Composer
Alexander Lazarevich Lokshin
Recordings

"The Hungarian Fantasy" for Violin and SO. (1952)
  • 1952, Moscow, State Radio Orchestra, cond. Kurt Zanderling, soloist Julian Sitkovetsky

Variations for Piano. (1953, dedicated to Maria Grinberg)
  • Maria Grinberg

Quintet for Clarinet and String Quartet. (1955)
  • 1960, Moscow, Komitas-Quartet, soloist Ivan Mozgovenko

Symphony No.1 (Requiem) for SO and Mixed Chorus. On the medieval Latin text (Dies irae...). (1957)
  • 1987, Bournemouth, Bournemouth Choir and SO, cond. Rudolf Barshai
  • 1992, Paris, Orchestre National de France, Conductor Rudolf Barshai

Symphony No.3 for SO, Baritone and Man's Chorus. Verses by R.Kipling. (1966)
  • 1979, London, Choir and SO of BBC, cond. Gennady Rozhdestvensky, soloist Steven Roberts

Symphony No.4 (Sinfonia stretta) for SO. (1968)
  • 1976, Moscow, State Radio Orchestra, cond.Rudolf Barshai
  • 2000, July, Bremen, Bremen PO, Conductor Michel Swierczewski. CD BIS Records, 2000 & 2001

Symphony No.5 (Shakespeare's Sonnets) for Baritone, String Orchestra and a Harp. (1969)
  • 1969, Moscow, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, cond. Rudolf Barshai, soloist Jan Kratow
  • 1992, Moscow, Viacheslav Pochapsky, Bass-Baritone, and the Northern crown Soloists Ensemble, Artistic Director Igor Zaidenshnir, Conductor Vitali Kataev. CD LAD, 1992
  • MDR Kammerphilharmonie, cond. Peter Hirsch, soloist Klaus Mertens (broadcasted in SWR, Germany, on 27.05.2002)

Symphony No.7 for Contralto and Chamber Orchestra. Verses by ancient Japanese poets. (1972)
  • 1973, Moscow, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, cond. Rudolf Barshai, soloist Nina Grigorieva. CD Laurel Record, 1997.

"Margaret's Songs" for Soprano and SO. Verses by Boris Pasternak (translation of Goethe's Faust). (1973)
  • 1974, Moscow, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, cond. Rudolf Barshai, soloist Ludmila Sokolenko. CD Laurel Record, 1997.

Symphony No.8 for Tenor and SO. Verses by Alexander Pushkin ("The Songs of western Slavs"). (1973)
  • 1987, Moscow, Radio Orchestra, cond. Vladimir Ziva, soloist Alexei Martynov.

Symphony No.9 for Baritone and String Orchestra. Verses by Leonid Martynov. (1975)
  • 1976, Moscow, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, cond. Rudolf Barshai, soloist Yury Grigoriev

Symphony No.10 for Contralto, Mixed Chorus and SO. Verses by Nikolai Zabolotsky. (1976)
  • 1976, Moscow, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, cond. Rudolf Barshai, Moscow Boy's Choir (artistic director Boris Tevlin), soloist Nina Grigorieva. CD Laurel Record, 1997.

Symphony No.11 for Soprano and Chamber Orchestra.  Verses by Louis Camoens. (1976)
  • 1980, Moscow, Soloist's Ensemble of the State SO, cond. Gennady Rozhdestvensky, soloist Ludmila Sokolenko.

String Quintet for two violins, two violas and cello (1978)
  • 1992, The Northern crown Soloists Ensemble, Artistic Director Igor Zaidenshnir, Conductor Vitali Kataev, Moscow. CD LAD, 1992

"Three Scenes from Goethe's Faust" for Soprano and SO. Verses by Boris Pasternak (translation of Goethe's "Faust"). (1980)
  • 1998, Köln, Ensemble "Resonanz", cond. Rudolf Barshai, soloist Elena Prokina
  • 2000, July, Bremen, Bremen PO, Conductor Michel Swierczewski, soloist Vanda Tabery. CD BIS Records, 2000 & 2001

Quintet "From Lyrics by Francois Villon" for Tenor and String Quartet (1981)
  • 1992, Moscow, The Northern crown Soloists Ensemble, Artistic Director Igor Zaidenshnir, Conductor Vitali Kataev. CD LAD, 1992

Prélude and Theme with Variations for Piano. (1982, dedicated to Elena Kuschnerova)
  • 1989, Elena Kuschnerova, Moscow, Rachmaninov Hall of the Moscow Conservatory (amateur live recording)
  • 1989, Elena Kuschnerova, Amsterdam (unedited studio recording)
  • 1984, Elena Kuschnerova, Baden-Baden (studio)
  • 2001, Elena Kuschnerova, Toblach (live)

Three Poems by Fyodor Sologub for Soprano and Piano. (1983)
  • 1989, Raisa Levina, Soprano and Elena Kuschnerova, piano, Moscow, Rachmaninov Hall of the Moscow Conservatory (amateur live recording)