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Vladimir Rebikov (1866-1920)

Vladimir Rebikov, composerVladimir Rebikov is a founding figure among modern Russian musicians and a pioneer in the use of the whole-tone scale. He studied piano with his mother, and completed a course in linguistics before entering the Moscow Conservatory; there he studied music theory with Nikolai Klenovsky, a student of Tchaikovsky. Despite Rebikov's reputation as a composer of piano miniatures, musical theater would prove the all-consuming passion of his life; in fact, his compositional career began with his opera In the Storm in Odessa in 1894. In Odessa, Rebikov began to teach, and he is known to have taught at the Philharmonic School in Moscow, Kiev, and Kishinev by 1898. In 1898 - 1901 he traveled to Vienna and Berlin, bringing him into contact with music outside of Moscow, resulting in a crisis of confidence in his own work. Rebikov felt that his music leaned far too heavily on salon tastes and the short pieces of Grieg and Tchaikovsky. Determined to make his own way, Rebikov willfully ignored the music of his contemporaries and strove to re-invent the whole idea of musical theater. Rebikov's first major stride towards this end was Mélomimiques, op. 11 [not op. 10] (1898), a series of short pieces scored for piano. "Melomimics" are somewhat similar to eurhythmy, except that they have nothing to do with dance. Rebikov prefaces each mini-drama with a brief scenario that is silently "enacted" to the music itself. Within the melomimic suite Les Rêves/Dreams (1899) Rebikov includes the piece Les demons s'amusent, entirely written in the whole-tone scale. Throughout the next several years Rebikov would expand his harmonic palette to include seventh and ninth chords, unresolved cadences, polytonality, and harmony based upon open fourths and fifths. Yet Rebikov never strayed from within the boundaries of tonality, and did not seek to experiment with atonality. Rebikov's new style did win some recognition, including a vote of confidence from Grieg, although most of this encouragement came from outside Russia, where Rebikov's work was received with confusion and contempt. In Moscow from 1901-04 he ran the first composer controlled record label, issuing primitive phonograph records of singers from the Moscow Opera performing his own works and those of others. Rebikov's best-known work in Russia, Yolka/The Christmas Tree (1901), makes use of another new technique, "melodeclamation," a type of rhythmic vocal writing that bears a resemblance to Sprechstimme. Rebikov settled in Yalta in 1909, and in his last years attempted to expand his dramatic concepts out of the melomimic miniatures and into something more substantive. His final theatrical work, Dvorianskoe gnezdo/The Nobleman's Nest (1916), is a hyper-realistic setting of a Turgenev play where the vocal parts are speech-based and the music a mere underpinning to support the action. Characters break into song only as relevant to the story, as in the manner of a movie musical. Every aspect of the production, including psychological profiling of characters and set design, is contained in the score. The Nobleman's Nest was a brave experiment, but a failed one, as Rebikov fashions the music so scantily that it is unable to stand on its own merits. Rebikov was already a forgotten figure by the time of his death at age 54. He was bitter and disillusioned, convinced wrongly that composers such as Debussy, Scriabin, and Stravinsky had made their way into public prominence through stealing his ideas. Ironically Rebikov is best known by way of his insubstantial music in salon genres. Rebikov's role as an important early instigator of twentieth-century techniques deserves to be more widely recognized.
-  Uncle Dave Lewis, All Music Guide

COMPOSITIONS                                                            Rebikov Links     ~ ~ ~     Works by Genre
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see also
    Works by Opus Number
    Works without Known Composition or Publication Date
    Works Alphabetical by Title [under construction]

Berceuse, piano (1889)
V grozu (In the Storm/L'orage), opera in 2 acts, op. 5 (1893; fp. 1894, Odessa) [after V. Korolenko 1863]
    - Trepak from the opera "V grozu/In the Storm", piano (1893)
Knyazhna Meri (Princess Mary) (1894, unfinished) [Lermontov]
    - Ballet Music from the opera "Princess Mary", piano (1894) (pub. Grüninger)
    - Valse, orchestra (1894) [from Ballet Music from the opera "Princess Mary"]
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (6 pieces), voice and piano, op. 1 (????)
Suite miniature [No. 1] (4 pieces), chamber orchestra (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, c.1899)
Six morceaux (6 pieces), piano, op. 2[bis] (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1897) +++
    - Suite miniature No. 2 (Deuxième suite miniature) (4 pieces), chamber orchestra, op. 2 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1903)
Conte (Fairy Tale) "Mila et Nolli", introduction, piano, op. 2[bis?] (????) [derived from "Suite miniature No. 2"???]
Trois morceaux (3 pieces), op. 3 (????) (pub. A. Seywang)  +++
12 Songs, voice and piano, op. 4 (????)
Sept morceaux (7 pieces), piano, op. 5 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1898) +++
Quatre morceaux (4 pieces), piano, op. 6 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1895) +++
Trois morceaux (3 pieces), violin and piano, op. 7 (????)
Rêveries d’automne (16 pieces), piano, op. 8 (1895) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
    - Conseil inutile (Useless advice), piano, op. 8, no. 12 (1895) (pub. Augener, 1915) +++
    - Récit naif (Naive story), piano, op. 8, no. 15 (1895)
    - Moment triste, piano, op. 8, no. 3 (1895) (pub. Augener)
Poëmes lyriques (6 pieces), piano (pub. Laudy & Co, 1897) [in 2 Books: 1-3 & 4-6] +++
Autour du monde (18 pieces), album de morceux pour la jeunesse, piano op. 9 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [also in 5 books]
Eskizy Nastroeniya/Stimmungs-Skizzen (Mood Sketches) (10 pieces), piano, op. 10 (????) (pub. A. Seywang) +++
Mélomimiques (6 pieces), piano, op. 11 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1898) +++
    - Mélomimiques, string orchestra, op. 11, nos. 3, 4, 5 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1900)
op. 12 - ???
Tondichtungen (Ten Tone Poems), piano, op. 13 (1897) (pub. A. Seywang, 1907) +++
Suite de Ballet (from fairytale "Mila et Nolli") (8 pieces), orchestra, or piano, op. 14 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Les Rêves (Dreams), 5 Mélomimiques, piano, op. 15 (1899) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Chant sans paroles, cello and piano (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1899; no opus number) [also arr. for piano solo; or violin & pf, D major]
Suite miniature [No. 1], chamber orchestra (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, c.1899) [in Philadelphia Free Library]
Les étrennes de Noël (The Christmas Gifts/Tree) (14 pieces), Suite for children, piano (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1900(?); no opus #)*** +++
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (3 pieces), 3 melomimics, voice and piano, op. 16 (1900)
Basni v litzakh [litsach] (The Fables in Faces) (9), dramatic fables for children, voice, scenic tableau and orch/or pf (1900) [1902?]
Mélomimiques (2 pieces), piano, op. 17 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (3 pieces), voice and piano, op. 18 (????)
Mélomimiques, 6 melomimics, soprano or alto, chorus and piano, op. 19 (????)
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (8 pieces), (8) melomimics, voice and piano, op. 20 (????) (1902?)
Prints krasavchik i printsessa chudnaya prelest' (Prince Charming and Princess Beautiful), fairy tale opera (c. 1900)
Valse Mélancolique, B minor, piano (c. 1900) (pub. A. Sewang; no opus number) +++
Yolka (The Christmas Tree), opera in 1 act, op. 21 (1900-01; fp 1903) [after Dostoevsky, H.C. Andersen and G. Hauptmann] +++
    - Suite, piano 4-hands [Valse; Danse des myosotis; Tarantelle; Danse orientale; Mazurka] (pub. P. Jurgenson)
    - Valse, orchestra (also arr. for piano and other ensembles)
    - Zug der Gnomen (Procession of the Gnomes), piano
    - Tanz der Bajazzo (The Harlequin’s Dance), piano
    - Tanz der Chinesischen Puppen (Dance of the Chinese Dolls), piano
Esclavage et Liberté (Bondage and Liberty) , Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 22 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1901) +++
Trois Ballades (3 pieces), piano (1901?) (P. Jurgenson; no opus number) +++
À la brune (At dusk) (9 pieces), piano, op. 23 (1903/ISMLP) (P. Jurgenson, 1905) +++
Chansons du cœur (Songs from the Heart), deuxième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 24 (????) (P. Jurgenson, 1901) +++
Aspirer et atteindre (Breath and Acheive[?]), troisième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 25 (????) (Jurgenson, 1901) +++
Les Feux du Soir (The Fires of Evening) (5 pieces), suite, piano (1904) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1909; no opus #) [also arr. for str orch] +++
Tristesse, Etude Musical-Psychologique, piano (1903) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1921; no opus number) +++
Suite miniature No. 2, chamber orchestra (????) [pub. P. Jurgenson, 1903; no opus number]
Cauchemar/Chauchemar (Nightmare), Quatrième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, 2 pf, op. 26 (1904?) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1905)
Album de pièces faciles (6 pieces), piano (1906) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number)
Petite Suite de Ballet (4 pieces), piano (1906) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number) +++
À travers les pays slaves, pièces faciles pour les enfants (10 pcs), pf (Bk 1, Nov 1906; Bk 2 Dec 1907) (pub. Jurgenson; no op. #) +++
Valse des Roses from the ballet "Belosnezhka/Schneewittchen/Snow White", piano (1907) (pub. P. Jurgenson 1909)
Dans leur pays (8 pieces), piano, op. 27 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1915) +++
Scènes bucoliques (5 pieces), piano, op. 28 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Feuilles d'automne (6 pieces), piano, op. 29 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Petite Suite, pièces enfantines (5 pieces), piano 4-hands, op. 30 (c. 1900) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Silhouettes (9 pieces), tableux enfantins, piano, op. 31 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Une mioche qui danse, piano, op. 31, no. 10 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Souvenirs mélancoliques (2 pieces), piano (1910?) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1915) +++
Clair de lune sur la mer (Moonlight on the Sea) , piano (1912)***
Jeux des sons (Sound Games) (3 pieces), piano (Sept 1912) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913) +++
3 Rhythmic Declamations, voice/speaker(?) and piano (1912)
Rêves de bonheur (Dreams of Happiness) (5 pieces), piano (1913) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number) +++
Trois mélodeclamations, (voice/speaker and piano, op. 32 (1905) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913) [text: Heine; Apukhtin]
Za Svobodu Slavyan (Marsch Slavischer/March Slav), piano (1913) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number) +++
Souvenir des temps passés (Remembrance of times past) (6 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913; no opus #) (1914?) +++
Trois miniatures (Aus dem Tagebuche) (3 pieces), piano, op. 33 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Valse-miniature, piano, op. 33, no. 4 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Souvenir, piano, op. 33, no. 5 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Dans le bosquet de roses, piano, op. 33, no. 6 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) (***)
Thea, Musik-psychologisches drama, an opera in 4 acts, op. 34 (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1904)
Parmi eux (6 pieces), piano, op. 35 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [a continuation of op. 27] +++
Conte de la Princesse et du Roi des grenouilles (Tale of the Princess & the King of Frogs), pf, op. 36 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Tableaux pour enfants (Pictures for Children) (7 pieces), piano, op. 37 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Une fête (A Festival) (7 pieces), suite, piano, op. 38 (1907) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Belosnezhka (Schneewittchen/Snow White), Musik-psychologische pantomime, orchestra (ballet), or piano, op. 39 (1907)
Bezdna (Der Abgrund/Abyss/Chasm), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 40 (1907) [after Leonid Andreev]
Godiva, opera (1907, unfinished)
Zhenshchina s kinzhalom (The Woman w/a Dagger), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 1 act, op. 41 (1910)[after Schnitzler]
Méloplastiques (9 pieces), piano, op. 41bis (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1910) +++
Fleurs d'automne (Autumn Flowers) (3 pieces), suite, piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1910; no opus number) +++
Al'fa i Omega (Alpha and Omega), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 42 (1911)
Moments d'allegresse (Moments of Joy) (6 pieces), piano (1910) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1911; no opus number) +++
Trilby - Improvisation de Svengaly, piano, op. 43 (pub. P. Jurgenson)
All-Night Vigil, chorus and piano, op. 44 (1911)
Nartsiss (Narcissus), Musical Drama, opera in 1 act, op. 45 (1912)
Dans la forêt (V liesu) (6 pieces), piano, op. 46 (1911) (pub. Jurgenson, 1913) [mistakenly(?) listed as op. 43 on first page] +++
Jenseits (по ту сторону/Au-delà/Beyond) (7 pieces), piano, op. 47 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson 1913)
Chansons blanches (4 pieces), piano, op. 48 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Arachne, Musical Drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 49 (1915) [Shchepkina-Kupernik, after Ovid]
Christos i Antichrist, mystery opera (1915, unfinished)
Trois idylles (3 pieces), piano, op. 50 (Nov 1913) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Les Danses (5 pieces), suite, pf, op. 51 (1914) [??from op. 8/14; op. 13/7, 9; op. 21; op. 40; Feuille d'album] (pub. Jurgenson 1915) +++
op. 52 - ???
op. 53 - ???
op. 54 - ???
Pages d’un manuscrit oublié (Pages from a forgotten manuscript) (7 pieces), piano (1914) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number) +++
Au cimetière des rêves défunts (In the cemetery of dead dreams) (2 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson 1915)***
Musical Snuff-box - Waltz, piano (????) (pub. Oliver Ditson, 1915)
Tabatière à musique (3 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1915; no opus number) +++
Trois Etudes (3 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1915; no opus number) +++
Valse Mignonne, G major, piano (????) (pub. Boston Music Co., 1916; no opus number) +++
Dvoryanskoye Gnezdo (Nest of Nobles), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 4 acts, op. 55 (1916) [after Turgenev]

Works with No Known Date of Composition or Publication
En Orient (In the East) (4 pieces), suite, orchestra (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [also arr. for piano solo] ***
Les immortelles (The Immortals), piano; or string orchestra (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number) ****
Improvisation de Svengali, [piano] (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number) ***
Mouvements plastiques (8 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no op#) [1905?][nos. 1[-2]--The vast abyss.--Witches' dance]***
    [University of South Carolina Libraries; and NYPL/Louis Horst Collection]
Neuf morceaux lyriques (9 pieces), piano (????) [see St. Louis Public Library, Monthly Bulletin 13]***
    [also in /WorldCat: Danish Union Catalogue and Danish National Bibliography]

Vot skoro prichki, chorus (????)
Tri knora, female's chorus, w/piano ad lib. (????)
Detskii mir (25 pieces), 3-part children's choir (????)
Dni detstva, 3-part choruses (????)
Kolybel'naya pesnya, female chorus (????)
Daite bokaly, male chorus (????)
Legende: Als noch ein kind war Jesus Christ, female chorus, w/piano ad lib. (????)
Shkol'niya pesni, chorus (????)
The Liturgy of St. Chrysostom (????)
Other church music

Stimmung: Will hinausschau'n in das dunkel, voice and piano (????)
Ne uprekai menya, low voice [and piano] (????)

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Slumber Song, 3-part female chorus (????) [English words by Rosa Newmarch]
In the Mill, chorus (????) (pub. J. Fischer & Bro., 1926)
Berceuse, Eb (minor?), violin and piano (????) (pub. J. & W. Chester, 1921)
Plegaria, [piano?] (????)
Piesne uhorskich slovakov; s provodom klavira (P. Jurgenson, 1908?) [Slovak folk songs with piano accompaniment; Slovak and Russian words]
Die Frau mit dem Dolche (Jurgenson, 19--) [Arthur Schnitzler]
P'esy dlja fortepiano : Pervaja tetrad : Sostavlenie i pedagogiceskaja redakcija
Hindustani Natch et Danse orientale ... Arr. <for String Orchestra> by R. Mohaupt.
In cheerful mood
    - WorldCat through #200
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WORKS BY GENRE                                                            Rebikov Links     ~ top of page ~
[under construction]
Dramatic/Theater
V grozu (In the Storm/L'orage), opera in 2 acts, op. 5 (1893; fp. 1894, Odessa) [after V. Korolenko 1863]
Knyazhna Meri (Princess Mary) (1894, unfinished) [Lermontov]
Prints krasavchik i printsessa chudnaya prelest' (Prince Charming and Princess Beautiful), fairy tale opera (c. 1900)
Basni v litzakh [litsach] (The Fables in Faces) (9), dramatic fables for children, voice, scenic tableau and orch/or pf (1900) [1902?]
   [after Krylova]
***[Boston College/Thomas P. O'Neill Library]
***[Yale University/Music Library]
***[Yale University/Sterling Memorial Library]
    - The Grasshopper and the Ant
    - A Dinner with a Bear
    - The Ass and the Nightingale
    - The Funeral
    - The Liar
    -
    -
    -
    -
Yolka (The Christmas Tree), opera in 1 act, op. 21 (1900-01; fp 1903) [after Dostoevsky, H.C. Andersen and G. Hauptmann]
    ["Christbaum", Musik-psychologisches drama]
Thea, Musik-psychologisches drama, an opera in 4 acts, op. 34 (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1904)
Bezdna (Der Abgrund/Abyss/Chasm), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 40 (1907) [after Leonid Andreev]
Godiva, opera (1907, unfinished)
Zhenshchina s kinzhalom (The Woman w/a Dagger), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 1 act, op. 41 (1910)[after Schnitzler]
Al'fa i Omega (Alpha and Omega), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 42 (1911)
Nartsiss (Narcissus), Musical Drama, opera in 1 act, op. 45 (1912)
Christos i Antichrist, mystery opera (1915, unfinished)
Arachne, Musical Drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 49 (1915) [Shchepkina-Kupernik, after Ovid]
Dvoryanskoye Gnezdo (Nest of Nobles), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 4 acts, op. 55 (1916) [after Turgenev]
    [Dvorianskoe gniezdo/Dvorjanskoe]

Mila et Nolli (conte/fairy tale) [this tale is the basis for a number of individual works]
    - Conte (Fairy Tale) "Mila et Nolli", introduction, piano, op. 2[bis?] (????)
    - Trois scènes tirées du conte (from the fairytale) "Mila et Nolli" [from Mélomimiques, op. 11 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1898)]
            - La Mort de Mila, piano; or string orchestra
            - L’enterrement de Nolli, piano; or string orchestra
            - La pensee de Nolli, piano; or string orchestra
    - Suite de Ballet (tirée du conte (from the fairytale) "Mila et Nolli", orch, or pf, op. 14 (1900?) (pub. Jurgenson)
            1. Danse des sorcieres
            2. Danse des lotos
            3. Danse des dryades
            4. Danse des singes
            5. Danse des sorciers
            6. Danse des fees
            7. Danse des diables
            8. Danse des clochettes

Musical-Psychological Works
Yolka (The Christmas Tree), opera in 1 act, op. 21 (1900-01; fp 1903) [after Dostoevsky, H.C. Andersen and G. Hauptmann]
Esclavage et Liberté (Bondage and Liberty) , Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 22 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Chansons du cœur (Songs from the Heart), deuxième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 24 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Aspirer et atteindre (Breath and Acheive[?]), troisième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 25 (????) (pub. Jurgenson) +++
Cauchemar/Chauchemar (Nightmare), Quatrième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, 2 pf, op. 26 (1904?) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1905)
Thea, Musik-psychologisches drama, an opera in 4 acts, op. 34 (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1904)
Belosnezhka (Schneewittchen/Snow White), Musik-psychologische pantomime (ballet), orchestra, or piano, op. 39 (1907)
Bezdna (Der Abgrund/Abyss/Chasm), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 40 (1907) [after Leonid Andreev]
Zhenshchina s kinzhalom (The Woman w/a Dagger), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 1 act, op. 41 (1910)[after Schnitzler]
Al'fa i Omega (Alpha and Omega), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 42 (1911)
Dvoryanskoye Gnezdo (Nest of Nobles), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 4 acts, op. 55 (1916) [after Turgenev]

Orchestra
Valse, orchestra (1894) [from Ballet Music from the opera "Princess Mary"]
Suite miniature [No. 1] (4 pieces), chamber orchestra (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, c.1899) [in Philadelphia Free Library]
    1. Berceuse, Ab major ["Cradle Song" from "Suite miniature"?]
    2. La rêvue, Ab major
    3. Moment triste, D minor
    4. Tarentelle, D major
Suite miniature No. 2 (Deuxième suite miniature) (4 pieces), chamber orchestra, op. 2 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1903)
    [see "Six morceaux", piano, op. 2[bis] (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1897 [1896?])]
    1. Danse des Odalisques
    2. Danse caracterisque
    3. Danse Orientale
    4. Etude
Rêveries d’automne (nos. 4, 5, 7, 8, 14, 16), string orchestra, op. 8 (1895) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Autour du monde (no. 16), string orchestra, op. 9 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Mélomimiques, string orchestra, op. 11, nos. 3, 4, 5 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1900) [from orig. piano work, pub. 1898]
Suite de Ballet (from fairytale "Mila et Nolli") (8 pieces), orchestra; or string orch; or piano, op. 14 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Légende, morceaux caractéristique, string orchestra (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus #) [also arr. for piano solo; pub. 1901] *** +++
Yolka (The Christmas Tree), opera, op. 21 (1900-01; fp 1903) [after Dostoevsky, Hans Christian Andersen and G. Hauptmann] +++
    - Suite, orchestra [Valse; Danse des myosotis; Tarantelle; Danse orientale; Mazurka] (pub. P. Jurgenson)
    - Valse, orchestra; or string orchestra
Feuilles d'automne (6 pieces), orchestra; or string orchestra, op. 29 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Tableaux pour enfants (Pictures for Children) (7 pieces), piano, op. 37 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Rose Waltz from ballet "Belosnezhka" (Snow White), orchestra or string orchestra, op. 39 (1907) [from original piano work]
Les Feux du Soir (The Fires of Evening) (5 pieces), suite, string orch (1904) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1909; no opus #] [from orig pf work]

Band
Rêveries d’automne (no. 3), military band, op. 8 (1895) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]

Choral
Basni v litzakh [litsach] (The Fables in Faces) (9), dramatic fables for children, voice, scenic tableau and orch/or pf (1900) [1902?]
Mélomimiques, 6 melomimics, soprano or alto, chorus and piano, op. 19 (????)
All-Night Vigil, chorus and piano, op. 44 (1911)

Vot skoro prichki, chorus (????)
Tri knora, female's chorus, w/piano ad lib. (????)
Detskii mir (25 pieces), 3-part children's choir (????)
Dni detstva, 3-part choruses (????)
Kolybel'naya pesnya, female chorus (????)
Daite bokaly, male chorus (????)
Legende: Als noch ein kind war Jesus Christ, female chorus, w/piano ad lib. (????)
Shkol'niya pesni, chorus (????)
The Liturgy of St. Chrysostom (????)
Other church music

Chamber
Légende, morceaux caractéristique, string quartet (????) [pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number] [from work for string orch]

Solo Instrument
Character Dance (Dance carateristique), violin and piano (????) [arr. from solo piano piecs, op. 2[bis], no. 6, pub. 1897]
Trois morceaux (3 pieces), violin and piano, op. 7 (????)
    1. Berceuse
    2. Melodie [also arr. for cornet and piano]
    3. Berceuse
Chant sans paroles, cello and piano (????) [also arr. for piano solo; or violin and piano, D major] [pub. P. Jurgenson, 1899; no opus #]
    - Song Without Words, violin and piano (see Chant sans paroles)
Rêveries d’automne (nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 7), violin and piano, op. 8 (1895) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Rêveries d’automne (nos. 1 & 7), flute and piano, op. 8 (1895) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Rêveries d’automne (no. 2), clarinet and piano, op. 8 (1895) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Rêveries d’automne (no. 3), horn and piano, op. 8 (1895) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Rêveries d’automne (no. 3), flute and piano, op. 8 (1895) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Autour du monde (no. 9), flute and piano op. 9 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Waltz from "The Christmas Tree", op. 21, violin/or flute and piano (1900-01)
Feuilles d'automne (no. 3), violin and piano, op. 29 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [from original piano work]
Rose Waltz from ballet "Belosnezhka" (Snow White), violin and piano, op. 39 (1907)
Feuillet d'album (Album Leaf), cello and piano (1912) [pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number]

Piano
Berceuse, piano (1889)
Trepak from the opera "V grozu/In the Storm", piano (1893)
Ballet Music from the opera "Princess Mary", piano (1894) (pub. Grüninger)
Conte (Fairy Tale) "Mila et Nolli", introduction for piano, op. 2[bis?] (????)
Six morceaux (6 pieces), piano, op. 2[bis] (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1897 [1896?]) +++
    1. Valse, Db major
    2. Etude
    3. Dance of the Odalisques
    4. Valse, Eb major
    5. Danse Orientale
    6. Danse caractéristique
Trois morceaux (3 pieces), op. 3 (????) (pub. A. Seywang, c. 1897)  +++
    1. Mignon
    2. Romance sans paroles
    3. Valse melancholique
Sept morceaux (7 pieces), piano, op. 5 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1898) +++
    1.  Marche, D major
    2. Mazurka
    3. Elegie
    4. Etude
    5. Valse
    6. Danse Orientale
    7. Marche, F# minor
Quatre morceaux (4 pieces), piano, op. 6 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1895) +++
    1. Berceuse
    2. Chanson triste
    3. Mazurka
    4. Valse-scherzo
Rêveries d’automne (16 pieces), piano, op. 8 (1895) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
    1. Chanson triste
    2. Insouciance
    3. Moment triste - also published seperately: (pub. Augener)
    4. Le dernier rendez-vous
    5. Souvenir doulourenx
    6. Perseverance
    7. Journee d’automne
    8. Bouffonnerie
    9. Mazurka
    10. Doux reproche
    11. Echo rustique
    12. Conseil inutile (Useless advice) - also published seperately: (pub. Augener, 1915) +++
    13. Ala brune
    14. Le repentir
    15. Recit naif (Naive story) - also published seperately
    16. Berceause
Chant sans paroles, cello and piano (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1899; no opus number) [also arr. for piano solo; or violin & pf, D major]
Poëmes lyriques (6 pieces), piano (pub. Laudy & Co, 1897) [in 2 Books: 1-3 & 4-6] +++
    1. Andante mosso, Ab major
    2. Moderato, F major
    3. Moderato, Ab major
    4. Andante espressivo, G major
    5. Andante simplice, G major
    6. Vivo, F major
Autour du monde (18 pieces), album de morceux pour la jeunesse, piano op. 9 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [also in 5 books]
    1. Russie - Au Village
    2. Fête villageoise
    3. Le Départ
    4. Austriche - Cracovie [Etude in the old style]
    5. Vienne
    6. Italie - Le Chant du Gondolier
    7. Tarantella [also for piano 4-hands]
    8. Dans la Grotte d’azure
    9. France - La Revue
    10. Espagne - Seguidillas manchegas
    11. Amérique - Jankee
    12. Japon - Siang keang long
    13. Chine - Sinopa-sch
    14. Moa keang hong
    15. Pontzi
    16. Hindustani March
    17. Turquie – Dervish
    18. Russie – De retour
Eskizy Nastroeniya/Stimmungs-Skizzen (Mood Sketches) (10 pieces), piano, op. 10 (????) (pub. A. Seywang) +++
    1. Pastoral Scene
    2. Folk Song
    3. In Cheerful Mood
    4. Comfort
    5. Striving after an unattainable Ideal
    6. Sad Mood
    7. Remembrance
    8. Waltz, B minor
    9. Waltz, E minor
    10. Waltz  Miniature
Mélomimiques (6 pieces), piano, op. 11 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1898) +++
    1. Declaration d’amour
    2. Une lettre
    Trois scènes tirées du conte (from the fairytale) "Mila et Nolli":
            3. La Mort de Mila [also arr. for string orchestra]
            4. L’enterrement de Nolli [also arr. for string orchestra]
            5. La pensee de Nolli [also arr. for string orchestra]
    6. Le genie et la mort [in 2 scenes]
Tondichtungen (Ten Tone Poems), piano, op. 13 (1897) (pub. A. Seywang, 1907) +++
    1. Schickal (Fatalité / Fate), F major
    2. Am Kaukasus (Au Caucase / By the Caucasus), [B minor]
    3. Wunsch (Desir / Wish). [F# minor?]
    4. Bedrückte Stimmung (Abattement / Troubled Atmosphere), [F# minor?]
    5. An der Wiege (Au berceau / At the Cradle), [G major]
    6. Tanz (Danse / Dance), D major
    7. Träumerei (Reveries / Daydreams), [D major?]
    8. Ruf (Appel / Appeal), [F major]
    9. Lyrische Stimmung (Morceau Lyrique / Lyric Piece), [????]
    10. Zweifel (Doute / Doubt), [????]
Suite de Ballet (tirée du conte/from fairytale "Mila et Nolli") (8 pcs), orch, or pf, op. 14 (????) (pub. Jurgenson, 1900 [1899?]) +++
    1. Danse des sorcieres
    2. Danse des lotos
    3. Danse des dryades
    4. Danse des singes
    5. Danse des sorciers
    6. Danse des fees
    7. Danse des diables
    8. Danse des clochettes
Les Rêves (Dreams), 5 Mélomimiques, piano, op. 15 (1899) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
    1. Naiade
    2. Les demons s'amusent (The Devils Are Amused) - also published seperately: (pub. Bryant Music, 1917) (***)
    3. Le faune (The Faun)
    4. La Néreide
    5. Dans la foret
Les étrennes de Noël (The Christmas Gifts/Tree) (14 pieces), Suite for children, piano (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1900(?); no opus #)*** +++
    1. Les Enfants Entorent l’Arbre de Noel (Children gather around the Christmas Tree)
    2. Gnome Dansant (Dance of the Gnomes)
    3. Boite a Musique (Music Box)
    4. Ours (The Bear)
    5. Poupee Russe (Russian Doll/Puppet)
    6. Angel
    7. Petit Cheval en Bois (Little Wooden Horse)
    8. Petits Soldats de Plomb (Toy Tin Soldiers)
    9. Saltimbanque (Marionette)
    10. Toupie (Spinning Top)
    11. Statuette de Sevres (Sevres china statuette)
    12. "Max & Moritz" en Pain d’ Epices (Gingerbread "Max & Moritz")
    13. Figurine Chinoise (Chinese Figurine)
    14. Paysan en Pain d’Epices, Dansant  (Gingerbread Farmer, Dancing)
Mélomimiques (2 pieces), piano, op. 17 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1903) +++
    1. Traumerei
    2. Idylle
Valse Mélancolique, B minor, piano (c. 1900) (pub. A. Sewang; no opus number) +++
Yolka (The Christmas Tree), opera, op. 21 (1900-01; fp 1903) [after Dostoevsky, Hans Christian Andersen and G. Hauptmann] +++
    - Suite, piano 4-hands [Valse; Danse des myosotis; Tarantelle; Danse orientale; Mazurka] (pub. P. Jurgenson)
    1. Valse, orchestra (also arr. for piano and other ensembles)
    2. Zug der Gnomen (Procession of the Gnomes), piano
    3. Tanz der Bajazzo (The Harlequin’s Dance), piano
    4. Tanz der Chinesischen Puppen (Dance of the Chinese Dolls), piano
Esclavage et Liberté (Bondage and Liberty) , Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 22 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1901) +++
Trois Ballades (3 pieces), piano (1901?) (P. Jurgenson, 1913?; no opus number) +++
    1. Ballade, G minor
    2. Ballade, C major
    3. Ballade, G minor
Légende, morceaux caractéristique, string orchestra (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus #) [also arr. for piano solo; pub. 1901] *** +++
Tabatière à musique (3 pieces), piano (1902-03?) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1915; no opus number) +++
    1. Valse, [????]
    2. Polka, F major
    3. Mazurka. C major
À la brune (At dusk) (9 pieces), piano, op. 23 (1903?) (P. Jurgenson, 1905) +++
    1. Lamentation
    2. Chant d’hiver
    3. Persuasion
    4. Esperance
    5. Souvenir
    6. Priere
    7. Regret
    8. Il était une fois
    9. Solitude   
Chansons du cœur (Songs from the Heart), deuxième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 24 (????) (P. Jurgenson, 1901) +++
Aspirer et atteindre (Breath and Acheive[?]), troisième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 25 (????) (Jurgenson,1901) +++
Les Feux du Soir (The Fires of Evening) (5 pcs), suite, piano (Sept 1904) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1909; no op. #)[also arr. for str orch] +++
    1. Lento, G minor
    2. Lento, F minor
    3. Andante sostenuto, F# minor
    4. Andante, Db major
    5. Moderato, [????]
Tristesse, Etude Musical-Psychologique, piano (1903) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1921; no opus number) +++
Cauchemar/Chauchemar (Nightmare), Quatrième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, 2 pf, op. 26 (1904?) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1905)
Album de pièces faciles (6 pieces), piano (1906) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number)
    1. Valse, G major
    2. Idylle hellénique
    3. Berceuse
    4. Valse, F minor
    5. Moment lyrique
    6. Valse, F# minor
Petite Suite de Ballet (4 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1906; no opus number) +++
    1. Danse des muguets
    2. Danse des Dryades
    3. Valse
    4. Danse des papillons
À travers les pays slaves, pièces faciles pour les enfants (10 pcs), pf (Bk 1, Nov 1906; Bk 2 Dec 1907) (pub. Jurgenson; no op. #) +++
    Book I
    1. I love you, Vanya (я люблю тебя, ваня), F major ***
    2. Kalamayka (каламайка), G major ***
    3. Anushka (Aннушка), E major ***
    4. Krestyanin (крестьянинъ), G major ***
    5. Like a beautiful you (какъ ты красива), A major ***
    Book II
    1. Stvarnika is asleep (пьсни словенцевъ), Eb major ***
    2. Wreath on his head (вьнокъ на головь), Bb major ***
    3. Somewhere my bird (гдъ моя птичка) (kje so tiste ptičce moje), F major ***
    4. Boats on the Sea [???] (лодка по морю плыветъ) (Barčica po morju plava), G major ***
    5. My Dear (Mоя милая), C major ***
Valse des Roses from the ballet "Belosnezhka/Schneewittchen/Snow White", piano (1907) (pub. P. Jurgenson 1909)
Dans leur pays (8 pieces), piano, op. 27 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1915) +++
    1. Les geants dansent
    2. Il chante
    3. Les enfants dansent
    4. Elle danse
    5. Ils passent
    6. Ronde
    7. Les vielles femmes dansent
    8. Les viellards dansent
Scènes bucoliques (5 pieces), piano, op. 28 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1904) +++
    1. Dans les Vignes
    2. Pastorale
    3. Danse des bergerettes
    4. Danse des bergers
    5. Rondo des Elfes
Feuilles d'automne (6 pieces), piano, op. 29 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1904) +++
    1. Con tristezza
    2. Pregando
    3. Con afflizione
    4. Con dolore
    5. Con tristezza e tenerezza
    6. Lugubre
Petite Suite, pièces enfantines (5 pieces), piano 4-hands, op. 30 (c. 1900) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
    1. Valse
    2. Danse des myosotis
    3. Tarantelle
    4. Danse Orinetale
    5. Mazurka
Silhouettes (9 pieces), tableux enfantins, piano, op. 31 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1906?) [pub. Alfred Music Pub., 1977]
    1. Les enfants patinent [Children skating]
    2. Musicians ambulants [Strolling musicians]
    3. La mère près du berceau [The Mother Watching the Cradle] [Cradle Song????]
    4. Jeu aux soldats [Little Soldiers March]
    5. Un soir dans la prairie [An Evening in the Meadow]
    6. La fee [The Fairy]
    7. La fillette bercant sa poupee [A little girl rocking her doll]
    8. Le berger joue du chalumeau [Shepherd playing on his pipe]
    9. La sorciere boiteuse rodant par la foret [The Lame Witch Roaming through the Forest]
Une mioche qui danse, piano, op. 31, no. 10 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Souvenirs mélancoliques (2 pieces), piano (1910?) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1915) +++
    1. ???, ???
    2. Andante, G minor
Clair de lune sur la mer (Moonlight on the Sea) , piano (1912)***
Jeux des sons (Sound Games) (3 pieces), piano (Sept 1912) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913) +++
    1. Allegretto, ["F"?]
    2. Allegro, ["C"?]
    3. Allegretto, ["Db"?]
Rêves de bonheur (Dreams of Happiness) (5 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913; no opus number) +++
    1. Andante sostenuto, [????] 
    2. Andante sostenuto, [????]
    3. Moderato, [????]
    4. Lento, [????]
    5. Andante, [????]
Trois mélodeclamations, (voice/speaker and piano, op. 32 (1905) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913) [text: Heine; Apukhtin]
    1. Astry
    2. Polonoch
    3. Odinochestvo
Mouvements plastiques (8 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no op#) [1905?][nos. 1[-2]--The vast abyss.--Witches' dance]***
Za Svobodu Slavyan (Marsch Slavischer/March Slav), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913; no opus number) +++
Souvenir des temps passés (Remembrance of times past) (6 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913 [1914?]; no opus #) +++
    1. Andante, [G]
    2. Andante, [G]
    3. Andante, [G]
    4. Moderato, [C]
    5. Andante, [????]
    6. Allegretto, [Bb]
Trois miniatures (Aus dem Tagebuche) (3 pieces), piano, op. 33 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1904) +++
    1. Con tristezza, B minor
    2. Con speranza, [F major?]
    3. Con dolore, Ab major [op. 33, no. 3 sometime referred to as "Oh tell me why"]
Valse-miniature, piano, op. 33, no. 4 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1914?)
Souvenir, piano, op. 33, no. 5 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1914)
Dans le bosquet de roses, piano, op. 33, no. 6 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1914) (***)
Parmi eux (6 pieces), piano, op. 35 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1906) [a continuation of op. 27] +++
    1. Ils dansent
    2. Danse avec une cloche
    3. Berceuse
    4. Danse du quadrupede
    5. Elles dansent
    6. Danse des petits
Conte de la Princesse et du Roi des grenouilles (Tale of the Princess & the King of Frogs), pf, op. 36(????)(pub. Jurgenson, 1906)+++
    - Le dragon garde la Princesse
    - Les roseaux distraient la Princesse par leur chant
    - L'ours divertit la Princesse par sa danse
    - Las élfes compatissent au malheur da la Princesse
    - [Lento - Dolente - Largo]
    - [Maestoso]
    - [Amoroso - Andante]
    - [Largo -  Lamentoso - Largo]
Tableaux pour enfants (7 pieces), piano, op. 37 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1906) +++
    1. Une fillette implore sa mère
    2. La leçon de musique
    3. Visison du monde antique
    4. Moment joyeux
    5. L’escarpollette
    6. La promenade des gnomes
    7. Une histoire triste qui finit bien
Une fête (A Festival) (7 pieces), suite, piano, op. 38 (June 1907) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1907) +++
    1. Vivo, [????]
    2. Vivo, [????]
    3. Allegro, [F# minor?]
    4. Vivo, [????]
    5. Presto, [????]
    6. Vivo, [????]
    7. Andante, [????]
Belosnezhka (Schneewittchen/Snow White), Musik-psychologische Pantomime, orchestra, or piano, op. 39 (1907)
Méloplastiques (9 pieces), piano, op. 41bis (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1910) +++
    1. Le jeu a la balle
    2. Matinee de printemps
    3. L’escarpolette
    4. Satan se divertie
    5. L’ivresse
    6. Le faune et la nymphe
    7. Bataille et victoire
    8. Le jeu au cache-cache
    9. Les campanules fleurissent
Fleurs d'automne (Autumn Flowers) (3 pieces), suite, piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1910; no opus number) +++
    1. Moderato, F minor
    2. Andante, [A minor?]
    3. Moderato, [D minor?]
Moments d'allegresse (Moments of Joy) (6 pieces), piano (1910) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1911; no opus number) +++
    1. Allegretto, B minor
    2. Allegretto, [G]
    3. Allegretto , [F]
    4. Allegretto, [????]
    5. Allegretto, C major
    6. Moderato, G major
Dans la forêt (V liesu) (6 pieces), piano, op. 46 (1911) (pub. Jurgenson, 1913) [mistakenly(?) listed as op. 43 on first page] +++
    1. Lento, [????]
    2. Andante, [????]
    3. Allebretto, [????]
    4. Vivo, [????]
    5. Allegretto, [????]
    6. Allegretto, [????]
Au-delà (Beyond) (Jenseits/по ту сторону) (7 pieces), piano, op. 47 (Dec 1912) (pub. P. Jurgenson c. 1913)
    1. Allegretto, [????]
    2. Lento, [????]
    3. Vivo, [????]
    4. Allegretto, [????]
    5. Andante Cantabile, [????]
    6. Vivo, [????]
    7. Moderato, [????]
Chansons blanches (4 pieces), piano, op. 48 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913) +++
    1. Allegretto, [????]
    2. Lento, [????]
    3. Vivo, [????]
    4. Allegretto, [????]
Trois idylles (3 pieces), piano, op. 50 (Nov 1913) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913) +++
    1. Hymne au soleil
    2. Dans un vaste éspace
    3. Parmi les fleurs
Les Danses (5 pieces), suite, pf, op. 51 (1914) [op. 8, no. 14; op. 13/7, 9; op. 21; op. 40; Feuille d'album] (pub. Jurgenson 1915) +++
    1. Allegretto, "C" [parallel chords]
    2. Andante, "D" [parallel chords]
    3. Vivo, "C" [parallel chords]
    4. Allegretto, [bitonal]
    5. Allegro, "C" [parallel chords]
Pages d’un manuscrit oublié (Pages from a forgotten manuscript) (7 pcs), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1914; no opus #) +++
    1. Moderato, G major
    2. Andante, G minor
    3. Andante, F# minor
    4. Moderato, D minor
    5. Andante, D major
    6. Andante, G minor
    7. Scherzando, A major 
Au cimetière des rêves défunts (In the cemetery of dead dreams) (2 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson 1915)***
    [The British Library, St. Pancras Reading Rooms]
    1. ???
    2. ???
Musical Snuff-box - Waltz, piano (????) (pub. Oliver Ditson, 1915)
Trois Etudes (3 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1915 [1914?]; no opus number) +++
    1. Vivo, D major
    2. Vivo, A minor
    3. Vivo, E minor
Valse Mignonne, G major, piano (????) (pub. Boston Music Co., 1916; no opus number) +++

Piano - No Known Date of Composition or Publication
En Orient (In the East) (4 pieces), suite, orchestra (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [also arr. for piano solo] ***
    1. A la noce
    2. Cortege
    3. Danses des jeunes filles
    4. Danse generale
Les immortelles (The Immortals), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number ****
Improvisation de Svengali (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number) ***
Légende, morceaux caractéristique, string orchestra (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, n.d.(?); no opus #) [also arr. for piano solo] *** +++
Mouvements plastiques (8 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus #) [nos. 1[-2]--The vast abyss.--Witches' dance]***
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.
Neuf morceaux lyriques (9 pieces), piano (????) [see St. Louis Public Library, Monthly Bulletin 13]***
    - Moment lyrique (from "Neuf Morceaux lyrique")
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
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Valse, Eb major, piano (????)
Valse, G major, piano (????)
Visions du passé (6 pieces), piano (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson; no opus number)
    [University of South Carolina Libraries]
    1. Lento. Cantabile, [E]
    2. Andante, G major
    3. Maestoso, A major
    4.
    5.
    6.

Vocal
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (6 pieces), voice and piano, op. 1 (????)
    1-3. Drei Nächte (1), tenor or baritone and piano
    4. Bei der Wiege, mezzo-soprano and piano
    5. Am Grab, baritone and piano
    6. Die Trennung, soprano or mezzo-soprano and piano
12 Songs, voice and piano, op. 4 (????)
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (3 pieces), 3 melomimics, voice and piano, op. 16 (1900)
    1. Nicht Farben, keine Strahlen, baritone and piano
    2. Und wenn er einst wiederkehret, mezzo-soprano and piano
    3. Der Schatten, baritone and piano
Basni v litzakh [litsach] (The Fables in Faces) (9), dramatic fables for children, voice, scenic tableau and orch/or pf (1900) [1902?]
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (3 pieces), voice and piano, op. 18 (????)
    1. Es schleppt sich so endlos, soprano (or tenor), or mezzo-soprano (or baritone) and piano
    2. Des Abends denk'ich, baritone and piano
    3. Aus gar entfernter Zeiten-Weite, tenor and piano
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (8 pieces), (8) melomimics, voice and piano, op. 20 (????) (1902?)
    1. Bitte, baritone and piano
    2. Im Garten, mezzo-soprano and piano
    3. Auf dem Kometen, tenor and piano
    4. Die Chinesin, mezzo-soprano and piano
    5. Die Schneegefilde, baritone and piano
    6. Der Friedhof, soprano and piano
    7. Am Kamin, tenor and piano
    - Drei Lieder (Ich kene drei Lieder), voice and piano (1902)
Trois mélodeclamations, (voice/speaker and piano, op. 32 (1905) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913) [text: Heine; Apukhtin]
    1. Astry
    2. Polonoch
    3. Odinochestvo
3 Rhythmic Declamations, voice/speaker(?) and piano (1912)
    1. My trvety srvali
    2. Iz za dal'nykh morei
    3. I bylo i ne bylo

Stimmung: Will hinausschau'n in das dunkel, voice and piano (????)
Ne uprekai menya, low voice [and piano] (????)


Check:
Danses ameres, piano - no other listing anywhere ***
Trois miniatures, op. 30bis (????) [nos. 2 & 3] - listed only in www.gold.ac.uk/media/PianoDictionary-v4.

+++ score available from IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library
*** score available from free-scores.com


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Rebikov @ From Musical Folklore to 12 Tone Technique ... (Georg von Albrecht, et al,  Scarecrow Pr, books.google.com)
Rebikov @ IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library
Rebikov @ InstantEncore
Rebikov @ Music of the Repressed Russian Avant-garde, 1900-1929 (Larry Sitsky, Greenwood Pub, books.google.com)
Rebikov @ MusicWeb International
Rebikov @ Naxos
Rebikov @ Operone.de
Rebikov @ REC Music Foundation /The Lied and Art Song Texts Page
Rebikov @ Russian & Soviet Piano Music, vol. 4
Rebikov @ University of South Carolina/Music Library Special Collections

Streaming Audio
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Recordings
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Video
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Works by Opus Number
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (6 pieces), voice and piano, op. 1 (????)
Deuxieme suite, chamber orchestra, op. 2 (????)
Conte (Fairy Tale) "Mila et Nolli", introduction, piano, op. 2[bis?] (????)
Six morceaux (6 pieces), piano, op. 2[bis] (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1897) +++
Trois morceaux (3 pieces), op. 3 (????) (pub. A. Seywang)  +++
12 Songs, voice and piano, op. 4 (????)
V grozu (In the Storm), opera in 2 acts, op. 5 (1893; fp. 1894, Odessa) [after V. Korolenko 1863]
Sept morceaux (7 pieces), piano, op. 5 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1898) +++
Quatre morceaux (4 pieces), piano, op. 6 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1895) +++
Trois morceaux (3 pieces), violin and piano, op. 7 (????)
Rêveries d’automne (16 pieces), piano, op. 8 (1895) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Autour du monde (18 pieces), album de morceux pour la jeunesse, piano op. 9 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [also in 5 books]
Eskizy Nastroeniya/Stimmungs-Skizzen (Mood Sketches) (10 pieces), piano, op. 10 (????) (pub. A. Seywang) +++
Mélomimiques (6 pieces), piano, op. 11 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1898) +++
op. 12
Tondichtungen (Ten Tone Poems), piano, op. 13 (1897) (pub. A. Seywang, 1907) +++
Suite de Ballet (from fairytale "Mila et Nolli") (8 pieces), orchestra, or piano, op. 14 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Les Rêves (Dreams), 5 Mélomimiques, piano, op. 15 (1899) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (3 pieces), 3 melomimics, voice and piano, op. 16 (1900)
Mélomimiques (2 pieces), piano, op. 17 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (3 pieces), voice and piano, op. 18 (????)
Mélomimiques, 6 melomimics, soprano or alto, chorus and piano, op. 19 (????)
Gesangs-Scenen (Vocal Scenes) (8 pieces), (8) melomimics, voice and piano, op. 20 (????) (1902?)
Yolka (The Christmas Tree), opera in 1 act, op. 21 (1900-01; fp 1903) [after Dostoevsky, H.C. Andersen and G. Hauptmann] +++
Esclavage et Liberté (Bondage and Liberty) , Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 22 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1901) +++
À la brune (At dusk) (9 pieces), piano, op. 23 (1903/ISMLP) (P. Jurgenson, 1905) +++
Chansons du cœur (Songs from the Heart), deuxième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 24 (????) (P. Jurgenson, 1901) +++
Aspirer et atteindre (Breath and Acheive[?]), troisième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, piano, op. 25 (????) (Jurgenson,1901) +++
Cauchemar/Chauchemar (Nightmare), Quatrième Tableau Musical-Psychologique, 2 pf, op. 26 (1904?) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1905)
Dans leur pays (8 pieces), piano, op. 27 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1915) +++
Scènes bucoliques (5 pieces), piano, op. 28 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Feuilles d'automne (6 pieces), piano, op. 29 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Petite Suite, pièces enfantines (5 pieces), piano 4-hands, op. 30 (c. 1900) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Silhouettes (9 pieces), tableux enfantins, piano, op. 31 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Une mioche qui danse, piano, op. 31, no. 10 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Trois mélodeclamations, (voice/speaker and) piano, op. 32 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1913) [text: Heine; Apukhtin]
Trois miniatures (Aus dem Tagebuche) (3 pieces), piano, op. 33 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Valse-miniature, piano, op. 33, no. 4 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Souvenir, piano, op. 33, no. 5 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson)
Dans le bosquet de roses, piano, op. 33, no. 6 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) (***)
Thea, Musik-psychologisches drama, an opera in 4 acts, op. 34 (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1904)
Parmi eux (6 pieces), piano, op. 35 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) [a continuation of op. 27] +++
Conte de la Princesse et du Roi des grenouilles (Tale of the Princess & the King of Frogs), pf, op. 36 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Tableaux pour enfants (7 pieces), piano, op. 37 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Une fête (A Festival) (7 pieces), suite, piano, op. 38 (1907) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Belosnezhka (Schneewittchen/Snow White), Musik-psychologische pantomime, orchestra, or piano (ballet), op. 39 (1907)
Bezdna (Der Abgrund/Abyss/Chasm), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 40 (1907) [after Leonid Andreev]
Zhenshchina s kinzhalom (The Woman w/a Dagger), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 1 act, op. 41 (1910)[after Schnitzler]
Méloplastiques (9 pieces), piano, op. 41bis (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson, 1910) +++
Al'fa i Omega (Alpha and Omega), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 42 (1911)
Trilby - Improvisation de Svengaly, piano, op. 43 (pub. P. Jurgenson)
All-Night Vigil, chorus and piano, op. 44 (1911)
Nartsiss (Narcissus), Musical Drama, opera in 1 act, op. 45 (1912)
Dans la forêt (V liesu) (6 pieces), piano, op. 46 (1911) (pub. Jurgenson, 1913) [mistakenly(?) listed as op. 43 on first page] +++
Jenseits (по ту сторону/Au-delà/Beyond) (7 pieces), piano, op. 47 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson 1913)
Chansons blanches (4 pieces), piano, op. 48 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Arachne, Musical Drama, opera in 2 acts, op. 49 (1915) [Shchepkina-Kupernik, after Ovid]
Trois idylles (3 pieces), piano, op. 50 (????) (pub. P. Jurgenson) +++
Les Danses (5 pieces), suite, pf, op. 51 (1914) [??from op. 8/14; op. 13/7, 9; op. 21; op. 40; Feuille d'album] (pub. Jurgenson 1915) +++
op. 52
op. 53
op. 54
Dvoryanskoye Gnezdo (Nest of Nobles), Musik-psychologisches drama, opera in 4 acts, op. 55 (1916) [after Turgenev]

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