List of compositions by Dmitry Kabalevsky

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This is a list of compositions by Dmitry Kabalevsky.

Stage[edit]

  • Op. 24: Colas Breugnon, opera in 3 acts (1936–1938)
  • Op. 25: Music to the play Two Songs, after N. Shestakov (1937)
  • Op. 28: Golden Ears, ballet in 3 acts (1939–1940)
  • Op. 37: In the Fire, opera in 4 acts (1942)
  • Op. 47: The Taras Family, opera in 4 acts (1947–1950)
  • Op. 53: Nikita Vershinin, opera in 4 acts (1954–1955)
  • Op. 58: Song of Spring, operetta in 3 acts (1957)
  • Op. 83: The Sisters, opera in 3 acts (1968–1969)
  • Op. 90: Colas Breugnon, opera in 3 acts (second version) (1967–1968)

Orchestral[edit]

  • Symphonies
    • Op. 18: Symphony No. 1 in C sharp minor (1932)
    • Op. 19: Symphony No. 2 in C minor (1934)
    • Op. 22: Symphony No. 3 Requiem, on texts of N. Assayev, for chorus and orchestra (1933)
    • Op. 54: Symphony No. 4 in C minor (1956)
  • Op. 24A: Suite from Colas Breugnon (1938)
  • Op. 26: The Comedians, suite for small orchestra (1938–1940)
  • Op. 28A: Suite from Golden Ears (1939–1940)
  • Op. 29: Suite for Jazz Orchestra (1940)
  • Op. 56: Romeo and Julia, musical sketches for large symphony orchestra (1956)
  • Op. 64: Pathetique Overture (1960)
  • Op. 65: Spring, symphonic poem (1960)
  • Op. 78: To the Memory of the Heroes of Gorlovka, symphonic picture (1965)
  • Op. 85: The Eternal Flame in Bryansk, symphonic poem
  • Op. 95: The Heroes of the Revolution of 1905, for wind orchestra (1974)
  • Op. 96: ISME-Fanfares (1974)

Concerto[edit]

  • Piano
  • Violin
    • Op. 48: Violin Concerto in C major (1948)
  • Cello
    • Op. 49: Cello Concerto No. 1 in G minor (1948–1949)
    • Op. 77: Cello Concerto No. 2 in C minor (1964)

Vocal Orchestral[edit]

  • Op. 12: Poem of Struggle, after A. Sharov, for chorus and orchestra (1930–1931)
  • Op. 15: Music to the Radiocomposition Galitsiskaya Zacheria, after B. Yansens, for soloists, chorus and orchestra (1931)
  • Op. 31: Parade of the Youth, for children's chorus and orchestra (1941)
  • Op. 33: Three Vocal-Monologues, for voice and orchestra (1941)
  • Op. 35: Vast Motherland, cantata for mezzo-soprano, bass, chorus and orchestra (1941–1942)
  • Op. 36: Revenger of the People, suite on text by Y. Dolmatovski for mixed chorus and orchestra (1942)
  • Op. 57: Song of Tomorrow, Spring and Peace, cantata for children's chorus and orchestra (1957–1958)
  • Op. 63: The Leninists, cantata after Y. Dolmatovski for three choruses and large symphony orchestra (1958–1959)
  • Op. 72: Requiem, for soloists, mixed chorus, children's chorus and orchestra (1962)
  • Op. 82: On the Motherland, cantata after Z. Solodar, for children's chorus and orchestra (1965)
  • Op. 93: A Letter to the 30th Century, oratorio (1972)

Chamber/Instrumental[edit]

  • String Quartets
    • Op. 8: String Quartet No. 1 in A minor (1928)
    • Op. 44: String Quartet No. 2 in G minor (1945)
  • Violin
    • Op. 21: Improvisation for Violin and Piano (from the music of the film Night of St. Petersburg) (1934)
    • Op. 69: Rondo for Violin and Piano (1961)
    • Op. 80: Pieces for Violin and Piano (1965)
  • Cello
    • Op. 2: Two Pieces for Cello and Piano (1927)
    • Op. 49: Cello Concerto No. 1 in G minor (1948 and 1949)
    • Op. 68: Etudes in Major and Minor for Cello Solo (1961)
    • Op. 71: Sonata for Cello and Piano, in B-flat major (1962)
    • Op. 77: Cello Concerto No. 2 in C minor (1964)
    • Op. 79: To the Memory of Sergei Prokofiev, rondo for cello and piano (1965)

Piano[edit]

  • Op. 1: Three Preludes (1925)
  • Op. 3: Album of Children's Pieces (1927–1940)
  • Op. 5: Four Preludes (1927–1928)
  • Op. 6: Piano Sonata No. 1 in F major (1927)
  • Op. 13 No. 1: Piano Sonatina No. 1 in C major (1930)
  • Op. 13 No. 2: Piano Sonatina No. 2 in G minor (1933)
  • Op. 14: From the Life of a Pioneer, pieces for piano (1931)
  • Op. 20: Four Preludes (1933–1934)
  • Op. 27: Thirty Children's Pieces (1937–1938)
  • Op. 30: Three Pieces (1939)
  • Op. 38: Twenty-Four Preludes (dedicated to N. Miaskovsky) (1943–1944)
  • Op. 39: Twenty-Four Easy Pieces (1944)
  • Op. 40: Easy Variations in D major (Toccata) and in A minor (1944)
  • Op. 45: Piano Sonata No. 2 in E flat major (1945)
  • Op. 46: Piano Sonata No. 3 in F major (1946)
  • Op. 51: Easy Variations, volume 2: Five Variations on Folk-Themes (1952)
  • Op. 59: Rondo in A minor (1958)
  • Op. 60: Four Easy Rondos (1958)
  • Op. 61: Preludes and Fugues (1958–1959)
  • Op. 81: Spring-Dances (1965)
  • Op. 84: Recitative and Rondo (1967)
  • Op. 86: In The Camp of the Pathfinders, six pieces (1968)
  • Op. 87: Variations on Folk-Themes (1967)
  • Op. 88: Six Pieces (1971)
  • Op. 89: Thirty-Five Easy Pieces (1972–1974)
  • Op. 93A: Lyric Melodies (1971–1972)

Vocal/Choral[edit]

  • Op. 4:Tanets (song in 4th grade piano exam)
  • Op. 7: Two Songs after M. Artamonov and V. Shukovski, for high voice and piano (1928)
  • Op. 10: Three Songs after M. Gerassimov, M. Artamonov and N. Kliuyev, for voice and piano (1929–1930)
  • Op. 11: Eight Merry Songs after V. Kataev, for voice and piano (1929–1930)
  • Op. 16: Three Songs after E. Musam, A. Sharov and A. Surkov, for low voice and piano (1931–1932)
  • Op. 17: Eight Songs after O. Vissotskaya, A. Prishelts and A. Barto, for children's chorus and piano (1932)
  • Op. 32: Two Songs after A. Bezemenski and N. Vladimirski, for voice and piano (1941)
  • Op. 34: Three Songs after S. Marshak, for voice and piano (1941)
  • Op. 41: Seven Merry Songs after S. Marshak, for voice and piano (1944–1945)
  • Op. 42: Four Funny Songs after S. Marshak and S. Michalkov, for voice and piano (1945)
  • Op. 43: Two Russian Folk-Songs, for bass or tenor and piano (1945)
  • Op. 43A: Two Russian Folk-Songs, version for mezzo-soprano and piano (1964)
  • Op. 52: Ten Shakespeare Sonnets, for voice and piano (1953–1955)
  • Op. 55: Two Romances after A. Kovalenkov, for tenor and piano (1956)
  • Op. 62: In Fairy Tail's Forrest, musical pictures for narrator, voice and piano (1958)
  • Op. 66: The Camp of Friendship, songs of the pathfinders of Artek, for voice or children's chorus and piano (1961)
  • Op. 67: A Kitchen-Garden on View, round dances for children's chorus and piano (1961)
  • Op. 70: Three Dance-Songs, for voice and piano (1960)
  • Op. 73: Three Songs of Revolutionary Cuba, for voice and piano (1963)
  • Op. 74: Three Eightlines of R. Gamsatov, for mezzo-soprano and piano (1963)
  • Op. 76: Five Romances after R. Gamsatov, for mezzo-soprano and piano (1963–1964)
  • Op. 91: Conversation with a Cactus, eight children's songs after V. Viktorov for voice and piano (1969)
  • Op. 92: Three songs about Lenin, for children's chorus and piano (1970)
  • Op. 94: Three Songs-Plays after I. Rachillo, for children's chorus and piano (1973)
  • Op. 97: Songs of Friendship, for female chorus, children's chorus and soprano or tenor (1975)
  • Op. 98: Two Youth-Songs after V. Viktorov, for voice and piano (1975)
  • Op. 100: Time, six romances after S. Marshak for baritone and piano (1975)
  • Op. 101: Cry of the Song", cycle of romances after O. Tumanian for voice and piano (1978–1979)
  • Op. 102: " Tanets" song in grade 4 piano exam