Early Period

THREE PIECES for piano (1899).
PRELUDE (1899).
SONATA FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO (1899).
ROMANCE for the nurse of Poushkine (1900).
SIX PIECES for piano (1902).
CALIGULA, Op. 6 (1903 ). Music for the Dumas tragedy.
THE PINK FLOWER, Op. 9 (1906). Ballet in four Acts.
DANSES PLASTIQUES, Op. 10 (1912).
“FRA MINO,” Op. 14 Choreographic poem with Michel Fokine.
YELLOW SOUND, Choreographic scenario by W. Kandinsky (1912).
FLENOUSHKA, opera unfinished, (impressions of a book of Leskoff-Petcherky ) (1913).

Stage Works

OPERA

FORCES OF LOVE AND SORCERY, Op. 16 (1915),revised for radio (1945).
ESTHER, Op. 76 (1946). Opera in three acts, based on the classical tragedy by Racine.
KRISS, lyric opera (film) (piano reduction ).
GENERAL BOULANGER, opera (unfinished ).
IN THE GRIP OF LIFE, by Hamsun, for the Moscow Art Theatre.
THE KING OF THE DARK ROOM, by Rabindranath Tagore, for the Moscow Art Theatre.

BALLETS

THE BACHANTES, ballet, scenario by W. Kandinsky (piano version ).
BABETTE, Op. 49 (1935). Ballet in 2 Acts.
FEAST IN UKRAINA, Op. 62 (1940). Ballet in one act.
FLUMIERE NOIRE (Black Lights ), 3 scenes. Op. 74 (1948) Piano.
FETE DE LA PATRONNE, after drawings by Degas. Op. 77 (1949).
YELLOW SOUND, choreographic scenario by W. Kandinsky 1912 (piano reduction ).

Orchestral Works

4 DANCES, from the Opera Esther, Op. 76 (1947).
FETE DE LA PATRONNE, Op. 77 after drawing by Degas.
TWO ORGAN FUGUES OF BACH, Op. 48 (Transcription for orchestra ).
KOLIADKY, Ukrainian Christmas Songs, for Orchestra, Op. 60 (1944).
SCHERZO FANTASTIQUE, Op. 25 (1929) Paris (film).
SUITE, Op. 62 (1941).
SEPARATE NUMBERS from SUITE, Op. 62 (re-orchestrated 1952).
INCANTATION AND DANCE OF THE SHAMAN
CANARI
CHIME AND CLOCK MUSIC
SUITE, from the Ballet Babette, Op. 49 (1935).
SYMPHONIE-POEME, Op. 50 (1935) in four sections.
SYMPHONY NO. 2, Op. 68 (1944). (Le Dit du Soleil).
TWELVE RUSSIAN FAIRY TALES, Op. 58 (1937).
SYMPHONY NO. 3, Op. 85 (1953)
SYMPHONY NO. 4, Op. 90 (1959)

Concerti

CONCERTO d’APRES UNE CANTATE de BACH, Op. 73 (1945) for Cello and String Orchestra.
CONCERTO ANDALUZ, Op. 81 (1949) for Flute, String Orchestra, Harp, Piano and Percussion.
CONCERTO for CELLO, Op. 57 (1935).
CONCERTO for DOUBLE BASS, Op. 65 (1943).
CONCERTO for HARP, Op. 72 (1944).
CONCERTO for PIANO, Op. 61 (1942).
CONCERTO for VIOLIN, Op. 66 (1943).

String Orchestra Chamber Music

CONCERTO d’ APRES UNE CANTATE de BACH, Op. 73.
CONCERTO for CELLO, Op. 57.
CONCERTO ANDALUZ, Op. 81.
DAFNIS, Op. 10 (1913)
DEUX_PLEUREUSES, Op. 64 (1940).
FORCES OF LOVE AND SORCERY …. (See “Stage Work” ) KOLIADKY, Ukraine Christmas Songs. Op. 60 For Saxaphone Quartet.
SONATA for Cello and Piano. Op. 63 (1942).
SONATA for Violin and Piano, Op. 51 (1937).
TRIO for Flute, Violin and Piano, Op. 75 (1946).

Piano Works

SIX PIECES, Op. 7 (1902).
DIVERTISSEMENT, from “Forces of Love and Sorcery, Op. 16.
YELLOW SOUND, (1912) (piano only) Scenario by Kandinsky.
HUMORESQUE VIENOISE, Op. 45 (1949).
MENUET FANTASQUE, Op. 66 (1943). Violin and Piano.
LUMIERE NOIRE (Black Lights) Three scenes Op. 74 (1948).
FETE DE LA PATRONNE, after drawings by Degas. Op. 77 (1949).
FIVE VOLUMES, in memory of Gurdjieff ( 1949) (Impressions of talks by Gurdjieff 1917-1928).
SIX PRELUDES, Op. 83 (1952).
TROIS PRELUDES, Op. 11 (1904).
TWO DANCES from the ballet Babette. Op. 49 (1935).
TWELVE RUSSIAN FAIRY TALES, Op. 58 (1937).
THREE VOLUMES (impressions of Gurdjieff’s book “Meetings with Remarkable Men’) (1928).
1 Seekers of the Truth
2 Journey to Inaccessible Places
3 Rituals of a Sufi Order
SONATA NO. 1, Op. 67 (1943).
SONATA NO. 2, Op 82, (1951) (dedicated to P. D. Ouspensky’s ideas of the Fourth Dimension)
TWO NOCTURNES, Op. 84 (1953).
FOUR SERENADES, Op. 86 (1955).

Voice and Piano

AUSONIUS (4th century), Op. 13 (1915). Suite of four poems. (See “VOICE and ORCHESTRA’. )
A LA LUNE, Op. 18 (1915). Words by Shelley.
DEUX PLEUREUSES, Op. 64 (1940). Melodies for voice without words, played by Pablo Casals. (See “CHAMBER MUSIC’. )
FOUR MELODIES, Op. 17 (1915). Words by Anna Achmatova.
FOUR SONGS, Op. 12 (1915). Words by Balmont.
FRAGMENT OF PROUST, Op. 70 (1943).
FLOWER OF A POET, Op. 59 (1937). Words by Pouchkine.
SEPT PAYSAGES TRISTES, Op. 69 (1941). Words by P. Verlaine.
ROMANCE, in the style of the year 1830, Op. 55 (1936).
SECOND FRAGMENT OF PROUST, Op. 79.
SIX COMMENTARIES ON ULYSSES by James Joyce.
SONNET DE RONSARD, Op. 54 (1934) (Les Amours de Casandre ).
TROIS BALLADES
BALLADE, Op. 47a (1934). Words by Adamovitch.
NOS CHANTS SONT NES (A song is born), Op. 47b (1934).
CHANT DE LA MERE D’UN CONSCRIT, Op. 47c (1934).
CHANTS BULGARES, Op. 46 (1936). Words by Balmont.
THREE MAORI SONGS, Op. 15 (1915) (Impressions of Gaugin ).
THREE POEMS OF SHELLEY, Op. 52 (1936) (also orchestra version ).
HYMN OF PAN
TIME
INDIAN SERENADE
TWO SPANISH SONGS, Op. 19 (1916).
TWO RUSSIAN SONGS, Op. 21 (1916).
VISION DE POUCHKINE, Op. 17 (No. 4) from “Four Melodies” (1915).
POUR CHANTER A LA ROUTE D’ASSISE
THE BARREL-ORGAN GIRL
CRANES
FROM SHAKESPEARE
THREE ROMANCES FROM CHILDHOOD (1899).

Voice and Orchestra

AUSONIUS, Op. 13 (1915). Suite of four peems.
THREE POEMS OF SHELLEY, Op. 52 (1936).

Vocal Quartet or Chorus

LA TRAMUNTANA, Op. 80 (1949), for Soprano, Contralto, Tenor and Baritone, or mixed Chorus.