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at the concerts:

Violin Concerto #3
Honored artist of Crimea Aleksey Gulyanitsky, violin
Conductor Roman Belyshev. 2004

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Concerto for violin, piano and string orchestra
Ilya Kaler, violin. Leonid Bobylev, piano.
Chamber orchestra Ricercar, conductor Yury Nikolaevsky
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Small Hall, 1982

1st mov.     15'50"
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2nd mov.     09'58"
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3rd mov.     07'08"
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Concerto for solo Violin
Honored artist of Russia Sergey Kravchenko, violin
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Small Hall, 1996

1st mov.     05'32"
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2nd mov.     06'39"
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3rd mov.     06'24"
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4th mov.     04'51"
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De Profundis, symphonic poem (Aral sea memory)
Lille National Symphony Orchestra, conductor J. Casadesus (2009)        12:45
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…Of Schubert…
fantasy for piano in 4 hands
Yulia Riabova, Larissa Shilovskaya
Moscow Conservatory, Rachmaninov Hall



on CDs:

Leonid Bobylev. Selected works Leonid Bobylev. Selected works
© & ℗ 2013 Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire
SMC CD 0142


  1. Ritournelles, concerto for piccolo clarinet and percussion ensemble (1989)        13.38
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  2. Росо а росо, concerto for cello and chamber orchestra (2001)        13.29
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  3. From Mandelstam, five poems for eight performers (1978)       12.16
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  4. Post auditum, Konzertstück for piano and chamber orchestra (1996)      15.21
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  5. Unfinished Bagatelles for Chamber Orchestra and an Old Upright Piano (2009)        16.03
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Oleg Tantsov, clarinet (1)
Olga Galochkina, cello (2)
Elena Dimitriu-Vasilieva, soprano (3)
Yulia Ryabova, piano (4)
Mona Haba, piano (5)
'Studio for New Music' ensemble, conductor Igor Dronov

Live in Rachmaninov Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatoire
December 12, 2009





Polyphonic music by composers – professors of Moscow Conservatoire
© & ℗ 2009 Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire
SMC CD 0104


17-23. Leonid Bobylev. Diatonic Polyphony
             Yulia Ryabova, piano

I.         3.03
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II.        3.44
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III.       5.34
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IV.       2.16
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V.        4.33
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Kremer / Ysaye; Malinin / Prokofiev. VoxBox CDX 5115. 1994Kremer / Ysaye; Malinin / Prokofiev
Melodiya recording. Date: 1981(P). Vox Box: CDX 5115, 1994


CD-2: Vladimir Malinin (Violin)

4. Leonid Bobylev: Foreshortenings for violin and piano
With Leonid Bobylev: piano
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Video Recordings





Dialogue (Sonata #3) for violin and piano
world premiere
Simon Smith (violin), Yuliya Riabova (piano)
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory
Nikolay Myaskovsky Concert Hall
29 October 2018




«…With the last kissing…», the farewell of Lara with Yury,
dramatic scene based on the novel "Doctor Zhivago" by Boris Pasternak

Victoria Shereshevskaya (mezzo-soprano), Yuliya Riabova (piano)
Paris, salle Cortot. 15 February 2018




«The Water Color Drawings», the cycle of poems by Paul Verlaine
Victoria Shereshevskaya (mezzo-soprano), Liana Gurdzhia (violin)
Anatoly Liberman (cello), Yuliya Riabova (piano)
Paris, salle Cortot. 15 February 2018




Concerto grosso #3 – "Viennese musical box"
Honored artist of The Republic of Crimea Alexei Gulyanitsky (violin)
Laureates of international competitions Anna Sazonkina (viola) and Yuliya Cherpakova (piano)
Cantus firmus chamber orchestra, conductor Alexander Khurgin
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Rachmaninov Hall
September 14, 2016




Concerto for Solo Viola and String Orchestra
2nd edition (2012) — world premiere
Yury Tkanov (альт), Lugansk Art&Culture Academy Chamber Orchestra,
conductor Alexander Schurov
Lugansk, 13 February 2016




'Kharmsiada', fantasy based on ascribed to Daniil Kharms
'Literary anecdotes' and his poems

Soloist Tatiana Bukun. Directed by Sergey Kolesnikov
Studio for New Music ensemble, conductor Vladimir Gorlinsky
Moscow House of Composers, October 16, 2014




Four Preludes and Fugues from the piano cycle 'Diatonic Polyphony'
Yulia Ryabova, piano
The Centre de Russie pour la Science et la Culture à Paris, France
May 21, 2014
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'…With the last kissing…', monologue for voice and piano
Elena Gaburi – soprano, Yulia Ryabova – piano
The Centre de Russie pour la Science et la Culture à Paris, France
May 21, 2014
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Salut, Satie!, divertimento-allusion for clarinet, violin, violoncello, piano and singer
Yu. Ryabova (piano), E. Gaburi (soprano), V. Chizhik (violin), K. Manaev (cello), H. Kleda (clarinet).
The Centre de Russie pour la Science et la Culture à Paris, France
May 21, 2014
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Concerto grosso #3 – "Viennese musical box"
Laureate of international competitions Alexei Gulyanitsky (violin)
Laureate of international competitions Anna Sazonkina (viola)
Konstantin Shiryaev (piano)
The First Symphony Orchestra
Artistic Director and Principal Conductor — Sergey Zheludkov
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Small Hall
April 26, 2011




Piano Sonata No.1 'Nottata' (1993)
Elena Fedyanina, piano
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory
Nikolay Myaskovsky Concert Hall
April 22, 2008




Piano Sonata No.2 'Ricercata' (2004)
Mona Khaba, piano
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory
Nikolay Myaskovsky Concert Hall
April 22, 2008




'Rakursy' (Foreshortenings) for violin and piano
Chingiz Khannanov (violin), Elena Fedyanina (piano)
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory
Nikolay Myaskovsky Concert Hall
April 22, 2008




'Nepredvidennaya muzyka' (Unforeseen Music) for oboe, cello and vibraphone
Andrey Godik (oboe), Natalia Timofeeva (cello), Nikolay Drozd (vibraphone)
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory
Nikolay Myaskovsky Concert Hall
April 22, 2008




Adagio in A minor for chamber ensemble
'Studio for New Music', ensemble of soloists
Conductor — Igor Dronov
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory
Nikolay Myaskovsky Concert Hall
April 22, 2008




'…With the Last Kissing…', mono-opera
libretto by L. Bobylev after the novel by B. Pasternak "Doctor Zhivago"
Tatiana Bukun, soprano; Sergey Kolesnikov, director
Staging of 'Kvadratnoe koleso (The Square Wheel)' Theatre
Russian National Library, Saint Petersburg
December 8, 2007




Bagatellen (1972)
Leonid Bobylev, piano
Recital of the composer
Tula Regional Philharmony
April 22, 2007




Two Japanese Tales on the poems by Arseny Tarkovsky (1977)
Yakov Nuskolter, tenor
Leonid Bobylev, piano
Recital of the composer
Tula Regional Philharmony
April 22, 2007




"Soldier's Songs" for the male vocal ensemble (2005)
"Svetoch" (Сresset) male vocal ensemble
Recital of the composer
Tula Regional Philharmony
April 22, 2007




'The Lost Hunt', chamber opera
Libretto by T.Vershinina and L.Bobylev after prose by Viktor Astafiev




«The Tula Fair», fantasia for russian folk orchestra (1994)
Russian folk orchestra 'Tula', conductor Sergei Saksin
Recital of the composer
Tula Regional Philharmony, 2003.




«OBERIUT–Suite» (1988)
Five romances for the male voice and piano by the poems of N. Oleinikov
Gennady Shevyrev, basso
Marina Voronina, piano
Recital of the composer
Tula Regional Philharmony, 2003



Six monologues by the poems of A. Akhmatova (1972)
Tatiana Sheveleva, voice
Immanuil Umansky, piano
Recital of the composer
Tula Regional Philharmony, 2003




«Quasi menuetto» (1984)
Yakov Soloviev, piano
Recital of the composer
Tula Regional Philharmony, 2003




Cantata of George Sviridov's memory for chorus a cappella (2002)
Tula State Choir
Conductor Georgy Augustinovich
Soloists: Yakov Nuskolter, Elena Bokatueva

 

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