Piano Music - Aram Khatchaturian

Aram Khatchaturian


1903 - 1978
Aram Khatchaturian was a Soviet and Armedian composer, conductor and teacher. He was the first composer to fuse the musical styles of his time with his traditional Armenian heritage.


Piano Music by Aram Khatchaturian





Explore Khachaturian's Music


Khachaturian conduct Khachaturian (recorded live in 1975, Moscow)
Century’s recording
Symphony No.1 in E minor
‘Spartacus’ Adagio
‘Gayaneh’ Excerpts
Concert Rhapsody for Piano & Orchestra
Concert Rhapsody for Cello & Orchestra
URSS RTV Large Symphony Orchestra
Aram Khachaturian, conductor
Nicolai Petrov, piano
Karine Georgian, cello



Khachaturian Toccata (recorded in 1967)
Lev Oborin, piano



Sabre Dance from the Gayane Suite No. 3
Berliner Philharmoniker
Sir Simon Rattle, conductor
Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonie, 31 December 2013.
The Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall




List of Khachaturian's Piano Music


Poem, 1925

Andantino, 1926

Waltz-Caprice and Dance, 1926

Waltz-Etude, 1926

Detskiy al′bom 1 [Children's Album no.1], 1926–47

Poem, 1927

7 Recitatives and Fugues, 1928–66

Syuita, 1932

Tokkata, 1932

Khoreograficheskiy val′s [Choreographic Waltz], 1944

Waltz, 1952 [from incid music Maskarad]

Sonatina, 1959

Piano Sonata, 1961

Detskiy al′bom 2 [Children's Album no.2], 1965






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