Музыкальные сочинения

Last update: November 19, 2013.

Andreï Victorovitch Kostyrka is also a composer who has produced some piano works (many of them still on paper). His style can be characterized as Late Romantic, with a strong influence of Scriabin’s, Glazounov’s and Alkan’s æsthetics.

The officially supported catalogue of Kostyrka’s compositions is listed below.

  • Opus 0 — Espiègleries enfantins.
    • Waltz in F major (October 2001).
    • Sonata “Nibbled apple” for harpsichords, piano, organ, strings, two violins and cello.
    • Symphony for piano (1st movement).
    • Classic melody.
    • Variation on 8 measures of Schumann’s “The Poet speaks”.
    • Oginsky’s Polonaise orchestration.
    • Ragtime-impromptu (18 July 2004).
    • “Blue railcar” (“Голубой вагон”) in Beethoven’s style.
    • Anxious etude.
  • Opus 1 — 3 petits etudes pour la main gauche.
    • No.1 C# minor.
    • No.2 C# minor.
    • No.3 D minor.
  • Opus 2 — 2 moments musicaux.
  • Opus 3 — Impromptus juveniles.
    • Tribute to “Space” in 1980’s style (March 2007).
    • Medley etude (April 2007).
    • Etude after Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata (May 2007).
    • Several ideas on Albinoni’s Adagio transcription (22 October 2007).
    • Impromptu (17 January 2008).
    • Impromptu (7 February 2008).
    • Impromptu after Schubert (7 February 2008).
    • Impromptu in C minor (16 March 2008).
    • Impromptu in C minor (24 March 2008).
    • Impromptu in H major (21 April 2008).
    • Impromptu (24 May 2008).
    • Impromptu for convalescence (31 May 2008).
    • Impromptu macabrique (31 May 2008).
    • Impromptu in C major (16 July 2008).
    • Paraphrase of Mozart’s “Turkish March” (August 2008). Watch on .
    • Impromptu (8-11 September 2008).
    • Paraphrase of Rimsky-Korsakov—Cziffra’s “Flight of the Bumblebee” (6 January 2009).
    • Impromptu (19 January 2009).
    • Impromptu tragique (16 February 2009).
    • Impromptu before an exam (7 June 2009).
    • Cadenza to Chopin’s waltz Op.64 No.2 (July 2009).
    • Impromptu (19 January 2010).
  • Opus 4 — 12 préludes dans les tons mineurs.
  • Opus 5 — Waltz “Nastenjka” (6 October 2009). Watch on .
  • Opus 6 — Étude “Nevskiy express”.
  • Opus 7 — Concerto pour piano avec l’orchestre dis moll.
  • Opus 8 — Sonata pour piano No. 1 as moll “Le mort d’un misanthrope”.
    • I. Allegro nervosamente.
    • II. Allegro nervosamente.
    • III. Scherzo.
    • IV. Allegretto misantroppo “La ruine du monde pour fait des superstitions”.
  • Opus 9 — Pièces conjoints.
  • Opus 10 — Scherzo No.1.
  • Opus 11 — Deux marches pour l’orchestre.
    • No.1 Marche nuptiale.
    • No.2 Marche funèbre.
  • Opus 12 — Deux assemblages de variations.
    • No.1 Sur la thème de Paganini.
    • No.2 Sur la “Folia”.
  • Opus 13 — Trois pièces pour l’orgue.
    • No.1 Fantasie.
    • No.2 Passacaglia.
    • No.3 Fugue.

Without opus:

  • Cadenza for Chopin’s Valse Op.64 No.2;
  • Cadenza for Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No.2;
  • Transcription of Chopin’s Scherzo Op.20 pour la main gauche seule;
  • Transcription of Bazzini’s “La Ronde des Lutins” Op.25 pour piano seul;
  • Transcription of Reger’s “Introduktion und Passacaglia” sans opus pour piano seul;
  • Transcription of Adagio from Bach’s Kantate BWV 105 “Herr, gehe nicht in’s Gericht” pour piano seul;
  • Transcription of a gypsy song pour piano seul;
  • Paraphrase of Rossini’s “William Telle” overture;
  • Hybrid of Offenbach’s “Can-can” and Strauss’ “Tritsch-Tratsch Polka” — Watch on .
  • Double etude after Chopin—Rachmaninov (March 2008). Watch on .

 


Apart from being a composer, Andreï Kostyrka does music typesetting in his spare time. Here is a list of his music engravings:

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