Ideal "Discotheque" of more than

1,  600 orchestral works of feelings




An anthology of "classical" works which are characterized by their artistic qualities : expression of feelings, coherence, concision, density. This "discotheque" is intended for everybody, from beginner to music lover.


Corentin Boissier

neoromantic composer

Paris (France)


Table of Contents :


PRESENTATION


I- SYMPHONIES 


II- OTHER ORCHESTRAL WORKS IN SEVERAL PARTS (except symphonies, concertos, ballets and movies soundtracks) 


III- ORCHESTRAL WORKS IN ONE PART (except symphonies, concertos, ballets and movies soundtracks) 


IV- BALLETS (ballets composed for movies are in X- MOVIES SOUNDTRACKS) 


V- PIANO CONCERTOS (concertos composed for movies are in VI- OTHERS WORKS FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA ; concertos for several pianos and orchestra are in IX- CONCERTANTE WORKS FOR OTHER INSTRUMENTS OR SEVERAL INSTRUMENTS)


VI- OTHER WORKS FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA (works for several pianos and orchestra are in IX- CONCERTANTE WORKS FOR OTHER INSTRUMENTS OR SEVERAL INSTRUMENTS)


VII- WORKS FOR VIOLIN (OR VIOLA) AND ORCHESTRA (works for several violins and orchestra are in IX- CONCERTANTE WORKS FOR OTHER INSTRUMENTS OR SEVERAL INSTRUMENTS)


VIII- WORKS FOR CELLO AND ORCHESTRA


IX- CONCERTANTE WORKS FOR OTHER INSTRUMENTS OR SEVERAL INSTRUMENTS (the solo voice is considered as a second "instrument")


X- MOVIES SOUNDTRACKS (are listed in other categories the works for soloist and orchestra)


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PRESENTATION 

« Without music, life would be a mistake. »

Friedrich Nietzsche


What is my « ideal "discotheque" » ?

A collection of classical works composed between 1850 and today, characterized by their artistic qualities : expressivity, coherence, concision, density. Each work selected includes at least three of these qualities.


What is, in my view, a "work of feelings" ?

An excellent work highlighted by melody, tonal harmony – and romantic, lyrical, or "cinematographic" expressivity.


• The works preceded by a +

According to (almost) all music lovers, these compositions are masterworks. It is recommended to begin by listening to them.


• The works preceded by an asterisk *

Though perhaps not masterworks, these compositions are the best of their category. Of course, this selection is more subjective than the previous selection. In my view, it is good not to establish any hierarchy between categories. Everyone is free to prefer a category.


• « PIANO CONCERTOS » and « OTHER WORKS FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA » 

Works for piano and orchestra entitled "concerto", which are 12 to 16 minutes long, are listed among the PIANO CONCERTOS if their style is sufficiently classical, that is serious.


Why are some works not listed in their entirety ?

When only one movement of a work is selected, it is because, according to me, the other movements are not as perfect. This choice is, of course, very subjective.


• Maximum number of selected works for one composer

A composer can’t have more than twelve (12) selected works. Works orchestrated by someone other than the composer don’t count within the twelve selected works.


Why « 1, 600 works » ?

This number is not final. As I discover other masterworks from around the world, I will include them. The Internet is a great resource for discovering little-known masterpieces.


Levels of listening difficulty

The « Ideal "Discotheque" » distinguishes five (5) levels of difficulty :

  I = Very easy listening

  II = Easy listening

  III = Moderately difficult listening

  IV = Difficult listening

V = Very difficult listening ; nonetheless even the most difficult works are written in a broadly-defined "romantic" spirit.


How to read the indications

The nationality of each composer is indicated, along with the date of composition or publication of each work, the level of listening difficulty and its average duration.

For example : Holst Gustav (UK) : +The Planets, symphonic suite (1917/II/50’)

means :

     Surname, First name (Nationality)

     + = is a masterwork

     Title, subtitle

     1917 = date of the composition (or, failing that, the publication)    

     III = Moderately difficult listening

     50’ = average duration : 50 minutes


Several masterworks are unfortunately missing because they have been composed before 1850. Among them are :

Delalande : De profundis, for vocal soloists, mixed choir and orchestra (1689)

Purcell : Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary (1695)

Vivaldi : Stabat Mater, for Tenor and Strings (1712) and Four Seasons, for solo Violin and Strings (1725)

Haendel : Harp Concerto n°2 (1736)

Gluck : Dance of the Blessed Spirits, from the opera Orfeo ed Euridice, act II (1762)

Haydn : Cello Concerto n°2 (1783)

Mozart : A Little Night Music, for string orchestra (1787)

Boïeldieu : Harp Concerto in C major (1795)

Beethoven : Coriolan Overture (1807), Symphony n°5 (1808) and Symphony n°6 « The Pastorale » (1808)

Paganini : Violin Concerto n°1 (1816) and Violin Concerto n°4 (1830)

Rossini : Barbier de Seville, overture from the opera (1815) and La gazza ladra, overture from the opera (1817)

Lipinski : Rondo alla polacca, for Violin and orchestra (before 1821)

Schubert : Symphony n°8 « Unfinished » (1822) and Ave Maria, arr. for Soprano and orchestra (1825)

Berlioz : Symphony « Fantastic » (1830) and « The Damnation of Faust », ballet (1846)

Flotow : Piano Concerto n°2 in A minor (1831)

Alkan : Concerto da Camera n°2, for Piano and string orchestra (1832)

Chopin : Andante spianato et Grande polonaise brillante, for Piano and orchestra (1834)

Wagner : The Flying Dutchman, overture from the opera (1843) and Tannhaüser, overture from the opera (1845)

Mendelssohn : The Hebrides/Fingal’s Cave, overture (1832) ; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1843) ; Violin Concerto n°2 in E minor (1845)

Liszt : Hungarian Rhapsody n°2, for orchestra (1847)

Nicolai : The Merry Wives of Windsor, overture (1849)


The « Ideal "Discotheque" » conveys two important points :

     1) There has always been tonal romantic music throughout the XXth and XXIst centuries. This musical style has never had any quantitative decline.

     2) It is clear there is a terrible decline in the quality of the tonal music worldwide since the 1950s – especially in Europe and America. Only the realm of film scores continued, in the years 1950-1980, to produce music of beauty. But since the 1980/90s, in all musical areas, the qualitative decline is a great concern.


List of nationalities abbreviations

Argentina (Arg) ; Armenia (Arm) ; Australia (Aus) ; Austria (Aut) ; Azerbaijan (Aze) ; Basque Country (Bas) ; Belgium (Bel) ; Brazil (Bra) ; Bulgaria (Bul) ; Canada (Can) ; China (Chi) ; Croatia (Cro) ; Cuba (Cub) ; Czech Republic (Cze) ; Denmark (Den) ; Estonia (Est) ; Finlandia (Fin) ; France (Fra) ; Georgia (Geo) ; Germany (Ger) or (Ger/ex GDR) ; Hungary (Hun) ; Italia (Ita) ; Japan (Jap) ; Latvia (Lat) ; Lithuania (Lit) ; Malta (Mal) ; Mexico (Mex) ; Mon (Monaco/Principauté de Monaco) ; Netherlands (Net) ; Norway (Nor) ; Poland (Pol) ; Portugal (Por) ; Quebec (Que) ; Romania (Rom) ; Russia (Rus) ; Serbia (Ser) ; Slovakia (Slova) ; Slovenia (Slove) ; Spain (Spa) ; Sweden (Swe) ; Switzerland (Swi) ; Taiwan (Tai) ; Turkey (Tur) ; Turkmenistan (TKM) ; Ukraine (Ukr) ; United Kingdom [including Republic of Ireland] (UK) ; United States of America (USA) ; Venezuela (Ven).


• Other abbreviations

Adaptation/adapted : ad.

Arrangement : arr.

Circa (Around) : c.

Movement : mvt

Orchestration/orchestrated : orch.

Original : orig.

Revised : rev.



 To Walter Simmons,

 a great American music critic,

who agreed to be the dedicatee.


To my father Denis Boissier,

a writer and a music lover,

who introduced me to classical music

when I was two years old.


Corentin Boissier,

from Paris (France)

(Creation : may 2009.

Frequently update.)



The Ideal "Discotheque" of more than 1, 600 orchestral works of feelings

is linked on YouTube with my cultural musical channels

collectionCB, collectionCB2, collectionCB3 and collectionCB4

which present little-known masterworks of the XXth and XXIst centuries.

     


I- SYMPHONIES

Some works can not be entitled "symphony".


Gounod Charles (Fra) : Allegro molto (1st mvt), from Symphony n°1 in D major (1855/II/6’)

Bizet Georges (Fra) : +Symphony n°1 in C major (1855/II/28’)

Rimsky-Korsakov Nicolai (Rus) : *Symphony n°2 « Antar » (1868/II/35’)

Tchaikovsky Piotr (Tchaïkovski Pierre) (Rus) : Andantino in modo di canzone (2nd mvt), from Symphony n°4 (1878/II/9’)

Borodine Alexander (Rus) : Symphony n°2 « Epic » (1879/II/31’)

Debussy Claude (Fra)/orch. Tony Finno : Symphony in B minor, orchestrated (orig. for two pianos 1880 ; orch. 2011/II/11’)

Brahms Johannes (Ger) : *Poco allegretto (3rd mvt), from Symphony n°3 (1883/I/6’)

Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : +Symphony n°3 « With Organ » [two sections out of four use the pipe organ, mainly the last movement] (1886/III/36’)

Lalo Edouard (Fra) : Symphony in G minor (1886/III/28’)

Rimsky-Korsakov Nicolas (Rus) : +Scheherazade, symphonic suite [symphony in all but name] (1888/III/45’)

Mahler Gustav (Aut) : Funeral March (3rd mvt), from Symphony n°1 « Titan » (1888 ; rev. 1903/II/11’)

Tchaikovsky Piotr (Tchaïkovski Pierre) (Rus) : Andante cantabile, con alcuna licenza (2nd mvt), from Symphony n°5 (1888/II/14’)

Franck Cesar (César) (Fra) : Symphony in D minor (1889/III/37’)

Dvorak (Dvořák) Anton (Cze) : *Symphony n°8 in G major (1889/III/36’)

Chausson Ernest (Fra) : *Symphony in B flat major (1891/III/37’)

Dvorak (Dvořák) Anton (Cze) : +Symphony n°9 « The New World » (1893/III/45’)

Tchaikovsky Piotr (Tchaïkovski Pierre) (Rus) : Adagio – Allegro non troppo (1st mvt), from Symphony n°6 « Pathetic » (1893/II/19’)

Magnard Alberic (Albéric) (Fra) : Symphony n°2 in E major (1893/III/40’)

Mahler Gustav (Aut) : +Symphony n°2 « Resurrection » [with Soprano solo, Alto solo and mixed choir] (1894/III/75’)

Ropartz Guy (Fra) : Symphony n°1 in A minor (1894/III/41’)

Glazunov Alexander (Rus) : *Symphony n°5 in B flat major « Heroic » (1895/II/33’)

Enescu George (Enesco Georges) (Rom) : Study Symphony n°1 in D minor (1895/II/40’)

Dukas Paul (Fra) : +Symphony in C major (1896/III/40’)

Magnard Alberic (Albéric) (Fra) : Symphony n°3 in B flat minor (1896/III/40’)

Mahler Gustav (Aut) : Langsam. Ruhevoll. Empfunden (6th mvt), from Symphony n°3 (1896/III/26’)

Kalinnikov Vassili (Rus) : Symphony n°2 in A major (1897/II/37’)

Ives Charles (USA) : *Symphony n°1 in D minor (1898/III/37’)

Mahler Gustav (Aut) : Ruhevoll, Poco adagio (3rd mvt), from Symphony n°4 (1900/III/21’)

Hadley Henry Kimball (USA) : Symphony n°2 « The Four Seasons » (1901/III/45’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Carrillo Julian (Julián) (Mex) : Symphony n°1 in D major (1901/III/33’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Sibelius Jean (Fin) : +Symphony n°2 (1902/III/45’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : *Symphony n°1 in C sharp minor (1902/IV/54’)

Harty Hamilton (UK) : An Irish Symphony (1904 ; rev. 1924/II/34’)

Mahler Gustav (Aut) : +Adagietto (4th mvt), from Symphony n°5 (1904/II/12’)

Mahler Gustav (Aut) : Andante moderato (3rd mvt), from Symphony n°6 « Tragic » (1904/III/16’)

Debussy Claude (Fra) : +The Sea, three symphonic sketches [symphony in all but name] (1905/IV/24’)

Malipiero Gian Francesco (Ita) : Sinfonia del mare (1906/III/24’)

Roussel Albert (Fra) : Symphony n°1 « The Poem of the Forest » (1906/III/32’)

Casella Alfredo (Ita) : Symphony n°1 in B minor (1906/IV/45’)

Casadesus Francis (Fra) : Symphonie scandinave in B minor (1906/III/33’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninov) Sergei (Rus) : +Symphony n°2 in E minor (1907/III/55’)

Blumenfeld Felix (Rus) : *Symphony « To the Dear Beloved » (1907/III/34’)

Melartin Erkki (Fin) : Symphony n°3 in F major (1907/III/44’)

Stravinski Igor (Rus) : *Symphony n°1 in E flat major, op. 1 (1907 ; rev. 1913/III/35’)

Vierne Louis (Fra) : Symphony in A minor (1908/III/39’)

Gliere (Glière) Reinhold (Rus) : Symphony n°2 in C minor (1908/III/46’)

Casella Alfredo (Ita) : *Symphony n°2 in C minor (1909/IV/49’)

Alfano Franco (Ita) : Symphony n°1 « Classica » (1910 ; rev. 1923 and 1953/III/33’)

Mahler Gustav (Aut) : Adagio (1st mvt), from Symphony n°10 (1910/IV/27’)  

Nielsen Ludolf (Den) : *Symphony n°3 in C major (1911/III/53’)

Gliere (Glière) Reinhold (Rus) : Symphony n°3 in B minor « Ilya Murometz », shortened version by Leopold Stokowski authorized by the Composer (1911/III/38’)

Cales Pina (Calés Pina) Francisco (Spa) : Symphony n°2 (1912/III/36’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Tournemire Charles (Fra) : Pages symphoniques (Symphony n°4) [actually a symphonic poem in five parts] (1912/III/23’)

Korngold Erich Wolfgang (Aut/USA) : +Sinfonietta for Large orchestra (1913/III/44’)

Austin Frederic (UK) : Symphony in E major (1913/III/30’)

Atterberg Kurt (Swe) : Adagio (2nd mvt), from Symphony n°2 in F major (1913/II/16’)

Rangstrom (Rangström) Ture (Swe) : *Symphony n°1 « August Strindberg in Memoriam » (1914/IV/37’)

Berg Natanael (Swe) : Symphony n°1 « Everything Must End » (1914/III/39’)

Vaughan Williams Ralph (UK) : +Symphony n°2 « A London Symphony » (1914 ; rev. 1920 and 1936/III/48’)

Strauss Richard (Ger) : +An Alpine Symphony (1915/IV/51’)

Atterberg Kurt (Swe) : *Symphony n°3 « West Coast Pictures » (1916/III/35’)

Berg Natanael (Swe) : Symphony n°2 « The Seasons » (1916/II/22’)

Villa-Lobos Heitor (Bra) : Symphony n°1 « The Unexpected » (1916/IV/26’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : Symphony n°2 « Israel » [final part with two Sopranos, two Altos and one Bass] (1916/IV/34’)

Prokofiev Sergei (Rus) : +Symphony n°1 « Classical » (1917/I/14’)

Schreker Franz (Aut) : Chamber Symphony for 23 solo instruments ; also titled Sinfonietta in the version for full orchestra (1917/IV/25’)

Enescu George (Enesco Georges) (Rom) : Symphony n°3 in C major [with choir coloratura for the last movement] (1918/IV/50’)

Merikanto Aarre (Fin) : Symphony n°2 « War » (1918/III/46’)

Atterberg Kurt (Swe) : Andante (2nd mvt), from Symphony n°4 (1918/II/8’)

Alfven (Alfvén) Hugo (Swe) : Symphony n°4 in C minor « From the Archipelago » [with Soprano coloratura and Tenor coloratura] (1919/III/48’)

Emmanuel Maurice (Fra) : Symphony n°1 in A major (1919/III/21’)

Turina Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : *Sinfonia sevillana (1920/III/25’)

Pingoud Ernest (Rus/Fin) : Symphony n°1 (1920/IV/16’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Roussel Albert (Fra) : *Symphony n°2 in B flat major (1921/IV/38’)

Lefeld Jerzy (Pol) : Symphony n°2 in E minor (1921 ; rev. 1969-76/III/42’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Atterberg Kurt (Swe) : Symphony n°5 in D minor « Sinfonia funebre » (1922/III/34’)

Bliss Arthur (UK) : +A Colour Symphony (1922/III/31’)

Hanson Howard (USA) : *Symphony n°1 « Nordic » (1922/III/32’)

Nenov Dimitar (Bul) : *Symphony n°1 (1922/III/53’). CD not available.

Copland Aaron (USA) : Symphony for Organ and orchestra (1924/III/24’)

Saminsky Lazare (Rus/USA) : Symphony n°3 « Of the Seas » (1924/III/22’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Suchon (Suchoň) Eugen (Slova) : Sinfonietta in D major [in the old style of c. 1830-60] (1924/I/12’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Jose (José) Antonio (Spa) : Sinfonia castellana (1925/II/29’)

Melartin Erkki (Fin) : Symphony n°6 (1925/IV/35’)

Bausznern (Baußnern) Waldemar von (Ger) : Symphony n°7 in D major « Die Ungarische » (1926/IV/37’)

Koechlin (Kœchlin) Charles (Fra) : Symphony n°1 (orig. for string quartet 1911-16 ; orch. 1926/III/44’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bohnke Emil (Ger) : Symphony (1927/IV/40’)

Rangstrom (Rangström) Ture (Swe) : *Symphony n°3 « Song Under the Stars » (1929/IV/22’)

Marx Joseph (Aut) : *Nordic Rhapsody [symphony in all but name] (1929/III/34’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Still William Grant (USA) : *Symphony n°1 « Afro America » (1930/III/24’)

Hanson Howard (USA) : *Symphony n°2 « Romantic » (1930/III/30’)

Roussel Albert (Fra) : Symphony n°3 in G minor (1930/IV/24’)

Ferroud Pierre-Octave (Fra) : Symphony in A major (1930/III/24’)

Thompson Randall (USA) : +Symphony n°2 (1931/III/26’)

Alfano Franco (Ita) : *Symphony n°2 (1932/III/39’)

Meulemans Arthur (Bel) : Symphony n°2 (1933/III/18’)

Meulemans Arthur (Bel) : Symphony n°3 « Dennen » (1933/III/18’)

Weill Kurt (Ger) : Symphony n°2 (1933/III/28’)

Lloyd George (UK) : Symphony n°2 (1933/III/35’)

Dawson William Levi (USA) : *Negro-Folk Symphony (1934 ; rev. 1952/III/29’)

Britten Benjamin (UK) : +Simple Symphony for string orchestra (1934/II/16’)

Vasilenko Sergei (Rus) : Symphony n°3 « Italian » for Domra, Balalaika orchestra and wind orchestra (1934/II/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kishi Koichi (Jap) : Symphony in E flat minor « Buddha » (1934/III/41’)

Paray Paul (Fra) : Symphony n°1 in C minor (1934/III/28’)

Walton William (UK) : +Symphony n°1 in B flat minor (1935/III/45’)

Suolahti Heikki (Fin) : Sinfonia piccola (1935/II/21’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Wars Henryk (Vars Henry) (Pol/USA) : *Symphony n°1 (c. 1935/IV/31’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Rangstrom (Rangström) Ture (Swe) : Symphony n°4 « Invocatio » (1936/III/33’)

Barber Samuel (USA) : +Symphony n°1 in One Movement (1936/III/21’)

Still William Grant (USA) : *Symphony n°2 « The Song of a New Race » (1936/II/29’)

Gaubert Philippe (Fra) : Symphony in F major (1936/II/35’)

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : +Symphony n°5 in D minor (1937/III/45’)

Myaskovsky Nikolai (Rus) : Lento assai – Andantino ma non troppo (2nd mvt), from Symphony n°17 in G sharp minor (1937/III/17’)

Andriessen Hendrik (Net) : Symphony n°2 (1937/III/17’)

Bate Stanley (UK) : Sinfonietta n°1 (1938/III/19’)

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : Presto (3rd mvt), from Symphony n°6 (1939/II/8’)

Bantock Granville (UK) : Celtic Symphony for string orchestra and Six Harps (1940/II/20’)

Britten Benjamin (UK) : +Sinfonia da Requiem (1940/IV/20’)

Willson Meredith (USA) : Symphony n°2 « The Missions of California » (1940/III/32’)

Orthel Leon (Léon) (Net) : Symphony n°2 « Piccola sinfonia » (1940/III/16’)

Price Florence (USA) : Symphony n°3 in C minor (1940/II/29’)

Goossens Eugene (Eugène) (UK) : Symphony n°1 (1940/III/41’)

Dominchen Klimenty (Ukr) : Symphony n°1 (1940/III/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bate Stanley (UK) : Symphony n°3 (1940/III/29’)

Rakov Nikolai (Rus) : Symphony n°1 in D major (1940 ; rev. 1958/III/39’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Skulte Adolfs (Ādolfs) (Lat) : Symphony n°4 « Youth » (c. 1940 ? ; premiered 1965/IV/36’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Herrmann Bernard (USA) : +Symphony (1941/IV/35’)

Honegger Arthur (Swi/Fra) : Symphony n°2 for string orchestra and Trumpet [the Trumpet plays in the last two minutes] (1941/IV/25’)

Rota Nino (Ita) : Symphony n°2 in F major « Tarantino – Anni di pellegrinaggio » (1941 ; rev. 1975/II/31’)

Ivanovs Janis (Jānis) (Lat) : *Symphony n°4 « Atlantida » [with choir coloratura in 2nd movement] (1941/IV/52’)

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : Allegretto (1st mvt), from Symphony n°7 « Leningrad » (1941/III/26’)

Khrennikov Tikhon (Rus) : *Symphony n°2 (1942/III/35’)

Tubin Eduard (Est) : Symphony n°4 « Sinfonia lirica » (1943 ; rev. 1978/III/37’)

Tyberg Marcel (Aut) : Symphony n°3 (1943/III/36’)

Marinuzzi Gino (Ita) : *Symphony in A major (1943/IV/41’)

Read Gardner (USA) : *Symphony n°2 (1943/V/24’)

Skerjanc (Škerjanc) Lucijan (Slove) : *Symphony n°5 (1943/III/38’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Popov Gavriil (Rus) : Symphony n°2 « Motherland » (1943/III/35’)

Knipper Lev (Rus) : Symphony n°8 (1943/III/27’)

Sternefeld Daniel (Bel) : Symphony n°1 in C major (1943/IV/32’)

Vaughan Williams Ralph (UK) : Romanza : Lento (3rd mvt), from Symphony n°5 (1943/II/12’)

Prokofiev Sergei (Rus) : +Symphony n°5 (1944/III/43’)

Raid Kaljo (Est) : Symphony n°1 in C minor (1944/III/38’)

Creston Paul (USA) : Symphony n°2 (1944/III/22’)

Atterberg Kurt (Swe) : Adagio (2nd mvt), from Symphony n°8 (1944/II/10’)

Khachaturian (Khatchaturian) Aram (Arm) : +Symphony n°2 « The Bell » (1944/IV/48’)

Aubin Tony (Fra) : Symphony n°2 (1944/III/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Guridi Jesus (Jesús) (Bas/Spa) : Sinfonia pirenaica (1945/III/49’)

Sauguet Henri (Fra) : Symphony n°1 « Expiatory » (1945/IV/53’)

Daetwyler Jean (Swi) : Ski-Symphony (1945/III/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Chailley Jacques (Fra) : Symphony n°1 in G minor (1945/IV/29’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Champagne Claude (Can) : Symphonie gaspésienne (1945/III/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Klebanov Dmitri (Ukr) : Symphony n°1 « In Memory of the Martyrs of Babi Yar » (1945/III/48’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Turina Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : Sinfonia del Mar [only the first two movements have been completed] (1945/III/15’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Skulte Adolfs (Ādolfs) (Lat) : *Symphony n°1 « About Peace » (c. 1945 ? ; premiered 1954/IV/47’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Giannini Vittorio (USA) : Symphony n°5 (c. 1945 ? ; premiered 1965/IV/32’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Honegger Arthur (Swi/Fra) : Symphony n°3 « Liturgy » (1946/IV/27’)

Braga Santos Joly (Por) : Symphony n°1 in D major (1946/III/36’)

Andriessen Hendrik (Net) : *Symphony n°3 (1946/III/24’)

Gillis Don (USA) : *Symphony n°5½ « A Symphony for Fun » (1946/II/14’)

Mennin Peter (USA) : Symphony n°3 (1946/III/22’)

Otterloo Willem van (Net) : *Symphony n°2 (1946/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Popov Gavriil (Rus) : Symphony n°3 in G minor « The Heroic » for string orchestra (1946/IV/54’)

Yevlakhov (Evlakhov) Orest (Rus) : Symphony n°1 (1946/III/36’)

Lajtha Laszlo (László) (Hun) : Pas trop lent (2nd mvt), from Sinfonietta for string orchestra n°1 (1946/III/7’)

Machavariani (Matchavariani) Aleksandre (Aleksi/Alexi/Alexei) (Geo) : Symphony n°1 in E minor « Dedicated to the Tragedy of the Second World War » (1947/III/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Rota Nino (Ita) : Sinfonia sopra una canzone d’amore (1947/II/31’)

Ward Robert (USA) : Symphony n°2 (1947/III/21’)

Collet Henri (Fra) : Symphonie de l’Alhambra (1947/II/19’)

Lloyd George (UK) : Symphony n°5 (1947/III/54’)

Amirov Fikret (Aze) : Symphony for string orchestra « To the Memory of the Poet Nizami » (1947 ; rev. 64 and 83/II/24’)

Wellesz Egon (Aut) : Symphony n°2 « The English » (1948/III/42’)

Braga Santos Joly (Por) : *Symphony n°2 in B minor (1948/III/49’)

Kochurov Yuri (Rus) : Macbeth Symphony (1948/III/29’)

Rochberg George (USA) : *Allegro molto, ma un poco pesante : Exultant ! (1st mvt), from Symphony No. 1 (1948 ; rev. 1977 and 2003/V/11’)

Braga Santos Joly (Por) : *Symphony n°3 in C major (1949/III/39’)

Badings Henk (Net) : Symphony n°5 (1949/III/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Avshalomov Aaron (Rus/USA) : Symphony n°2 in E minor (1949/III/33’)

Hlobil Emil (Cze) : Symphony n°1 for Large orchestra (1949/III/33’)

Andriessen Jurriaan (Net) : Symphony n°1 « Berkshire Symphonies » (1949/III/30’)

Lamote de Grignon Ricardo (Ricard) (Spa) : *Simfonia catalana (1950/II/38’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Barraud Henry (Fra) : Symphony n°1 « Symphonie de Numance » (1950/III/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Moeran Ernst John (UK) : Symphony n°2 in E flat major [completed in 2011 by Martin Yates] (1939-1950/III/35’)

Skulte Adolfs (Ādolfs) (Lat) : Symphony n°9 (c. 1950 ? ; premiered 1987/IV/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Warren Elinor Remick (USA) : Symphony in One Movement (c. 1950 ; premiered 1970/III/18’)

Braga Santos Joly (Por) : *Symphony n°4 in E minor (1951/III/53’)

Tcherepnin Alexandre (Rus) : Symphony n°3 « The Chinese » (1951/II/25’)

Dutilleux Henri (Fra) : Symphony n°1 (1951/IV/31’)

Gillis Don (USA) : *Symphony n°9 « Star-Spangled » (1951/II/28’)

Lajtha Laszlo (László) (Hun) : Symphony n°4 « The Spring » (1951/III/26’)

McKay George Frederick (USA) : Evocation Symphony « Symphony for Seattle » (1951/III/24’)

Zimmermann Bernd Alois (Ger) : Symphony in One Movement (1951 ; rev. 1953/V/15’)

Vaughan Williams Ralph (UK) : *Symphony n°7 « Sinfonia antartica » for Large orchestra with Soprano coloratura, choir, Organ and wind machine, arr. from the film music Scott of the Antarctic (orig. film score 1948 ; 1952/III/42’)

Kurka Robert (USA) : Symphony n°2 (1952/IV/20’)

Korngold Erich Wolfgang (Aut/USA) : Symphony in F sharp major (1952/III/52’)

Bacewicz Grazyna (Grażyna) (Pol) : Symphony n°3 (1952/III/29’)

Nystroem Gosta (Gösta) (Swe) : Symphony n°4 « Sinfonia Shakespeariana » (1952/III/25’)

Lajtha Laszlo (László) (Hun) : Symphony n°5 (1952/III/27’)

Arnold Malcolm (UK) : Symphony n°2 (1953/III/31’)

Mennin Peter (USA) : Symphony n°6 (1953/III/26’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : *Sinfonia breve (1953/IV/19’)

Bacewicz Grazyna (Grażyna) (Pol) : *Symphony n°4 (1953/IV/29’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : Allegro (2nd mvt), from Symphony n°10 (1953/III/4’)

Lopatnikoff Nikolai (Est/USA) : Symphony n°3 (1954/IV/30’)

Sulek (Šulek) Stjepan (Cro) : Symphony n°4 (1954/IV/30’)

Badings Henk (Net) : Symphony n°7 « Louisville Symphony » (1954/III/22’)

Andriessen Hendrik (Net) : Symphony n°4 (1954/III/24’)

Toduta (Toduță) Sigismund (Rom) : Symphony n°1 in D major (1954/III/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Vincent John (USA) : Symphony in D « A Festival Piece in One Movement » (1954 ; rev. 1956/III/19’)

Kapp Villem (Willem) (Est) : *Symphony n°2 in C minor (1955/II/30’)

Creston Paul (USA) : Symphony n°5 (1955/III/26’)

Kupferman Meyer (USA) : Symphony n°4 (1955/IV/22’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bate Stanley (UK) : Symphony n°4 (1955/III/37’)

Zimmer Jan (Ján) (Slova) : Symphony n°1 (1955/III/26’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Borkovec (Bořkovec) Pavel (Cze) : Symphony n°2 (1955/IV/32’)

Joubert John (UK) : Symphony n°1 (1955/III/31’)

Wolfe Stanley (USA) : *Symphony n°4 (c. 1955 ? ; premiered 1965/III/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Wolfe Stanley (USA) : *Symphony n°5 (c. 1955 ? ; premiered 1971/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Skulte Adolfs (Ādolfs) (Lat) : *Symphony n°5 (c. 1955 ? ; premiered 1974/III/33’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Dan Ikuma (Jap) : Symphony n°2 in B flat major (1956/III/50’)

Kabalevski Dmitri (Rus) : Symphony n°4 in C minor (1956/III/41’)

Alwyn William (UK) : Symphony n°3 (1956/III/35’)

Lloyd George (UK) : Symphony n°6 (1956/III/22’)

Hanus (Hanuš) Jan (Cze) : Symphony n°3 in D minor (1956/IV/33’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Popov Gavriil (Rus) : Symphony n°5 « Pastorale » (1956/IV/45’)

Rakov Nikolai (Rus) : Symphony n°2 « Youth » (1957/II/22’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : *Symphony n°11 « The Year 1905 » (1957/III/61’)

Dobias Vaclav (Dobiáš Václav) (Cze) : *Symphony n°2 (1957/III/50’)

Raats (Rääts) Jan (Est) : Symphony n°1 (1957/III/17’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Arutiunian (Arutunian) Alexander (Arm) : Symphony for Large orchestra (1957/III/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Shchedrin (Schedrin) Rodion (Rus) : Symphony n°1 (1958/IV/30’)

Karamanov Alemdar (Ukr) : Symphony n°7 « The Moonlight Sea » (1958/IV/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Levy Jules (Bul) : Symphony n°1 « Life and Death » (1958/III/28’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kolodub Levko (Ukr) : Symphony n°1 « Academic » (1958 ; rev. 2006/III/40’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Lloyd George (UK) : Symphony n°7 (1959/III/50’)

Walton William (UK) : *Symphony n°2 (1960/III/28’)

Guerra-Peixe Cesar (César) (Bra) : Symphony n°2 « Brasilia » [with choir] (1960/III/44’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Badings Henk (Net) : Symphony n°9 for Strings (1960/IV/17’)

Yarovinsky Boris (Ukr) : Symphony n°2 in A minor « Romantic » (1960/III/32’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bennett Robert Russell (USA) : Stephen Collins Foster : A Commemoration Symphony [with choir in the last movement] (1960/I/21’)

Bourgeois Derek (UK) : Symphony n°1 in G minor (1960/III/23’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Vlasov Vladimir (Rus) : Pathetic Symphony for Soprano coloratura, Women’s choir and orchestra (c. 1960 ? ; premiered 1980/III/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Arnold Malcolm (UK) : *Symphony n°5 (1961/III/32’)

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : *Symphony n°12 « The Year 1917 » (1961/III/39’)

Mokranjac Vasilije (Ser) : Symphony n°1 (1961/IV/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Lloyd George (UK) : Symphony n°8 (1961/III/45’)

Kardos (Kardoš) Dezider (Slova) : Symphony n°3 (1961/IV/38’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Hamilton Iain (UK) : Symphony n°4 (1961-1981/IV/47’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Stoyanov Vesselin (Veselin) (Bul) : Symphony n°1 (1962/II/28’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Soukup Vladimir (Vladimír) (Cze) : Symphony n°2 « Dramatic » (1962/IV/25’). CD not available.

Mirzoyan Edvard (Arm) : Symphony for Strings and Timpani (1962/II/33’)

Butting Max (Ger/ex GDR) : *Symphony n°10 (1963/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Skerl (Škerl) Dane (Slove) : Symphony n°2 for Strings « Monotematica » (1963/III/14’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Karetnikov Nikolai (Rus) : Symphony n°4 (1963/V/27’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Yevlakhov (Evlakhov) Orest (Rus) : Symphony n°2 (1963/IV/32’). CD not available.

Mennin Peter (USA) : Symphony n°7 « Variation-Symphony » (1964/III/27’)

Soukup Vladimir (Vladimír) (Cze) : Symphony n°3 « Song of Joy » (1964/III/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Veale John (UK) : Symphony n°2 in D minor (1964/III/35’)

Mokranjac Vasilije (Ser) : Symphony n°2 (1965/IV/21’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Nosyrev Mikhail (Rus) : Allegro vivace – Andante maestoso (4th mvt), from Symphony n°1 (1965/II/6’)

Kersters Willem (Bel) : Symphony n°3 (1967/IV/26’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Lo Presti Ronald (USA) : Symphony n°1 (1967/IV/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Yevlakhov (Evlakhov) Orest (Rus) : Symphony n°3 (1967/IV/34’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Jurovski (Yurowski) Vladimir (Ukr) : Symphony n°4 in C major (1967/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Flagello Nicolas (USA) : Symphony n°1 (1968/III/37’)

Carlstedt Jan (Swe) : Symphony n°2 « Of Brotherhood "In honor of Martin Luther King" » (1968/III/31’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kochan Gunter (Günter) (Ger/ex GDR) : Symphony n°2 (1968/IV/16’)

Lloyd George (UK) : Symphony n°9 (1969/III/28’)

Alwyn William (UK) : Sinfonietta for string orchestra (1970/III/23’)

Chargeishvili Nektarios (Geo) : Symphony (1971/V/23’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Jurovski (Yurowski) Vladimir (Ukr) : *Symphony n°5 in F sharp minor (c. 1940 ? ; rev. 1971/III/45’)

Chance John Barnes (USA) : Symphony n°2 for Winds and Percussion (1972/III/19’)

Lundquist Torbjorn (Torbjörn) (Swe) : Symphony n°3 « Dolorosa » (1975/III/31’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Englund Einar (Fin) : Symphony n°4 « Nostalgic » for string orchestra and Percussion (1976/III/23’)

Yarovinsky Boris (Ukr) : *Symphony n°4 in F minor (1980/III/28’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Sheng Li-Hong (Chi) : Ocean Symphony (1980/II/44’)

Penderecki Krzysztof (Pol) : Symphony n°2 « Christmas » (1980/V/35’)

Macha (Mácha) Otmar (Cze) : Sinfonietta n°2 « Whatever New Things Emerge » (1980/III/20’). CD not available.

Mukhatov Veli (Muhadow Weli) (TKM) : Symphony n°2 « Heroic » To the Memory of the Heroes who Died in the Great Patriotic War (1980/III/44’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Sulek (Šulek) Stjepan (Cro) : Symphony n°8 (1981/III/53’)

Dorati (Doráti) Antal (Hun) : Symphony n°2 « Querela Pacis » (1985/III/29’)

De Meij Johann (Net) : Symphony n°1 « The Lord of the Rings » (1984-88/II/43’)

Landowski Marcel (Fra) : Symphony n°4 in Five Movements (1988/V/29’)

Bourgeois Derek (UK) : Symphony n°6 « A Cotswold Symphony » (1988/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Brusa Elisabetta (Ita) : Sinfonia drammatica [shortened and revised version of the Symphony n°1] (1990/III/28’). CD not available.

Mathias William (UK) : *Symphony n°3 (premiered 1991/III/31’)

Welcher Dan (USA) : Symphony n°1 (1992/IV/40’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Pavlova Alla (Ukr/USA) : Symphony n°3 (2000/II/41’)

Schmidt Heather (Can) : *Symphony n°1 « Manufactured Landscapes » (2005/IV/39’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Auerbach Lera (Rus/USA) : Symphony n°1 « Chimera » (2006/IV/33’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Pearce Andrew (UK) : Cinema Symphony [not a classical symphony, but a music written by a film composer in the style of the American movies of the 1990s] (2008/II/52’)

Pavlova Alla (Ukr/USA) : Symphony n°7 Concertante for Violin and orchestra [in the old style of c. 1890] (2011/II/38’)



II- OTHER ORCHESTRAL WORKS IN SEVERAL PARTS (except symphonies, concertos, ballets and movies soundtracks) 

Some works can be entitled "symphony".


Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : Oratorio de Noël (1852/II/40’)

Verdi Giuseppe (Ita) : « Aida » Great March and Ballet [with choir], from the opera (1871/I/12’)

Bizet Georges (Fra) : +L’Arlésienne, suite for orchestra (1872/I/30’)

Bizet Georges (Fra) : +Carmen, suite from the opera (1875/I/30’)

Dvorak (Dvořák) Antonin (Cze) : +Serenade for Strings in E major (1875/II/27’)

Grieg Edvard (Nor) : +Peer Gynt, incidental music [with or without choir] (1876/II/30’)

Janacek Leos (Janáček Leoš) (Cze) : Suite for Strings (1877/II/20’)

Grieg Edvard (Nor) : *String Quartet n°1 in G minor, version for string orchestra (orig. 1878 ; orch. ?/III/38’)

Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : Requiem (1878/II/34’)

Brahms Johannes (Ger)/orch. Johannes Brahms (n°1, 3, 10), Anton Dvorak (n°17 to 21), Andreas Hallen (n°2), Paul Juon (n°4), Martin Schmeling (n°5 to 7), Hans Gal (n°8 and 9) and others : 21 Hungarian Dances, orchestrated [in particular : n°1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 20, 21] (orig. for piano 1867-80 ; orch. after 1880/I/around 34’) 

Faure (Fauré) Gabriel & Messager Andre (André) (Fra) : Messe des Pêcheurs de Villerville for Women’s voices, orchestra and Harmonium (1881/II/17’)

Grieg Edvard (Nor) : Holberg Suite for Strings (orig. for piano 1884 ; orch. 1885/II/19’)

Granados Enrique (Spa)/orch. Anselm Ferrer : Cinq piezas sobre cantos populares españoles, orchestrated (1885/II/24’)

Albeniz (Albéniz) Isaac (Spa)/orch. Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos : +Suite Española, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1886 ; orch. after 1960/III/38’)

Debussy Claude (Fra) : Spring, symphonic suite (1887/II/16’)

Delius Frederick (UK) : +Florida Suite (1887/II/38’)

Delius Frederick (UK) : Hiawatha, tone poem for orchestra [two movements] (1888/II/18’)

Bruneau Alfred (Fra) : Requiem (1888/II/38’)

Franck Cesar (César) (Fra) : Psyché, symphonic poem [in four parts] (1888/III/28’)

Charpentier Gustave (Fra) : +Impressions d’Italie, suite for orchestra (1889/II/35’)

Dvorak (Dvořák) Antonin (Cze) : Requiem [highlights] (1890/III/around 50’)

Delius Frederick (UK) : Three Small Tone Poems [Summer Evening ; Winter Night (Sleigh Ride) ; Spring Morning] (1890/II/19’)

Elgar Edward (UK) : *Serenade in E minor for Strings (1892/I/12’)

Suk Josef (Cze) : Serenade for string orchestra (1892/II/30’)

Bruckner Anton (Aut) : +Motets (from 1861 to 1892/III/50’)

Chausson Ernest (Fra) : *Poème de l’amour et de la mer for Soprano and orchestra (1892/III/28’)

Gilson Paul (Bel) : The Sea, symphonic poem for orchestra [in four movements] (1892/III/35’)

MacDowell Edward (USA) : Suite n°1 for Large orchestra (1893/II/20’)

Nepomuceno Alberto (Bra) : Suite Antiga for Strings (1893/I/13’)

Ippolitov-Ivanov Mikhail (Rus) : Caucasian Sketches, suite n°1 (1894/II/25’)

Ippolitov-Ivanov Mikhail (Rus) : Caucasian Sketches, suite n°2 « Iveria » (1896/II/24’)

De Greef Arthur (Bel) : Symphonic Suite for orchestra in G major (1896/II/21’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Karlowicz Mieczyslaw (Karłowicz Mieczysław) (Pol) : Serenade for string orchestra (1897/II/22’)

Satie Erik (Fra)/orch. Claude Debussy & Ronald Corp : Three Gymnopédies, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1888 ; orch. n°1 and n°3 by Claude Debussy, 1897 ; n°2 by Ronald Corp, 1989/I/10’) [also other orchestration of n°3 by Francis Poulenc]

Valle Chinestra Bernardino (Spa) : Canaria, symphonic suite (1898/II/31’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Bonis Mel (Mélanie) (Fra) : Suite en forme de valses + Les Gitanos (Les Gitanos orchestrated by Adolphe Gauwin) (1898/I/14’)

Suk Josef (Cze) : Fairy Tale, suite from the incidental music to « Raduz and Mahulena » (1898 ; rev. 1912/II/30’)

Busser (Büsser) Henri (Fra) : Petite Suite, op. 12, version for orchestra (orig. for flute and piano 1898 ; orchestral version recorded in 1953/I/9’)

Debussy Claude (Fra) : *Three Nocturnes for orchestra (1899/III/23’)

Faure (Fauré) Gabriel (Fra) : +Requiem (1899/II/42’)

Foote Arthur (USA) : Four Character Pieces after the « Rubaiyat » of Omar Khayyam (1900/II/20’)

Glazunov Alexander (Rus) : From the Middle Ages, suite for orchestra (1902/II/22’)

Marsick Armand (Bel) : *Scènes de montagne, symphonic poem [symphonic suite in all but name] (1902/II/33’)

Delius Frederick : Appalachia, variations on an Old Slave Song [with choir for the final] (1903/II/40’)

Peterson-Berger Wilhelm (1867-1942) : The Last Summer, symphonic suite (1903/II/31’)

Pizzetti Ildebrando (Ita) : Tre Preludii Sinfonici per l’Edipo Re (1904/III/17’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : Winter-Spring, two symphonic poems (1904/II/12’)

Grieg Edvard (Nor) : Lyric Suite (1905/II/18’)

Falla Manuel de (Spa) : « The Brief Life » Interlude and Dance, from the opera (1905/III/7’)

d’Indy Vincent (Fra) : *Jour d’été à la montagne, symphonic triptych (1905/III/30’)

Sibelius Jean (Fin) : Belshazzar’s Feast, suite (1906/II/14’)

Debussy Claude (Fra)/orch. Henri Büsser : Petite suite, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1889 ; orch. 1907/II/13’)

Vaughan Williams Ralph (UK) : Three Impressions for orchestra, completed by James Francis Brown [contains : Burley Heath, 1903 ; The Solent, 1903 ; Harnham Down, 1907] (1907/III/24’)

Roussel Albert (Fra) : Le Marchand de sable qui passe, incidental music (1908/II/17’)

Suk Josef (Cze) : *A Summer’s Tale for Large orchestra [suite of five symphonic poems] (1908/III/49’)

Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : Three Symphonic Pictures after the Play « La Foi » (1909/II/33’)

Schreker Franz (Aut) : Ein Tanzspiel, four pieces in the old style for Large orchestra (1909/II/11’)

Pierne (Pierné) Gabriel (Fra) : *Ramuntcho – Overture and Incidental Music (1910/II/25’)

Diepenbrock Alphons (Net) : *Marsyas, concert suite (1910/III/34’)

Granados Enrique (Spa)/orch. Ernesto Halffter : +Danzas españolas, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1890 ; orch. after 1910/III/20’)

Schmitt Florent (Fra) : Soirs, eight short pieces for orchestra (orig. for piano 1890-95 ; orch. 1890-96/II/26’)

Bridge Frank (UK) : +The Sea, symphonic suite (1911/III/23’)

Foulds John (UK) : Keltic Suite (1911/II/15’)

Roussel Albert (Fra) : *Evocations, symphonic triptych [the third movement is for vocal soloists, choir and orchestra] (1912/III/46’)

Debussy Claude (Fra) : +Three Images for orchestra [contains : Gigues, 1912 ;  Iberia, 1908 ; Rondes de printemps, 1909] (1912/III/34’)

Holst Gustav (UK) : *St Paul’s Suite for string orchestra (1912 ; rev. 1922/I/12’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : Three Jewish Poems (1913/III/24’)

Meulemans Arthur (Bel) : The Pliny’s Fountain, symphonic triptych (1913/III/20’)

Roger-Ducasse Jean (Fra) : Orphée, trois fragments symphoniques du mimodrame lyrique (1913/III/25’)

Reger Max (Aut) : +Four Tone Poems After Arnold Böcklin [contains : The Hermit Playing the Violon ; The Plays of the Waves ; The Isle of the Dead ; Bacchanal] (1913/III/29’)

Bax Arnold (UK) : Three Pieces for orchestra (1913 ; rev. 1928/III/21’)

Rabaud Henri (Fra) : Maroûf, savetier du Caire, suite from the opera (1914/II/16’)

Nielsen Ludolf (Den) : *Forest Walk, symphonic suite (1914/II/28’)

Carpenter John Alden (USA) : Adventures in a Perambulator, suite for orchestra (1915/I/27’)

Szymanovski Karol (Pol) : Nocturne and Tarantella [Tarantella orchestrated by Grzegorz Fitelberg] (1915/II/11’)

Respighi Ottorino (Ita) : +Fountains of Rome, suite for orchestra (1916/III/16’)

Farwell Arthur (USA) : The Gods of the Mountain, orchestral suite (1916/II/19’)

Turina Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : Navidad, incidental music [with piano obbliggato] (1916/III/16’)

Holst Gustav (UK) : +The Planets, symphonic suite (1917/III/50’)

Suk Josef (Cze) : The Ripening, symphonic poem [in six parts] (1917/III/38’)

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : Tableaux pittoresques for orchestra (1917/III/26’)

Cras Jean (Fra) : Ames d’enfants for orchestra (1918/II/18’) 

Boulanger Lili (Fra) : +D’un soir tristeD’un matin de printemps, for orchestra (1918/III/15’)

Korngold Erich Wolfgang (Aut) : Much Ado About Nothing, incidental music ; also little suite (1919/II/42’ or 16’)

Falla Manuel de (Spa) : +Three Dances (suite n°2), from the opera  The Three-Cornered Hat (1919/III/13’) [see also The Three-Cornered Hat, ballet]

Nielsen Carl (Den) : Aladdin Suite [with or without choir] (1919/II/23’)

Turina Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : Danzas fantasticas (1919/III/16’)

Harty Hamilton (UK) : Fantasy Scenes on an Eastern Romance (1919/II/11’)

Taylor Deems (USA) : Through the Looking Glass, symphonic suite (1919/III/31’)

Pierne (Pierné) Gabriel (Fra) : *Paysages franciscains, three pieces for orchestra (1920/II/22’)

Schmitt Florent (Fra) : +Antony and Cleopatra, six symphonic episodes (1920/III/49’)

Vladigerov Pancho (Bul) : Three Impressions for orchestra (1920/II/18’). CD not available.

Lopez Buchardo (López Buchardo) Carlos (Arg) : Escenas Argentinas for orchestra (1920/II/15’)

Diepenbrock Alphons (Net) : Electra after Sophocles, symphonic suite, arranged from his incidental music (1920/III/21’)

Debussy Claude (Fra)/orch. George Cloëz/André Caplet : Suite bergamasque, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1890-1905 ; orch. c. 1920/II/18’)

d’Indy Vincent (Fra) : *Poème des rivages, symphonic suite in Four Pictures (1921/III/33’)

Bartok Bela (Bartók Béla) (Hun) : Four Pieces for orchestra (orig. for piano 1912 ; orch. 1921/IV/24’)

Janacek Leos (Janáček Leoš) (Cze) : *Taras Bulba, rhapsody for orchestra (1921/IV/24’)

Toldra (Toldrà) Eduard (Spa) : Vistes al mar, suite for string orchestra (1921/II/16’)

Mussorgsky Modest (Moussorgsky Modeste) (Rus)/orch. Maurice Ravel : +Pictures at an Exhibition, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1874 ; orch. 1922/II/31’) [also other orchestrations by Henry Wood (1915), Leopold Stokowski (1939) and Vladimir Ashkenazy (1982)]

Ibert Jacques (Fra) : *Escales, symphonic triptych (1922/III/25’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : Poems of the Sea (orig. for piano 1922 ; orch. 1922/III/15’)

Alfven (Alfvén) Hugo (Swe) : The Mountain King, suite (1923/II/15’)

Wetzler Hermann Hans (Ger/USA) : Visions, suite for Large orchestra (1923/IV/33’)

Gablenz Jerzy (Pol) : The Pilgrim, symphonic poem [in three parts] (1923/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Prokofiev Sergei (Rus) : +The Love for Three Oranges, suite (1924/II/15’)

Respighi Ottorino (Ita) : +The Pines of Rome, symphonic suite (1924/III/22’)

Braunfels Walter (Ger) : Don Juan, a classical-romantical Phantasmagoria (Theme and 7 Variations) for Large orchestra (1924/IV/36’)

Vladigerov Pancho (Bul) : *« A Dream Play » Scandinavian Suite for Large orchestra, based on the incidental music to August Strindberg’s play Ett Drömspel (1924 ; original incidental music : 1921/III/33’)

Wetzler Hermann Hans (Ger/USA) : Assisi, legend for orchestra (1924/III/21’)

Alpaerts Flor (Bel) : Pallieter, symphonic poem [in three parts] (1924/IV/29’)

Nenov Dimitar (Bul) : Four Sketches for Large orchestra (1924/III/15’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Marx Joseph (Aut) : Nature Trilogy, symphonic suite [contains : Symphonic Night Music ; Idyll, Concertino on the Pastoral Fourth ; Spring Music] (1922-25/IV/26’; 16’ ; 23’)

Kodaly (Kodály) Zoltan (Hun) : *Hary Janos, suite (1926/IV/25’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : *America, epic rhapsody in Three Movements for orchestra (1916-26/IV/51’)

d’Indy Vincent (Fra) : *Mediterranean Diptych (1926/III/16’)

Grofe (Grofé) Ferde (USA) : Mississipi Suite (1926/II/13’)

Janacek Leos (Janáček Leoš) (Cze) : Glagolitic Mass for vocal soloists, double chorus, Organ and orchestra (1926/III/40’)

Marek Czeslaw (Czesław) (Pol) : Suite for orchestra (1926 ; rev. 1943/IV/21’)

Respighi Ottorino (Ita) : Trittico botticelliano (1927/II/19’)

Suchon (Suchoň) Eugen (Slova) : The Night of the Witches, three symphonic poems (1927/II/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Serra Joaquim (Spa) : Rural Impressions, symphonic suite (1927/II/16’)

Lecuona Ernesto (Cub)/orch. Gordon Jenkins : Andalucia, spanish suite, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1928 ; orch. after 1940/I/20’). CD not available.

Kunneke (Künneke) Eduard (Ger) : *Dance Suite for Jazz orchestra (1929/II/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Gaubert Philippe (Fra) : Les Chants de la Mer, three symphonic pictures (1929/II/17’)

Turina Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : Danzas Gitanas, 1st Book, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1930 ; orch. 1930/III/16’)

Samper Baltasar (Spa) : Mallorca, symphonic suite (1930/II/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Still William Grant (USA) : Africa, symphonic poem in three movements (1930/II/27’)

Canteloube Joseph (Fra) : Chants d’Auvergne for Soprano and orchestra [highlights] (1923-1930/II/around 50’)

Devreese Godfried (Bel) : Tombelene, choreographic suite (1931/II/23’)

Grofe (Grofé) Ferde (USA) : Grand Canyon Suite (1931/II/36’)

Coates Eric (UK) : From Meadow to Mayfair, suite for orchestra (1931/I/12’)

Hadley Patrick (UK) : The Trees So High, symphonic ballad [last movement with Baritone and choir] (1931/III/28’)

Tveitt Geirr (Nor) : Prillar, suite in Norwegian Moods [a kind of symphony in three movements] (1931/III/37’)

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : *Hamlet, incidental music (1932/II/22’)

Ponce Manuel (Mex) : Estampas nocturnas for string orchestra (1932/II/20’)

Durufle (Duruflé) Maurice (Fra) : *Three Dances for orchestra (1932/III/22’)

Johnson James Price (USA) : Harlem Symphony [suite of four jazz pieces] (1932/II/22’)

Villa-Lobos Heitor (Bra) : Bachianas Brasileiras n°2 (1933/III/23’) 

Petrassi Goffredo (Ita) : Concerto for orchestra n°1 (1934/III/15’)

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : Suite for Jazz orchestra n°1 (1934/II/8’)

Hubeau Jean (Fra) : *Tableaux hindous (1935/III/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Gould Morton (USA) : American Symphonette n°2 [suite of three dances] (1935/II/10’)

Converse Frederick (USA) : American Sketches [despite its title, it is a true symphony in four movements] (1935/III/31’)

Sternefeld Daniel (Bel) : Mater Dolorosa, Four Interludes and Finale (1935/IV/23’)

Schmitt Florent (Fra) : In Memoriam for orchestra [Cippus feralis ; Scherzo on the Name of Fauré] (1935/III/15’)

Wars Henryk (Vars Henry) (Pol/USA) : City Sketches (c. 1935/III/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bartok Bela (Bartók Béla) (Hun) : +Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta (1936/IV/30’)

Fischer Ernst (Ger) : Südlich der Alpen/South of the Alps, suite in four movements (1936/I/15’)

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : *Triptych for orchestra (1937/II/24’)

Orff Carl (Ger) : Carmina Burana, cantata (1937/III/56’)

Lamote de Grignon Ricardo (Ricard) (Spa) : Divertimento for Jazz orchestra (1937/II/22’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : Evocations, symphonic suite (1937/III/19’)

Barisons Peteris (Pēteris) (Lat) : A Wreath of Flowers, symphonic suite (1937/II/23’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Liviabella Lino (Ita) : Monte Mario, symphonic poem [in four parts] (1937/III/17’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Martinu (Martinů) Bohuslav (Tch/USA) : Double Concerto for Two string orchestras, Piano and Timpani (1938/IV/22’)

Grofe (Grofé) Ferde (USA) : Hollywood Suite (1938/II/21’)

Larsson Lars-Erik (Swe) : A Winter’s Tale, suite (1938/II/9’)

Ropartz Guy (Fra) : *Requiem (1938/II/36’)

Kabalevski Dmitri (Rus) : The Comedians, suite from the incidental music (1940/I/16’)

Durufle (Duruflé) Maurice (Fra) : Andante and Scherzo for orchestra (1940/III/15’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Skerjanc (Škerjanc) Lucijan (Slove) : Eight Pieces for Strings (Suite for string orchestra n°2) (1940/III/17’). CD not available.

Gould Morton (USA) : Latin-American Symphonette (American Symphonette n°4) [suite of four modern dances] (1941/II/20’)

Gould Morton (USA) : Spirituals for Strings choir and orchestra [the fourth movement, "Protest", was used as opening credits of the French weekly television program Les Dossiers de l’Ecran] (1941/III/18’)

Stoyanov Vesselin (Veselin) (Bul) : *Bay Ganyo, symphonic suite (1941/III/26’)

Vladigerov Pancho (Bul) : Improvisation and Toccata for orchestra (1941/II/12’)

Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninov) Sergei (Rus) : *Symphonic Dances [a kind of symphony in three movements] (1941/III/34’)

Raitio Vaino (Väinö) (Fin) : Queen of the Flowers, orchestral suite (1934-41/II/22’)

Le Flem Paul (Fra) : Sept pièces enfantines, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1912 ; orch. 1942/I/11’)

Frankel Benjamin (UK) : Youth Music, four pieces for string orchestra (1942/II/12’)

Joly Suzanne (Fra) : Petite suite for orchestra (1942/II/9’)

Vladigerov Pancho (Bul) : Divertimento for Chamber orchestra (1943/II/16’)

Khachaturian (Khatchaturian) Aram (Arm) : Masquerade Suite, incidental music (1944/I/17’)

Coates Eric (UK) : The Three Elizabeths, suite for orchestra (1944/I/21’)

Sulek (Šulek) Stjepan (Cro) : First Classical Concerto for orchestra (1944/III/14’)

Williams Grace Mary (UK) : Sea Sketches for string orchestra (1944/III/18’)

Kodaly (Kodály) Zoltan (Hun) : Missa brevis for vocal soloists, chorus and Organ (1942-45/II/35’)

Bartok Bela (Bartók Béla) (Hun) : Concerto for orchestra (1945/IV/38’)

Britten Benjamin : +Four Sea Interludes and Passacaglia, from the opera Peter Grimes (1945/IV/23’)

Siegmeister Elie (USA) : Western Suite (1945/II/21’)

Mathieu Andre (André) (Que) : Scènes de ballet [it is not a true ballet] (1945/II/22’)

Myaskovsky Nikolai (Rus) : Two Pieces for string orchestra (1945/II/13’)

Spisak Michal (Michał) (Pol) : Suite for Strings (1945/III/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Barsukov Sergei (Rus) : Mediterranean Suite (c. 1945 ?/II/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Barisons Peteris (Pēteris) (Lat) : Childhood Mornings/Bernibas riti, suite for orchestra (1946/II/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Devcic (Devčić) Natko (Cro) : Istrian Suite for orchestra (1946/III/18’)

Finzi Gerald (UK) : Love’s Labour’s Lost, incidental music to Shakespeare’s play, suite for Small orchestra (1946/III/27’)

Durufle (Duruflé) Maurice (Fra) : +Requiem (1947/II/39’)

Hahn Reynaldo (Fra) : Trois images de la Reine de Hongrie, from Hungarian Suite for Violin, Piano, Percussion and Strings (posth. 1948/II/9’)

Anderson Leroy (USA) : Irish Suite (1949/I/20’)

Sauguet Henri (Fra) : Tableaux de Paris, symphonic suite (1950/II/29’)

Poulenc Francis (Fra) : Stabat Mater for Soprano, choir and orchestra (1950/II/29’)

Gillis Don (USA) : A Dance Symphony (Symphony n°8) [a suite of four modern dances] (1950/II/20’)

Skerjanc (Škerjanc) Lucijan (Slove) : *Gazelles, seven symphonic poems for orchestra after France Prešeren (1950/II/22’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Braga Santos Joly (Por) : Concerto for Strings in D major (1951/II/19’)

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : *Three Symphonic Movements (1951/III/23’)

Lipovsek (Lipovšek) Marijan (Slove) : Second Suite for Strings (1951/II/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Szalowski (Szałowski) Antoni (Pol) : Music for Strings (c. 1952/IV/22’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Eller Heino (Est) : Five Pieces for string orchestra (1953/II/14’)

Suchon (Suchoň) Eugen (Slova) : Metamorphosis for orchestra (1953/III/32’)

Sutermeister Heinrich (Swi) : Missa da Requiem (1953/III/43’)

Warren Elinor Remick (USA) : Along the Western Shore, suite for orchestra (orig. for piano 1946 ; orch. 1954/III/12’)

Bocchino Alceo (Bra) : Suite Miniatura (1954/III/16’)

Svetlanov Evgeni (Rus) : *Spanish Pictures, rhapsody n°1 for Large orchestra (1954/III/17’)

Lutoslawski (Lutosławski) Witold (Pol) : Concerto for orchestra (1954/IV/29’)

Wiechowicz Stanislaw (Stanisław) (Pol) : Old Town, concerto for Large string orchestra (1954/IV/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Ginastera Alberto (Arg) : Pampeana n°3 [also known as Symphony n°3] (1954/III/17’)

Serra Joaquim (Spa) : Two Symphonic Sketches [Gypsy Dance & Fiesta andaluza] (1954/II/10’)

Warren Elinor Remick (USA) : Suite for orchestra (1954 ; rev. 1960/III/20’)

Martinu (Martinů) Bohuslav (Tch/USA) : *The Frescoes of Piero della Francesca, symphonic suite (1955/IV/18’)

Williams Grace Mary (UK) : Penillion for orchestra [in four parts] (1955/III/16’)

Zimmer Jan (Ján) (Slova) : *Tatra Mountains, two suites for Large orchestra (1952 & 1956/III/43’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Martin Frank (Swi) : Studies for string orchestra (1956/IV/21’)

Serocki Kazimierz (Pol) : Sinfonietta for Two string orchestras [it is not a true sinfonietta] (1956/IV/14’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Geller Harry (USA) : New York, New York [in the style of a film music ; this title is not the song of the Martin Scorcese’s film] (1956/II/44’). CD not available.

Jurovski (Yurowski) Vladimir (Ukr) : Russian Painters, symphonic pictures (1956/III/26’)

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : Jazz Suite n°2 [known as Suite for Variety Orchestra n°1] (after 1956/II/25’)

Sulek (Šulek) Stjepan (Cro) : Two Interludes, from the opera Koriolan (1957/III/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kardos (Kardoš) Dezider (Slova) : Concerto for orchestra (1957/IV/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Spisak Michal (Michał) (Pol) : Concerto Giocoso for Chamber orchestra (1957/III/14’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Daniel-Lesur [pseudonym of Daniel Jean-Yves Lesur] (Fra) : Symphonie de danses for string orchestra, timpani and piano [actually a suite in ten movements] (1958/III/25’)

Copland Aaron (USA) : The Tender Land, suite from the opera (1958/III/21’)

Arlen Harold (USA)/orch. Harold Arlen, Alec Wilder, Samuel Matlowsky : Blues Opera, suites (1958/II/26’)

Gould Morton (USA) : Spirituals for Strings and Harp [after traditional tunes] (1959/II/20’)

Poulenc Francis (Fra) : Gloria for Soprano, mixed choir a capella and orchestra (1959/II/24’)

Savini Ino (Ita) : Dolorosas, symphonic suite on a Theme by the Pianist Oscar da Silva (premiered 1960/III/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Carwithen Doreen (UK) : Suffolk Suite for orchestra (1964/II/12’)

Kolodub Levko & Kolodub Zhanna (Ukr) : Youth Dance Suite n°1 [in the cinematographic musical style of the 1950s-60s] ; Youth Dance Suite n°2 [in the style of the light music of the 1950s-60s] (1961 & 1965/I/20’ ; 19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Ward Robert (USA) : Invocation and Toccata for orchestra (1966/III/9’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Shchedrin (Schedrin) Rodion (Rus) : *Carmen suite for string orchestra and Percussion (1967/III/42’)

Schurmann Gerard (Net/UK) : Six Studies after Francis Bacon (1968/V/29’)

Rutter John (UK) : Suite for Strings (1973/I/12’)

Kardos (Kardoš) Dezider (Slova) : Slovakofonia, symphonic variations for Large orchestra (1976/IV/26’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Lloyd Webber William (UK) : Serenade for Strings (1951-80/I/10’)

Rutter John (UK) : Requiem (1985/II/36’)

Ravel Maurice (Fra)/orch. Marius Constant : Gaspard de la Nuit, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1908 ; orch. 1988/III/22’)

Ifukube Akira (Jap) : Symphonic Ode : Gotama the Buddha [with choir] (1989/III/45’)

Mathias William (UK) : Threnos for Strings (1990/IV/18’)

Tower Joan (USA) : Concerto for orchestra (1991/IV/29’)

Golovin Andrei (Rus) : Bambi, Little Musical Pictures to Felix Salten’s Fairy Tale, for Soloists Ensemble (1980 ; rev. 1992/III/29’)

Hailstork Adolphus (USA) : Sonata da chiesa for string orchestra (1992/II/19’)

Blake Howard (UK) : A Month in the Country, suite for string orchestra (1993/II/13’)

Malecki (Małecki) Maciej (Pol) : Offenbachiana, suite from the ballet A Brasilian in Paris [after themes of Jacques Offenbach] (1994/III/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bingham James T. (Aus) : Requiem (1999/II/62’)

Higdon Jennifer (USA) : Concerto for orchestra (2002/IV/35’)

Connesson Guillaume (Fra) : Cosmic Trilogy [contains : Aleph, 2007 ; Une lueur dans l’âge sombre, 2005 ; Supernova, 1995] (2007/III/43’)

Bacri Nicolas (Fra) : A Day, Four Images for orchestra (2013/III/24’). CD not available.



III- ORCHESTRAL WORKS IN ONE PART (except symphonies, concertos, ballets and movies soundtracks) 

Some works can be entitled "symphony", "concerto" or "suite".


Wagner Richard (Ger) : +« Lohengrin » Prelude, from the opera (1850/II/10’)

Thomas Ambroise (Fra) : « Raymond » Overture, from the opera (1851/I/8’)

Gounod Charles (Fra)/arr. Pierre-Joseph Zimmermann : Ave Maria/Ave Maria of Gounod, for Violin (Cello or Soprano) and orchestra [arr. from the 1st prelude of Well-Tempered Clavier by Jean-Sebastian Bach] (1852/I/4’) 

Liszt Franz (Hun) : Hungarian Rhapsody n°3 for orchestra (1853/II/8’)

Liszt Franz (Hun) : *Mephisto-Waltz n°1 (1862/II/11’)

Wagner Richard (Ger) : « Tristan and Isolde » Prelude, from the opera (1865/II/10’)

Strauss II Johann (Aut) : *Blue Danube, waltz (1866/I/10’)

Suppe (Suppé) Franz von (Aut) : « Light Cavalry » Overture (1866/I/7’)

Balakirev Mikail (Rus) : « In Bohemia » Overture (1867 ; rev. 1905/II/12’)

Strauss II Johann (Aut) : Tales from the Vienna Woods (1868/I/11’)

Tchaikovsky Piotr (Tchaïkovski Pierre) (Rus) : +Romeo and Juliet, overture-fantasy (1869/II/19’)

Wagner Richard (Ger) : +Ride of the Valkyries, from the opera The Valkyrie (1870/II/5’)

Strauss II Johann (Aut) : Viennese Blood (Viennese Spirit), from the operetta Wiener Blut (1873/I/7’)

Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : +Danse macabre, symphonic poem (1874/II/7’)

Strauss II Johann (Aut) : « Die Fledermaus » Overture, from the operetta (1874/I/8’) 

Smetana Bedrich (Bedřich) (Cze) : *The Moldau, symphonic poem (1875/II/12’)

Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : Prelude for string orchestra, from Le Déluge, oratorio (1875/I/8’)

Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : Bacchanale, from Samson and Delilah, opera (1877/II/6’)

Lalo Edouard (Fra) : Norwegian Rhapsody for orchestra (1879/II/11’)  

Borodine Alexandre (Rus) : In the Steppes of Central Asia, tone poem (1880/I/8’)

Borodine Alexander (Rus)/orch. Leopold Stokowski : Nocturne, from String Quartet n°2 in D major, orchestrated (orig. 1881 ; orch. 1955/I/9’)

Balakirev Mikail (Rus) : *Tamara, symphonic poem (1882/II/21’)

Massenet Jules (Fra) : Sous les tilleuls, from Scènes Alsaciennes, suite for orchestra (1882/I/5’)

Franck Cesar (César) (Fra) : Le Chasseur maudit, symphonic poem (1882/II/16’)

Napravnik (Nápravník) Eduard (Cze) : Melancholy in G minor for orchestra (1882/I/7’)

Glazunov Alexander (Rus) : Serenade n°1 for orchestra (1882/I/5’)

Wagner Richard (Ger) : « Parsifal » Prelude, from the opera (1882/II/15’)

Holmes (Holmès) Augusta (Fra) : La Nuit et l’Amour, interlude from the symphonic ode « Ludus pro Patria » (1882/I/6’)

Chabrier Emmanuel (Fra) : +Espana [España], rhapsody for orchestra (1883/II/6’)

Dvorak (Dvořák) Anton (Cze) : Scherzo capriccioso (1883/II/13’)

Strauss II Johann (Aut) : Voices of Spring, waltz (1883/I/6’)

Lalo Edouard (Fra) : Scherzo in D minor for orchestra (1884/I/5’)

Glazunov Alexander (Rus) : Serenade n°2 for Small orchestra (1884/I/4’) 

d’Indy Vincent (Fra) : Saugefleurie, legend for orchestra (1884/III/17’)

Rosas Juventino (Mex) : Sobre las olas (Under the Waves), waltz, arr. Alfred Oelschlegel [an arrangement in Johann Strauss’ style] (1884/I/6’)

Mussorgsky Modest (Moussorgsky Modeste) (Rus)/orch. Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov : Dawn on the Moskva-river (Overture) ; Dance of the Persian Slaves, orchestrated, from the opera Khovanshchina (both orig. for piano 1881 ; both orch. 1886/II/7’ ; 7’)

Waldteufel Emile (Émile) (Fra) : Espana Valse [España Valse] for orchestra [after Emmanuel Chabrier’s rhapsody for orchestra Espana [España] (1883)] (1886/II/6’)

Chausson Ernest (Fra) : *Viviane, symphonic poem (1887/III/12’)

Rimsky-Korsakov Nicolai (Rus) : Spanish Capriccio (1887/II/17’)

Faure (Fauré) Gabriel (Fra) : Pavane for orchestra [also with choir] (1887/I/5’)

Guiraud Ernest (France) : La Chasse fantastique, symphonic poem (1887/II/9’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Abbiate Louis (Mon) : Les Elfes, symphonic poem (1887/II/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Rimsky-Korsakov Nicolai (Rus) : Russian Easter Festival, symphonic poem (1888/II/15’)

Martucci Guiseppe (Ita) : Notturno for orchestra (1888/I/7’)

Strauss Richard (Ger) : +Don Juan, symphonic poem (1889/III/18’)

Glazunov Alexander (Rus) : Oriental Rhapsody (1889/II/25’)

Delius Frederick (UK) : Idylle de Printemps (1889/II/8’)

Strauss II Johann (Aut) : Emperor Waltz (1889/I/6’)

Lyadov Anatoly (Rus) : From Bygone Days/About Olden Times, ballade for orchestra (1889/I/6’)

Gomes (Gomès) Antonio Carlos (Bra) : Alvorada-interludio, from the opera La Schiavo, act IV (1889/I/7’)

Puccini Giacomo (Ita) : Crisantemi for string orchestra (1890/I/6’)

Debussy Claude (Fra)/orch. Lucien Cailliet/Caillet : *Clair de lune, orchestrated [from Suite bergamasque] (orig. for piano 1890 ; orch. after 1950/I/5’) [also other orchestration by Leopold Stokowski]

Strauss Richard (Ger) : Death and Transfiguration, symphonic poem (1891/III/27’)

Lekeu Guilllaume (Bel) : *Adagio for string trio and string orchestra (1891/III/12’)

Fibich Zdenek (Zdeněk) (Cze) : At Twilight, symphonic idyll for orchestra [includes the famous Poem] (1892/II/19’)

Herbert Victor (USA) : Irish Rhapsody (1892/II/15’)

Debussy Claude (Fra) : +Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, symphonic poem (1894/II/10’)

Svendsen Johan (Nor) : Andante Funebre for orchestra (1894/I/9’)

Reznicek (Řezníček) Emil von (Aut) : « Donna Diana » Overture (1894/I/6’)

Magnard Alberic (Albéric) (Fra) : +Chant funèbre, symphonic poem (1895/III/15’)

Magnard Alberic (Albéric) (Fra) : Overture (1895/III/12’)

Wilhelmj August (Ger) : Aria of Bach [arr. of Jean-Sebastian Bach’s Suite n°3, second movement ; often attributated to Bach] (c. 1895/I/6’)

Sibelius Jean (Fin) : +The Swan of Tuonela, from Lemminkainen Suite (1895/II/8’)

Strauss Richard (Ger) : +Introduction-Sunrise, from Thus Spoke Zarathustra, symphonic poem (1896/III/2’)

Dvorak (Dvořák) Anton (Cze) : *The Water Goblin (Vodnik), symphonic poem (1896/II/21’)

Delius Frederick (UK) : American Rhapsody (Appalachia) (1896/II/10’)

Dukas Paul (Fra) : +Sorcerer’s Apprentice, symphonic poem (1897/II/12’)

Enescu George (Enesco Georges) (Rom) : Romanian Poem (1897/II/29’)

Chapi (Chapí) Ruperto (Spa) : « La Revoltosa » Preludio, from the opera (1897/I/5’)

Sousa John Philip (USA) : The Stars and Stripes Forever, march for orchestra (1897/I/3’)

Chausson Ernest (Fra) : *Soir de fête, symphonic poem (1898/III/15’)

Hallen (Hallén) Andreas (Sue) : De Toteninsel, symphonic poem (1898/II/15’)

Sibelius Jean (Fin) : +Finlandia, symphonic poem (1899/II/10’)

Schonberg (Schönberg/Schoenberg) Arnold (Aut) : Transfigured Night for string orchestra (orig. for string sextet 1899 ; orch. 1943/III/29’)

Albeniz (Albéniz) Isaac (Spa) : Catalonia, symphonic poem (1899/I/6’)

Rabaud Henri (Fra) : *Eglogue, symphonic poem (1899/II/6’)

Elgar Edward (UK) : Sérénade lyrique for orchestra (1899/I/5’)

Koechlin (Kœchlin) Charles (Fra) : Au loin, symphonic poem (1900/II/8’)

Schillings Max von (Ger) : *Symphonic Prologue, from the opera Œdipus Rex, after Sophocles (1900/IV/13’)

Deodat de Severac (Déodat de Séverac) Marie-Joseph (Fra) : Nymphes au crépuscule, symphonic poem with Women’s choir (1900/III/9’)

Enescu George (Enesco Georges) (Rom) : Romanian Rhapsody n°1 in A major (1901/II/12’)

Stanford Charles (UK) : Irish Rhapsody n°1 (1901/II/14’)

Ciurlionis (Čiurlionis) Mikalojus (Lit) : In the Forest, symphonic poem (1901/III/17’)

Zemlinsky Alexander von (Aut) : Feierlich, from Ein Tanzpoem/Dance Poem in one Act (1901/II/8’)

Bantock Granville Ransome (UK) : *The Witch of Atlas, tone poem after Percy Bysshe Shelley (1902/II/15’)

Magnard Alberic (Albéric) (Fra) : Hymne à la Justice (1902/III/15’)

Nedbal Oskar (Cze) : Sad Waltz, from the ballet The Tale of Honza (1902/I/6’)

Suk Josef (Cze) : Fantastic Scherzo (1903/III/15’)

Scriabin Alexander (Rus)/orch. Vasily Rogal-Levistky : Poem n°1 in F sharp major, orchestrated [from op. 32 n°1] (orig. for piano 1903 ; orch. ?/II/5’)

Elgar Edward (UK) : In the South (Alassio), concert overture (1904/III/21’)

Lyadov Anatoly (Rus) : Baba Yaga, illustration to a Russian Fairy Tale (1904/III/7’)

Webern Anton (Aut) : Im Sommerwind, idyll for Large orchestra after a poem by Bruno Wille (1904/III/16’)

Suk Josef (Cze) : Prague, symphonic poem (1904/III/25’)

Smyth Ethel (UK) : On the Cliffs of the Cornwall, symphonic poem (1904/III/8’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Boehe Ernst (Ger) : The Return of Ulysse, from Ulysses’ Journeys, suite for orchestra (1905/III/29’)

Strauss Richard (Ger) : Dance of the Seven Veils, from the opera Salome (1905/III/10’)

Wagenaar Johan (Net) : Cyrano de Bergerac, overture (1905/II/14’)

Scott Cyril (UK) : Aubade (Morning Song) (1905/II/11’)

Roger-Ducasse Jean (Fra) : Au Jardin de Marguerite, Interlude (1905/III/12’)

Boehe Ernst (Ger) : Taormina, symphonic poem (1906/III/28’)

Sibelius Jean (Fin) : Sad Waltz, from Kuolema, incidental music (1906/I/5’)

d’Indy Vincent (Fra) : Souvenirs, symphonic poem (1906/III/20’)

Ravel Maurice (Fra) : +Spanish Rhapsody (1907/III/16’)

Delius Frederick (UK) : A Walk to the Paradise garden, from the opera A Village : Romeo and Juliet (1907/II/11’)

Dukas Paul (Fra) : Introduction of Act III, from the opera Ariane et Barbe-Bleue (1907/III/6’)

Elgar Edward (UK) : *Pomp and Circumstance n°1 & n°4, marches for orchestra (1901 & 1907/I/7’; 6’)

Mussorgsky Modest (Moussorgsky Modeste) (Rus)/orch. Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov : +Night on Bald Mountain, orchestrated (orig. version 1867/orch. 1908/III/12’)

d’Ollone Max (Fra) : Lamento for orchestra (1908/II/9’)

Alfven (Alfvén) Hugo (Swe) : Swedish Rhapsody n°1 (1908/II/14’)

Alfven (Alfvén) Hugo (Swe) : Drapa, andante funebre for Large orchestra (1908/II/11’)

Karlowicz Mieczyslaw (Karłowicz Mieczysław) (Pol) : *Stanislaw and Anna Oswiecim, symphonic poem (1908/III/23’)

Bridge Frank (UK) : Dance Rhapsody for orchestra (1908/III/19’)

Scriabin Alexander (Rus) : The Poem of Ecstasy (1908/IV/22’)

Gliere (Glière) Reinhold (Rus) : Sirens, symphonic poem (1908/III/17’)

Schreker Franz (Aut) : Valse lente (1908/I/7’)

Wagenaar Johan (Net) : Le Cid, overture (1908/I/5’)

McEwen John Blackwood (UK) : Grey Galloway, from the Three Border Ballads (1908/II/15’)

Steinberg Maximilian (Lit/Rus) : Symphonic Prelude « In Memory of Rimsky-Korsakov » (1908/III/11’)

Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninov) Sergei (Rus) : The Isle of the Dead, symphonic poem after Arnold Böcklin (1909/III/21’)

Stravinski Igor (Rus) : Scherzo fantastique (1909/III/12’)

Rangstrom (Rangström) Ture (Swe) : *Dithyramb, symphonic poem (1909/III/17’)

Lyadov Anatoly (Rus) : *The Enchanted Lake, a Fairy-Tale Scene (1909/II/7’)

Lyadov Anatoly (Rus) : Kikimora, a Folk Story (1909/II/8’)

Casella Alfredo (Ita) : Italia, rhapsody for Large orchestra (1909/II/22’)

Rozycki (Różycki) Ludomir (Pol) : Anhelli, symphonic poem (1909/III/23’)

Stokowski Leopold (USA) : Symphony [it is not a true symphony, but a symphonic poem] (1909/IV/13’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Schreker Franz (Aut) : Nachtstück/Nocturne from the opera « Der ferne Klang/The Distant Sound » (1909/III/16’)

Orth Charles J. (USA) : In a Clock Store (orig. for piano 1893 ; orch. c. 1910/I/6’)

Ravel Maurice (Fra) : *Pavane pour une Infante défunte/Pavane for a Dead Princess, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1899 ; orch. 1910/I/7’)

Meulemans Arthur (Bel) : May night, symphonic poem (1910/II/12’)

Rabaud Henri (Fra) : Nocturnal Procession, symphonic poem (1910/II/15’)

Darzins Emils (Dārziņš Emīls) (Lit) : Melancholy Waltz (1910/I/5’)

Beijerman-Walraven (Beyerman-Walraven) Jeanne (Net) : Concert Overture (1910/II/13’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Freitas Branco Luis (Luís) de (Por) : Artificial Paradises, symphonic poem (1910/III/14’)

Scriabin Alexander (Rus) : Prometheus or the Poem of Fire (1910/IV/23’)

Vaughan Williams Ralph (UK) : Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis (Tallis Fantasia) for string orchestra (1910 ; rev. 1913 and 1919/II/16’)

Gaubert Philippe (Fra) : Le Cortège d’Amphitrite, symphonic poem (1911/II/12’)

Rozycki (Różycki) Ludomir (Pol) : Mona Lisa Gioconda, symphonic prelude (1911/II/10’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Ropartz Guy (Fra) : La Chasse du prince Arthur, symphonic poem (1911/III/11’)

Butterworth George (UK) : *A « Shropshire Lad » Rhapsody (1911/II/9’)

Debussy Claude (Fra) : La Plus que lente, waltz for orchestra and Cymbalon (orig. for piano 1910 ; orch. 1912/I/6’)

Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninov) Sergei (Rus) : Vocalise, version for orchestra (1912/I/5’)

Lyadov Anatoly (Rus) : *From the Apocalypse, symphonic picture (1912/III/9’)

Wellesz Egon (Aut) : The Dawn of Spring, symphonic poem (1912/III/7’)

Kaski Heino (Fin) : Prelude in G flat major, version for orchestra (1912/I/5’)

Turina Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : La Procesion del Rocio, symphonic poem (1912/III/9’)

Griffes Charles Tomlinson (USA) : The Pleasure-Dome of Kubla Khan, symphonic poem (1912 ; rev. 1916/III/12’)

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : Impressions d’Ardennes, symphonic poem (1913/III/15’)

Goossens Eugene (Eugène) (UK) : The Eternal Rhythm, symphonic poem (1913/III/21’)

Bax Arnold (UK) : *Spring Fire, tone poem [in five parts] (1913/III/31’)

Vaughan Williams Ralph (UK) : Norfolk Rhapsody n°1 (1914/II/12’)

Schmitt Florent (Fra) : Dionysiaques, piece for Concert Band (1914/III/11’)

Fitelberg Grzegorz (Pol) : From the Depths of the Sea, symphonic poem (1914/III/23’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Orff Carl (Ger) : Dancing Fauns for orchestra (1914/III/9’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : Clair de lune, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1908 ; orch. 1915/I/7’)

Pierne (Pierné) Gabriel (Fra) : *« Les Cathédrales » Prelude n°1 (1915/III/9’)

Vocht Lodewijk de (Bel) : In Exile, symphonic poem (1915/II/12’)

Ketelbey (Ketèlbey) Albert (UK) : In a Monastery Garden (1915/I/6’)

Schreker Franz (Aut) : *« Die Gezeichneten/The Stigmatized » Prelude, from the opera ; also titled Prelude to a Drama in the extended version (1915/IV/10’ or 19’)

Carpenter John Alden (USA) : Sea Drift, symphonic poem (1915-1933/III/17’)

Butterworth George (UK) : Fantasia for orchestra [completed in 2011 by Martin Yates] (1915/II/16’)

Padilla Jose (José) (Spa) : various orchestral works [El Relicario pasodoble, 1914 ; La Violetera, 1915 ; Valencia pasodoble, 1925 ; Ça c’est Paris, 1926, etc.] (from 1906 to 1956/I/3’ ; 3’, 3’ ; 3’)

Granados Enrique (Spa) : Intermezzo, from the opera Goyescas (1916/I/5’)

Villa-Lobos Heitor (Bra) : Naufragio de Kleônicos, symphonic poem (1916/III/11’)

Bax Arnold (UK) : In Memoriam (In the Memory of Patrick Pearse), symphonic poem (1916/III/15’)

Lindberg Oskar (Swe) : From the Great Forests, symphonic poem (1917/III/15’)

Bax Arnold (UK) : *November Woods, symphonic poem (1917/III/20’)

Eller Heino (Est) : Twilight, symphonic poem (1917/II/6’)

Eller Heino (Est) : Dawn, symphonic poem (1918/II/8’)

Griffes Charles Tomlinson (USA) : Notturno for orchestra in B major (1918/II/8’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Howell Dorothy (UK) : Lamia, tone poem (1918/III/14’)

Monterde Bernardo Bautista (Spa)/arr. Carmen Dragon & Alfred Newman : La Virgen De La Macarena, pasodoble (orig. version 1918 ; arr. 1956/II/5’)

Griffes Charles Tomlinson (USA) : White Peacock for orchestra (orig. for piano 1915 ; orch. 1919/II/6’)

Haba (Hába) Alois (Cze) : Overture for orchestra (1919/IV/14’)

Bax Arnold (UK) : Tintagel, symphonic poem (1919/III/15’)

Boyle Ina (UK) : The Magic Harp, orchestral rhapsody (1919/II/11’)

De Sabata Victor (Ita) : Juventus, symphonic poem (1919/III/16’)

Ketelbey (Ketèlbey) Albert (UK) : On a Persian Market (1920/I/6’)

Roger-Ducasse Jean (Fra) : Nocturne de Printemps (1920/II/10’)

Suk Josef (Cze) : Legend of the Dead Victors, commemoration for orchestra (1920/III/9’)

Hadley Henry Kimball (USA) : The Ocean, tone poem (1921/III/14’)

Honegger Arthur (Swi/Fra) : Pastorale d’été, symphonic poem (1921/II/7’)

Bax Arnold (UK) : The Happy Forest, tone poem (1921/III/10’)

Mignone Francisco (Bra) : Congada, from the opera O contratador de diamantes (1921/I/5’)

Bliss Arthur (UK) : Mêlée fantasque for orchestra (1921/III/12’)

Haas Pavel (Cze) : Scherzo triste for orchestra (1921/III/9’)

Marx Joseph (Aut) : *Feste im Herbst/Autumnal Revelries, symphonic poem [arranged from the last movement of the Herbstsymphonie/Autumn Symphony] (1921 ; arr. 1946/III/24’)

Merikanto Aarre (Fin) : « Juha » Interlude, from the opera (1922/III/10’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Klenau Paul von (Den) : Jahrmarkt bei London (Bankholiday – Souvenir of « Hampstead Heath »), symphonic poem [with Soprano at the beginning and at the end] (1922/III/18’)

Debussy Claude (Fra)/orch. Bernardino Molinari : L’Isle joyeuse, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1904 ; orch. 1923/III/7’)

Honegger Arthur (Swi/Fra) : +Pacific 231, symphonic movement n°1 (1923/IV/7’)

Johnson James Price (USA) : Charleston for orchestra (1923/I/8’)

Raitio Vaino (Väinö) (Fin) : Moonlight on Jupiter, andante fantastico (1923/III/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Nenov Dimitar (Bul) : Poem About the Bulgarian Soil (1923/III/20’). CD not available.

De Sabata Victor (Ita) : The Night of Plato, symphonic picture (1923/III/22’)

Merikanto Aarre (Fin) : Fantasy for orchestra [one movement, three sections] (1923/IV/17’)

Roger-Ducasse Jean (Fra) : Epithalame for Large orchestra (1923/III/21’)

Schmitt Florent (Fra) : Mirages, orchestrated (orig. for piano c. 1920 ; orch. 1924/III/13’)

Sibelius Jean (Fin) : Andante Lirico, impromptu for Strings (1924/I/7’)

Ketelbey (Ketèlbey) Albert (UK) : Chal Romano Overture (Gipsy Lad) (1924/I/10’)

Ketelbey (Ketèlbey) Albert (UK) : Sanctuary of the Heart [with or without Soprano] (1924/I/6’)

Ferroud Pierre-Octave (Fra) : Foules, symphonic poem (1924/III/11’)

Samazeuilh Gustave (Fra) : Nuit…, poem for orchestra (1924/III/12’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Harty Hamilton (UK) : The Londonderry Air [traditional tune], arranged and orchestrated (1924/I/5’)

Albeniz (Albéniz) Isaac (Spa)/orch. Leopold Stokowski : Fête-Dieu à Séville, orchestrated [from Iberia, suite for piano, 1st Book] (orig. for piano 1909 ; orch. 1925/III/9’)

Gliere (Glière) Reinhold (Rus) : *« Shakh-Senem » Overture (1925/II/16’)

De Sabata Victor (Ita) : Gethsemani, contemplative poem (1925/III/25’)

Nystroem Gosta (Gösta) (Swe) : Ishavet, the Artic Ocean (1925/III/22’)

Marquina Pascual (Spa) : various orchestral works [Viva la Jota, 1907 ; Espana Cani pasodoble, 1925 ; Ecos espanoles pasodoble, 1925, etc.] (from 1905 to 1946/I/3’ ; 2’ ; 3’)

Foulds John (UK) : various orchestral works [« Le Cabaret » Overture, 1921 ; « La Belle Pierrette » Intermezzo Impromptu, 1922 ; Sicilian Aubade, 1927 ; The Song of Ram Dass, 1935 ; Arabian Night, 1937, etc.] (from 1900 to 1937/I/3’ ; 4’ ; 6’ ; 3’ ; 6’)

Stokowski Leopold (USA) : Jean-Sebastian Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor, orchestrated (orig. for organ 1707 ; orch. 1926/I/10’) [also other orchestration by Henry Wood (1929)]

Foulds John (UK) : April-England, impressions of Time and Place n°1 (1926/II/8’)

Hanson Howard (USA) : Pan and the Priest, symphonic poem with piano obbligato (1926/III/13’)

Turina Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : La Oracion del Torero for string orchestra (1926/III/9’)

Wiechowicz Stanislaw (Stanisław) (Pol) : The Hop, symphonic scherzo (1927/IV/7’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Schmitt Florent (Fra) : Ronde burlesque for orchestra (1927/IV/6’)

Gershwin George (USA) : +An American in Paris [was used in the film An American in Paris, 1951] (1928/II/18’)

Gram Peder (Den) : Prologue to a Drama by Shakespeare (1928/III/13’)

Josten Werner (Ger/USA) : Jungle, symphonic poem (1928/IV/15’)

Gablenz Jerzy (Pol) : St Salomea’s Rosary, symphonic poem (1928/III/22’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Vaughan Williams Ralph (UK) : Fantasy on « Greensleeves » [traditional tune] (1929/I/5’)

Ostrcil (Ostrčil) Otakar (Cze) : Via Crucis, variations for Large orchestra (1929/IV/31’)

Nowowiejski Feliks (Pol) : *King of the Winds, concert overture (1929/III/16’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Poot Marcel (Bel) : Ouverture joyeuse, dédiée à Paul Dukas (1930/IV/4’)

Stokowski Leopold (USA) : Ludwig van Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1802 ; orch. c. 1930/I/5’)

Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninov) Sergei (Rus)/orch. Leopold Stokowski : Prelude in C sharp minor, op. 3 n°2, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1892 ; orch. after 1930/II/5’) [also other orchestration by Lucien Cailliet/Caillet]

Debussy Claude (Fra)/orch. Leopold Stokowski : *La Cathédrale engloutie, orchestrated [from Preludes for Piano, 1st Book] (orig. for piano 1910 ; orch. 1930/III/9’) [also other orchestration by Henry Wood (1919)]

Alter Louis (USA) : various orchestral works [Manhattan Serenade, 1929 ; Manhattan Masquerade ; Manhattan Moonlight ; Manhattan Nocturne ; Side Street in Gotham, etc.] (from 1925 to 1945/I/ 5’ ; 5’ ; 5’ ; 5’ ; 9’)

Ketelbey (Ketèlbey) Albert (UK) : In the Mystic Land of Egypt (1931/I/6’)

Wiren (Wirén) Dag (Swe) : Concert Overture n°1 (1931/II/8’)

De Boeck August (Bel) : Nocturne for orchestra (1931/II/9’)

Barber Samuel (USA) : The School for Scandal, overture (1931/III/9’)

Brusselmans Michel : Flesmish Rhapsody (1931/III/13’)

Gershwin George (USA) : Cuban Overture (1932/II/10’)

Holst Gustav (UK) : Capriccio for orchestra (1932/III/6’)

Ferrara Franco (Ita) : Burlesca for orchestra (1932/III/10’)

Finzi Aldo (Ita) : Inni Alla Notte, symphonic poem (1932/III/18’)

Lara Agustin (Agustín) (Mex)/arr. Carmen Dragon & Alfred Newman : Granada (1932 ; arr. 1956/II/6’)

Elgar Edward (UK) : *Frederic Chopin’s Funeral March, orchestrated [from Piano Sonata n°2] (orig. for piano 1839 ; orch. 1933/I/7’) [also other orchestrations by Henry Wood (1907) and by Leopold Stokowski]

Barber Samuel (USA) : *Music for a Scene from Schelley (1933/III/10’)

Prokofiev Sergei (Rus) : Overture on Hebrew Themes (1934/II/8’)

Johnson James Price (USA) : Lament – American Symphonic Suite [only the first movement, entitled « Lament », with piano obbligato, come down to us] (1934/II/9’)

McBride Robert (USA) : Mexican Rhapsody (1934/II/11’)

Stoyanov Vesselin (Veselin) (Bul) : Capriccio for orchestra (1934/II/17’). CD not available.

Nystroem Gosta (Gösta) (Swe) : « The Tempest » Prelude with Women’s choir, incidental music after Shakespeare (1934/IV/12’)

Andriessen Hendrik (Net) : Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Johann Kuhnau for Strings (1935/III/14’)

Austin Frederic (UK) : The Sea Venturers, overture (1935/II/11’)

Leigh Walter (UK) : *Agincourt, overture (1935/III/12’)

Ponce Manuel (Mex) : Elegiac Poem [that is to say dirge, lament] (1935/II/9’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Medins Janis (Mediņš Jānis) (Lat) : At the Church, poem for string orchestra (1935/II/12’). CD not available.

Lecuona Ernesto (Cub)/orch. Morton Gould : Andalucia ; Cordoba ; Danza Lucumi ; La Comparsa ; Malaguena ; Siboney… (orig. for piano from 1928 to 1945 ; orch. 1955/I/3’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 4’)

Lamote de Grignon Ricardo (Ricard) (Spa) : Cartell simfonic, on the Themes by José Serrano (1936/II/15’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Szalowski (Szałowski) Antoni (Pol) : Overture for orchestra (1936/IV/6’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Ornstein Leo (Rus/USA) : Nocturne for orchestra (1936/III/13’)

Prokofiev Sergei (Rus)/arr. Mark Stephenson : Peter and the Wolf [without words] (1936 ; arr. 2006/I/20’)

Britten Benjamin (UK) : Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge for string orchestra (1937/III/27’)

Barber Samuel (USA) : First Essay for orchestra (1937/III/8’)

Gotovac Jakov (Cro) : The Ploughers, symphonic poem (1937/II/13’)

Barber Samuel (USA) : +Adagio for Strings (1938/I/10’)

Vaughan Williams Ralph (UK) : *Serenade to Music for 16 vocal soloists and orchestra (1938/II/13’)

Rawsthorne Alan (UK) : Symphonic Studies (1938/IV/21’)

Sainton Philip (UK) : *The Island, tone poem (1939/III/17’)

Ivanovs Janis (Jānis) (Lat) : *Rainbow, symphonic picture (1939/II/10’)

Walton William (UK) : *Scapino : a Comedy Overture (1940/II/9’)

Skerjanc (Škerjanc) Lucijan (Slove) : Marenka, choreographic symphonic poem (1940/II/12’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Debussy Claude (Fra)/orch. Leopold Stokowski : Night in Granada, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1903 ; orch. 1940/II/6’)

Farnon Robert (UK) : various orchestral works [My Song of Spring ; Portrait of a Flirt ; Journey into Melody ; En route ; Jumping Bean, etc.] (from 1940 to 1960/I/3’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 2’)

Richardson Clive (UK) : various orchestral works [Beachcomber ; Cockney Capers ; Melody on the Move ; Locomotion ; Running off the Rails, etc.] (from 1935 to 1950/I/3’ ; 5’ ; 3’ ; 2’ ; 2’)

Ferrara Franco (Ita) : Preludio for orchestra (c. 1940/II/8’)

Ferrara Franco (Ita) : *Fantasia tragica, tribute to Shostakovich for orchestra (c. 1940/III/14’)

Ferrara Franco (Ita) : Notte di tempesta for orchestra (c. 1940/III/15’)

Powell John (USA) : Shenandoah [traditional tune], orchestrated (c. 1930-40/I/4’)

Coulthard Jean (Can) [Jean Coulthard is a female composer] : Endymion, symphonic poem (c. 1940 ; premiered 1964/III/13’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninov) Sergei (Rus)/orch. Lucien Cailliet/Caillet : Prelude in G minor, op. 23 n°5, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1901 ; orch. after 1940/II/5’)

Pizzini Carlo Alberto (Ita) : Grotte di Postumia, divertimento for orchestra in Form of a Theme and Variations (1941/III/17’)

Cikker Jan (Ján) (Slova) : Summer, symphonic poem (1941/IV/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Moncayo Jose Pablo (José Pablo) (Mex) : Huapango for orchestra (1941/III/8’)

Eckhardt-Gramatte (Eckhardt-Gramatté) Sophie-Carmen (Can) : Capriccio concertante (orig. for two pianos 1941 ; orch. 1941/III/12’)

Lajtha Laszlo (László) (Hun) : In Memoriam for orchestra (1941/III/20’)

Barber Samuel (USA) : Second Essay for orchestra (1942/III/11’)

Ireland John (UK) : *Epic March (1942/III/9’)

Copland Aaron (USA) : Fanfare for the Common Man (1942/IV/3’)

Lavagne Andre (André) (Fra) : *Poème d’Adonis for orchestra (1942/III/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Skolaude Walter (Aut) : +Malkunowo, symphonic poem (1942/III/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Skolaude Walter (Aut) : *Symphonic Study (c. 1942 ; publ. 1960/III/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Martinu (Martinů) Bohuslav (Tch/USA) : Memorial to Lidice (1943/III/9’)

Ifukube Akira (Jap) : Ballata sinfonica (Symphonic Ballad) (1943/III/16’)

Bacewicz Grazyna (Grażyna) (Pol) : Overture for orchestra (1943/III/6’)

Hyde Miriam (Aus) : Village Fair, ballet for orchestra (1943/II/11’)

Finzi Aldo (Ita) : Come All’Ultimo Suo Ciascuno Artista, symphonic poem (1943/III/21’)

Truscott Harold (UK) : Elegy for Strings (1944/II/13’)

Still William Grant (USA) : Poem for orchestra (1944/II/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Lamote de Grignon Ricardo (Ricard) (Spa) : Fantasia for orchestra (1944/II/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Gillis Don (USA) : The Alamo, tone poem (1944/III/13’)

Braga Santos Joly (Por) : Nocturno for Strings (1944/II/7’)

Still William Grant (USA) : Festive Overture (1944/II/8’)

Giazotto Remo (Ita) : +Adagio d’Albinoni in G minor, for Strings and Organ contino [after few opening measures of the melody line and basso continuo portion by Tomaso Albinoni ; often attributed to Albinoni] (1945/I/12’)

Carwithen Doreen (UK) : *Overture « ODTAA » [= One Damn Thing After Another] (1945/III/8’)

Hajibeyov Soltan (Aze) : Caravan, symphonic picture (1945/I/9’)

Moncayo Jose Pablo (José Pablo) (Mex) : Sinfonietta [despite its title, this work is actually not a true sinfonietta] (1945/III/9’)

Martinon Jean (Fra) : Ouverture pour une tragédie grecque (Prélude du 2ème acte d’ « Hécube ») (1946/III/9’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Mennini Louis (USA) : Arioso for string orchestra (1946/II/6’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Williams Charles (UK) : various orchestral works [Jealous Lover, 1949 ; Rhythm on Rails ; The Old Clockmaker ; Heart o’ London, etc.] (from 1945 to 1960/I/3’ ; 2’ ; 3’ ; 3’)

Torch Sidney (UK) : various orchestral works [On a Spring Note, 1962 ; Going for a Ride ; Shooting Star ; All Strings and Fancy Free ; Concerto incognito, etc.] (from 1940 to 1965/I/2’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 4’)

Anderson Leroy (USA) : various orchestral works [Sleigh Ride ; Jazz Pizzicato ; The Typewriter ; The Waltzing Cat ; The Sandpaper Ballet, etc.] (from 1935 to 1973/I/2’; 2’; 2’; 2’; 3’)

Nosyrev Mikhail (Rus) : Skazka, a Fairy Tale, symphonic poem (1947/II/11’)

Panufnik Andrzej (Pol) : Nocturne for orchestra (1947 ; rev. 1955/IV/14’)

Antheil George (USA) : A Concert Overture (McKonkey’s Ferry Washington at Trenton) (1948/III/9’)

Lloyd Webber William (UK) : *Aurora, symphonic poem (1948/II/10’)

Britten Benjamin (UK) : Henry Purcell’s Chaconne in G minor, arr. and orch. for Strings (orig. for three violins and basso continuo c. 1680/orch. 1948 ; rev. 1963/I/7’)

Skulte Adolfs (Ādolfs) (Lat) : Arietta for violin ensemble and Organ (orig. for piano 1948 ; orch. ?/II/3’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Gliere (Glière) Reinhold (Rus) : « Gyul’sara » Overture (1949/II/17’)

Malawski Artur (Pol) : Overture for orchestra (1949/IV/6’)

Andriessen Hendrik (Net) : Ricercare for orchestra (1949/III/11’)

Veale John (UK) : Panorama for orchestra (1949/III/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kurka Robert (USA) : Music for orchestra (1949/IV/14’)

Antheil George (USA) : Tom Sawyer Overture (California Overture) (1949/III/5’)

Vladigerov Pancho (Bul) : The Ninth of September, heroic overture (1949/III/20’). CD not available.

Moncayo Jose Pablo (José Pablo) (Mex) : Tierra de Temporal for orchestra (1949/II/13’)

Johnstone Maurice (UK) : Tarn Hows, a Cumbrian Rhapsody for orchestra (1949/III/14’)

Chagrin Francis (UK) : Concert Overture « Helter Skelter » (1949/II/7’)

Skrowaczewski Stanislaw (Stanisław) (Pol) : Music at Night, symphonic variations (1949 ; rev. 1977/IV/18’)

Dello Joio Norman (USA) : Variations, Chaconne and Finale for orchestra (1950/III/25’)

Cesana Otto (USA) : Symphony in Jazz [it is not a symphony but a short piece for orchestra] (1950/II/7’)

Potter Archibald James (UK) : Overture to a Kitchen Comedy (1950/II/9’)

Finzi Gerald (UK) : The Fall of the Leaf, elegy for orchestra (c. 1950/III/9’)

Satie Erik (Fra)/orch. Roger Désormière : Trois morceaux en forme de poire, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1903 ; orch. c. 1950/III/13’)

Czyz (Czyż) Henryk (Pol) : Serenade for Strings (1951/II/8’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Maconchy Elizabeth (UK) : Nocturne for orchestra (1951/IV/6’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Eshpai Andrei (Rus) : Symphonic Dances on Mari Themes (1952/III/12’)

Alwyn William (UK) : *The Magic Island, symphonic prelude (1952/II/10’)

Potter Archibald James (UK) : Fantasia Gaelach n°1 for orchestra (1952/II/8’)

Dohnanyi (Dohnányi) Ernst von (Hun) : American Rhapsody (1953/II/15’)

Walton William (UK) : Orb and Sceptre, march for orchestra (1953/II/7’)

Bacewicz Grazyna (Grażyna) (Pol) : Polish Overture (1954/IV/9’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Ostijn Willy (Bel) : Concert Overture (1954/II/8’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Binge Ronald (UK) : various orchestral works [Whispering Valley, 1952 ; Sailing By, 1963 ; Like Old Times, 19?? ; Elizabethan Serenade, 1951 ; The Watermill, 1958, etc.] (from 1945 to 1965/I/4’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 4’)

Farnon Robert (Can) : Lake of the Woods, from Canadian Impressions, suite for orchestra (1955/I/10’)

Veale John (UK) : The Metropolis, concert overture (1955/III/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kurka Robert (USA) : *Julius Caesar, symphonic epilogue (1955/IV/9’)

Turski Zbigniew (Pol) : Little Overture (1955/III/5’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bonneau Paul (Fra) : various orchestral works [Street Life ; Valse nostalgique ; Holidays ; Sweet Dreams ; Violin Romance ; Valse romantique, etc.] (from 1945 to 1965/I/4’ ; 5’ ; 3’ ; 4’ ; 3’ ; 4’)

Cesana Otto (USA) : various orchestral works [Ectasy, 1952 ; Enchantment, 1952 ; Devotion, 1952 ; Reflection, 1952 ; Night Train, 1953, etc.] (from 1950 to 1960/I/3’; 3’;  3’; 3’; 3’)

Bernstein Leonard (USA)/orch. Hershy Kay : *« Candide » Overture, from the operetta (1956/II/4’)

Walton William (UK) : *Johannesbourg Festival Overture (1956/II/8’)

Tuzun (Tüzün) Ferit (Tur) : Turkish Capriccio for orchestra (1956/II/7’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Creston Paul (USA) : Lydian Ode for orchestra with piano obbligato (1956/III/12’)

Ibert Jacques (Fra) : Bacchanale for orchestra (1956/III/9’)

Alwyn William (UK)/arr. Philip Lane : Dramatic Overture : The Moor of Venice (orig. for brass band 1956 ; orch. 2001/III/9’)

Roger Roger [real full name] (Fra) : various orchestral works [By the Seine ; Clowneries, 1956 ; Paris Pulman, 1958 ; Along the Avenue ; The Toy Shop Widow ; Rivet Rhythm, etc.] (from 1945 to 1970/I/2’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 2’ ; 3’ ; 2’)

Spisak Michal (Michał) (Pol) : *Allegro de Voiron for orchestra (1957 ; first version 1943/IV/8’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Hanson Howard (USA) : Mosaics for orchestra (1957/III/12’)

Pakhmutova Aleksandra (Rus) : Youth Overture (1957/II/6’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Orthel Leon (Léon) (Net) : *Scherzo n°2 for orchestra (1957/III/12’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kabelac (Kabeláč) Miloslav (Cze) : Mystery of Time, passacaglia for Large orchestra (1957/IV/25’)

Melikov (Malikov) Arif (Aze) : Fairy Tale for orchestra (1957/II/15’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Serra Joaquim (Spa)/arr. Salvador Brotons : Puigsoliu, symphonic cobla (1957 ; arr. 2002/II/8’)

Larchet John Francis (UK) : By the Waters of Moyle, nocturne for orchestra (1957/II/8’)

Atterberg Kurt (Swe) : *Ballad Without Words (1958/II/18’)

Zimmer Jan (Ján) (Slova) : Strecno [Strečno], symphonic poem (1958/IV/13’). CD not available.

Arnic Blaz (Arnič Blaž) (Slov) : The Wild Chase, symphonic poem (1958 ; rev. 1965/III/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Tcherepnin Alexandre (Rus) : Symphonic Prayer (1959/IV/7’)

Creston Paul (USA) : Janus, symphonic poem (1959/IV/12’)

Macha (Mácha) Otmar (Cze) : Night and Hope, symphonic poem (1959/IV/14’)

Lapinsky Yakov (Lapinskyj Yakiv) (Ukr) : Holiday, symphonic picture (1959/II/9’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kolodub Levko (Ukr) : Ukrainian Carpathian Rhapsody n°1 (1960/II/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Coulthard Jean (Can) [Jean Coulthard is a female composer] : Music to St Cecilia for orchestra [version for Organ and Strings, 1968] (1960/II/9’)

Banks Don (Aus) : *Coney Island for orchestra (c. 1960/I/6’)

Kelly Brian (UK) : Epitaph for Peace for string orchestra (c. 1960 ; premiered 2013/II/6’)

Bibergan Vadim (Rus) : Poem of the Struggle (1961/IV/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Mokranjac Vasilije (Ser) : Overture for orchestra (1962/IV/7’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Jones Samuel (USA) : Elegy for Strings « In Memoriam JFK » (1963/III/6’)

Tomlinson Ernest (UK) : various orchestral work [Sweet and Dainty Cantilena ; Comedy Overture ; Little Serenade Capability Brown ; Pleasant Company Kielder Water, etc.] (from 1950 to 1980/I/2’ ; 3’ ; 4’ ; 3’ ; 2’, 3’, 4’)

Bunin Vladimir (Rus) : In the Fields of Motherland, symphonic poem (1965/II/14’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Olthuis Kees (Net) : *Theseus Fantasy for orchestra (c. 1965 ; premiered 1984/IV/22’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Creston Paul (USA) : Chthonic Ode : Homage to Henry Moore for orchestra (1966/IV/13’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Hanson Howard (USA) : *Die Natalis [theme and variations on the chorale] (1967/III/16’)

Pillney Karl Hermann (Aut) : Eskapaden eines Gassenhauers für Hörer mit Sinn für musikalische Eulenspiegeleien [humorous variations on the theme « Was machst du mit dem Knie, lieber Hans ? » by Fritz Löhner-Beda] for orchestra and Piano (1968/I/24’)

Bunin Vladimir (Rus) : Russia, symphonic poem (1968/III/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Paillard Jean-François (Fra) : Canon in D major (Canon of Pachelbel) [often attributed to Johann Pachelbel] (1969/I/6’)

Bourgeois Derek (UK) : Green Dragon Overture (1969/II/6’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

McBride Robert (USA) : March of the Be-Bops (1969/II/3’)

Magin Milosz (Miłosz) (Pol) : Stabat Mater for Strings and Timpani (1972/III/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Svetlanov Evgeni (Rus) : The Red Guelder-rose, symphonic poem (1974/III/19’)

Lees Benjamin (USA) : Passacaglia for Large orchestra (1975/IV/11’)

Rodrigo Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : *A la busca del más alla/In Search of the Beyond, symphonic poem [for the 1976 American bicentennial/Johnston Space Center-NASA] (1976/III/14’)

Nenov Dimitar (Bul)/orch. Lazar Nikolov : Toccata, orchestrated (orig. for piano 1939 ; orch. 1980/III/8’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Zimmer Jan (Ján) (Slova) : Concert Overture for Large orchestra, op. 96 (1981/IV/8’). CD not available.

Balsys Eduardas (Lit) : Reflections/Shimmering of the Sea, poem for string orchestra (1981/IV/10’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Magi (Mägi) Ester (Est) : Bukoolica, fantasy for orchestra (1983/III/8’)

Zwilich Ellen Taaffe (USA) : Prologue and Variations for string orchestra (1983/IV/12’)

Lees Benjamin (USA) : Concerto for Brass choir and orchestra (1983/IV/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Czyz (Czyż) Henryk (Pol) : Canzona di barocco for string orchestra (1983/II/6’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Reed Alfred (USA) : El Camino Real, a Latin Fantasy for Concert Band (1985/II/11’)

Bennett Richard Rodney (UK) : Reflections on a Theme of William Walton for string orchestra (1985/III/16’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Adams John (USA) : The Chairman Dances (1985/III/13’)

Adams John (USA) : Short Ride in a Fast Machine, fanfare for orchestra (1986/III/4’)

Zwilich Ellen Taaffe (USA) : *Symbolon for orchestra (1988/IV/15’)

Heidrich Peter (Ger) : Happy Birthday Variations [on an original theme by Mildred & Patty Hill, 1893] (1993/I/12’)

Bardanashvili Josef (Ioseb) (Geo) : Elegy for string orchestra (1997/II/6’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Serksnyte (Šerkšnytė) Raminta (Lit) : *De Profundis for string orchestra (1998/IV/13’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Magi (Mägi) Ester (Est) : Vesper for string orchestra (orig. for violin and piano 1990 ; orch. 1999/II/7’)

Kuzmenko Larysa (Can) : Behold the Night for Children’s choir and orchestra (2011/II/14’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Waksman Fabien (Fra) : Le Parfum d’Aphrodite for orchestra (2011/III/26’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.




IV- BALLETS (ballets composed for movies are in X- MOVIES SOUNDTRACKS)


Gounod Charles (Fra) : +« Faust » Ballet (with Waltz), from the opera (1859/II/22’)

Tchaikovsky Piotr (Tchaïkovski Pierre) (Rus) : +Swan Lake, ballet [highlights] (1876/I/around 65’)

Ponchielli Amilcare (Ita) : +Dance of the Hour, from the opera La Giaconda (1880/I/10’)

Massenet Jules (Fra) : +« El Cid » Ballet, from the opera (1885/I/20’)

Borodine Alexandre (Rus) : Polovtsian Dances, from the opera Prince Igor [with or without choir] (1890/I/14’)

Tchaikovsky Piotr (Tchaïkovski Pierre) (Rus) : Sleeping Beauty, ballet [highlights] (1890/I/around 40’)

Tchaikovsky Piotr (Tchaïkovski Pierre) (Rus) : +The Nutcracker, ballet [highlights] (1892/I/around 60’)

Ronald Landon (UK) : Ballet Suite (1900/I/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Zemlinsky Alexander von (Aut) : Three Ballet Pieces (1901/III/15’)

Ravel Maurice (Fra) : +Daphnis et Chloé, choreographic symphony with choir without words (1907/III/57’)

Schmitt Florent (Fra) : +La Tragédie de Salomé, choreographic poem (1907/III/28’)

Massenet Jules (Fra) : Espada, ballet suite (1908/I/10’)

Schreker Franz (Aut) : Das Spielwerk und die Prinzessin/L’Anniversaire de l’Infante, interpretative pantomime-dance (1909 ; rev. 1915/III/34’)

Stravinski Igor (Rus) : +Firebird, ballet suite with Final of the complete ballet [Final = Disappearance of Kastchei’s Palace and Magical Creations, Return to Life of the Petrified Knights, General Rejoicing] (1910/IV/24’ + 3’)

Stravinski Igor (Rus) : *Petrouchka, ballet suite (1911 ; rev. 1947/IV/34’)

Ravel Maurice (Fra) : +Ma mère l’Oye/Mother Goose, ballet in one Act (orig. for four-handed piano 1908 ; orch. 1912/III/29’)

Dukas Paul (Fra) : +La Péri, fanfare and dance poem in one scene (1912/III/22’)

Stravinski Igor (Rus) : +The Rite of Spring (1913/IV/33’)

Steinberg Maximilian (Lit/Rus) : *Les Métamorphoses, after Ovid, ballet suite (1913/III/27’)

Bartok Bela (Bartók Béla) (Hun) : The Wooden Prince, pantomime-ballet (1916/III/54’)

Falla Manuel de (Spa) : *The Three-Cornered Hat (1917/III/39’) [see also Three Dances from the opera The Three-Cornered Hat]

Bax Arnold (UK) : From Dusk till Dawn (Between Dusk and Dawn), ballet (1917/III/20’)

Stravinski Igor (Rus) : Pulcinella, ballet in one Act, after Pergolese, with Soprano, Tenor and Bass [also based on works by Domenico Gallo, Carlo Monza, Alessandro Parisotti and Wilhelm van Wassenaer] (1919/II/39’)

Respighi Ottorino (Ita) : La Boutique fantasque, ballet suite after Rossini (1919/II/19’)

Holst Gustav (UK) : The Lure, ballet music for orchestra (1921/III/10’)

Holst Gustav (UK) : « The Perfect Fool » Ballet, from the opera (1922/III/12’)

Poulenc Francis (Fra) : +Les Biches, ballet suite (1923/II/22’)

Pierne (Pierné) Gabriel (Fra) : *Cydalise et le Chèvre-pied, ballet suite (1923/III/46’)

Tailleferre Germaine (Fra) : Le Marchand d’oiseaux, ballet (1923/III/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Milhaud Darius (Fra) : Le Train bleu, ballet (1924/II/22’)

Bartok Bela (Bartók Béla) (Hun) : The Miraculous Mandarin/The Wonderful Mandarin, ballet [with choir coloratura] (1924/IV/31’)

Schmitt Florent (Fra) : Le Petit Elfe ferme-l’œil, ballet suite [after Hans Christian Andersen’s tale] (orig. for four-handed piano 1912 ; arr. and orch. 1924/III/38’)

Carpenter John Alden (USA) : *Skyscrapers, ballet suite (1924/IV/21’)

Avshalomov Aaron (Rus/USA) : *Soul of the Ch’in, pantomime-ballet (1926/III/24’)

Gliere (Glière) Reinhold (Rus) : +The Red Poppy, ballet [highlights] (1927/II/around 70’)

Ravel Maurice (Fra) : Bolero (1928/II/15’)

Zeisl Erich (Aut) : *Pierrot in the Flask, ballet suite (1929/IV/27’)

Smit Leo (Net) : *Schemselnihar, ballet for orchestra (1929/III/27’)

De Sabata Victor (Ita) : 1001 Nights, choreographic fairy tale in 7 scenes, ballet suite (1931/III/28’)

Francaix (Françaix) Jean (Fra) : Scuola di ballo, ballet [orch. and arr. of several String Quintets of Boccherini] (1933/I/27’)

Prokofiev Sergei (Rus) : +Romeo and Juliet, two suites from the ballet (1936/II/53’)

Spies Leo (Rus/Ger) : Apollo and Daphne, ballet (extracts) (1936/IV/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bliss Arthur (UK) : *Checkmate, ballet suite (1937/III/26’)

Ginastera Alberto (Arg) : Panambi, ballet (1937/IV/39’)

Palester Roman (Pol) : A Song About Earth, ballet suite in three scenes (1937/III/32’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Lambert Constant (UK) : Horoscope, ballet suite (1938/III/27’)

Khachaturian (Khatchaturian) Aram (Arm) : +Gayaneh, two suites from the ballet (1942/II/70’)

Poulenc Francis (Fra) : Les Animaux modèles, ballet (1942/II/43’) 

Bernstein Leonard (USA)/orch. Hershy Kay : Three Dance Episodes, from the musical comedy On the Town (1944/III/10’)

Lajtha Laszlo (László) (Hun) : Capriccio, ballet [highlights] (1944/III/around 50’)

Sauguet Henri (Fra) : *Les Forains, ballet (1945/II/30’)

Szalowski (Szałowski) Antoni (Pol) : The Enchanted Inn, ballet in one Act (1945/IV/20’). CD not available.

Rofe Esther (Aus) : Terra Australis, ballet (1946/III/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Karayev Kara (Aze) : *The Seven Beauties, ballet suite (1952/II/37’)

Dutilleux Henri (Fra) : *Le Loup, ballet suite (1953/III/16’)

Arnold Malcolm (UK) : *Rinaldo and Armida, dance drama in one Act (1954/IV/21’)

Auster Lydia (Est) : Tiina, ballet in three Acts (1955/III/90’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Antheil George (USA) : Capital of the World, ballet suite (1955/IV/26’)

Shchedrin (Schedrin) Rodion (Rus) : The Little Hump-backed Horse, ballet [highlights] (1956/III/around 55’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Machavariani (Matchavariani) Aleksandre (Aleksi/Alexi/Alexei) (Geo) : Othello, ballet [highlights] (1957/III/around 80’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Salvador Matilde (Spa) : El Ruiseñor i la Rosa/The Nightingale and the Rose, ballet (1958/II/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Balsys Eduardas (Lit) : Egle, Queen of the Grass-Snakes, ballet (1960/III/102’) or ballet suite (20’). CD not available.

Arnold Malcolm (UK) : *Electra, ballet in one Act (1963/IV/15’)

Stoyanov Vesselin (Veselin) (Bul) : The Popess Joanna, two suites from the ballet (1966-67/III/60’). CD not available.

Vlasov Vladimir (Rus) : *Fragments from the Ballet « Asel » (1967/III/55’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Khachaturian (Khatchaturian) Aram (Arm) : Spartacus, ballet suite (1968/III/26’) 

Hubarenko (Gubarenko) Vitaly (Ukr) : The Stone Guest, after Puchkin, two suites from the ballet (1968/III/45’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Gershwin George (USA)/orch. Hershy Kay : Who Cares ? [this ballet, choreographed by Balanchine, brings together the most famous songs of Gershwin in an orchestration by Hershy Kay] (1970/I/36’)

Glebov Evgeny (Rus) : Till Eulenspiegel, ballet in three Acts [with choir at the end of each act] (1973/III/103’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Eshpai Andrei (Rus) : Angara, ballet (1975/III/46’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Nemtin Alexander (Rus) : Nuances, ballet [based on the late piano works of Scriabin], with piano obbligato (1975/IV/30’)

Khrennikov Tikhon (Rus) : Love for Love, ballet (1976/III/68’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Hubarenko (Gubarenko) Vitaly (Ukr) : Maypole/Zelenye Sviatki, Symphony-Ballet (premiered 1992/IV/28’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Pavlova Alla (Ukr/USA) : Sulamith, ballet suite (2004/II/46’)



V- PIANO CONCERTOS (concertos composed for movies are in VI- OTHERS WORKS FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA ; concertos for several pianos and orchestra are in IX- CONCERTANTE WORKS FOR OTHER INSTRUMENTS OR SEVERAL INSTRUMENTS

Some works can not be entitled "concerto".


Liszt Franz (Hun) : Piano Concerto n°2 in A major (1857/II/22’)

Massenet Jules (Fra) : Piano Concerto in E flat major (1865 ; rev. 1901/II/30’)

Grieg Edvard (Nor) : +Piano Concerto in A minor (1868/II/31’)

Tchaikovsky Piotr (Tchaïkovski Pierre) (Rus) : *Piano Concerto n°1 in B flat minor (1875/III/37’)

Rimsky-Korsakov Nicolai (Rus) : Piano Concerto in C sharp minor (1884/II/14’)

d’Indy Vincent (Fra) : *Symphony on a French Mountain Air « Cévenole » for Piano and orchestra [piano concerto in all but name] (1886/II/24’)

Albeniz (Albéniz) Isaac (Spa) : +Concierto Fantastico in A minor (1887/II/30’)

Pierne (Pierné) Gabriel (Fra) : Piano Concerto in C minor (1887/II/21’)

MacDowell Edward (USA) : *Piano Concerto n°2 in D minor (1890/II/27’)

Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninov) Sergei (Rus) : +Piano Concerto n°1 in F sharp minor (1891/II/27’)

Melcer Henryk (Pol) : Piano Concerto n°1 in E minor (1894/II/29’)

Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : *Piano Concerto n°5 « The Egyptian » (1896/III/29’)

Scriabin Alexander (Rus) : +Piano Concerto in F sharp minor (1898/II/28’)

Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninov) Sergei (Rus) : +Piano Concerto n°2 in C minor (1901/II/35’)

Tcherepnin Nikolai (Rus) : Piano Concerto in C sharp minor (1905/II/23’)

Rontgen (Röntgen) Julius (Ger/Net) : Piano Concerto n°4 in F major (1906/II/26’)

Wiklund Adolf (Swe) : Piano Concerto n°1 in E minor (1907/II/35’)

Ysaye Theophile (Ysaÿe Théophile) (Bel) : Piano Concerto in E flat major (1907/II/31’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bowen York (UK) : Piano Concerto n°3 in G minor « Fantasia » (1907/II/18’)

Andriessen Willem (Net) : Piano Concerto in D flat major (1908/II/32). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Lyapunov Sergei (Rus) : Piano Concerto n°2 in One Movement (1909/II/18’)

Catoire Georgy (Georges) (Rus) : Piano Concerto in A major (1909/III/34’)

Ponce Manuel (Mex) : Concerto romantico (Piano Concerto n°1) (1910/II/20’)

Lemba Artur (Est) : Piano Concerto n°1 in G major (1910/II/22’)

Biarent Adolphe (Bel) : Rapsodie/Rhapsodie wallonne [piano concerto in all but name] (1910/II/26’)

Glazunov Alexander (Rus) : *Allegro moderato (1st mvt), from Piano Concerto n°1 in F minor (1911/II/13’)

Bortkiewicz Sergei (Pol) : Piano Concerto n°1 in B flat major (1913/II/36’)

Palmgren Selim (Fin) : Piano Concerto n°2 « The River » (1913/II/21’)

Alnaes (Alnæs) Eyvind (Nor) : Piano Concerto in D major (1914/II/31’)

Falla Manuel de (Spa) : +Nights in the Gardens of Spain, concerto for Piano and orchestra (1915/III/25’)

Palmgren Selim (Fin) : Piano Concerto n°3 « Metamorphoses » (1916/II/18’)

Hannikainen Ilmari (Fin) : *Piano Concerto in B flat minor (1917/II/34’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Rozycki (Różycki) Ludomir (Pol) : Piano Concerto n°1 in G minor (1918/II/30’)

Vladigerov Pancho (Bul) : *Piano Concerto n°1 in A minor (1918/III/42’)

Marx Joseph (Aut) : *Piano Concerto n°1 « Romantic » (1920/IV/41’)

Richter Paul (Rou) : Piano Concerto in B minor (1920/II/27’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Pingoud Ernest (Rus/Fin) : Piano Concerto n°2 (1921/III/27’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

d’Erlanger Frederic (Frédéric) (Fra/UK) : Concerto symphonique for Piano and orchestra (1921/II/29’)

Harty Hamilton (UK) : Piano Concerto in B minor (1922/III/38’)

Bortkiewicz Sergei (Pol) : *Allegro dramatico (1st mvt), from Piano Concerto n°2 in E flat major (1923/II/6’)

Ornstein Leo (Rus/USA) : *Piano Concerto (1921-23/IV/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Gershwin George (USA)/orch. Ferde Grofe (Grofé) & Walter Damrosch ? : +Piano Concerto in F major (1925/II/33’)

Bohnke Emil (Ger) : Piano Concerto in D minor (1925/IV/31’)

Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninov) Sergei (Rus) : Piano Concerto n°4 in G minor (1926 ; rev. 1941/III/28’)

Atterberg Kurt (Swe) : *Piano Concerto in B flat minor (1st mvt : 1927 ; 2nd and 3rd mvts 1936/II/37’)

Bosmans Henriette (Henriëtte) (Net) : Concertino for Piano and orchestra (1928/II/15’)

Lopez-Chavarri (López-Chávarri) Eduardo (Spa) : Concerto for Piano and Strings (1928/II/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kosenko Viktor (Ukr) : Piano Concerto in C minor [only the first movement finished, 1928 ; last two movements completed in 1937 by Georgiy Maiboroda, Levko Revutsky and Anatoly Kolomiyets] (1928/III/20’ or 42’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Wolf Hanns (Ger) : Piano Concerto in C sharp minor (1929/III/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Foulds John (UK) : Dynamic Triptych [piano concerto in all but name] (1929/IV/23’)

Marx Joseph (Aut) : *Piano Concerto n°2 « Castelli romani » (1930/II/31’)

Gjerstrom (Gjerstrøm) Gunnar (Nor) : Piano Concerto n°1 in F minor (1930/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Vladigerov Pancho (Bul) : *Piano Concerto n°2 in C minor (1930/III/39’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Pizzetti Ildebrando (Ita) : Piano Concerto « Canti della stagione alta » (1930/II/30’)

Ravel Maurice (Fra) : Piano Concerto in G major (1931/III/23’)

Cras Jean (Fra) : Piano Concerto (1931/III/29’)

Maliszewski Witold (Pol) : Piano Concerto in B flat minor (1931/III/31’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Ravel Maurice (Fra) : *Piano Concerto for the Left Hand (1932/III/19’)

Ireland John (UK) : Piano Concerto (1932/III/24’) 

Suesse Dana (USA)/orch. with Ferde Grofe (Grofé) : *Piano Concerto « In Three Rhythms » (1932/II/23’)

Medins Janis (Mediņš Jānis) (Lat) : *Piano Concerto in C sharp minor (1932/II/33’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Johnson James Price (USA) : Piano Concerto in A flat major « Jazz-A-Mine » [the last movement is missing] (1934/II/17’)

Price Florence (USA) : Piano Concerto in D minor (1934/III/18’)

Kattnigg Rudolf (Aut) : *Piano Concerto (1934/IV/32’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Revutsky Levko (Ukr) : Piano Concerto n°2 in F major (1934 ; rev. 1961/III/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Giannini Vittorio (USA) : Piano Concerto (1935/III/41’)

Kunneke (Künneke) Eduard (Ger) : *Piano Concerto n°1 in A flat major (1935/II/35’)

Nikisch Mitja (Ger) : Piano Concerto (1936/III/35’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Gjerstrom (Gjerstrøm) Gunnar (Nor) : Piano Concerto n°2 « Sjøstemninger/Sea Moods » (1936/III/17’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Vladigerov Pancho (Bul) : Piano Concerto n°3 in B flat minor (1937/III/24’)

Tavares Hekel (Bra) : Piano Concerto n°2 « In Brazilian Forms » (1938/II/21’)

Britten Benjamin (UK) : Toccata (1st mvt), from Piano Concerto (1938 ; rev. 1945/III/12’)

Gold Ernest (Aut/USA) : Piano Concerto (1938/III/27’)

Ullmann Viktor (Ger) : Piano Concerto (1939/IV/19’)

Palenicek (Páleníček) Josef (Cze) : Concerto n°1 for Piano, string orchestra and Timpani (1939/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Williams Grace Mary (UK) : Sinfonia concertante for Piano and orchestra [piano concerto in all but name] (1941/IV/23’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Erkin Ulvi Cemal (Tur) : Piano Concerto (1942/IV/23’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Levina Zara (Ukr) : Piano Concerto n°1 in A major (1942/III/35’)

Gibbs Cecil Armstrong (UK) : Concertino for Piano and string orchestra (1942/II/13’)

Fischer Ernst (Ger) : In Dur und Moll for Piano and orchestra [in four short movements] (1942/II/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Stoyanov Vesselin (Veselin) (Bul) : Piano Concerto n°1 in A minor (1942/II/32’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Hemel Oscar van (Net) : Piano Concerto (1942/III/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Mathieu Andre (André) (Que) : Piano Concerto n°3 « De Québec » [was used in the film Whispering City, 1947] (1943/II/27’)

Jordan Sverre (Nor) : Piano Concerto n°1 in E minor (1944/II/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Castellanos Evencio (Ven) : Piano Concerto in A major (1944/III/31’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Machavariani (Matchavariani) Aleksandre (Aleksi/Alexi/Alexei) (Geo) : Piano Concerto (1944/III/28’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Mackeben Theo (Ger) : Piano Concerto in B flat minor (1945/II/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Gerber Rene (René) (Swi) : Concertino for Piano and string orchestra (1945/II/14’)

Lemba Artur (Est) : Piano Concerto n°3 in F minor (1945/III/23’). CD not available.

Collet Henri (Fra) : Concerto Flamenco n°1 for Piano and orchestra (1946/II/24’)

Blancafort Manuel (Spa) : Piano Concerto n°2 in A minor « Iberico » (1946/II/28’)

Arnell Richard (UK) : Piano Concerto n°1 (1946/IV/33’)

Escudero Francisco (Bas/Spa) : Concierto Vasco for Piano and orchestra (1946/III/32’)

Galynin German (Herman) (Rus) : Piano Concerto n°1 (1946/III/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Mathieu Andre (André) (Que) : *Piano Concerto n°4 in E minor [the Andante has been expanded in 1958 with eight additional minutes, as Romantic Rhapsody ; see also Romantic Rhapsody] (1947/II/42’)

Martinu (Martinů) Bohuslav (Tch/USA) : Piano Concerto n°3 (1948/III/28’)

Gipps Ruth (UK) : Piano Concerto in G minor (1948/III/24’)

Curiel Gonzalo (Mex) : Piano Concerto No. 1 in D flat major (1948/II/28’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Orthel Leon (Léon) (Net) : *Symphony n°4 « Concertante » for Piano and orchestra [piano concerto in all but name] (1949/IV/21’)

Skerjanc (Škerjanc) Lucijan (Slove) : Concertino for Piano and Strings (1949/II/16’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Zimmer Jan (Ján) (Slova) : *Piano Concerto n°1 (1949/III/39’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

D’Hooghe Clement (Clément) (Bel) : Romantic Concerto for Piano and orchestra (1949/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Petersen Wilhelm (Ger) : Piano Concerto (1950/III/41’). Pas d’enregistrement sur CD. Can be listened on YouTube.

Poulenc Francis (Fra) : +Piano Concerto (1950/II/20’)

Flagello Nicolas (USA) : Piano Concerto n°1 (1950/III/29’)

Taktakishvili Otar (Geo) : Piano Concerto n°1 in C minor (1950/III/34’)

La Montaine John (USA) : *Piano Concerto n°1 « In Time of War » (1942-50/IV/25’)

Scholz Bernd (Ger) : Piano Concerto (c. 1950/III/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Ferguson Howard (UK) : Concerto for Piano and Strings in D major (1951/II/24’)

Svetlanov Evgeni (Rus) : *Piano Concerto in C minor (1951 ; rev. 1976/II/21’)

Auster Lydia (Est) : Piano Concerto (n°1) in G major (1952/II/28’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kabalevski Dmitri (Rus) : Piano Concerto n°3 (1952/II/18’)

Garuta Lucija (Garūta Lūcija) (Lat) : *Piano Concerto in F sharp minor (1952/III/37’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Constantinescu Paul (Rom) : Piano Concerto (1952/III/27’)

Anderson Leroy (USA) : Piano Concerto in C major (1953/II/19’)

Stoyanov Vesselin (Veselin) (Bul) : Piano Concerto n°2 in D minor (1953/II/32’)

Partskhaladze Merab (Geo) : Piano Concerto in A major (1953/III/29’)

Magi (Mägi) Ester (Est) : Piano Concerto in F sharp minor (1953/III/23’)

Christov (Hristov/Christoff) Dimitar (Bul) : Piano Concerto n°1 in C major (1955/III/29’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Leimer Kurt (Ger) : Piano Concerto n°4 (1955/IV/36’)

Gillis Don (USA) : Piano Concerto n°1 « Encore Concerto » (1956/II/18’)

Sancan Pierre (Fra) : Piano Concerto (n°1) in E minor (1957/III/30’)

Hoiby Lee (USA) : Piano Concerto n°1 (1957/III/25’)

Amirov Fikret & Nazirova Elmira (Aze) : Piano Concerto on Arabian Themes (1957 ; rev. 1976/II/24’)

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : *Andante (2nd mvt), from Piano Concerto n°2 (1957/I/6’)

Lamote de Grignon Ricardo (Ricard) (Spa) : *Triptico de la Piel de Toro [piano concerto in all but name] (1958/III/30’)

Koha Jaan (Est) : Piano Concerto n°1 (1958/IV/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Chen Gang (Chi) : Piano Concerto « Butterfly Lovers » [adapted from Violin Concerto « Butterfly Lovers » by He Zhan-Hao & Chen Gang ; see also Violin Concerto « Butterfly Lovers »] (1959/II/26’)

Liu Shi-Kun (Chi) with Sun Yilin (Chi), Pan Yiming (Chi) and Huang Xiaofei (Chi) : Youth Concerto, for Piano and orchestra (1959/II/14’)

Pitfield Thomas (UK) : Piano Concerto n°2 « The Student » (1960/II/12’)

Lissac Maurice (Fra) : Piano Concerto in A flat major (c. 1960/II/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Soukup Vladimir (Vladimír) (Cze) : Piano Concerto (1961/IV/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Ginastera Alberto (Arg) : Toccata concertata (4th mvt), from Piano Concerto n°1 (1962/IV/6’)

Magin Milosz (Miłosz) (Pol) : Concerto n°2 for Piano, string orchestra and Timpani (1964/III/22’)

Carmichael John (Aus) : *Concierto Folklorico for Piano and string orchestra (1965/II/26’)

Bunin Vladimir (Rus) : Piano Concerto in F minor (1965/IV/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Rozsa Miklos (Rózsa Miklós) (Hun/USA) : Piano Concerto (1966/IV/29’)

Erkin Ulvi Cemal (Tur) : Symphony Concertante for Piano and orchestra [piano concerto in all but name] (1966/IV/27’) 

Stoyanov Vesselin (Veselin) (Bul) : Piano Concerto n°3 in B flat major (1966/II/21’)

Yin Chengzong & Chu Wanghua (Chi) : *Piano Concerto « The Yellow River » (1969/II/22’)

Magin Milosz (Miłosz) (Pol) : Concerto n°3 for Piano, string orchestra and Timpani (1970/III/26’)

Rautio Matti (Fin) : Piano Concerto (1971/III/21’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Hsiao Tyzen (Tai) : Piano Concerto in C minor (1992/II/34’)

Gregson Edward (UK) : Concerto (n°2) for Piano, Winds and Percussion « Homages » (1995 ; rev. 1997/IV/19’)

Kuzmenko Larysa (Can) : Piano Concerto n°1 (1996/IV/21’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Belyaev (Beliaev) Vladimir (Rus) : Piano Concerto, based on Edvard Grieg’s sketches for an unfinished Piano Concerto n°2 in B minor, 1883 (1997/II/15’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Schmidt Heather (Can) : *Piano Concerto n°1 (1997/IV/15’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Coff Elie (Fra) : Piano Concerto n°3 « Korczack » (1999/II/35’)

Payette Alain (Que) : *Piano Concerto (2000/II/28’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Hart Edward (USA) : Tidal Concerto for Piano and orchestra (2002/III/24’)

Schmidt Heather (Can) : *Piano Concerto n°4 « Phoenix Ascending » (2005/IV/28’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Kuzina Anna (Ukr) : *Piano Concerto (2006/II/26’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Ahdab Mona A. (Fra) : *Piano Concerto n°1 « Renaître » (2011/II/32’). CD not available.

Trifonov Daniil (Rus) : Piano Concerto in E flat minor (2014/III/32’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.



VI- OTHER WORKS FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA (works for several pianos and orchestra are in IX- CONCERTANTE WORKS FOR OTHER INSTRUMENTS OR SEVERAL INSTRUMENTS)

Some works can be entitled "concerto".


Liszt Franz (Hun) : Fantasia on Hungarian Folk Melodies/Hungarian Rhapsody n°14 for Piano and orchestra (1852/II/16’)

Liszt Franz (Hun) : +Totentanz/Dance of the Dead : Paraphrase on "Dies Irae", for Piano and orchestra (1849 ; rev. 1853 and 1859/III/16’)

Faure (Fauré) Gabriel (Fra) : Ballade for Piano and orchestra (1881/II/15’)

Franck Cesar (César) (Fra) : *The Djinns, symphonic poem for Piano and orchestra (1885/II/14’)

Albeniz (Albéniz) Isaac (Spa)/several orchestrators : +Rapsodia española for Piano and orchestra (orig. for two pianos 1887 ; orch. George Enescu, 1911 ; Alfredo Casella, 1922 ; Christobal Halffter, 1960 ; Jacinto Torres, 1997/II/18’)

Chaminade Cecile (Cécile) (Fra) : *Concert Piece for Piano and orchestra (1888/II/16’)

Pierne (Pierné) Gabriel (Fra) : Scherzo-Caprice for Piano and orchestra (1890/II/8’)

Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : Africa, fantasy for Piano and orchestra (1891/II/11’)

Liszt Franz (Hun)/orch. Ferruccio Busoni : Spanish Rhapsody for Piano and orchestra (orig. for piano 1863 ; orch. 1894/II/15’)

Larregla Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : Viva Navarra, jota de concierto, version for Piano and orchestra (1895/I/4’)

Arenski Anton (Rus) : Fantasia on Russian Themes (after Ryabinin) for Piano and orchestra (1899/II/9’)

d’Ollone Max (Fra) : Fantasy for Piano and orchestra (1899/II/13’)

Alvarez Alonso (Álvarez Alonso) Antonio (Spa) : Suspiros de Espana [España], pasodoble, version for Piano and orchestra (1902/I/5’)

Respighi Ottorino (Ita) : Fantasia slava/Slavic Fantasy for Piano and orchestra (1903/II/11’)

Loeffler Charles (USA) : *A Pagan Poem, tone poem for orchestra and Piano obbligato (orig. for piano and Chamber orchestra 1901 ; orch. 1906/III/24’)

Boulanger Nadia (Fra) : *Fantaisie variée (Fantasy in C minor) for Piano and orchestra (1912/II/20’)

Pick-Mangiagalli Riccardo (Ita) : Sortilegi, symphonic poem for Piano and orchestra (1917/II/14’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Koechlin (Kœchlin) Charles (Fra) : Ballade for Piano and orchestra (1919/III/21’)

Pejacevic (Pejačević) Dora (Cro) : *Phantasie concertante for Piano and orchestra (1919/II/15’)

Tailleferre Germaine (Fra) : *Ballade for Piano and orchestra (1920/III/14’)

Finzi Gerald (UK) : Eclogue in F major for Piano and Strings (1920 ; rev. 1940/II/10’)

Gershwin George (USA)/orch. Ferde Grofe (Grofé) : +Rhapsody in Blue for Piano and orchestra (1924/I/18’)

Elgar Edward (UK) : Piano Concerto – slow movement [only finished movement] (1909-25/I/6’)

Vierne Louis (Fra) : Poem for Piano and orchestra [a kind of piano concerto] (1925/II/22’)

Johnson James Price (USA)/orch. William Grant Still : Yamekraw, a Negro Rhapsody, orchestrated (1927/II/16’)

Jose (José) Antonio (Spa) : Suite Ingenua for Piano and Strings (1928/II/11’)

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : Symphonic Piece/Prelude and Variations for Piano and Winds [or for Piano and orchestra] [a kind of piano concerto in three linked movements] (1928/III/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Serra Joaquim (Spa) : Variations for orchestra and Piano (1930/II/18’)

Turina Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : *Rapsodia sinfonica for Piano and string orchestra (1931/II/9’)

Gershwin George (USA)/orch. Ferde Grofe (Grofé) ; also in an orchestration by Robert McBride : *Second Rhapsody for Piano and orchestra, arr. from the film music Delicious (1931/I/15’)

Gebhardt Rio (Ger) : Concerto for Piano and Jazz orchestra in E flat major (1932/II/12’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bax Arnold (UK) : Saga Fragment for Piano, Trumpet, Percussion and string orchestra (1932/III/11’)

Gershwin George (USA)/orch. Ferde Grofe (Grofé) : I Got Rhythm Variations for Piano and orchestra (1934/I/9’)

Lecuona Ernesto (Cub)/orch. Guillermo Posadas : *Rapsodia negra for Piano and orchestra (orig. for piano 1937 ; orch. 1937/I/11’)

Lecuona Ernesto (Cub)/orch. Michael Bartos & Thomas Tirino : Rapsodia argentina (Argentine Rhapsody) for Piano and orchestra (orig. for piano 1937 ; orch. c. 1994/I/11’)

Halffter Ernesto (Spa) : *Rapsodia portuguesa for Piano and orchestra (1939/III/18’)

Steiner Max (Aut/USA) : A Symphonie moderne, after a Theme by Max Rabinovitz [Mickey Borden’s Theme], arr. from the film music Four Wives (orig. for orchestra 1939 ; extended by Charles Gerhardt and arr. with a piano part by Earl Wild 1965/I/8’)

Addinsell Richard (UK)/arr. and orch. Roy Douglas : +Warsaw Concerto for Piano and orchestra, arr. from the film music Suicide Squadron/Dangerous Moonlight (1941/I/9’)

Headley Hubert (USA) : « Argentango » (Piano Concerto n°1) [a kind a fantasy] (1941/III/11’)

Tsfasman Alexander (Rus) : Concerto for Piano and Jazz orchestra (1941/II/14’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Allan Esther (Pol/USA) : Norman Concerto for Piano and orchestra (c. 1942/I/6’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Laszlo Alexander (Hun) : Hollywood Concerto for Piano and orchestra (1944/II/10’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bath Hubert (UK) : +Cornish Rhapsody for Piano and orchestra, from the film Love Story (1944/I/7’)

Korngold Erich Wolfgang (Aut/USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : Mother and Son, a piano rhapsody, arr. from the film music Between Two Worlds (1944 ; arr. 1991/II/8’)

Maciejewski Roman (Pol) : Allegro concertante for Piano and orchestra (1944/III/17’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Richardson Clive (UK) : London Fantasia : A Musical Picture of the Battle of Britain (1944/II/10’)

Tsfasman Alexander (Rus) : Jazz Suite for Piano and orchestra (1945/II/14’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kapp Artur (Est) : Concert-Rhapsody for Piano and orchestra (1945/II/21’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Webb Roy (USA) : Enchanted Cottage, concerto for Piano and orchestra, arr. from the film music (1945/I/11’). CD not available.

Herrmann Bernard (USA) : Concerto macabre for Piano and orchestra, from the film Hangover Square (1945/III/12’)

Haentzschel Georg (Ger) : Romantic Rhapsody for Piano and orchestra (c. 1945/II/10’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Sys Hans Vlig van der (Net) & Schmitz-Steinberg Christain (Ger) : Rainbow Concerto for Piano and orchestra (c. 1945 ; publ. 1967/II/7’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kirculescu Nicolae (Rom) : Momentul muzical (The Musical Moment) [from Four Studies for Piano and orchestra ; work unavailable] (1946/I/7’)

Rozsa Miklos (Rózsa Miklós) (Hun/USA) : Spellbound Concerto for Piano and orchestra, arr. from the film music Spellbound (1946/I/12’) [it also exists a version of 23’ for two pianos and orchestra]

Majerski Tadeusz (Pol) : Concerto-Poem for Piano and orchestra (1946 ; rev. 1956/III/17’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Lomani Borys (Pol/Lat) : Fantasia for Piano and orchestra in B major (c. 1947/II/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Phillips Donald (UK) : Concerto in Jazz for Piano and orchestra (1947/I/8’)

Stevens Leith (USA) : Piano Concerto in C minor « For Sweeney », from the film Night Song (1947/III/8’)

Waxman Franz (Ger/USA) : *Rhapsody for Piano and orchestra, arr. from the film music The Paradine Case (1947/II/13’)

Williams Charles (UK) : *The Dream of Olwen for Piano and orchestra, from the film While I live (1947/I/4’)

Wars Henryk (Vars Henry) (Pol/USA) : *Piano Concerto (1948/III/10’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : Scherzo fantasque for Piano and orchestra (1948/III/9’)

Wildman Charles [pseudonym of Mattes Willy] (Aut) : Swedish Rhapsody for Piano and orchestra [used in the films Gypsy Fury, 1950, and Madam X, 1966] (1948/I/8’)

Czyz (Czyż) Henryk (Pol) : Concertino for Piano and orchestra (1949 ; rev. 1962/II/13’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kokoiti Tatarkhan (Geo) : Azau, concert-fantasy for Piano and orchestra (1950/II/16’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Babajanian Arno (Arm) : Heroic Ballad, variations for Piano and orchestra (1950/II/23’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Scholz Bernd (Ger) : Concerto Appassionato for Piano and orchestra (c. 1950/II/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Sommerlatte Ulrich (Ger) : Matinée, miniature concerto for Piano and orchestra (c. 1950/II/7’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Winkler Gerhard (Ger) : Towards the Sun, concert piece for Piano and orchestra (c. 1950/II/8’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Cesana Otto (USA) : Starlight for Piano and orchestra (1951/I/3’)

Laudan Stanley & Rees Gordon (UK) : *Rhapsody for Elizabeth for Piano and orchestra (1952/II/8’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Cochrane Joyce (UK) : Prelude to Peace for Piano and orchestra (1953/I/3’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Van Damme Didier (Bel) : Rhapsody d’Alicante for Piano and orchestra (1954/I/20’) [CD sold only at the Royal Palace of Brussels, right wing]

De Groot Cor (Net) : Capriccio for Piano and orchestra (1955/III/8’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Lecuona Ernesto (Cub)/orch. Thomas Tirino : Rapsodia cubana for Piano and orchestra (orig. for two pianos 1955 ; orch. c. 1995/I/8’)

Pennario Leonard (USA)/arr. and orch. Lucien Cailliet/Caillet : *Midnight on the Cliffs for Piano and orchestra, from the film Julie (orig. for piano 1942 ; arr. and orch. 1956/I/5’)

Davitashvili Meri (Geo) : Fantasy for Piano and orchestra (1956/II/12’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Barroso Ary (Bra)/arr. and orch. Carmen Cavallaro and Morris Stoloff : Aquarela do Brasil for Piano and orchestra, from the film music The Eddy Duchin Story [Aquarela do Brasil has also been used in the « Watercolor of Brazil » from Walt Disney’s cartoon Saludos Amigos, 1942] (orig. song 1939 ; orch. 1956/I/4’)

North Alex (USA) : Rhapsody for « Four Girls in Town » [titled Piano Concerto with Trumpet obbligato in a 1995 CD] (2nd and 3rd mvts 1939-41 under the titles « Blues » and « Scherzo » ; film 1957/III/20’)

Tavares Belo Armando (Por) : Concerto Romantico for Piano and orchestra in E minor (1957/II/15’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Mathieu Andre (André) (Que) : *Romantic Rhapsody [Andante from Piano Concerto n°4, with eight additional minutes ; see also Piano Concerto n°4] (1947 ; rev. 1958/II/23’)

Procaccini Teresa (Ita) : New York Picture for Piano and orchestra [also called Rapsodia americana in the version for Piano and Concert Band] (1958 ; rev. 2008/I/8’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Reisfeld Bert (Aut) : California Concerto for Piano and orchestra (publ. 1961/II/10’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Mineo Toni (Antoinette) (USA)/orch. with Attilio Mineo : *Rhapsody 21 for Piano and orchestra (1961/II/7’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninov) Sergei (Rus)/arr. and orch. Rebekah Harkness : *Fantasy-Tableaux, Suite n°1, orchestrated (orig. for two pianos 1893 ; arr. and orch. 1968/II/19’)

Escaich Thierry (Fra) : Fantaisie concertante for Piano and orchestra (1995/IV/15’)

Kenmuir Callum (UK) : Rhapsody on Themes by Grieg, on the sketches of Edvard Grieg’s unfinished Piano Concerto n°2 in B minor, 1883 (1997/II/22’)

Gorecki (Górecki) Mikolaj (Pol) : Concertino for Piano and orchestra n°3 « In the Classical Style » (c. 2000/I/12’)

Gorecki (Górecki) Mikolaj (Pol) : Concertino for Piano and orchestra n°4 « In the Baroque Style » (c. 2000/I/12’)

Neiman Adam (USA) : Concerto for Piano and string orchestra [despite its title, this work is actually not a true concerto] (2012/II/17’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.



VII- WORKS FOR VIOLIN (OR VIOLA) AND ORCHESTRA (works for several violins and orchestra are in IX- CONCERTANTE WORKS FOR OTHER INSTRUMENTS OR SEVERAL INSTRUMENTS)


Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : +Introduction and Rondo capriccioso for Violin and orchestra (1863/I/9’)

Bruch Max (Ger) : +Violin Concerto n°1 in G minor (1868/II/24’)

Wieniawski Henryk (Pol) : Violin Concerto n°2 (1870/II/24’)

Lalo Edouard (Fra) : Violin Concerto in F major (1873/II/25’)

Lalo Edouard (Fra) : +Spanish Symphony for Violin and orchestra (1874/II/43’)

Dvorak (Dvořák) Anton (Cze) : Romance for Violin and orchestra (1877/I/13’)

Sarasate Pablo de (Spa) : +Gypsy Airs for Violin and orchestra (1878/I/8’)

Sarasate Pablo de (Spa) : Spanish Dances for Violin and string orchestra [highlights ; in particular : op. 21 n°1 ; op. 22 n°1 and 2 ; op. 23 n°1 and 2] (1877-79/I/around 24’)

Brahms Johanness (Ger) : *Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace (3rd mvt), from Violin Concerto in D major (1878/I/8’)

Bruch Max (Ger) : *Scottish Fantasy for Violin and orchestra (1880/II/26’)

Porumbescu Ciprian (Rom) : Balada for Violin and orchestra (1880/I/11’)

Tchaikovsky Piotr (Tchaïkovski Pierre) (Rus) : Violin Concerto in D major (1881/II/36’)

Svendsen Johan (Nor) : Romance for Violin and orchestra in G major (1881/I/7’)

Sarasate Pablo de (Spa) : *Carmen Fantasy for Violin and orchestra (1883/I/13’)

Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : *Havanaise for Violin and orchestra (1887/I/10’)

Rimsky-Korsakov Nicolai (Rus) : Fantasy on Two Russian Themes for Violin and orchestra (1887/II/17’)

Delius Frederick (UK) : *Suite for Violin and orchestra (1888/II/19’)

Massenet Jules (Fra) : *Meditation from « Thais » for Violin and orchestra [from the opera Thais] (1894/I/7’)

Henriques Fini (Den) : Romance for Violin and orchestra (1894/I/6’)

Delius Frederick (UK) : Legend for Violin and orchestra (1895/I/9’)

Ysaye Eugene (Ysaÿe Eugène) (Bel) : Elegiac Poem for Violin and orchestra (1895/II/15’)

Chausson Ernest (Fra) : +Poem for Violin and orchestra (1896/III/17’)

Sinding Christian (Nor) : Violin Concerto n°1 in A major (1898/II/21’)

Manen (Manén) Joan (Spa) : Violin Concerto n°1 « Concierto español » (1898 ; rev. 1935/II/30’)

Sarasate Pablo de (Spa) : Introduction and Tarantella for Violin and orchestra (1899/I/6’)

Karlowicz Mieczyslaw (Karłowicz Mieczysław) (Pol) : Violin Concerto in A major (1902/III/29’)

Suk Josef (Cze) : Fantasy for Violin and orchestra in G minor (1904/II/22’)

Monti Vittorio (Ita) : *Czardas for Violin and orchestra (1904/I/5’)

Sibelius Jean (Fin) : +Violin Concerto in D major (1905/III/33’)

Glazunov Alexander (Rus) : Violin Concerto in A minor (1905/II/21’)

Holst Gustav (UK) : A Song of the Night for Violin and orchestra (1905/II/8’)

David Ferdinand (Ger)/arr. and orch. Ottorino Respighi : *Chaconne in G minor for Violin and basso continuo arranged for Violin, Organ and Strings [the Chaconne in G minor is often attributed to Tommaso Antonio Vitali] (1860 ; arr. 1908/I/14’)

Wolff Erich Jaque (Aut) : *Violin Concerto in E flat major (1909/II/39’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

d’Ollone Max (Fra) : Le Ménétrier for Violin and orchestra (1910/II/23’)

Bruch Max (Fra) : Romance for Viola and orchestra (1910/I/8’)

Kreisler Fritz (Aut)/orch. Clark McAlister : Liebeslied for Violin and orchestra (1911/I/4’)

Elgar Edward (UK) : *Sospiri for Violin and orchestra (1914/I/5’)

Howells Herbert (UK) : *Three Dances for Violin and orchestra (1915/II/14’)

Peterson-Berger Wilhelm (Swe) : Romance for Violin and orchestra (1915/II/10’)

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : Suite for orchestra and solo Viola (1915/II/22’)

Freitas Branco Luis (Luís) de (Por) : *Violin Concerto (1916/III/32’)

Szymanovski Karol (Pol) : +Violin Concerto n°1 (1917/IV/25’)

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : Heroic Poem for Violin and orchestra (1919/III/17’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Vaughan Williams Ralph (UK) : +The Lark Ascending for Violin and orchestra (1920/II/18’)

Respighi Ottorino (Ita) : *Concerto Gregoriano for Violin and orchestra (1921/III/34’)

Vladigerov Pancho (Bul) : Violin Concerto n°1 in F minor (1921/III/31’)

Castelnuovo-Tedesco Mario (Ita) : Violin Concerto n°1 « Italiano » (1924/III/31’)

d’Erlanger Frederic (Frédéric) (Fra/UK) : Poem for Violin and orchestra in D major (orig. for violin and piano 1918 ; orch. c. 1926/II/8’)

Hahn Reynaldo (Fra) : Violin Concerto (1928/II/29’)

Gaubert Philippe (Fra) : Violin Concerto (1928/II/15’)

Castelnuovo-Tedesco Mario (Ita) : *Violin Concerto n°2 « The Prophets » (1931/III/30’)

Shebalin Vissarion (Rus) : Concertino for Violin and string orchestra (1932 ; rev. 1958/II/10’)

Holst Gustav (UK) : Lyric Movement for Viola and Chamber orchestra (1933/II/11’)

Kishi Koichi (Jap) : Violin Concerto in A minor (1933/III/37’)

Creith Guirne (UK) : Violin Concerto in G minor (1934/III/25’)

Boyle Ina (UK) : Violin Concerto (1935/II/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Provost Heinz (Aut)/many orchestrators : Intermezzo/Souvenir of Vienna for violin and orchestra [was used in the Swedish movie from 1936, and in the American remake, 1939] (orig. for violin and piano ; orch. from 1936/I/4’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : Violin Concerto (1938/II/40’)

Bax Arnold (UK) : Overture, Ballad and Scherzo (1st mvt), from Violin Concerto [this movement stands alone as a short concerto] (1938/II/15’)

Barber Samuel (USA) : +Violin Concerto (1939/III/23’)

Walton William (UK) : Violin Concerto (1939/IV/32’)

Hartmann Karl Amadeus (Ger) : Funereal Concerto for Violin and string orchestra (1939 ; rev. 1959/IV/21’)

Khachaturian (Khatchaturian) Aram (Arm) : +Violin Concerto in D minor (1940/III/36’)

Gianneo Luis (Arg) : Violin Concerto « Aymara » (1942/II/29’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Harrison Julius (UK) : Bredon Hill, rhapsody for Violin and orchestra (1942/II/11’)

Rakov Nikolai (Rus) : Violin Concerto n°1 (1944/II/30’)

Rozycki (Różycki) Ludomir (Pol) : Violin Concerto (1944/II/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Korngold Erich Wolfgang (Aut/USA) : *Violin Concerto, based on themes from several film musics (1945/II/24’)

Bate Stanley (UK) : Concerto for Viola and orchestra (1946/III/39’)

Wiren (Wirén) Dag (Swe) : Violin Concerto (1946/III/20’)

Waxman Franz (Ger/USA) : *Carmen Fantasie for Violin and orchestra, arr. from George Bizet’s opera, 1875 (1946/II/10’)

Bliss Arthur (UK) : Theme and Cadenza for Violin and orchestra (1946/II/6’)

Bacewicz Grazyna (Grażyna) (Pol) : Violin Concerto n°3 (1948/III/23’)

Suchon (Suchoň) Eugen (Slova) : Fantasy and Burlesque for Violin and orchestra [also known just as Fantasy for Violin and orchestra] (1933-48/III/28’)

Machavariani (Matchavariani) Aleksandre (Aleksi/Alexi/Alexei) (Geo) : Violin Concerto (1949/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Babajanian Arno (Arm) : Violin Concerto (1949/III/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Williams Grace Mary (UK) : *Violin Concerto (1950/IV/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Zimmermann Bernd Alois (Ger) : Violin Concerto (1950/IV/17’)

Frankel Benjamin (UK) : *Violin Concerto « In Memory of the Six Million » (1951/V/26’)

Turski Zbigniew (Pol) : *Violin Concerto n°1 (1951/IV/31’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kulikowski Aleksander (Pol) : *Violin Concerto (1951/III/33’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Menotti Gian Carlo (USA) : Violin Concerto in A minor (1952/II/28’)

Rozsa Miklos (Rózsa Miklós) (Hun/USA) : Violin Concerto [main theme was used in the film The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, 1970] (1953/III/31’)

Raychev Aleksandar (Bul) : Sonata-Poem for Violin and orchestra (orig. for violin and piano 1940 ; orch. 1954/II/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bacewicz Grazyna (Grażyna) (Pol) : Violin Concerto n°5 (1954/IV/23’)

Balsys Eduardas (Lit) : Violin Concerto n°1 in A minor (1954/III/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Spisak Michal (Michał) (Pol) : Andante and Allegro for Violin and string orchestra (1954/III/10’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Gliere (Glière) Reinhold (Rus) : Violin Concerto in G minor [completed by Boris Lyatoshinsky] (1956/II/18’)

Flagello Nicolas (USA) : Violin Concerto (1956/III/29’)

Eshpai Andrei (Rus) : Violin Concerto n°1 in G minor (1956/III/22’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Elwell Herbert (USA) : *Concert Suite for Violin and orchestra (1957/IV/19’)

Farnon Robert (UK) : *Rhapsody for Violin and orchestra (1958/II/16’)

He Zhan-Hao & Chen Gang (Chi) : *Violin Concerto « Butterfly Lovers » [there is also a version for Piano and orchestra ; see also Piano Concerto « Butterfly Lovers »] (1959/II/28’)

Khrennikov Tikhon (Rus) : Violin Concerto n°1 in C major (1959/III/18’)

Despalj (Dešpalj) Pavle (Cro) : Violin Concerto (1959/III/32’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Coulthard Jean (Can) [Jean Coulthard is a female composer] : The Bird of Dawning Singeth All Night Long, poem for Violin, Strings and Harp (1960/II/6’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Wolfe Stanley (USA) : Violin Concerto (c. 1960 ; premiered 1989/III/27’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Sculthorpe Peter (Aus) : Irkanda IV for Violin, Percussion and Strings (1961/IV/11’)

Krek Uros (Uroš) (Slove) : Invenziones Ferales for Violin and string orchestra (1962/IV/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Arapov Boris (Rus) : Violin Concerto (1964/III/27’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Michael Edward Salim (UK) : Rhapsody Concertante for Violin and orchestra (1967/III/14’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Atterberg Kurt (Swe) : Adagio Amoroso for Violin and Strings (1967/II/8’)

Jaroch Jiri (Jiří) (Cze) : Symphony n°3 « Concertante » for Violin and orchestra [violin concerto in all but name] (1969/IV/24’). CD not available.

Rose John Luke (UK) : Violin Concerto (1975/III/46’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Baker Michael Conway (Can) : Counterplay for Viola and string orchestra (1975/III/8’)

Taktakishvili Otar (Geo) : *Violin Concerto n°1 in F minor (1976/III/31’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Holdridge Lee (USA) : Violin Concerto n°2 (1978/II/26’)

Soukup Vladimir (Vladimír) (Cze) : Violin Concerto (1978/IV/21’). CD not available.

Hu Hai-Lin (Chi) : Violin Concerto n°1 « Dong Live » (1981/II/21’)

Veale John (UK) : *Violin Concerto (1984/IV/36’)

Macha (Mácha) Otmar (Cze) : Violin Concerto (1986/IV/20’)

Hsiao Tyzen (Tai) : Violin Concerto (1988/II/28’)

Delerue Georges (Fra) : Concerto de l’Adieu for Violin and orchestra [was used in the film Dien Bien Phu] (1991/II/10’)

Blake Howard (UK) : Violin Concerto « The Leeds » (1992/II/33’)

Galante Carlo (Ita) : Violin Concerto « Yeliel » (1995/III/23’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Huang An-Lun (Chi) : Violin Concerto in B major (1996/II/37’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Bacri Nicolas (Fra) : A Prayer for Violin (or Viola or Cello) and orchestra (1997/III/22’)

Zwilich Ellen Taaffe (USA) : *Violin Concerto (1998/IV/26’)

Golob Jani (Slove) : Violin Concerto (1998/III/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Schmidt-Kowalski Thomas (Ger) : *Violin Concerto n°2 in B minor [in the old style of c. 1840-70] (2005/II/27’)

Actor Lee (USA) : *Violin Concerto (2006/III/32’)

Leshnoff Jonathan (USA) : Violin Concerto (2007/III/25’)

Lee Thomas Oboe (Chi/USA) : Violin Concerto (2009/II/26’)

Balci Oguzhan (Balcı Oğuzhan) (Tur) : Violin Concerto in D major (2010/III/27’)



VIII- WORKS FOR CELLO AND ORCHESTRA


Saint-Saens (Saint-Saëns) Camille (Fra) : +Cello Concerto n°1 (1872/II/19’)

Lalo Edouard (Fra) : *Cello Concerto in D minor (1877/II/23’)

Faure (Fauré) Gabriel (Fra) : Elegy for Cello and orchestra (1880/I/8’)

Bruch Max (Ger) : *Kol Nidrei for Cello and orchestra (1881/II/11’)

Herbert Victor (USA) : *Cello Concerto n°1 (1884/II/27’)

Dvorak (Dvořák) Antonin (Cze) : Rondo for Cello and orchestra (1893/I/6’)

Herbert Victor (USA) : +Cello Concerto n°2 in E minor (1894/II/24’)

Dvorak (Dvořák) Antonin (Cze) : +Cello Concerto n°2 in B minor (1895/II/42’)

Massenet Jules (Fra) : Fantasy for Cello and orchestra (1897/II/17’)

d’Erlanger Frederic (Frédéric) (Fra/UK) : Symphonic Andante for Cello and orchestra (1904/II/12’)

Usandizaga Jose Maria (José María) (Bas/Spa) : Fantasy for Cello and orchestra (1908/II/14’)

Biarent Adolphe (Bel) : Le Réveil d’un dieu, after José-Maria de Heredia’s Poem, for Cello and orchestra (1909/II/8’)

Holst Gustav (UK) : Invocation for Cello and orchestra (1911/II/10’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : « Schelomo » Hebraic Rhapsody for Cello and orchestra (1916/III/23’)

Hindemith Paul (Ger) : Cello Concerto n°1 in E flat major, op. 3 (1916/III/25’)

McEwen John Blackwood (UK) : Hills o’Heather for Cello and orchestra (1918/II/10’)

Kapp Artur (Est) : Prelude for Cello and orchestra (1918/II/9’)

Elgar Edward (UK) : +Cello Concerto in E minor (1919/III/30’)

Respighi Ottorino (Ita) : Adagio e variazioni for cello and orchestra (orig. slow movement of a Cello Concerto, 1902 ; re-orch. 1921/II/13’)

Atterberg Kurt (Swe) : Cello Concerto in C minor (1922/II/33’)

Bosmans Henriette (Henriëtte) (Net) : *Poem for Cello and orchestra (1923/II/14’)

Bloch Ernest (Swi/USA) : Cinq Pièces hébraïques/Five Hebraic Pieces, orchestrated for Cello and orchestra [contains : Prayer ; Jewish song ; Nigun ; Supplication ; Méditation hébraïque] (1924/II/22’)

d’Erlanger Frederic (Frédéric) (Fra/UK) : Ballade for Cello and orchestra (1926/II/12’)

Suchon (Suchoň) Eugen (Slova) : Nocturne for Cello and orchestra (1927/II/15’)

Maklakiewicz Jan Adam (Pol) : Cello Concerto on Gregorian Themes (1929/III/27’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Cras Jean (Fra) : Legend for Cello and orchestra (1929/II/14’)

Jacobi Frederick (USA) : *Cello Concerto « Three Psalms » (1932/II/17’)

Howells Herbert (UK) : Cello Concerto (1937/III/36’)

Ivanovs Janis (Jānis) (Lat) : Cello Concerto (1938 ; rev. 1945/II/20’)

Burkhard Willy (Swi) : Concertino for Cello and string orchestra (1940/II/18’)

Otaka Hisatada (Jap) : *Cello Concerto (1943/III/39’)

Bush Geoffrey (UK) : Sinfonietta Concertante for Cello and orchestra (1943/II/17’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kunc Ayme (Aymé) (Fra) : Poem for Cello and orchestra (1943/II/19’). CD not available.

Myaskovsky Nikolai (Rus) : Cello Concerto in C minor (1944/III/27’)

Barber Samuel (USA) : *Cello Concerto (1945/III/29’)

Korngold Erich Wolfgang (Aut/USA) : Cello Concerto « Deception », arr. from the film music Deception (1946/II/12’)

Kabalevski Dmitri (Rus) : Cello Concerto n°1 in G minor (1949/II/17’)

Weiner Leo (Leó) (Hun) : Romance for Cello, Strings and Harp (orig. for cello and piano 1921 ; orch. 1949/II/10’)

Bacewicz Grazyna (Grażyna) (Pol) : Cello Concerto n°1 (1951/III/22’)

Schmitt Florent (Fra) : Introït, récit et congé for Cello and orchestra (1952/IV/13’)

Skerjanc (Škerjanc) Lucijan (Slove) : Five Lyrical Melodies for Cello and Chamber orchestra (1953/II/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Finzi Gerald (UK) : +Cello Concerto in A minor (1955/III/39’)

Sutermeister Heinrich (Swi) : *Cello Concerto n°1 (1955/IV/27’)

Walton William (UK) : +Cello Concerto (1957/IV/30’)

Stoyanov Vesselin (Veselin) (Bul) : Cello Concerto (1960/II/25’). CD not available.

Vlasov Vladimir (Rus) : Cello Concerto n°1 in C major (1963/III/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kabalevski Dmitri (Rus) : Cello Concerto n°2 in C minor (1964/III/30’)

Khrennikov Tikhon (Rus) : Cello Concerto n°1 in C major (1964/III/18’)

Linde Bo (Swe) : *Cello Concerto (1965/III/29’)

Soukup Vladimir (Vladimír) (Cze) : Cello Concerto (1972/III/21’). CD not available.

Watkins Michael Blake (UK) : Cello Concerto (c. 1975/IV/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Ledenyov (Ledeniov/Ledenev) Roman (Rus) : Concerto-Elegy for Cello and orchestra (1980/III/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Moss Piotr (Pol) : Elegia in Memoriam Alexander Tansman for Cello and Strings (1986/IV/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Hsiao Tyzen (Tai) : *Cello Concerto (1990/II/26’)

Whettam Graham (UK) : Ballade hébraïque for Cello (or Violin or Viola) and orchestra (orig. with piano 1981 ; orch. 1994/III/12’). CD not available.

Schmidt Heather (Can) : Cello Concerto (1998/III/30’)

Schmidt-Kowalski Thomas (Ger) : *Cello Concerto in A minor [in the old style of c. 1840-70] (2002/II/34’)

Connesson Guillaume (Fra) : Cello Concerto (2008/III/28’)




IX- CONCERTANTE WORKS FOR OTHER INSTRUMENTS OR SEVERAL INSTRUMENTS (the solo voice is considered as a second "instrument") 

Some works can not be entitled "concerto".


Andersen Joachim (Den) : Ballade and Dance of the Sylphs for Flute and orchestra, op. 5 (c. 1870 ?/I/11’)

Chausson Ernest (Fra) : Concert for Piano, Violin and string quartet (or string orchestra) (1891/III/40’)

Renie (Renié) Henriette (Fra) : *Concerto for Harp and orchestra (1901/II/20’)

Chaminade Cecile (Cécile) (Fra) : +Concertino for Flute and orchestra (1902/II/9’)

Parker Horatio (USA) : *Organ Concerto (1902/II/23’)

Suk Josef (Cze) : Elegy for Violin, Cello, string quartet, Harmonium and Harp (1902/I/6’)

Debussy Claude (Fra) : Sacred and Profane Dances for Harp and string orchestra (1904/II/9’)

Mouquet Jules (Fra) : +Flute Concerto « La Flûte de Pan » (1906/II/15’)

Bruch Max (Ger) : Double Concerto for Violin, Viola and orchestra (1911/II/18’)

Atterberg Kurt (Swe) : Suite n°3 for Violin, Viola and Strings (1917/II/11’)

Hue (Hüe) Georges (Fra) : Fantasy for Flute and orchestra (orig. for flute and piano 1913 ; orch. 1923/II/8’)

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : +Symphony Concertante for Organ and orchestra (1926/III/34’)

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : Hymn for Organ and Strings (1926/II/10’)

Tailleferre Germaine (Fra) : *Concertino for Harp and orchestra (1928/II/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Kassern Tadeusz (Pol) : Concerto for Soprano and orchestra (1928/III/25’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Maklakiewicz Jan Adam (Pol) : Concertino quasi una fantasia for Piano, Mezzo-soprano coloratura and orchestra (1929/IV/18’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Berezowsky Nicolai (Rus/USA) : Fantasy for Two Pianos and orchestra (1931/III/11’)

Poulenc Francis (Fra) : +Concerto for Two Pianos and orchestra (1932/II/20’)

Smit Leo (Net) : Concertino for Harp and orchestra (1933/III/17’)

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : Concerto for Piano, Trumpet and Strings (Piano Concerto n°1) (1933/III/20’)

Harty Hamilton (UK) : In Ireland, fantasy for Flute, Harp and orchestra (orig. for flute and piano 1918 ; orch. 1935/III/9’)

Benjamin Arthur (Aus/UK) : Romantic Fantasy (Double Concerto) for Violin, Viola and orchestra (1935/III/20’)

Fischer Ernst (Ger) : Zwei Klaviere plaudern/Dialogues for Two Pianos (and orchestra), suite in three movements (orig. for two pianos without orchestra 1935 ; orch. ?/II/11’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Poulenc Francis (Fra) : +Concerto for Organ, string orchestra and Timpani (1938/II/23’)

Gliere (Glière) Reinhold (Rus) : +Concerto for Harp and orchestra (1938/II/27’)

Rodrigo Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : +Concerto d’Aranjuez, for Guitar and orchestra (1939/II/23’)

Copland Aaron (USA) : *Quiet City for Trumpet, English Horn and string orchestra, based on the incidental music to Irwin Shaw’s play (1940/III/11’)

Benjamin Arthur (Aus/UK) : Concerto for Oboe and Strings on Themes by Domenico Cimarosa [often attributed to Cimarosa] (1942/I/11’)

Shilkret Nathaniel (USA) : Trombone Concerto [choose a performance before 1950] (1942/II/20’)

Vaughan Williams Ralph (UK) : *Concerto for Oboe and Strings (1944/II/20’)

Peeters Flor (Bel) : +Concerto for Organ and orchestra (1944/III/43’)

Jongen Joseph (Bel) : Concerto for Harp and orchestra (1944/II/21’)

Persichetti Vincent (USA) : The Hollow Men for Trumpet and string orchestra (1946/III/8’)

Gillis Don (USA) : *Rhapsody for Harp and orchestra (1946/II/15’)

Waxman Franz (Ger/USA) : Tristan and Isolde Fantasy for Violin, Piano and orchestra, arr. from Richard Wagner’s opera, 1865 (1946/II/11’)

Peskin Vladimir (Rus) : Concerto for Trumpet and orchestra n°1 in C minor (1948/II/19’)

Tomasi Henri (Fra) : Concerto for Trumpet and orchestra (1949/III/15’)

Finzi Gerald (UK) : Concerto for Clarinet and string orchestra (1949/II/28’)

Arutiunian (Arutunian) Alexander (Arm) : Concerto for Trumpet and orchestra (1950/III/18’)

Andriessen Hendrik (Net) : Concerto for Organ and orchestra (1950/III/15’)

Spisak Michal (Michał) (Pol) : Divertimento for Two Pianos and orchestra (1950/III/19’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Otaka Hisatada (Jap) : Concerto for Flute and orchestra (1951/II/14’)

Spivakovsky Michael (USA) : Concerto for Harmonica and orchestra (1951/II/15’)

Veale John (UK) : Elegy for Flute, Harp and Strings (1951/III/9’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Dohnanyi (Dohnányi) Ernst von (Hun) : *Concertino for Harp and Chamber orchestra (1952/II/16’)

Bacarisse Salvador (Spa) : Concertino for Guitar and orchestra in A minor (1952/I/21’)

Villa-Lobos Heitor (Bra) : Concerto for Harp and orchestra (1953/III/28’)

Veale John (UK) : Concerto for Clarinet and orchestra (1953/III/15’)

Vasilenko Sergei (Rus) : *In Spring/Springtime, suite for Flute and Small orchestra (1954/II/16’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Kos-Anatolsky Anatoly (Ukr) : Concerto for Harp and orchestra in F minor (1954/II/22’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Skerjanc (Škerjanc) Lucijan (Slove) : Concerto for Harp and Chamber orchestra (1954/III/16’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Pakhmutova Aleksandra (Rus) : Concerto for Trumpet and orchestra in E flat minor (1955/II/15’)

Villa-Lobos Heitor (Bra) : Concerto for Harmonica and orchestra (1955/III/20’)

Schmitt Florent (Fra) : Suite in Three Parts for Trumpet and orchestra (1955/III/10’)

Albeniz (Albéniz) Isaac (Spa)/arr. and orch. Jack Marshall : La Vega, for Guitar and orchestra [from Alhambra, suite for piano] (orig. for piano 1897 ; arr. and orch. c. 1955/II/14’)

Gomezanda Antonio (Mex) : Lagos, symphonic poem for Cello, Piano and orchestra (1956/III/20’)

Gnattali Radames (Radamés) (Bra) : Concerto for Harp and string orchestra (1957/II/25’)

McPhee Colin (USA) : Concerto for Wind orchestra [with piano] (1959/III/14’)

Norton Spencer (USA) : Partita for Two Solo Pianos and orchestra (1959/III/22’)

Moody James (UK) : Toledo, spanish fantasy for Harmonica and orchestra (1960/I/7’)

Moody James (UK) : Little Suite for Harmonica and orchestra (1960/II/12’)

MacDonald Malcolm (UK) : Cuban Rondo for Clarinet and orchestra (1960/I/6’)

Camilleri Charles (Mal) : Summer Nights in Malta, concertino for Two Pianos and string orchestra (1960 ; rev. 1998/II/13’)

Wiener Jean (Fra) : Concerto for Accordion and orchestra (1962/II/15’)

Arnold Malcolm (UK) : Concerto for Two Violins and string orchestra (1962/III/15’)

Williams Grace Mary (UK) : Concerto for Trumpet and orchestra (1963/III/13’)

Matz Rudolf (Cro) : Concerto for Flute and Strings and E minor (1965/II/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Planel Robert (Fra) : Concerto for Trumpet and string orchestra (1966/II/18’)

Eshpai Andrei (Rus) : *Concerto grosso for orchestra, Trumpet, Piano, Vibraphone and Double Bass (1966/IV/13’)

Gillis Don (USA) : *Rhapsody for Trumpet and orchestra (1969/II/18’)

Arnold Malcolm (UK) : Concerto for Two Pianos (Three Hands) and orchestra (1969/III/14’)

Genzmer Harald (Ger) : Concerto for Organ and orchestra (1970/III/24’)

Suchon (Suchoň) Eugen (Slova) : Symphonic Fantasy on BACH for Organ, string orchestra and Percussion (1971/IV/26’)

Langlais Jean (Fra) : Concerto n°3 « Réaction » for Organ, string orchestra and Timpani (1971/III/23’)

Hovhaness Alan (USA) : Concerto for Harp and string orchestra (1972/II/18’)

Saint-Preux Pierre (Fra) : various concertante works [Concerto pour une voix, for Soprano and orchestra, 1969 ; Adagio, for Cello and orchestra, 1974 ; Nocturne, for Piano and orchestra, 1974 ; Credo, for violin and orchestra, 1975 ; Concerto for piano in A flat major, 1977 ; Piano Concerto in G minor « Il y a sur la Terre », 1991 ; Aria de Syrna, for Piano and orchestra, 1991 ; Violin Concerto in C minor « Sur les ailes du temps », 1994 ; La Tourmente, allegro for Piano and orchestra, 1994, etc.] (from 1969 to 1994/I/4’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 3’ ; 5’ ; 6’ ; 3’ ; 7’ ; 3’)

Sulek (Šulek) Stjepan (Cro) : Concerto for Organ and orchestra « Memento » (1974/IV/29’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Gerber Rene (René) (Swi) : Concerto for English Horn and orchestra (1976/II/22’)

Rota Nino (Ita) : Concerto for Bassoon and orchestra (1977/II/17’)

Bourgeois Derek (UK) : Concerto for Three Trombones, Strings and Percussion (1977/III/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Carmichael John (Aus) : Phœnix Concerto for Flute and orchestra (1980/II/16’)

Rozsa Miklos (Rózsa Miklós) (Hun/USA) : New England Concerto for Two Pianos and orchestra, arr. from two film musics (1984/III/15’)

Blake Howard (UK) : Concerto for Clarinet and orchestra (1984/II/22’)

Abril Anton Garcia (Antón García) (Spa) : Concierto Mudéjar/Concerto Mudejar for Guitar and string orchestra (1986/II/24’)

Perry William P. (USA) : Concerto for Trumpet and orchestra (1986/II/14’)

Malecki (Małecki) Maciej (Pol) : Concertino in the Old Style for Two Harps and Strings (1988/II/13’)

Bourgeois Derek (UK) : Concerto for Trombone and orchestra (1988/III/20’)

Gagnon Andre (André) (Que) : various piano concertante works [in particular : Adagio for Cello, Piano and Strings, 1994 ; Elegy for Viola, Piano and Strings, 2001] (from 1990 to 2011/I/6’ ; 7’)

Kuan Nai-Chung (Chi) : Bangdi Concerto (Concerto for Flute and orchestra) (199?/II/30’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Laurin Rachel (Can) : Concerto in G for Marimba/Vibraphone and string orchestra (1992/II/23’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Escaich Thierry (Fra) : Concerto for Organ and orchestra n°1 (1995/III/28’)

Brody Jeffrey (USA) : Concerto for Organ and orchestra (1995/IV/40’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Pascal Claude (Fra) : Concerto for Flute and string orchestra (1996/II/14’)

Breiner Peter (Slova)/The BeatlesBeatles Concerto grosso n°2 in the Style of Vivaldi [arr. from five Beatles’songs] (2001/I/14’)

Murphy Kelly-Marie (Can) : *Concerto for Harp and orchestra « And Then At Night I Paint the Stars » (2002/IV/20’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Aubin Francine (Fra) : Concerto for Alto Saxophone and orchestra (2003/II/23’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Stamm Hans-Andre (Hans-André) (Ger) : Concerto for Organ and orchestra (2005/II/24’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube. 

Bacri Nicolas (Fra) : Quasi una fantasia, for Three Violins and orchestra (2010/IV/12’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Laurin Rachel (Can) : Concerto in D for Organ, string orchestra and Timpani (2011/II/29’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Navarro Oscar (Óscar) (Spa) : Concerto n°2 for Clarinet and Symphony orchestra (2012/II/16’)

Kruglik Vyacheslav (Rus) : Concerto for Trumpet and string orchestra (2014/III/22’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.




X- MOVIES/DOCUMENTARIES SOUNDTRACKS (are listed in other categories the works for soloist and orchestra)  


Halffter Ernesto (Spa) : *Carmen, silent film (1926/III/67’)

Newman Alfred (USA) : Street Scene, from the film music Street Scene (1931/II/4’)

Bliss Arthur (UK) : +Things to Come, concert suite from the film music (1934/III/15’)

Walton William (UK) : Escape Me Never, suite from the film music (1935/II/11’)

Tiomkin Dimitri (Ukr/USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : Lost Horizon, suite from the film music (1937/III/23’)

Korngold Erich Wofgang (Aut/USA) : +The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938/III/77’)

Steiner Max (Aut/USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : Dodge city, suite from the film music (1939/I/8’)

Steiner Max (Aut/USA) : +Gone With the Wind [the performance conducted by Charles Gerhardt is excellent] (1939/II/40’)

Newman Alfred (USA) : +Wuthering Heights, film music ; also one-movement suite arr. by Fred Steiner (1939/II/39’ or 13’)

Korngold Erich Wolfgang (Aut/USA) : « The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex » Overture, arr. from the film music (1939/II/7’)

Waxman Franz (Ger/USA) : +Rebecca (1940/II/65’)

Rozsa Miklos (Rózsa Miklós) (Hun/USA) : +The Thief of Bagdad [with vocal soloists and choir] (1940/II/44’)

Korngold Erich Wofgang (Aut/USA) : The Sea Hawk (1940/III/73’)

Herrmann Bernard (USA) : +Citizen Kane, two suites (1941/III/13’; 14’)

Walton William (UK) : *Spitfire : Prelude and Fugue, concert suite arr. from the film music The First of the Few (1942/III/9’)

Kosma Joseph (Fra) : « Baptiste » Ballet, from the film music Children of Paradise (1942/II/15’)

Steiner Max (Aut/USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : Now Voyager, suite from the film music (1942/II/9’)

Young Victor (USA) : *For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943/II/32’)

Newman Alfred (USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : The Song of Bernadette, suite from the film music (1943/II/8’)

Korngold Erich Wolfgang (Aut/USA) : « The Constant Nymph » Overture, arr. from the film music (1943/II/8’)

Turina Joaquin (Joaquín) (Spa) : Primavera Sevillana, documentary music (1943/III/13’)

Prokofiev Sergei (Rus) : Ivan the Terrible [highlights] (1944/III/around 54’)

Steiner Max (Aut/USA) : Since You Went Away, suite from the film music (1944/II/10’)

Herrmann Bernard (USA) : Jane Eyre, suite from the film music (1944/III/13’)

Auric Georges (Fra) : +Beauty and the Beast (1945/III/65’)

Korngold Erich Wolfgang (Aut/USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : Of Human Bondage, suite from the film music (1946/II/12’)

Steiner Max (Aut/USA)/reconstructed by John Morgan : A Stolen Life, suite from the film music (1946/II/26’)

Herrmann Bernard (USA) : +The Ghost and Mrs Muir (1947/II/42’)

Newman Alfred (USA) : *Captain from Castile, concert suite from the film music (1947/II/18’)

Alwyn William (UK)/arr. Christopher Palmer : *Odd Man Out, one-movement suite (1947/III/26’)

Bax Arnold (UK) : *Oliver Twist (1948/III/60’)

Lambert Constant (UK) : Anna Karenina, suite from the film music (1948/II/12’)

Steiner Max (Aut/USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : Adventures of Don Juan, suite from the film music (1948/II/9’)

Walton William (UK) : Hamlet, suite from the film music (1948/II/16’)

Steiner Max (Aut/USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : Johnny Belinda, suite from the film music (1948/I/5’)

Easdale Brian (UK) : +« The Red Shoes » Ballet, from the film music (1948/III/15’)

Young Victor (USA) : Samson and Delilah (1949/II/23’)

Rozsa Miklos (Rózsa Miklós) (Hun/USA) : Madame Bovary (1949/II/40’)

Waxman Franz (Ger/USA) : *Dusk, a Setting for orchestra, from the film music Night Unto Night (1949/II/10’)

Waxman Franz (Ger/USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : Sunset Boulevard, suite from the film music (1950/II/8’)

North Alex (USA) : +A Streetcar named Desire [the original score is conducted by Ray Heindorf] (1951/III/25’)

Stevens Leith (USA) : When Worlds Collide (1951/III/38’)

Waxman Franz (Ger/USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : A Place in the Sun, suite from the film music (1951/II/8’)

Alwyn William (UK)/arr. Philip Lane : « The Crimson Pirate » Overture, arr. from the film music (1951/II/7’)

Young Victor (USA) : The Quiet Man [contains The Isle of Innistree (1949) by Richard Farelly] (1952/II/39’)

Rozsa Miklos (Rózsa Miklós) (Hun/USA) : Young Bess, suite from the film music (1953/II/11’)

Young Victor (USA) : Johnny Guitar [highlights] (1954/II/around 25’)

Waxman Franz (Ger/USA)/arr. Charles Gerhardt : Prince Valiant, suite from the film music (1954/II/10’)

Bernstein Leonard (USA) : *On the Waterfront, symphonic suite from the film music (1954/III/20’)

Shostakovich Dmitri (Chostakovitch Dimitri) (Rus) : +The Gadfly, suite (1955/II/32’)

Rosenman Leonard (USA) : Rebel Without a Cause (1955/IV/47’)

Herrmann Bernard (USA) : The Kentuckian, suite from the film music (1955/II/19’)

Sainton Philip (UK) : *Moby Dick (1956/III/63’)

Bernstein Elmer (USA) : +The Ten Commandments (1956/II/48’)

Raksin David (USA) : Hilda Crane (1956/II/31’)

Dragon Carmen (USA) : Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956/IV/52’)

Bradley Scott (USA) : Blue Cat Blues [Tom and Jerry’s soundtrack] (1956/II/7’)

Previn Andre (André) (USA) : Ring Around the Rosy, ballet music from « Invitation to the Dance » (1956/II/19’)

Arnold Malcolm (UK) : The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957/III/35’)

Moross Jerome (USA) : +The Big Country (1958/III/55’)     

Bernstein Elmer (USA) : Some Came Running (1958/III/37’)

Puccini Giacomo (Ita)/transcription for orchestra by André Kostelanetz : La Bohème, opera without words [it is arranged as a soundtrack of the golden age of Hollywood] (1895 ; arr. 1958/II/42’)

Parker Clifton (UK) : A Caribbean Rhapsody, arr. from the film music Virgin Island (1958/II/9’)

Rozsa Miklos (Rózsa Miklós) (Hun/USA) : +Ben-Hur [with choir] (1959/II/45’)

Gershwin George (USA)/arr. André Previn : +Porgy and Bess, film music [with vocal soloists] (1959/II/55’)

North Alex (USA) : The Wonderful Country (1959/III/40’)

North Alex (USA) : The Sound and the Fury (1959/III/41’)

Kaper Bronislaw (Bronisław) (Pol/USA) : Green Mansions, suite (1959/III/9’). CD not available. Can be listened on YouTube.

Herrmann Bernard (USA) : +Psycho [for Strings] (1960/IV/57’)

Tiomkin Dimitri (Ukr/USA) : The Alamo [with vocal soloists and choir] (1960/II/42’)

Rozsa Miklos (Rózsa Miklós) (Hun/USA) : *El Cid (1961/II/50’)

Frankel Benjamin (UK) : The Curse of the Werewolf (1961/IV/34’)

Bernstein Leonard (USA)/orch. Sid Ramin, Irwin Kostal and Leonard Bernstein : +West Side Story [with vocal soloists] (orig. musical comedy 1957 ; film 1961/II/50’) [it also exists Symphonic Dances from « West Side Story », 1961]

Skinner Frank (USA) : Back Street (1961/II/40’)

North Alex (USA) : The Misfits (1961/III/48’)

Herrmann Bernard (USA) : Cape Fear (1962/IV/43’)

Goldsmith Jerry (USA) : Freud, the Secret Passion (1962/IV/47’)

Kaper Bronislaw (Bronisław) (Pol/USA) : Mutiny on the Bounty (1962/III/27’)

Previn Andre (André) (USA) : The Four Horsemen of Apocalypse (1962/IV/35’)

Waxman Franz (Ger/USA) : Taras Bulba, suite from the film music (1962/III/19’)

Young Victor (USA) : Scaramouche, suite from the film music (1963/II/19’)

Herrmann Bernard (USA) : Marnie, suite from the film music (1964/III/10’)

Newman Alfred (USA) : *The Greatest Story Ever Told [with choir] (1965/III/36’)

Duhamel Antoine (Fra) : *Pierrot le Fou, four pieces for 2 Flutes, Clarinet, Piano and string orchestra (1965/IV/23’)

Bernstein Elmer (USA) : +Return of the Seven (1966/III/36’)

Goldsmith Jerry (USA) : *The Sand Pebbles (1966/III/35’)

Rosenman Leonard (USA) : Fantastic Voyage (1966/IV/47’)

Goldsmith Jerry (USA) : +Planet of the Apes (1968/IV/40’)

Goodwin Ron (USA) : Where Eagles Dare, main theme (1968/II/3’)

Fielding Jerry (USA) : The Wild Bunch (1969/IV/33’)

Walton William (UK) : *Battle of Britain, concert suite from the film music (1969/III/12’)

Freebairn-Smith Ian (USA) : Alessandro Marcello’s Andante, from the Concerto for Oboe, Strings and basso continuo in D minor, arranged for Guitar and Strings, from the film The Strawberry Statement (c. 1710 ; arr. 1970/I/5’)

Rozsa Miklos (Rózsa Miklós) (Hun/USA) : The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, suite from the film music (1970/II/9’)

Morricone Ennio (Ita) : music for Sergio Leone’s western films [highlights] (1964-1971/I/around 80’)

Goldsmith Jerry : +Papillon (1973/III/43’)

Williams John (USA) : *Jaws (1975/III/35’)

Goldsmith Jerry (USA) : The Omen [with choir] (1976/III/40’)

Williams John (USA) : The Fury (1978/II/43’)

Williams John (USA) : Jaws II (1978/III/41’)

Williams John (USA) : Superman, the Film [highlights] (1978/II/around 50’)

Goldsmith Jerry (USA) : Alien (1979/IV/35’)

Williams John (USA) : Dracula (1979/II/36’)

Hartmann Thomas de (Ukr)/orch. Laurence Rosenthal & Alain Kremski : Meetings with Remarkable Men (orig. for piano 1917-29 ; orch. 1979/III/43’)

Wilkins Rick (Can) & Wannberg Ken (USA) with Blake Howard (UK) : The Changeling [complete score] (1980/III/73’)

Poledouris Basil (USA) : +Conan the Barbarian [with choir] (1981/III/49’)

Sarde Philippe (Fra) : La Guerre du Feu/Quest for Fire [with instrumental soloists and choir] (1981/IV/50’)

Goldsmith Jerry (USA) : Masada (1981/III/38’)

Williams John (USA) : +E.T. (1982/II/41’)

Scott John (UK) : Greystoke, the Legend of Tarzan (1984/III/40’)

Barry John (UK) : music for the James Bond’s films [highlights] (1962-1985/I/around 60’)

Sarde Philippe (Fra) : Rendez-vous, suite from the film music (1985/II/8’)

Silvestri Alan (USA) : *Predator (1988/III/50’)

Davis Carl (USA) : Ben-Hur, silent film (1989/III/72’)

Shore Howard (USA) : The Silence of the Lambs (1990/IV/40’)

Goldenthal Elliot (USA) : *Alien III (1992/IV/50’)

Barry John (UK) : Indecent Proposal (1993/II/25’)

Lliboutry Olivier (Fra) : Marie de Nazareth [with traditional instruments, vocal soloists and choir] (1994/III/62’)

Doyle Patrick (UK) : Sense and Sensibility (1995/III/43’)

Arnold David (USA) : *Independence Day (1996/III/50’)

Doyle Patrick (UK) : Hamlet (1996/III/76’)

Frizzell John (USA) : Alien Resurrection (1997/V/44’)

Goldenthal Elliot (USA) : *Final Fantasy (2001/IV/45’) 

Shore Howard (USA) : The Lord of the Rings, trilogy [with vocal soloists and choir] (2003/III/73’)

Williams John (USA) : +Star Wars [highlights] (1977-2015/III/around 230’)




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