Yuri Levitin

Internet Edition compiled by Onno van Rijen

Updated 19 October 2007


Born

15/28 December 1912 in Poltava. Died: 26 July 1993 in Moscow.

Works

String Quartet No. 1 (1940)

"Holy War, oratorio (1942)

String Quartet No. 2 (1943)

String Quartet No. 3 (1944)

String Quartet No. 4 (1946)

Requiem for the fallen Heroe's, oratorio (1946)

Homeland, oratorio (1947)

String Quartet No. 5 (1948)

Piano Trio (1949)

String Quartet No. 6 (1951)

Fire over the Volga, oratorio (1951)

String Quartet No. 7 (1952)

Violin Sonata in C minor opus 43 (1956)

LP Melodiya D 05622-3: D. Oistrakh (violin), Y. Levitin (piano)
Variations for violin solo opus 45
LP Melodiya D 4254-5: V. Pikaizen (violin)
Music to the Film "The Quiet Don" after Gerassimov (1957)

String Quartet No. 8 (1958)

Flute Sonata (1958)

Cello Sonata (1959)

Concerto for oboe and string orchestra in A minor opus 50

LP Melodiya CM 02301-02: Moscow Chamber Orchestra, R. Barshai (cond), E. Nepalo (oboe)
Concertino in E minor for cello and orchestra opus 54 (1961)
Duration: 20 minutes.

CD Talent DOM 2910 85: Russian State Cinematographic Orchestra, Walter Mnatzakanov (cond), Mark Dobrinsky (cello)

Sonata for double bass solo opus 58
LP Melodiya D 19071-2: R. Azarkhin (double bass)
Hiroshima Never Again!, oratorio (1967)

String Quartet No. 9 (1968)

Bassoon Sonata (1969)

String Quartet No. 10 (1971)

String Quartet No. 11 (1974)

String Quartet No. 12 opus 86

LP Melodiya C10 15195-6: Prokofiev Quartet
And furthermore:

Concerto for trumpet and orchestra

Concerto clarinet and orchestra

Concerto for horn and orchestra

Twenty-Four Preludes for violin and piano

Light Music for chamber orchestra

LP Melodiya CM 03873-4: Leningrad Chamber Orchestra, Gozman (cond), V. Cherenkov (flute), V. Karaulov (oboe), V. Buyanovsky (horn), O. Krylova (harpsichord)
Four Operas

Two Sinfoniettas

Music to Films


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