Mykola Lysenko

Mykola Lysenko (1842–1912)
1st Rhapsody on Ukrainian National Themes (1875), op. 8
2nd Rhapsody for piano on Ukrainian National Themes (1877), Op.18
3 esquisses for piano (1899-1902), op.posth
Arias
Barcarolle (1873)
Brilliant Waltz
Byut porogi, cantata (1878)
Chernomorets, opera (1872)
Cherubic (Kheruvimskaya)
Christmas Night , Opera (1882)
Cradle, for piano (1895) op.33
Dream on the subject of folk song `On the sweet honey` for piano (1876) op.12
Elegiac capriccio for violin and piano (1894) Op. 32
Elegy in Memory of T.Shevchenko for violin and piano (1912)
Fantasy on 2 Ukrainian Themes for violin and piano (1873), Op. 21
Impromptu in G-sharp minor in the style of Chopin (1900) op.38
Kant of Crucifixion, for mixed choir
Koza-Dereza, Children`s Opera (1888)
Kozak-Shumka, symphonic fantasia (1872)
May Night, or the Drowned, opera (1883)
Natalka Poltavka, opera arias
Ne spivaite, pivni. Processing of the Ukrainian folk song
Nocturne in B-Flat Minor (1874) Op. 9
Nocturne in C-Sharp Minor (1877) Op.19
On the eternal memory of Kotliarevsky, cantata for soloists, chorus and orchestra (1895)
Pan Kotsky, Children`s Opera (1891)
Prayer for Ukraine (God, the great, keep Ukraine) (1885)
Psalm `Immaculate Virgin, mother of Russian Land` for mixed choir
Raduisya, niva nepolitaya, cantata (1883)
Romance for violin and piano (1896) Op. 27
Sonata in f-moll, . 16 (1875)
Songs, ballads
Spiritual Choir (1909)
Taras Bulba, opera (1880-90)
The opera `Natalka-Poltavka`
Three pieces from `Summer album of 1901` OP. 39
Three pieces from `The Summer Album 1900` op.37
Ukrainian Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, . 34
Valse brillante for piano (1875)
Youth Symphony in C Major (1869), Edited by. M. Skorik
Zapirozhski March