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GLIERE, Reinhold Moritzovitch
b Kiev, 11 January 1875
d Moscow, 26 June 1956, aged eighty-one

He studied at the Moscow Conservatory. In 1913 he was a professor of composition at the Kiev Conservatory and in 1914 became its director. In 1920 he returned to the Moscow Conservatory as professor of composition.

1899-1900 (24-5)

Symphony No 1

1900 (25)

String Octet in D major

String Sextet No 1

String Quartet No 1 in A major

1902 (27)

String Sextet No 2

1904 (29)

String Sextet No 3 in C major

1905 (30)

String Quartet No 2 in G minor

1907 (32)

Symphony No 2

1908 (33)

The Sirens, symphonic poem

1909-11 (34-6)

Symphony No 3, Ilya Murometz

1912 (37)

Chrysis, ballet

1915 (40)

Trizna, symphonic poem

1919 (44)

Imitation of Jezekiel, symphonic poem for narrator and orchestra

1921 (46)

Cossacks of Zaporozh, symphonic poem

1922, 1930 (47, 55)

Comedians, ballet

1923-5 (48-50)

Shakh-Senem, opera

1924 (49)

Two Poems for soprano and orchestra

For the Festival of the Comintern, fantasy for wind orchestra

March of the Red Army, for wind orchestra

1925 (50)

Cleopatra, ballet

1926-7 (51-2)

Red Poppy, ballet

1928 (53)

String Quartet No 3

1938 (63)

Harp Concerto in Eb major

1942 (67)

Concerto for coloratura soprano

Gliere also composed many songs and piano pieces.

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