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Results for Boris Tchaikovsky Tchaikovski:
- Suite for cello solo (1946)
- Symphony No. 1 in four movements for large symphony orchestra (1947)
- Fantasia on Russian themes in three movements for large symphony orchestra (1950)
- Slavic rhapsody for large symphony orchestra (1951)
- Sonata No. 2 in three movements for piano (1952)
- Trio in three movements for piano, violin and cello (1953)
- Symphonietta in four movements for string orchestra (1953)
- Capriccio on the English themes for large symphony orchestra (1954)
- Trio in three movements for violin, viola and cello (1955)
- Sonata in three movements for cello and piano (1957)
- Concerto in three movements for clarinet and chamber orchestra (1957)
- Sonata in two movements for violin and piano (1959)
- Suite in five movements for cello solo (1960)
- String Quartet No. 2 in four movements for two violins, viola and cello (1961)
- Quintet in four movements for piano, two violins, viola and cello (1962)
- Concerto in four movements for cello and symphony orchestra (1964)
- Partita in six movements for cello and chamber ensemble (1966)
- Symphony No. 2 in three movements for large symphony orchestra (1967)
- Chamber symphony in six movements for chamber orchestra (1967)
- String Quartet No. 3 in six movements for two violins, viola and Concerto in one movement in F major for violin and orchestra (1969)
- Concerto in five movements for piano and orchestra (1971)
- String Quartet No. 4 in three movements for two violins, viola and cello (1972)
- "Lyrics of Pushkin", vocal cycle for soprano and piano (1972)
- Theme and eight variations for large symphony orchestra (1973)
- Sonata in three movements for two pianos (1973)
- "Signs of the Zodiac", cantata for soprano, cembalo, and strings on verses of F. Tyutchev, A. Blok, M. Tsvetaeva and N. Zabolotsky (1974)
- String Quartet No. 5 in one movement for two violins, viola and cello (1974)
- Six etudes for strings and organ (1976)
- String Quartet No. 6 in one movement for two violins, viola and cello (1976)
- Symphony No. 3 "Symphony Sebastopol" in one movement for large symphony orchestra (1980)
- "The Last Spring", vocal cycle for mezzo-soprano, flute, clarinet and piano on verses of N. Zabolotsky (1980)
- "The Wind of Siberia", poem for symphony orchestra (1984)
- "Juvenile", poem for symphony orchestra (1984)
- Four preludes for chamber orchestra (1984)
- "Music for Orchestra" in seven movements (1987)
- Sextet in four movements for winds and harp (1990)
- Symphony with harp for large symphony orchestra (1993)
Author of other chamber music, music for cinema and radio statements.
Boris Alexandrovich Tchaikovsky graduated from Moscow Conservatory in 1949.
Studied on a classes of composition with Vissarion Shebalin, Dmitry Shostakovich and Nikolai Miaskovsky, on a class of piano with Lev Oborin.
The Peoples Artist of USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Premium.
Professor of Academy of Music after Gnessins.
His music was performed and recorded by such prominent orchestras as London Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Leningrad Chamber Orchestra of Early and Modern Music, TV and Radio of the USSR Large Symphony Orchestra (P. Tchaikovsky Large Symphony Orchestra), and some others, with conductors A. Gauk, S. Samosud, R. Barshai, K. Kondrashin, G. Rozhdenstvensky, V. Fedoseyev, E. Serov, V. Gergiev and by soloists G. Vishnevskaia, G. Pisarenko, M. Rostropovich, V. Pikaizen, A. Vasilieva, V. Simon, E. Moskvitina.
Many CDs and LPs with his music were issued by "Melodiya", EMI, Boheme and other.