List of works by Aleksey Davidov

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Works with Opus Number

  1. Muss ich a Gluckestagen trauern [О, если плачу я]
  2. Du bist mein Morgen [Ты моё утро]
  3. Was klagest du [О, не грусти]
  4. So wisse denn [Ты хочешь знать]
  5. Bist du mir fern [О, без тебя]
  1. Es hebt ihren Blick von der Welle [Из вод подымая головку]
  2. Schau, es dammert [Вечер гаснет]
  3. Die Nacht am Meeresgestade („Ueberden Spiegel der Wogen“) [Ночь на берегу моря]
  • Op.6 - Romance in F minor for cello and piano, published by Jurgenson in 1903
  • Op.7 - Southern Night (Nacht des Sudens) [Южная ночь], for Mixed Chorus
  • Op.8 - Asters [Астры], for Voice with Cello and Piano
  • Op.10 - 7 Romances 'Eine alte Geschichte'
  1. Schmerze weih' ich meine Lieder
  2. Ach! bindet mir die Hände doch
  3. Ach, säh'st du mich nur einmal an
  4. Dein Kuss, der auf dem Mund dir lag
  5. Ich habe getrunken der Sonne Allverzehrende Glut
  6. Du gabst mir einmal eine Rose
  7. Mich friert in heissem Sonnenbrand
  • Op.11 - Fantasia for cello and orchestra
  • Op.12 - String Sextet in E for strings
  • Op.13 - Le Prince-Jardinier [Принц садовник], ballet in 1 act, published 1907 (first performed in 1907 at the Mariinsky Theater, St. Petersburg) : libretto by Valerian Svetlov (1860-1934), after Hans Christian Andersen (1805−1875)

Works without Opus Number

  • String Quartet - won the Belyayev Prize in 1891
  • The Sunken Bell [Потонувший колокол] (Die versunkene Glocke : Oper in 4 Aufzügen), an opera (1900)
  • Sister Beatrice [Сестра Беатриса], an opera after Maurice Maeterlinck. Eine mittelalterliche Legende in drei Abteilungen. (published ca.1910, first performed in 1914 - Stage design by Nicholas Roerich)
  • Romances for voice and piano (in Russian and German, published by Jurgenson)
  1. Geh hinweg, schau nicht her" f. mittlere
  2. Warum?: „О sprich, warum wir uns getroffen" f. tiefe
  • Gavotte and Mazurka for balalaika and piano composed in Berlin in 1939, published by Heinrichshofen (edited by Ignatieff) in 1988