Symphony N2 For Strings

Symphony N2 For Strings

Sonata no 2 for cello and piano

Sonata no 2 for cello and piano

Sonata for Cello solo

Sonata for Cello solo

Symphony No. 5

Symphony No. 5

Vocal Cycle based on the poetry of Vahan Tekeian

Arrangements of Armenian folks songs

Arrangements of Armenian folks songs

“Premortal songs” vocal cycle

Requiem Æterna

Requiem Æterna

The Vision (Տեսիլք)

The Vision (Տեսիլք)

“Elegia” for pipe organ

“Elegia” for pipe organ

“Kid’s Christmas Dream” Concert for 2 flutes and chamber orchestra

“Kid’s Christmas Dream” Concert for 2 flutes and chamber orchestra

Symphony No. 6

Symphony No. 6

Crucifixion

Crucifixion

Reflections Of Twilight For Instrumental Ensemble

Sonata For Violin And Piano

Sonata For Violin And Piano

Concerto For Clarinet And Symphonic Orchestra

Concerto For Clarinet And Symphonic Orchestra

Chamber Symphony  No. 2

Chamber Symphony No. 2

Sirius

Concert No. 1 for Violin and Orchestra

Mysteria

Arrangements of Armenian sacred songs

Concerto n1 for violin and orchestra

Concerto n1 for violin and orchestra

Full list of works

Music for Cinema and Theater
“Tsirani yerkar chanaparhe” (“The long road of the apricots”) – short movie (Directed by N. Bezjyan), 2001
“Avyon” (“The Verve”) – short movie (Directed by N. Bezjyan), 2005
“Myuronorhnek” (“Myron”) – short movie (Directed by N. Bezjyan), 2005
“Musa Leran 40 or” (“Forty Days of Musa-Dagh Mountain”) – TV production (1986)

Operas
“Shushanik” (1981)
“Cesar” (2008)

Ballets
“Orestes” (1974)
“King Oedipus” (1976)

Performances
Popular opera-ballet “Mokats Mirza” (1978) (staged in Washington, 1983, and Moscow, 1984)
Choreographic cantata “Vahagni Tsununde” (“Birth of Vahagn”) (1987)

Symphonic and Oratorio works
“Voghb Yeremeal Margarei” (“Lamentations of Jeremiah”) – cantata (1973)
“Avag Shabat” (“the Holy Week”) – oratorio (1995)
“Ogostinus Yerenelu khostovanutyunner” (“Sancti Avrelii Avgustini Confessiones”) – cantata (2008)
“Harutyan” (“Ressurection”) – cantata 1998
Symphony #1 “Introspection” (1977)
Symphony #2 “Hayk and Bel” (1978)
Symphony #3 “The voice of passers” (1984)
Symphony #4 “Nemesis” (1986)
Symphonic poem “Victory” (1975) – Soviet Komsomol Award
Symphonic poem “Nakhatakats hraparak Beirutum” (“Square of Martyrs in Beirut”) (2001, 2006 2nd edition)
Symphonic poem “Baalbeki averakner” (“Ruins of Baalbek”) (2008)
Suite 1 and 2 – from Orestes ballet (1977)
Lonely’s Songs – for soprano and orchestra by G.Trakl (2010)
Suite – from Oedipus King ballet (1977)
More than 60 arrangements for soloists, choral groups and symphonic orchestras

Concerts
Concert for clarinet and symphonic orchestra (1978)
Concert #1 for violin and string ensemble (1983)
“Tesilk” (“The Vision”) Concert-Poem for violin and chamber orchestra (2006)
Concert #2 for violin and chamber orchestra (1986)
Concert for guitar and chamber orchestra (1981)

Chamber works
Chamber Symphony #2 (1970)
Symphoniet #1 (1976)
Symphoniet #2 (1977)
Chronicle in 6 parts for string chamber orchestra (2007)
Humoresque for the ensemble of soloists (2008)
“Entelechia” – for the ensemble of soloists (1985)
“Intencia” – for the ensemble of soloists (1983)

Vocal instrumental chamber works
Canticle for 4 sopranos, 6 flutes, prepared piano and percussion (1975)
“The Song of Songs” for soprano, tenor and instrumental ensemble (1973)
“The Book of births” – based on the poetry of V. Davtyan for chamber choir and chamber ensemble (1982)
Hellenic songs, book 1 for soprano and ensemble of soloists (based on Ancient Greek poetry) (1978)
Hellenic songs, book 2, for baritones and ensemble of soloists (1984)
Excerpts from Teryan – vocal cycle for tenor and ensemble of soloists (1984)
Two ballades – for soprano and ensemble of soloists (2009) on the poetry of H. Sahyan)
“Let it be Light” – vocal cycle for soprano and ensemble of soloists (1974), based on the poetry of P. Sevak
Four tankas – vocal cycle on Japanese poetry for soprano and ensemble (1983)
Three songs – vocal cycle for soprano, kyamancha, kanon and tar ensemble, based on the poetry of Ayatollah Khomeini (in Armenian)

Chamber ensemble works
String Quartet #1 (1978)
String Quartet #2 (1983)
String Quartet #3 (1987)
Quartet for wind instruments (1978)
Quintet for wind instruments (1982)
“Mairamuti tsolker” (“Sunset reflections”) – for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano (1984)
Sonata #1 for violin and piano (1971)
Sonata #2 for violin and piano (1976)
Sonata #1 for piano (1975)
Sonata #2 for piano (1980)
Sonata for cello (1977)
Sonata for cello and piano (1981)
Sonata for bass clarinet and piano (1977)
Sonata for organ (1976)
“Antsyali vormnankarner” (“The Bas-reliefs of Past”) – suite for organ (1989) – Antilias
“Varq Tovma Metsopetsu” (“The life of Tovma of Metsop”) – for two trumpets and two trombones (1976)
“Varq Stepanos Syunetsu” (“The life of Stepanos of Syunik”) – for piano, organ and percussion (1978)
Three recitatives for flute and piano (1973) – Sikorski, Schirmer
Pantomusica – for two pianos (1973, 1983 second edition) – Leduc
Two Eclogues for piano (1971)
Two Preludes for piano (1974)
“Avetum” (“The Annunciation”) – for piano (1976)
“Avetum” (“The Annunciation”) – for flute, oud, and tom-toms (1972)
“Hayeli” (“The Mirror”) – for solo violin (1997)
“Kmajkneri geri” (“The Slave of the Caprices”) – for solo violin (2002)
Sonata for flute and piano (1978)
Six sonatinas for piano (1970)
Children album for piano (1968)
“Heratsum” (“The Removal”) for viola (2010)

Vocal
“Divani” – vocal cycle based on the poetry of Frik for mezzo-soprano and piano (1971)
“Tvaitankner” (“The Misery”) – vocal cycle based on the poetry of P. Duryan for soprano, flute and piano (1972)
“Irikvan horhurdner” (“The Evening Mysteries”) – vocal cycle based on the poetry of V. Tekeyan for soprano and piano (1978)
“Huyser yev Ighdzer” (“Hopes and Eagerness”) – vocal cycle based on the poetry of M. Metsarents for soprano and piano (2010)

Choral
“Nshanneri Yerkir” (“Land of signs”) – choir for female cast, based on the poetry of H. Edoyan and A. Harutyunyan (1976)
Choral cycle (4 choral pieces) – for female cast, based on the poetry of V. Teryan (1985)
Choral cycle (4 choral pieces) – for female cast, based on the poetry of V. Davtyan (1984)
Choral cycle (3 choral pieces) – for SATB on the poetry of Y. Charents (2006)
Choral cycle (3 choral pieces) – based on the poetry of H. Hoveyan (2005)
“Sezam batsvir” (“Open, Sesame”) – a choral cycle (4 choral pieces) – for SATB, based on the poetry of H. Sahyan (2009)
Songs of Shatakh – choral cycle (4 choral pieces), based on folk lyrics
“Tsisakan Shrjik” (“Carols”) – choral songs (in 4 parts) – for female or children cast, based on folk lyrics (1985)
“Navasardyan” – a choral song for the mixed choir, based on the poetry of Daniel Varuzhan (1980)
“Dzon” (“The Dedication”) – a choral song for the mixed choir, based on the poetry of Daniel Varuzhan (1984)
“Veradarts” (“The Return”) – a choral song for the mixed choir, based on the poetry of Vahan Teryan (1997)
“Sirius” – a choral song for female cast (1985)
“Agora” – a choral song for the mixed choir (2010)
“Ashnan tsaghikner” (“Autumn flowers”) – a choral cycle for the mixed choir, based on the poetry of M. Metsarents (2010)
“Havatam gutse charutyun arnem” – a choral song for the mixed choir, based on the poetry of R. Davoyan
Arrangements of Armenian sacred songs (16 pieces) – for the female cast (2004 – 2007)
Arrangements of Armenian sacred songs (7 pieces) – for the mixed choir (1995 – 1996)

Armenian Folk and Instrumental works
Rhapsody – for two kanons (1982)
“Tagh Ashnan” (“The Autumn Songs”) – piece for two kanons
Prelude and Scherzo – for kanon (2009)
“Vasn siro ev baroutyan” (“About Love and Kindness”) – for the folk ensemble (1983)

“Tagharan” ensemble of medieval Armenian music
Armenian sacred and folks songs – 350 songs arranged (1987 – 1994)
Several operas and more than 100 european medieval songs were arranged for Tagharan ensemble cast.

Arrangements for other music groups
More than 300 arrangements were made for other music groups, such as the “Gusan” ensemble, the “Hayastan” ensemble, the Ensemble of Violinists, the “Madrigal” ensemble.