Anatol Lyadov

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Anatol Konstantinovich Lyadov (the last name is often spelled "Liadov") was the son and grandson of noted conductors who led musical ensembles at the Mariinsky Theater and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic,…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Musical Snuffbox, for piano (or orchestra), Op. 32 1893 Orchestral Keyboard
Enchanted Lake, for orchestra, Op. 62 1909 Orchestral
Kikimora for orchestra, Op. 63 1910 Orchestral
Russian Folksongs (8) for orchestra, Op. 58 1906 Orchestral
Baba-Yaga, for orchestra, Op. 56 1905 Orchestral
Barcarolle for piano in F sharp major, Op. 44 1898 Keyboard
Slavleniye (Les Fanfares), for orchestra (for Rimsky-Korsakov's jubilee) 1890 Orchestral
Paraphrases (24 Variations and 15 Petite Pieces) for piano ("Chopsticks," "Tati-Tati") Keyboard
Pieces (3) for piano, Op. 57 1900 Keyboard
From the Apocalypse, symphonic picture for orchestra, Op. 66 1925 Orchestral
Pieces (3) for piano, Op. 11 1886 Keyboard
Polonaise for orchestra in C major, Op. 49 1899 Orchestral
About Olden Times (Pro Slarinu), ballade for orchestra in D major, Op. 21b 1906 Orchestral
Preludes (4), for piano, Op. 46 1899 Keyboard
Variations on a Polish Folk Theme, for piano in A flat major, Op. 51 1901 Keyboard
Arrangements (10) from the Obikhod, for chorus, Op. 61 1909 Choral
Prelude for piano in B minor, Op. 11/1 1886 Keyboard
Pieces (4) for piano, Op. 64 1909 Keyboard
Bagatelle for piano in D flat major No. 3, Op. 30 1889 Keyboard
Preludes (4) for piano, Op. 39 1895 Keyboard
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