List of works by Theodore Akimenko

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Works with Opus number

  • Op.14 Romances (after M. Lermontov, Plesceev, Majkov), for voice and piano, 1896
  • Op.24 Romances (after Majkov, Kareev, Lermontov), for voice and piano, 1898
  • Op.33 Choruses, lost
  • Op.4Rusalka (after Lermontov), for voice and piano, 1899
  • Op.54 Romances, for voice and piano, 1900
  • Op.64 Romances (after A. Pushkin), for voice and piano, 1899
  • Op.7String Trio in C minor, for violin, viola and cello, 1899 (Leipzig, 1900)
  • Op.8 – ?
  • Op.92 Morceaux, for violin and piano (Leipzig, 1901)
  • Op.10 – ?
  • Op.112 Morceaux, for cello and piano (Leipzig, 1901)
  • Op.12Eclogue, for English Horn and Piano (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)
  • Op.17Elegie, for cello and piano (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.21 – 5 Morceaux, for piano (Leipzig, 1903)
  • Op.22Consolation, for piano or harp (Paris, 1904)
  • Op.235 Preludes, for piano (Moscow, 1903)
  • Op.245 Romances (or 5 Lieder), for voice and piano
  • Op.25Uranie, La muse du ciel, esquisses fantastiques, for piano (Moscow, 1904)
  • Op.26Réminiscence, mazurka for piano (Moscow, 1904)
  • Op.26bFantaisie in G major, for piano (1911)
  • Op.273 Morceaux, for piano (Moscow, 1905)
  • Op.28Au coin du feu, 3 pieces for piano (Moscow, 1905)
  • Op.28bis – 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)
  • Op.313 Morceaux for Violin and Piano
  • Op.32Violin Sonata No.1 in D minor (Moscow, 1907)
  • Op.332 Esquisses fantastiques, for piano (Moscow, 1906)
  • Op.34Jeux, 2 morceaux caractéristiques, for piano (Moscow, 1907)
  • Op.353 Danses idylliques, for piano (Moscow, 1907)
  • Op.36Concert Overture, for orchestra (1907)
  • Op.37Cello Sonata in D major (Moscow, 1908)
  • Op.38 - 3 Morceaux for Violin and Piano
  • Op.38bisViolin Sonata No.2 (Moscow, 1911)
  • Op.3912 Récits d’une âme rêveuse, 12 pieces for piano (Moscow, 1908)
  • Op.40bisÉtudes techniques (2 books) for piano (Moscow, 1913)
  • Op.414 Morceaux, for piano 4 hands (1909)
  • Op.42Rêves étoilés, 4 pieces for piano, 1907 (1909)
  • Op.43Pages de poesie fantasques, 9 esquisses pour piano (1910)
  • Op.44Sonate fantastique No.1, for piano (Moscow, 1910)
  • Op.44bis2 Esquisses, for piano (1910)
  • Op.45 – ?
  • Op.4610 Preludes, for piano (1911)
  • Op.46bisRondo fantastique in B major, for piano (1911)
  • Op.47Au clair des étoiles, for violin and piano (1912)
  • Op.47bis2 Morceaux, for cello and piano (1912)
  • Op.483 Morceaux, for piano (Moscow, 1912)
  • Op.4911 Preludes caracteristiques, for piano (Moscow, 1914?)
  • Op.49bis2 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)
  • Op.566 Preludes, for piano (St. Petersburg, 1913?)
  • Op.573 Danses idylliques (1913)
  • Op.58 – ?
  • Op.59Album pittoresque, 8 morceaux
  • Op.60Sonata-Fantasia No.2, for piano, 1913 (St. Petersburg, 1915?)
  • Op.60bis3 Pieces, for piano (St. Petersburg, 1915?)
  • Op.615 Romances (after Nadson)
  • Op.62Tableaux idylliques, 5 pièces faciles, for piano 4 hands (1914)
  • Op.62bisCaprices 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

  • 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.
  • Concert Overture (1899)
  • Fantasia for Orchestra (1900)
  • Symphony No.1 (manuscript (fragmentary?) at BNF. see below)
  • Rondo fantastique (1911)
  • Ballade (1924)
  • 4 Preludes (1924)
  • 2 Mélodies rustiques for Violin and Piano (1924)
  • Sonata No.2 for Violoncello and Piano
  • La Reve - Ballade for Piano (1926)
  • Angel - Poème nocturne for Orchestra (after Lermontov) (1924)
  • Nocturne for String Orchestra (1910s)
  • 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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