List of compositions by Mieczyslaw Weinberg

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This is a list of Mieczysław Weinberg's compositions by opus number.

List of works[edit]

  • [no opus number]: Two Mazurkas (1933)
  • [no opus number]: Three Pieces for violin and piano (1934)
  • Opus 1: Lullaby for piano (1935)
  • Opus 2: String Quartet No. 1 (1937)
  • Opus 3: String Quartet No. 2 (1940)
  • Opus 4: Acacias, six romances after J. Tuwim for singer and piano (1940)
  • Opus 5: Piano Sonata No. 1 (1940)
  • Opus 6: Symphonic Poem for orchestra (1941)
  • Opus 7: Three Romances after J. Rivina and A. Prokofiev (1941)
  • Opus 8: Piano Sonata No. 2 (1942)
  • [no opus number]: Comrades in Arms, operetta (1942)
  • [no opus number]: Clarettes Career, operetta (1942)
  • Opus 9: Aria for string quartet (1942)
  • [no opus number]: Battle for the Fatherland, ballet (1942)
  • [no opus number]: The Sword of Uzbekistan, opera (1942)
  • Opus 10: Symphony No. 1 (1942)
  • Opus 11: Capriccio for string quartet (1943)
  • Opus 12: Sonata No. 1 for violin and piano (1943)
  • Opus 13: Children's Songs after I.L. Peretz for singer and piano (1943)
  • Opus 14: String Quartet No. 3 (1944)
  • Opus 15: Sonata No. 2 for violin and piano (1944)
  • Opus 16: Children's Notebook No. 1 (1944)
  • Opus 17: Jewish Songs after Shmuel Halkin (1944)
  • Opus 18: Piano Quintet (1944)
  • Opus 19: Children's Notebook No. 2 (1944)
  • Opus 20: String Quartet No. 4 (1945)
  • Opus 21: Sonata No. 1 for cello and piano in C major (1945)
  • Opus 22: Three Romances after A. Mickiewicz for singer and piano (1945)
  • Opus 23: Children's Notebook No. 3 (1945)
  • Opus 24: Piano Trio (1945)
  • [no opus number]: Fantasy on Themes from Adolphe Adam's opera "Le chalet" for orchestra (1945)
  • Opus 25: Six Romances after F. Tyutchev for singer and piano (1945)
  • Opus 26: Suite for small orchestra (1939–1945)
  • Opus 27: String Quartet No. 5 (1945)
  • Opus 28: Sonata for clarinet (or viola) and piano (1945)
  • Opus 29: Twelve Miniatures for flute and piano (1946)
  • Opus 30: Symphony No. 2 for string orchestra (1946)
  • Opus 31: Piano Sonata No. 3 (1946)
  • Opus 32: Elegy after F. Schiller for baritone and piano (1946)
  • Opus 33: Six Sonettes after W. Shakespeare for bass and piano (1946)
  • Opus 34: Twenty-One Easy Pieces for piano (1946)
  • Opus 35: String Quartet No. 6 (1946)
  • Opus 36: Festive Scenes for orchestra (1946–1947)
  • Opus 37: Sonata No. 3 for violin and piano (1947)
  • Opus 38: Four Romances after Maksym Rylsky and G. Nikolayeva for singer and piano (1947)
  • Opus 39: Sonata No. 4 for violin and piano (1947)
  • Opus 40: Two Ballet Suites for orchestra (1947)
  • [no opus number]: Two Choruses for male chorus a cappella (1948)
  • Opus 41: Sinfonietta No. 1 (1948)
  • Opus 42: Concertino for violin and string orchestra (1948)
  • Opus 43: Concerto for cello and orchestra in C minor (1948)
  • Opus 44: Greetings Overture for orchestra (1949)
  • Opus 45: Symphony No. 3 (1949)
  • Opus 46: Sonatina for violin and piano in D major (1949)
  • Opus 47 No. 1: Rhapsody on Moldavian Themes for orchestra (1949)
  • Opus 47 No. 2: Polish Tunes for orchestra (1949)
  • Opus 47 No. 3: Moldavian Rhapsody for violin and orchestra (1949)
  • Opus 47 No. 4: Serenada for orchestra (1949)
  • [no opus number]: Portraits of Friends for piano (1950)
  • [no opus number]: Improvisation for string quartet (1950)
  • [no opus number]: Suite for orchestra (1950)
  • Opus 48: String Trio (1950)
  • [no opus number]: Rhapsody on Slavonic Themes for orchestra (1950)
  • Opus 49: Sonatina for piano (1951)
  • [no opus number]: March for orchestra (1952)
  • [no opus number]: Kujawiak and Oberek for two xylophones and orchestra (1952)
  • Opus 50: At the Source of the Past, songcycle after Alexander Blok for mezzo-soprano and piano (1951)
  • Opus 51: In the Homeland, cantata after poems of Soviet children for boys-alto, boys chorus, mixed chorus and orchestra (1952)
  • [no opus number]: Overture for orchestra (1953)
  • Opus 52: Fantasy for cello and orchestra (1951–1953)
  • Opus 53: Sonata No. 5 for violin and piano (1953)
  • Opus 54: Partita for piano (1954)
  • Opus 55: The Golden Key, ballet in six scenes, after Alexey Tolstoy (1954–1955)
  • Opus 55A: Suite No. 1 from the ballet The Golden Key (1964)
  • Opus 55B: Suite No. 2 from the ballet The Golden Key (1964)
  • Opus 55C: Suite No. 3 from the ballet The Golden Key (1964)
  • Opus 55D: Suite No. 4 from the ballet The Golden Key (1964)
  • Opus 56: Piano Sonata No. 4 in B minor (1955)
  • Opus 57: Bible of the Gypsies, seven romances after J. Tuwim for mezzo-soprano and piano (1956)
  • Opus 58: Piano Sonata No. 5 (1956)
  • Opus 59: String Quartet No. 7 (1957)
  • Opus 60: Morning-Red, symphonic poem for orchestra (1957)
  • Opus 61: Symphony No. 4 in A minor (1957) (Revised in 1961)
  • Opus 62: Memories after J. Tuwim for middle-voice and piano (1957–1958)
  • Opus 63: Sonata for cello and piano No. 2 in C major (1958–1959)
  • Opus 64: The White Chrysantheme, ballet in three acts after A. Rumnev and J. Romanovich (1958)
  • Opus 65: In the Armenian Mountains after O. Tumanian for singer and piano (1958)
  • Opus 66: String Quartet No. 8 (1959)
  • Opus 67: Concerto for violin and orchestra in G minor (1959)
  • [no opus number]: Twelve Months, suite from the film (1959)
  • Opus 68: Symphonic Songs for orchestra (1959) (Revised from 1951 version)
  • Opus 69: Sonata for two violins (1959)
  • Opus 70: Seven Romances after Sándor Petőfi, for tenor and piano (1960)
  • Opus 71: Seven Romances after various poets for singer and piano (1940-1972)
  • Opus 72: Sonata No. 1 for cello solo (1960)
  • Opus 73: Piano Sonata No. 6 (1960)
  • Opus 74: Sinfonietta No. 2 for string orchestra and timpani (1960)
  • Opus 75: Concerto for flute and string orchestra (1961)
  • Opus 76: Symphony No. 5 in F minor (1962)
  • Opus 77: Old Letters after J. Tuwim for soprano and piano (1962)
  • Opus 78: Three romances after V. Sosnora, Y. Vinokurov and A. Yashin for singer and piano (1962)
  • Opus 79: Symphony No. 6 after Leib Kvitko, Shmuel Halkin and M. Lukonin for boys' chorus and orchestra (1962–1963)
  • Opus 80: String Quartet No. 9 (1963)
  • Opus 81: Symphony No. 7 in C major for strings and harpsichord (1964)
  • Opus 82: Sonata No. 1 for violin solo (1964)
  • Opus 83: Symphony No. 8 Flowers of Poland after J. Tuwim for tenor, mixed chorus and orchestra (1964)
  • Opus 84: Oh, Grey Fog, romance after J. Tuwim for bass and piano (1964)
  • Opus 85: String Quartet No. 10 (1964)
  • Opus 86: Sonata No. 2 for cello solo (1965)
  • Opus 87: The Diary of Love, cantata after S. Vygodski for tenor, boys' chorus and chamber orchestra (1965)
  • Opus 88: The Profile, song cycle after S. Vydodski for bass and piano (1965)
  • Opus 89: String Quartet No. 11 (1965–1966)
  • Opus 90: Words in Blood, song cycle after J. Tuwim for tenor and piano (1965)
  • Opus 91: Piotr Plaksin, cantata after J. Tuwim for tenor, alto and nineteen instruments (1965)
  • Opus 92: Hiroshima, cantata after Fukagawa for mixed chorus and orchestra (1966)
  • Opus 93: Symphony No. 9 Everlasting Times after J. Tuwim and V. Bronievsky for narrator, chorus and orchestra (1940–1967)
  • Opus 94: Concerto for trumpet and orchestra in B flat major (1966–1967)
  • Opus 95: Sonata No. 2 for violin solo (1967)
  • Opus 96: Requiem after D. Kedrin, M. Dudin, F. Garcia Lorca, Fukagawa and others for soprano, children's chorus, mixed chorus and orchestra (1965–1967)
  • Opus 97: The Traveller, (more commonly known as The Passenger), opera in two acts (1967–1968)
  • Opus 98: Symphony No. 10 in A minor (1968)
  • Opus 99: Triptychon after L. Staff for bass and orchestra (1968)
  • Opus 100: Twenty-four Preludes for cello solo (1968)
  • Opus 101: Symphony No. 11 Festive Symphony after various revolutionary poets for chorus and orchestra (1969)
  • Opus 102: Nobody did have known ......, poem after Demyan Bedny for soprano, chorus and orchestra (1970)
  • Opus 103: String Quartet No. 12 (1969–1970)
  • Opus 104: Concerto for clarinet and string orchestra (1970)
  • [no opus number]: Zosya, opera (1970)
  • Opus 105: The Madonna and the Soldier, opera in three acts after A. Medvedev (1970)
  • Opus 106: Sonata No. 3 for cello solo (1971)
  • Opus 107: Sonata No. 1 for viola solo (1971)
  • Opus 108: Sonata No. 1 for double-bass solo (1971)
  • Opus 109: The Love of d'Artagnan, opera after A. Dumas (1971)
  • Opus 110: When I sing this child asleep, song-cycle after G. Mistral for soprano and piano (1973)
  • Opus 111: Congratulations!, opera in one act after Sholom Aleichem's play Mazltov! (1975)
  • Opus 112: Lady Magnesia, opera in one act after G.B. Shaw (1975)
  • Opus 113: Six Ballet Scenes: Choreographic Symphony for orchestra (1973–1975)
  • Opus 114: Symphony no. 12 (1975–1976)
  • Opus 115: Symphony no. 13 (1976)
  • Opus 116: From the Lyrics of Zhukovsky, songcycle after V. Zhukovsky for bass and piano (1976)
  • Opus 117: Symphony No. 14 (1977)
  • Opus 118: String Quartet No. 13 (1977)
  • Opus 119: Symphony No. 15 I Believe in This Earth after M. Dudin for soprano, baritone, women's chorus and orchestra (1977)
  • Opus 120: Three Palmtrees after M. Lermontov for soprano and string quartet (1977)
  • Opus 121: Sonata No. 2 for cello solo (second version, 1977)
  • Opus 122: String Quartet No. 14 (1978)
  • Opus 123: Sonata No. 2 for viola solo (1978)
  • Opus 124: String Quartet No. 15 (1979)
  • Opus 125: From the Lyrics of Baratinsky, songcycle after Y. Baratynsky for bass and piano (1979)
  • Opus 126: Sonata No. 3 for violin solo (1979)
  • Opus 127: Trio for flute, harp and viola (1979)
  • Opus 128: The Portrait, opera in eight scenes after N. Gogol (1980)
  • Opus 129: The Golden Dress, operetta after E. Galperina (1980)
  • Opus 130: String Quartet No. 16 (1981)
  • Opus 131: Symphony no. 16 (1981)
  • Opus 132: The Relic, recitative for bass and piano
  • Opus 133: Sonata for bassoon solo
  • Opus 134: From Afanasy Fet's Poetry, songs for bass and piano
  • Opus 135: Sonata No. 3 for viola solo (1982)
  • Opus 136: Sonata No. 4 for viola solo (1983)
  • Opus 136bis: Sonata No. 6 for violin and piano (1982)
  • Opus 137: Symphony No. 17 Memory (1984)
  • Opus 138: Symphony No. 18 War, there is no word more cruel (1986)
  • Opus 139: Six Children's Songs for voice and piano (1986)
  • Opus 140: Sonata No. 4 for solo cello (1986)
  • Opus 141: String Quartet No. 1 (1986) (Recomposition of opus 2)
  • Opus 142: Symphony No. 19 The Bright May (1986)
  • Opus 143: The Banners of Peace, symphonic poem (1986)
  • Opus 144: The Idiot (opera), opera after F. Dostoyevsky (1985)
  • Opus 145: Chamber Symphony No. 1 (1987)
  • Opus 146: String Quartet No. 17 (1987)
  • Opus 147: Chamber Symphony No. 2 (1987)
  • Opus 148: Flute Concerto No. 2 (1987)
  • Opus 149: Music to the Film "The Tale of the Love for a Painter" (1987)
  • Opus 150: Symphony No. 20 (1988)
  • Opus 151: Chamber Symphony No. 3 (1991)
  • Opus 152: Symphony No. 21 ("Kaddish") (1991)
  • Opus 153: Chamber Symphony No. 4 (1992)
  • Opus 154: Symphony No. 22 (1993-94, orchestrated by Kirill Umansky in 2003)

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