Piano Music - Anatol Lyadov

Anatol Lyadov


1855/58 - 1914
Anatol Lyadov was a Russian composer, teacher and conductor.






Some Recordings of Lyadov's Piano and Other Music


Anatoly Lyadov ‒ 3 Morceaux, Op.11
Olga Solovieva, piano



Anatoli Lyadov - The Enchanted Lake (1909)
BBC Philarmonic Orchestra
Vassily Sinaisky, conductor



Anatol Liadov - Eight Russian Folksongs, Op. 58 (1905)
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
Evgeny Svetlanov, conductor



Alexander Bakhchiev plays Anatoly Lyadov piano pieces
Waltz in F minor Op.9 No. 1
Prelude Op.10 No. 1
Prelude Op.11 No. 1
Mazurka Op.11 No. 3
Music Snuff-box Op.32
Barcarolle Op.44
Preludes Op.57 No. 2
Mazurka Op.57 No. 3



Anatoly Lyadov - Barcarolle for Piano op. 44
Tatiana Nikolayeva, piano



Anatoly Lyadov Kikimora, Op 63
St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra
Yuri Temirkanov, conductor
Recorded in August 2013



Lyadov and Arensky (recorded in 1965)
Lyadov - Variations on a Polish Folk Theme in A-flat, op. 51
Lyadov - About olden times, Ballade in D major, op. 21a
Arensky - Prelude in D minor, op. 63 no. 10
Arensky - Romance in F major, op. 53
Arensky - Prelude in D-flat major, op. 63 no. 12
Arensky - Prelude in E major, op. 63 no. 7
Arensky - Prelude in E-flat minor, op. 63 no. 8
Arensky - An der Quelle in A major, op. 46 no. 1
Tatiana Nikolayeva, piano




Piano Music by Anatol Lyadov


Op. 2 Biryul′ki [Spillikins], 14 pieces, 1876 (1876)

Op. 3 Shest′ p′yes [6 Pieces], 1876–7 (1877): Prelude, D; Giga, F; Fugue, g; 3 mazurkas, G, B, C

Op. 4 Arabesques, 4 pieces, 1878 (1879): c♯, A, B♭, E

Op. 5 Etude, A♭, 1881 (1881)

Op. 6 Impromptu, D, 1881 (1881)

Op. 7 Two Intermezzos, D, F, 1881 (1882)

Op. 8 Two Intermezzos, B♭ (1883), no.1 orchd 1902 (1903)

Op. 9 Dve p′yesï [2 Pieces], 1883 (1884): Waltz, f♯; Mazurka, A♭

Op. 10 Tri p′yesï [3 Pieces], 1884 (1885): Prelude, D♭; 2 Mazurkas, C, D

Op. 11 Tri p′yesï [3 Pieces], 1885 (1886): Prelude, b; Mazurka in the Dorian mode, a; Mazurka, f♯

Op. 12 Etude, E (1886)

Op. 13 Four Preludes, G, B♭, A, f♯ (1887)

Op. 15 Two Mazurkas, A, d (1887)

Op. 17 Two Bagatelles, 1887 (1887): Stradaniye (La douleur), b♭; Pastoral, b

Op. 20 Novinka [Novelette], c, c1882–9 (1889)

Op. 21 Pro starinu [About Olden Times], ballade, D, 1889 (1890), orchd 1906 as op.21b (1906)

Op. 23 Na luzhayke (Nabrosok) [In the Glade: Sketch], F, 1890 (1890)

Op. 24 Dve p′yesï [2 Pieces] (1890): Prelude, E; Kolïbel′naya (Berceuse), G♭

Op. 25 Idylle, D♭ (1891)

Op. 26 Malenkiy val′s [Little Waltz], G, 1891 (1891)

Op. 27 Three Preludes, E♭, B, G♭ (1891)

Op. 29 Kukolki [Marionettes], E♭, 1892 (1892)

Op. 30 Bagatelle, D♭, 1889 (1889)

Op. 31 Dve p′yesï [2 Pieces] (1893): Derevenskaya mazurka (Mazurka rustique), G; Prelude, b♭

Op. 32 Muzïkal′naya tabakerka [A Musical Snuffbox] (1893)

Op. 33 Tri p′yesï [3 Pieces]: Prelude on a Russian Theme, A♭, 1889 (1914); Grotesque, C, 1889 (1914); Pastoral, F, 1889 (1889, 1914)

Op. 34 Three Canons, G, c, F, 1894 (1894)

Op. 35 Variations on a Theme by Glinka, B♭, 1894 (1895)

Op. 36 Three Preludes, F♯, b♭, G (1895)

Op. 37 Etude, F, 1895 (1895)

Op. 38 Mazurka, F, 1895 (1896)

Op. 39 Four Preludes, A♭, c, B, f♯, 1895 (1896)

Op. 40 Etude, c♯, and 3 Preludes, C, d, D♭ (1897)

Op. 41 Two Fugues, f♯, D, 1896 (1897)

Op. 42 Two Preludes, B♭, B, and Mazurka on Polish themes, A, 1898 (1898)

Op. 44 Barcarolle, F♯ (1898)

Op. 46 Four Preludes, B♭, g, G, e (1899)

Op. 48 Etude, A, and Canzonetta, B♭ (1899)

Op. 51 Variations on a Polish Folk Theme, A♭ (1901)

Op. 52 Tri baletnïkh nomera [3 Ballet Numbers], E♭, C, A (1901)

Op. 53 Three Bagatelles, B, G, A♭ (1903)

Op. 57 Tri p′yesï [3 Pieces], c1900–05 (1906): Prelude, D♭; Waltz, E; Mazurka, f

Op. 64 Chetïre p′yesï [4 Pieces], 1909–10 (1910): Grimace, C; Sumrak (Ténèbres), c; Iskusheniye (Temptation), E; Vospominaniye (Réminiscence), B

— Prelude-Pastoral, 1894 (1894)

— Twenty-four Canons (1898)

— Sarabande, g (1899)

— Tanets komara [Gnat’s Dance], Russ. song, pubd in Galchonok (1911), no.2

— Fugue on La–do–fa, 1913, facs. in ‘Pis′ma A.K. Lyadova k A.V. Ossovskomu’, RMG (1916), no.11

— Twelve Canons on a cantus firmus (1914)





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