New Collected Works

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New Collected Works


91
2010

“From Jewish Folk Poetry”. Song Cycle for Soprano, Contralto and Tenor with Piano Accompaniment, Op. 79. “Satires” (“Pictures of the Past”) on Verses by Sasha Chorny. Song Cycle for Soprano and Piano, Op. 109. Seven Poems by Alexander Blok. Vocal-instrumental Suite for Soprano, Violin, Cello and Piano, Op. 127.
Editor-in-chief Manashir Iakubov. Edited by Victor Ekimovsky. Explanatory article by Manashir Iakubov.

92
2010

Two Fables by Ivan Krylov. Op. 4. Two Romances on Verses by Mikhail Lermontov. Op. 84. Spanish Songs. Op. 100. Six Songs on Poems by Marina Tsvetayeva. Op. 143. Greek Songs. Sans op. For voice and piano. Joan Smith. “Bird of Peace”. Sans op. Adaptation for voice and piano.
Editor-in-chief Manashir Iakubov. Edited by Victor Ekimovsky. Explanatory article by Manashir Iakubov.

93
2015

Six Romances on Japanese Poems. Op. 21. Two Songs on Verses by Mikhail Svetlov (“Lullaby”, “Song of the Lantern”). Op. 72. Four Romances on Verses by Yevgeni Dolmatovsky. Op. 86. Madrigal. Sans op. For tenor soloist and piano. Four Romances on Poems by Alexander Pushkin. Op. 46. Four Monologues on Verses by Alexander Pushkin. Op. 91. “Spring, Spring...”. Words by Alexander Pushkin. Op. 128. For bass soloist and piano.
Edited by Victor Ekimovsky. Explanatory article by Maria Karachevskaya.

94
2014

Five Romances on Texts from the Krokodil Magazine. Op. 121. Piano score. Score. (Instrumentation by B. Tishchenko. Published for the first time). Preface to the Complete Collection of My Works and a Brief Reflection Apropos This Preface. Words and music by Dmitri Shostakovich. Op. 123. Piano score. Score. (Instrumentation by L. Desyatnikov. Published for the first time). Four Verses of Captain Lebyadkin. Op. 146. Piano score. Score. (Instrumentation by B. Tishchenko. Published for the first time).
Edited by Victor Ekimovsky. Explanatory article by Tamara Levaya.

95
2012

Six Romances on Verses by W. Raleigh, R. Burns and W. Shakespeare. Op. 62. Five Romances on Verses by Yevgeni Dolmatovsky. Op. 98. “There Were Kisses”. Words by Yevgeni Dolmatovsky. Sans op. For bass soloist and piano.
Edited by Victor Ekimovsky. Explanatory article by Maria Karachevskaya. Editor-in-chief Manashir Iakubov.

97
2018

Dmitri Shostakovich’s Arrangements for Frontline Ensembles (Songs for the Front).
For soloist, violin and cello. Sans Op. (1941).
Edited by Victor Ekimovsky.
Editing of Music Texts and Explanatory Article by Elvira van Domburg-Okuneva, Larisa Miller, Florentina Panchenko and Tamara Skvirskaya.