Works
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Orchestra
Publications
Tempo Costante (1970, 1980) (16') 
Lamentations (1985) (14')
Symphony of the Way, a tetralogy:
      Way to Olympus (1978, 1984), a symphony  (32')
      On the Threshold of a Bright World (1990, 2002), a symphony  (40') 
      Gentle Emanation (1991), a symphony  (35') 
      The Morning Star Arises (1993), a symphony  (40') 
Russian Anthem (1994)  (3')
Linany V (Miserere mei) (2003) (7’)
Linany V (Salve Regina) (2003) (6’)
Selected bibliography
Lyubetskaya
Selected works
CDs
Chorus  and  Orchestra
Lamentations (1986) (without text)  (14')
Scenes from “Sola Fide” (“By Faith Alone”, 1987)  (4 suites):
      1. Poet  (23')
      2. Dasha (28')
      3. Katya (29')
      4. The Terrible Days (Dies Irae) (24')
Requiem (1985-1988) – solo descant, 3 sopranos, tenor, baritone, boys’ choir (Latin text) (76')
Ave, Maria (1989) – solo soprano (Latin text) (7')
Miserere mei (2003) (Latin text) (7’)
Salve Regina (2003) (Latin text) (6’)
Ave, maris stella (2003) – solo soprano (Latin text) (8')
Soloist(s) with Orchestra
Concert of the 13 (1967) – solo piano (13')
In Memoriam (1968, 1984) – a symphony with solo violin (20')
A Symphony of Elegies (1977) – 2 solo violins  (43')
A Garland of Recitations (1975-1981) – solo flute, oboe, clarinet or saxophone, bassoon (30')
Tristia I (1983) – romantic actor, solo piano, trumpet (text by Nikolai Gogol)  (17')
Gurian Hymn (1986) – 3 solo violins  (13')
Ave, Maria (1989) – solo soprano (Latin text) (7')
Pietà (1992,1996) – solo cello  (22')
Ave Atque Vale (1997) – solo percussion  (13'0'')
Tristia II (1997, 1998) – romantic actor, solo piano (text by Nikolai Gogol)  (28')
In Spe (1996-) – a symphony with solo cello
Ave, maris stella (2003) – solo soprano (Latin text) (8')
Chorus
As in Spring in the Woods (children choir) (1970) (text by Semion Vigdorov) (3’)
Daw-Skipjack (children choir) (1970) (text by Semion Vigdorov) (3')
Lamentations (1986) (without text) (14')
Ave, Maria (1989) – solo soprano (Latin text)  (7')
Miserere mei (2003) (Latin text) (7’)
Salve Regina (2003) (Latin text) (6’)
Ave, maris stella (2003) – solo soprano (Latin text) (8')
Instrumental  Ensemble
Scenes (1971) – violin, clarinet, percussion, piano, contrabass  (13')
Variations: Nestling Antsali (1974) – flute, piano  (7')
Five Pieces (1975) – clarinet, piano (7')
Autumn Sonatina (1975) – flute, or oboe, or clarinet, or saxophone and piano (5')
Capriccio on the ’75 New Year’s Eve (1975) – saxophones soprano and baritone, vibraphone (18')
Romantic Capriccio (1976) – French horn, piano  (5')
Totem (1976) – 6 percussion players  (12')
Sunday Sonata (1977) – bassoon, piano (12')
Litany I (1977) – saxophone quartet  (4’30'’)
Awakening (1978) – 2 solo violins  (12')
A Sonata of Meditations (1978) – 4 percussion players (28')
Woodland Ringings (1978) – 2 piano  (12')
Litany II (1981) – 3 flutes, alto flute  (4') 
Un Rondò ondoso di rondone (1981) – alto saxophone, piano  (12')
Star Wind (1981) – flute, horn, glockenspiel, piano, violin, cello (14')
Romantic Capriccio (1976, 1982) – French horn, piano, string quartet  (7')
Hymns of Sudden Wafts (1983) – saxophones soprano and tenor (one player), harpsichord, piano (26')
Hymns of Fiery Touches (1994) – violin, cello, harpsichord, piano, glockenspiel, plate bells  (9')
Litany IV (1999) – bell tower, glockenspiel, string quartet  (8’30'’)
Voice  and  Instruments
Two folk tunes (1959?, 1986) – soprano or mezzo-soprano, cello, piano (Russian folk texts) (4')
Songs-Amusements (1964) – soprano, piano (Russian folk texts)  (5’30'’)
Four Duets (1966) – soprano, mezzo-soprano, piano (Ashot Grashi) (8')
Northern Songs (1966) – mezzo-soprano, percussion, piano (Russian folk texts) (10') 
A Hymn to Jasmine Nights (1979) – soprano, piano (without text) (3')
Incantations (1981) – soprano, 4 percussion players (the composer’s texts) (18')
Mattinate (Morning Songs I,II) (1981) – soprano, flute, guitar, violin (without text) (15') 
Moonlight Dreams (1982), a cantata – mezzo-soprano, alto flute, cello, piano (Wan Wei, Li Bo, Ssu-K’ung Shu –
      in English) (18')
Ave, Maria (1989) – soprano, string quartet (Latin text)  (7')
Songs-Amusements (1964, 1993) – soprano, ensemble (Russian folk texts) (5’30'’)
Solo
Sonata (1966) – clarinet (6')
Confession (1971) – clarinet (16')
Recitation I (1975) – clarinet, or saxophone (3’20'’)
Recitation III (1977) – flute (2’30'’) 
Recitation IV (1977) – flute, or oboe, or clarinet, or saxophone (2’10'’)
Recitation V (1977) – bassoon (5')
Sonata Ricercata (1978) – percussion (5') 
Recitation IX (1980) – flute, or oboe, or clarinet, or saxophone (3')
Recitation X (1980) – flute, or oboe, or clarinet(3')
Preludes to Sonnets (1981) – piano  (10')
Recitation II (1981) – flute  (3')
Litany III (1986) – organ  (4')
Ave Atque Vale (1989) – percussion  (9')
Stage  Music
Expectation (1984), a ballet-nostalgia after paintings of Antoine Watteau  (50')
Sola Fide (By Faith Alone, 1987), ballet scenes after A.Tolstoy’s “The Road to Calvary”. Libretto by Valeriya
       Lyubetskaya and Vyacheslav Artyomov after an idea of Nikita Dolgushin (3 acts)
Serpent’s Kiss, a ballet. Libretto by Valeriya Lyubetskaya after Carlo Gozzi’s tale (2 acts, not finished)
Improvised  Music (recordings)
Archipelagos of Sounds in the Ocean of Time (1977) (ensemble “Astreya”)  (26')
Dolcissimo (1980)  (ensemble “Astreya”)  (20')
The Death Valley (1988)  (Vyacheslav Artyomov & Miles Anderson)  (23')