List of Shostakovich’s Works

My working list of Shostakovich’s complete compositions, based mainly on Laurel Fay’s Shostakovich: A Life with some additional entries from Wikipedia and other sources.  Subject to updates as I go.

Scherzo in F-sharp minor for orchestra, op. 1 (1919)
Eight Preludes for piano, op. 2 — LOST (1920)
Five Preludes for piano, sans opus (1921)
Three Pieces for Piano (Minuet, Prelude and Intermezzo), sans opus (1920)
Orchestration of “I Waited in the Grotto by Rimsky-Korsakov” for soprano and orchestra, sans opus (1921)
Theme and Variations in B-flat major, op. 3 (1922)
Two Fables after Krilov, op. 4 (1922)
Three Fantastic Dances, op. 5 (1922)
Suite in F-sharp minor for two pianos, op. 6 (1922)
Scherzo in E-flat major for orchestra, op. 7 (1924)
Piano Trio No. 1 in C minor, op. 8 (1923)
Three Pieces for cello and piano, op. 9 — LOST (1924)
Symphony No. 1 in F minor, op. 10 (1925)
Prelude and Scherzo for string octet, op. 11 (1925)
Piano Sonata No. 1, op. 12 (1926)
Aphorisms, op. 13 (1927)
Symphony No. 2 in B Major, Dedication to October, op. 14 (1927)
The Nose, op. 15 (1928)
“Tahiti-trot” (“Tea for Two” by Vincent Youmans), op. 16 (1927)
Two Pieces by Scarlatti, op. 17 (1928)
New Babylon, op. 18 (1929)
The Bedbug, excerpts, op. 19 (1929)
Symphony No. 3, First of May, op. 20 (1929)
Six Romances on Texts by Japanese Poets, op. 21 (1928-1932)
The Golden Age, op. 22 (1930)
Two Pieces for Erwin Dressel’s Opera Poor Columbus, op. 23 (1929)
The Gunshot, op. 24 — UNAVAILABLE (1929)
Virgin Soil, op. 25 — LOST (1930)
Alone, op. 26 (1931)
The Bolt, op. 27 (1931)
Rule, Britannia!, op. 28 (1931)
Two Pieces for string quartet, sans opus (1931)
Orchestration of the overture to The Green Guild, sans opus — UNAVAILABLE (1931)
Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District, op. 29 — Acts 1, 2, 3, and 4 (1928-1932)
The Golden Mountains, suite, op. 30a (1931)
Declared Dead, suite, op. 31a (1931)
The Big Lightning, sans opus (1932; unfinished)
Hamlet, op. 32 (1932)
Counterplan, op. 33 (1932)
24 Preludes for piano, op. 34 (1933)
Piano concerto No. 1, op. 35 (1933)
The Tale of the Priest and His Worker, Blockhead, op. 36 (1934)
The Human Comedy, excerpts, op. 37a (1934)
Orango, sans opus — UNAVAILABLE (early 1930s; unfinished)
Love and Hatred, op. 38 (1934)
The Limpid Stream, op. 39 (1934-1935)
Sonata in D minor for cello and piano, op. 40 (1934) (Hamilton Cheifetz and Janet Guggenheim in concert, 3/3/2011)
Moderato for cello, sans opus (1930s)
Maxim’s Youth, op. 41 (1934)
Suite for Jazz Orchestra no. 1, sans opus (1934)
Girlfriends, op. 41a (1935)
Five Fragments, op. 42 (1935)
Symphony No. 4, op. 43 (1936)
Salute to Spain, op. 44 (1936)
The Return of Maxim, op. 45 (1937)
Four Romances on Verses by Pushkin, op. 46 (1937)
Symphony No. 5, op. 47 (1937)  (Portland Youth Philharmonic in concert (second movement), 9/2/2010)
Volochayev Days, op. 48 (1937)
String quartet no. 1, op. 49 (1938)
The Vyborg District, op. 50 (1938)
Friends, op. 51 — UNAVAILABLE (1938)
The Great Citizen, 1st series, op. 52 (1937)
The Man with a Gun, op. 53 (1938)
Suite for Jazz Orchestra no. 2, sans opus (1938)
Suite from the Maxim film-trilogy, sans opus (1938)
Symphony No. 6, op. 54 (1939)
The Great Citizen, 2nd series, op. 55 (1939)
The Silly Little Mouse, op. 56 (1939)
Seven Finnish Folk Songs for soprano, tenor and small orchestra, sans opus (1939)
Transcription of Symphony of Psalms by Stravinsky for two pianos, sans opus (1930s)
Piano Quintet, op. 57 (1940)
Orchestration of Boris Gudonov by Modest Mussorgsky, op. 58 (1940)
Three Pieces for solo violin, sans opus — LOST? (1940)
Orchestration of “The Excursion Train Polka” by Johann Strauss II, sans opus (1940)
King Lear, op. 58a (1941)
The Adventures of Korzinkina, op. 59 (1941)
Symphony No. 7, op. 60 (1941)
Oath to the People’s Commissar, sans opus (1941)
Song of a Guard’s Division, sans opus — UNAVAILABLE? (1941)
27 Romances and Songs Arrangements, sans opus (1941)
Orchestration of polka for harp duet in F-sharp minor by Mily Balakirev, sans opus (1941)
The Gamblers, sans opus (unfinished) (1942)
Piano sonata No. 2, op. 61 (1943)
Six Romances on Verses by English Poets, op. 62 (1942)
Native Leningrad Suite, op. 63 (1942)
Solemn March in D-Flat major for military band, sans opus (1942)
“Glory to Our Soviet Homeland”, sans opus (1943)
Zoya, op. 64 (1944)
Symphony No. 8, op. 65 (1943)
Patriotic Song after Dolmatovsky, sans opus (1943)
“Song About the Red Army” after Golodny, sans opus (1943)
Orchestration of Eight British and American Folk Songs, sans opus (1943)
Russian River, op. 66 (1944)
Piano Trio No. 2, op. 67 (1944)
String quartet no. 2, op. 68 (1944)
“A Toast to Our Motherland”, sans opus (1944)
“The Black Sea”, sans opus (1944)
Orchestration of Rothschild’s Violin by Veniamin Fleischmann, sans opus (1944)
Children’s Notebook for piano, op. 69 (1945)
“Murzilka” for piano, sans opus (1944 – 1952?)
Abandoned movement of Symphony No. 9, sans opus, arr. Mark Fitz-Gerald (1945)
Symphony No. 9, op. 70 (1946)
Simple People, op. 71 (1945)
Victorious Spring, op. 72 (1946)
String quartet no. 3, op. 73 (1946)
Poem of the Motherland, op. 74 (1947)
The Young Guard, op. 75 (1948)
Pirogov, op. 76 (1947)
Violin Concerto No. 1, op. 77 (1948)
Michurin, op. 78 (1948)
From Jewish Folk Poetry, song cycle, op. 79 (1948)
Encounter at the Elbe, op. 80 (1948)
Song of the Forests, op. 81 (1949)
The Fall of Berlin, op. 82 (1949)
String quartet no. 4, op. 83 (1949)
Ballet Suite No. 1, sans opus, arr. Lev Atovmyan (1949)
Merry March for two pianos, sans opus (1949)
Two Romances on Verses by Lermontov, op. 84 (1950)
Belinsky, op. 85 (1950)
Four Songs to Words by Dolmatovsky, op. 86 (1950)
“Our Song”, sans opus (1950)
24 Preludes and Fugues for piano, op. 87 (1951)
Ten Poems on Texts by Revolutionary Poets, op. 88 (1951)
The Unforgettable Year 1919, op. 89 (1951)
Ballet Suite No. 2, sans opus, arr. Lev Atovmyan (1951)
Ballet Suite No. 3, sans opus, arr. Lev Atovmyan (1951)
Ten Russian Folksongs, sans opus (1951)
“The Homeland Hears”, sans opus (1951)
The Sun Shines on Our Motherland, op. 90 (1952)
Four Monologues on Verses by Pushkin, op. 91 (1952)
String quartet no. 5, op. 92 (1952)
Seven Doll’s Dances for piano, sans opus (1952)
Symphony No. 10, op. 93 (1953)
Ballet Suite No. 4, sans opus, arr. Lev Atovmyan (1953)
Concertino for two pianos, op. 94 (1953)
Greek Songs, sans opus (1953)
Song of the Great Rivers (Unity), op. 95 (1954)
Festive Overture, op. 96 (1954)
Hamlet, sans opus (1954)
“October Dawn”, sans opus (1954)
The Gadfly, op. 97 (1955)
Five Romances on Verses by Dolmatovsky, op. 98 (1954)
The First Echelon, op. 99 (1956)
Spanish Songs, op. 100 (1956)
String quartet no. 6, op. 101 (1956)
Suite for Variety Orchestra, sans opus (after 1956)
Piano Concerto No. 2, op. 102 (1957)
Symphony No. 11, The Year 1905, op. 103 (1957)
“Cultivation”, Two Russian Folk Song Arrangements, op. 104 (1957)
Eleven Variations on a Theme by Glinka for piano, sans opus (1957)
Moscow, Cheryomushki, op. 105 (1958)
Orchestration of Khovanshchina by Modest Mussorgsky for film, op. 106 (1959)
Cello concerto no. 1, op. 107 (1959)
String quartet no. 7, op. 108 (1960)
Satires (Pictures of the Past), op. 109 (1960)
String quartet no. 8, op. 110 (1960)  (Pacifica Quartet in concert, 1/11/2011)
Five Days – Five Nights, op. 111 (1960)
Novorossiisk Chimes, sans opus (1960)
Symphony No. 12, The Year 1917, op. 112 (1961)  (San Francisco Symphony in concert, 10/28/2010)
Symphony No. 13, Babi Yar, op. 113 (1962)
Orchestration of Songs and Dances of Death by Modest Mussorgsky, sans opus (1962)
The Lady and the Hooligan, sans opus (1962)
Katerina Izmailova, op. 114 (revision of Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District) (1963)
Overture on Russian and Khirghiz Folk Themes, op. 115 (1963)
Hamlet, op. 116 (1964)
String quartet no. 9, op. 117 (1964)
String quartet no. 10, op. 118 (1964)  (Pacifica Quartet in concert, 1/10/2011)
The Execution of Stepan Razin, op. 119 (1964)
A Year Is Like a Lifetime, op. 120 (1965)
Five Romances on Texts from the Magazine Krokodil, op. 121 (1965)
String quartet no. 11, op. 122 (1966)
“Preface to the Complete Collection of My Works and Brief Reflections on this Preface”, op. 123 (1966)
Two Choruses after Davidenko, op. 124 (1962)
Orchestration of Cello Concerto in A minor by Robert Schumann, op. 125 (1963)
Cello concerto No. 2, op. 126 (1963)
Seven Romances on Poems by Blok, op. 127 (1967)
Romance “Spring, Spring” to Verses by Pushkin, op. 128 (1967)
Violin concerto No. 2, op. 129 (1967)
Funeral-Triumphal Prelude for orchestra, op. 130 (1967)
October, symphonic poem, op. 131 (1967)
Sofya Perovskaya, op. 132 (1967)
String quartet no. 12, op. 133 (1967)
Sonata for Violin and Piano, op. 134 (1968)
Antiformalist Rayok, sans opus (1968?)
Symphony No. 14, op. 135 (1969)
Orchestration of Cello Concerto No. 1 by Boris Tishchenko, sans opus (1969)
Loyalty, eight ballads after Dolmatovsky, op. 136 (1970)
King Lear, op. 137 (1970)
String Quartet No. 13, op. 138 (1970)
March of the Soviet Militia for military band, op. 139 (1970)
Intervision, sans opus (1971)
Six Romances on Verses by English Poets for bass and chamber orchestra, op. 140 (orchestration of op. 62) 1971
Symphony No. 15, op. 141 (1971)
String quartet no. 14, op. 142 (1971)
Transcription of Serenada by Gaetano Braga, sans opus (1972)
Six Poems by Marina Tsvetayeva, op. 143 (1974)
String quartet No. 15, op. 144 (1974)
Suite on Verses by Michelangelo Buonarroti, op. 145 (1975)
Four verses of Captain Lebyadkin, op. 146 (1975)
Orchestration of Beethoven’s Arrangement (Op. 75 No. 3) of Mephistopheles’s Song of the Flea, sans opus (1975)
Sonata for Viola and Piano, op. 147 (1975)

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