Alexander Borodin

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Borodin was a late Romantic Russian nationalist composer involved with the so-called "Mighty Handful" and who spent many years laboring on his compositions.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Prince Igor, opera (completed by Rimsky-Korsakov & Glazunov) 1869 Opera
String Quartet No. 2 in D major 1881 Chamber Music
In the Steppes of Central Asia (V sredney Azii), musical picture for orchestra 1880 Orchestral
Symphony No. 2 in B minor 1869 Symphony
String Quartet No. 1 in A major 1874 Chamber Music
Nocturne for string orchestra (arranged by Malcolm Sargent from String Quartet No. 2) 1881 Orchestral
Petite Suite for piano 1885 Keyboard
Symphony No. 1 in E flat major 1862 Symphony
Symphony No. 3 in A minor (completed by Glazunov) 1882 Symphony
For the Shores of Thy Far Native Land (Dlya beregov otchiznï dal'noy), song for voice & piano 1881 Vocal Music
Scherzo for piano in A flat major 1885 Keyboard
Spanish Serenade for string quartet (for the collaborative String Quartet "B-La-F" with Rimsky-Korsakov, Glazunov, Lyadov) 1886 Chamber Music
Piano Quintet in C minor 1862 Chamber Music
Paraphrases (24 Variations and 15 Petite Pieces) for piano ("Chopsticks," "Tati-Tati") Keyboard
Petite Suite for orchestra (orchestrated by Glazunov) 1885 Orchestral
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Piano Trio in D major (3 movements only) 1860 Chamber Music
Song of the Dark Forest (Pesnya tyomnogo lesa), for voice & piano 1867 Vocal Music
String Sextet in D minor (3rd & 4th movements lost) 1860 Chamber Music
Sonata for cello & piano in B minor 1860 Chamber Music
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