Georgiy Sviridov

Georgiy Sviridov (1915–1998)
2 choirs on S.A.Yesenin words (1967)
2 songs on S.S.Vilensky words (1967)
3 songs no A.Isaakyan words (1949)
Anthem of the USSR, Project (text by A. Tvardovsky, 1962)
Chamber Symphony for String Orchestra, Op.14
Children`s Album
Cossack Songs for Male Chorus and Piano (1936)
Eight Romances on poems by Lermontov
Eleven Songs for Bass (A. Vedernikov, G. Sviridov)
Ester, for soprano, mezzo-soprano, baritone, bass, piano and chorus
Five choirs in the words of Russian poets
Five songs on poems by Russian poets
Four Songs on words of A. Prokofev for mixed choir accompanied by instrumental ensemble, dedicated V. F. Veselov
From Shakespeare: Seven Songs for Voice and Piano
Hymns and Prayers
Leryazhia Kanavka, for Choir
Literary and musical composition `I love thee, Peter`s creation`(A. Pushkin)
Live on Earth Only Once, poem by S. Yesenin
Lyrics of Sloboda, a vocal cycle in words of A. Prokofiev and M. Isakovsky
Moment Musical
Music for Chamber Orchestra
Night Out Light, poem by N. Klyuev
Nine Songs, poems by A. Blok
On the Lost Youth, the Author`s Version for Bass and Mixed Choir
Partita in E minor
Partita in F minor
Parts of works
Piano Trio in a-moll (1945, rev. 1955)
Poem to the memory of Sergei Esenin for tenor, chorus and orchestra
Poem `Lapotny Muzhik` for mixed choir accompanied by an instrumental ensemble, lyrics by P. Oreshin
Poem Country of My Fathers for tenor, bass and piano on verses Avetik Isahakyan (1950)
Pushkin Wreath, a concert for choir
Quintet for piano, two violins, viola and cello (1945)
Romances and Songs
Romances and songs to words by A. Block
Romances and songs to words of Russian and foreign poets
Sacred Easter, for mixed choir and orchestra
Seven choruses on poems by Russian poets
Seven Little Pieces for Piano (1934-1935)
Siberia, for Mixed Choir and Bass Solo, in the words of V. Sayanov
Six romances on verses by A. Pushkin
Small Lights, musical comedy (1951)
Small Triptych
Sonata for Piano
Song of Mary, poem by A. Pushkin
Songs to words by R. Burns (trans. S. Marshak)
Strange Christmas
String Quartet (1946)
Symphony 1 in e-moll
Three chorus to the drama of AK Tolstoy`s `Tsar Fyodor Ivanovich`
Three miniatures for chorus
Three old songs of Kursk province for mixed choir, Two Violas solo, Two Pianos, Ocarina and Percussion
Three pieces from an album for children
Three poems by A. S. Pushkin for chorus
Three songs to words by A. Isahakian
Twenty-five songs for bass
Two Choirs, for mixed choir a cappella, words of Sergei Yesenin
Two songs to words by A. Barto for children or women`s choir with piano and percussion
Whip of Juvenal, cantata for solo bass, mixed choir and orchestra
Zapevka (To Sing of Russia...) for Chorus, poems by I. Severianin
`Autumn` for choir and organ on F.I.Tyutchev words (1981)
`Blizzard`, musical illustrations for the story, AS Pushkin
`Hello, Russia!` for voice, mixed choir and symphonic orchestra to words of Nikolai Rubtsov
`Hymns to the Motherland`, three of the choir on poems by F. Sologub
`I lived a lot in hotels ...` for voice and piano on K.M.Simonov words (1948)
`In autumn` (`Two girls are singing`) for voice and piano on M.V.Isakovsky words (1958)
`In memory of Alexander Yurlov` concert for the choir
`Ineffable Light`, poem by A. Blok
`My father is a peasant,` a song cycle on poems by C. Esenin for tenor, baritone and piano (1956)
`Night Clouds` cantata on verses by Alexander Blok for chamber choir
`Pathetic Oratorio` in the words of Mayakovsky for bass, mezzo-soprano, mixed chorus and orchestra
`Petersburg`, a song cycle on poems by Alexander Blok
`Red Bells`, suite from the film music (1984)
`Russia turned its back`, a song cycle on poems by C. Esenina (1982)
`Siberian song` for voice and piano on I.L.Selvinsky words (1936)
`Sing Me That Song`, for female choir a capella to verses of S. Yesenin
`Snow go`, cantata on poems of Boris Pasternak for chamber choir, boys` choir and orchestra
`Songs of timelessness`, four chorus on poems by Alexander Blok
`Spring Cantata` for chorus and orchestra (1972)
`St. Petersburg Songs`, a song cycle on poems by Alexander Blok for soprano, mezzo-soprano, baritone, bass, violin, cello and piano (1963)
`The Friendly Guest`, cantata to words of S.Esenin
`The soul longs for heaven `, the chorus to the verses Sergey Esenin
`These poor villages` - romance for voice, oboe and piano to words by F.I.Tyutchev (1965)
`Time, Forward!`, Suite from the film music
`Woe` to the words of A .K. Tolstoy for the choir
`Wooden Russia`, cantata on verses by C. Esenina for tenor, chorus and chamber orchestra
 
     

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