Repertoire

In Dmitri’s repertoire are various pieces of different composers from the Baroque to the Modern age. He is constantly expanding his repertoire by learning new pieces.

O r i g i n a l  M u s i c:

SOLO GUITAR

Dmitri Timoshenko

- “Kizomba” (inspired by the West African music)

- “Brothers”

- “7 Stories from the Village”

- “Theme, Variations and Finale (Tribute to Ilya Muromets a bogatyr)”

- “Five Small Lapish Sonatas” (inspired by Lapish traditional music)

- “Knocking on Heart’s Door”

- “The Seasons” (inspired by the nature of Lapland)

- “The Tree” (inspired by the Persian music)

- “6 Varieties of Love” set of 6 small pieces for solo guitar (inspired by the Ancient Greece)

- “The Mystic River”

GUITAR DUO

- “Once Upon a Time in Russia”

- “The Miraculous Monk” (commissioned by the Vanalinna hariduskolleegium)

- “Un Reve”

- “I and Thou” (orig. for two violins. Inspired by the West African music)

- “Farewell” arr. for two guitars (orig. piano solo)

FOUR GUITARS

- “The Bee and the Flower” for four guitars and narrator (a fairy tale for kids and parents)

OTHER

- “Там, Где Вечно Дремлет Тайна…” (“Where Mystery Eternally Asleep…” trans. D.T.) for soprano, guitar and double bass. Text: Sergei Essenin

- “Кровь Бежит по Томным Жилам…” (“Blood Runs Through the Languid Veins…” trans. D.T.) for lute and soprano. Text: Georgy Ivanov (commissioned by the L’Association des concerts de musique ancienne, Christine Gabrielle Madar)

- “Fugue in G-Major” for string quartet

- “Kizomba” for English horn and guitar

- Suite “In the Dream” for English horn and guitar (commissioned by the Duo Telluur)

- “The Laughing Song” – for guitar and soprano. Text: William Blake

- “Farewell” – for solo piano

 

Renaissance:

Francesco da Milano – “Ricercare” and “Fantasia”

John Dowland – “Lachrimae Pavan”

Baroque:

J.S. Bach – “a-minor Sonata” for solo violin (arr. Timo Korhonen)

J.S. Bach – “g-minor Sonata” for solo violin (arr. Timo Korhonen)

Romanticism:

Mauro Giuliani – “Rossiniana No.3″

F. Chopin – “Nocturne op. 9 no. 2″ (arr. F. Tarrega)

Miguel Llobet – “Catalan Songs”

Kaspar Mertz – “Bardenklänge” opus

Moreno-Torroba – pieces from collection – “Spanish Castles”

Isaac Albeniz – “Granada” and “Sevilla”

Miguel Llobet – “Catalan Songs”

Enrique Granados – “Valses Poéticos”

Joaquin Turina – “Sevillana”

Hector Villa-Lobos – “Etudes”

Hector Villa-Lobos – “5 Preludes”

Manuel Ponce – “Prelude and Ballet”

Modern:

Leo Brouwer – “Etudes I – XX”

Toru Takemitsu – “All in twilight”

T. Takemitsu – “To The Edge Of Dream” for guitar and Orchestra

Carlo Domeniconi – “Variations on Anatolian folk song”

Toshio Hosokawa – “Japanese Ancient Songs”

Estonian music:

Riho Esko Maimets – “Aftermath” (written for Dmitri Timoshenko)

Vsevolod Pozdejev – “Poem for Guitar” (written for D. T.)

René Eespere – “Evocatio”

Guitar duo:

J.S.Bach – “Inventions” (arr. for guitar)

Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco – “Preludes ja Fugas”

Antoine de Lhoyer – “Duo Concertante op.1″

Antonio Ruiz-Pipó – “Homenaje a Villa-Lobos”

P. Tchaikovsky – “Seasons” (selected pieces, arr. Dmitri Timoshenko)

A. Scriabin – “Preludes” op. 74 (selected pieces, arr. D.T.)

Manuel de Falla – “Spanish Dance No. 1″

Paolo Bellinati – “Jongo”

Riho Esko Maimets – “Prayer of Quiet” (written for D. T. and Vahur Kubja)

Astor Piazzolla – “Adios Nonino”, “Cafe 1930″

Astor Piazzolla – “Tango Suite” for Two Guitars

René Eespere – “Ante Diem” for Two Guitars

Duo with a cellist:

A. Piazzolla – “Cafe 1930″

F. Schubert – “Sonata Arpeggione” (arr. Timo Korhonen)

J.S. Bach-Gounod – “Ave Maria”

 

LISTEN TO EXAMPLES:

John Dowland – “Lachrimae Pavan”

 

Vsevolod Pozdejev – “Poem For Guitar” (Poeem kitarrile)

 

René Eespere – “Evocatio”

 

Dmitri Timoshenko – “Knockin’ On Heart’s Door”

 

Dmitri Timoshenko – “I and Thou” (played by Angel Tomas-Ripoll and Dmitri Timoshenko)

 

More music played by Dmitri as well as his original compositions on YouTube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/user/Thenorthguitar