Vyacheslav Artyomov - Works

Works

  • Symphony of the Way (tetralogy):
Way to Olympus, a symphony 1978-1984
On the Threshold of a Bright World,a symphony 1990,2002
Gentle Emanation,a symphony 1991, 2008
The Morning Star Arises,a symphony 1993
  • Requiem, 1985–1988;
  • The Star of Exodus:
In Memoriam,a symphony with violin solo 1968,1984
In Spe,a symphony with violin and cello solos 1995-2012
  • Gurian Hymn, 1986
  • A Symphony of Elegies, 1977;
  • A Garland of Recitations, 1975–1981
  • Tristia I, 1983
  • Pietà, 1992, 1996
  • Tristia II, 1997, 1998, rev.2011
  • Latin Hymns:
Miserere mei, 2003
Ave,Maria, 1989
Salve, Regina, 2003
Ave,Maris stella, 2003
  • Star Wind, 1981;
  • Hymns of Sudden Wafts, 1983
  • Incantations, 1981
  • Moonlight Dreams, 1982
  • Ave, crux alba

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