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 Chronological order[edit]

Op. number Title Instrumentation Year Notes
Hymn to Freedom Piano 1915-1916 Lost? Possibly the same as The Soldier[3]
The Soldier (Ode to Liberty) Piano 1915-1917 Possibly the same as Hymn to Freedom[3]
Funeral March in Memory of the Fallen Heroes of the Revolution Piano 1919[3]
1 Scherzo in F-sharp minor Orchestra 1919
The Gypsies, opera after Pushkin Orchestra 1919-1920 Partially destroyed.[3]
In the Forest, trilogy Piano 1919-1920[3]
Two Marzurkas Piano 1919-1920[3]
Polka Piano 1919-1920[3]
Minuet, Prelude and Intermezzo Piano 1919-1920
2 Eight Preludes Piano 1919–1920 Lost
Murzilka Piano 1920
Five Preludes Piano 1920-1921
3 Theme and Variations in B-flat major Orchestra 1921-1922 Transcribed for solo piano as Op. 3a
4 Two Fables of Krilov Mezzo-soprano, female chorus and chamber orchestra 1922 Transcribed for mezzo-soprano and piano as Op. 4a
5 Three Fantastic Dances Piano 1922
6 Suite in F-sharp minor Two pianos 1922
7 Scherzo in E-flat major Orchestra 1923-1924 Transcribed for solo piano as Op. 7a
8 Piano Trio No. 1 in C minor Piano, violin, cello 1923
9 Three Pieces Cello and piano 1923-1924 Lost
10 Symphony No. 1 in F minor Orchestra 1924-1925
11 Two Pieces String Octet [2] 1924-1925
12 Piano Sonata No. 1 Piano 1926
13 "Aphorisms", ten pieces Piano 1927
14 Symphony No. 2 in B major To October Orchestra and chorus 1927 Shostakovich made a reduction of the choral score for voices and piano
15 The Nose, opera in three acts after Gogol Orchestra 1927-1928 Shostakovich assembled a suite from The Nose, for tenor, baritone and orchestra as Op. 15a
Shostakovich made a reduction o the accompaniment of The Nose for piano
16 "Tahiti Trot" Orchestra 1928
17 Two Pieces by Scarlatti Wind orchestra 1928
18 Music to the silent film The New Babylon Small orchestra 1928-1929
19 Music to the comedy The Bedbug by Mayakovsky Orchestra 1928-1929 Shostakovich assembled a suite of the from The Bedbug for orchestra as Op. 19a
Shostakovich arranged the music to The Bedbug for piano as Op. 19b
20 Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major The First of May Orchestra with chorus 1929 Shostakovich made a reduction of the score for solo piano, including the vocal score of the final chorus as Op. 20a
21 Six Romances on Texts by Japanese Poets Tenor and orchestra 1928-1932 Arranged for tenor and piano as Op. 21a
22 The Golden Age, ballet in three acts Orchestra 1929-1930 Shostakovich assembled a suite from The Golden Age for orchestra as Op. 22a
Shostakovich extracted the polka from the suite for solo piano as Op. 22b
Shostakovich later arranged the same piece for piano four hands in 1962 as Op. 22c
23 Two Pieces for Erwin Dressel's Opera Armer Columbus Orchestra 1929
24 Music to the play The Gunshot by Bezymensky Orchestra 1929
25 Music to the play Virgin Soil by Gorbenko and L'vov Orchestra 1930 Lost
26 Music to the film Alone (Odna) Orchestra 1930-1931 Shostakovich assembled a suite from the music for orchestra as Op. 26a
27 The Bolt, ballet in three acts Orchestra 1930-1931 Shostakovich assembled a suite from the music for orchestra as Op. 27a
28 Music to the play Rule, Britannia! by Piotrovsky Orchestra 1931
Two Pieces String quartet 1931 The first movement is an arrangement of Katerina's aria The foal runs after the

filly from Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District. The second movement is an arrangement of the Polka from the Golden Age.

Overture to The Green Company Orchestra 1931
Prologue to Orango, an unfinished opera Orchestra 1932 Some material incorporated from The Bolt.[3]
29 Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District, opera in four acts after Leskov Orchestra 1930-1932 Shostakovich assembled a suite from the music for orchestra as Op. 29a
Shostakovich extracted the Passacaglia from an Entr'acte to the music for organ
From Karl Marx to our Own Days, a symphonic poem Solo voices, chorus and orchestra 1932
The Big Lightning, unfinished comic opera Orchestra 1932
30 Music to the film Golden Mountains Orchestra 1931 Shostakovich assembled a suite from the music for orchestra as Op. 30a
31 Music to the stage revue Hypothetically Murdered by Voyevodin and Riss Piano? 1931 Orchestration of Hypothetically Murdered as Op. 31a
Reduction of Four Movements of the Music to Hypothetically Murdered for piano as Op. 31b
32 Music to the play Hamlet by Shakespeare Orchestra 1931-1932 Suite from Hamlet for small orchestra as Op. 32a
33 Music to the film Counterplan Orchestra 1932 "Song about the Oncoming Train", "My Heart's Aching and Moaning" were arranged for voice and piano as Op. 33a
"We meet this Morning (The Song of the Young Workers)" was arranged for voice and piano as Op. 33b
34 24 Preludes Piano 1932-1933 Transcribed for violin and piano as Op. 34a
Transcribed for orchestra as Op. 34b
35 Piano Concerto No. 1 Piano, trumpet and strings 1933 Shostakovich made a reduction of the concerto for two pianos as Op. 35a
36 Music to the animated film The Tale of the Priest and of his Workman Balda Chamber orchestra 1933-1934 Shostakovich assembled a suite from the music as Op. 36a
37 Music to the play The Human Comedy after Balzac Small orchestra 1933-1934
Suite for Jazz Orchestra No. 1 Jazz orchestra 1934
38 Music to the film Love and Hate Orchestra? 1934
Symphonic Movement Orchestra 1934 Sketches of what would be the fourth symphony.[3]
Music to the film Girl Friends Small orchestra 1934-1935 Credited thusly [4]
39 The Limpid Stream, ballet in three acts Orchestra 1934-1935 Suite for orchestra from the music as Op. 39a
Moderato from The Limpid Stream for Cello and Piano as Op. 39b
40 Sonata in D minor Cello and piano 1934 Moderato for Cello and Piano as Op. 40a
41 Music to the film The Youth of Maxim Orchestra 1934-1935
42 Five Fragments Small Orchestra 1935
43 Symphony No. 4 in C minor Orchestra 1935-1936 Arrangement of Symphony No. 4 for two pianos as Op. 43a
44 Music to the play Hail, Spain by Afinogenov Orchestra and chorus 1935-1936
45 Music to the film The Return of Maxim Orchestra 1936-1937
46 Four Romances on Verses by Pushkin Bass and piano 1936-1937 Orchestration for bass and orchestra as Op. 46a
Arrangement of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd movement for bass and string orchestra as Op. 46c
47 Symphony No. 5 in D minor Orchestra 1937 Reduction of the second movement for solo piano as Op. 47b
48 Music to the film Volochayev Days Orchestra 1936-1937
The Twelve Chairs, operetta Orchestra 1937-1938
49 String Quartet No. 1 in C major String quartet 1938
50 Music to the film The Vyborg Side Orchestra 1938
51 Music to the film Friends Orchestra 1938 Vocalise from the music arranged for unaccompanied chorus as Op. 51a
52 Music to the film The Great Citizen, first part Orchestra? 1938
53 Music to the film The Man with a Gun Orchestra? 1938
Suite for Jazz Orchestra No. 2 Jazz Orchestra 1938 Not the 8 mvt work now known to be Suite for Variety Orchestra (post-1956)
54 Symphony No. 6 in B minor Orchestra 1939
55 Music to the film The Great Citizen, second part Orchestra? 1939
56 Music to the animated film The Silly Little Mouse Orchestra 1939
Suite on Finnish Themes Solists, chorus, chamber orchestra, piano 1939
Three Pieces Solo Violin 1940 Lost?
57 Piano Quintet in G minor Piano quintet 1940
58 Orchestration of the Opera Boris Godunov by Mussorgsky Orchestra 1939-1940
59 Music to the film The Adventures of Korzinkina Orchestra? 1940 Assembled into a suite as Op. 59a
Katyusha Maslova, opera after Tolstoy's novel Resurrection Orchestra 1940
Music to the play King Lear by Shakespeare Orchestra 1940
60 Symphony No. 7 in C major Leningrad Orchestra 1941
61 Piano Sonata No. 2 in B minor Piano 1943
"The Oath to the People's Commissar" Bass, chorus and piano 1941
"Songs of a Guard's Division" ("The Fearless Regiments Are On the Move"), marching song Bass and mixed chorus with simple accompaniment for bayan or piano 1941
Polka in F-sharp minor Harp duet 1941
The Gamblers, unfinished opera after Gogol Orchestra 1941-1942 Later reworked into mvt 2 of Viola Sonata
62 Six Romances on Verse by English Poets Bass and piano 1942 Later arranged for orchestra and bass as Op. 62a
63 Music to the spectacle Native Country, suite Native Leningrad Orchestra 1942
"Solemn March" Military band 1942
Patriotic Song after Dolmatovsky Voices 1943
"Song about the Red Army" after Golodny Voices 1943
Russian Folk Songs Chorus 1943
Three Russian Folk Songs Two soloists, chorus, piano accompaniment 1943
64 Music to the film Zoya Orchestra 1944
65 Symphony No. 8 in C minor Orchestra 1943
66 Music to the spectacle Russian River Soloists, choir and orchestra 1944
67 Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor Piano, violin, cello 1944
68 String Quartet No. 2 in A Major String quartet 1944
69 Children's Notebook, six pieces Piano 1944-1945
70 Symphony No. 9 in E-flat major Orchestra 1945 Reducting of the piece for piano four hands as Op. 70a
71 Music to the film Simple People Orchestra? 1945
72 Two Songs to the spectacle Victorious Spring after Svetlov Voices and orchestra 1945 Arranged for piano as Op. 72a
73 String Quartet No. 3 in F major String quartet 1946
74 Poem of the Motherland, cantata Mezzosoprano, tenor, two baritones, chorus and orchestra 1947
75 Music to the film The Young Guard Orchestra 1947-1948
76 Music to the film Pirogov Orchestra 1947
Three Pieces Orchestra 1947-1948
77 Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor Violin and orchestra 1947-1948
78 Music to the film Michurin Orchestra 1948
79 From Jewish Folk Poetry, song cycle Soprano, contralto, tenor and piano 1948
80 Music to the film Encounter at the Elbe Voices and piano 1948
Anti-Formalist Rayok (Peep Show) Four voices, chorus and piano 1948
81 Song of the Forests, oratorio after Dolmatovsky Tenor, bassoli, mixed & boys' chorus and orchestra 1949
82 Music to the film The Fall of Berlin Orchestra 1949
83 String Quartet No. 4 in D major String quartet 1949
Merry March Two pianos 1949
84 Two Romances on Verses by Lermontov Male voice and piano 1950
85 Music to the film Belinsky Orchestra and chorus 1950
86 Four Songs to Words by Dolmatovsky Voice and piano 1951
87 Twenty-Four Preludes and Fugues Piano 1950-1951
88 Ten Poems on Texts by Revolutionary Poets Chorus and boys's chorus a capella 1951
89 Music to the film The Unforgettable Year 1919 Orchestra (1951)
The Homeland Hears Chorus and tenor soloist with wordless chorus 1951
Ten Russian Folk Song Arrangements Soloists, mixed chorus and piano 1951
90 The Sun Shines on Our Motherland, cantata after Dolmatovsky Mixed & boys' chorus and orchestra 1952
91 Four Monologues on Verses by Pushkin Bass and piano 1952
92 String Quartet No. 5 in B-flat major String quartet 1952
Seven Doll's Faces Piano 1952
Greek Songs Voice and piano 1952-1953
93 Symphony No. 10 in E minor Orchestra 1953
94 Concertino in A minor Two pianos 1953
95 Music to the film Song of the Great Rivers' Orchestra 1954
96 Festive Overture in A major Orchestra 1954
"Poem of Labour" from Unity Mixed chorus and orchestra 1954
Two Songs from Unity ("A Song of Unity" and "Peaceful Labour") Voice and piano 1954
Waltz from Unity Orchestra 1954
Music to the play Hamlet by Shakespeare Orchestra 1954 Not the same as the music for the 1964 film of the same name
Pendozalis, Greek song Voice and piano 1954
October Dawn Soloists and chorus 1954
97 Music to the film The Gadfly, based on the novel by Voynich Orchestra 1955 Assembled into The Gadfly Suite as Op. 97a
98 Five Romances on Verses by Dolmatovsky Bass and piano 1954
Four Waltzes Flute, clarinet and piano 1955
Three Violin Duets Two violins with piano accompaniment 1955
99 Music to the film The First Echelon Orchestra 1955-1956
100 Spanish Songs (Mezzo)soprano and piano 1956
101 String Quartet No. 6 in G major String quartet 1956
Suite for Variety Orchestra Variety orchestra post-1956
102 Piano Concerto No. 2 in F major Orchestra 1957
103 Symphony No. 11 in G minor The Year 1905 Orchestra 1957
104 Cultivation: Two Russian Folk Song Arrangements Chorus a capella 1957
105 Moscow, Cheryomushki, operetta in three acts Orchestra 1958
106 Re-orchestration of Mussorgsky's Opera Khovanshchina Orchestra 1959
107 Cello Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major Cello and orchestra 1959
108 String Quartet No. 7 in F-sharp minor String quartet 1960
109 Satires (Pictures of the Past, Five Romances on Verses by Chorny Soprano and piano 1960
110 String Quartet No. 8 in C minor String quartet 1960
111 Music to the film Five Days, Five Nights Orchestra 1960
Novorossiisk Chimes, the Flame of Eternal Glory Orchestra 1960
112 Symphony No. 12 in D minor The Year 1917 Orchestra 1961
113 Symphony No. 13 in B-flat minor Babi-Yar Bass, bass chorus and orchestra 1962
The Lady and the Hooligan, ballet in one act Orchestra 1962
114 Katerina Izamailova, opera in four acts after Leskov Orchestra 1956-1963
115 Overture on Russian and Khirgiz Folk Themes Orchestra 1963
116 Music to the film Hamlet Orchestra 1963-1964
117 String Quartet No. 9 in E-flat major String quartet 1964
118 String Quartet No. 10 in A-flat major String quartet 1964
119 The Execution of Stepan Razin, cantata after Yevtushenko Bass, mixed chorus and orchestra 1964
120 Music to the film A Year Is Like a Lifetime Orchestra 1965
121 Five Romances on Texts from the Magazine Krokodil Bass and piano 1965
122 String Quartet No. 11 in F minor String quartet 1966
123 Preface to the Complete Collection of My Works and Brief Reflections on this Preface Bass and piano 1966
124 Two Choruses after Davidenko Chorus and orchestra 1962
125 Re-scoring of orchestral accompaniment to Schumann's Cello Concerto in A minor Cello and orchestra 1963
126 Cello Concerto No. 2 in G minor Cello and orchestra 1966
127 Seven Songs on Poems by Alexander Blok Soprano, violin, cello and piano 1967
128 Romance "Spring, Spring" to Verses by Pushkin Bass and piano 1967
129 Violin Concerto No. 2 in C-sharp minor Violin and orchestra 1967
130 Funeral-Triumphal Prelude Orchestra 1967
131 October, symphonic poem in C minor Orchestra 1967
132 Music to the film Sofiya Perovskaya Orchestra 1967
133 String Quartet No. 12 in D-flat major String quartet 1968
134 Sonata for Violin Violin and piano 1968
135 Symphony No. 14 Soprano, bass, string orchestra and percussion 1969
136 Loyalty, eight ballads after Dolmatovsky Male chorus 1970
137 Music to the film King Lear Orchestra 1970
138 String Quartet No. 13 in B-flat minor String quartet 1970
139 March of the Soviet Militia Military band/Wind orchestra 1970
140 Six Romances on Verses by English Poets Bass and chamber orchestra 1971
141 Symphony No. 15 in A major Orchestra 1971
142 String Quartet No. 14 in F-sharp major String quartet 1972-1973
143 Six Poems by Marina Tsvetayeva Contralto and piano 1973
144 String Quartet No. 15 in E-flat minor String quartet 1974
145 Suite on Verses by Buonarrotti Bass and piano 1974
146 Four Verses of Captain Lebyadkin to texts by Dostoevsky Bass and piano 1975
The Dreamers, ballet in four acts Orchestra 1975
147 Sonata for Viola Viola and piano 1975 Last completed composition by Shostakovich.
Symphony No. 16, unfinished? Orchestra 1975 Possibly a speculation. In Soviet Weekly, April 1976, they reported that Shostakovich's last work had been performed. However, during rehearsals of Op. 145, Shostakovich considered the work his sixteenth symphony.[3]

See also[edit]

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
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j List of works by Shostakovich, sikorski.de
  4. ^ Shostakovi.ch Film "Girl Friends" Overview, Retrieved 22 December 2014

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