List of works by Aleksandr Borodin
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- Prince Igor, Opera with Prologue in 4 Acts (1869-87). Completed and partly orchestrated by Rimsky-Korsakov and Glazunov, Premiere in Saint Petersburg 1890.
- Bogatïri (The Heroic Warriors), Opera-Farce after Viktor Alexandrovich Krylov in 5 Scenes. About a quarter of the music by Borodin, the rest based on music from Rossini, Meyerbeer, Offenbach, Serov, Verdi and others (1867). Orchestrated by E. Merten (1867), unpublished.
- Symphony No.1 in Eb major (1862-67)
- Symphony No.2 in B minor (1869-76).
- Symphony No.3 in A minor (1882, 1885-87), only 2 movements finished. Completed and orchestrated by Glazunov (1888), Leipzig 1888.
- In The Steppes Of Central Asia - Symphonic Poem (1880), Hamburg 1882.
- Nocturne from 2nd String Quartet. Arranged for String Orchestra by Malcolm Sargent.
- String Trio (2 Violins and Cello) in G minor on Russian Folk Song Chem tebya ya ogorchila (1854/55), Moscow 1946.
- String Quartet No.1 in A major (1874-79), Hamburg 1884.
- String Quartet No.2 in D major (1881), Leipzig 1888.
- String Quintet (2 Violins, Viola and 2 Celli) in F minor (1859/60), completed by O.A.Evlakhov (1960), Leningrad 1960.
- Quartet in D major for Flute, Oboe, Viola and Cello (1852-56), based on a Piano Sonata by Haydn, Moscow 1949.
- Cello Sonata in C minor on a Theme of Bach's Sonata No.1 in G minor BWV 1001 (1860), finished by Michael Goldstein. Published by N. Simrock 1982.
- Piano Trio in D major (1860/61), 4th movement lost, edited 1950, Moscow.
- Piano Quintet in C minor (1862), edited 1938, Moscow.
- Scherzo in D major for String Quartet (1882-86), Leipzig 1899.
- Serenata alla spagnola in D minor for the String Quartet 'B-la-F' (1886), in collaboration with Rimsky-Korsakov, Glazunov, and Liadov, Leipzig 1887.
- Adagio patetico in Ab major (1849)
- Contribution to the Paraphrases on the "Cutlet Polka": Polka, Marche funèbre, Requiem and Mazurka, in collaboration with Cui, Liadov, Rimsky-Korsakov and Liszt (1874-78).
- Petite Suite (1878-85), orchestrated by Glasunov (1889).
- 1. In Monastery
- 2. Intermezzo
- 3. Mazurka
- 4. Mazurka
- 5. Reverie
- 6. Serenade
- 7. Nocturne
- Scherzo in A♭ major (1885)
- Hélène-Polka in D minor (1843), Piano 2 and 4 hands, edited 1946, Moscow.
- Allegretto in Db major (1861), Piano 4 hands, after 3rd movement of String Quintet, Moscow 1980.
- Scherzo in E major (1861), Piano 4 hands, edited in Muzikal'noye nasledstvo, Moscow 1970.
- Tarantella in D major (1862), Piano 4 hands, edited 1938, Moscow.
- Serenade of four Gentlemen for a Lady, for 4 male Voices with Piano (1870).
- Symphony No.1 for Piano 4 hands (1875)
- Symphony No.2 for Piano 4 hands (1877)
- String Quartet No.1 for Piano 4 hands (1887)
- In The Steppes Of Central Asia for Piano 4 hands (1882)
- The Sea - Orchestration (1884)
- String Trio for 2 Violins and Cello in G major on a Theme of Meyerbeer's "Robert le Diable" (1847).
- Merciful God (1852-55), unfinished, unpublished.
- Potpourri in A major for Piano on Themes of Donizetti's "Lucrezia Borgia" (1852-55), unfinished, unpublished.
- String Trio (2 Violins and Cello) in G major (ca.1850), fragments.
- Grand Trio in G major for 2 Violins and Cello (1859-56), only 2 movements, 3rd movement unfinished, Moscow 1949.
- String Sextet in D minor (1860/61), only 2 movements, 3rd and 4th lost, Moscow 1949.
- Misera me! Barbaro sorte - Duet for Tenor, Bass and Piano (1850), unfinished, unpublished.
- The Tsar's Bride - Sketch to an Opera after Lev Mey (1867/68), unfinished. Material used in other works.
- 60 Variations on a Bohemian Theme - Musical Joke for Piano (1867), only 1 variation composed.
- Sketch on Russian Folk Song "Ej uchnjem" for Piano (ca.1870), unpublished.
- Mlada - Opera-Ballet in 4 Acts, act No.4 by Borodin (1872), other 3 acts by Cui, Mussorgsky and Rimsky-Korsakov, unfinished. Finale orchestrated by Rimsky-Korsakov (1892).
- Piano Piece in Eb major (1879), fragment.
- God save Cyril! God save Methodius! - for male Choir a cappella (1885), finished by Pavel Lamm.