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CDK Music will consider recordings of compositions by Evgeni Kostitsyn for possible release. CDK catalogue (www.cdkmusic.com) features the most significant Russian artists in classical music: Svetlanov, Rostropovich, Richter, Bashmet, Pletnev, Oistrakh, Rozhdestvensky, Fedoseyev, Kremer, Gutman, Kagan and others. Two Kostitsyn's albums released by CDK Music are bestsellers of CDK catalogue.
  • 23 Preludes and Fugues for piano.
    Inspired by the cycles of 24 Preludes and Fugues by Bach and Shostakovich.
  • “3 Vectors” for any wind instrument and piano.
  • “A Goodbye Kiss” for symphony orchestra. Inspired by Muntadhar al-Zaidi and GW Bush.
  • “Address to the Nation”(“George’s Big Bike Ride”, “On Duty” and “Address to the Nation”), a vocal cycle for soprano, tenor and piano. Lyrics by Condoleezza Rice and George W. Bush.
  • “Ali Baba and the Seventy Virgins”, a ballet. It is a sequel to the Arabic fairy tale "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves".
  • American Requiem I for vocal soloists, two mixed choirs and symphony orchestra. Lyrics by Abraham Lincoln, GW Bush, Osama bin Laden, Amr Moussa, Walt Whitman, EE Cummings, Koran and Bible.
  • American Requiem II for violin, vocal sextet, symphony orchestra and actor.
  • American Requiem III for vocal soloists, mixed choir, large symphony orchestra and tape-recorder. Lyrics by TS Eliot ("The Journey of the Magi”) and anonymous authors.
  • “Children’s Album” for chamber orchestra.
  • Concert for piano and orchestra.
  • "Eat More Beans to Produce More Gas!" for tenor and chamber orchestra. A song for Eurovision contest. Lyrics by Evgeni Kostitsyn. In Russian, English and German.
  • “First Chapter, First Verse” for piano quintet and trumpet.
  • Flute Quartet.
  • “From Guantanamo with Love” for whip, soprano, baritone, clarinet, violin and cello.
  • “Groundhog Phil Catches His Shadow” for flute and piano.
  • “How I Made This” for cl (Bb), bsn, tbn, tba, tam-tam, accordion, cello, listener, radio and painting.
    Based on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
  • “I Prevailed over the World” for vocal quartet and 3 trumpets. Texts of 4 Gospels in 4 languages: Aramaic, Old Greek, Old Russian and Russian.
  • “In Light Breathing” for saxophone quartet.
  • “In Memory of Alfred Hitchcock” for mixed choir and large symphony orchestra.
    Inspired by the aesthetics of film maker Alfred Hitchcock.
    Lyrics by Jesus Christ, Ronald Reagan and John Kerry.
  • “It Will Take Time to Restore Chaos” for symphony orchestra. Inspired by a  GW Bush speech.
  • “Knock!” for quintet of percussion instruments, accordion and tape recorder.
  • “Letters to a Dentist”, a vocal cycle for baritone and piano. Lyrics by Winston Churchill.
  • “Macondo Swing”, a ballet after the novel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, "One Hundred Years of Solitude".  
  • “Manna” for 5 tenors, 4 baritones, 3 basses, shawm and cow bells.
  • "March of Proud American Pedophiles" for symphony orchestra and tape-recorder.
  •  “Maverick in Afghanistan” for symphony orchestra and tape-recorder. Inspired by John McCain.
  • “Military and Funeral Marches” for symphony orchestra.
  • "Minute of Silence" for any cast of musicians.
  • “Na Pali Coast” (“Sea”, “Clouds” and “Rocks”) for organ.
  • “Numbers: Chapter 6” for mixed choir and chamber orchestra, in English.
  • “Offertorium” for piano, dedicated to Wolfgang Mozart.
  • Octet for 2 wind quartets.
  • "Pastorale" for two tubas and tape recorder.
  • Piano Sonata #1.
  • Piano Sonata #2.
  • Piano Sonata #3.
  • “Quaestia Temporis” for big band, drums, guitar, piano, bass guitar, violin and synthesizer.
  • "Quartet with Ivan" for clarinet, piano, violin, cello, tamburo militare, piatti, cassa, radio, tape, bottle of champagne, empty bottle and glasses.
  • "Quintet" for quartet of saxophones and piano.
  • Sonata for cello and piano.
  • Sonata for clarinet and piano.
  • Sonata for violin and piano.
  • Sonata for bassoon, viola, tape and chime-bells.
  • Sonata for bassoon and harp. Lyrics by Sasha Cherny. In Russian.
  • “Pushkin’s Romance” (String Quartet #1). Based on 8 love poems by Alexander Pushkin.
  • String Quartet #2B (to be).
  • String Quartet #3 for string quartet, vibraphone, timpani, piano, conga, jazz-batteria.
  • "In the Miro Style" (String Quartet #4)
  • "Tango Quartet" (String Quartet #5)
  • “Summer Night in Baghdad” for symphony orchestra.
  • Symphony #1 for two conductors and symphony orchestra.
  • Symphony #2, polytempo music for quintet (piano, flute, oboe, horn, bassoon) and orchestra.
  • Symphony #3 for chorus, orchestra and 9 conductors.
  • Symphony #4 for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, contrabassoon, soprano saxophone, baritone saxophone, 2 trumpets, horn, trombone, tuba, 2 percussionists, accordion, harp, piano, bass guitar, vocal sextet and strings 44444.
  • Symphony #5 for symphony orchestra, actors and audience.
  • Symphony #6 for symphony orchestra.
  • "Tango", a ballet.
  • "Tender as a Cloud", a ballet. 
  • “Thank You” for oboe, soprano, guitar and compere.
  • “The Golden Calf”, an opera after the novel of Ilf and Petrov. Libretto by Evgeni Kostitsyn. In Russian and English.
  • “The Old Man and the Sea”, a ballet after the novel by Ernest Hemingway.
  • "Tubophonia" for tuba and piano.
  • “Variations” for violin and bells.
  • “Vodka Erofeich” for baritone, 5 actors, author, brass-quintet and double bass.
  • “Water Formula” for tenor saxophone and double bass.