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Fantasia for jazz quartet Op. Twenty-Four Preludes for piano Op.
Ten Bagatelles for piano Op. Two Etude-like Trinkets for piano Op. A Little Duo for flute and cello Op. Berceuse for piano Op. Allegro for piano trio Op. Toccata for piano and orchestra Op. Sonatina for viola and piano Op. Ballad for piano Op. Concert Rhapsody for piano and orchestra Op. Theme and Variations for piano Op. A Pianist in Jeopardy for piano solo Op. Paraphrase on Dizzy Gillespie’s “Manteca” for two pianos, four hands Op. Concert for two pianos and percussion Op.
Suite for cello solo Op. Etude Courte mais Transcendente pour Piano Op.
Overture for big-band Op. Concerto for alto-saxophone and orchestra Op. Nocturne in G major for piano and orchestra Op. Rainy weather for piano solo Op. Variations for kapusin and big-band Op.
Works [ edit ] Op. Rondoletto for piano Op.
Twenty-four Preludes and Fugues for piano Op. Etude for piano and orchestra Op. Retrieved from ” https: Patorale for orchestra Op. Burlesque for cello and piano Op.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Curiosity for piano solo Op. Concerto for eleven instruments Op. Four Pieces for instrumental ensemble Op. Chamber Symphony for chamber orchestra Op. Introduction and Scherzino for cello solo Op. Six Little Preludes for piano solo Op. Variations on “Sweet Georgia Brown” for viola, alto-saxophone, piano and bass Op. Duet for alto-saxophone and cello Op.
Countermove for piano solo Op. Suite In the Old Style for piano Op. Piece for string quartet “The Last Attempt” Op. Divertissement for two flutes, cello and piano Op.
Ten Inventions for piano Op. Seven Polyphonic Pieces for piano the left hand Op.
List of compositions by Nikolai Kapustin
Piece for five saxophones and orchestra Op. Dialogue for solo piano Op. Freeway for piano solo Op. Concerto for cello and orchestra Op. Nearly Waltz for cello and piano Op.
List of compositions by Nikolai Kapustin – Wikipedia