List of Works

SYMPHONIC MUSIC WITH / WITHOUT SOLOIST(S) 
MODALIS I for orchestra (1979), Op.10
Duration: 15′. First performance: 1981, Satu Mare, State  Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor: Paul Popescu

AMBIANȚE, Concerto for string orchestra (1981), Op.15
Duration: 23′. First performance: 1982, Sibiu, State Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor: Dorin Frandeş

SYMPHONY NO 1 (1984), Op.21
Duration: 22′. First performance: 4.09.1985, Craiova, Oltenia Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor: Theodor Costin. Edited: Bucharest: Editura Muzicală, 1988

MODALIS II, Concerto per flauto e orchestra (1986), Op.26
Duration: 21’30”. First performance: 11.01.1987, Bucharest, Mihail Jora Concert Hall, Romanian National Radio Orchestra, conductor: Ludovic Bacs, soloist: Virgil Frâncu. Edited: Bucharest: Editura Muzicală, 1995. Recorded: Bucharest: ELECTRECORD ST-ECE 03790, 1991

SYMPHONY NO 2 (1987), Op.28
Duration: 21’30”. First performance: 31.03.1988, Bucharest, Mihail Jora Concert Hall, Romanian National Radio Orchestra, conductor: Cristian Brâncuşi. Recorded: Bucharest: ELECTRECORD ST-ECE 03790, 1991

SYMPHONY NO 3 (1994), Op.37
Duration: 22′. First performance: 19.01.2000, Bucharest, Mihail Jora Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, Romanian Radio Chamber Orchestra, conductor: Cristian Brâncuşi

SYMPHONY NO 4 (with organ) (2001), Op.47
Duration: 25′. First performance: 20.06.2004, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova, The International Festival Days of New Music, The Tele-Radio Moldova Company Symphony Orchestra, conductor: Gheorghe Mustea 

MOMENTE for string orchestra (2001), Op.48
Duration: 12’30”. First performance: 14.07.2001, Brăila, 5th International Festival MEETINGS OF NEW MUSIC, Maria Filotti Theatre, Constantin Silvestri Chamber Orchestra of Bucharest, conductor: Iosif Ion Prunner. Recorded: SMEI-UCMR: 2002

SAX-CONCERTO for saxophones(s) and orchestra (2004), Op.54
Duration: 17′. First performance: 26.05.2004, Bucharest, 14th International New Music Week, Mihail Jora Concert Hall, Romanian Chamber Radio Orchestra, conductor: Cristian Brâncuşi, soloist: Daniel Kientzy (France)

MODALIS III, Concerto for flute and flute orchestra (2006), Op.57
Duration: 13′. First performance: 22.03.2007, Paris, Cortot Concert Hall, Orchestre de Flûtes Français (OFF), conductor: Pierre-Alain Biget (France), soloist: Pierre-Yves Artaud (France). Work dedicated to Pierre-Yves Artaud and OFF. Commissioned by Pierre-Yves Artaud.

SIDE BY SIDE, Double Concerto for saxophone(s), viola and orchestra (2009-2010), Op.65
In memory of my parents: Maria și Emil Lerescu. Commissioned by Daniel Kientzy și Cornelia Petroiu.
Duration: 25′. First performance: 28.05.2010, Bucharest, Mihail Jora Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, 20th International Week of New Music, Romanian National Radio Orchestra, conductor: Horia Andreescu, soloists: Daniel Kientzy – saxophone(s) (France), Cornelia Petroiu – viola

SYMPHONY NO 5 (‘dreams’) (2012), Op.71
Duration: 22′. First performance: 23.05.2012, Bucharest, 22nd International Week of New Music, Mihail Jora Concert Hall, Romanian National Radio Orchestra, conductor: Tiberiu Soare

SYMPHONY NO 6 (2014-2015), Op.76, commissioned by The Union of Romanian Composers and Musicologists
Duration: 25′

VOCAL-SYMPHONIC MUSIC
CANTATA I for 3 concertino groups, tenor, baritone and vocal group of children (1979), Op.11
Duration: 12′. First performance: 1979, Bucharest, Orfeu Chamber Orchestra of the MUZICA Society, conductor: Radu Cozărescu

CANTATA II for soloists, mixed choir and orchestra (1988), Op.29
Duration: 15′. First performance: 1989, Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum, George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor: Horia Andreescu, soloists: Georgeta Stoleriu, Florin Diaconescu

CHAMBER MUSIC
LEGENDE for chamber ensemble (1977), Op.6
Duration: 10′. First performance: 1977, Bucharest, Alfred Alessandrescu Concert Hall, conductor: Sorin Lerescu

CVARTET DE COARDE Nr. 1 (String Quartet No 1) (1978), Op.8
Duration: 8′. First performance: 1978, Bucharest, ARTIS String Quartet. Edited: Ottawa, Canada: Lucian Badian Editions, 2001

SONATA PENTRU FLAUT ȘI PIAN (Sonata for flute and piano) (1978), Op.9
Duration: 12′. First performance: 1978, Bucharest, Dana Ivanciovici – flute, Viorica Boerescu – piano

MUZICĂ PENTRU SAXOFON ŞI PERCUŢIE (Music for saxophone and percussion) (1980), Op.12
Duration: 17′. First performance: 1980, Bucharest, Alfred Alessandrescu Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, Ilie Ştefănescu – saxophone, Gabriel Teodorescu – percussion – OMNIA concert

O ORĂ DE IUBIRE (An Hour of Love), song cycle for mezzo-soprano, bass and piano (1982), Op.16
Lyrics by Gheorghe Tomozei

I. Oră fără tine (An Hour Without You) for mezzo-soprano and piano
II. Amor livresc (Bookish Love) for bass and piano
III. Uitare (Oblivion) for mezzo-soprano and piano
IV. Sonuri (Sonorities) for mezzo-soprano and piano
V. Declin (Decline) for bass and piano
VI. Nu sîntem numai noi în sărut (We aren’t alone in a kiss) for mezzo-soprano, bass and piano

Duration: 27′. First performance: 1982, Bucharest, Casa de Cultură ‘Friedrich Schiller’ Kulturhaus – TRAIECT concert, soloists: Steliana Callos (mezzo-soprano), Pompei Hărăşteanu (bass), Mihai Vârtosu (piano). Edited: Zürich, Switzerland: CARCIOFOLI Verlagshaus, 1997

PHONOLOGOS II for keyboards, trombone, double bass, percussion and tape (1983), Op.17
Duration: 15′. First performance: 1983, Bucharest, Alfred Alessandrescu Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, TRAIECT Ensemble, conductor: Sorin Lerescu

SUNET-FORMĂ-CULOARE I for n instruments and tape (1983), Op.20
Duration: 10′. First performance: 1984, Darmstadt, Internationale Sommerkurse für Neue Musik, Georg Büchner Schule – CONCORDIA concert

SOLO-MULTIPLI – Music for a percussion player (1985), Op.24
Duration: 10′. First performance: 1985, Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum, Viorica Ciurilă – TRAIECT concert

CONFIGURAȚII, String Quartet No 2 (1988), Op.30 Duration: 15′. First performance: 1988, Bucharest, Alfred Alessandrescu Concert Hall, ARTIS String Quartet

PHONOLOGOS IV for 6 instrumentalists (1991), Op.31
Duration: 15’30”. First performance: 1991, Chişinău, ARCHAEUS Ensemble, conductor: Liviu Dănceanu

SUONO TEMPO for 9 instrumentalists (1991), Op.32
Duration: 15′. First performance1991, Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum – TRAIECT concert, conductor: Sorin Lerescu Recorded: Bucharest: ELECTRECORD ST-ECE, 1991
Edited: Ottawa, Canada: Lucian Badian Editions, 2001

REFLEX-QUATTRO for saxophone quartet (1992), Op.33
Duration: 10’35”. First performance: 1992, Bucharest, International New Music Week, Mihail Jora Concert Hall, Quatuor EMPHASIS (France)

EIKONA for 7 instrumentalists (1993), Op.34
Duration: 20′. First performance: 9.04.1993, Chişinău, The International Festival Days of New Music – TRAIECT concert, conductor: Sorin Lerescu

PHONOLOGOS V for 7 instrumentalists (1993), Op.35
Duration: 13’30”. First performance: 1994, Bucharest, Mihail Jora Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, TRAIECT Ensemble, conductor: Sorin Lerescu. Recorded: Bucharest, INTERCONT MUSIC – UCMR – ROR – IMMC 3010, 1997; SMEI-UCMR: 2002

LES JEUX SONT FAITS for instrumental ensemble (1995), Op.38
Duration: 13′ . First performance: 1996, Gent, Belgium, The International Festival of Contemporary Music, Royal Conservatory Concert Hall, TRAIECT Ensemble, conductor: Sorin Lerescu. Recorded: SMEI-UCMR: 2002

REFLEX 5 for percussion groups (1996), Op.39
Duration: 14′. First performance: 1997, Cluj-Napoca, Cluj Modern Festival, The Concert Hall of the Academy of Music, The Percussion Ensemble of the Cluj-Napoca Academy of Music led by Grigore Pop. Edited: Bucharest: Editura Muzicală, 2001; Ottawa, Canada: Lucian Badian Editions, 2001

PHONOLOGOS I pour des groupes instrumentaux (1996), Op.40
Duration: 15’30”. First performance: Bucharest, 1996, Alfred Alessandrescu Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, TRAIECT Ensemble, conductor: Sorin Lerescu

SIDE SHOW for trombone and chamber ensemble (1997), Op.42
Duration: 14’10”. First performance: 1997, Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum, TRAIECT Ensemble, conductor: Sorin Lerescu, soloist: Barrie Webb (United Kingdom). Recorded: SMEI-UCMR: 2002

TEMPERO for clarinet, percussion and tape (1999), Op.45
Duration: 10′. First performance: 30.05.1999, Bucharest, Cantacuzino Palace Hall, International New Music Week, Cristian Mancaş – clarinet, Georgeta Scurtu – percussion, TRAIECT concert. Edited: Ottawa: Lucian Badian Editions, 2001

DOPPIO… for instrumental ensemble (oboe, clarinet, bassoon, percussion, violin and violoncello) (1999), Op.46
Duration: 12′. First performance: 2000, Bucharest, ARCHAEUS Ensemble, conductor: Liviu Dănceanu. Edited: Ottawa, Canada: Lucian Badian Editions, 2001

SAILING for 7 instrumentalists (2002), Op.50
Commissioned by the MUSICA DANUBIANA Ensemble of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Duration: 8′. First performance: 20.11.2002, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Studio 14 of the Slovenian Radio, MUSICA DANUBIANA Ensemble led by Pavel Mihelcic.

PROPORTIONS II for flute and chamber ensemble (2002), Op.51
Work dedicated to Pierre Yves Artaud and to the TRAIECT New Music Group at its 20th anniversary.
Duration: 12′. First performance: 10.12.2002, Bucharest, Mihail Jora Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, TRAIECT New Music Group. Conductor: Sorin Lerescu. Soloist: Pierre Yves Artaud (France)

(DIS)CONTINUUM for instrumental ensemble and tape (2003), Op.52
Commissioned by the ARCHAEUS Ensemble
Duration: 8′. First performance: 21.09.2003, Bucharest, Mihail Jora Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, George Enescu International Festival, conductor: Liviu Dănceanu

VOICES for flute, clarinet, trombone and percussion (2003), Op.53
Duration: 8′. First performance: 24.05.2003, Bucharest, International New Music Week, Mihail Jora Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society
TRAIECT Ensemble: Alexandru Hanganu – flute, Cristian Mancaş – clarinet, Eugen Niţă – trombone, Georgeta Scurtu – percussion. Conductor: Sorin Lerescu

SOUL TRIO for alto saxophone, viola and piano (2005), Op.55
Duration: 9′. First performance: 11.01.2006, Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum, Studio Hall, Trio ALTO: Daniel Kientzy – saxophone (France), Cornelia Petroiu – viola, Mihai Vârtosu – piano

TOPOS for 14 instrumentalists (2006), Op.58
Duration: 9′. First performance: 31.05.2006, Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum. Commissioned by the International Festival Week of Contemporary Music, PROFIL Sinfonietta, conductor: Tiberiu Soare. Work dedicated to Dan Dediu and Ensemble PROFIL.

GEÖFFNETE AUGEN for instrumental ensemble (2007), Op.60                                    Duration: 8’3”. First performance: 19.05.2007, Sibiu, Thalia Hall of the State Philharmonic of Sibiu, International instrumental ensemble conducted by Dorel Pașcu-Rădulescu. Commissioned by the Romanian Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs and of the Union of Romanian Composers and Musicologists for Sibiu – Hermannstadt – European Capital of Culture 2007.

SOLI INSIEME for flute, percussion and piano (2007), Op.61
Duration: 10′. First performance: 26.05.2007, Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum, Week of Contemporary Music, Trio Contraste: Ionuț Ștefănescu – flute, Sorin Petrescu – piano, Doru Roman – percussion

FJORD for instrumental ensemble (2007), Op.62
Duration: 9′. First performance: 12.12.2007, Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum, 3rd MERIDIAN, ISCM-Romanian Section International Festival, CAPUT Sinfonietta (Iceland), conductor: Guðmundur Óli Gunnarsson (Iceland) 

ÉCHANTILLONS for instrumental quintet (2009), Op.66
Duration: 9′. First performance: 24.05.2009, Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum, 19th International New Music Week, Ensemble LINEA (France), conductor: Jean-Philippe Wurtz (France)

IMPRESSIONS, String Quartet no 3 (2010), Op.67
Duration: 15’30”. First performance: 16.12.2010, Bucharest, Cantacuzino Palace Hall, 6th MERIDIAN, ISCM-Romanian Section International Festival, Florilegium Quartet: Ioan Marius Lăcraru – violin I, Mălina Dandara – violin II, Maria Ciurduc – viola, Anca Vartolomei – violoncello

SOLITUDE (violin and piano) (2011), Op.68
Duration: 2’45”. First performance: 25.05.2014, Bucharest, “George Enescu” National College of Music, 24th International New Music Week, Ioana Popescu – violin, Mihnea Mlak Mărginean – piano

PHONOLOGOS VI for 2 accordions (2012), Op.72
Duration: 6′. First performance: 20.07.2012, Ţintea,  4th ‘Ţintea Muzicală’ Festival, Ţintea-Băicoi, Romania, Terhi Sjöblom, Marija Kandić (Finland)

SUONO TEMPO II for chamber ensemble (2012), Op.73  Duration: 10’30”. First performance: 7.10.2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia, UNICUM 2012 International Contemporary Music Festival, Slovenska filharmonija, Ensemble TRAIECT (Bucharest), conductor: Sorin Lerescu

PORTRAIT IMAGINAIRE pour mezzo-soprano, saxophone et piano (2013), Op.74
Duration:  4′. First performance:  8.06.2013, Paris, France, 36e Festival franco-anglais de poésie, Espace “59 Rivoli”, Anne Le Coutour – mezzo-soprano, Marc Sieffert – saxophone alto, Christine Marchais – piano. Lyrics: Hélène Dorion (Québec, Canada) – “Portrait imaginaire”

RELATIO for  tenor, flute, clarinet, cello and piano (2014), Op.75
Duration:  9′. First performance:  27.04.2014, Minneapolis, United States, Balkanicus: 10th Annual Concert of Balkan Contemporary Music, Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall – Ferguson Hall, University of Minnesota, Balkanicus Ensemble (Minneapolis): the tenor John De Haan, the cellist Nickolai Kolarov, the clarinetist Patrick O’Keefe, the flutist James DeVoll, the pianist Jill Dawe. Music Director: Nickolai Kolarov. Lyrics: Ioana Ieronim (Bucharest, Romania) – Relatio

SUNET-FORMĂ-CULOARE II for 12 instrumentalists and electronics (2016), Op.77
Duration: 12′. First performance: 29.05.2016, International Week of New Music, National University of Music Bucharest, George Enescu Hall, pAs cLassique Ensemble concert, conductor: Mircea Pădurariu

MODALIS IV for flute and flute ensemble (2017), Op.80
Duration: 12′. First performance: 27.05.2017, International Week of New Music, National University of Music Bucharest, Auditorium Hall, Flaut Power Ensemble, soloist and conductor: Ion Bogdan Ștefănescu

MUSIC FOR SOLO INSTRUMENT
PRELUDIU PENTRU PIAN (Prelude for piano) (1975), Op.1

RONDO (for piano) (1975), Op.2

DIPTIC PENTRU PIAN pe teme folclorice (Dyptich for Piano on folklorical themes) (1976), Op.3

VARIAŢIUNI PENTRU PIAN pe o temă proprie (Variations for piano on an own theme) (1976), Op.4

SCHERZO (for piano) (1976), Op.5

TREI PIESE PENTRU PIAN (Three pieces for piano) (1983), Op.18

DIVERTISMENT for solo clarinet (1977), Op.7
Duration: 12′. First performance: 1977, Bucharest, George Enescu Hall of the National University of Music in Bucharest, Gheorghe Pulcă

ACTIO for solo violin (1981), Op.13
Duration: 8′. First performance: 1981, Bucharest, Studio Hall of the George Enescu Philharmonic in Bucharest, Ladislau Horvath – TRAIECT concert

PIANO-CANTO for solo piano (1980), Op.14
Duration: 8′. First performance: 21.06.1981, Bucharest, Dalles Hall, Paul Rogojină

SOLO-MULTIPLI – Music for a clarinet player (1983), Op.19
Duration: 8′. First performance: 1984, Bucharest, Dalles Hall, Leontin Boanţă
Edited: Ottawa Canada: Lucian Badian Editions, 2001

PROPORTIONS pour flute seule (amplifiée) (1984), Op.23
Duration: 8′. First performance: 1984, Bucharest, Studio Hall of the ‘George Enescu’ Philharmonic in Bucharest, Alexandru Naghi – TRAIECT concert

PHONOLOGOS III for organ or solo piano (1984), Op.22
Duration: 10′. First performance: Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum, Nicolae Licareţ (organ) / George Enescu Hall of the National University of Music in Bucharest, Constantin Sandu (piano)

SOLO-MULTIPLI – Music for a double bass player (1986), Op.25
Duration: 8’30”. First performance: 1986, Bucharest, Romanian Atheneum, Ovidiu Bădilă – TRAIECT concert

SOLO-MULTIPLI – Music for a trombone player (1986), Op.27
Duration: 9′. First performance: 1986, Bucharest, Studio Hall of the George Enescu Philharmonic in Bucharest, Nicolae Ioniţă – TRAIECT concert. Edited: Ottawa: Lucian Badian Editions, 2001

SAX-ETUDES pour Daniel Kientzy (1993), Op.36
I. Etude NORMAL pour Sax. Bas
II. Etude RESPIRATION, EXPIRATION pour Sax. T
III. Etude INVERSON pour Sax. A
IV. Etude MARTELÉ BREF pour SAX. A
V. Etude LIBRANCHE’ pour Sax. S
VI. Etude GLISSADE pour Sax. A
VII. Etude TUKUSONIE – OUVERTE pour Sax. T.
Edited: Ottawa, Canada: Lucian Badian Editions, 2001

SOLO-MULTIPLI – Music for a cello player (1996), Op.41
Duration: 10′. First performance: 1996, Bucharest, Alfred Alessandrescu Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, Viorica Nagy

AER MARIN for solo violin (1997), Op.43
Duration: 9′. First performance: 9.03.1998, Giurgiu, Teatrul Valah, Cătălin Tuţuianu – TRAIECT concert. Edited: Ottawa: Lucian Badian Editions, 2001

AUSTRAL for clarinet solo (2001), Op.49
Duration: 9′. First performance: 13.07.2001, Brăila, 5th International Festival MEETINGS OF NEW MUSIC, Maria Filotti Theatre, Peter Handsworth (Australia). Edited: Ottawa, Canada: Lucian Badian Editions, 2001. Recorded: SMEI-UCMR: 2002

ACTIO II for viola (2005), Op.56
Duration: 7’30”. First performance: 18.12.2005, Bucharest, Mihail Jora Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, 1st ISCM-Romanian Section International Festival, Cornelia Petroiu – ‘devotioModerna’ concert

VENICE-RIO for a percussion player and tape (2008), Op.63
Duration: 13’30”. First performance: 4.03.2008, Timisoara, Banatul Phiharmonic, Capitol Hall, Percussion Recital: Doru Roman

VOICI, VENIR… pour saxophone alto (2008), Op.64
Duration: 7’30”. First performance: 18.06.2008, Paris, Festival franco-anglais de poésie, Centrul Cultural Român (Romanian Cultural Centre), Marc Sieffert (France). Lyrics: Gabrielle Althen (Paris, France) – Voici venir…

SIMPLE for solo clarinet (2011), Op.70
Duration: 2’30”

GUARATUBA for solo tuba (2011), Op.69
Duration: 4’30”. First performance: 13.12. 2011, National University of Music, Bucharest, George Enescu Hall, Daniel Mureşan

ELECTRONIC MUSIC
(DIS)CONTINUUM II – Music for MIDI Controller (2006), Op.59
Duration: 9’35”. First performance: 9.12.2006, Bucharest, Cantacuzino Palace Hall, MERIDIAN, 2nd ISCM-Romanian Section International Festival – electronic music concert

DREAM SPACE – Electroacoustic music (2016), Op.78
Duration: 6′

STAGE MUSIC
URMUZICA opera in 2 acts and 4 scenes (after Fuchsiada erotic-heroic and musical poem by Urmuz). Libretto and stage version: Pavel Puşcaş (1998), Op.44
Duration: 55′. First performance: 27.11.1999, Bucharest, Romanian National Opera, conductor: George Balint

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