anti-Formalist Rayok (Peep Show) for four voices, chorus and piano (1948)
  • Merry March for two pianos (1949)
  • The Homeland Hears for chorus and tenor soloist with wordless chorus (1951)
  • Ten Russian Folk Song Arrangements for soloists, mixed chorus and piano (1951)
  • "Seven Doll's Dances" for piano (1952)
  • Greek Songs for voice and piano (1952–1953)
  • "Poem of Labour" from Unity, arranged for mixed chorus and orchestra (1954)
  • Two Songs from Unity ("A Song of Unity" and "Peaceful Labour"), arranged for voice and piano (1954)
  • Waltz from Unity for orchestra (1954)
  • Music to the play Hamlet by Shakespeare (1954)
  • "Pendozalis", Greek Song for voice and piano (1954)
  • "October Dawn", song for soloists and chorus (1954)
  • Four Waltzes for flute, clarinet and piano (1955)
  • Three Violin Duets for two violins with piano accompaniment (1955)
  • Suite for Variety Orchestra (8 mvts) (post-1956) (previously believed to be Suite for Jazz Orchestra No. 2 (3 mvts) (1938))
  • Novorossiisk Chimes, the Flame of Eternal Glory for orchestra (1960)
  • Orchestration of Songs and Dances of Death by Mussorgsky (voice and piano) for voice and orchestra (1962)
  • The Lady and the Hooligan, ballet in one act
  • Reorchestration of Tishchenko's Cello Concerto No. 1 (1969)
  • Transcription of Serenada by Gaetano Braga for soprano, mezzo-soprano, violin and piano (1972)
  • Orchestration of Beethoven's Arrangement (Op. 75 No. 3) of Mephistopheles's Song of the Flea (1975)
  • The Dreamers, ballet in four acts (1975)

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References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Kennedy, Michael; based on the original publication by Percy Scholes (1980). The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music (3rd ed.). London: Oxford University Press. p. 593. ISBN 0-19-311315-5. 
  2. ^ a b Heyer, 2012. p.22

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