List of works by Reinhold Glière

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Works with Opus Number

  • Op.36 - Six Romances for voice accompanied by piano (1908)
  • Op.37 - Four two-part children's choirs accompanied by piano (1908)
  • Op.38 - Twenty-four easy pieces for piano four hands (1908)
  • Op.39 - Eight Duets for violin and cello (1909)
  • Op.40 - Two Esquisses for piano (1909)
  • Op.41 - Six pieces for two pianos four hands (1909)
  • Op.42 - Symphony No. 3, Ilya Murometz, in B minor (1909-1911)
  • Op.43 - Eight easy pieces for piano (1909)
  • Op.44 - Four Romances for voice and piano (1908)
  • Op.45 - Twelve easy pieces for violin and piano (1909)
  • Op.46 - Four Romances for voice with piano (1909)
  • Op.47 - Twelve Sketches (middle difficulty) for piano in three Bks. (1909)
  • Op.48 - Twelve pieces of middle difficulty for piano four hands (1909)
  • Op.49 - Twelve Duets for two violins (1909)
  • Op.50 - Two Romances for voice with piano (1909)
  • Op.51 - Twelve album sheets for cello and piano (1910)
  • Op.52 - Twelve romances for voice and piano (1911)
  • Op.53 - Ten duets for two cellos (1911)
  • Op.54 - Seven artistic-instructive pieces for violin and piano in two Bks. (1911)
  • Op.55 - Two women choirs accompanied by piano (1911)
  • Op.56 - Three Esquisses for piano (1911)
  • Op.57 - Gazelle about a rose, Seven romances for voice and piano (1911)
  • Op.58 - Seven romances for voice and piano (1912)
  • Op.59 - Seven romances for voice and piano (1912)
  • Op.60 - Two poems for voice (Soprano) and orchestra (1st Ed. 1924, 2nd Ed. 1942)
  • Op.61 - Twenty-four pieces for two pianos four hands (1912)
  • Op.62 - Seven romances for voice and piano (1912)
  • Op.63 - Twelve romances for voice and piano (1913)
  • Op.64 - The Zaporozhe Cossaks, Symphonic ballet-piece (after the painting of Ilya Efimovich Repin) in F Major (1921)
  • Op.65 - Khrizis, Mimes ballet in three acts (1st Ed. 1912, 2nd Ed. 1925)
    • Op.65a - Suite No.1 from the ballet Khrizis for symphonic orchestra (1925)
    • Op.65b - Suite No.2 from the ballet Khrizis for symphonic orchestra (1925)
  • Op.66 - Trisna, Symphonic Poem in F minor (1911-1915)
  • Op.67 - Quartet No.3 for two violins, viola and cello in D minor (1927)
  • Op.68 - The comedians, Ballet in three acts with prologue (1st Ed. 1922, 2nd Ed. 1930, 3rd Ed. 1935)
    • Op.68a - Suite No.1 for Symphonic Orchestra from the Ballet The comedians (1930)
    • Op.68b - Suite No.2 for Symphonic Orchestra from the Ballet The comedians (1930)
  • Op.69 - Shakh-Senem, Opera in four acts (1st Ed. 1923-25, 2nd Ed. 1926-1934)
    • Op.69a - Suite for Symphonic Orchestra from the Opera Shakh-Senem (1933)
  • Op.70 - The Red Poppy, Ballet in three acts (1st Ed. 1926-27, 2nd Ed. 1949, 3rd Ed. 1955)
    • Op.70a - Suite No. 1 from the Ballet The Red Poppy for symphonic orchestra (1950)
    • Op.70b - Suite No. 2 from the ballet The Red Poppy for symphonic orchestra (1950)
  • Op.71 - Heroic March of the Burjat-Mongolian ASSR (1934-36)
  • Op.72 - Solemn overture for large symphonic orchestra in G major (1937)
  • Op.73 - Zapovit (The bequest). Symphonic poem in E minor (1941)
  • Op.74 - Concerto for harp and symphony orchestra in E major (1938)
  • Op.75 - Feast in Fergana overture for large symphonic orchestra in D major (1940)
  • Op.76 - Fieldmarch for wind orchestra in B Major (1941)
  • Op.77 - Overture on Slavonic themes for symphonic orchestra in F major (1941)
  • Op.78 - Cleopatra, Egyptian nights, Ballet mime in one act (1925)
  • Op.79 - The friendship of the peoples Overture for symphonic orchestra in A major (1941)
  • Op.80 - Symphonic Fantasy for Folk-Instruments orchestra in F major (1943)
  • Op.81 - Rachel opera in one act (1942-43)
  • Op.82 - Concerto for Coloratura Soprano and symphonic orchestra in F minor/F major (1942-43)
  • Op.83 - Quartet No.4 for two violins, viola and cello in F minor (1943)
  • Op.84 - Twenty fife years Red Army, Overture for wind orchestra in E minor (1943)
  • Op.85 - Music to the piece Farchad and Shirin (1946)
  • Op.86 - Victory Overture for symphonic orchestra in B minor (1944)
    • Op.86a - The above piece for wind orchestra (1945)
  • Op.87 - Concerto for cello and symphonic orchestra in D minor (1945-46)
  • Op.88 - Music to the movie Alisher Nawoi (1947)
  • Op.89 - The Bronze Horseman ballet in four acts (1948-49)
    • Op.89a - Suite from the Ballet The Bronze Horseman for symphonic orchestra (1949)
  • Op.90 - Conzert waltz for symphonic orchestra in D major (1950)
  • Op.91 - Concerto for Horn and symphonic orchestra in B major (1950)
  • Op.92 - Taras Bulba ballet in four acts (1951-52)
    • Op.92a - Suite from the ballet Taras Bulba for symphonic orchestra (1951-52)
  • Op.93 - Glory of the Soviet army Cantata for soloists, choir, narrator, symphonic- and wind orchestra (1953)
  • Op.94 - Lejli and Medshnun Opera in four acts (1940)
  • Op.95 - Not Used
  • Op.96 - Gjulsara Opera in four acts (1949)
  • Op.97 - Festive overture for symphonic orchestra in D major (1955)
  • Op.98 - Not Used
  • Op.99 - 2 Pieces for Piano (1955)
  • Op.100 - Concert (Concert-Allegro) for violin and symphonic orchestra in G minor, Posth. (1956)

Works without Opus Number

  • 1900
    • Earth and Heaven opera-oratorio after the Poem of George Gordon Byron
  • 1905
    • Schluck und Jau music after the play of Gerhardt Hauptmann
  • 1914
  • 1916
    • Quiet and deep is the hour before the twilight, Romance for voice and piano
  • 1918
    • Oj, u poli shito, Septet for men and woman-voices
    • Bulo lito, Mixed Choir, à cappella
  • 1919
    • The Imitation of Ezekiel, Symphonic Poem (Melodram) for narrator AND orchestra
  • 1920
    • Haidamaken, Music to a piece of Taras Grigorjevich Shevtshenko
  • 1921
    • Whirlwind, Music to a piece of Emile Verhaeren
  • 1922
    • Oedipus Rex, Music to the Tragedy of Sophocles
  • 1923
    • Lysistrata, Music to the Comedy of Aristophanes
    • Through the grey smoke, Quartet for men voices
  • 1924
    • The chalk circle, Music to the play of Klabund
    • For the Festival of the Komintern, Fantasy for wing-orchestra
    • March of the Red Army, or wing orchestra
    • Üsküdar, Turkish song for Cornet (Trumpet) and piano
    • The Grashoppers, Music to the play of E. O. Ljubimowa-Lanski
    • Old Waltz, Romance for voice and piano
    • Two Romances for voice and piano.
  • 1926
    • Esmeralda, or symphony orchestra
  • 1927
    • Figaro's Wedding, Music to the Comedy of P. Beaumarchais
  • 1930
    • Othello, Music to the Tragedy of William Shakespeare
  • 1931
    • The earth is thirsty, Music to the cinema film
  • 1932
    • Two Songs for Choir for two voices and piano
  • 1933
    • Conveyor belt of the death, Music to the cinema film
  • 1934
    • Symphonic Fragment
    • Molière, Music to the play of M. A. Bulgakov
  • 1935
    • The governors' Buddhas, Music to the cinema film
    • The Cossacks whistled it, Ukrainian folk song. For mixed Choir with big symphony orchestra.
  • 1936
    • Gjul'sara, musical drama
  • 1937
  • Gjul'sara, Overture of the musical drama
  • 1938
    • Song about the steam locomotive, for voice and piano
  • 1939
    • Friends meet again, Music to the cinema film
    • Zdravica (A Toast), for voice and orchestra
    • Brave Hearts, In a front of heroic patriots..., song for voice and piano
  • 1941
    • Brave Hearts, In a front of heroic patriots..., transcription for solo-voice and two voice Choir accompanied with piano
    • Two Songs for voice and piano
  • 1942
    • For the Happiness of the Fatherland, Overture for symphony orchestra
  • 1943
    • Young Mongolia, Song for voice and piano
    • Two mixed Choirs, à cappella
    • Song of the work, for solo-voice and Choir accompanied with piano
  • 1947
    • Impromptu for harp and piano
    • Moscow stands, for voice and piano
    • Zwei Romanzen for voice and piano
    • Letter to Sibiria, In the depth of the Siberian ore..., Vocal Quartet
    • The bride solicitor and the suitors, Vocal Quartet
  • 1953
    • The end of ceremonial, Choir after a Text of the chinese poet Zjui Juan
  • 1954
    • March of the Sovjet Army, For folk instruments orchestra
    • Song of the mothers, womens choir
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