Rodion Shchedrin

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Shchedrin is one of the most prominent figures in Soviet and post-Soviet music to follow Dmitry Shostakovich.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Concerto for Orchestra No. 1 ("Naughty Limericks") 1963 08:34 Orchestral
Polyphonic Notebook, 25 polyphonic preludes for piano, Op. 50 1972 53:15 Keyboard
Carmen, ballet for strings & percussion (after Bizet) 1968 39:33 Ballet
In the Style of Albéniz for piano (or various arrangements) 1952 03:47 Keyboard
Anna Karenina, ballet 1971 37:09 Ballet
Humoresque for piano 1959 02:22 Keyboard
Prelude for piano No. 16 (Basso Ostinato) 04:05 Keyboard
Prelude & fugue for piano No. 18 in F minor 03:35 Keyboard
Sealed Angel 1988 01:00:42 Choral
Symphony No. 2 (25 Preludes for orchestra) 1965 55:25 Symphony
Piano Concerto No. 2 1966 21:55 Concerto
Prelude & Fugue for piano No.12 in G sharp minor 04:32 Keyboard
Mischievous Folk Ditties 08:02 Orchestral
Dead Souls, opera 1976 02:05:17 Opera
Prelude & Fugue for piano No.10 in C sharp minor 05:08 Keyboard
Humoresque, for violin & piano 02:09 Chamber Music
Carmen-Suite (based on themes of Georges Bizet) 43:41 Orchestral
Toccata "Collage" 01:24 Keyboard
Prelude for piano No. 17 (Perpetual Canon) 02:35 Keyboard
Prelude for piano No. 21 (Passacaglia) 03:03 Keyboard
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