List of works by Aleksandr Glazunov

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Opus Title Year
1 String Quartet No.1 in D major, for 2 violins, viola and cello 1882
2 Suite on the Name 'Sascha', for piano:
  1. Introduction
  2. Prelude
  3. Scherzo
  4. Nocturne
  5. Valse
1883
3 Overture No.1 on Three Greek Themes [Увертюра № 1 на три греческие темы] in G minor, for orchestra 1882
4 Romances (5), for voice and piano:
  1. To Your Snow-White Bosom [К груди твоей белоснежнной]
  2. The Nightingale [Соловей]
  3. When I Look Into Your Eyes [Когда гляжу тебе в глаза]
  4. Arab Melody [Арабская мелодия]
  5. Spanish Song [Испанская песня]
1882–85
5 Symphony No.1 in E major («Славянская» / "Slavonic"), for orchestra 1881–82, rev. 1885, 1929
6 Overture No.2 on Greek Themes [Увертюра №2 на греческие темы] in D major, for orchestra 1883
7 Serenade No.1 in A major, for orchestra 1883
8 To the Memory of a Hero [Памяти героя]. Elegy for orchestra 1885
9 Suite caractéristique in D major, for orchestra
  1. Introduction et Danse rustique
  2. Intermezzo scherzando
  3. Carnaval
  4. Pastorale
  5. Danse orientale
  6. Élégie
  7. Cortège
1884–87
10 String Quartet No.2 in F major, for 2 violins, viola and cello 1884
11 Serenade No.2 in F major, for small orchestra 1884
12 Poème lyrique in D major. Andantino for orchestra 1884–87
13 Stenka Razin [Стенька Разин]. Symphonic poem in B minor, for orchestra 1885
14 Pieces (2), for orchestra
  1. Idylle
  2. Rêverie orientale
No.2 is an arrangemet of the Rêverie orientale for clarinet and string quartet (1886)
1886–87
15 Novelettes (5), for 2 violins, viola and cello
  1. Alla spagnola
  2. Orientale
  3. Interludium in modo antico
  4. Valse
  5. All' Ungherese
1886
16 Symphony No.2 in F minor ("A la memoire de François Liszt"), for orchestra
Also arranged for piano 4 hands by the composer (1886)
1886
17 Elegie, in D major, for cello and piano 1887
18 Mazurka in G major, for orchestra 1888
19 The Forest [Лес]. Fantasy in C minor, for orchestra 1887
20 Morceaux (2), for cello and orchestra
  1. Mélodie
  2. Sérénade espagnole
1887–88
21 Wedding Procession [Свадебное шествие] in E major, for orchestra 1889
22 Morceaux (2), for piano
  1. Barcarolle
  2. Novelette
1889
23 Waltzes on the Name 'Sabela', for piano 1890
24 Rêverie in D major, for horn and piano 1890
25 Prélude et mazurkas (2), for piano
  1. Prelude. Andante mosso
  2. Mazurka. Allegro moderato
  3. Mazurka. Allegro vivace
1888
26 String Quartet No.3 in G major («Славянский» / "Slavonic"), for 2 violins, viola and cello
Finale arranged for orchestra as Op.26a
1886–88
26a Slavonic Festival [Славянский праздник]. Symphonic sketch in G major, for orchestra
Based on the finale of Op.26
 ?
27 Romances (2), to words by Aleksandr Pushkin, for voice and piano
  1. Oriental Romance [Восточный романс]
  2. Song [Песня]
Arranged for voice and orchestra as Op.27bis
1887–90
27bis Mélodies (2), after Pushkin, for voice and orchestra
  1. Oriental Romance [Восточный романс]
  2. Song [Песня]
Arrangement of Op.27
 ?
28 La mer [Море]. Fantasy in E major, for orchestra 1889
29 Rhapsodie orientale [Восточная рапсодия] in G major, for orchestra 1889
30 The Kremlin [Кремль]. Symphonic picture for orchestra 1890
31 Études (3), for piano:
  1. Allegro
  2. Allegro
  3. Night [Ночь]. Allegro quasi Andantino
1891
32 Meditation [Размышление] in D major, for violin and piano 1891)
33 Symphony No.3 in D major, for orchestra 1890
34 Spring [Весна]. Musical picture in D major, for orchestra 189
35 Suite in C major, for 2 violins, viola and cello 1887–91
36 Petite valse [Маленький вальс] in D major, for piano 1892
37 Nocturne in D major, for piano 1889
38 In modo religioso. Quartet for horn, trumpet and 2 trombones 1892
39 String Quintet in A major, for 2 violins, viola and 2 cellos 1891–92
40 Triumphal March [Торжественный марш в честь открытия Всемирной Колумбовской выставки в Чикаго в 1893 г.] in E major, for orchestra, and mixed chorus ad lib. 1892
41 Grande valse de concert [Большой концертный вальс] in E major, for piano 1893
42 Miniatures [Миниатюры] (3), for piano
  1. Pastorale
  2. Polka
  3. Valse
1893
43 Valse de salon [Салонный вальс] in C major, for piano 1893
44 Elégie [Элегия ] in G minor, for viola and piano 1893
45 Carnaval [Карнавал]. Overture in F major for large orchestra, and organ ad lib. 1892
46 Chopiniana [Les Sylphides (Шопениана)]. Suite for orchestra
  1. Polonaise
  2. Nocturne
  3. Mazurka
  4. Tarantelle
Based on piano pieces Opp.40, 15, 50 and 43 by Frédéric Chopin
1893
47 Concert Waltz No.1 [Концертный вальс №1] in D major, for orchestra 1893
48 Symphony No.4 in E major, for orchestra 1893
49 Morceaux (3), for piano
  1. Prelude
  2. Capriccio-Impromptu
  3. Gavotte
1894
50 Cortège solennel [Торжественное шествие] in D major, for orchestra 1894
51 Concert Waltz No.2 in F major, for orchestra 1894
52 Scènes de ballet [Балетная сюита] in A major. Suite for orchestra
  1. Préambule
  2. Marionnettes
  3. Mazurka
  4. Scherzino
  5. Pas d’action
  6. Danse orientale
  7. Valse
  8. Polonaise
1894
53 From Darkness to Light [Фантазия "От мрака ко свету"]. Fantasia for orchestra 1894
54 Impromptus (2), for piano:
  1. Impromptu in D major
  2. Impromptu in A major
1895
55 Symphony No.5 in B major, for orchestra 1895
56 Coronation Cantata [Коронационная кантата], for four voices, mixed chorus and orchestra 1896
57 Raymonda [Раймонда]. Ballet in 3 acts
Also arranged for solo piano by the composer and Aleksandr Winkler (1898). Extracts arranged as Op.57a. See also Op.68
1896–97
57a Raymonda [Раймонда]. Suite from the ballet, for orchestra
Extracted from the ballet, Op.57
1898
58 Symphony No.6 in C minor, for orchestra 1896
59 Romances (6), for medium voice and piano
  1. The Muse [Муза]. Words by Aleksandr Pushkin
  2. From Petrarca ("We Used to Live at the Foot of a Hill") (Из Петрарки («Мы жили у подножия холмов»)]. Words by Apollon Korinfsky, after Francesco Petrarca
  3. From Petrarca ("When Your Eyes") (Из Петрарки («Когда твои глаза»)]. Words by Apollon Korinfsky, after Francesco Petrarca
  4. If You Want to Love [Если хочешь любить]. Words by Apollon Korinfsky
  5. Delia [Делия]. Words by Aleksandr Pushkin
  6. All the Sky is Silver [Всё серебряное небо]. Words by Apollon Maykov
1898)
60 Romances (6), for high voice and piano
  1. Drinking Song [Застольная песня]. Words by Aleksandr Pushkin
  2. Desire [Желание]. Words by Aleksandr Pushkin
  3. Nereid [Нереида]. Words by Aleksandr Pushkin
  4. Dream [Сновидение]. Words by Aleksandr Pushkin
  5. My Life is Still Before Me [Жизнь ещё передо мною]. Words by Apollon Maykov
  6. Near the Land Where Golden Venice Reigns [Близ мест, где царствует Венеция златая]
1897–98
61 Ruses d'amour [Барышня-служанка]. Ballet in 1 act to a libretto by Marius Petipa 1900
62 Prélude et fugue in D minor, for piano 1899
63 Festive Cantata for the 100th anniversary of the Pavlovsk Institute, for solo voices, female chorus and 2 pianos 8 hands 1898
64 String Quartet No.4 in A minor, for 2 violins, viola and cello 1894
65 Memorial Cantata for the centenary of the birth of Aleksandr Pushkin, for solo voices, mixed chorus and orchestra 1899
66 Hymn to Pushkin, for female chorus, and piano ad lib. 1899
67 The Seasons [Времена года]. Ballet in 1 act to a libretto by Marius Petipa 1900
68 Pas de caractère in G major, for orchestra
Additional number for Op.57
1899
69 Intermezzo romantico in D major, for orchestra 1900
70 String Quartet No.5 in D minor, for 2 violins, viola and cello 1898
71 Chant du ménestrel, for cello and orchestra 1900
72 Thème et variations on a Finnish Folk Song, in F minor, for piano 1900
73 Ouverture solennelle, for orchestra 1900
74 Piano Sonata No.1 in B minor 1901
75 Piano Sonata No.2 in E minor 1901
76 Marche sur un thème russe in E major, for orchestra 1901
77 Symphony No.7 in F major («Пасторальная» / "Pastoral"), for orchestra 1902–03
78 Ballade in F major, for orchestra 1902
79 From the Middle Ages [Из средних веков]. Suite in E major, for orchestra
  1. Prelude [Прелюдия]
  2. Scherzo [Скерцо]
  3. The Troubadour’s Serenade [Серенада трубадура]
  4. Finale. The Crusaders [Финал. Крестоносцы]
Also arranged for piano 4 hands ( 1903)
1902
80 Chant sans bornes [Эх ты, песня], for soprano and alto voices with piano 1904
81 Fortune-Telling and Dancing [Гадание и пляска]. Scène dansante in A major, for orchestra 1904
82 Violin Concerto in A minor, for violin and orchestra 1904
83 Symphony No.8 in E major, for orchestra 1906
84 Song of Destiny [Песнь судьбы]. Dramatic overture in D minor, for orchestra 1908
85 Preludes (2), for orchestra
  1. À la memoire de V Stassoff
  2. À la memoire de N Rimsky-Korsakov
1906–08
86 Russian Fantasy [Русская фантазия] in A major, for balalaika ensemble 1906
87 In Memory of Gogol [Памяти Н. Гоголя]. Symphonic prologue in C major, for orchestra 1909
88 Fantasie finnoise in C major, for orchestra 1909
89 Esquisses finnoises in E major, for orchestra 1912
90 Introduction et la Danse de Salomée, for Oscar Wilde's drama Salomé 1908
91 Cortège solennel in B major, for orchestra 1910
92 Piano Concerto No.1 in F minor, for piano and orchestra 1910–11
93 Prélude et fugue in D major, for organ 1906–07
94 Love [Любовь], for mixed chorus 1907
95 The King of the Jews [Царь Юдейский]. Music for K. K. Romanov's drama, for orchestra 1913
96 Paraphrase sur les hymnes des nations alliées, for orchestra 1914–15
97 Variations [Варияйии] in G minor, for string quartet or string orchestra 1895
97 (Belaieff) Song of the Volga Boatmen («Эй ухнем»), for male chorus and orchestra 1905
98 Prélude et fugue in D minor, for organ 1914
99 Karelian Legend in A minor, for orchestra 1916
100 Piano Concerto No.2 in B major, for piano and orchestra 1917
100A/B Mazurka-oberek, for violin and piano
Also arranged for violin and orchestra ( 1917)
1917
101 Préludes et fugues (4), for piano
  1. Prelude and Fugue (A minor)
  2. Prelude and Fugue (C minor)
  3. Prelude and Fugue (C minor)
  4. Prelude and Fugue (C major)
1918–23
102 Romance de Nina, for Mikhail Lermontov's play Masquerade [Маскарад] 1916
103 Idylle in F major, for piano 1926
104 Fantaisie in F minor, for 2 pianos 1920
105 Elegy in Memory of M. P. Beliaeff [Элегия памяти М. П. Беляаяева] in D minor, for 2 violins, viola and cello 1928
106 String Quartet No.6 in B major, for 2 violins, viola and cello 1920–21
107 String Quartet No.7 in C major ("Hommage au passé"), for 2 violins, viola and cello 1930
108 Concerto ballata in C major, for cello and orchestra 1931
109 Saxophone Quartet in B major 1932
109 Saxophone Concerto in E major, for alto saxophone and string orchestra 1934
110 Fantaisie in G minor, for organ 1934–35
Pieces (5), for string quartet 1879–81
Procession dedicated to V.V. Stasov, for voice and piano 1883
Miniature in C major 1883
Idylle, for horn and string orchestra 1884
Serenade No.2, for horn and string orchestra 1884
Quatuor sur le nom B-la-f, for 2 violins, viola and cello
Contribution (Finale) for a collaborative work with Aleksandr Borodin, Anatoly Lyadov and Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov
1886
Rêverie orientale, for clarinet and string quartet
Arranged for piano as Op.14/2 (1886–87)
1886
Nameday [Именины]. Essays for 2 violins, viola and cello
Composed with Anatoly Lyadov and Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov
1887–88
Les chanteurs de Noël in F major, for the String Quartet "Jour de Fête"
Contribution to a collaborative work
1888
From Hafiz ("Don't Be Lured by Warlike Glory") [Из Гафиза («Не пленяя бранной славой»)]. Romance to words by Aleksandr Pushkin, for voice and piano 1888
The Belle [Красавица]. Romance to words by Aleksandr Pushkin, for voice and piano 1888–90?
March of the Devil in B major, for orchestra 1889
Fanfares [Фанфары] , for wind and percussion
For the silver jubilee of Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov. Composed with César Cui
1889
Joke [Шутка]. Quadrille for piano 4 hands
Composed with Anatoly Lyadov and others
1890
Fanfares [Славление], for piano
For the first performance of Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov's opera Mlada. Composed with Anatoly Lyadov
1890
Do I Hear your Voice?. Romance after Pushkin, for voice and piano 1891
Proud Song 1892
Valse miniature in G minor, for piano 1893
Oriental Suite, for orchestra 1895
Allegro vivo in E major, for orchestra
Revised for string orchestra (1917).
1895
Madrigal in A major, for 2 pianos 1895
Improvisation, for piano
Contribution to a collaborative work by Sergey Taneyev, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Anton Arensky
1896
Variations on a Russian Theme in G major, for 2 violins, viola and cello
Contribution to a collaborative work with nine other Russian composers
1899
Movements (2), for string quartet 1898–99
Variation on a Russian Theme, for piano
Composed with Anatoly Lyadov and others
1899
Fridays [Пятницы], for string quartet
Composed with Aleksandr Borodin and others
1898–99
Albumblatt in D major, for trumpet and piano 1899
Small Gavotte in C major, for piano 1900
Gagliarde in D major and Mazurka in F minor, for piano 1900
Variations on a Russian Theme 1901
Valse lente in F major, for orchestra 1901
Cantata in Memory of M. Antokolsky
Composed with Anatoly Lyadov
1903
A Toast [Здравица], for mixed chorus 1903
The Elected of the Russian People. Song/hymn after Sokolov, for mixed chorus and orchestra 1906
Festive Procession in G major, for orchestra 1907
Procession in D major, for the birthday of Rimsky-Korsakov, for piano 4 hands 1907
Symphony No.9 in D major, for orchestra
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1910
Petite suite de ballet, for orchestra 1910
Eastern Dance, for orchestra 1911
Prelude-Cantata for the 50th anniversary of the St. Petersburg Conservatory [Прелюдия-кантата к 50-летию Петербургской консерватории], for mixed chorus and orchestra 1912
Cantata in the memory of M. D. Skobelev, for mixed chorus and orchestra 1914
Masha is Told Not to Cross the River [Не велят Маше за реченьку ходит], folksong arranged for mixed chorus and orchestra 1916
Variations in G minor, for string orchestra
Based on the Variations for string quartet (1895)
1917
Poems-Improvisations (2), in G minor and E minor, for piano:
  1. Andante mosso
  2. Tempo agitato e rubato—Andantino quasi allegretto
1917–18
Down By Mother Volga [Вниз по матушке по Волге]. Russian folksong, arranged for chorus 1921
Preludio e Fuga in E minor, for piano
Also arranged for organ (1929)
1926
Fantaisie for 2 pianos 1929–30
Poème épique for orchestra 1933–34
Fantaisie for organ 1934–35
Arab Melody for cello and piano  ?
Duets (10), for clarinet  ?
For Restful Death I Cry [Зову я смерт]. Song for voice and piano to words by William Shakespeare  ?
Minuet for piano
Composed with Anton Arensky and others
 ?
My Songs are Venomous [Песни мои ядовтиы]. Song for voice and piano to words by Nikolay Dobrolyubov  ?
Spanish Romance [Испанский романс]. Song for voice and piano, to words by Aleksandr Pushkin  ?
Stifling [Душно! Бех счастья и воли]. Song for voice and piano, to words by Nikolay Nekrasov  ?
Whenever I Hear Your Voice [Слышу ли голос твой]. Song for voice and piano, to words by Mikhail Lermontov  ?
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