List of works by Theodore Akimenko

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Works with Opus number

  • Op.14 Romances for voice and piano, 1896
    1. [Не медли] (Mikhail Lermontov)
    2. [Тихо все] (Aleksey Pleshcheyev)
    3. Lullaby [Колыбельная песня] (Apollon Maykov)
    4. Prayer [Молитва] (Mikhail Lermontov)
  • Op.24 Romances for voice and piano, 1898
    1. [Люблю если тихо] (Apollon Maykov)
    2. ["Тебе одной"] (O. Kareyev)
    3. [Она поет] (Mikhail Lermontov)
    4. [Из-под таинственной, холодной полумаски] (Mikhail Lermontov)
  • Op.33 Choruses (for mixed chorus a cappella) (Leipzig, 1899)
    1. Herbst [Осенние листья] (Apollon Maykov)
    2. Lerchengesang [Поле зыблется цветами] (Apollon Maykov)
    3. Der Quell [Клонит к лени полдень жгучий ](Aleksey Tolstoy)
  • Op.4Rusalka (after Mikhail Lermontov), for voice and piano, 1899
  • Op.54 Romances, for voice and piano, 1900
    1. [Знакомые звуки] (Aleksey Pleshcheyev)
    2. [Ещё я полн, о друг мой милый] (Apollon Maykov)
    3. [Fortunata ("Ах, люби меня")] (Apollon Maykov)
    4. [Слышу ли голос твой] (Mikhail Lermontov)
  • Op.64 Romances for voice and piano, 1899
    1. Night [Ночь] (Aleksandr Pushkin)
    2. I am sad [Мне грустно] (Mikhail Lermontov)
    3. I loved you [Я вас любил] (Aleksandr Pushkin)
    4. We have parted [Расстались мы] (Mikhail Lermontov)
  • Op.7String Trio in C minor, for Violin, Viola and Cello, 1899 (Leipzig, 1900)
  • Op.83 Romances, for voice and piano
    1. Captive Knight [Пленный рыцарь] (Mikhail Lermontov)
    2. [Нет, не тебя так пылко я люблю] (Mikhail Lermontov)
    3. [Расставанье] : Для среднего голоса с сопровожд. ф.-п. c.1-es.2; (Aleksandr Pushkin)
  • Op.92 Morceaux, for Violin and Piano (Leipzig, 1901)
    1. Romance
    2. Mazurka
  • Op.10 – ?
  • Op.112 Morceaux, for cello and piano (Leipzig, 1901)
    1. Valse melancolique
    2. Intermezzo
  • Op.12Eclogue [Пастушеская песня], for English Horn (or viola or violon) and Piano (1900) (Leipzig, 1901)
  • Op.13Romance, for viola and piano (Leipzig, 1902)
  • Op.14Idylle, for flute and piano (Leipzig, 1902)
  • Op.15Berceuse, for Violin and Piano (Leipzig, 1902)
  • Op.163 Morceaux, for piano (Leipzig, 1903)
    1. Chant d'automne [Осенняя песня]
    2. Idylle [Идиллия]
    3. Valse [Вальс]
  • Op.17Elegie, for cello and piano (1902) (Leipzig, 1903)
  • Op.18Nocturne, for horn and piano
  • Op.19Petite ballade, for clarinet and piano (Leipzig, 1903)
  • Op.20Poème lyrique, for orchestra (Leipzig, 1899 (piano 4 hands), 1903 (full score))
  • Op.215 Morceaux, for piano (Leipzig, 1903)
    1. Prelude [Прелюдия]
    2. Intermezzo [Интермеццо]
    3. Valse [Вальс]
    4. Melodie [Мелодия]
    5. Esquisse [Эскиз]
  • Op.22Consolation, for piano or harp (Paris, 1904)
  • Op.235 Preludes, for piano (Moscow, 1903)
    1. Conte fantastique
    2. Berceuse
    3. Songe d'enfant
    4. Songe d'une mere
    5. Le reveil
  • Op.245 Romances (or 5 Lieder), for voice and piano / Deutsch von Lina Esbeer (Moscow, 1904)
    1. [Тихой ночью] (Fyodor Tyutchev)
    2. ["Только узнал я тебя"] : е.1-а.2 (Anton Delvig)
    3. ["Еще томлюсь тоской желаний"] : h-fis.2 (Fyodor Tyutchev)
    4. ["Мне Вас не жаль"] : d.1-as.2 (Aleksandr Pushkin)
    5. [Восстань, боязливый] (Aleksandr Pushkin)
  • Op.25Uranie, La muse du ciel, esquisses fantastiques, for piano (Moscow, 1904)
  • Op.26Réminiscence [Воспоминание], mazurka for piano (Moscow, 1904)
  • Op.26bFantaisie in G major, for piano (1911?)
  • Op.273 Morceaux, for piano (Moscow, 1905)
    1. Caprices de la mer
    2. Rêverie au bord de la mer
    3. Marionnette
  • Op.28Au coin du feu, 3 pieces for piano (Moscow, 1905)
    1. Berceuse [Колыбельная песнь]
    2. Reverie
    3. Petite valse [Маленький вальс]
  • Op.28b – Suite in G minor, 4 pieces for piano [later orchestrated] (Moscow, 1903)
  • Op.29Romance No.2, for Violin and Piano (Moscow, 1904)
  • Op.3021 Pieces for piano (Paris, 1909)
    1. Petite marche
    2. Impromptu
  • Op.313 Morceaux for Violin and Piano
    1. Cantabile
    2. Valse
    3. Danse
  • Op.32Violin Sonata No.1 in D minor (Moscow, 1907)
  • Op.332 Esquisses fantastiques, for piano (Moscow, 1906)
    1. Fleurs feeriques
    2. Dentelles
  • Op.34Jeux, 2 morceaux caractéristiques, for piano (Moscow, 1907)
    1. Cache-Cache
    2. Colin-Maillard
  • Op.353 Danses idylliques, for piano (Moscow, 1907)
    1. G major
    2. D major
    3. A major
  • Op.36Concert Overture, for orchestra (1907)
  • Op.37Cello Sonata in D major (Moscow, 1908)
  • Op.38 - 3 Morceaux for Violin and Piano
    1. Méditation
    2. La rêve
    3. Scherzo
  • Op.38bViolin Sonata No.2 (Moscow, 1911)
  • Op.39Recits d'une âme reveuse, 12 pieces for piano (Moscow, 1908)
    1. Au bord du lac
    2. Paysage rustigue [Сельский пейзаж]
    3. Danse de la fee
    4. Le crepuscule
    5. Le printemps dans la foret
    6. Sur l'eau
    7. Echo du passe
    8. Les vagues joyeuses
    9. Un pelerin las
    10. En plein air
    11. La voix de la destinee
    12. Le jardin endormi [Сад спит]
  • Op.40 – Piano Pieces
    1. Little Scherzo (D)
  • Op.40b7 Études techniques (2 books) for piano (Moscow, 1913)
  • Op.414 Morceaux, for piano 4 hands (1909)
  • Op.42Rêves étoilés, 4 pieces for piano, 1907 (1909)
    1. Clairs de lune
    2. (no name)
    3. Les etoiles filantes
  • Op.43Pages de poésie fantasque, 9 esquisses pour piano (1910)
    1. Fantomes passagers
    2. Uno ame plaintive
    3. Nuages dansants
    4. Paysages d'un monde inconnu
    5. Danse des seraphins
    6. Mirages fugitifs
    7. Dans une foret sacree
    8. Reve d'une source
    9. Chanson des rayone de lune
  • Op.44Sonate fantastique No.1, for piano (Moscow, 1910)
  • Op.44b2 Esquisses, for piano (1910)
  • Op.455 Romances after Afanasy Fet and Percy Bysshe Shelley/Konstantin Balmont (1909?) (Leipzig, 1910)
    1. [Только встречу улыбку твою] Afanasy Fet
    2. [С полей несется голос стада] Afanasy Fet
    3. [Месяц плывет] Afanasy Fet
    4. [Тоскует птичка] Percy Bysshe Shelley/Konstantin Balmont
    5. [Еще весна] Afanasy Fet
  • Op.4610 Preludes, for piano (1911)
  • Op.46bRondeau fantastique in B major, for piano (1911)
  • Op.47Au clair des étoiles, for Violin and Piano (1912)
  • Op.47aAu clair des étoiles, for Cello and Piano (?) (Moscow: P. Jurgenson, Plate 35315)
  • Op.47b2 Morceaux, for cello and piano (1912)
  • Op.483 Morceaux, for piano (Moscow, 1912)
    1. Bagatelle (D major)
    2. [Вечерняя мелодия]
  • Op.4911 Preludes caracteristiques, for piano (Moscow, 1914?)
  • Op.49b2 Pieces, for piano (Moscow, 1914)
  • Op.50Ballet Suite Le vierge des Glaciers (a 1940 autograph - copy? - of its overture - is at BNF.)
  • Op.51 – ?
  • Op.52 – ?
  • Op.533 Morceaux, for piano (Moscow, 1914?)
  • Op.54 – ?
  • Op.555 Morceaux, for piano (Moscow, 1913)
    1. Prelude
    2. Polka
    3. Reverie
    4. Etude in C minor
    5. Valse in A major
  • Op.566 Preludes, for piano (St. Petersburg, 1913?)
    1. B major
    2. D minor
    3. E major
    4. E major
    5. G major
    6. F major
  • Op.573 Danses idylliques (1913)
    1. F major
    2. A major
    3. E minor
  • Op.58 – 3 Melodies for cello and piano
    1. Melodie in G major
  • Op.59Album pittoresque [Живописный альбом], 8 Morceaux for piano (1913)
    1. Minuetto
    2. Intermezzo
    3. Meditation
    4. Au printemps
    5. Le rêve
    6. Valse de oiseaux
    7. Chant mysterieux
    8. Melodie intime
  • Op.60Sonata-Fantasia No.2, for piano, 1913 (St. Petersburg, 1915?)
  • Op.60b3 Pieces, for piano (Breitkopf, 1914; St. Petersburg, 1915?)
    1. Melodie
    2. Doux murmure (Etude)
    3. Idylle
  • Op.615 Romances (after Semyon Nadson)
    1. [Тихая ночь]
    2. [Когда в вечерний час]
    3. [У моря]
    4. [Осенняя заря]
    5. [Весенние ночи]
  • Op.62Tableaux idylliques, 5 pièces faciles, for piano 4 hands (1914)
  • Op.62bCaprices des Harmonies, 21 preludes-miniatures, for piano
  • Op.63 – ?
  • Op.64 – ?
  • Op.65Impressions Mediterranéennes, for piano (1927)
  • Op.66 – ?
  • Op.67 – ?
  • Op.68 – ?
  • Op.69 – ?
  • Op.70 – ?
  • Op.716 Pieces ukrainiennes, for piano 4 hands (Paris, 1925)
  • Op.722 Pieces, for piano
  • Op.732 Nocturnes mystérieux
  • Op.74Suite fantastique, for piano
  • Op.75 – Ouverture slave pour grand orchestre (1932. manuscript, French National Library)
  • Op.76 – ?
  • Op.77 – ?
  • Op.78Suite pastorale, for orchestra; also arranged for solo piano
  • Op.79 – ?
  • Op.80 – ?
  • Op.81 – Premier Ballet symphonique // (Sur les collines de l'Ukraine) // pour grand orchestre (manuscript, sans date, French National Library. Revised May-June 1935, as with Op.84 below.)
  • Op.82 – ?
  • Op.83 – ?
  • Op.84 – Quatrième Ballet symphonique // (Les Ondines) // pour grand orchestre (manuscript, 1931-32, rev. 1935, French National Library)
  • Op.85 – ?
  • Op.86 – ?
  • Op.87 – ?
  • Op.88 – ?
  • Op.89 – ?
  • Op.90 – ?
  • Op.91Romances and Songs (after Ukrainian poems) (Belaïeff, 1937)
  • Op.92 – ?
  • Op.93Pour la jeunesse, 6 pieces faciles (Leipzig, 1939)

Works without Opus number

  • Concert Overture (1899)
  • Fantasia for Orchestra (1900)
  • Symphony No.1 (manuscript (fragmentary?) at BNF. see below)
  • Romance [Чисто вечернее небо] (after Mikhail Lermontov) (Moscow, 1905)
  • Rondo fantastique (1911)
  • 3 Pieces for Violin and Piano (before 1912)
    1. Valse
    2. Doux rêve
    3. Danse rustique
  • Nocturne for Strings (1910s)
  • The Snow Fairy (1914), opera (unperformed, manuscript lost) - the overture still exists, and is referred to as Op.50 (or Op.50a perhaps? Or maybe Op.50 above is the ballet suite from this opera??)
    • Is the manuscript lost? See WorldCat - this seems to be the same opera, under the title Le vierge des glaciers. 273 pp. manuscript @ BNF, 1914. Or was Akimenko working on 2 operas in the same year? It seems somewhat unlikely.
  • Tendre melodie. Rêve d'une Paletto, for Piano (E major) (1916)
  • Ballade (1924)
  • 4 Preludes for Piano (1924)
  • 2 Mélodies rustiques for Violin and Piano (1924)
  • Sonata No.2 for Violoncello and Piano
  • Angel - Poème nocturne for Orchestra (after Mikhail Lermontov) (1924)
  • La Reve - Ballade for Piano (1926)
  • Various manuscripts in the possession of the French National Library including but not limited to:
    • Fragment symphonique (1938)
    • Première symphonie (frag.?) (Catalog card)
    • Deuxième symphonie // pour // grand orchestre (Seems to be dedicated to Balakirev) (1930, Nice. Catalog card)
    • Petite valse for piano (1937, Vincennes)
    • Aria (seems to be a work for 2 solo trombones and orchestra) (1938, Nice)
    • (Autographs of No.1 of Op.93, of the overture for orchestra to "La Vierge des glaciers" (1940 copy? (probably composed in 1910s?) Op.50, etc.) - oh. Actually, that refers to The Snow Fairy, above.
    • "Solitude" for piano (1941, Nice)
    • "Petite Pastorale" for piano (1941 August 17, Nice)
    • Elegie nº 2 for cello and piano (1936 October, Vincennes)
    • Cadran Céleste // Fragment // symphonique pour grand orchestre (1930 Decembre, Nice) Also called: Petite symphonie pour grand orchestre. (Catalog card)
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