I Series  SYMPHONIES
II Series  ORCHESTRAL COMPOSITIONS
III Series  INSTRUMENTAL CONCERTOS
IV Series  COMPOSITIONS FOR THE STAGE
V Series  SUITES FROM OPERAS AND BALLETS
VI Series  COMPOSITIONS FOR CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA(WITH OR WITHOUT SOLOISTS)
VII Series  UNACCOMPANIED CHORAL COMPOSITIONS. ARRANGEMENTS OF RUSSIAN FOLK SONGS
VIII Series   COMPOSITIONS FOR SOLO VOICE(S) AND ORCHESTRA
IX Series  CHAMBER COMPOSITIONS FOR VOICE AND SONGS
X Series  CHAMBER INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLES
XI Series  INSTRUMENTAL SONATAS
XII Series  PIANO COMPOSITIONS
XIII Series  INCIDENTAL MUSIC
XIV Series  FILM MUSIC
XV Series  INSTRUMENTATIONS OF WORKS BY OTHER COMPOSERS

XV Series

Volume 146. Ludwig van Beethoven. Adagio Cantabile (Second Part from Piano Sonata No. 8, Op. 13). Ludwig van Beethoven. Maestoso (First Part from Piano Sonata No. 32, Op. 111). Franz Schubert. Military March in F major. Johann Strauss. Polka “The Pleasure Train”.
Instrumentation for symphony orchestra.* Score.
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Romance “Waiting in the Grotto”.* Russian Folk Song “Hey, Let’s Bang!”.* Russian Folk Song “Cudgel”.* Ludwig van Beethoven. “Mephistopheles’ Song of the Flea”.* Pierre Degeyter. “The Internationale”.
Instrumentation for voice and orchestra. Score.
Gaetano Braga. Serenade. Arranged for duet and chamber ensemble. Score.* Modest Mussorgsky. “Song of the Flea”.* Modest Mussorgsky. “Songs and Dances of Death”.
Instrumentation for voice and orchestra. Score.

Volume 147. Boris Tishchenko. Cello Concerto No. 1. New instrumentation by Dmitri Shostakovich. Score.*

Volume 148. Robert Schumann. Cello Concerto. New instrumentation by Dmitri Shostakovich. Score.

Volume 149. Eight British and American Folk Songs. Arranged for voice and orchestra. Score.*

Volume 150. Alexander Davidenko. Two Choirs: 1. “On the Tenth Verst”. 2. “Turmoil in the Street”. Op. 124. Orchestrated by Dmitri Shostakovich. For mixed choir and symphony orchestra. Score.

 



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