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Zakharia Paliashvili

  1. Daisi opera by Z. Paliashvili. 2 CDs.
    Abesalom and Eteri
    opera by Z. Paliashvili. 2 CDs.
    Keto and Kote opera by V. Dolidze. 2 CDs.
    Special offer. 6 CDs for the price of 3 CDs.
  2. Z. Paliashvili. Latavra – (fragments) 1. Guram’s Aria (G. Geguchadze), 2. Neno’s aria (L. Georgadze), 3. Inkubis’ Couplets (D. Gamrekeli). Abesalom and Ethery: 1) Mumrman’s aria (P. Amiranashvili), 2) Etheri’s aria – T.Taktakishvili,3) Abesalom’s aria (Z. Anjaparidze). Daisi: 1) Maro and Malkhaz duet (M. Amiranashvili and T. Zaalishvili), 2) Tsangala’s Song (I. Shushania), 3) Malkhaz aria (N. Andguladze), 4) Kiazo’s aria (P. Amiranashvili)
    5) Maro’s Weeping (L. Chkonia). The date of recording is not mentioned, but could be in the sixties.


    Otar Taktakishvili

  3. O. Taktakishvili. Quartet for two violins, alto, and cello. c-moll. In three parts.
    State String Quartet after A. Borodin. – Mikheil Kopelman 1-st violin, Andrey Abramenkov - 2nd violin, Dmitri Shebalin - alto, Valentin Berlinsky - cello.
    Bidzina Kvernadze. Concert for piano and orchestra #2. In three parts.
    Soloist: Eliso Virsaladze. Georgian State Symphonic Orchestra. Conductor – Jansug Kakhidze. Redorded in 1968. Tbilisi.
    Nodar Gabunia. Quartet #2. For two violins, alto, and cello. In three parts.
    The State String Quartet after the name of Sulkhan Tsintsadze. Konstantine Vardeli - 1st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello. Recorded in 1996. Tbilisi.
     
  4. O. Taktakishvili. Love Songs - vocal-symphonic suite for soprano, tenor, male vocal octet and chamber orchestra. 1. In the Mountings. 2. Tushian Love Songs. 3. Separating. 4. Love Chastooshka. 5. Living Apart. 6. A Quarrel. 7. At the Spring. 8. Meeting.
    Megrelian Songs - suite for tenor, male choir and chamber orchestra.
    9. A Rose. 10. Varado, abkhazian melody. 11. Chaguna, a joke on idler. 12. Working song. 13. Lullaby. 14. Chichetura, - comic song. 15. Bullock-cart Driver Song. 16. Sorrowful Song. 17. Wedding Song. 1 - 6, 8 - 17 Zurab Sotkilava. 1 -4, 8 Medea Namoradze. 7. Soloist - Hamlet Gonashvili. Vocal Ensemble RUSTAVI. Bolshoi Theatre Soloists' Ensomble. 1 -8. Leningrad Chamber Orchestra. Director: Lazar Gozman 9 - 16. Conductor: Otar Taktakishvili. Total duration: 54 min
     
  5. O. Taktakishvili. Oratory “On the Pass of Rustaveli” Georgian State Capella and Symphonic Orchestra. Soloist—T. Mushkudiani. Conductor-Z. Khurodze. 1. You Are Here. 2. Djvari. 3. Vardzia. 4. Palestine. 5. O, My Language. 6. Gadakhvetsili. 7. Tamar 8. Today Revived Shota Rustaveli.
     
  6. O. Taktakishvili. Oratory “Nikoloz Baratashvili”. For soloist, vocal ensemble, choir and symphonic orchestra. After N. Baratashvili verses. Soloist - Zurab Anjaparidze, tenor. Vocal Ensemble “GORDELA” (soloist T. Khevkhishvili). Big Choir and Big Symphonic Orchestra of the USSR Radio. Conductor: O. Taktakishvili. Recorded in 1971. 1. Reminiscences 2. Mysterious Voice. 3. At Alexander Chavchavadze’s. 4. Gloaming at Mtatsminda mount 5. Merani.
    Romances after Vajha Pshavela’s verses. Adaptation for the ensemble of violinists (G. Zaborov). Ensemble of violinists of the Bolshoi Theatre USSR. I. Zaitseva – piano. 1. Fiancé Song. 2. Eagle. 3. In Spring. 4. Elegy. 5. Pshav-soldier’s Song.
     
  7. O. Taktakishvili. Symphony #2. Georgian Soviet State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: K. Ivanov.
    O. Taktakishvili. Suite from the ballet "Gorda". Piano: D. Toradze. Georgian State Radio Orchestra. Conductor: Didim Mirtskhulava.
    Vajha Azarashvili. Sonata for clarinet and piano. Clarinet - Revaz Jibladze, piano - Natela Kvirkvelia.
     
  8. Concert for piano #1. c-moll. Symphony orchestra - Conductor: Stasevich. Piano - A. Iokheles.
    Concert for piano #4. Georgian Soviet State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Otar Taktakishvili. Piano: Marina Mdivani.
    Suite for piano. Imitation of Georgian folk instruments.
     
  9. Concerto for violin. Georgian Soviet Social Republic State Radio Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Otar Taktakishvili. Violin: Liana Isakadze.
    Concertino for violin and orchestra. Georgian Soviet Social Republic State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Otar Taktakishvili. Violin: David Oistrakh.
    Concert #2 for piano. Georgian Soviet Social Republic Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra. Conductor: Otar Taktakishvili. Piano: Eliso Virsaladze.
    Concert #3 for piano. Georgian Soviet Social Republic State Radio Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Otar Taktakishvili. Piano: Tamar Syprashvili (Siprashvili)
     
  10. mtvaris motaceba (Kidnapping of the Moon). Opera in 3 movements. After Konstantine Gamsakhuria novel. 1974 - 1976. Recorded in 1978. Starring: Cisana (Tsisana) Tatishvili, N. Andguladze, E. Getsadze, I. Shushania, T. Mushkudiani and others. The Choir of the Tbilisi State Opera and Orchestra. Conductor: G. Azmaiparashvili. 2 CDs
     
  11. Mindia. Opera in 2 movements. (1960). After Vajha Pshavela novel. Libretto – Rezo (Revaz) Tabukashvili. Starring: Z. Anjaparidze, O. Kuznetsova, P. Amiranashvili and others.
    Buy sheet music of MINDIA. The score was published in 1972 and contains piano score with voice lines, lyrics in Georgian, Russian.

  12. Symphony poem “Mtsiri”. Duration 22:19. Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor – O. Taktakishvili. 2 - 5. Symphony #1. In four parts. Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor – Odisei Dimitriadi. . 6 – 8. Sonata for flute and piano (C-dur) 1963. In three parts.
     
  13. Three pieces for Violin and piano (e-moll) – 1969. Duration – 8:51. Nia and Ani Sulkhanishvili – piano.
    Sonata for violin and piano. In three parts. Duration 16:01. 7. Poem for piano. B-moll; (1951). Duration 5:24. Naum Shtarkman – piano.
    Burlesque. For violin and piano. Duration 2:254. M. Iashvili – violin and N. Dimitriadi – piano.
    Impromptu. E flat maj. 5:15. Polen – piano.
    Toccata. D-moll. 4:06. Lidia Nevedovskaya – piano. 11. Improvisation for piano. 5:15. Naum Shtarkmann - piano.
    Suite for piano. In four parts. Duration: 13:14. A. Nijaradze – piano.
    Poem for cello and piano. Duration 6:32. I. Cheishvili – cello, N. Tumanova – piano.
     
  14. O. Taktakishvili. Symphony #2. (1953). In four parts. The State Symphonic Orchestra of the USSR. Coductor: K. Ivanov.
    A. Shaverzashvili. Fantasy for cello and piano (1964). Duration 5:09. I. Cheishvili – cello, N. Tumanova – piano.
    A. Shaverzashvili. Sonata-fantasy for flute and piano. (1979). Duration: 18:45. A. Korneev – flute, N. Tumanova – piano.
    A. Shaverzashvili. Concert for violin (1964). E-dur. Duration – 15:27. M. Iashvili – violin, Georgian State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Lile Kiladze.


    Sulkhan Tsintsadze

  15. String quartet #1 (1947). Duration: 28 min.
    String quartet #2
    (1948). Duration: 29 min
    String quartet #6 (1966). Recorded in 1967. Duration: 19 min.

  16. String quartet #3 (1951). Georgian State Quartet. (B. Chiaureli, G. Khatiashvili, A. Begalishvili, G. Barnashishvili) Duration: 26 min.
    String quartet #5 (1962). The String Quartet of the USSR Radio-Committee. (A. Puter, M. Sharanov, I. Miloslavski, R. Phurer (Furer, Purer)). Recorded in 1963. Duration: 28.5 min.
    String quartet #7 (1970). (A. Puter, M. Sharanov, I. Miloslavski, R. Phurer (Furer, Purer)). Recorded in 1971. Duration: 26 min.

  17. String quartet #8 (1974). Recorded in 1974. Duration: 20 min.
    String quartet #9 (1978). Recorded in 1978. Duration: min.
    12 miniatures (1979). Recorded in 1979. Duration: 24 min.

  18. S. Tsintsadze. String quartet #11. For two violins, alto, and cello. The State String Quartet. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello. Duration: 21:45. Recorded in 1984. Tbilisi.
    S. Tsintsadze. String quartet #10. (“Polyphonic”). For two violins, alto, and cello. In four parts. The State String Quartet. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello. Recorded in 1984. Tbilisi.
    Bidzina Kvernadze. Concert for violin and orchestra. In three parts. (1956). Soloist: Albert Markov – violin. Moscow Radio and Television Orchestra. Conductor: Zakharia Khurodze.

  19. 24 prelude for piano. Plays Roman Gorelashvili. Recorded: 14 March 1972.

  20. Concerto for piano and Symphonic Orchestra. “Contrast” (1968). Piano: Nodar Gabunia. Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Z. Khurodze. Duration: 19 min 33 sec.
    Concert for Violin and Symphonic Orchestra (1968). Violin: Marine Iashvili. Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jemal Gokieli. Duration: 20 min 30 sec.
    Gandegili. Opera in one movement.
    After Ilia Chavchvadze novel. Georgian State Opera and Ballet Academic Orchestra. Conductor: V. Paliashvili. Recorded: 1973. Duration: 32 min.

  21. Concerto #2 for Cello and Symphonic Orchestra. Cello: E. Isakadze. Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Z. Khurodze. Duration: 21 min 53 sec.
    Concerto for Cello and Symphonic Orchestra.
    Georgian State Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra. Cello: P. Kvachadze (Student of the Music School). Conductor: Z. Khurodze. Duration: 13 min 15 sec.
    Five pieces for cello and piano. Cello: D. Shapran, piano: M. Musinian. Recorded in 1951, Moscow. Duration: 14 min 11 sec.


    Sulkhan Nasidze

  22. Quartet #1. For two violins, alto, and cello. In three parts. The State String Quartet after the name of Sulkhan Tsintsadze. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello.
    Quartet #3. (“Epitaph”) For two violins, alto, and cello. In three parts.The State String Quartet after the name of Sulkhan Tsintsadze. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello. Recorded in 1984. Tbilisi.
    Quartet #4.
    For two violins, alto, and cello. In three parts. The State String Quartet after the name of Sulkhan Tsintsadze. Konstantine Vardeli - 1st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello. Duration: 17:14. Recorded in 1987. Tbilisi.
    Quartet 2 (“Epitaph”).
    For two violins, alo, and cello. The State String Quartet. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Giorgi Melikishvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Giorgi Barnabishvili - cello. Recorded in 1970. Tbilisi. Duration 20:40

  23. S. Nasidze. Quartet #5 "Con Sordino". Duration: 20 min.
    S. Tsintsadze.  Miniatures for String Quartet (Based on Georgian Folksongs) 1) Indi Mindi. 1 min 44 sec., 2) Sisatura. (Small Chakal). Duration: 2 min 27 sec., 3) Shepherds Dance Duration: 1 min 32 sec., 4) Firefly, Duration: 1 min 52 sec., 5) Sachidao (Fighting Song), 2 min 08 sec., 6)A Nagging Wife. Duration: 1 min 31 sec., 7) Suliko. (Megrelian Lullaby) Duration: 3 min 15 sec., 8) Rural Dance. Duration: 1 min 06 sec.,
    Quartet #6.
    Duration: 19 min 24 sec.

  24. Symphony #1. (1957). Georgian Radio and TV State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: L. Kiladze. Recorded in 1959. Duration: 28 min.
    Symphony #2. (1963). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Z. Khurodze. Recorded in 1964. Duration: 26 min.
    Chamber Symphony #3. (1963).Chamber Orchestra. Manager: M. Iashvili. Conductor: I. Politkovski Recorded in 1978. Duration: 15 min 35 sec.

  25. Symphony #6. “Passione”. (1978). Georgian State Choir Bass Capella. Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded 4.04.1979. Duration: 25 min.
    Symphony #7. “Dilai”. (1979). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded 28.01.1980. Duration: 22 min.
    Symphony #5. “Pirosmani”. (1977). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 1977. Duration: 22 min

  26. Polyphonic Sonata (1962). Piano: Roman Gorelashvili. Duration: 11 min 28 sec.
    Quintet for piano (1988). Nana Khubutia (piano), K..Vardeli (1 violin), T. Batiashvili (2 violon), N. Jhvania (alto), Chubinishvili (cello). Georgian State String Quartet. Recorded: 1988. Duration: 22 min.

    Georgi (Gia, Giya) Kancheli
  27. G. Kancheli
    Symphony #1. (1966). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 1969. Duration: 22.5 min.
    Symphony #2. "Chants". (1970). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 1970. Duration: 20 min.
    Symphony #4. "To The Memory Of Michelangelo" (1974). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 1976. Duration: 22.5 min.
  28. G. Kancheli
    Symphony #3. (1973). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 1973. Duration: 33.5 min.
    Symphony #7. "Epilogue". (1986). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 12.06.1986. Duration: 35 min.
  29. G. Kancheli
    Symphony #6. (1979). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 1979. Duration: 35.2 min.
    Symphony #7. "Epilogue". (1986). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 12.06.1986. Duration: 35 min.
  30. G. Kancheli
    Symphony #1. (1966). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 1969. Duration: 22.5 min.
    Symphony #2. (1970). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 1970. Duration: 20 min.
    Concerto for Symphony Orchestra. (1961 – 1962). Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze: Recorded in 1978. Duration: 15 min 34 sec.
    Morning Prelude. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze: Duration: 6 min.
  31. G. Kancheli
    Symphony #4. (1974). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kakhidze. Recorded in 1976. Duration: 22.5 min.
    Psalms XXIII. Once. Nushis Raodenoba. Psalm. Duration: 47 min.

    Alexander Shaverzashvili

  32. A. Shaverzashvili. Chamber Symphony (1976). Maya Tomadze. Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: E. Sanadze. Recorded: 1980. Duration: 16min 16 sec.
    Arvo Pärt (Part - Estonian composer) - Polyphonic Symphony (I and II parts)
    Concert for violin (E major) 1964. Marine Iashvili – violin. Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: E. Sanadze. Recorded: 1980. Duration: 16 min.
    Sonata for Violin and Piano C – Major (1950).
    M. Zatulovski – violin, A. Iokheles – piano. Recorded: 1981. Duration: 22 min 25 sec.
    Fantasy for Cello and Piano (1964).
    Il. Cheishvili – cello, N. Tumanova – piano. Recorded: 1964. Duration: 5 min.

  33. Oratory. “Gza ukdavibisken” (The Way To Deathless) in 7 parts. Conductor: Odissey Dimitriadi. Duration: 27 min 48 sec.
    Cantata “chemi samshoblos simgerebi” (The Songs Of My Motherland).
    Conductor: A. Jiuraitis. Recorded on Moscow. Duration: 22 min 22 sec.
    Concerto for Voice and Symphony Orchestra. M. Namoradze – vocal, Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: J. Kakhidze. Recorded: 1982. Duration: 12min.
    Preludes for Piano 2,3,4,5,6 (1960).
    Alexander Nijaradze – piano. Duration: 7 min.
    Fantasy for piano (1957).
    Duration: 7 min.

  34. The King Oedipus opera in two movements. 1965. Duration: 63 min.

  35. Trio for piano #2 (1968)
    Trio for piano #5
    Trio for piano #3(1979)
    Quintet for piano (1955). Recorded in 1955.

  36. Symphony #1. In 4 parts. (1945). Georgian State Radio Orchestra. Conductor: L. Kiladze. Recorded: 1963. Duration: 31 min.
    Symphony Poem “To The Fighters of the 1905 Revolution”. (1955). Georgian State Radio Orchestra. Conductor: Jemal Gokieli. Duration: 12 min.
    Symphony picture "mtkvari".
    Georgian State Radio Orchestra. Conductor: Jemal Gokieli
    Symphony Poem "mcire mitsa" (Small Land).
    1981. Georgian State Radio Orchestra. Conductor: I. Chiaureli

  37. Symphony #1 (1945). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Z. Khurodze. Duration: 32 min.
    dideba oktombers. Oratory (To The Glory Of The October Revolution).
    Symphony Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Z. Khurodze. Duration: 34 min.

  38. A. Shaverzashvili. Sonata for violin. C-dur (1950). In four parts. M. Zatulovku – violin, A. Iokheles – piano. Duration: 22:25.
    Nikoloz Gudiashvili. Symphony #3. “To the Heroes of Textile Island”. Georgian State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Spartak Korkotashvili. Duration: 35:12.
    Nikoloz Gudiashvili. Georgian Fantasy. Georgian State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Spartak Korkotashvili. Duration: 7:07.
    Nikoloz Gudiashvili. Quartet #3 (1981) Duration 17:52. Georgian State Radio and Television String Quartet. Levan Chkheidze – 1-st violin, Giorgi Khintibidze - 2-nd violin, Archil Kharadze – alto, and Revaz Machabeli – cello.

    Vajha Azarashvili

  39. Nocturne. For two violins, alto, and cello. The Georgian State String Quartet. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania - alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello. Duration: 04:00.
    Nocturne. Georgian Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: L. Isakadze. Duration: 04:28.
    Nocturne. For two violins, and piano. Armen and Ashot Jerterejians – violins, and Anaid Kocharian – piano. Duration: 04:36.
    Nocturne. Duration: 04:35. Georgian State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Lile Kiladze.
    Concert for cello and Orchestra. Duration: 13:00. Eldar Isakadze – cello and Georgian State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Lile Kiladze. Recorded in 1969
    Concert for alto and Orchestra. 1-st part – Lento (10:14), 2-nd part – Allegro (7:11). Archil Kharadze – alto and Georgian State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Lile Kiladze. Recorded in 1973.
    Sonata for 2 violins and piano. 1-st part - Andante (5:03), 2-nd part – Allegretto (2:28), 3-rd part – Presto (4:17). Simon Gonashvili – 1-st violin, Giorgi Khintibidze - 2-nd violin and Natalia Bandenova – piano. Recorded in 1975.
    Quintet for wind band. (1978). 1-st part – Allegro assai (2:34), 2-nd part – Andante, (4:08), 3-rd part – Allegretto (1:46). 4-th part - Allegro molto (3:24). Nugzar Kiknadze – flute, Giorgi Beridze – oboe, Revaz Jibladze – clarinet, Staphane Apostoli (French horn), Murtaz Matskepladze – bassoon.

  40. Sonata for cello and piano (2-nd reduction - 1999). Duration – 13:00. Tamar Barashvili – cello, Nana Dimitriadi – piano.
    Sentimental Tango. The Georgian State String Quartet. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello. Duration: 01:14.
    Sentimental Tango. For violin with Chamber Orchestra. Liana Isakadze - violin, and Georgian Chamber Orchestra, Conductor – Giorgi Jordania. Duration: 01:14.
    Sentimental Tango. For two violins and piano. Maya Mamardashvili and Rusudan Kiknadze – violins, Medea Altunashvili – piano. Duration: 02:14.
    Concert for flute and Orchestra (1968).
    1-st part – Andante (4:27), 2-nd part – Allegretto, (3:20), 3-rd part – Vivace (4:32). Nugzar Kiknadze – flute, Georgian Chamber Orchestra, Conductor – Vajha Azarashvili.
    Quintet for Violin, Alto, Cello and Piano (2007).
    1-st part – Allegretto (4:42), 2-nd part – Andante, (6:36), 3-rd part – Allegretto (7:11). Georgian Opera String Orchestra, Giorgi Khaindrava - 1-st violin, Paata Chanturishvili - 2nd violin, Irakli Japaridze - alto, Giorgi Jorjadze – cello and Tamar Licheli - piano.
    Sonata for flute and piano (2007).
    1-st part – Allegro Scherzando (3:11), 2-nd part – Andante con dolore, (4:23), 3-rd part – Allegrto con moto (4:18). Demetre Stavrianidi –flute and Eka Gogoladze – piano.
    Prelude #1 for Violin and piano (2006).
    Prelude #2 for Violin and piano (2006).
    Prelude #3 for Violin and piano (2006).
    Prelude #4 for Violin and piano (2006).
    Prelude #5 for Violin and piano (2006). Galina Bandura – violin, Natia Azarashvili – piano.


  41. Sonata for piano four hands (2007). 1-st part – Allegro (2:15), 2-nd part – Andante, (5:36), 3-rd part – Allegretto (3:44). Nia and Ani Sulkhanishvili – piano.
    Sonata for 2 altos (1979). 1-st and 2-nd parts. Archil Khazaradze and Gia Chduneli (altos). Duration: 11:48
    Duet for 2 violins. (1995). 1 – 3 parts. Petre Vardanian – 1-st violin, and Rusudan Kiknadze – 2-nd violin. Duration: 11:20.
    Sonata for violin solo. (1995). 1-st part – Allegro rubato (5:56) and 2-nd part - Allegro molto con fuoco (3:50). Ketevan Tushmalishvili – violin. Duration – 11:48.
    Piano sonata. (1979). 1-st part – Allegro giacoso (2:30), 2-nd part – Andantino (4:15), and 3-rd pargt – Vivo (2:48). Alexandre Beridze – piano.
    Nostalgia. (1991). Piano – Alexandre Beridze). Duration: 3:31
    Nostalgia. Duration: 3:31. Georgian State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Givi Azmaiparashvili.
    Poem for violin and piano (1970). Alexander Dimitriadi – violin, Tsira Kamushadze - piano.

    Scherzo for violin and piano (1970). Alexander Denisov – violin, Tsira Kamushadze – piano. Duration – 2:59.
     Imeretian Sketches. 1-st – “Travel”, 2-nd “Kutaisian” (City in Georgia). 3-rd “Comic”. Georgian State String Trio. Paata Chanturishvili – violin, Michael Khoshtaria – cello, Zurab Khutsishvili – piano.

  42. Sonata for clarinet and piano (1936). Duration 11:52.
    “Separation”. For Symphony Orchestra. (1936). Duration 2:23. Georgian State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Givi Azmaiparashvili.
    “Humoresque” For Chamber Orchestra. (1964). Duration 2:23. Georgian State Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: Igor Politkovski.
    Waltz. From musical (1995). Duration 2:27.
    Can-can. From musical (1995). Duration 2:02. Georgian Symphonic Orchestra after E. Mikeladze. Conductor: Revaz Takidze.
    Sonata for Violin and piano (1961). Duration: 16 min. K. Vardeli – violin, N. Meskhi – piano.
    Suite-fantasy. The pictures of old Tbilisi. (1990). Kinto, Mukhambazi, Dilis Saari. Argani, Mshvenieri Margarita, Damtsvrisa, Mkhiaruli mekise, Mokhetiale musikosi, sasule orchestra parkshi, isani, Bartiani guitar. Georgian State String Quartet. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello.
    Dedication (2008). Duration: 7:02. G. Khaindrava – violin, G. Jorjadze – cello, N. Azarashvili – piano.
    Jazz-Waltz. From retro-suite for piano and orchestra (1996). Duration 2:37. N. Azarashvili – piano and Georgian Symphonic Orchestra after E. Mikeladze. Conductor: Revaz Takidze.
    Gypsy’s Sounds. Duration: 2:44 min. Georgian State String Quartet. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello.

    Nikoloz Gudiashvili

  43. Quintet for piano (1948). In four parts. Duration: 22:16. Ether Guliasashvili – piano. Georgian State Radio and Television String Quartet. Levan Chkheidze – 1-st violin, Giorgi Khintibidze - 2-nd violin, Archil Kharadze – alto, and Revaz Machabeli – cello.
    Triple Concert. F-dur. For volin, cello and piano (1957). Georgian State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Lile Kiladze. . Duration 33:07.
    Concert . ”The Expanses of my Homeland” Ether Gulisashvili – piano.
    Concert for flute and orchestra. Alexander Korneev – flute, Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor – Jansug Kakhidze.

  44. Nikoloz Gudiashvili. Concert for violin (1955). Marine Iashvili – violin and Georgian State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Vakhtang Paliashvili. Duration 30:13.
    Otar Gordeli. Passacaglia. (1977). Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor – Jansug Kakhidze. Duration 8:33.
    Otar Gordeli. Quintet for piano. In three parts. (1949). Otar Gordeli – piano. Georgian State String Quartet. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, GIorgi Barnabishvili - cello.
    Otar Gordeli. Sonata for piano (1960). B-moll. Rusudan Khojava – piano. Duration: 8:50.

    Otar Gordeli

  45. Otar Gordeli. Sonata for piano (9:57). Lali Mikava – piano.
    Otar Gordeli. Concert for piano. c-moll. A. Iokheles – piano and The State Symphonic Orchestra of the USSR. Conductor: Alexander Gauk.
    Otar Gordeli. “Day miracle”. Overture. The State Symphonic Orchestra of the USSR. Conductor: Alexander Gauk.
    Joseph Bardanashvili. “Faces”. For flute and two percussive instruments. (1948). Soloists of Israeli Symphonic Orchestra. Duration: 11:26.
    Joseph Bardanashvili. “Grimaces of Life”. For two flutes and String Orchestra. Israeli Chamber Orchestra. Conductor – Avner Birone.

    Felix Glonti (Ghlonti) (1927 - )

  46. Marienbadische Elegie. Symphony concentrante for cello and orchestra. 26:02.Cello - Maris Villerush (Willerush). Conductor: Vasili Sinaisky. The Latvian State Academic Symphony Orchestra.
    Wanderjahre. Symphony Concentrante for piano and orchestra. 21:27. Svetlana Navasardyan - piano. Conductor: Imant Resnis.

  47. Concert-symphony # 3 for piano and orchestra. 1. Salvation. 2. Jazz abstract. 3. Berlin elegy (Passacaglia). 4. Intinite. Piano - Tata (Tamara) Vichelli. Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra. Vakhtang Kakhidze- conductor.

  48. Concert-symphony for violin and orchestra. Metamorphoses of life. Violin - Galina Bander. Vakhtang Kakhidze- conductor.

  49. Romantic Symphony. Cis dur. Op. 40. (1979). 1. Adagio, 2. Allegro, 3. Largo, 4. Allegro Agitato. Academic Symphonic Orchestra of Leningrad State Philharmonic. Conductor: Konstatin Ivanov.

  50. Symphony #6. "Vita-Nova". Words by Dante. Angelina Volyak - mezzo soprano. Symphonic Orchestra of Georgia. Conductor - Jansug Kahidze. Symphonic Mediations on the theme for cello and orchestra. Medea Abraamian. Symphonic orchestra of the Georgia Radio & TV. Conductor - Tariel Dugladze.

    Bidzina Kvernadze (1928 - 2010)

  51. B. Kvernadze.
    Improvisation.
    Musical Moment #2.
    Nodar Mamisashvili.Prelude, choral and fugue.
    O. Taktakishvili. Suite "Native picture"
    Andria Balanchivadze "Sokhumi", "mtebis gulidan". ("From the Heart of a Mountain")
    A. Machavariani. Three fragments from ballet suite "Othello"
    S. Nasidze. Polyphonic sonata.
    S. Tsintsadze. Fragments from ballet "tsisperi mtis saundje" (Treasure of Blue Mountain")

    Alexi (Alexander) Machavariani. (1913 -1995)

  52. Quartet #1. “Folk Sketches”. For two violins, alto, and cello. In four parts. Recorded in 1978. Tbilisi
    Quartet #2. For two violins, alto, and cello. In four parts. Recorded in 1978. Tbilisi
    Quartet #3. For two violins, alto, and cello.
    In four parts. Recorded in 1978. Tbilisi

  53. Symphony #1. Georgian State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Gemal Gokieli.
    Symphony #2. Georgian State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kahidze.
    Five Monologs. For Baritone and Symphony Orchestra. Voice: R. Kakabadze. Georgian State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Jansug Kahidze.
     
  54. A. Machavariani. Quartet #4. For two violins, alto, and cello. In five parts. The State Quartet of Georgian Radio and Television. Levan Chkheidze - 1-st violin, Giorgi Khintibidze - 2nd violin, Archil Kharadze- alto, Revaz Machabeli - cello. Recorded in 1984. Tbilisi.
    S. Tsintsadze. Quartet #4. For two violins, alto, and cello. In four parts. The State Quartet of Georgian Radio and Television. Tamaz Batiashvili - 1-st violin, Konstantine Vardeli - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello. Recorded in 1984. Tbilisi.
    S. Nasidze. Concert for piano and orchestra. In three parts. Tengiz Amirejibi – piano. Georgian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor – Jemal Gokieli.


    Joseph Bardanashvili
     

  55. Concert for mandolin. (2009). Avi Avitali – mandolin, and Chamber Orchestra of Israel. Conductor : Doron Solomon. Duration 15:14
    Duet for violin and cello.
    Iael Barolski – violin, Ani-Maria Kuturie – cello. Duration 8:26.
    “Moonlight Illisions” (2008).
    For Chamber orchestra. Duration – 14:00. Israeli Contemporary Music Ensemble. Conductor – Reno Dejardin.
    Symphony #2 (2001).
    Israeli Symphonic Orchestra. Conductor – Yuri Sharovsky. Duration 20:31.
    Quintet for piano (1973).
    Giorgi Shaverzashvii – piano da and Georgian Composer’s Union String Quartet. V. Koniaev - 1-st violin, A. Belikov - 2nd violin, S. Khrjanovsky - alto, S. Sturua - cello. Duration: 16:15.
     
  56. Symphonic poem “The Trip to the End of Millennium” . Israeli Symphonic Orchestra. Conductor – Deni Etinger. Duration 23:40.
    “Elegy”. For String orchestra. (1996). Jerusalem Symphonic Orchestra. Conductor – Nisan Lehovich. Duration 5:06.
    Symphony #3 (2006).
    Israeli Symphonic Orchestra. Conductor – Zubin Meta . Duration 24:48.
    Concert for piano (1996).
    Jerusalem Symphonic Orchestra. Viktor Derevianko – piano and conductor – Enjamin Usupov . Duration 18:57.
    Adagio.
    Georgian state Symphonic Orchestra. Conductor Joseph Bardanashvili. Duration: 6:14.
     

  57. Dialogs. For Cello and Orchestra. (2002). Cvi Pleser – cello, and Israeli Symphonic Orchestra. Conductor – Zubin Meta . Duration 20:00.
    “Steps” for chamber orchestra.
    Israeli Contemporary Music Ensemble. Conductor Zolot Neg. Duration 13:30.
    Concertino for flute, bassoon and chamber ensemble.
    Israeli Contemporary Music Ensemble. Conductor Zolot Neg. Duration 12:00
    Separation Song. Solo for solo violin and 12 .violins. (2000).
    Shlomo Mints – violin and his students. Duration 14:00
    Concert for flute and orchestra.
    Ioso Anhaim – flute and Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor Zubin Meta. Duration 20:00
     

  58. String quartet #1 (1985). The Georgian State String Quartet. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Otar Chubinishvili - cello. Duration: 24:31.
    Poem-Dialogue.
    For cello, guitar. two french horns, and two pianos. Konstantine Vardeli - 1-st violin, Tamaz Batiashvili - 2nd violin, Nodar Jhvania- alto, Yuri Permiakov – guitar. Duration: 27:47.
    String quartet #2 (1992).
    Moscow New Studio Soloists. Duration 21:24.

    Different
     

  59. Shalva Taktakishvili (1900 - 1965). Fragments from Ballet "maltakva"
    G. Kancheli. "Midday Pray".
    For clarinet and orchestra.
    G. Kancheli. "karis mere". A
    fter the Wind.
    G. Kancheli. "gamis locvani".
    Night Pray. Georgian State Chamber Orchestra.
    Sulkhan Nasidze. Quintet for piano.
    Georgian State Quartet and N. Khubutia.
     
  60. Revaz Gabichvadze. Suite #1 from ballet HAMLET (1971): 1) Introduction, 2) Dramatic Dance, 3) Claudius, 4) Ofelia’s Madness, 5) Polonius’ Death, 6) Scene with phantom. State Symphonic Orchestra of the USSR Ministry of Culture. Conductor: R. Gabichvadze. Suite #2 from ballet HAMLET (1971): Adaptation For two pianos by Gabichvadze. 1) Introduction, 2) Ofelia and Hamlet duet, 3) Feast at Claudius Palace, 4) Etiquette Dance, 5) Ofelia’s Madness, 6) Eccentric Dance, 7) Ofelia’s Death
    8) Dramatic Dance, 9) Phantom. Inna Gabichvadze, Nino Tarkhnishvili.
     
  61. Plays Roman Gorelashvili (piano). F. Amirov (1922 – ). 1000 and One Night (Suite for two pianos). 1) Introduction 2) archer’s Dance 3) Orgy 4) Shakhriar and Shekherezada’s Duet 5) The Baghdad Market 6) Shakhriar in the Tale World. Piano 2 - V. Gorelashvili and Piano 1 - R. Gorelashvili. / A. Khachaturian (1903 – 1978): 1) Introduction and nymph’s Dance from Ballet SPARTACUS for two pianos, 2) S. Tsintsadze. Five pieces for piano: 1) Sheppard’s 2) Suliko 3) Sachidao (Wrestling) 4) Tsitsinatela (firefly) 5) My Wife Got Arrogant. / R. Lagidze: 1) A Tale for piano, 2) Sachidao for two pianos.

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