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Academic music

2015  

“Adagio for two”for fortepiano. Union of Artists, compilation Composers of Russia #9, Saint Petersburg.

Waltz  “Gramophone”; arrangement for fortepiano.

De-atâtea ori (Time and Time Again). Poems by Mihai Eminescu (romanian), a romance for voice and piano (orchestra).

Mă-ntrebai (You asked me). Poems by Mihai Eminescu (romanian), romance for voice and piano (orchestra).

Alei mică, alei dragă (Hey Baby, Hey Darling). Poems by  Mihai Eminescu (romanian), romance for voice and piano (orchestra).

De-ar fi mijloace (If Only There Was a Сhance), poetry of Mihai Eminescu (romanian), romance for voice and piano (orchestra).

Fecioara Maria (A Prayer), poetry of Mihai Eminescu (romanian), romance for voice and piano (orchestra).

Adio,Veronica (Good-bye, Veronica), poetry of Mihai Eminescu (romanian), romance for voice and piano (orchestra).

«Sunt lăcrămioarele-nflorite», (Snowdrops Are Blooming). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«Lumineze-n ceruri luna», (Shine in the Sky, Moon). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

 

2014

Ştefan cel Mare (Shtefan the Great), the songs on verses of Mihai Eminescu

“A Song about the Romanian Language” to verses by Grigori Vieru (Romanian) for a choir and a symphonic orchestra.

Te duci (You Are Leaving). Aria on verses Mihai Eminescu (Mihai Eminescu). The score.

Floare-albastră (A Blue Flower). On verses of Mihai Eminescu (Mihai Eminescu). For soloists, chorus and Symphony orchestra.

 

2013

“Prayer”,a cantata to the poetry of Ilya Reznik for soloists, a choir and a symphonic orchestra.

 “Nostalgia”, a piece for fortepiano.Composers of Russia, Saint Petersburg.

 “Because I long for you”; poems by Veronica Micle (Romanian), a romance for voice and fortepiano (an orchestra and cymbals).

“Uitarea” (Oblivion). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“Şi te urăsc” (If Only I Could Reach Out and Touch You). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“Să pot întinde mâna” (Hand to reach up to you). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“Am plecat” (I'm Gone). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

"“Și de ce te mai plâng?” (Why Are You Crying?). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“De dorul tău” (I Long For You). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“Am urât această lume” (I Detest This World). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

"Din sufletu-mi icoana ta” (Your Image (Icon) Is in My Soul). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“De-aş putea” (If Only I Could). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“S-a pus vălul” (Darkness Came). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“Aş vrea să vin la tine” (I Would Like to Come to You). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“Drag mi-ai fost” (I Loved You). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“Iubirea nestinsă” (Unextinguished Love).  Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

Dialoguri (Dialogues), the songs on verses of Mihai Eminescu. Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano).

Ştefan cel Mare (Shtefan the Great), the songs on verses of Mihai Eminescu. For soloists, a choir and a symphonic orchestra.

 “Quartet #5” (second redaction) for 2 violins, viola and cello.

 

2012

«De-ai şti iubute» (If Only You Knew, My Darling). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«Din pulbera iubirii mele» (From the Whirlwind Dust of My Love). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«O lacrimă de iubire» (Tears of Love). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«O sărutare voi să-ţi cer» (I Only Ask for One Kiss). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«De-aş putea» (If Only I could!). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«Drag mi-ai fost» (I Used to Love You Once). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«Pasăre cu pene-albastre» (A Blue-feathered Bird). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«Lumineze-n ceruri luna» (The Moon Is Shining in the Sky). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«Sunt lăcrămioarele-nflorite» (Snowdrops Are Blooming). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«Аl durerii mele foc» (The Flame of My Pain). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«Ah, du-te!»  (Ah, Leave!).  Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

«Povestea crinului» (The Tale of a Poplar). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For children's choir.

«Povestea rozei» (The Tale of a Rose).  Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For children's choir.

«Povestea lăcrămioarelor» (The Tale of a Snowdrop). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For children's choir.

 

2011

“A White Notebook on a Black Piano”, a compilation of pieces for fortepiano.Union of Artists, Saint Petersburg, 2012.

«Te stiam numai din nume» (I Knew You Only by Name ). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

“The Winter Notebook”, a compilation of pieces for fortepiano, Union of Artists.

“Skripunellas”, a compilation of pieces for  violinduets and fortepiano (Skripunella, Karusella, The Little Parrot, Bear Cubs, The Little Swing, Baby Ducks, Sneakers, Old Pictures, Rollerblading, Little Moths, Yay, vacation!). Union of Artists. Saint Petersburg.

“A Luminous Voice”, vocalization for soprano and baritone with an orchestra (2 versions).

“An Overcast Day”, a piece for fortepiano from the cycle “The Summer Notebook.”

“I love You”, a piece for fortepiano from the film with the same title.

“Love Starts Simply”; poetry of Michail Tanich, a song arranged for voice and fortepiano.

“Forgive Me, My Dear”; poetry by Constantine Brusov, a romance arranged for voice, violin, guitar, piano and bass.

“A Medley” based on E. Doga’s most popular pieces for the chamber orchestra ‘Seasons’.

 

 2010

“Suita #6” for a chamber orchestra (Quartet #6).

“Tango” for a chamber orchestra.

“Paraphrase” for violin and a chamber orchestra (fortepiano).

 

2009

“A Dedication to the Academy of Science” for a symphonic orchestra and choir.

“Two Tangos” for fortepiano.

 

 2008

“Prelude”; an arrangement for fortepiano.

“Caprice”, a piece for fortepiano.

Să ţin încă o data (I Would Like to Hold Your Hand). Poetry of Mihai Eminescu (romanian), romance for voice and piano (orchestra).

 

 2007

“Lamento”, a piece for fortepiano and a symphonic orchestra.

“Tango” for a chamber orchestra.

 

2005

“Quartet #5” for 2 violins, viola and cello, first redaction.

 

 2004

“Good-bye”, vocalization for a high-pitched voice and a symphonic orchestra.

“A Prelude” for flute and fortepiano.

“Lacrimosa” for a high-pitched voice and a chamber orchestra.

“Suita #5” for a chamber orchestra.

 

2003

“Not Spring…” to poetry by A. Koltsov, a romance for voice and a symphonic orchestra.

“Addio”, vocalization for voice, melodica and orchestra.

“A Ballad about Tanya Savicheva”, poetry by Victor Gin, for voice, a vocal ensemble and orchestra, arranged for voice and fortepiano.

 

 2002

“Addio”, vocalization for voice, melodica and a symphonic orchestra.

 Lumineze sterele (Starlight) poetry of Mihai Eminescu (romanian), romance for voice and piano (orchestra).

 

1999

“Luceafarul”, a concert version of the ballet.

"Nu plange"  ( Don’t Cry). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). Poems by Veronica Micle (romanian). For voice and a symphonic orchestra (piano). 

 “A Prelude”, a piece for fortepiano.

“Adagio”, a piece for fortepiano from the film “Queen Margo.”

“Rondo”, a piece for fortepiano from the film “Queen Margo.”

 

1998

“Ode to My City”; poetry by G. Vode, for voice, choir and symphonic orchestra.

 

1997

“Queen Margo”, a libretto presented by MichailLavrovi for the composition of a ballet.

“Dialogues of Love”, a libretto presented by Victor Krecheun (Romanian) for the composition of an opera based on works of Mihai Eminescu and Veronica Micle.

“Demetra”; poetry by Emil Loteanu, a hymn for the Sochi Film Festival for voice and a symphonic orchestra.

 

 1994

“Joy”, a piece for cello and fortepiano.

“Majestic March”; poetry by Aureliu Busuyok, a song for voice and fortepiano.

 

1993

“Quartet #4” for two violins, viola and cello.

 

 1989

“Swinging”; poetry by Grigori Vieru (Romanian), a vocal poem for an acapella choir.

“What Did I Do Wrong?”; poetry by Grigori Vieru (Romanian), a song-monologue for voice and a symphonic orchestra.

“Venancia”, a ballet, libretto by Leo Novikov.

 

1988

“A Luminous Voice”, vocalization for soprano, baritone and a symphonic orchestra, first edition.

 

1987

“Let There Be Peace”; poetry by Ion Podlyanu (Romanian), a cantata for 2 soloists, a choir and a symphonic orchestra.

“Vocalization” for voice and fortepiano.

 

1985

 “Sunny Flowers”; poetry by Emil Loteanu (Romanian), a cantata for voice, a choir and a symphonic orchestra.

“A Contemporary of Every Generation”; poetry by Robert Rozhdestvensky, a cantata for soloists, a choir, a children’s choir and a symphonic orchestra.

 

1984

“Your beloved gaze”, a series of romances to M. Eminescu’s verses. (Ochiul tău iubit):

  • Ochiul tău iubit (Your beloved gaze),
  • Misterele nopții (Nocturnal mysteries),  
  • De-aş avea şi meu o floare (If Only I Had a Flower),
  • Peste vîrfuri (Over the Peaks),
  • O, rămâi (Oh, stay). 

 “A Festive Overture” for a symphonic orchestra.

“A White Rainbow”; poetry by Emil Loteanu (Romanian), a cantata for voice, a choir and a symphonic orchestra.

“Let There Be Sun” (A Lark); poetry by Grigori Vieru (Romanian), a vocal-choreographic suite for a children’s choir and a symphonic orchestra.

 

 1983

“Luceafarul”, a ballet in 2 parts, 7 scenes. Libretto by Emil Loteanu, based on Mihai Eminescu’s poem with the same title.

“String quartet #3” for 2 violins, viola and cello.

 

1982

“The Supreme Appeal”; poetry by Emil Loteanu (Romanian), a cantata for voice, a choir and a symphonic orchestra.

 

 1981

Six songs to poems of M. Eminescu for voice, women’s and children’s choir and an orchestra. (Only one song has been restored, the rest songs have been lost).

 

 1980

“Suite #1”, for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics in Moscow, 1980.

“Suite #2”, for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics in Moscow, 1980.

 

 1979

“Little Brooks”, a piece for accordion and orchestra.From the film “The Spring Olympics or the Choir Director.”

“A piece for a string quartet” for 2 violins, viola and cello.

“The Seagull of Hope”; poetry by E. Loteanu.A ballad for voice and an orchestra.

 

1977

“Spring Modulations”, vocalization for voice and a chamber orchestra.

 

 1973

“String Quartet #2” for two violins, viola and cello.

“A Sonnet”, a piece for harpsichord (piano) and an orchestra.

“A Ballad about Tanya Savicheva”; poetry by V. Gin, for voice, a vocal ensemble and an orchestra.

 

 1972

“Masts”; poetry by Mihai Eminescu (Romanian), a piece for an acapella choir.

“Desire”; poetry by Mihai Eminescu (Romanian), a piece for an acapella choir.

“Mysteries of the Night”; poetry by Mihai Eminescu, a romance for voice and fortepiano (orchestra).

 

 1970

“A Symphony” (started in 1967)

“The Spring of Humankind”; poetry by Ion Podlianu (Romanian), a cantata for voice, a choir and a symphonic orchestra.

 

  1969

“The Iasi Carnival”; poetry by VasileAleksandri (Romanian), a musical.

 

1968

“We Praise You, Moldova”; poetry by Emilian Bukov, a cantata for soloists, a choir and a symphonic orchestra (fortepiano).

 

 1967

 “9 choirs a capella”; poetry by Emilian Bukov (Romanian).

“Humoresque” and “Passacaglia” for a string quartet.

“Scherzo #1” for cello and fortepiano.

“Scherzo #2” for cello and fortepiano.

“City Rhythms”: 3 pieces for a dance orchestra.

 

1958 – 1965  

“Quartet #1” for 2 violins, viola and cello (1963).

“A Romance” for cello and fortepiano (an orchestra).

“An Overture” for a symphonic orchestra.

“By the Stream”, a piece for an orchestra.

A prelude for fortepiano.

A prelude for cello and fortepiano.

A scherzo for flute and fortepiano.

“Mom”, a symphonic piece inspired by an etching byDavid Aurel.

Moldavian folk songs and instrumental music arranged for orchestra. 

Exercises for fortepiano, an assignment for Solomon Lobel’s composition course, first redaction.

 

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