Edison Denisov

Edison Denisov (1929-1996)

Эдисо́н Васи́льевич Дени́сов
Nationality: Russian | Soviet
Born: April 6, 1929, Tomsk Died: November 24, 1996, Paris (age 67)
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Date Age Duration Work
1958-1962 28-33
3 Pieces (for violin and piano)
1967 37-38
3 Pieces (for cello and piano)
1969 39-40
String Trio
1971 41-42
DSCH (for clarinet, trombone, cello and piano)
1971 41-42
Piano Trio, Op. 39
1971 41-42
Cello Sonata
1972 42-43
Prelyudiya (for 4 harps)
1974 44-45
Chorale Variations (for trombone and piano)
1974 44-45
2 Pieces (for alto sax and piano)
1977 47-48
4 Pieces (for flute and piano)
1977 47-48
Sonata (for flute and guitar)
1982 52-53
Sonata (for violin and organ)
1984 54-55
In Deo speravit cor meum (for violin, guitar and organ)
1984-1985 54-56
Sextet (for flute, oboe, clarinet, violin, viola and cello)
1985 55-56
Duet (for flute and viola)
1986 56-57
Paysage au clair de lune (for clarinet and piano)
1990 60-61
Variations on a theme of Mozart (for 8 flutes)
1991 61-62
4 Pieces for String Quartet
1991 61-62
Dedication (for flute, clarinet, 2 violins, viola and cello)
1995 65-66
Trio (for flute, bassoon and piano)

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