Otar Gordeli

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Otar Gordeli (November 18, 1928 – 1994) was a composer in the country of Georgia.

Gordeli was born in Tbilisi, Georgia. He was educated at the Tbilisi State Conservatory.[1]


  • Piano Quintet (1950)
  • Piano Concerto in C minor, op. 2 (1952): LP Melodiya D 015189-90: Moscow Radio SO, A. Gauk (cond), A. Iokheles (piano)
  • Festivities Overture
  • Concerto in D Major for flute and orchestra, op. 8 (1959): LP Melodiya D 015189-90: Moscow Radio Orchestra, Y. Svetlanov (cond), A. Korbeyev (flute)
  • Piano Sonata (1960)
  • And furthermore: Choruses, Incidental music, Instrumental music, Romances

Notes and references[edit]

  • Most of the information was found from this website.
  • ^ Slonimsky, Nicolas (October 1959). "Glière: Concerto for Voice and Orchestra. Pakhmutova: Concerto in E-Flat Minor for Trumpet and Orchestra. Manevich: Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra. Gordeli: Concerto in D Major for Flute and Orchestra". The Musical Quarterly. 45 (4): 570–571. doi:10.1093/mq/XLV.4.567. JSTOR 740609.